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Week of June 8, 2015

Releases for the week of June 8th include SAVING GRACE by Jane Green, a powerful and riveting novel about a woman whose life begins to unravel in the face of infidelity and addiction; Sophie Hannah's THE MONOGRAM MURDERS, which marks the first time ever that the Agatha Christie estate has approved a brand-new novel featuring Dame Agatha's most beloved creation, Hercule Poirot; THE MAGICIAN'S LAND, the stunning conclusion to Lev Grossman's bestselling Magicians trilogy; and SELECTED LETTERS OF NORMAN MAILER, which features the most fascinating of Mailer’s missives from 1940 to 2007, compiled by his authorized biographer, J. Michael Lennon, and organized by decade.

July 2014

July’s roundup of History titles includes Robert L. O’Connell’s biography of William Tecumseh Sherman, FIERCE PATRIOT, a bold, revisionist portrait of how America’s first “celebrity” general exerted an outsize impact on the American landscape --- and the American character; THE NIXON TAPES: 1971-1972, Douglas Brinkley’s latest book that was made possible by professor Luke Nichter's massive effort to digitize and transcribe the Nixon White House tapes, revealing for the first time the 37th President uncensored, unfiltered and in his own words; DOUBLE AGENT by Peter Duffy, the never-before-told tale of the German-American who spearheaded a covert mission to infiltrate New York’s Nazi underground in the days leading up to World War II --- the most successful counterespionage operation in US history; and Linda Porter’s TUDORS VERSUS STEWARTS, which sheds new light on Henry VIII, his daughter Elizabeth I, and his great-niece, Mary Queen of Scots.