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Need To Know: World War II and the Rise of American Intelligence

Based on extensive primary research, this striking and compelling account should be read by anybody interested in the development of U.S. intelligence agencies and special operations during World War II.

American Midnight: The Great War, a Violent Peace, and Democracy’s Forgotten Crisis

During the United States’ current tumultuous times, it is important to remember and revisit the forgotten injustices of the previous century. Hochschild succinctly does so here.

The Means

With Shelly, Fusselman creates a character determined to see her vision to completion without regard for impediments of any kind, and the supporting roles (like a therapist who’s also a real estate broker and party planner) will leave readers laughing. Recommended to anyone who enjoys humorous fiction.

Jacqueline in Paris

Readers, especially those fascinated by all things Kennedy, will enjoy.

Good Grief: On Loving Pets, Here and Hereafter

This book validates any pet owner’s grief and provides an insightful look into many cultures and grief practices pertaining to humans and their furry (or scaly) friends from around the world.

Rickey: The Life and Legend of an American Original

Bryant brings a historian’s perspective to the life of Rickey Henderson, with great success.

The Locked Room

Readers new to this series and longtime fans will not be able to put this down, as long as they aren’t put off by the pandemic story line.

Riding the Lightning: A Year in the Life of a New York City Paramedic

Fans of TV shows about emergency medicine will appreciate the fast, episodic pace and life lessons of Almojera’s memoir.

This Is Not a Pity Memoir

A powerful, fragmented journey through brain injury. This book will especially appeal to Morgan’s fans, and to those who have experienced similar journeys.

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