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Strange Magic, Syd Moore
Syd Moore
Strange Magic
The Brazilian, Rosie Millard
Rosie Millard
The Brazilian
Sex Object, Jessica Valenti
Jessica Valenti
Sex Object
A Train in Winter, Caroline Moorehead
Caroline Moorehead
A Train in Winter
Anna Godbersen, Bright Young Things
Bright Young Things
Anna Godbersen
Our Young Man, Edmund White
Edmund White
Our Young Man
The Body Book, Cameron Diaz
The Body Book
In The Body Book, she shares what she has learned and continues to discover about nutrition, exercise, and the mind/body connection. Grounded in science and informed by real life, The Body Book offers a comprehensive overview of the human body and mind, from the cellular level up. From demystifying and debunking the hype around food groups to explaining the value of vitamins and minerals, readers will discover why it’s so important to embrace the instinct of hunger and to satisfy it with whole, nutrient-dense foods.
The Happiness Project, Gretchen Rubin
The Happiness Project
The end is nigh.... and by end, we mean the end of the year. Have you done your reflections yet? We're all set to face the New Year with renewed energy and ready to leave the old before. The Happiness Project might just be the thing to help if you're looking to for some change and happiness in your life. This book describes one person’s year-long attempt to discover what leads to true contentment. Drawing at once on cutting-edge science, classical philosophy, and real-world applicability, Rubin has written an engaging, eminently relatable chronicle of transformation.
H Is for Hawk, Helen Macdonald
H Is for Hawk
H is for Hawk is a fantastic meld of nature and ambition, or suspense and grit. As a child Helen Macdonald was determined to become a falconer. She learned the arcane terminology and read all the classic books, including T. H. White's tortured masterpiece,The Goshawk, which describes White's struggle to train a hawk as a spiritual contest. When her father dies and she is knocked sideways by grief, she becomes obsessed with the idea of training her own goshawk.
Refugees, Viet Thanh Nguyen
In this political climate, Viet Thanh Nguyen's The Refugees is highly relevant and necessary in our lives. The anthology is a collection of perfectly formed stories written over a period of twenty years, exploring questions of immigration, identity, love, and family, and Nguyen gives voice to lives led between two worlds, the adopted homeland and the country of birth.
Value of Nothing, Raj Patel
Value of Nothing
Credit has crunched, debt has turned toxic, the gears of the world economy have ground to a halt. Yet despite its failures, the same market-driven ideas are being applied to everything from the food crisis to climate change. It’s time to ask one of the most fundamental questions a society can address: why do things cost what they do? Raj Patel has worked for the World Bank, interned at the WTO, consulted for the UN and been involved in international campaigns against his former employers. Radical and original, The Value of Nothing uses basic but forgotten economics and cutting-edge neuroscience to show how the price we pay for everything, from burgers to ballistic missiles, is systematically distorted and to explore some rich alternatives to market fundamentalism.
Broke, USA, Gary Rivlin
Broke, USA
Here's one of the fastest rising businesses in the US - the business of poverty. Preying on the poorest of the poor and those living on the paychecks from month to month, Rivlin spends his years researching the business of pawnshops and cash converters. He reveals their dark underbelly: punishing rates of interest and customer service reps explicitly trained to mislead customers who appear gullible, and delves into the effect of financial deregulation on fringe financing, predatory subprime lending.
Maestra, L.S. Hilton
Maestra may jolly well be the most shocking book you read this year. Yes, it's got hints of your 50 Shades-esque erotica, but with plots of murder and theft - it's not just fun and games anymore. No Mr Gray waiting, just a bad employer who is running an art scam. And when our heroine commits a crime overseas in Italy... well, the situation does not bode well. There's already a script done up for a Hollywood movie, so trust us when we say you gotta read this book. Now who should be our spunky Judith...?

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The Brazilian, Rosie Millard
Rosie Millard
The Brazilian
Sex Object, Jessica Valenti
Jessica Valenti
Sex Object
Strange Magic, Syd Moore
Syd Moore
Strange Magic
Case of Need, Jeffery Hudson, Michael Crichton
Jeffery Hudson, Michael Crichton
Case of Need
Voyager, Russell Banks
Russell Banks
Skylarking, Kate Mildenhall
Kate Mildenhall

Award WinningAll

Bottomfeeder, Taras Grescoe
Taras Grescoe
Sympathizer, Viet Thanh Nguyen
Viet Thanh Nguyen
Moon Tiger, Penelope Lively, Simon Reade
Penelope Lively, Simon Reade
Moon Tiger
The White Tiger, Aravind Adiga
Aravind Adiga
The White Tiger
Blindsight, Peter Watts
Peter Watts
Brown Girl Dreaming, Jacqueline Woodson
Jacqueline Woodson
Brown Girl Dreaming
The Changeling, Kenzaburo Oe
Kenzaburo Oe
The Changeling

Hot Reads for a Chilly NightAll

Topaz, Beverly Jenkins
Beverly Jenkins
Texas Destiny, Lorraine Heath
Lorraine Heath
Texas Destiny
Lord of Scoundrels, Loretta Chase
Loretta Chase
Lord of Scoundrels
Taking Chances, Molly McAdams
Molly McAdams
Taking Chances
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