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All our yesterdays : a novel of Lady Macbeth / Joel H. Morris.
"Scotland, the 11th Century. Born in a noble household and granddaughter of a forgotten Scottish king, a young girl carries the guilt of her mother's death and the weight of an unknowable prophecy. When she is married, at fifteen, to the Mormaer of Moray,…
Blood money : why the powerful turn a blind eye while China kills Americans / Peter Schweizer.
"It's often said that China is in a cold war with America. The reality is far worse: the war is hot, and the body count is one-sided. China is killing Americans and working aggressively to maximize the carnage while our leaders remain passive and, in some…
Double grudge donuts / Ginger Bolton.
"When the Fallingbrook Arts Festival rolls into town weeks before she’s set to tie the knot, Emily expects talent and friendly competition at the week-long summer series to go together like coffee and double fudge. But the fun crumbles fast after a lively…
A catered quilting bee / Isis Crawford.
"Quilts, quiet, and delicious food. That’s exactly what Bernie and Libby expect as they build the menu for the Longely Sip and Sew Quilting Circle’s first-ever exhibition hosted at the local library. The eclectic ladies of the group couldn’t appear more h…
Murder at an Irish chipper / Carlene O'Connor.
"Siobhán’s brother Eoin’s new family restaurant, The O’Sullivan Six, is so close to opening—but waiting on the necessary permits plus the heat of July in the village of Kilbane in County Cork is driving everyone a bit mad. Macdara Flannery comes to the re…
Four thousand paws : caring for the dogs of the Iditarod : a veterinarian's story / Lee Morgan.
An intimate account―the first from a trail veterinarian―of the canines who brave the challenges of the Iditarod. Few sporting events attract as much attention, or create as much spectacle, as the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race. Each March, despite subzero …
A fire so wild : a novel / Sarah Ruiz-Grossman.
"As a wildfire threatens Berkeley, the city's inhabitants are forced to reckon with the cracks in the lives they've built. Abigail, a wealthy white woman, decides to throw a lavish birthday in a hillside mansion to raise money for the city's newest afford…
The bezzle / Cory Doctorow.
The year is 2006. Martin Hench is at the top of his game as a self-employed forensic accountant, a veteran of the long guerrilla war between people who want to hide money, and people who want to find it. He spends his downtime on Catalina Island, where sc…
Leave no trace : a national parks thriller / A.J. Landau.
"In a daring, brutal act of terrorism, an explosion rocks and topples the Statue of Liberty. Special Agent Michael Walker of the National Park Service is awakened by his boss with that news and sent to New York as the agent-in-charge. Not long after he la…
Zenith man : death, love, and redemption in a Georgia courtroom / McCracken Poston Jr..
"In October 1997, the town of Ringgold in northwest Georgia was shaken by reports of a murder in its midst. A dead woman was found in Alvin Ridley’s house—and even more shockingly, she was the wife no one knew he had. McCracken Poston had been a state re…
Grief is for people / Sloane Crosley.
Disarmingly witty and poignant, Sloane Crosley’s memoir explores multiple kinds of loss following the death of her closest friend. How do we live without the ones we love? Grief Is for People is a deeply moving and suspenseful portrait of friendship, and …
Piglet : a novel / Lottie Hazell.
"Outside of a childhood nickname she can’t shake, Piglet’s rather pleased with how her life’s turned out. An up-and-coming cookbook editor at a London publishing house, she’s got lovely, loyal friends and a handsome fiancé, Kit, whose rarefied family she …
The boy who cried bear / Kelley Armstrong.
"Haven's Rock is a well-hidden town surrounded by forest. And it's supposed to be, being that it's a refuge for those who need to disappear. Detective Casey Duncan and her husband, Sheriff Eric Dalton already feel at home in their new town, which reminds …
Why we remember : unlocking memory's power to hold on to what matters / Charan Ranganath, PhD.
"A new understanding of memory is emerging from the latest scientific research. In Why We Remember, pioneering neuroscientist and psychologist Charan Ranganath radically reframes the way we think about the everyday act of remembering. Combining accessible…
White rural rage : the threat to American democracy / Tom Schaller and Paul Waldman.
"It's an open secret that voters in smaller, less populous states have more electoral power than their urban counterparts, so why are these same voters the most eager to leave behind democratic principles? In Held Hostage, political scientists Thomas Scha…
Medea : a novel / Eilish Quin.
"Among the women of Greek mythology, the witch Medea may be the most despised. Known for the brutal act of killing her own children to exact vengeance on her deceitful husband, the Argonauts leader Jason, Medea has carved out a singularly infamous niche i…
Life after power : seven presidents and their search for purpose beyond the White House / Jared Cohen.
"Life After Power tells the stories of seven former presidents, from the Founding to today. Each changed history. Each offered lessons about how to decide what to do in the next chapter of life. Thomas Jefferson was the first former president to accompli…
After Annie : a novel / Anna Quindlen.
"When Annie Brown, a fun-loving woman, suddenly dies, her husband, best friend, and her children all struggle to find ways to go on after the loss of the woman who was the center of their lives, and who made life happy, fun, and secure. Her husband is ove…
Birding to change the world : a memoir / Trish O'Kane.
"In this uplifting memoir, a professor and activist shares what birds can teach us about life, social change, and protecting the environment. Trish O'Kane is an accidental ornithologist. In her nearly two decades writing about justice as an investigative …
American woman / Katie Rogers.
"The first definitive exploration of the role of the twenty-first century First Lady, painting a comprehensive portrait of Jill Biden and the evolution of the First Lady's role from ceremonial figurehead to political operative--from a White House correspo…
American Negra : a memoir / Natasha S. Alford.
"Alford illustrates the complexity of being multiethnic in Upstate New York and society’s flawed teachings about matters of identity. When she travels to Puerto Rico for the first time, she is the darkest in her family, and navigates shame for not speakin…
The American daughters : a novel / Maurice Carlos Ruffin.
"When Adebimpe is ten, she is sold with her mother Sanite to plantation owner John du Marche. He soon renames her Ady but Sanite never lets her daughter forget who she really is: a person who can read and write and understand numbers. Most importantly, Sa…
Wandering stars : a novel / Tommy Orange.
Tracing the legacies of the Sand Creek Massacre in 1864 to the aftermath of Orvil Red Feather's shooting, Opal tries to hold her family together while Orvil becomes emotionally reliant on prescription medications, and his younger brother, suffering from P…
My name was Eden : a novel / Eleanor Barker-White.
When her daughter Eden, after surviving a drowning incident, comes home from the hospital and starts calling herself Eli, the name she'd reserved for Eden's unborn twin, Lucy knows something's very wrong with Eden as her disturbing behavior escalates.
Whiskey tender : a memoir / Deborah Jackson Taffa.
"Deborah Jackson Taffa was raised to believe that some sacrifices were necessary to achieve a better life. Her grandparents—citizens of the Quechan Nation and Laguna Pueblo tribe—were sent to Indian boarding schools run by white missionaries, while her pa…
Languishing : how to feel alive again in a world that wears you down / Corey Keyes.
"Languishing—the state of mental weariness that erodes our self-esteem, motivation, and sense of meaning—can be easy to brush off as the new normal, especially since indifference is one of its symptoms. It is not a synonym for depression and its attendant…
A smoking bun / Ellie Alexander.
"The mountains are calling in Ashland, Oregon, where pastry chef turned amateur sleuth, Jules Capshaw, is baking up a bevy of spiced curry buns and chai cookies for a moonlit snowshoe tour. Ramiro’s family is visiting from Spain and Jules can’t wait to ta…
The antique hunter's guide to murder : a novel / C. L. Miller.
"What antique would you kill for? Freya Lockwood is shocked when she learns that Arthur Crockleford, antiques dealer and her estranged mentor, has died under mysterious circumstances. She has spent the last twenty years avoiding her quaint English hometo…
The woman who lowered the boom / David Handler.
A beloved ghostwriter-sleuth is finally on the precipice of reclaiming his previous literary fame when threats against his editor appear to put both his career and her life in jeopardy.
The great wave : the era of radical disruption and the rise of the outsider / Michiko Kakutani.
"An urgent examination of how disruptive politics, technology, and art are capsizing old assumptions in a great wave of change breaking over today's world, creating both opportunity and peril--from the Pulitzer Prize-winning critic and author of the New Y…
Latinoland : a portrait of America's largest and least understood minority / Marie Arana.
LatinoLand is an exceptional, all-encompassing overview of Hispanic America based on personal interviews, deep research, and Marie Arana's life experience as a Latina. At present, Latinos comprise 20 percent of the US population, a number that is growing.…
A step past darkness / Vera Kurian.
There’s something sinister under the surface of the idyllic, suburban town of Wesley Falls, and it’s not just the abandoned coal mine that lies beneath it. The summer of 1995 kicks off with a party in the mine where six high school students witness a horr…
Attack from within : how disinformation is sabotaging America / Barbara McQuade.
"American society is more polarized than ever before. We are strategically being pushed apart by disinformation--the deliberate spreading of lies disguised as truth--and it comes at us from all sides: opportunists on the far right, Russian misinformed soc…
Means of control : How the hidden alliance of tech and government is creating a new American surveillance state / Byron Tau.
"A sweeping exposé of the U.S. government's alliance with data brokers, tech companies, and advertisers, and how their efforts are reshaping surveillance and privacy as we know it. Our modern world is awash in surveillance. Most of us are dimly aware of t…
Beverly Hills spy : the double-agent war hero who helped Japan attack Pearl Harbor / Ronald Drabkin.
"In the spirit of Ben Macintyre's greatest spy nonfiction, the truly unbelievable and untold story of Frederick Rutland--a debonair British WWI hero, flying ace, fixture of Los Angeles society, and friend of Golden Age Hollywood stars--who flipped to beco…
But you don't look Arab : and other tales of unbelonging / Hala Gorani.
"What is it like to have no clear identity in a world full of labels? How can people find a sense of belonging when they have never felt part of a 'tribe?' And how does a blonde-haired, blue-eyed woman who's never lived in the Middle East honor her Arab M…
Normal women : 900 years of making history / Philippa Gregory.
"Did you know that there are more penises than women in the Bayeux Tapestry? That the Peasants’ Revolt of 1381 was started and propelled by women who were protesting a tax on women? Or that celebrated naturalist Charles Darwin believed not just that women…
A sign of her own / Sarah Marsh.
"Ellen Lark is on the verge of marriage when she and her fiancé receive an unexpected visit from Alexander Graham Bell. Ellen is deaf and for a time she was Bell's student learning visible speech. During their lessons, Bell also confided in her about his …
The unit : my life fighting terrorists as one of America's most secret military operatives / Adam Gamal ; with Kelly Kennedy.
"Inside our military is a team of operators whose work is so secretive that the name of the unit itself is classified. Highly-trained in warfare, self-defense, infiltration, and deep surveillance, 'the Unit,' as the Department of Defense has asked us to r…
Otter country : an unexpected adventure in the natural world / Miriam Darlington.
"Mysterious, graceful, and ever-clever, otters have captivated our imaginations, despite the fact that few people have encountered one in the wild. In Otter Country, celebrated nature writer Miriam Darlington captures the fascination she’s had for these p…
Riley Thorn and the corpse in the closet / Lucy Score.
"Summer is heating up for reluctant psychic Riley Thorn and her handsome private investigator boyfriend, Nick Santiago. First, her disapproving grandmother arrives determined to make Riley take her powers seriously or face the wrath of 'the Guild.' Then t…
Paper cage : a novel / Tom Baragwanath.
"How far would you go to keep your family safe? Lorraine Henry is generally content to keep her head down and get on with her work as a records clerk at the Masterton police station. But when children start going missing in her small town, Lo can't help b…
Crime and cherry pits / Amanda Flower.
"Shiloh Bellamy can hardly believe it--for the first time in her family farm's seventy-year history, she has managed to score a highly coveted booth at the Cherry Farm Market in Traverse City, Michigan. It's a huge win in her master plan to bring the run-…
Splinters : another kind of love story / Leslie Jamison.
"In her first memoir, Jamison turns her unrivaled powers of perception on some of the most intimate relationships of her life: her consuming love for her young daughter, a ruptured marriage once swollen with hope, and the shaping legacy of her own parents…
Supercommunicators : how to unlock the secret language of connection / Charles Duhigg.
"Come inside a jury room as one juror leads a starkly divided room to consensus. Join a young CIA officer as he recruits a reluctant foreign agent. And sit with an accomplished surgeon as he tries, and fails, to convince yet another cancer patient to opt …
A pie to die for / Gretchen Rue.
"Este March runs the family-owned Lucky Pie Diner on Split Pine Island in Northern Michigan. The pies at Lucky Pie aren't just good, they're magical, with a family recipe that grants certain customers their greatest hopes and dreams when they eat the pie.…
One wrong word / Hank Phillippi Ryan.
"One wrong word can ruin your life. And no one knows that better than savvy crisis management expert Arden Ward. Problem is, she's now forced to handle a shocking crisis of her own. Unfairly accused of having an affair with a powerful client, Arden's life…
Slow noodles : a Cambodian memoir of love, loss, and family recipes / Chantha Nguon with Kim Green.
"In Slow Noodles, Chantha Nguon recounts her life as a Cambodian refugee who loses everything and everyone—her home, her family, her country—all but the remembered tastes and aromas of her mother’s kitchen. She summons the quiet rhythms of 1960s Battamban…
Death of a spy / M. C. Beaton with R. W. Green.
"Sergeant Hamish Macbeth has some major problems to deal with – crimes and criminals, even law enforcement agents, that he doesn’t want anywhere near his beloved Highland village in Lochdubh. Hamish is worried about how the locals, as well as those in the…
The Atlas Maneuver / Steve Berry.
"1945. In the waning months of World War II, Japan hid vast quantities of gold and other stolen valuables in boobytrapped underground caches all across the Philippines. By 1947 some of that loot was recovered, not by treasure hunters, but by the United St…
Three-inch teeth / C.J. Box.
"A rogue grizzly bear has gone on a rampage—killing, among others, the potential fiancé of Joe’s daughter. At the same time, Dallas Cates, who Joe helped lock up years ago, is released from prison with a special list tattooed on his skin. He wants revenge…
Leopard's hunt / Christine Feehan.
"Gorya Amurov might be known as his family’s peacekeeper, but the leopard inside him wants nothing more than to claw to the surface and unleash hell. A harsh life has shaped him into a vicious fighter with a calm exterior, but Gorya knows it’s only a matt…
The adversary : a novel / Michael Crummey.
"In an isolated outpost on Newfoundland’s northern coastline, Abe Strapp is about to marry the daughter of a rival merchant to cement his hold on the shore when the Widow Caines arrives to throw the wedding and Abe’s plans into chaos. That ruthless act o…
The pathway to success : letting God lead you to a life of meaning and purpose / Joyce Meyer.
"The world tells us that having a good job, owning your own business, money, fame, and influence are all important for a successful life. If we don’t have them, we feel like a failure. But even when we achieve them, we still end up unhappy, unfulfilled, o…
Hello, friends! : stories of dating, destiny, & day jobs / by Dulcé Sloan
"Dulcé Sloan’s first memoir is organized into essays from her life. From a childhood moving between cities, starting her own business selling toys at a Miami flea market, to being a Black kid in a predominately white school, she’s always used her masterfu…
The other significant others : reimagining life with friendship at the center / Rhaina Cohen.
"Why do we assume romantic relationships are more important than friendships? What do we lose when we expect a spouse to meet all our needs? And what can we learn about commitment, love, and family from people who put deep friendship at the center of thei…
Smoke and ashes : opium's hidden histories / Amitav Ghosh.
"When Amitav Ghosh began the research for his monumental cycle of novels the Ibis Trilogy, he was startled to learn how the lives of the nineteenth-century sailors and soldiers he wrote about were dictated not only by the currents of the Indian Ocean but …
Dear mom and dad : a letter about family, memory, and the America we once knew / Patti Davis.
"Eager to retell the narrative of her own family and her coming-of-age, Patti Davis casts aside misperceptions that defined her in the past. Far from being the enfant terrible, Dear Mom and Dad reveals young Patti as a sensitive child, who was not able to…
My side of the river : a memoir / Elizabeth Camarillo Gutierrez.
"Born to Mexican immigrants south of the Rillito River in Tucson, Arizona, Elizabeth had the world at her fingertips. She was preparing to enter her freshman year of high school as the number one student when suddenly, her own country took away the most i…
The fortune seller : a novel / Rachel Kapelke-Dale.
"When it comes to seeing the future—do you really want to know? Middle-class Rosie Macalister has worked for years to fit in with her wealthy friends on the Yale equestrian team. But when she comes back from her junior year abroad with newfound confidenc…
A murder in Hollywood : the untold story of Tinseltown's most shocking crime / Casey Sherman.
"From the outside, Hollywood starlet Lana Turner seemed to have it all—a thriving film career, a beautiful daughter, and the kind of fame and fortune that most people could only dream of. But when the famous femme fatale began dating mobster Johnny Stompa…
The book of love : a novel / Kelly Link.
"Late one night, Laura, Daniel, and Mo find themselves beneath the fluorescent lights of a high school classroom, almost a year after disappearing from their hometown, the small seaside community of Lovesend, Massachusetts, having long been presumed dead.…
The Turtle House : a novel / Amanda Churchill.
"It’s spring 1999, and 25-year-old Lia Cope and her prickly 73-year-old grandmother, Mineko, are sharing a bedroom in Curtain, Texas, the ranching town where Lia grew up and Mineko began her life as a Japanese war bride. Both women are at a turning point:…
Love and hot chicken : a delicious Southern novel / Mary Liza Hartong
"When PJ Spoon returns home for her beloved daddy’s funeral, she doesn’t expect to stick around. Why abandon her PhD program at Vanderbilt for the humble charms of her hometown, Pennywhistle, Tennessee? Mamma’s broken heart, that’s why. But truth be told,…
End of story : a novel / A.J. Finn.
"'I’ll be dead in three months. Come tell my story.' So writes Sebastian Trapp, reclusive mystery novelist, to his longtime correspondent Nicky Hunter, an expert in detective fiction. With mere months to live, Trapp invites Nicky to his spectacular San Fr…
The Perfect Passion Company / Alexander McCall Smith.
"As the new manager of the Perfect Passion Company, Katie’s mission is to help the lonely hearts of Edinburgh. With the assistance of her amiable and handsome office neighbor, William, she finds herself using a personal touch to find matches for the city’…
What feasts at night / T. Kingfisher.
"After their terrifying ordeal at the Usher manor, Alex Easton feels as if they just survived another war. All they crave is rest, routine, and sunshine, but instead, as a favor to Angus and Miss Potter, they find themself heading to their family hunting …
The complete beans & grains cookbook : a comprehensive guide with 450+ recipes / America's Test Kitchen.
"Attention omnivores, vegetarians, and vegans: This cookbook is for you. Whether you're just opening a can of black beans, taking the time to brine scarlet runners, or cooking teff, the test kitchen makes the world of beans and grains both approachable an…
Visions of flesh and blood : a blood and ash/flesh and fire compendium as told by Miss Willa / Jennifer L. Armentrout & Ravyn Salvador.
This "is a comprehensive companion guide for background, history, reader-favorite information, art, and reference materials. Combined with original short stories and scenes from some of the world’s most beloved characters, as well as never-before-seen vis…
Original sins / Erin Young.
"It’s a brutal winter in Des Moines, Iowa, and the city is gripped by fear. A serial attacker known as the Sin Eater is stalking women and has just struck again. It’s a tough time and a tough place for Riley Fisher, a former small-town sergeant, to be rep…
The imposition of unnecessary obstacles / Malka Older.
"Mossa has returned to Valdegeld on a missing person’s case, for which she’ll once again need Pleiti’s insight. Seventeen students and staff members have disappeared from Valdegeld University—yet no one has noticed. The answers to this case may lie on the…
An American dreamer : life in a divided country / David Finkel.
In this book "Brent Cummings finds himself coping with the feeling that the country he loves is fracturing in front of his eyes. An Iraq war veteran, raised to believe in a vision of America that values fairness, honesty, and respect for others, Cummings …
Untangle your emotions : naming what you feel and knowing what to do about it / Jennie Allen.
"How often have you heard, 'Don’t let your emotions get the best of you'? But what if instead of ignoring our feelings, we noticed them, named them, and let God use them to draw us closer to Himself and others? Many of us need to unlearn damaging message…
Bitter crop : the heartache and triumph of Billie Holiday's last year / Paul Alexander.
"This biography "gives us an unconventional portrait of arguably America’s most eminent jazz singer. He shrewdly focuses on the last year of her life—with relevant flashbacks to provide context—to evoke and examine the persistent magnificence of Holiday’s…
2020 : one city, seven people, and the year everything changed / Eric Klinenberg.
"2020 will go down alongside 1914, 1929, and 1968 as one of the most consequential years in history. This riveting and affecting book is the first attempt to capture the full human experience of that fateful time. At the heart of 2020 are seven vivid pro…
What have we here? : portraits of a life / Billy Dee Williams.
"Billy Dee Williams was born in Harlem in 1937 and grew up in a household of love and sophistication. As a young boy, he made his stage debut working with Lotte Lenya in an Ira Gershwin/Kurt Weill production where Williams ended up feeding Lenya her lines…
The resort : a novel / Sara Ochs.
"Five years ago, Cass barely survived a brutal attack that left her family dead. Now a scuba diving instructor in Thailand, she has spent years trying to build a new, anonymous life for herself as one of the Permanents, a group of expats who have claimed …
How to win friends and influence fungi : collected quirks of science, tech, engineering, and math from nerd nite / [edited by] Dr. Chris Balakrishnan and Matt Wasowski ; illustrations by Kristen Orr.
"In the vein of acclaimed popular-science bestsellers such as Atlas Obscura, Astrophysics for Young People in a Hurry, The Way Things Work, What If?, and Undeniable, the co-founders of the global science organization Nerd Nite bring readers a collection o…
The guest / B.A. Paris.
"Iris and Gabriel have just arrived home from a make-or-break holiday. But a shock awaits them. One of their closest friends, Laure, is in their house. The atmosphere quickly becomes tense as she oversteps again and again: sleeping in their bed, wearing I…
Mostly what God does : reflections on seeking and finding his love everywhere / Savannah Guthrie.
"If you ever struggle with your connection to God (or whether you even feel connected to a faith at all!), you're not alone. Especially in our modern world, with its relentless, never-ending news cycle, we can all grapple with such questions. Do we do tha…
All my secrets / Lynn Austin.
"New York, 1898. The only thing more shocking than Arthur Stanhope III’s unexpected death is the revelation that his will bestows his company—and most of the vast fortune that goes with it—to the nearest male heir, leaving his mother, wife, and daughter n…
The Internationalists : the fight to restore American foreign policy after Trump / Ward Alexander.
"The inside story of Biden’s foreign policy team and their struggle to restore America’s global influence in the aftermath of Trump. When Joe Biden assumed the United States presidency, he brought with him a team of all-star talent, perhaps the most expe…
The hidden life of Cecily Larson:  a novel / Ellen Baker.
"In 1924, four-year-old Cecily Larson’s mother reluctantly drops her off at an orphanage in Chicago, promising to be back once she’s made enough money to support both Cecily and herself. But she never returns, and shortly after high-spirited Cecily turns …
The chaos agent / Mark Greaney.
"A car accident in Japan. A drowning in Seoul. A home invasion in Boston. Someone is killing the world’s leading experts on robotics and artificial intelligence. Is it a tech company trying to eliminate the competition or is it something even more sini…
Ours / Phillip B. Williams.
"It opens in the year 1834 as a Black woman with magical powers named Saint founds a small settlement north of St. Louis with some slaves she has liberated, making the town invisible to the outside world by placing conjure stones around its perimeter; ast…
The Phoenix crown : a novel / Kate Quinn and Janie Chang.
"San Francisco, 1906. In a city bustling with newly minted millionaires and scheming upstarts, two very different women hope to change their fortunes: Gemma, a golden-haired, silver-voiced soprano whose career desperately needs rekindling, and Suling, a p…
Sleepless : unleashing the subversive power of the night self / Annabel Abbs-Streets.
Blending science, historical research and personal experience, an award-winning author, after experiencing a series of losses and unable to sleep, discovered, during her wakeful nights, the darkness became a place of sanctuary, filled with creativity, ref…
The warm hands of ghosts : a novel / Katherine Arden.
"January 1918. Laura Iven was a revered field nurse until she was wounded and discharged from the medical corps, leaving behind a brother still fighting in Flanders. Now home in Halifax, Canada, Laura receives word of Freddie’s death in combat, along with…
This is the honey : an anthology of contemporary Black poets / edited with an introduction by Kwame Alexander.
"In this comprehensive and vibrant poetry anthology, bestselling author and poet Kwame Alexander curates a collection of contemporary anthems at turns tender and piercing and deeply inspiring throughout. Featuring work from well-loved poets such as Rita D…
What we've become : living and dying in a country of arms / Jonathan M. Metzl.
"When a naked, mentally ill white man with an AR-15 killed four young adults of color at a Waffle House, Nashville-based physician and gun policy scholar Dr. Jonathan M. Metzl once again advocated for commonsense gun reform. But as he peeled back evidence…