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The Fortune Seller

Sophisticated with just the right dose of sinister, this coming-of-age story doesn’t shy from the grisly power dynamics of privilege.

Robots and the People Who Love Them: Holding on to Our Humanity in an Age of Social Robots

A good, thought-provoking acquisition about the deep changes that robots could bring to society. For technologically aware patrons.

Relinquished: The Politics of Adoption and the Privilege of American Motherhood

Provocative, in-depth, and scholarly. For readers interested in the history of adoption.


Brava! Historical-fiction enthusiasts, fans of La Callas, and others will relish this view into the tumultuous love affair of a power couple; they’ll offer a standing ovation when, in the novel’s “Final Curtain,” the opera singer discovers her true voice.

Punished for Dreaming: How School Reform Harms Black Children and How We Heal

For general readers who want to learn about and possibly improve racial problems within the education system.

The House of Last Resort

Golden is already a library favorite, and his latest will be eagerly devoured. This title would make a great suggestion for fans of The Ancestor by Danielle Trussoni or Mexican Gothic by Silvia Moreno-Garcia.

The Intern

This page-turner from the author of It’s Always the Husband delivers a suspenseful narrative with empathetic characters, while also raising timely, provocative questions about corruption within the justice system. Perfect for fans of legal thrillers.

Payback in Death: An Eve Dallas Novel

Anyone who enjoys a solid police procedural will appreciate the 57th “In Death” title (after Encore in Death), but Robb’s fans will especially relish the return of Dallas’s found family of cops, her team, and of course, her husband Roarke.

The Hank Show: How a House-Painting, Drug-Running DEA Informant Built the Machine That Rules Our Lives

A timely book that reads like a Hunter S. Thompson adventure. A recommended purchase for libraries with computer science, public policy, or current events collections.

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