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With My Body by Nikki Gemmell

Told with a confessional tone in small, page-long chapters, With My Body is the story of a transformative first love that cannot be forgotten. The narrator is a married mother of three when she begins writing about her younger self, unearthing memories of a more passionate time that she is desperate but unable to return to. Raw, enthralling and at times brutally honest, this is a sexy literary read that is difficult to set aside.
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ISBN: 9780062122636
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Published: Harper Perennial - June 19th, 2012

The Testament of Jessie Lamb by Jane Rogers

Imagine a world where pregnancy kills women, with no exceptions, a world terrorists created. This is the world Jessie Lamb lives in, a world that seems without hope or a future, until she finds a way to help change that, and makes a decision that drastically alters her future. This is a stark novel, with rich language that captures the stormy feel of this future. This book will leave you with much to consider.
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ISBN: 9780062130808
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Published: Harper Perennial - May 15th, 2012

Dinner: A Love Story by Jenny Rosenstrach

“The family who eats together stays together” may be common wisdom, but for many (even a passionate cook like me), getting dinner on the table each and every night can be easier said than done. Jenny Rosenstrach to the rescue! Through her blog and now this book, Jenny shares inspiration, game plans, and of course great recipes for getting real, delicious family meals made—whether on busy weeknights or the weekend. Also, she’s super warm and funny (which never hurts).
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ISBN: 9780062080905
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Published: Ecco - June 5th, 2012

A Girl and Her Pig by April Bloomfield

Acclaimed New York chef April Bloomfield takes home cooks on a tour of the food that has made her a star, sharing recipes which pair her English roots with a deeply Italian influence. “Bloomfield is already someone I admire enormously and whose food I adore…. With A Girl and Her Pig, she’s done yet another extraordinary thing: It’s a beast—and it’s going right up there on the special shelf next to the classics.” —Anthony Bourdain
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ISBN: 9780062003966
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Published: Ecco - April 10th, 2012

Victory by Linda Hirschman

Supreme Court lawyer and political pundit Linda Hirshman details the story of how a resourceful and dedicated minority transformed the notion of American marriage equality and forged a campaign for cultural change that will serve as a model for all future political movements. “This exuberant history of arguably the final and most difficult civil rights struggle relates, in surprisingly upbeat fashion, the fight ‘to slowly bend the arc of history toward justice’ for gay men and women. Undeniably inspiring.” —Publishers Weekly
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ISBN: 9780061965500
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Published: Harper - June 5th, 2012

Across That Bridge by John Lewis

“Faith, patience, truth, love, peace, study, and reconciliation: these are the buckets into which Lewis pours his message about ‘the inner transformation that must be realized to effect lasting social change.’ A civil rights pioneer and Georgia congressman, Lewis seeks to inspire nonviolent activism in a time that he regards as the most violent in history.” —Publishers Weekly
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ISBN: 9781401324117
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Published: Hachette Books - May 15th, 2012

My Year with Eleanor by Noelle Hancock

After losing her job, Noelle Hancock was full of self-doubt and had no idea what she wanted to do with her life. Scared and crippled by anxiety, she decided to heed Eleanor Roosevelt’s advice: “Do one thing every day that scares you.” The results are chronicled in this terrific book. “Eleanor taught Noelle that, first and foremost, Courage Takes Practice. Her yearlong quest to face her terrors, great and small, is moving, enriching, and hilarious—we readers are lucky to be along for the ride.” —Julie Powell, author of Julie & Julia
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ISBN: 9780061875014
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Published: Ecco - June 5th, 2012

Reamde by Neal Stephenson

In a sexy thriller full of Stephenson’s excellently nerdy wit, bad guys are chased across the globe and through cyberia. A mildly annoying virus in the world’s most popular massively multiplayer online role-playing game sets off a chain of events that leads to terrorists, explosions, and a kidnapping. Richard Forthrast, creator of the online world, must use his draft-dodging and drug-smuggling past to rescue his adopted niece. The high-octane ending is incredibly satisfying, proving once again that Stephenson deserves all the adulation we give him.

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ISBN: 9780062191496
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Published: William Morrow Paperbacks - May 15th, 2012

State of Wonder by Ann Patchett

Ann Patchett is one of those authors you want to read for the first time again and again; you can’t help but be swept up with that wonderful feeling of seeing life from a new perspective. State of Wonder is an adventure story whose beauty lies in the description and, well, oddity of its setting, with deadly snakes, harrowing river rides, and malaria-induced nightmares, where breathtaking beauty stands side by side with wrenching loss. Dr. Marina Singh, a research scientist at a pharmaceutical company, is sent to Brazil to track down another elusive doctor who is working with a tribe in the Amazon to create a valuable new drug. There are images in this book that you will never be able to forget; there is a moral tug-of-war that will make your heart pound, and there is that incredible beauty that Patchett embeds in her writing.
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ISBN: 9780062049810
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Published: Harper Perennial - May 8th, 2012

The Orchardist by Amanda Coplin

There are few novels that leave me in silence—that deep felt silence of profound experience like a cathedral or a sudden clearing among high trees. The Orchardist is a book that, once read, becomes sacred. The story starts in the late 1800’s in upper state Washington. In an orchard a solitary man, broken but slowly healing, lives and tends to his land, when two girls show up, vigilant and slightly feral, and he offers shelter. The setting, the language, the depth of each character take hold, offering moments of profound love, deep awe, grief, independence, surrender, and change.

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ISBN: 9780062188502
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Published: Harper - August 21st, 2012


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