New Nonfiction Titles

The Mueller Report by Robert S. Mueller: There has never been a more important political investigation than Robert S. Mueller III’s into President Donald Trump’s possible collusion with Russia. His momentous findings can be found here, complete with: — The 300+ pages of the historic report — An introduction by constitutional scholar, eminent civil libertarian, and New York Times bestselling author Alan Dershowitz.

Unfreedom of the Press by Mark Levin: Levin takes the reader on a journey through the early American patriot press, followed by the early decades of the Republic during which newspapers around the young country were open and transparent about their fierce allegiance to one political party or the other, and ending at the start of the Progressive Era and the twentieth century that the supposed “objectivity of the press” first surfaced, leaving us where we are today. Available in both print and audio CD.

Bottles of Lies by Katherine Eban: Many have hailed the widespread use of generic drugs as one of the most important public-health developments of the twenty-first century. The story of generic drugs is truly global. It connects Middle America to China, India, sub-Saharan Africa and Brazil, and represents the ultimate litmus test of globalization: what are the risks of moving drug manufacturing offshore, and are they worth the savings?

The Pioneers by David McCullough: In 1788 the first band of pioneers settled in what is now Marietta on the banks of the Ohio River. McCullough uses five historical personages to tell the uniquely American story of people whose ambition and courage led them to remarkable accomplishments.

The Wondering Years by Knox McCoy: The author offers a collection of hilarious yet poignant stories that reflect on the way pop culture helped shape his life – and even carved out the foundations of his faith. It’s a witty and winsome exploration of the ways our favorite stories, characters, and conflicts continue to influence our lives.

The Best of Enemies by Osha Davidson Ellis and Atwater met on opposite sides of public school integration. Their encounters were charged with hatred and suspicion. In an amazing set of transformations, each of them came to see how the other had been exploited by the South’s rigid power structure, and they forged a friendship that flourished against a backdrop of unrelenting bigotry.

Howard Stern Comes Again by Howard Stern: Over his unrivaled four-decade career in radio, Howard Stern has interviewed thousands of personalities–discussing sex, relationships, money, fame, spirituality, and success with the boldest of bold-faced names. But which interviews are his favorites? It’s one of the questions he gets asked most frequently. Howard Stern Comes Again delivers his answer.

Mind and Matter by John Urschel: For John Urschel, a love for puzzles as a child quickly evolved into mastery of the elegant systems and rules of mathematics. Equally at home with both Bernard Riemann’s notion of infinity and Bill Belichick’s playbook, Urschel reveals how each challenge – whether on the field or in the classroom – has brought him closer to understanding the two different halves of his own life, and how reason and emotion, the mind and the body, are always working together.

 

 

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