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Too Much of Life: The Complete Crônicas

An excellent collection for readers who enjoy commentaries and observations from a wise, entertaining, realistic writer. Good choice for readers who enjoy essays by Anne Lamott and Ann Patchett.
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A Concise Dictionary of Comics

This reference is useful and recommended for most libraries so that they can support the growing interest in comic books within many user groups.
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Happy-Go-Lucky

Listeners will laugh until their sides ache.

A Woman’s Battles and Transformations

Moving and beautiful. The book falls between genres, so it may be slow to be picked up but is worth highlighting.
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The Literary Mafia: Jews, Publishing, and Postwar American Literature

Essential for readers interested in the history of 20th-century U.S. literature.
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Not All Supermen: Sexism, Toxic Masculinity, and the Complex History of Superheroes

Well-researched and written, this title is a must-have for any library to give some new insights on superheroes as well as their true origin stories.
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Bigger Than Bravery: Black Resilience and Reclamation in a Time of Pandemic

These pages share poems of hope, narratives of loss, anger, fear, loneliness, togetherness, death, and most potently, life, all to paint a portrait of Black resilience and reclamation resonant to all.
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Agatha Christie: An Elusive Woman

Worsley’s thoughtful and generous contribution to the Christie biographical canon will be welcomed and enjoyed by Agatha Christie fans.

The Life of Crime: Detecting the History of Mysteries and Their Creators

A delight to read, including the footnotes. Essential for all serious devotees of crime and detective fiction.
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