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The Myth of the Dying Church

by Glenn T. Stanton Worthy Books (June 17, 2019)

Stop believing the false narrative that Christianity is declining, and discover the truth about the health of the church in America and around the world.

Much has been made of the so-called "nones" - those who...

To Build a Better World

by Philip Zelikow & Condoleezza Rice Twelve (September 09, 2019)

A deeply researched international history and analysis of how a divided world ended and our present world was fashioned, as the world drifts toward another great time of choosing.

Two of America's leading scholar-diplomats,...

America Is Better Than This

by Jeff Merkley Twelve (August 19, 2019)

An exposé and cry of outrage at the cruelty and chaos the Trump administration has wrought at the border with child separations, border blockades, and a massive gulag of child prisons housing thousands.


Still Winning

by Charles Hurt Center Street (July 08, 2019)

In this stirring true account of American leadership, learn how President Trump will put an end to a corrupt system of government ruled by the establishment and special interests.

Still Winning is the story of...

La isla de la fantasia

by Ed Morales Bold Type Books (November 04, 2019)

A crucial, clear-eyed accounting of Puerto Rico's 122 years as a colony of the US.

Since its acquisition by the US in 1898, Puerto Rico has served as a testing ground for the most aggressive and exploitative...

The Rise of the Creative Class

by Richard Florida Basic Books (September 02, 2019)

World-renowned urbanist Richard Florida's bestselling classic on the transformation of our cities in the twenty-first century -- now updated with a new preface

In his modern classic The Rise of the Creative Class...

The Economists' Hour

by Binyamin Appelbaum Little, Brown and Company (September 01, 2019)

A Wall Street Journal Business Bestseller Winner of the Porchlight Business Book Award in Narrative & Biography

In this "lively and entertaining" (Liaquat Ahamed, The New Yorker) history of ideas, New York Times...


by John H. Halpern & David Blistein Hachette Books (August 12, 2019)


"A landmark project." -- Dr. Andrew Weil

"Engrossing and highly readable." -- Sam Quinones

"An astonishing journey through time and space." -- Julie Holland, MD

"The most important,...

Putin's World

by Angela Stent Twelve (February 25, 2019)

From renowned foreign policy expert Angela Stent comes a dissection of how Putin created a paranoid and polarized world -- and increased Russia's status on the global stage.

How did Russia manage to emerge resurgent...

The Memo

by Minda Harts Seal Press (August 19, 2019)

Lean In for women of color, The Memo empowers women with actionable advice on challenges, from microaggressions to the wage gap-and offers a clear path to success

Most business books provide a one-size-fits-all...

The Case Against Free Speech

by P. E. Moskowitz Bold Type Books (August 12, 2019)

A hard-hitting expose that shines a light on the powerful conservative forces that have waged a multi-decade battle to hijack the meaning of free speech--and how we can reclaim it.

There's a critical debate taking...

To Be a Jew

by Hayim H. Donin Basic Books (August 12, 2019)

The classic guide to the ageless heritage of Judaism

Embraced over many decades by hundreds of thousands of readers, To Be a Jew offers a clear and comprehensive introduction to traditional Jewish laws and customs...

Inconspicuous Consumption

by Tatiana Schlossberg Grand Central Publishing (August 26, 2019)

"A compelling-and illuminating-look at how our daily habits impact the environment."--Vanity Fair

"If you're looking for something to cling to in what often feels like a hopeless conversation, Schlossberg's...


by Donna Freitas Little, Brown and Company (August 12, 2019)

In this "compelling and disturbing" true story, a young woman's toxic mentor develops a dark, stalking obsession that disrupts her career -- and her peace of mind. (Rebecca Traister, New York Times bestselling...

Dynamic Dames

by Sloan De Forest & Julie Newmar Running Press Adult (July 01, 2019)

Celebrate 50 of the most empowering and unforgettable female characters ever to grace the screen, as well as the artists who brought them to vibrant life!

From Scarlett O'Hara to Thelma and Louise to Wonder Woman,...


by Tom O'Neill & Dan Piepenbring Little, Brown and Company (June 24, 2019)

A journalist's twenty-year fascination with the Manson murders leads to shocking new revelations about the FBI's involvement in this riveting reassessment of an infamous case in American history.

Over two grim...

On the Clock

by Emily Guendelsberger Little, Brown and Company (July 15, 2019)

"Nickel and Dimed for the Amazon age," (Salon) the bitingly funny, eye-opening story of finding work in the automated and time-starved world of hourly low-wage labor

After the local newspaper where she worked...

Helping the Good Do Better

by Thomas F. Sheridan Twelve (June 24, 2019)

How to effect positive social change by the top progressive white hat lobbyist in Washington.

HELPING THE GOOD DO BETTER pulls back the curtain on the corridors of power in Washington to reveal how social change...

We Live for the We

by Dani McClain Bold Type Books (April 01, 2019)

A warm, wise, and urgent guide to parenting in uncertain times, from a longtime reporter on race, reproductive health, and politics

In We Live for the We, first-time mother Dani McClain sets out to understand...

Discrimination and Disparities

by Thomas Sowell Basic Books (March 04, 2019)

An enlarged edition of Thomas Sowell's brilliant examination of the origins of economic disparities

Economic and other outcomes differ vastly among individuals, groups, and nations. Many explanations have been...

The Making of a Justice

by Justice John Paul Stevens Little, Brown and Company (May 13, 2019)

A "timely and hugely important" memoir of Justice John Paul Stevens's life on the Supreme Court (New York Times).

When Justice John Paul Stevens retired from the Supreme Court of the United States in 2010, he...

The Conservative Sensibility

by George F. Will Hachette Books (June 03, 2019)

New York Times' Notable Book of 2019 Selection


From the Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist, an "astonishing" and "enthralling" (Booklist) new examination of how the Founders' belief in...

Raising Empowered Daughters

by Mike Adamick Seal Press (June 03, 2019)

A fists-up handbook for helping dads help their daughters resist the patriarchy, written by popular feminist dad blogger Mike Adamick

As a primary male role model in a girl's life, a father influences his daughter...

Sand and Blood

by John Carlos Frey Bold Type Books (June 24, 2019)

A damning portrait of the U.S.-Mexico border, where militaristic fantasies are unleashed, violent technologies are tested, and immigrants are targeted.

Over the past three decades, U.S. immigration and border...

The Great Successor

by Anna Fifield PublicAffairs (June 10, 2019)

The behind-the-scenes story of the rise and reign of the world's strangest and most elusive tyrant, Kim Jong Un, by the journalist with the best connections and insights into the bizarrely dangerous world of...

Escape from Earth

by Fraser MacDonald PublicAffairs (June 24, 2019)

The long-buried truth about the dawn of the Space Age: lies, spies, socialism, and sex magick.

Los Angeles, 1930s: Everyone knows that rockets are just toys, the stuff of cranks and pulp magazines. Nevertheless,...

Why Cities Lose

by Jonathan A. Rodden Basic Books (June 03, 2019)

A prizewinning political scientist traces the origins of urban-rural political conflict and shows how geography shapes elections in America and beyond

Why is it so much easier for the Democratic Party to win...

Bleeding Out

by Thomas Abt Basic Books (June 24, 2019)

From a Harvard scholar and former Obama official, a powerful proposal for curtailing violent crime in America

Urban violence is one of the most divisive and allegedly intractable issues of our time. But as Harvard...

So You Want to Move to Canada, Eh?

by Jennifer McCartney Running Press Adult (June 24, 2019)

Laugh as you learn about America's friendly northern neighbor with this step-by-step guide to Canadian customs, pop culture, and slang -- perfect for anyone who's considered moving to (or just visiting) maple...

An Innocent Bystander

by Julie Salamon Little, Brown and Company (June 10, 2019)

The definitive story of one American family at the center of a single, shocking act of international terrorism that "manages to capture the essence of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict" (Dan Ephron).

On October...

More Fun in the New World

by John Doe & Tom DeSavia Da Capo Press (June 03, 2019)

Sequel to Grammy-nominated bestseller Under the Big Black Sun, continuing the up-close and personal account of the L.A. punk scene, with 50 rare photos

Picking up where Under the Big Black Sun left off, More...


by Lewis Dartnell Basic Books (May 13, 2019)

A New York Times-bestselling author explains how the physical world shaped the history of our species

When we talk about human history, we often focus on great leaders, population forces, and decisive wars. But...

A Thousand Small Sanities

by Adam Gopnik Basic Books (May 13, 2019)

A stirring defense of liberalism against the dogmatisms of our time from an award-winning and New York Times bestselling author.

Not since the early twentieth century has liberalism, and liberals, been under...

The Way We Eat Now

by Bee Wilson Basic Books (May 06, 2019)

An award-winning food writer takes us on a global tour of what the world eats--and shows us how we can change it for the better

Food is one of life's great joys. So why has eating become such a source of anxiety...


by Eleanor Morgan Seal Press (August 26, 2019)

A riveting exploration of the link between women's hormones and mental health--with advice, personal testimony, facts, and research creating a portrait of how hormones contribute to make up the "female animal"...

The Big Nine

by Amy Webb PublicAffairs (March 04, 2019)

A call-to-arms about the broken nature of artificial intelligence, and the powerful corporations that are turning the human-machine relationship on its head.

We like to think that we are in control of the future...

The Theft of a Decade

by Joseph C. Sternberg PublicAffairs (May 13, 2019)

A Wall Street Journal columnist delivers a brilliant narrative of the mugging of the millennial generation-- how the Baby Boomers have stolen the millennials' future in order to ensure themselves a comfortable...

The Unsettling of Europe

by Peter Gatrell Basic Books (August 26, 2019)

An acclaimed historian examines postwar migration's fundamental role in shaping modern Europe

Migration is perhaps the most pressing issue of our time, and it has completely decentered European politics in recent...

Hollywood Black

by Donald Bogle Running Press Adult (May 06, 2019)

The films, the stars, the filmmakers-all get their due in Hollywood Black, a sweeping overview of blacks in film from the silent era through Black Panther, with striking photos and an engrossing history by award-winning...

Queer  X Design

by Andy Campbell Black Dog & Leventhal (May 06, 2019)

The first-ever illustrated history of the iconic designs, symbols, and graphic art representing more than 5 decades of LGBTQ pride and activism.

Beginning with pre-liberation and the years before the Stonewall...


by Jared Diamond Little, Brown and Company (May 06, 2019)

A "riveting and illuminating" Bill Gates Summer Reading pick about how and why some nations recover from trauma and others don't (Yuval Noah Harari), by the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of the landmark bestseller...

Surprise, Kill, Vanish

by Annie Jacobsen Little, Brown and Company (May 13, 2019)

From Pulitzer Prize finalist Annie Jacobsen, the untold USA Today bestselling story of the CIA's secret paramilitary units.

Surprise . . . your target. Kill . . . your enemy. Vanish . . . without a trace.


The Queen

by Josh Levin Little, Brown and Company (May 20, 2019)

Winner of the National Book Critics Circle Award in Biography

In this critically acclaimed true crime tale of "welfare queen" Linda Taylor, a Slate editor reveals a "wild, only-in-America story" of political...


by Rachel Giese Seal Press (December 10, 2018)

A vital and sweeping examination of today's "boy crisis," demonstrating the ways in which we raise boys into a culture of toxic masculinity and offering solutions that can liberate us all

Whether they're being...

Your Heart, My Hands

by John Hanc, Arun K Singh & Delos Cosgrove Center Street (April 15, 2019)

"An absorbing account." --Jhumpa Lahiri

An encouraging and inspiring true story on how a boy from India overcame a difficult childhood and devastating hand injuries and became one of the most prolific cardiac...

The Presidents

by Susan Swain, Brian Lamb, Richard Norton Smith & Douglas Brinkley PublicAffairs (April 22, 2019)

The complete rankings of our best -- and worst -- presidents, based on C-SPAN's much-cited Historians Surveys of Presidential Leadership.

Over a period of decades, C-SPAN has surveyed leading historians on the...

Leap of Faith

by Michael J. Mazarr PublicAffairs (March 18, 2019)

The dramatic insider account of why we invaded Iraq, the motivations that drove it, and the frustrations of those who tried and failed to stop it, leading to the most costly misadventure in US history.

A single...

Chasing Cosby

by Nicole Weisensee Egan Seal Press (April 22, 2019)

The definitive account of Bill Cosby's transition from revered father figure to convicted criminal, told by a veteran crime reporter and former senior writer for People magazine

Bill Cosby's decades-long career...

Giving Done Right

by Phil Buchanan & Darren Walker PublicAffairs (April 15, 2019)

A practical guide to philanthropy at all levels of giving that seeks to educate and inspire

A majority of American households give to charity in some form or another--from local donations to food banks, religious...

The Case for Trump

by Victor Davis Hanson Basic Books (March 04, 2019)

This New York Times bestselling Trump biography from a major American intellectual explains how a renegade businessman became one of the most successful -- and necessary -- presidents of all time.

In The Case...