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New Releases—The September Round-Up

New Releases—The September Round-Up

How Languages Saved Me: A Polish Story of Survival by Stefanie Naumann and Tadeusz Haska   "When I was arrested my whole world crumbled. I knew that leaders of political parties had been arrested, and never heard from again. My only chance at survival was to find a...

New Releases—The July/August Round-Up

New Releases—The July/August Round-Up

Midpoint: Manhood, Midlife and Prostate Cancer by James A. Hill As a healthy 56-year-old marketing executive, Jim Hill never saw stage-3 prostate cancer coming. Yet, in early 2018 he found himself on his back for six hours, going through a laparoscopic radical...

Friends of the Library


By Susan Cushman

“. . . a beautifully wrought hymn of praise to readers and book-lovers in the most sacred of places, the libraries where we find both.” —Cassandra King, author of the best-selling novel The Sunday Wife


Billy Bullshit Talks Business

In a nutshell? Billy talks total bullshit at work and this book makes sense of it. Kapish?

By Steve Blakeman & Mike Adams

Do you know someone like Billy in your office? Maybe you even see a little bit of Billy in yourself? Either way Billy Bullshit is going to make you laugh and cringe in equal measure. And that’s no bullshit.

Drive: A NASCAR Novel


By Susan Strecker

“. . . this is as close to the action as you’ll get without a pit pass”—Kristin Harmel, international bestselling novelist of The Winemaker’s Wife and The Room on Rue Amélie



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Henry G. Brinton

Author of City of Peace

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I am deeply troubled by the polarization of life in America today, with politicians and citizens of red states and blue states spewing vitriol at each other and showing little interest in finding common ground . . .

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