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As Figs in Autumn: One Year in a Forever War

A memoir worthy of recommending to fans of personal, coming-of-age stories with universal themes.

Third Girl from the Left

A deeply personal, emotionally wrenching memoir and eyewitness account of the AIDS pandemic.

Little Miseries: This Is Not a Story About My Childhood

A heartbreaking and realistic view of childhood that would be a great addition to any library collection. Not just for fiction readers but also for fans of memoirs like Jeannette Walls’s The Glass Castle and Mary Karr’s The Liar’s Club.

Love, Death & Rare Books

A deep dive into the antiquarian book market, this is best suited for hard-core bibliophiles and literati.

The Body Outside the Kremlin

Solovetsky Island is where many of the techniques used in the Soviet labor camp system were developed to murderous effect. May’s writing seamlessly integrates his detailed research into this experimental prison camp with the intrigues of criminals intent on looting religious treasures. Tolya relates his terrible story years later, during Khruschev’s era of the thaw. May, the author of short fiction and reviews, has made this debut novel a masterful historical detektiv tale.

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