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Godless Citizens in a Godly Republic: Atheists in American Public Life by R. Laurence Moore & Isaac Kramnick
Two Cornell University professors examine the stigma that has caused atheists to be marginalized by First Amendment protections, the dramatic rise of atheism in America and the inherent prejudices of a non-secular Constitution that accepts religion as proof of integrity.
Outside the Wire: Ten Lessons I've Learned in Everyday Courage by Jason Kander
A veteran of the war in Afghanistan, the first millennial elected to statewide office and the founder of Let America Vote discusses his life—from joining the military following 9/11, to launching his first political campaign, to becoming the next step in the evolution of the Democratic Party. Tour.
Resistance Is Futile: How the Trump-Hating Left Lost Its Collective Mind by Ann H. Coulter
A TV pundit defends Trump’s policies in the face of what she sees as liberal hypocrisy and exaggeration.
The Russia Hoax: The Illicit Scheme to Clear Hillary Clinton and Frame Donald Trump by Gregg Jarrett
A Fox News legal analyst asserts that Hillary Clinton had deep-state collaborators in government, who committed nefarious actions during and after the 2016 election.
Trump Must Go: The Top 100 Reasons to Dump Trump (and One to Keep Him) by Bill Press
The host of The Bill Press Show presents a scathing critique of the current administration, asserting that it is diminishing the United States and its people and offering 100 specific reasons why Donald Trump should be removed from office.
The Disordered Mind: What Unusual Brains Tell Us About Ourselves by Eric R. Kandel
A Nobel Prize-winning neuroscientist draws on his extensive research to explore how the mind and one's individual sense of self arise from the physical matter of the brain, explaining what brain disorders can teach us about human nature.
Reader, Come Home: The Reading Brain in a Digital World by Maryanne Wolf
Draws on the author's extensive research from Proust and the Squid to consider the future of the reading brain and its capacity for critical thinking, empathy and reflection in today's highly digitized world.
Through Two Doors at Once: The Elegant Experiment That Captures the Enigma of Our Quantum Reality by Anil Ananthaswamy
The award-winning author of The Man Who Wasn't There traces the story of the "double-slit" experiment that demonstrated how a sunbeam split into two paths, which challenged 19th-century understandings about light and the nature of reality, triggering debates that continue today.
Underbug: An Obsessive Tale of Termites and Technology by Lisa Margonelli
A kaleidoscopic report on the mysteries and scientific understandings about termites describes how they consume $40 billion in valuables every year and how the effort to control them has been shaped by history, technology and human limitations.
American Fix: Inside the Opioid Addiction Crisis—and How to End It by Ryan Hampton
A recovery advocate for the Facing Addiction not-for-profit and former White House staffer traces his own recovery journey while comprehensively explaining the national opioid crisis and his recommendations for addressing it.
Boom Town: The Fantastical Saga of Oklahoma City, Its Chaotic Founding, Its Purloined Basketball Team, and the Dream of Becoming a World-Class Metropolis by Sam Anderson
An award-winning journalist documents the idiosyncratic mix of history, sports, urban studies and more reflected in Oklahoma City, tracing its chaotic origins through the near-instant metropolis of today through the stories of creative innovators.
Burden: A Preacher, a Klansman, and a True Story of Redemption in the Modern South by Courtney Hargrave
Tells the true story of a man who started a controversial museum honoring the Ku Klux Klan and the African-American family who took him in after he had changed his ways and ended up broke and homeless, in the book that inspired the forthcoming motion picture starring Forest Whitaker.
Where Did You Get This Number?: A Pollster's Guide to Making Sense of the World by Anthony Salvanto
The elections and surveys director for CBS News presents a fast-paced, illuminating tour through the world of polling and elections to reveal what they actually say about today's America. A first book.
Winners Take All: The Elite Charade of Changing the World by Anand Giridharadas
The author of The True American presents a scathing insider's report on the realities of the global elite's efforts to tackle important world issues through philanthropy and free enterprise while ignoring their direct role in creating the problems.
A Deal With the Devil: The Dark and Twisted True Story of One of the Biggest Cons in History by Blake Ellis & Melanie Hicken
An award-winning CNN investigative journalist team presents a full-length account exposing the activities of a French psychic at the center of a decades-long, multimillion-dollar international con targeting the elderly and other vulnerable individuals.
Judas: How a Sister's Testimony Brought Down a Criminal Mastermind by Astrid Holleeder
An insider's account of the life and trial of Willem Holleeder, written by his sister and confidante, breaks silence on his roles in the 1983 abduction of Heineken's CEO and numerous assassinations.
King Con: The Bizarre Adventures of the Jazz Age's Greatest Impostor by Paul Willetts
A portrait of charismatic vaudeville performer and 1920s con artist Edgar LaPlante describes how he amassed millions through a fraudulent charity, his seduction of a wealthy Austrian countess and his friendships with celebrities and powerful world leaders.
Scarface and the Untouchable: Al Capone, Eliot Ness, and the Battle for Chicago by Max Allan Collins & A. Brad Schwartz
A groundbreaking dual biography of notorious gangster Al Capone and Prohibition agent Eliot Ness explores the violence and corruption of 1930s Chicago and the history-shaping raids and arrests made by the legendary Untouchables.