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Rise of the Dungeon Master

Gary Gygax and the Creation of D&D

David Kushner; Koren Shadmi

The H-Spot

The Feminist Pursuit of Happiness

Jill Filipovic

Angry White Men

American Masculinity at the End of an Era

Michael Kimmel

It's Up to the Women

Eleanor Roosevelt; Jill Lepore

The Torture Report

A Graphic Adaptation

Sid Jacobson; Jane Mayer; Scott Horton

How to Kill a City

Gentrification, Inequality, and the Fight for the Neighborhood

Peter Moskowitz

The Home That Was Our Country

A Memoir of Syria

Alia Malek

My Turn

A Life of Total Football

Johan Cruyff


The Amazing Underdog Story of Leicester City, the Greatest Miracle in Sports History

Jonathan Northcroft

A Radical Faith

The Assassination of Sister Maura

Eileen Markey

Travels with Henry James

Henry James; Hendrik Hertzberg; Michael Anesko

Another Day in the Death of America

A Chronicle of Ten Short Lives

Gary Younge

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"An engrossing and relentless intellectual history of
prejudice in America." -- Washington Post

Ibram Kendi
Stamped from the Beginning

A N   E P I C   M U L T I G E N E R A T I O N A L
H I S T O R Y  O F  S Y R I A

“Lawyer and journalist Malek’s powerful memoir beautifully captures the history of her family and of their country…Malek’s writing vividly captures the personalities of her family members and friends as well as her own impressions of Syria, allowing readers insight into the personal stakes of the ongoing war.” —Booklist, Starred Review

Alia Malek
Home That Was Our country

G O   T O   T H E  F R O N T   L I N E S   O F   T H E   B A T T L E
F O R  T H E  F U T U R E  O F  A M E R I C A N  C I T I E S

"Using four dramatically different American cities, Moskowitz makes a compelling and important case that gentrification is a ‘knowable and replicable act’ that, left unchecked, can destroy what we love about cities in the seductive name of progress.” —Art Agnos, Former Mayor of San Francisco

How to Kill A City
Peter Moskowitz