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Fifth Avenue, 5 A.M. by Sam Wasson

This New York Times bestseller brings 1950s New York City and Hollywood to life! A dazzling account of the making of Breakfast at Tiffany’s that’s “so smart and entertaining, it should come with its own popcorn” (People).

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Justice by Dominick Dunne

“Irresistible” (The New York Times): From the O.J. Simpson case to the trial of the Menendez brothers, this fascinating New York Times bestseller collects a Vanity Fair correspondent’s unique, riveting accounts of modern crimes and their punishments.

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Savage Harvest by Carl Hoffman

“Riveting” (Publishers Weekly): This New York Times bestseller delves into the unsolved mystery of the 1961 disappearance of Michael Rockefeller — rumored for decades to have been murdered by cannibals. “A gripping whodunit… Powerful” (The Wall Street Journal).

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The Formula by Luke Dormehl

How do mathematical formulas rule the world? This insightful work of nonfiction examines how algorithms are reshaping everyday life — and creating a mind-boggling future. An “information-rich narrative… fascinating for experts and laymen alike” (Publishers Weekly).

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Discover Magazine’s Vital Signs by Robert A. Norman

“Accessible and lively” (Publishers Weekly): The editor of the popular Vital Signs column in Discover magazine presents a compendium of the rarest, most fascinating illnesses and diseases that have baffled doctors and patients alike.

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Empathy by Roman Krznaric

This “informative” read (Kirkus Reviews) looks at the fundamental habits of highly empathetic people — and how they impact the world around them. “Engaging and insightful” (New York Times bestselling author John Gray).

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Unprocessed by Megan Kimble

“Part Fast Food Nation, part Eat Pray Love” (Self): Join Megan Kimble as she recounts her astonishing year of eating only whole foods — and reveals how processed food really comes to be. “Beautifully written and refreshingly honest” (Bon Appétit).

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Farmacology by Daphne Miller

In this enlightening account of modern-day farming, a physician investigates the way food cultivation influences our well-being. “A vibrant and important book” (chef and New York Times bestselling author Alice Waters).

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Finding the Flavors We Lost by Patric Kuh

Join a James Beard Award–winning critic on “a thoughtful, informative journey” (Kirkus Reviews) into how today’s artisanal revolution is changing the way we eat. “Kuh’s exuberant prose and rapt observation makes for delectable food porn” (Publishers Weekly).

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Condor by John Nielsen

“Science writing at its peak” (Booklist): A former environmental correspondent for NPR outlines the perils condors face as their natural habitats disappear, the bureaucratic infighting that almost led to their extinction, and the different groups working to save them.

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The Fight for Freedom by Marcus Ferrar

Witness centuries of ideological movements and get to know their courageous leaders — from Spartacus to Martin Luther King Jr. — in this comprehensive history of humanity’s endless fights for freedom.

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