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No Happy Endings

Spanning memoir and parenting, this supplemental purchase is best for large memoir collections; it can be read alongside the author's first book or on its own.
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More Than You Can Handle: When Life's Overwhelming Pain Meets God's Overcoming Grace

At times folksy, at others sincere in its poignancy, this work's allure is Pyle's everyman approach, which is like a gentle friend for spiritual seekers to walk with.

Revolutionary: George Washington at War

O'Connell debunks myths and explains motives, shortcomings, and misperceptions in this historical saga that will engage both general and academic readers.
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If I Can Cook/You Know God Can: African American Food Memories, Meditations, and Recipes

An appealing collection for fans of Shange's work and students of African American studies.

Horizon

While not a memoir or travelog, this first-person account is ideal for anyone who likes nature writing that also manages to bring philosophy, anthropology, sociology, and history to bear with a personal guide. [See Prepub Alert, 9/24/18.]
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Savage Feast: Three Generations, Two Continents, and a Dinner Table (a Memoir with Recipes)

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This beautifully written memoir is a wonderful story about family, love, and connecting with your roots. Recommended to readers who enjoyed Michael W. Twitty's The Cooking Gene.
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Gourmet Cooking for One or Two: Incredible Meals That Are Small in Size but Big on Flavor

Readers looking to have an elegant cooking-for-one experience will appreciate this book. The single cook looking to broaden their repertoire will also want to take a look.
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Pushcart Prize XLIII: Best of the Small Presses 2019

Once again, the Pushcart collection captures the candid dismay of life, presenting a literary snapshot of humanity.
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Unexampled Courage: The Blinding of Sgt. Isaac Woodard and the Awakening of President Harry S. Truman and Judge J. Waties Waring

Gergel reintroduces oft-forgotten civil rights heroes in this captivating, deeply researched work that is likely to draw in general readers, historians, and legal scholars alike.
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