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Readers Nook

by
Cherilyn Banson

EBOOKS

FICTION
Sulari Gentill After She Wrote Him
Deb Olin Unferth Barn 8
Charles Finch A Beautiful Blue Death
Lisa Wingate Before we were yours : a novel
Martin Walker The Body in the Castle Well : A Mystery of the French Countryside
Len Deighton Bomber
Harlan Coben The boy from the woods
Stephanie Wrobel Darling rose gold
Clive Cussler Final option
Emily St John Mandel The glass hotel
J D Robb Golden in death
Therese Fowler A good neighborhood
Michael Christie Greenwood : a novel
Margery Allingham Hide My Eyes
Stuart Woods Hit list
Sarah J Maas House of earth and blood
Rebecca Serle In five years : a novel
Amanda Eyre Ward The jetsetters : a novel
James Rollins The last odyssey : a thriller
Lee Durkee The Last Taxi Driver
C J Box Long range
Hilary Mantel The mirror & the light
Nathanael West Miss Lonelyhearts : "Numbers Constitute the Only Universal Language."
Edwin Hill The Missing Ones
Jonathan Kellerman The museum of desire
Danielle Steel The numbers game : a novel
Adam Sisman The Professor and the Parson : A Story of Desire, Deceit, and Defrocking
Susan Minot Rapture
Gish Jen The Resisters
Peter Heller The river : a novel
Alexis Schaitkin Saint X
Laura Zigman Separation anxiety : a novel
Erin Morgenstern The starless sea
James Patterson Texas Outlaw
Donna Leon Unto us a son is given

NONFICTION
Daniel Tudor Ask a North Korean : Defectors Talk About Their Lives Inside the World's Most Secretive Nation
Christoph Wolff Bach's Musical Universe : The Composer and His Work
Courtney Maum Before and After the Book Deal : A Writer"s Guide to Finishing, Publishing, Promoting, and Surviving Your First Book
Sam Wasson The big goodbye : Chinatown and the last years Hollywood
Kim Ghattas Black Wave : Saudi Arabia, Iran, and the Forty-Year Rivalry That Unraveled Culture, Religion, and Collective Memory in the Middle East
Richard White California Exposures : Envisioning Myth and History
Thomas Piketty Capital and ideology
Anne De Courcy Chanel's Riviera : Glamour, Decadence and Survival in Peace and War, 1930-1944
David Carr Final draft : the collected work of David Carr
Sinclair McKay The Fire and the Darkness : The Bombing of Dresden, 1945
Barbara Ehrenreich Had I Known : Collected Essays
Elsa Morante History
Peter Fritzsche Hitler's First Hundred Days : When Germans Embraced the Third Reich
David Reynolds Island Stories : An Unconventional History of Britain
Bjorn Vassness Kingdom of Frost : How the Cryosphere Shapes Life on Earth
Douglas Adams Last Chance to See
Carol Garrard The Life and Fate of Vasily Grossman
Adam Nicolson The Making of Poetry : Coleridge, the Wordsworths, and Their Year of Marvels
Jeffrey Kluger The narcissist next door : understanding the monster in your family, in your office, in your bed-in your world
Mark A Altman Nobody does it better : the complete, uncensored, unauthorized oral history of the James Bond films
John Boessenecker Ride the Devil's Herd : Wyatt Earp's Epic Battle Against the West's Biggest Outlaw Gang
Andrew Whitby The Sum of the People : How the Census Has Shaped Nations, from the Ancient World to the Modern Age
Robert B Reich The system : who rigged it, how we fix it
Lynne Olson Troublesome Young Men : The Rebels Who Brought Churchill to Power and Helped Save England
Deborah Feldman Unorthodox the scandalous rejection of my Hasidic roots

EBOOKS

FICTION
Sulari Gentill After She Wrote Him
Deb Olin Unferth Barn 8
Charles Finch A Beautiful Blue Death
Lisa Wingate Before we were yours : a novel
Martin Walker The Body in the Castle Well : A Mystery of the French Countryside
Len Deighton Bomber
Harlan Coben The boy from the woods
Stephanie Wrobel Darling rose gold
Clive Cussler Final option
Emily St John Mandel The glass hotel
J D Robb Golden in...

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by
Celeste Steward

As book lovers, we all appreciate libraries. In these unprecedented times, it has never been more true that libraries continue to play a vital role in communities. While Mechanics’ Institute members shelter in place, librarians  have been working diligently to bring you more digital resources and recommended readings. This is the first of several posts as all of our staff members are avid readers!

 

Since nearly all libraries are closed temporarily, naturally my thoughts turned to books about libraries. To celebrate reading and information delivery--whether it is a satchel on horseback, a cozy hometown branch library, or a beautiful historic building--I hope you enjoy these titles hand-picked by Celeste, Mechanics’ Library Supervisor. All are available digitally through the library’s website.


The Giver of Stars by Jojo Moyes - Set in Depression-era Kentucky, this gracefully told story about Eleanor Roosevelt’s new traveling library takes readers deep into the Appalachian mountains to deliver books to families that have never had any. Despite serious hardships, the “Horseback Librarians” as they came to be known formed lifelong friendships and lasting relationships with the Kentucky hill families. A richly rewarding tale, readers will admire the dedication and life-changing abilities of five daring women--a title not easily forgotten.


The Library Book by Susan Orlean -  Prepare to be dazzled by this fascinating story of the Los Angeles Public Library’s 1986 fire that consumed 400,000 books and damaged 700,000 more. While the mystery remains unsolved to this day, the Orchid Thief author will delight library fans with her own love of books, a unique cast of characters, and an examination of the library’s crucial role in our lives.. There’s still plenty of time to read Orlean’s bestselling title as it’s being adapted for television. 


84, Charing Cross Road by Helene Hanff - While not technically about libraries, this title may send you looking for further library reading. Part memoir and part classic love story, Hanff, a freelance writer in New York City begins a 20-year correspondence with a used book dealer in London. Rich with literary references, this touching story takes armchair travelers between picturesque London and bustling New York City. As a final treat, readers may want to watch the equally superb film with the same title starring Ann Bancroft and Anthony Hopkins. 

As book lovers, we all appreciate libraries. In these unprecedented times, it has never been more true that libraries continue to play a vital role in communities. While Mechanics’ Institute members shelter in place, librarians  have been working diligently to bring you more digital resources and recommended readings. This is the first of several posts as all of our staff members are avid readers!

 

Since nearly all libraries are closed temporarily, naturally my thoughts turned to books about libraries....

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by
Cherilyn Banson

EBOOKS

FICTION
Clare Beams The Illness Lesson
Tom Bouman The Bramble and the Rose
Lynn Brittney A Death in Chelsea
Tim Garvin A Dredging in Swann
Joe Ide Hi Five
Christian Kiefer Phantoms
Larry Kramer The American People : The Brutality of Fact
John Lanchester The Wall
SL McInnis Framed
Stewart O'Nan Henry, Himself
Douglas Preston Crooked River
Short Stories Nebula Awards Showcase 2018
Peter Swanson Eight Perfect Murders
Anne Enright Actress
Vanessa Hua Deceit and Other Possibilities : Stories
Marcial Gala The Black Cathedral
Laura Childs Lavender blue murder
Jeff Abbott The three Beths
Ian Rankin In a house of lies
Jeanine Cummins American dirt

NONFICTION
Erik Larson The splendid and the vile
Martha Ackmann These Fevered Days : Ten Pivotal Moments in the Making of Emily Dickinson
Anita Diamant Choosing a Jewish Life : A Handbook for People Converting to Judaism and for Their Family and Friends
David Grann The White Darkness
Carolyn Burke Foursome : Alfred Stieglitz, Georgia O'Keeffe, Paul Strand, Rebecca Salsbury
Jennifer Ashton The Self-Care Solution
Jan Timman The Longest Game : The Five Kasparov - Karpov Matches for the World Chess Championship
Vivian Gornick Unfinished Business
John Loughery Dorothy Day : Dissenting Voice of the American Century
Robert Harms Land of Tears : The Exploration and Exploitation of Equatorial Africa
David G Marwell Mengele : Unmasking the Angel of Death
John Connelly From Peoples into Nations : A History of Eastern Europe
Rebecca Solnit Recollections of My Nonexistence : A Memoir
Florian Huber Promise Me You'll Shoot Yourself : The Mass Suicide of Ordinary Germans in 1945
Kathryn Harkup Death by Shakespeare : Snakebites, Stabbings and Broken Hearts
Alexander Norman The Dalai Lama : an extraordinary life
Iain MacGregor Checkpoint Charlie : the Cold War, the Berlin Wall, and the most dangerous place on earth
Nicole Marie Aschoff The smartphone society : technology, power, and resistance in the new gilded age
Diane Rehm When my time comes : talks with twenty-three men and women about whether those who are dying should have the right to determine when life should end
Martha Stewart Martha Stewart's organizing : the manual for bringing order to your life, home & routines
Jim Mann The great rift : Dick Cheney, Colin Powell, and the broken friendship that defined an era
Christiana Figueres The future we choose : surviving the climate crisis
Dan Bongino Exonerated : the failed takedown of President Donald Trump by the Swamp
Daniel Mallory Ortberg Something That May Shock and Discredit You

EBOOKS

FICTION
Clare Beams The Illness Lesson
Tom Bouman The Bramble and the Rose
Lynn Brittney A Death in Chelsea
Tim Garvin A Dredging in Swann
Joe Ide Hi Five
Christian Kiefer Phantoms
Larry Kramer The American People : The Brutality of Fact
John Lanchester The Wall
SL McInnis Framed
Stewart O'Nan Henry, Himself
Douglas Preston Crooked River
Short Stories Nebula Awards Showcase 2018...

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by
Steven Dunlap

In the first "True Crime Roundup" for 2020, we have a book by Joshua Hammer: The falcon thief : a true tale of adventure, treachery, and the hunt for the perfect bird. "A true-crime adventure about a rogue who trades in rare birds and their eggs-and the wildlife detective determined to stop him." (Hammer also wrote The bad-ass librarians of Timbuktu, which proved very popular with MI members.) 

The story of an unrepentant birds’-egg thief who found a lucrative market for rare wild falcons on the Arabian Peninsula... (Continue reading the Kirkus Review) .


 

You may know Jerry Lee Lewis married his thirteen-year-old cousin, but did you know he shot his bass player in the chest with a shotgun or that a couple of his wives died under extremely mysterious circumstances? Or that Sam Cooke was shot dead in a seedy motel after barging into the manager's office naked to attack her? Maybe not. So begins the description of Disgraceland : musicians getting away with murder and behaving very badly, by Jake Brennan, a book that tells true crime stories of how rock stars do truly insane things and invite truly insane things to happen to them; murder, drug trafficking, rape, cannibalism and the occult.

 


 

In the book, 18 tiny deaths : the untold story of Frances Glessner Lee and the invention of modern forensics Bruce Goldfarb examines the work of a woman

 

"... born a socialite to a wealthy and influential Chicago family in the 1870s, was never meant to have a career, let alone one steeped in death and depravity. Yet she developed a fascination with the investigation of violent crimes and made it her life's work. Best known for creating the Nutshell Studies of Unexplained Death, a series of dioramas that appear charming-until you notice the macabre little details: an overturned chair, a blood-spattered comforter. And then, of course, there are the bodies-splayed out on the floor, draped over chairs-clothed in garments that Lee lovingly knit with sewing pins. Lee developed a system that used the Nutshells dioramas to train law enforcement officers to investigate violent crimes, and her methods are still used today. 18 Tiny Deaths is the story of a woman who overcame the limitations and expectations imposed by her social status and pushed forward an entirely new branch of science that we still use today." 

With an introduction by Judy Melinek, the author of Working stiff, another book popular with MI members. 

 


 

For a book more in the style of a police procedural, try The third rainbow girl : the long life of a double murder in Appalachia, by Emma Copley Eisenberg. 

In the early evening of June 25, 1980 in Pocahontas County, West Virginia, two middle-class outsiders named Vicki Durian, 26, and Nancy Santomero, 19, were murdered in an isolated clearing. They were hitchhiking to a festival known as the Rainbow Gathering but never arrived; they traveled with a third woman however, who lived. For thirteen years, no one was prosecuted for the "Rainbow Murders," though deep suspicion was cast on a succession of local residents in the community, depicted as poor, dangerous, and backward. In 1993, a local farmer was convicted, only to be released when a known serial killer and diagnosed schizophrenic named Joseph Paul Franklin claimed responsibility. With the passage of time, as the truth seemed to slip away, the investigation itself caused its own traumas--turning neighbor against neighbor and confirming a fear of the violence outsiders have done to this region for centuries. Emma Copley Eisenberg spent years living in Pocahontas and re-investigating these brutal acts. Using the past and the present, she shows how this mysterious act of violence has loomed over all those affected for generations, shaping their fears, fates, and the stories they tell about themselves. In The Third Rainbow Girl, Eisenberg follows the threads of this crime through the complex history of Appalachia, forming a searing and wide-ranging portrait of America--its divisions of gender and class, and of its violence.

 


 

For readers who like to read true tales of espionage and books about World War II, we have recently acquired An impeccable spy : Richard Sorge, Stalin's master agent by Owen Matthews. 

The thrilling true story of Richard Sorge - the man John le Carré called 'the spy to end spies', and whose actions turned the tide of the Second World War. Richard Sorge was a man with two homelands. Born of a German father and a Russian mother in Baku in 1895, he moved in a world of shifting alliances and infinite possibility. A member of the angry and deluded generation who found new, radical faiths after their experiences on the battlefields of the First World War, Sorge became a fanatical communist - and the Soviet Union's most formidable spy. Like many great spies, Sorge was an effortless seducer, combining charm with ruthless manipulation. He did not have to go undercover to find out closely guarded state secrets - his victims willingly shared them. As a foreign correspondent, he infiltrated and influenced the highest echelons of German, Chinese and Japanese society in the years leading up to and including the Second World War. His intelligence regarding Operation Barbarossa and Japanese intentions not to invade Siberia in 1941 proved pivotal to the Soviet counteroffensive in the Battle of Moscow, which in turn determined the outcome of the war. Never before has Sorge's story been told from the Russian side as well as the German and Japanese. Owen Matthews takes a sweeping historical perspective and draws on a wealth of declassified Soviet archives - along with testimonies from those who knew and worked with Sorge - to rescue the riveting story of the man described by Ian Fleming as 'the most formidable spy in history'.

 

(Note: all summaries in this post adapted from publisher descriptions and/or dust jackets).

In the first "True Crime Roundup" for 2020, we have a book by Joshua Hammer: The falcon thief : a true tale of adventure, treachery, and the hunt for the perfect bird. "A true-crime adventure about a rogue who trades in rare birds and their eggs-and the wildlife detective determined to stop him." (Hammer also wrote The bad-ass librarians of Timbuktu, which proved very popular with MI members.) 

The story of an unrepentant birds’-egg thief who found a lucrative market for rare wild falcons on the Arabian Peninsula... (Continue reading the Kirkus Review) .


 

You may know Jerry Lee Lewis married his thirteen-year-old cousin, but did you know he shot his bass player in the chest with a shotgun or that a couple of his wives died under extremely mysterious circumstances? Or that Sam Cooke was shot dead in a seedy motel after barging into the manager's office naked to attack her? Maybe not....

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by
Cherilyn Banson

BOOKS

FICTION
Gish Jen The resisters
Ben Okri The Freedom artist
Amy Bonnaffons The regrets

Mystery, Suspense, Espionage & Intrigue
Deepa Anappara Djinn patrol on the purple line
Robert Dugoni A cold trail
Sophie Hannah Perfect little children
Grant Matthew Jenkins Ivory tower
S.L. McInnis Framed
Luanne Rice Last day
Jean-Luc Bannalec The killing tide
Jess Kidd Things in jars
Charles Todd A divided loyalty
Paul Vidich The coldest warrior

Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror
William Gibson Agency

Short Stories
Martin Edwards (editor) The measure of malice: scientific detection stories SS M463
Peter Orner Maggie Brown & others Fic Orner

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NONFICTION

Arts, Architecture & Crafts
Sophie Cras The artist as economist: art & capitalism in the 1960s 706.8 C853
Carolyn Burke Foursome: Alfred Stieglitz, Georgia O'Keeffe, Paul Strand, Rebecca Salsbury 770.92 B917

Books, Reading, Publishing, Journalism, Library & Information Science
Vivian Gornick Unfinished business: notes of a chronic re-reader 070.92 G671

Business & Economics
Kimberly Davis Brave leadership: unleash your most confident, powerful & authentic self to get the results you need 658.4 D290
Andrew McAfee More from less: the surprising story of how we learned to prosper using fewer resources--and what happens next 339.47 M113
Joseph E. Stiglitz Rewriting the rules of the European economy: an agenda for growth & shared prosperity 330.94 S85r

Food & Drink
Iliana Regan Burn the place 641.5092 R261
Bricia Lopez Oaxaca: home cooking from the heart of Mexico 641.5972 L881

Health & Medicine
Donna Jackson Nakazawa The angel & the assassin: the tiny brain cell that changed the course of medicine 612.8 N163

History
David Grann The white darkness 919.89 W898g
Steven Keslowitz From Poland to Brooklyn: the lives of my grandparents, two Holocaust survivors 940.5318 K422
Laurel Leff Well worth saving: American universities' life-and-death decisions on refugees from Nazi Europe 973.0492 L521
Sinclair McKay The fire & the darkness: the bombing of Dresden, 1945 940.542 M153f
Diana Preston Eight days at Yalta: how Churchill, Roosevelt & Stalin shaped the post-war world 940.53 P937
Astrid Karlesn Scott The 12th man 940.53 S832

Law
Stephen Fishman Every Airbnb host's tax guide 343.7306 F537e

Literature & Writing
Heather Christle The crying book 811.6 C463

Natural Sciences & Mathematics
Geoffrey Hammerson The Pacific flyway: waterbird migration from the Arctic to Tierra del Fuego 598.4115 H183

Performing Arts & Music
Christina Lane Phantom lady: Hollywood producer Joan Harrison, the forgotten woman behind Hitchcock 791.4 H245L
Paula Mejia Psychocandy 780.2 J499m
Prince The beautiful ones 780.92 P954b
David Dann Guitar king: Michael Bloomfield's life in the blues 780.92 B623

Philosophy, Psychology & Religion
Anita Diamant Choosing a Jewish life: a handbook for people converting to Judaism & for their family & friends 296.7 D537c
Wayne Dosick Living Judaism: the complete guide to Jewish belief, tradition & practice 296 D72
Abraham Joshua Heschel The sabbath: its meaning for modern man 296.41 H58
George Robinson Essential Judaism: a complete guide to beliefs, customs & rituals 296 R658
Danya Ruttenberg Nurture the wow: finding spirituality in the frustration, boredom, tears, poop, desperation, wonder & radical amazement of parenting 296.7 R938
Danya Ruttenberg Surprised by God: how I learned to stop worrying & love religion 296.7 R938s

Reference
J.K. Lasser's your income tax 2020 Ref 336.24 J11
J.K. Lasser's small business taxes 2020: your complete guide to a better bottom line Ref 343.7306 J11

Social Sciences & Current Events
Bruce Goldfarb 18 tiny deaths: the untold story of Frances Glessner Lee & the invention of modern forensics 363.25 G566
Naomi McDougall Jones The wrong kind of woman: dismantling the Gods of Hollywood 384.8 J710
Steve Suitts Overturning Brown: the segregationist legacy of the modern school choice movement 379.26 S39
Daina Ramey Berry A black women's history of the United States 305.48 B534

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AUDIOBOOKS
Fiction
Delia Owens Where the crawdads sing CD Fic Owens
Ann Patchett The Dutch house CD Fic Patchett
Colson Whitehead The Nickel boys CD Fic Whitehead

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EAUDIOBOOKS
Kate London Gallowstree lane

BOOKS

FICTION
Gish Jen The resisters
Ben Okri The Freedom artist
Amy Bonnaffons The regrets

Mystery, Suspense, Espionage & Intrigue
Deepa Anappara Djinn patrol on the purple line
Robert Dugoni A cold trail
Sophie Hannah Perfect little children
Grant Matthew Jenkins Ivory tower
S.L. McInnis Framed
Luanne Rice Last day
Jean-Luc Bannalec The killing tide
Jess Kidd Things in jars
Charles Todd...

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by
Cherilyn Banson

BOOKS

FICTION
Meng Jin Little gods

Historical Fiction
Verne R. Albright Playing chess with God

Mystery, Suspense, Espionage & Intrigue
Jeff Abbott The three Beths
Tim Garvin A dredging in Swann
Caro Ramsay Mosaic
Joe Ide Hi five
Liam McIlvanney The Quaker
Ian Rankin In a house of lies

Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror
Jane Rawson From the wreck

Short Stories
Silvia Moreno-Garcia (editor) Nebula Awards showcase 2019: the very best of science fiction & fantasy SS N36

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NONFICTION

Biography & Genealogy
David G. Marwell Mengele: unmasking the "Angel of Death" 940.5318 M544ma
Diana Elder Research like a pro: a genealogist's guide 929.1 E221

Business & Economics
Sylvia Ann Hewlett #METOO in the corporate world: power, privilege & the path forward 658.3 H498
Paul Krugman Arguing with zombies: economics, politics & the fight for a better future 330.973 K94a
Rosabeth Moss Kanter Think outside the building: how advanced leaders can change the world one smart innovation at a time 658.4 K168t
Melvin I. Urofsky The affirmative action puzzle: a living history from reconstruction to today 331.133 U781
Philip Mirowski Science-mart: privatizing American science 338.973 M679

Chess
Jan Timman The longest game: the five Kasparov--Karpov matches for the world chess championship 794.15 T58L

Computer Science
Peter Schryvers Bad data: why we measure the wrong things & often miss the metrics that matter 001.42 S769

Health & Medicine
Pietro Bartolo Tears of salt: a doctor's story of the refugee crisis 610.92 B285
Christy Harrison Anti-diet: reclaim your time, money, well-being & happiness through intuitive eating 613.2 H245
David Talbot Between heaven & hell: the story of my stroke 616.8 T138

History
Alison Carlson The man within: Winston Churchill, an intimate portrait 941.084 C5632ca
John Connelly From peoples into nations: a history of Eastern Europe 947 C762
Brian McGinty Archy Lee's struggle for freedom: the true story of California gold, the nation's tragic march toward Civil War & a young black man's fight for liberty 973.711 M175
William M. Becker Vatican flags: keys & crowns since 1800: the flags of the Papal States & today's Vatican 929.9 B388v
Cristiano Bianchi Model city Pyongyang 951.93 B470
Kim Ghattas Black wave: Saudi Arabia, Iran & the forty-year rivalry that unraveled culture, religion & collective memory in the Middle East 956.05 G341
Fred Kaplan The bomb: presidents, generals & the secret history of nuclear war 355.8 K17b
Iain MacGregor Checkpoint Charlie: the Cold War, the Berlin Wall & the most dangerous place on earth 943.155 M178
Philip Wilkinson Irreplaceable: a history of England in 100 places 942 W687

Law
Jessica Stern My war criminal: personal encounters with an architect of genocide 341.69 S839m

Literature & Writing
Sid Holt (editor) The best American magazine writing 2019 814 B561
Luis Rodriguez From our land to our land: essays, journeys & imaginings from a native Xicanx writer 814 R696f
Rebecca Solnit (editor) The best American essays 2019 814.8 B56
W.S. Di Piero The complaints 811 D589co
Mo Moulton The Mutual Admiration Society: how Dorothy L. Sayers & her Oxford circle remade the world for women 823 S27m

Natural Sciences & Mathematics
J.W. Mohnhaupt The zookeepers' war: an incredible true story from the Cold War 590.73 M725

Performing Arts & Music
David W. Bernstein (editor) The San Francisco Tape Music Center: 1960s counterculture & the avant-garde 786.7 S579

Philosophy, Psychology & Religion
Robin R. Meyers Saving God from religion: a minister's search for faith in a skeptical age 248.4 M576
Diane Rehm When my time comes: talks with twenty-three men & women about whether those who are dying should have the right to determine when life should end 179.7 R269

Politics & Government
Richard L. Hasen Election meltdown: dirty tricks, distrust & the threat to American democracy 324.973 H272
Michael Lewis The fifth risk 320.973 L675fx

Social Sciences & Current Events
Kate Winkler Dawson American Sherlock: murder, forensics & the birth of American CSI 363.25 D272a
Rose Ellen Dix Overshare: love, laughs, sexuality & secrets 306.76 D642
Angelique V. Nixon Resisting paradise: tourism, diaspora & sexuality in Caribbean culture 306.4819 N654
Steven Levingston Little demon in the city of light: a true story of murder & mesmerism in Belle Époque Paris 364.152 L578
Megan Rohrer (editor) Vanguard revisited: the queer faith, sex & politics of the youth of San Francisco's tenderloin 305.906 V299

Travel & Geography
Moon Costa Rica 917.286 M818
Lonely Planet Chicago 917.731 L847
Moon Anchorage, Denali & the Kenai Peninsula 917.983 M818
Moon Coastal Maine 917.41 M818
Moon Croatia & Slovenia 914.97 M818
Moon Denver, Boulder & Colorado Springs 917.888 M818
Moon Seattle 917.977 M818

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EAUDIOBOOKS
A'zayler In love with my enemy
J.D. Barker The sixth wicked child
Elizabeth Bear The red-stained wings
John Birmingham The cruel stars
Caleb Breakey The string
Jamel Brinkley A lucky man stories
Catherine Bruns Penne dreadful
Kalisha Buckhanon Speaking of summer
Ray Celestin The mobster's lament
Connilyn Cossette Until the mountains fall
Colin Cotterill The second biggest nothing
Edwidge Danticat Everything inside stories
Angie Dicken The yellow lantern true colors
Nadine Dorries Ruby Flynn
Tom Falkenstein The highly sensitive man finding strength in sensitivity
Christopher Fowler The lonely hour
Alexandra Fuller Travel light, move fast
Terry Goodkind The sky people
Terry Goodkind Trouble's child
Brooke Harris When you're gone
Lisa Harris Deadly intentions
Kristan Higgins Life & other inconveniences
Erica James Swallowtail summer
William W. Johnstone Where there's fire, there's smoke
Elmer Kelton Cloudy in the west
K'wan Wrath
Pat Longo The gifts beneath your anxiety simple spiritual tools to find peace, awaken the power within & heal your life
Alexander McCall Smith At the reunion buffet
T.C. McCarthy Tyger burning
Lucinda Riley The butterfly room
David Robson The intelligence trap why smart people make dumb mistakes
Shantae Back to life again love after heartbreak
S.M. Stirling The forge
Marion Turner Chaucer a European life
Ryan Wieser Dawn of the hunters

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Blu-Rays

Action & Adventure
Watchmen

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CDs

Popular
The world of Harry Partch CD Pop Partch

BOOKS

FICTION
Meng Jin Little gods

Historical Fiction
Verne R. Albright Playing chess with God

Mystery, Suspense, Espionage & Intrigue
Jeff Abbott The three Beths
Tim Garvin A dredging in Swann
Caro Ramsay Mosaic
Joe Ide Hi five
Liam McIlvanney The Quaker
Ian Rankin In a house of lies

Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror
Jane Rawson From the wreck

Short Stories
Silvia Moreno-Garcia (editor) Nebula Awards...

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by
Cherilyn Banson

BOOKS
FICTION
Mary Fleming The art of regret
Andrew MacDonald When we were Vikings
Charles Yu Interior Chinatown

Historical Fiction
Eric D. Martin Saving the Republic: a novel based on the life of Marcus Cicero

Mystery, Suspense, Espionage & Intrigue
Robin Cook Pandemic
Sara Gran The Infinite blacktop
Christopher Bollen A beautiful crime
Gregg Hurwitz Into the fire
Pol Koutsakis Baby blue
Ben Pastor Tin Sky
Riley Sager The last time I lied
Kate Weinberg The truants
Christian White The wife & the widow

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NONFICTION
Arts, Architecture & Crafts
Courtney Spainhower Elemental knits: a perennial knitwear collection 746.43 S159
Leo Steinberg Michelangelo's painting 759.5 B943

Books, Reading, Publishing, Journalism, Library & Information Science
Julie Des Jardins American queenmaker: how Missy Meloney brought women into politics 070.92 M492d

Business & Economics
Randy Charles Epping The new world economy: a beginner's guide: demystifying everything from ai & bitcoins to unicorns & Generation Z 330.9 E64n
Naveen Jain Moonshots: creating a world of abundance: how entrepreneurs are enabling life without limits 658.4 J199
Mikaela Kiner Female firebrands: stories & techniques to ignite change, take control & succeed in the workplace 650.1 K579
Anastasia Nesvetailova Sabotage: the hidden nature of finance 332.0973 N379
Ramit Sethi I will teach you to be rich: No guilt. No excuses. No BS. Just a 6-week program that works 332.024 S75
Anna Wiener Uncanny valley 338.47 W636

Computer Science
Stephen Few Now you see it: simple visualization techniques for quantitative analysis 001.4226 F436n

Food & Drink
Dan Buettner The Blue Zones kitchen: 100 recipes to live to 100 641.563 B928
Tony Tan Hong Kong food city 641.5951 T153

History
Rashid Khalidi The hundred years' war on Palestine: a history of settler colonialism & resistance, 1917-2017 956.94 K45
Michael R. Marrus Vichy France & the Jews 940.5318 M349
Philip Rucker A very stable genius: Donald J. Trump's testing of America 973.933 R828
Eddy de Wind Last stop Auschwitz: my story of survival from within the camp 940.5318 W722
Tom Shachtman The founding fortunes: how the wealthy paid for & profited from America's revolution 973.31 S524

Home & Family Management
Dominique Loreau L'art de la liste: simplify, organise, enrich your life 640.43 L885
Martha Stewart's organizing: the manual for bringing order to your life, home & routines 648.8 S851

Literature & Writing
Lawrence Block Lawrence Block's writing the novel from plot to print to pixel 808.3 B65
Adam Nicolson The making of poetry: Coleridge, the Wordsworths & their year of marvels 821.7 N653

Natural Sciences & Mathematics
Craig Pittman Cat tale: the wild, weird battle to save the Florida panther 599.752 P689

Performing Arts & Music
Demi Moore Inside out 792.092 M781
Bill Niven Hitler & film: the Führer's hidden passion 791.436 N644

Philosophy, Psychology & Religion
Megan Phelps-Roper Unfollow: a memoir of loving & leaving the Westboro Baptist Church 286.5 P516
Nan Wise Why good sex matters: understanding the neuroscience of pleasure for a smarter, happier & more purpose-filled life 155.3 W754
Jamil Zaki The war for kindness: building empathy in a fractured world 152.41 Z138
Neil MacGregor Living with the gods: on beliefs & peoples 200.9 M147
Michel Pastoureau Yellow: the history of a color 155.91 P293y
David Robert Grimes The irrational ape: why flawed logic puts us all at risk & how critical thinking can save the world 160 G882

Politics & Government
Michael Chabon (editor) Fight of the century: writers reflect on 100 years of landmark ACLU cases 323 F468

Social Sciences & Current Events
Howard Bryant Full dissidence: notes from an uneven playing field 306.2 B915f
Christopher Caldwell The age of entitlement: America since the sixties 305.24 C127
Jerry Mitchell Race against time: a reporter reopens the unsolved murder cases of the civil rights era 364.152 M692
Thomas Chatterton Williams Self-portrait in black & white: unlearning race 305.8 W727s
Tatyana Fazlalizadeh Stop telling women to smile: stories of street harassment & how we're taking back our power 305.42 F298
Ilan Stavans (editor) How Yiddish changed America & how America changed Yiddish 306.44 S79

Travel & Geography
Lonely Planet Venice & the Veneto 914.53 L847
Moon Atlantic Canada 917.15 M818
Moon Cancún & Cozumel 917.26 M818
Moon Cuba 917.291 M818
Moon Hudson Valley & the Catskills 917.473 M818
Moon Pacific Northwest road trip: Seattle, Vancouver, Victoria, the Olympic Peninsula, Portland, the Oregon coast & Mount Rainier 917.95 M818r
Moon Portland 917.9549 M818
Moon Puerto Vallarta 917.23 M818
Moon Santa Fe, Taos & Albuquerque 917.895 M818
Moon Zion & Bryce 917.92 M818z

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CHILDREN'S COLLECTION

BOOKS
Nonfiction
Adrienne B. Tacke Coding for kids Python: learn to code with 50 awesome games & activities Child 005.1 P99t

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EBOOKS
Maya Angelou The heart of a woman
Joshua Becker The minimalist home: a room-by-room guide to a decluttered, refocused life
Kyle Chayka The Longing for Less Living with Minimalism
Thierry Cruvellier The master of confessions: the making of a Khmer Rouge torturer
Nicola Gardini Long Live Latin: The Pleasures of a Useless Language
Kristin Hannah The great alone
Kelly McGonigal The Joy of Movement: How Exercise Helps Us Find Happiness, Hope, Connection & Courage
Ann Napolitano Dear Edward
Peggy Orenstein Boys & sex: young men on hookups, love, porn, consent & navigating the new masculinity
James Patterson Lost
Richard Powers The overstory
Kiley Reid Such a fun age
Nora Roberts The rise of magicks
Nicholas Sparks Every Breath
Danielle Steel Moral compass
John Steinbeck The short novels of John Steinbeck
Greta Thunberg No one is too small to make a difference
Matthew Walker Why we sleep: unlocking the power of sleep & dreams
Stuart Woods Treason
David B. Yoffie Strategy rules: five timeless lessons from Bill Gates, Andy Grove & Steve jobs

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DVDs
Action & Adventure
Ant-Man & the Wasp

Drama
Downton Abbey
Joker
Judy

Foreign Language
Le amiche = The girlfriends DVD Italian
The invisibles DVD German
War & peace DVD Russian

Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror
Scary stories to tell in the dark

BOOKS
FICTION
Mary Fleming The art of regret
Andrew MacDonald When we were Vikings
Charles Yu Interior Chinatown

Historical Fiction
Eric D. Martin Saving the Republic: a novel based on the life of Marcus Cicero

Mystery, Suspense, Espionage & Intrigue
Robin Cook Pandemic
Sara Gran The Infinite blacktop
Christopher Bollen A beautiful crime
Gregg Hurwitz Into the fire
Pol Koutsakis Baby blue
Ben Pastor Tin Sky
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BOOKS

FICTION
Sandrine Collette Just after the wave
Jeanine Cummins American dirt
Robert Musil Agathe, or the forgotten sister
Vikram Paralkar Night theater
Samuel Shem The house of God
Jorge Comensal The mutations
Virginie Despentes Vernon Subutex 1
Luke Geddes Heart of junk
Michael Imperioli The perfume burned his eyes
Liska Jacobs The worst kind of want
Larry Kramer The American people. Volume 2, The brutality of fact
Stephen Wright Processed cheese

Historical Fiction
Isabel Allende A long petal of the sea
Rosa Liksom The colonel's wife

Mystery, Suspense, Espionage & Intrigue
Nancy Bilyeau Dreamland
Chad Dundas The blaze
Joseph Finder House on fire

Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror
Daniel H. Wilson The Andromeda evolution

Short Stories
Nina MacLaughlin Wake, siren: Ovid resung

Comic Books, Graphic Novels & Comic Strips
Brian Augustyn Crimson: a tale of heaven & earth 741.5 A46t comics
Brian Augustyn Crimson: a tale of loyalty & loss 741.5 A46 comics
Brian Augustyn Crimson: earth angel 741.5 A46e comics
Brian Augustyn Crimson: redemption 741.5 A46r comics
Joe Madureira Battle chasers: a gathering of heroes 741.5 M267 comics
Strip AIDS USA: a collection of cartoon art to benefit people with AIDS 616.979 S867 comics
The art of Walter Simonson 741.5 S574 comics

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NONFICTION
Arts, Architecture & Crafts
Donald M. Rattner My creative space: how to design your home to stimulate ideas & spark innovation 747 R189

Business & Economics
Marcia Chatelain Franchise: the golden arches in black America 338.7 C391
Brian M. Sagrestano The philanthropic planning companion: the fundraisers' & professional advisors' guide to charitable gift planning 658.152 S189
Christopher Knowlton Bubble in the sun: the Florida boom of the 1920s & how it brought on the Great Depression 333.33 K738

Chess
Alexey Dreev Dreev vs. the Benoni 794.1225 A56 D77
Gennadi Timoshcenko Sicilian defense: the Chelyabinsk variation: it's past, present & future 794.1225 B20 T585

Health & Medicine
Marsha M. Linehan Building a life worth living 616.891 L645

History
Andrea Bernstein American oligarchs: the Kushners, the Trumps & the marriage of money & power 973.933 B458
Steve Inskeep Imperfect union: how Jessie & John Frémont mapped the West, invented celebrity & helped cause the Civil War 910.92 I592

Literature & Writing
Donald Hall Essays After Eighty 814.54 H168
Major Jackson (editor) The best American poetry, 2019 811.08 B56
Patricia Marx You can only yell at me for one thing at a time: rules for couples
Will Self Will 823 S465

Natural Sciences & Mathematics
Louise Callaghan Father of lions: one man's remarkable quest to save the Mosul Zoo 590.73 C130
Sy Montgomey (editor) The best American science & nature writing 2019 500 B56n
Kit Yates The math of life & death: 7 mathematical principles that shape our lives
Naomi Oreskes Why trust science? 501 O669

Philosophy, Psychology & Religion
Patricia S. Churchland Conscience: the origins of moral intuition 171 C475
BJ Fogg Tiny habits: the small changes that change everything 158 F688
Lynn S. Neal Religion in vogue: Christianity & fashion in America 261.57 N25
The Upanishads 294.59 U14

Social Sciences & Current Events
Richard Davies Extreme economies: what life at the world's margins can teach us about our own future 306.3 D286
Fred P. Hochenberg Trade is not a four letter word: how six everyday products make the case for trade
Daniel Susskind A world without work: technology, automation & how we should respond 303.483 S823
David Zucchino Wilmington's lie: the murderous coup of 1898 & the rise of white supremacy 305.8 Z82
Benjamin Breen The age of intoxication: origins of the global drug trade 382.4 B745

Travel & Geography
Moon Quebéc City 917.1404 M818
Moon 101 great hikes San Francisco Bay Area 917.946 M818o
Moon British Columbia 917.11 M818
Moon Maui 919.692 M818
Moon Mexico City 917.25 M818
Moon Montana: with Yellowstone National Park 917.866 M818
Moon Montréal 917.14 M818
Moon Northern California camping: the complete guide to tent & RV camping 917.94 M818n
Moon Prague, Vienna & Budapest 914.37 M818

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CHILDREN'S COLLECTION
DVDs
Toy story 4 DVD Children's

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AUDIOBOOKS
Nonfiction
Jacob M. Appel Who says you're dead?: medical & ethical dilemmas for the curious & concerned CD 174.2 A485

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DVDs
Drama
Angel heart
Blindspotting
The bookshop
The last black man in San Francisco
Tolkien
Wit

Foreign Language
Tel Aviv on fire DVD Middle East
Unga Astrid = Becoming Astrid DVD Swedish
Zama DVD Spanish
Mother DVD Asian

Musicals
Help!: the Beatles
Rocketman

Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror
It. Chapter two

Nonfiction
Toni Morrison: the pieces I am DVD 813.54 M878p

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CDs
Jazz & Blues
Chez Toots CD Jazz Chez
Bill Evans The complete Village Vanguard recordings, 1961 CD Jazz Evans
Billie Holiday First issue: the great American songbook CD Jazz Holiday
Oscar Peterson Eight classic albums CD Jazz Peterson
Ike Quebec Blue & sentimental CD Jazz Quebec
Jimmy Scott The source CD Jazz Scott
Cecil Taylor The complete collection 1956-1962: nine original albums CD Jazz Taylor

BOOKS

FICTION
Sandrine Collette Just after the wave
Jeanine Cummins American dirt
Robert Musil Agathe, or the forgotten sister
Vikram Paralkar Night theater
Samuel Shem The house of God
Jorge Comensal The mutations
Virginie Despentes Vernon Subutex 1
Luke Geddes Heart of junk
Michael Imperioli The perfume burned his eyes
Liska Jacobs The worst kind of want
Larry Kramer The American people. Volume 2, The brutality of fact
Stephen Wright...

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BOOKS
FICTION
Donna Everhart The moonshiner's daughter
Garth Greenwell Cleanness

Historical Fiction
Aharon Appelfeld To the edge of sorrow

Mystery, Suspense, Espionage & Intrigue
Rennie Airth The decent inn of death
J.T. Ellison Good girls lie
Alex Marwood The poison garden
Tim Dorsey Naked came the Florida man
Cora Harrison Winter of despair
Lars Kepler The rabbit hunter
Nick Petrie The wild one
Paige Shelton Thin ice
Stuart Woods. Treason

Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror
Joanna Kavenna Zed

Short Stories
Joyce Carol Oates (editor) Cutting edge: new stories of mystery & crime by women writers SS C982

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NONFICTION
Applied Sciences
Jonathan Waldman SAM: one robot, a dozen engineers & the race to revolutionize the way we build 629.89 W146

Arts, Architecture & Crafts
Walter Bernard Mag men: fifty years of making magazines 741.652 B456
Darby English Among others: Blackness at MoMA 704.0396 E361

Business & Economics
Adam Davidson The passion economy: the new rules for thriving in the twenty-first century 330.9 D281
Chris Hogan Everyday millionaires: how ordinary people built extraordinary wealth--and how you can too 332.024 H678
Marilyn Waring Counting for nothing: what men value & what women are worth 339.3 W233

Food & Drink
Lagusta Yearwood Sweet + salty: the art of vegan chocolates, truffles, caramels & more from Lagusta's Luscious 641.5636 Y33

Health & Medicine
Chip Walter Immortality, Inc.: renegade science, Silicon Valley billions & the quest to live forever 612.68 W231

History
Peter Jan Honigsberg A place outside the law: forgotten voices from Guantanamo 355.1296 H757
Joshua Yaffa Between two fires: truth, ambition & compromise in Putin's Russia 947.086 Y106
Luca Fezzi Crossing the Rubicon: Caesar's decision & the fate of Rome 937 F439
Stephen P. Kershaw The enemies of Rome: the barbarian rebellion against the Roman empire 937.06 K474
Paul Kitagaki Behind barbed wire: searching for Japanese Americans incarcerated during World War II 940.5317 K646
Heather Dune Macadam 999: the extraordinary young women of the first official transport to Auschwitz 940.5318 M115

Languages & Linguistics
David Shariatmadari Don't believe a word: the surprising truth about language 401 S232

Literature & Writing
Javier Cercas Lord of all the dead: a nonfiction novel 863 C412
Sharin N. Elkholy (editor) The philosophy of the beats 810.9 P549
Chuck Palahniuk Consider this: moments in my writing life after which everything was different 818.54 P15

Performing Arts & Music
Mark Bego Rocket man: the life of Elton John 780.92 J653b
Bill Brewster Last night a DJ saved my life: the history of the disc jockey 791.44 B758
Oliver Wang Legions of boom: Filipino American mobile DJ crews in the San Francisco Bay Area 781.64 W184
Elton John Me 780.92 J653m

Philosophy, Psychology & Religion
Donna Van Natten The body language of politics: decide who is lying, who is sincere & how you'll vote 153.69 V335

Social Sciences & Current Events
John Barr Start by believing: Larry Nassar's crimes, the institutions that enabled him & the brave women who stopped a monster 364.153 B270
Jack Goldsmith In Hoffa's shadow: a stepfather, a disappearance in Detroit & my search for the truth 364.106 G62
Nicholas D. Kristof Tightrope: Americans reaching for hope 305.562 K92
Jane McAlevey A collective bargain: unions, organizing & the fight for democracy 331.89 M114c
Peggy Orenstein Boys & sex: young men on hookups, love, porn, consent & navigating the new masculinity 306.7 O669b
Henry Reichman The future of academic freedom 378.12 R272
Leonard Rogoff Gertrude Weil: Jewish progressive in the New South 303.484 W429
William Rosenau Tonight we bombed the U.S. Capitol: the explosive story of M19, America's first female terrorist group 363.325 R723
Adam Sisman The professor & the parson: a story of desire, deceit & defrocking 364.163 S83

Travel & Geography
Erika Fatland Sovietistan: travels in Turkmenistan, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan & Uzbekistan 915.8 F269
Carlo Stanga I am New York 917.471 S248
Rory MacLean Pravda ha ha: true travels to the end of Europe 914.04 M163

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CHILDREN'S COLLECTION

BOOKS
Nonfiction
Laura Renauld Fred's big feelings: the life & legacy of Mister Rogers Child 792.092 R291

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AUDIOBOOKS
Fiction
Blake Crouch Recursion CD Fic Crouch

BOOKS
FICTION
Donna Everhart The moonshiner's daughter
Garth Greenwell Cleanness

Historical Fiction
Aharon Appelfeld To the edge of sorrow

Mystery, Suspense, Espionage & Intrigue
Rennie Airth The decent inn of death
J.T. Ellison Good girls lie
Alex Marwood The poison garden
Tim Dorsey Naked came the Florida man
Cora Harrison Winter of despair
Lars Kepler The rabbit hunter
Nick Petrie The wild one
Paige Shelton...

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BOOKS

FICTION
Kiley Reid Such a fun age
Taylor Jenkins Reid The seven husbands of Evelyn Hugo

Historical Fiction
Marie Benedict Lady Clementine
Jerome Charyn Cesare
A J Pearce Dear Mrs. Bird

Mystery, Suspense, Espionage & Intrigue
Michelle Cox A girl like you
Michelle Cox A promise given
Michelle Cox A ring of truth
Alexander McCall Smith The quiet side of passion
Alexander McCall Smith To the land of long lost friends
Chris Nickson The hocus girl
Ambrose Parry The art of dying

Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror
Seanan McGuire Come tumbling down

Comic Books, Graphic Novels & Comic Strips
Warren Ellis Planetary. Book 1, All over the world & other stories 741.5 E591p comics
Warren Ellis Planetary. Book 2, The fourth man 741.5 E591p comics
Warren Ellis Planetary. Book 3, Leaving the 20th century 741.5 E591p comics
Warren Ellis Planetary. Book 4, Spacetime archaeology 741.5 E591p comics

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NONFICTION

Arts, Architecture & Crafts
James Meyer The art of return: the sixties & contemporary culture 709.73 M612

Business & Economics
Deidre Nansen McCloskey Why liberalism works: how true liberal values produce a freer, more equal, prosperous world for all 330.122 M127

Chess
Alexander Cherniaev The new Old Indian: a repertoire for Black against 1 d4 794.1225 A53 C5216
Matthieu Cornette The complete Ragozin 794.1225 D38 C816
Andrew Greet Beating unusual chess defences: 1 e4: dealing with the Scandinavian, Pirc, Modern, Alekhine & other tricky lines 794.1225 B00 G816
Cyrus Lakdawala 1 ... b6, move by move 794.1225 B00 L192
Cyrus Lakdawala Alekhine defence: move by move 794.1225 B02 L192
Bryan Paulsen Semi-Slav 5 Bg5 794.1225 D44 P332
Christoph Scheerer The Blackmar-Diemer gambit 794.1225 D00 S315
David Vigorito The Grünfeld 794.1225 D80 V691

Food & Drink
Paola Gavin Hazana: Jewish vegetarian cooking 641.5636 G245
Alison Roman Nothing fancy: unfussy food for having people over 642.4 R758

Literature & Writing
Maria Sachiko Cecire Re-enchanted: the rise of children's fantasy literature in the twentieth century 809.38 C324
Courtney Maum Before & after the book deal: a writer's guide to finishing, publishing, promoting & surviving your first book 808.02 M444
Arthur Sze Sight lines 811 S997s

Philosophy, Psychology & Religion
Lynne Kelly Memory craft: improve your memory with the most powerful methods in history 153.14 K295
Bill Eddy 5 types of people who can ruin your life: identifying & dealing with narcissists, sociopaths & other high-conflict personalities 158.2 E24

Politics & Government
Graham Greene (editor) The spy's bedside book 327.12 S99

Travel & Geography
Eyewitness Top 10 Iceland 914.91 E97t
Fodor's Southern California 917.949 F65
Frommer's EasyGuide to Paris 2020 914.436 F93e
Lonely Planet Croatia 914.972 L847
Lonely Planet England 914.2 L847
Lonely Planet Japan 915.2 L847
Lonely Planet New England 917.4 L847
Lonely Planet Portugal 914.69 L847
Lonely Planet Tokyo 915.213 L847
Stuart Thornton Monterey & Carmel: with Santa Cruz & Big Sur 917.9476 M818

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CHILDREN'S COLLECTION

BOOKS
Fiction
Leslie Jonath Go to sleep, baby boy Child Jonath

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CDs
Classical
J.S. Bach Trio sonatas, BWV 525-530 CD Classical Bach

Jazz & Blues
Ella Fitzgerald Lullabies of birdland CD Jazz Fitzgerald
Mel Tormé Lulu's back in town CD Jazz Tormé

BOOKS

FICTION
Kiley Reid Such a fun age
Taylor Jenkins Reid The seven husbands of Evelyn Hugo

Historical Fiction
Marie Benedict Lady Clementine
Jerome Charyn Cesare
A J Pearce Dear Mrs. Bird

Mystery, Suspense, Espionage & Intrigue
Michelle Cox A girl like you
Michelle Cox A promise given
Michelle Cox A ring of truth
Alexander McCall Smith The quiet side of passion
Alexander McCall Smith To the land of long lost friends
Chris Nickson...

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