We have a very different mixture of books coming across our shelves this week. They include a few biographies, such as a Sports memoir, NO ONE WINS ALONE: A MEMOIR by Mark Messier and an Asian memoir, 1000 YEARS OF JOY AND SORROW by Ai Weiwei translated by Allan H. Barr. The next category includes some political commentary from both parties, RENEGADES BORN IN THE USA by Barak Obama and Bruce Springsteen, and BEYOND BIDEN: REBUILDING THE AMERICA WE LOVE by Newt Gingrich. The Fiction genre is represented by three wonderful books, THE FAMILY by Naomi Krupitsky, THE ISLAND OF MISSING TREES by Elif Shafak, and some satire in, OUR COUNTRY FRIENDS by Gary Shteyngart. Lest we forget the mystery/thriller category, we have GAME ON: TEMPTING TWENTY-EIGHT (STEPHANIE PLUM BOOK 28) by Janet Evanovich. A new cookbook arrives in the form of OTTOLENGHI TEST KITCHEN: SHELF LOVE: RECIPES TO UNLOCK THE SECRETS OF YOUR PANTRY, FRIDGE, AND FREEZER: A COOKBOOK by Noor Murad. So as not to keep you in suspense, (no, it’s not a suspense novel), the last book is THE LYRICS: 1956 TO THE PRESENT by Paul McCartney, a music book that pairs 154 texts of his songs with first person accounts of his life.
As always, thank you for making our shelves your destination.