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  • Simon Says: A True Story of Boys, Guns and Murder
    Eastburn, who covered the case for the Colorado Springs Independent , offers a well-researched, fast-paced account of events.
  • Seven Million Years: The Story of Human Evolution
    Comprehensive, up to date and exceedingly well-written, the newest from science writer Palmer (Neanderthal ) is a fascinating overview of research into human evolution, covering the entire history of the field and including contemporary studies of primatology, paleoecology and human genetics.
  • Converts to Judaism: Stories from Biblical Times to Today
    Epstein organizes material into eight chapters, covering different historical periods, from converts mentioned in the Bible up to modern conversion in the United States and Israel.
  • Star Crossed: The Story of Astronaut Lisa Nowak
    Investigative reporter Moore, who covered the criminal case of Lisa Nowak for Florida Today, explains in her gripping debut how Nowak, a decorated astronaut and mother of three, could risk everything for love.
  • Restless Creatures: The Story of Life in Ten Movements
    He covers a range of creatures, from upright humanoids to Urbi, the common ancestor of all bilaterally symmetrical, repetitively structured creatures such as vertebrates and arthropods.
  • DIAMOND STORIES: Enduring Change on 47th Street
    This modest, accessible if somewhat academic volume, part of Cornell's Anthropology of Contemporary Issues series, covers a lot of ground, including the fundamentals of diamond mining; the origins of Jews' entry into the trade; the minutiae of the business, which still observes verbal contrac
  • John & Yoko: A New York Love Story
    In 1975, photographer Tannenbaum met John Lennon and Yoko Ono while covering the taping of what would be Lennon's final public performance.
  • Tough Love: My Story of the Things Worth Fighting for
    Rice broke with the Clintons in 2007 to back Obama for president and enthrallingly covers her time in Obama’s administration: she recalls her appearance on various news programs during the 2012 Benghazi controversy, after which she was branded a liar by Republicans in “a selective and misleading parsing
  • Love Me Please!: The Story of Janis Joplin
    Finet’s script strains to contain Joplin’s turbulent life into one volume, with abrupt jumps (her entire European tour is covered in a single two-page spread).
  • Blood in the Water: A True Story of Small-Town Revenge
    Besides thoroughly covering the trial, which ended with Landry’s manslaughter conviction, Cameron fleshes out the backstories of everyone involved, endeavors to resolve what actually happened (including who was responsible for Boudreau’s death), and explores the morality of taking the law into one’s own ha
  • Afghan Tales: Stories from Russia's Vietnam
    His English-language debut covers a wide range of emotional terrain: young men tested by battle for the first time; a Soviet soldier tortured and executed by Afghan guerillas; the love-starved wife who waits at home for her husband's return.
  • PADDY WHACKED: The Untold Story of the Irish American Gangster
    English covers the bootlegging escapades of Joseph P.
  • She Heard the Birds: The Story of Florence Merriam Bailey
    When a trip to “the big city” reveals a cruel fashion statement—hats covered with birds and feathers—Bailey determines to make a difference, collecting information and writing books, including an early field guide, and teaching people how to bird-watch (“Shhhhhhh!
  • Youth Activists Share Their Stories in 'I, Witness'
    The cover of her book is revealed here for the first time.
  • Read, Listen, Tell: Indigenous Stories from Turtle Island
    This strong anthology of stories by Indigenous authors covers a broad variety of topics—land and language, story cycles, transformations, and even genre work—and questions why labeling certain works as “genre” can itself be an act of colonialism.

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