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Waco Rising: David Koresh, the FBI, and the Birth of America’s Modern Militias

Thrilling, evenhanded, and liable to resonate with readers drawn to true crime and current events.
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Win Every Argument: The Art of Debating, Persuading, and Public Speaking

This work contains a uniquely presented set of biographical records with quotes from the books cited, which could entice the curious to read those as well. This book is a great addition to public library collections.
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Winterland

Spanning the final decades of the 1900s, Meadows’s latest is a genre-bender that fluently integrates sports with accents from political and psychological thrillers. Most novels about gymnastics are written for YA audiences, but this one is for seasoned readers.
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The Last Karankawas

Populated by indelible characters, this graceful, deeply compassionate work is a moving study of memory, the permeable boundaries it shares with myth, how it roils and folds and persists into the present, and how we are often forced to choose between learning to live inside it and trying to outrun it.
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Wolf Hustle: A Black Woman on Wall Street

An absorbing, instructive look at the victories and pitfalls of a life driven by the hustle. The page space that Fabré devotes to her youth might frustrate those hoping for even more dirt on the Wall Street life, but it’ll strike a chord with readers who recognize her aspirations and yearnings.

Starry Messenger: Cosmic Perspectives on Civilization

An excellent addition to any science collection that will encourage critical thinking by all who read it.

Putin

Short has written a remarkable biography, rich in facts and details, of Putin’s life and career. This book will appeal to readers with an interest in Russia, world history, biographies of world leaders, and current events.
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At Home on an Unruly Planet: Finding Refuge on a Changed Earth

This compassionate reporting brings the reality of climate change to U.S. Americans.

Smells Like Tween Spirit

Gelman’s new “Class Mom” novel doesn’t disappoint: it will leave readers laughing out loud and desperate for the next installation in this hilarious, beloved series.
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