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The Striker and the Clock: On Being in the Game

A thoughtful and engaging exploration of life on and off the soccer field. It will resonate with readers interested in the human side of professional sports and fans of When Nobody Was Watching by Carli Lloyd with Wayne Coffey, Abby Wambach’s Forward, and Raised a Warrior by Susie Petruccelli.
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Catherine de’ Medici: The Life and Times of the Serpent Queen

An intriguing, highly recommended look at a powerful queen and her life.
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I Talk About It All the Time

This is an important and exceptional memoir that will give readers greater insight into and understanding of the pervasiveness of racism, bias, and discrimination against a person’s sexual orientation.

That Voice: In Search of Ann Drummond-Grant, the Singer Who Shaped My Life

This witty, resonant, beautifully written book will appeal to many, especially readers with musical or artistic aspirations, grappling with understanding who they are and what they are meant to do professionally.
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Double Click: Twin Photographers in the Golden Age of Magazines

Brentan’s inviting narration enhances this fascinating book, offering a unique glimpse into the rise of fashion magazines. Share with listeners seeking to learn more about the challenges women artists faced as they fought against conventional expectations in pursuit of their dreams.
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The Darkest White: A Mountain Legend and the Avalanche That Took Him

A riveting story, laying bare the brutality of nature and the perseverance and passion of a gifted athlete.

Zora Neale Hurston

An excellent mix of biography and literary criticism, this book is recommended for both academic and public libraries.
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Peerless: Rouben Mamoulian, Hollywood, and Broadway

Fans of well-told film biographies will relish the film synopses, newspaper critics’ contemporary observations, and the striking photographs.

I Can’t Remember If I Cried: Rock Widows on Life, Love and Legacy

A wide range of readers and book clubs will appreciate this moving, healing, and absorbing memoir/music history.
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