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Hitler’s Aristocrats: The Secret Power Players in Britain and America Who Supported the Nazis, 1923–1941

Recommended for informed readers who want to know more about the international clandestine machinations that enabled World War II to occur.

Presence: The Strange Science and True Stories of the Unseen Other

Best suited for readers with an interest in psychology, parapsychology, and related fields.

The Collected Regrets of Clover

Brammer’s first novel is an interesting read, especially for those who are not familiar with the idea of a death doula. The plot seems predictable at first but takes a few unexpected turns that turn it into a satisfying experience.

One Duke Down

Poppy Summers has found some interesting things in her fishing nets, but nothing as exciting as the unconscious man she finds—half-clothed, injured, and still gorgeously handsome...

The Case for Cancel Culture: How This Democratic Tool Works To Liberate Us All

This is a provocative and important book that enables readers to gain a deep appreciation for the nuanced meaning of cancel culture.

Magnificent Rebel: Nancy Cunard in Jazz Age Paris

Readers who are curious about Cunard’s dissipation and decline or the “post-Nancy” lives of her many friends and lovers will appreciate this book’s lengthy bibliography. A good accompaniment to the multitude of other books about the Lost Generation and 1920s Paris.

Follow Me to Hell: McNelly’s Texas Rangers and the Rise of Frontier Justice

Primarily for lovers of Western history.

The 12th Commandment

Two-time National Jewish Book Award winner Torday (The Last Flight of Poxl West) creates a fascinating if sometimes challenging story that highlights the plight of Jewish people in Turkey and the United States, both past and present. It incorporates Hebrew terms and Jewish history and teachings that are not always fully explained for uninitiated audiences, but fiction readers with some background in Jewish history and messianic teachings will enjoy.

Encore in Death

The latest in the Eve Dallas series (after Desperation in Death) includes Roarke and other beloved characters and won’t disappoint its myriad of fans. The celebrity culture of fanaticism and stalkers is handled beautifully in this solid, skillfully written procedural.

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