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Mother's Milk (Patrick Melrose, #4)
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Writing with the scathing wit and bright perceptiveness for which he has become known, celebrated English author Edward St. Aubyn creates a complex family portrait that examines the shifting allegianc…
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From one of our culture's most important changemakers, a memoir of breaking barriers.

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David Attenborough's Life on Air: Memoirs of a Broadcaster
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Ellis offers a first work of nonfiction meditating on the social-media age. The result is both a defense of freedom of speech and a critique of the likeability factor that can impede it.
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Straight to Hell: True Tales of Deviance, Debauchery, and Billion-Dollar Deals
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The Little Book That Builds Wealth: The Knockout Formula for Finding Great Investments
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New York, My Village
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From a suspiciously cheap Hell’s Kitchen walk-up, Nigerian editor and winner of a Toni Morrison Publishing Fellowship Ekong Udousoro is about to begin the opportunity of a lifetime: to learn the ins a…
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Jente, 1983
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What We Talk About When We Talk About Books: The History and Future of Reading
Reports of the death of reading are greatly exaggerated
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The Separation
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Christopher Priest excels at rethinking SF themes, lifting them above genre expectations into his own tricky, chilling, metaphysically dangerous territory. The Separation suggests an alternate history…
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The Complicities
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Award-winning author Stacey D’Erasmo tells a haunting and emotionally affecting story about a Ruth Madoff-like woman trying to make sense of her husband's downfall after running a Ponzi scheme, and wh…
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In the Heart of the Heart of the Country and Other Stories
IN THIS SUITE of five short pieces -- one of the unqualified literary masterpieces of the American 1960s -- William Gass finds five beautiful forms in which to explore the signature theme of his ficti…
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From the bestselling neurosurgeon and author of Do No Harm, comes Henry Marsh's And Finally, an unflinching and deeply personal exploration of death, life and neuroscience…
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On Girlhood: 15 Stories from the Well-Read Black Girl Library
“When you look over your own library, who do you see?”


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Toast: The Story of a Boy's Hunger
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Toastis Nigel Slater’s biography of a childhood remembered through food. Whether recalling his mother’s surprisingly good rice pudding, his father’s bold foray into spaghetti and his dreaded Boxing Da…
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The Rachel Papers
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In his uproarious first novel Martin Amis, author of the bestselling London Fields, gave us one of the most noxiously believable -- and curiously touching -- adolescents ever to sniffle and lust his w…
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