• Lifelines

    Lifelines

    Wen, Leana

    Former Baltimore, Md., health commissioner Wen (coauthor, When Doctors Don't Listen) combines memoir and advocacy in this stirring call for greater investment in public health programs to combat racism, poverty, gun violence, and other social ills. -- Publishers Weekly

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  • Caste

    Caste

    Wilkerson, Isabel

    In this powerful and extraordinarily timely social history, Pulitzer winner Wilkerson (The Warmth of Other Suns) investigates the origins, evolution, and inner workings of America's "shape-shifting, unspoken" caste system. -- Publishers Weekly

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  • Homewaters

    Homewaters

    Williams, David B.

    Witty, graceful, and deeply informed, Homewaters weaves history and science into a fascinating and hopeful narrative, one that will introduce newcomers to the astonishing life that inhabits the Sound and offers longtime residents new insight into and appreciation of the waters they call home. -- publisher's copy

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  • The Salt Path

    The Salt Path

    Winn, Raynor

    Debut author Winn narrates a moving memoir of identities lost and found along England’s wind-swept South West Coast Path. -- Kirkus

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  • Crying in H Mart

    Crying in H Mart

    Zauner, Michelle

    Musician Zauner debuts with an earnest account of her Korean-American upbringing, musical career, and the aftermath of her mother's death. -- Publishers Weekly

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