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Pockets: An Intimate History of How We Keep Things Close

This erudite, enjoyable book about pockets delivers.

National Native American Heritage Month | 10 Books To Add to the Collection and Share with Readers

Screen Style

Perceptive observations and a vast fashion vocabulary that may have even die-hard fashionistas scrambling for their dictionaries are perfect accessories. This amazing title will enhance readers’ watching and rewatching experiences.

The Secret Hours

This novel, filled with acid wit, political pokes, and a veritable basketful of “Slough House” Easter eggs, will thrill longtime Herron fans and delight newcomers and aficionados of cracking-good spy fiction.


For Mingus fans especially, and those who know the legend and the stories. People who are less familiar with the complicated jazz master will want to delve into the works mentioned in the discography, bibliography, and videography provided by Massarutto.

The Second Murderer

Fans of the original books (and movies) starring Marlowe will appreciate his return; those who like re-creations of classics, such as the HBO Perry Mason series starring Matthew Rhys and Juliet Rylance, will enjoy this outing and hope for more Marlowe and Riordan adventures from Mina.

Prom Mom

This exquisitely crafted tale of triangulation and treachery builds slowly to a shocking ending. It’s a future COVID classic that pairs well with Lippman’s long-form essay The Summer of Fall and other love and revenge stories such as those in her 2021 collection Seasonal Work.

Don’t Call Me Home: A Memoir

With humor, love, and some giddiness, Auder tells her singular survival story.

Queen in Comics

Queen fans, megafans, and curious newbies will clap and sing along to this colorful, kaleidoscopic graphic novel.

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