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Prairie Man: My Little House Life & Beyond

Butler adeptly chronicles his trajectory into television, film, and Broadway and as a producer, and he’s candid about his personal and career achievements and missteps. He is as charming a writer as an actor. Fans will enjoy this behind-the-scenes look at his life and career.

Blood: The Science, Medicine, and Mythology of Menstruation

Requisite reading. A no-nonsense, educational, science-backed, in-depth title about menstruation and the impact it can have on one’s body. This title will empower readers to better understand their bodies and to advocate for themselves in medical situations.

Star Crossed: A True Romeo and Juliet Story in Hitler’s Paris

Readers interested in World War II, French history, the arts, and stories of true love will enjoy this title.

The Exorcist Legacy: 50 Years of Fear

Segaloff’s incisive writing untangles Hollywood myths about the horror classic without damaging its mystique. His access to those at the heart of The Exorcist’s production offers new revelations, even for longtime fans.
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Little, Crazy Children: A True Crime Tragedy

This book about an unsolved murder that continues to haunt an affluent suburb of Cleveland is an optional purchase for libraries in the region.

Killin’ Generals: The Making of The Dirty Dozen, the Most Iconic WW II Movie of All Time

For all cinematic history collections. War-movie buffs are going to love this.
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The Way They Were: How Epic Battles and Bruised Egos Brought a Classic Hollywood Love Story to the Screen

With 26 pages of notes, this is a detailed and well-researched biography of a popular film that avid fans and film students will likely find fascinating.
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Don Rickles: Merchant of Venom

A fun biography that should appeal to Don Rickles fans and those interested in the history of stand-up comedy.
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Bone Deep: Untangling the Betsy Faria Murder Case

Fans of Dateline will be interested in this work, which will likely only grow in popularity when the miniseries The Thing About Pam, starring Renée Zellweger, premieres in March 2022.
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