Jennifer Moore

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Alien Earths: The New Science of Planet Hunting in the Cosmos

Science and space enthusiasts will revel in this journey through the cosmos. They will undoubtedly learn novel information along the way.

How To Win Friends and Influence Fungi: Collected Quirks of Science, Tech, Engineering, and Math from Nerd Nite

Delightful and eminently readable. This book about the Nerd Nite empire will be an excellent addition to science collections.

The Waltham Murders: One Woman’s Pursuit To Expose the Truth Behind a Murder and a National Tragedy

Readers will be able to visualize Zalkind’s murder board as they take in her meticulous, intriguing summation of her years of research. This is an eloquent book that is part true-crime deep dive and part memoir. It’s a definitive resource on a crime that, while officially unsolved, appears to be littered with conspiracies, corruption, and poor decisions.
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UFO: The Inside Story of the US Government’s Search for Alien Life Here—and Out There

This is not a dry retelling of the facts that many people think they already know about unidentified flying objects. Instead, it’s a thrilling tale of ongoing discussions in and outside of the halls of government that’s sure to leave readers feeling more curious than ever. The mysteries of the universe may never be known, but Graff’s carefully crafted prose will intrigue readers and leave them asking if Earthlings are alone in the cosmos.
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42 Reasons To Hate the Universe (And One Reason Not To)

This book presents numerous dire details about all the things in the universe that could potentially kill you, but the scientific, and sometimes humorous, points make it one to purchase. Guaranteed to make readers smile and even occasionally laugh out loud.
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Alcatraz Ghost Story: Roy Gardner’s Amazing Train Robberies, Escapes, and Lifelong Love

An excellent and thorough biography of a character whose true story is not widely known, and a wild ride through the Depression and the U.S. prison system; many will enjoy the journey.

Crimes of the Centuries: The Cases That Changed Us

Fans of true crime will enjoy this collection of tales from the annals of American justice; they will surely come away eager to learn more about the crimes that have meaningfully shaped the judicial system.

Owning the Unknown: A Science Fiction Writer Explores Atheism, Agnosticism, and the Idea of God

Skeptics of religious belief and fans of science fiction are likely to love this book. People of faith may be somewhat uncomfortable with the topics discussed, but Wilson handles these subjects in a respectful and considerate manner.
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The Man Who Hacked the World: A Ghostwriter’s Descent into Madness with John McAfee

This book is less of a biography and more of a window with a view of McAfee’s world. Its twists and turns are certain to fascinate readers.
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