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Camera Man: Buster Keaton, the Dawn of Cinema, and the Invention of the Twentieth Century

More than a biography of Buster Keaton, this is a stunning, extensively researched, and eminently readable cultural history.

The Selfless Act of Breathing

The question of whether Michael will give in to his despair propels this moody novel from Bola (No Place To Call Home). Despite its melancholy tone, small and large surprises along the way provide insight, comfort, and reading pleasure.

One Italian Summer

Going down as easy as a limoncello on a hot summer’s day, this daydream of a story affirms what it means to love and be loved. An enchanting book for the last cold days of winter, but also suggest it to readers come summer.

You Made a Fool of Death with Your Beauty

Emezi’s (The Death of Vivek Oji) latest work is sexy, complex, and moving. The author illustrates the complexities of grief, new love, and a young woman discovering who she is and who she wants to be, and readers will enjoy a new take on a love triangle romance.

Chef’s Kiss

Readers who enjoyed the adventures in romances like Alexis Hall’s Rosaline Palmer Takes the Cake and Adriana Herrera’s Mangoes and Mistletoe will likely eat this one up too.

The Nazis Knew My Name: A Remarkable Story of Survival and Courage in Auschwitz

Hellinger has written an important perspective of the Holocaust, of a kind that we rarely see. A standout memoir that will draw the interest of readers of World War II history and women’s memoirs or biographies.

Everything We Didn’t Say

A definite purchase for suspense and mystery collections.

Sentient: How Animals Illuminate the Wonder of Our Human Senses

An engaging, thoroughly researched work for thoughtful readers that will appeal to those who wish to explore the senses, neuroscience, and the extraordinary abilities of animals. Higgins is a patient guide, and her writing is accessible throughout.


Basketball fans might disagree with Pippen’s aggrieved tone but will want to give reading time to this story of a small-town hero and a big-time team.


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