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The Atlas of Car Design: The World’s Most Iconic Cars (Onyx Edition)

This may be the only automotive book to combine worldwide scope with historical perspective. It’s a veritable showcase of vehicles.

The Singers Talk: The Greatest Singers of Our Time Discuss the One Thing They’re Never Asked About—Their Voices

Readers will come away with an insider’s view of what it means to be a singer with regard to technique and inspiration. The book will be of interest to fans of popular music of all genres.

Famous for a Time: Forgotten Giants of Canadian Sport

An engaging book that looks at the link between sports, race, class, and nation building.

An Honest Man

Fans of Lee and Lincoln Child and of Koryta’s previous works will enjoy his new offering.


Contemporary Kogin-zashi: Modern Sashiko Beyond Filling in the Gaps

This time-honored method to artistically enhance clothing presents a new opportunity for intermediate or even new sewers. The book is a useful addition for all library collections, especially when paired with library programming.

Nothing To Fear: Alfred Hitchcock and the Wrong Men

Come for the Hitchcock, stay for the history. Fascinating.

Simple Fancy: A Chef’s Big-Flavor Recipes for Easy Weeknight Cooking

Sure to please readers who know their way around the kitchen but feel their dishes are a bit mundane. Santos provides the inspiration to create simple yet high-end eats.

The Commanders: The Leadership Journeys of George Patton, Bernard Montgomery, and Erwin Rommel

Military history buffs and those wanting to learn about leadership and management styles from three important men of the 20th century will likely eagerly consume this tremendous work.

Rise of the Black Quarterback: What It Means for America

A highly recommended and important study, ideal for sports fans and those wanting another view of Black history in the United States.

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