New Nonfiction

Range by Daivd Epstein: David Epstein examined the world’s most successful athletes, artists, musicians, inventors, forecasters and scientists. He discovered that in most fields–especially those that are complex and unpredictable–generalists, not specialists, are primed to excel, and presents the theory that, as computers master more of the skills once reserved for highly focused humans, people who think broadly and embrace diverse experiences and perspectives will increasingly thrive.

The Ghosts of Eden Park by Karen Abbott: The epic true crime story of bootlegger George Remus and the murder that shocked the nation. Combining deep historical research with novelistic flair, The Ghosts of Eden Park is the unforgettable, stranger-than-fiction story of a rags-to-riches entrepreneur and a long-forgotten heroine, of the excesses and absurdities of the Jazz Age, and of the infinite human capacity to deceive.

The Jane Austen by Jane Austen: What can Jane Austen teach us about health? Prepare to have your bonnet blown… From the food secrets of “Pride and Prejudice” to the fitness strategies of “Sense and Sensibility”, there’s a modern health code hidden in the world’s most popular romances. Join Bryan Kozlowski as he unlocks this “health and happiness” manifesto straight from Jane Austen’s pen, revealing why her prescriptions for achieving total body “bloom” still matter in the 21st century.

Scam Me If You Can by Frank Abagnale: Former con artist and bestselling author of Catch Me If You Can Frank Abagnale shows you how to stop scammers in their tracks. As one of the world’s most respected authorities on the subjects of fraud, forgery, and cyber security, Frank Abagnale knows how scammers work. In Scam Me If You Can, he reveals the latest tricks that today’s scammers, hackers, and con artists use to steal your money and personal information–often online and over the phone.

Radicals, Resistance, and Revenge by Jeanine Pirro: Only Donald Trump and his army of patriots can stop the radical plan of liberals. Judge Janine is sounding the alarm and calling out those who despise our most cherished ideals and institutions, to warn patriotic Americans before it’s too late.

Shortest Way Home by Pete Buttigieg: A mayor’s inspirational story of a Midwest city that has become nothing less than a blueprint for the future of American renewal. While Washington reels with scandal, Shortest Way Home interweaves two once-unthinkable success stories: that of an Afghanistan veteran who came out and found love and acceptance, all while in office, and that of a Rust Belt city so thoroughly transformed that it shatters the way we view America’s so-called flyover country.

Call Sign Chaos by James Mattis: Call Sign Chaos is a memoir of a life of warfighting and lifelong learning, following along as Mattis rises from Marine recruit to four-star general. It is a journey about learning to lead and a story about how he, through constant study and action, developed a unique leadership philosophy, one relevant to us all.

Frost: a Husker’s journey home by The Omaha World Herald: Tells the extraordinary story of a native son who, whether he knew it or not, was destined to be Osborne’s heir. Scott Frost was blessed with unique athletic genes and environments that nurtured his gifts. But he also endured struggle, pain and betrayal. This book offers an examination of Frost’s most pivotal years and how they led him back home.

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