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When They Were Boys
Journalist Larry Kane's engrossing account of the Beatles' early years.
The Lost City of Z
The true story of a doomed expedition into the furthest reaches of the Amazon rain forest in search of the fabled city of El Dorado.
The Longest Day : June 6, 1944
If you read just one book about the June 6, 1944 D-Day invasion of Normandy, this should be the one.
The Summer Before The War: A Novel
Helen Simonson's (Major Pettigrew's Last Stand) second novel is another captivating read.
League of Dragons
The seventh and final novel in Naomi Novik's Temeraire series.
Dimestore : A Writer's Life
Writer Lee Smith's memoir tells of her childhood growing up in a small West Virginia coal town.
Two estranged brothers are reunited after more than 4 decades by a sudden shocking discovery relating to events in their past.
The Fortune Hunter
Before writing "Victoria", Daisy Goodwin authored this fine historical novel.
Downton Abbey creator Julian Fellowes' new novel.
Swierczynski's thrilling mystery involves 3 generations of a Philadelphia police family.
An involving ecothriller from Scottish author Peter May.
What is the What
Dave Eggars fictionalized memoir of Valentino Achak Deng, a real life refugee from the Sudanese civil war.
The Show That Never Ends: The Rise and Fall of Prog Rock
An affectionate and thorough look at the progressive rock scene of the 1970s, and also at the bands who carry on the tradition today.
Richard McGuire's graphic novel tells the story of a corner in a room and the events that take place there while moving backwards and forward through time.
The Alice Network
Quinn's historical novel spans both world wars and is an enthralling page-turner.
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