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Scoundrel: How a Convicted Murderer Persuaded the Women Who Loved Him, the Conservative Establishment, and the Courts To Set Him Free

An immediately absorbing story of crime, manipulation, and influence.

The Lady’s Mine

With nods to The Taming of the Shrew and the musical Oklahoma, this novel is more lighthearted than Rivers’s (The Masterpiece) typical epic sagas but still retains hallmarks such as compassion for the downtrodden and redemption for the sinner. Read-alikes include Joanne Bischof’s The Gold in These Hills and Tamera Alexander’s “Fountain Creek Chronicles.”
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The Perfect Sound: A Memoir in Stereo

Hongo’s memoir mixes audiophile obsession and cultural history to provide a warm resonance of human relationships to recorded music and voices; will find an eager audience.

I’m So (Not) Over You

Jackson jumps from an outstanding YA debut with Yesterday Is History to deliver a delightfully outrageous romantic comedy full of pop culture references, strong families, and a ride-or-die BFF.

The Last Slave Ship: The True Story of How Clotilda Was Found, Her Descendants, and an Extraordinary Reckoning

Raines effectively blends historical research and journalism into a gripping transatlantic tale of trauma, hope, and reconciliation. An absolutely essential book.
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Guns in America: Examining the Facts

Critiquing misleading statistics, Campbell presents a clear and extensive (though not exhaustive) assessment of the evidence around many of the complex issues in the United States’ long relationship with firearms.
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Edible Flowers: How, Why, and When We Eat Flowers

A treat for organic farmers and anyone who loves to cook.
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The Untold Story

Irene’s madcap adventures are played for the highest stakes in the epic conclusion to the long-running series plumbing myths, folklore, spies, and skullduggery.
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The Definitive Golden Girls Cultural Reference Guide

A superb resource for popular culture and media studies collections; Golden Girls fans will be delighted.
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