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"In Love: A Memoir of Love and Loss"
by Amy Bloom
$27.00
"In this heartbreaking and surprising memoir, Bloom sheds light on a part of life we so often shy away from discussing--its ending. Written in Bloom's captivating, insightful voice and with her trademark wit and candor, In Love is an unforgettable portrait of a beautiful marriage, and a boundary-defying love."

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"Lessons from the Edge:"
by Marie Yovanovitch
$30.00
"Marie Yovanovitch was at the height of her diplomatic career when it all came crashing down. In the middle of her third ambassadorship--a rarity in the world of diplomacy--she was targeted by a smear campaign and abruptly recalled from her post in Kyiv, Ukraine. In the months that followed, she endured personal tragedy while simultaneously being pulled into the blinding lights of the first impeachment inquiry of Donald Trump. It was a time of chaos and pain, for her and for the nation."

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"Never Simple: a memoir"
by Liz Scheier
$26.99
"Scheier...debuts with a stunning and generous account of living with her mother's mental illness...Readers will find it hard to part with this one."
--Publishers Weekly, starred review

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"Shmuel's Bridge: Following the tracks to Auschwitz with My Survivor Father"
by Jason Sommer
$28.00
"A memoir recounting the author's trip with his survivor father to Eastern Europe to locate the bridge where his uncle was killed on the way to Auschwitz"--

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"The Trials of Harry S. Truman"
by Jeffrey Frank
$32.50
"An absorbing reexamination of [his] two-term presidency. ... provides further depth and nuance to the character dynamics of Truman and his administration.....A well-researched, engagingly human portrait of this complex mid-20th-century political leader."
-- Kirkus Reviews

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"A Block in Time"
by Christiane Bird
$28.00
"A lively account packed with memorable NYC characters . . . Students of an ever changing Gotham will take pleasure in Bird's well-researched narrative."
-- Kirkus Reviews

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