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The Wrong Good Deed

A huge swing and a miss. Libraries and readers should skip this one.

The Long Grief Journey: How Long-Term Unresolved Grief Can Affect Your Mental Health and What To Do About It

This book is inclusive of all types of grief and loss, making it an excellent resource for anyone needing information on this subject.

Windfall: The Prairie Woman Who Lost Her Way and the Great-Granddaughter Who Found Her

This book will appeal to readers who enjoy detailed political history books and those looking to learn a little more about the history of little discussed aspects of the Midwest.

Make Space for Happiness: How To Stop Attracting Clutter and Start Magnetizing the Life You Want

An empowering, accessible guide to decluttering for emotional fulfillment.

The Red Widow: The Scandal That Shook Paris and the Woman Behind It All

Readers will be captivated by Meg’s story and Horowitz’s clever crafting of her tale.

What the Children Told Us: The Untold Story of the Famous “Doll Test” and the Black Psychologists Who Changed the World

The first book to detail the extensive work of two major contributors on the psychological effects of segregation is a worthwhile addition to collections.

You’re a Mean One, Matthew Prince

Fans of Alexandria Bellefleur and Courtney Kae will clamor for this slow-burn, opposites-attract holiday treat.

Helltown: The Untold Story of a Serial Killer on Cape Cod

The book is hard to follow and full of references to drugs and 1960s counterculture that will confuse many readers. Moreover, the lengthy treatment of the Vonnegut-Mailer dispute doesn’t fit with the rest of the book. Not recommended for true crime readers.

Where Should We Camp Next? A 50-State Guide to Amazing Campgrounds and Other Unique Outdoor Accommodations

A well-organized resource that will be of particular interest to RV campers and those with children.

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