America the Beautiful?: One Woman in a Borrowed Prius on the Road Most Traveled by Blythe Roberson
The author of How to Date Men When You Hate Men presents a travelogue that takes a humorous and sometime cynical look at Americans’ obsession with freedom, travel and the open road.
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An Amerikan Family: The Shakurs and the Nation They Created by Santi Elijah Holley
This examination of Black liberation groups in America is told through the history of the Shakur family, from Assata Shakur, an author who spent three decades in Cuban exile, to the late rapper Tupac.
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Brave the Wild River: The Untold Story of Two Women Who Mapped the Botany of the Grand Canyon by Melissa L. Sevigny
The story of two pioneering female botanists and their historic 1938 boat trip down the Colorado River which led them to be the first to survey and catalog the plant life of the Grand Canyon.
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Building: A Carpenter's Notes on Life & the Art of Good Work by Mark Ellison
A carpenter regarded by many as the best in New York looks back on his experiences constructing some of the city’s most iconic spaces and reflects on the nature of work, creativity and design.
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Camera Girl: The Coming of Age of Jackie Bouvier Kennedy by Carl Sferrazza Anthony
Set primarily during the years from 1949 to 1953, this biography of Jackie Bouvier Kennedy covers her early years in Paris, her life as a writer and photographer and her romance with John F. Kennedy.
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The Daddy Diaries: The Year I Grew Up by Andy Cohen
A New York Times best-selling author goes from bottle service to baby bottles in a humorous, heartwarming and name-dropping account of the most important year of his life.
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Fatherland: A Memoir of War, Conscience, and Family Secrets by Burkhard Bilger
A New Yorker staff writer tells the story of his nearly ten-year quest to uncover the truth about his grandfather, a Nazi Party Chief, and the questions it raises about reckoning with the pasts of our families.
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Homegrown: Timothy McVeigh and the Rise of Right-wing Extremism by Jeffrey Toobin
The New York Times best-selling author presents the definitive account of the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing, its enduring legacy and how it helped lead to the January 6 insurrection at the Capitol.
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The Joy of Politics: Surviving Cancer, a Campaign, a Pandemic, an Insurrection, and Life's Other Unexpected Curveballs by Amy Klobuchar
From a U.S. senator and former presidential candidate comes an intimate memoir about personal challenges, political turmoil and the state of American democracy.
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King: A Life by Jonathan Eig
Mixes new research with accessible storytelling to offer a new biography of the legendary civil-rights leader.
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A Life of One's Own: Nine Women Writers Begin Again by Joanna Biggs
A divorced writer examines both her own journey toward intellectual freedom as well as those of other women writers such as Sylvia Plath, Mary Wollstonecraft, Virginia Woolf, George Eliot and Toni Morrison.
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Look for Me There: Grieving My Father, Finding Myself by Luke Russert
After his news legend father died unexpectedly, the Emmy Award-winning journalist embarked on a three-plus-year odyssey across six continents to discover the world and, ultimately, find himself, in this poignant reflection offering encouragement to examine our choices, take risks and discover our truest selves.
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A Renaissance of Our Own: A Memoir & Manifesto on Reimagining by Rachel E. Cargle
A modern voice in feminism and racial justice describes her own journey and approach to dismantling the frameworks and systems that no longer serve us while building liberating new ones that better affirm our individuality.
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Talk of Champions: Stories of the People Who Made Me: A Memoir by Kenny Smith
The host of top-rated Inside the NBA and two-time NBA champion relates memorable stories about each of the extraordinary people who taught him valuable life lessons, including Michael Jordan, Shaquille O’Neal, Charles Barkley, Kobe Bryant and many others, while interweaving personal material about his upbringing and his family.
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Tell Me Everything by Minka Kelly
Minka Kelly takes readers behind the shiny silver- screen facade and reveals just how good an actress she really is.
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To Anyone Who Ever Asks: The Life, Music, and Mystery of Connie Converse by Howard Fishman
In this real-life musical mystery, the author, writing as both a fan and a detective, recounts the disappearance of Connie Converse, a mid-century NYC singer/songwriter, who, after years of trying to make it as a musician, drove off one day and was never heard from again.
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Uncle of the Year: & Other Debatable Triumphs by Andrew Rannells
In essays drawn from his life and career, the star of The Book of Mormon, Girls and Big Mouth reflects on anxiety, ambition and the uncertain path to adulthood, challenging us to take a long look at who we’re pretending to be, who we know we are and who we want to become.
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Walking With Sam: A Father, a Son, and Five Hundred Miles Across Spain by Andrew McCarthy
An intimate, humorous and poignant travel memoir follows a New York Times best-selling author and actor as he walks the Camino de Santiago with his son, Sam, in an effort to get to know each other as adults.
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We Are Too Many: A Memoir Kind by Hannah Pittard
Presents a genre-bending memoir about a marriage- ending affair between the award-winning author's husband and her captivating best friend.
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When the World Didn't End: A Memoir by Guinevere Turner
An acclaimed screenwriter, drawing from the diaries she kept throughout her youth, tells the story of her childhood growing up with the infamous Lyman Family cult and how she was unexpectedly thrust into the world she’d been raised to believe was evil, facing challenges and horrors she couldn’t have imagined.
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Wildflower: A Memoir by Aurora James
A leading social justice activist and fashion pioneer, and the first Black American female designer to win a CFDA award, tells the story of how she got to where she is now, which came from a desire to forge a new creative path—and to lift others up alongside her.
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Women We Buried, Women We Burned by Rachel Louise Snyder
An award-winning journalist, in this necessary story of family struggle, female survival and the passionate drive to bear witness, relates her personal journey from teenage runaway to reporter on the global epidemic of violence against women.
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The Yards Between Us: A Memoir of Life, Love, and Football by R. K. Russell
Told through the people and moments that have shaped him, the first out active NFL player to identify as bisexual shares his story, showing us the life-changing power of embracing who you are and fighting to make space so others can do the same.
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