- Only the Rich Can Play: How a Billionaire Sold Washington a Bonanza for the Wealthy as a Way to Help the Poor
But Wessel does find some zones doing it right: SoLa Impact provides affordable housing to residents of South Los Angeles, for example.
- Say Their Names: How Black Lives Came to Matter in America
The result is an accessible introduction to the latest chapter in the ongoing struggle for civil rights in America.
- Breathing Lessons: A Doctor's Guide to Lung Health
Comprehensive and accessible, this arrives right on time.
- All These Ashes
Queally gets all the details right while populating the plot with believable characters.
- The Matter of Black Lives: Writing from the New Yorker
Other highlights include Hilton Als’s “Homecoming,” which interweaves reflections on the 1967 Brownsville uprising and the protests that followed the murder of George Floyd by police in 2020 with insights into the cultural burdens placed on Black artists; Renata Adler’s report on the 1964 Selma to Montgomery
- Trashlands (Original)
Stine draws on her personal experience of today’s Appalachia to craft a harrowing vision of the future, and at its center is the tug-of-war between what is right and what is necessary to survive.
- The Light of Luna Park
Martin Couney is reported to have saved thousands of infants through the use of incubators.
- Presumed Guilty: How the Supreme Court Empowered the Police and Subverted Civil Rights
His suggestions for reform include bans on “no-knock” warrants and other dangerous police practices, and a federal law mandating that police departments “record and report all uses of force.”
- The Further Adventures of Sherlock Holmes - Sherlock Holmes and the Crusader's Curse
Since then, the lord’s ghost is reported to haunt Thorpe Manor to preserve the gemstone’s secret location.
- This Country: My Life in Politics and History
After leaving public service, he reported for the San Francisco Examiner before landing his first TV show in 1993.
- Chaos Under Heaven: America, China, and the Battle for the Twenty-First Century
Washington Post columnist Rogin debuts with a deeply reported look at U.S.
- Miranda and the D-Day Caper
While making fun of right-wing pundit Russ Matthews, he jokingly suggested he knew about a plot based in Hoboken, N.J., a lie modeled on Matthews’s fearmongering.
- When Evil Lived in Laurel: The "white Knights" and the Murder of Vernon Dahmer
This real-life thriller is a worthy tribute to the courage of those who put everything on the line for civil rights.
In 1913 Baltimore, headstrong Sorrow Hamilton idolizes reporter Nellie Bly and feels stifled by her overprotective yet distant father.
- The Day the World Stops Shopping
Journalist MacKinnon (The Once and Future World) delivers an intriguing report on the “consumer dilemma”: in order to prevent ecological disaster, humans must significantly reduce their consumption of the planet’s natural resources, yet doing so would be disastrous for the world economy as it’s currently