Leah Fitzgerald

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The Berman Murders: Unraveling the Mojave Desert’s Most Mysterious Unsolved Crime

For true-crime fans who want to be taken through the details, the theories, and every piece of evidence of the Berman murders case.
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My Side of the River: A Memoir

Perfect for readers who want to learn more about how the U.S immigration system affects the families its laws separate. Also a great pick for fans of memoirs about people who overcome the odds against them.
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Hearts of Darkness: Serial Killers, the Behavioral Science Unit, and My Life as a Woman in the FBI

A gripping and readable memoir that’s an essential read for audiences who want to understand the history of the FBI and the BSU. True-crime fans will enjoy Monroe’s tales about some of the most memorable cases she worked.

We’re Here To Help: When Guardianship Goes Wrong

This book provides clear evidence of the problems within the U.S. guardianship and conservatorship system and how easily it can affect anyone at any time. Readers interested in law, civil rights, and stories about everyday people will be drawn in quickly, but it’s a book for everyone.
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Birdie & Harlow: Life, Loss, and Loving My Dog So Much I Didn’t Want Kids (…Until I Did)

This book is a crucial read for those who have ever loved a pet deeply and for those looking for a narrative about the importance of connections and relationships, especially the unexpected ones.

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Anansi’s Gold: The Man Who Swindled the World

This book, well-researched and engaging, draws readers into the intricate web of lies about a trust-fund tall tale that spanned throughout the 1970s and ’80s and across the globe. Readers who enjoy true crime and stories about cons will quickly be absorbed into Yeebo’s first book.
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Glimmer: A Story of Survival, Hope, and Healing

Recommended for memoir lovers and for those who are searching for the path to healing after a traumatic experience.
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We Are Too Many: A Memoir [Kind of]

Recommended for readers who enjoy memoirs that deal with personal relationships and the journey of discovering oneself.
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Mott Street: A Chinese American Family’s Story of Exclusion and Homecoming

Chin’s family stories are important and relevant, and her memoir gives readers a better understanding of immigrants’ pasts and presents in the U.S. and an idea of how to move forward.
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