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Defectors: How the Illicit Flight of Soviet Citizens Built the Borders of the Cold War World

This diplomatic history is dense and detailed. Best suited for academic libraries with collections in modern European history.

Freedom To Win: A Cold War Story of the Courageous Hockey Team That Fought the Soviets for the Soul of Its People—and Olympic Gold

Much more than a book about hockey. Will appeal to hockey fans and readers interested in the relationship between sports and patriotism.

Revolutionary Feminists: The Women’s Liberation Movement in Seattle

Recommended for readers with an interest in political science, U.S. history, and feminist or diversity studies.

The Uranium Club: Unearthing the Lost Relics of the Nazi Nuclear Program

This original and engaging take on military history will fascinate readers of popular science.

To Her Credit: Historic Achievements—and the Women Who Actually Made Them Happen

With references, notes and an index, plus beautiful illustrations, this book would be perfect for high school or first- or second-year college students seeking a well-rounded view of history. An inspiring read.

Crooked: The Roaring ’20s Tale of a Corrupt Attorney General, a Crusading Senator, and the Birth of the American Political Scandal

For fans of G-Man: J. Edgar Hoover and the Making of the American Century by Beverly Gage. Recommended for general purchase.

Saying It Loud: 1966—The Year Black Power Challenged the Civil Rights Movement

Listeners interested in social justice and the history of the 1960s will likely enjoy this well-narrated deep dive into the early days of the Black Power movement.

Fragile Cargo: The World War II Race To Save the Treasures of China’s Forbidden City

Listeners will be on the edge of their seats as they learn about the heroic efforts of Chinese scholars and curators throughout this 16-year mission.

The Wager: A Tale of Shipwreck, Mutiny and Murder

All the trimmings of an admirable shipwreck story are present, including scurvy, mutiny, controversy, and foul weather. Combined with Graham’s hardy narration, Grann’s latest is a riveting must-listen. Expect broad listener appeal and high demand for this enthralling seafaring tale.
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