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The Last Hill: The Epic Story of a Ranger Battalion and the Battle That Defined WWII

Most libraries with World War II collections will want recent works, like Drury and Clavin’s, on the accomplishments of these famous Army Rangers.

The Ingenue

Kapelke-Dale (The Ballerinas) crafts a twisted suspenseful tale of expectations and identity, of love and vengeance, that will leave readers breathless.

All Hallows

The setting and scope are reminiscent of Stranger Things, nearing the point of homage, so a library audience eagerly awaiting the next season will love it.

Burning Down the House: How Libertarian Philosophy Was Corrupted by Delusion and Greed

An interesting critical exploration of libertarian thought.

Nothing but the Night: Leopold & Loeb and the Truth Behind the Murder That Rocked 1920s America

While the full truth of what happened may never be known, the authors make a compelling case for who the instigator was and will have readers debating the root cause.

The Wilderwomen

Reminiscent of Catherine Ryan Hyde, Lang focuses the main characters’ journey toward finding and cherishing family and friendship under challenging circumstances.

The Women of Rothschild: The Untold Story of the World’s Most Famous Dynasty

Livingstone’s vital and compelling book fills a gap in Jewish and women’s history and will appeal to readers of both. The book includes extensive notes, an index, and a very helpful family tree.

It All Comes Down to This

All you could want in a beach read: three sisters with secrets; a summer house in Maine to be sold off (or not); a sexy stranger from out of town who’s looking to buy; and no problem that can’t be satisfyingly resolved before the story ends.

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