Rebecca Mugridge

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Seen Yet Unseen: A Black Woman Crashes the Tech Fraternity

A revealing and intimate look at a Black woman’s experiences in the technology industry.

Water on Fire: A Memoir of War

An important, stirring memoir that effectively documents how the Lebanese Civil War impacted a child who grew up there during that time.

Slow Burn: The Hidden Costs of a Warming World

With gripping prose, this book encourages policymakers to consider the many hazards associated with the unavoidable increases in global temperature that the world faces. This is a call to arms addressing one of the most critical issues of contemporary times.

Young Rupert: The Making of the Murdoch Empire

An authoritative yet scattered history of the early Murdoch media empire. Readers will learn about his business decisions but not much about who Rupert Murdoch, 92, is as a human being.

Rental Person Who Does Nothing: A Memoir

A fascinating and oddly endearing memoir.

Some People Need Killing: A Memoir of Murder in My Country

This is an important, credible record of the war on drugs in the Philippines.

The Night Parade: A Speculative Memoir

An engrossing memoir by an extraordinary debut author.

Rotten Evidence: Reading and Writing in an Egyptian Prison

A well-written and thoroughly absorbing memoir. Naji gives readers an understanding of the Egyptian justice system and the risks taken by anyone who might challenge it, even inadvertently.

A Day in the Life of Abed Salama: Anatomy of a Jerusalem Tragedy

An eye-opening and empathetic analysis of a profoundly personal tragedy. This deeply researched book is insightful as the author reveals the complex issues faced by Palestinians.

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