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  • Instructions for a Funeral: Stories
    This superb new collection covers similar geographic, characterological, and thematic ground, yet finds Means at his most compassionate and mischievous.
    01/14/2019
  • Adventures in Zambian Politics: A Story in Black and White
    The bulk of the book covers the formation and development of the Patriotic Front, the current Zambian ruling party, which he helped Sata start in 2001.
    01/14/2019
  • Midnight in Chernobyl: The Untold Story of the World's Greatest Nuclear Disaster
    He devotes dense chapters to the West’s reaction, the elaborate cleanup, and the even more complex Soviet cover-up, but fails to provide a deep and clear understanding of the human error and heroism that are at the heart of this story.
    01/07/2019
  • Walk This Way: Run-DMC, Aerosmith, and the Song That Changed American Music Forever
    In this rollicking and occasionally rambling history, music journalist Edgers tells the story of Run-DMC’s 1986 hip-hop remake of Aerosmith’s 1975 hit “Walk This Way.”
    12/24/2018
  • Grateful American: A Journey from Self to Service
    Finding himself newly and widely identified with veterans by the public, he has since devoted himself to a life of service, through USO tours; benefit concerts by his cover band, the Lt.
    12/24/2018
  • Financial Freedom: A Proven Path to All the Money You Will Ever Need
    Despite the ambitious premise, the strategies covered tend to be eminently practical, making this book a worthwhile purchase for anyone, not just aspiring millionaires, who feels overwhelmed by finances.
    12/17/2018
  • Racist Police Torture, Chicago Style
    In this harrowing story of abuse and courage, Taylor, an attorney and advocate for victims of police violence, recounts how Chicago police—led by the late Jon Burge, a commander in the police department who was fired in 1993—tortured roughly 120 black men into confessing (often falsely) to
    12/17/2018
  • B Is for Baby
    Pictures tell the story alongside minimal text that introduces B words (baby, beads, basket).
    12/17/2018
  • El Norte: The Epic and Forgotten Story of Hispanic North America
    Focusing primarily on Mexico, Cuba, and Puerto Rico, the main topics covered are Spanish colonization (often violent) and evangelizing (which was “bound up with the colonization project for Spain and Portugal from the beginning”), the creation of Latin American republics, U.S. territorial e
    12/17/2018
  • Eugene V. Debs: A Graphic Biography
    The choppy story is marked by individuals spitting rhetoric instead of dialogue, and characters that are introduced quickly and then dropped at a maddening pace.
    12/17/2018
  • Brunch at Bittersweet Café
    Melody’s plans are complicated when pilot Justin Keller ends up taking cover in her bakery during a snowstorm.
    12/10/2018
  • The Fool and the Heretic: How Two Scientists Moved Beyond Labels to a Christian Dialogue about Creation and Evolution
    Wood believes strongly in a literal interpretation of the creation story in the Book of Genesis, while Falk takes a broader view, explaining biblical events as metaphorical storytelling subject to scientific examination.
    12/10/2018
  • Bar Chef: Handcrafted Cocktails
    Additionally, there are origin stories and bottle recommendations for many types of liquor, and plenty of excellent photos.
    12/03/2018
  • Scrublands
    Sydney journalist Martin Scarsden, the hero of Australian author Hammer’s stellar first novel, is still recuperating from a traumatic experience while covering a story in the Middle East when he’s sent to Riversend to write an article about how the people of the drought-stricken town are coping
    11/19/2018
  • Hats of Faith
    This inclusive board book familiarizes readers with religious headpieces: “many religious people share the custom of covering their heads to show their love for God.”
    11/19/2018

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