New Non Fiction Titles

The Complete Book of Home Organization by Toni Hammersley: Learn how to purge, sort, and “containerize” with simple, easy-to-use systems for improving and revitalizing living space.

Vietnam: an epic tragedy, 1945-1975 by Max Hastings: A political and military narrative of the entire Vietnam conflict, including testimony from warlords and peasants, statesmen and soldiers.

Capitalism in America by Alan Greenspan: Greenspan has made a science of understanding how the U.S. economy works, and now he distills what he has learned into a master reckoning with the decisive drivers of the US economy over the course of its history. In our time, growth has stalled, stirring up the populist furies… but there’s no better moment to apply the lessons of history.

The Indian World of George Washington by Colin Calloway: An authoritative, sweeping, and fresh new biography of the nation’s first president, Colin G. Calloway’s book reveals fully the dimensions and depths of George Washington’s relations with the First Americans.

Instant Pot Cookbook by Jennifer Smith: Jennifer smith is a cook with extensive work experience of more than 10 years in USA and UK restaurants. She uses both traditional ways of making dishes, and advanced techniques using the pressure cooker Instant Pot.

Big Week by James Holland: During the third week of February 1944, the combined Allied air forces based in Britain and Italy launched their first round-the-clock bomber offensive against Germany. Officially called Operation ARGUMENT, this aerial offensive quickly became known as “Big Week,” and it was one of the turning-point engagements of World War II.

Grand Improvisation by Derek Leebaert: A bold new view of the U.S. rise to supremacy, and its collision with a British Empire that wouldn’t step aside.

Israel: Island of Success: Against all odds, Israel is an island of success in the turbulent Middle East. Israel’s triumphs over huge difficulties and challenges, over the years, have only strengthened its ability to meet future challenges, which points toward growth and even greater success in the future.

Heirs of the Founders by H.W. Brands: The story of how America’s second generation of political giants–Henry Clay, Daniel Webster, and John Calhoun–battled to complete the unfinished work of the Founding Fathers and decide the shape of our democracy.

Apostles of Revolution by John Ferling: Apostles of Revolution spans a crucial period in Western Civilization ranging from the American insurgency against Great Britain to the Declaration of Independence, from desperate engagements on American battlefields to the threat posed to the ideals of the Revolution by the Federalist Party.

The President’s Book of Secrets by David Preiss: Every day, a member of the CIA presents to the president a report detailing the most sensitive activities and analysis of world events. The story of the President’s Daily Brief–the PDB, in the jargon–is a window into the character of each president and his administration, and the degree to which his worldview and policy was shaped by the information from the security services.

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