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Qualification

Qualification

“Say what you mean, but don’t say it mean.” —12-Step aphorismFrom the author of My Brain Is Hanging Upside Down, a new graphic memoir brimming...

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A Guest of the Reich

A Guest of the Reich

The dramatic story of a South Carolina heiress who joined the OSS and became the first American woman in uniform taken prisoner on the Western front—until her escape from Nazi Germany.  ...

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Rusty Brown

Rusty Brown

A major graphic novel event more than 18 years in progress: part one of the ongoing bifurcated masterwork from the brilliant and beloved author of Jimmy Corrigan: The Smartest Kid on Earth...

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A Cosmology of Monsters

A Cosmology of Monsters

"If John Irving ever wrote a horror novel, it would be something like this. I loved it.” —Stephen KingNoah Turner sees monsters.His father...

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I've Seen the Future and I'm Not Going

I've Seen the Future and I'm Not Going

Brilliantly funny, frank, and shattering, this is the bittersweet memoir by Peter McGough of his life with artist David McDermott. Set in New York’s Lower East Side of the 1980s and...

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Rebooting AI

Rebooting AI

Two leaders in the field offer a compelling analysis of the current state of the art and reveal the steps we must take to achieve a truly robust artificial intelligence.Despite...

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Gender and Our Brains

Gender and Our Brains

A breakthrough work in neuroscience and an incisive corrective to a long history of damaging pseudo-science, finally debunking the myth that there is a biological distinction between...

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The Memory Police

The Memory Police

**2019 NATIONAL BOOK AWARD FINALIST**A haunting Orwellian novel about the terrors of state surveillance, from the acclaimed author of The Housekeeper and the Professor.On...

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Time Song

Time Song

Julia Blackburn has always collected things that hold stories about the past, especially the very distant past: mammoth bones, little shells that happen to be two million years...

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The Second-Worst Restaurant in France

The Second-Worst Restaurant in France

In this delightful sequel to the best-selling comedic novel My Italian Bulldozer, Paul Stuart's travels take him to a French village, where the local restaurant's haute cuisine leaves a lot to be...

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Casting into the Light

Casting into the Light

Tales of a champion surfcaster: the education of a young woman hell-bent on following her dream and learning the mysterious and profound sport, and art, of surfcasting, on the island of Martha’s Vineyard.   Janet...

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The Body in Question

The Body in Question

From the author of Heroic Measures (“Smart and funny and completely surprising . . . I loved every page” —Ann Patchett), Act of God (“A feat of literary magic”—Booklist)...

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The Edge of Every Day

The Edge of Every Day

The debut of an important new literary voice: Marin Sardy's extraordinarily affecting, fiercely intelligent memoir unflinchingly traces the path of the schizophrenia that runs in her family.Against...

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Spring

Spring

What unites Katherine Mansfield, Charlie Chaplin, Shakespeare, Rilke, Beethoven, Brexit,  the present, the past, the north, the south, the east, the west, a man mourning lost times, a woman trapped...

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Walking

Walking

A lyrical account of an activity that is essential for our sanity, equilibrium, and well-being, from the author of Silence ("A book to be handled and savored." —The Wall...

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The Department of Sensitive Crimes

The Department of Sensitive Crimes

In the Swedish criminal justice system, certain cases are considered especially strange and difficult, in Malmö, the dedicated detectives who investigate these crimes are members of an elite squad known as...

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Tragedy, the Greeks, and Us

Tragedy, the Greeks, and Us

From the moderator of The New York Times philosophy blog "The Stone," a book that argues that if we want to understand ourselves we have to go back to theater, to the stage of...

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The Adventures of Alexander Von Humboldt

The Adventures of Alexander Von Humboldt

From the New York Times bestselling author of The Invention of Nature, comes a breathtakingly illustrated and brilliantly evocative...

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Crossing

Crossing

NATIONAL BOOK AWARD FINALISTFrom the acclaimed author of My Cat Yugoslavia: a stunning, incandescent new novel that speaks to identity, war, exile, love, betrayal, and...

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The Other Americans

The Other Americans

***2019 NATIONAL BOOK AWARD FINALIST******FINALIST FOR THE KIRKUS PRIZE***From the Pulitzer Prize finalist and author of The Moor’s Account, here is...

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Homeland

Homeland

Fernando Aramburu's internationally acclaimed novel evokes an unresolved history of violence, giving a fictional account of lives shattered by Basque terrorism even as it rekindles...

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The Human Network

The Human Network

Here is a fresh, intriguing, and, above all, authoritative book about how our sometimes hidden positions in various social structures—our human networks—shape how we think...

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This Life

This Life

A profound, original, and accessible book that offers a new secular vision of how we can lead our lives. Ranging from fundamental existential questions to the most pressing social issues of our time, This...

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Fay Wray and Robert Riskin

Fay Wray and Robert Riskin

A Hollywood love story, a Hollywood memoir, a dual biography of two of Hollywood’s most famous figures, whose golden lives were lived at the center of Hollywood’s golden age, written by their daughter, an acclaimed writer and producer.Fay Wray was most famous as the woman—the...

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