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Sorry, Sorry, Sorry: The Case for Good Apologies

Useful, helpful, and full of relevant examples to illustrate how to improve one’s apology skills.

The Pasta Queen: A Just Gorgeous Cookbook

This “just gorgeous” cookbook is truly that, and its assortment of recipes will please a variety of readers looking for bona fide Italian food for all occasions.

The World Deserves My Children

Leggero fans will enjoy the book, and new parents will likely find her candor humorous.

Happier Hour: How To Beat Distraction, Expand Your Time, and Focus on What Matters Most

Readers looking for a research-based approach to making their days happier will want to take a look.

Silver Under Nightfall

Readers who love sinking their teeth into an absorbing story of vampire politics along with the perils of romancing the undead will find much to savor in this adult debut from YA novelist Chupeco (An Unreliable Magic). The epic saga will hold appeal for both horror and fantasy readers.

Choices: To the Hills and Back Again

Strictly for Patridge’s fans (she does have 1.7 million Instagram followers).

Growing Up Getty: The Story of America’s Most Unconventional Dynasty

A rapturous biography for casual readers. This in-depth analysis of one of the United States’ richest families reveals a behind-the-scenes legacy of love and generosity.

The Islander: My Life in Music and Beyond

An obligatory purchase for all self-respecting rock and pop culture collections.

Reluctant Immortals

Kiste’s (Boneset & Feathers) first book from a major publishing house brings her award-winning, feminism-fueled horror to more readers. Those eager for new Dracula- or Jane Eyre–framed stories will eagerly request, but do not pigeon-hole the appeal, as fans of titles such as Tananarive Due’s “Immortals” series or Kristi DeMeester’s Such a Pretty Smile will also be pleased.


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