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Nobel Prize–winning chemist Fritz Haber was responsible for developing poison gasses that were later twisted into tools for murder by Nazis during World War II. This “vivid, fast-paced” biography (Library Journal) chronicles the rise and fall of a controversial scientist.

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From the New York Times bestselling author of Schindler’s List: This riveting biography tells the story of Dan Sickles, a politician and Civil War general who murdered his wife’s lover in a crime of passion. “Captivating… Colorful and scandalous” (Chicago Sun-Times).

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“Extraordinary” (Publishers Weekly starred review): This National Book Award and Pulitzer Prize winner explores the history of slave Sally Hemings and her family, whose intimate ties to president Thomas Jefferson were long concealed. A “commanding and important book” (The New Yorker).

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This “riveting, fast-paced” New York Times bestseller (Los Angeles Times) traces the events in Boston that ignited the Revolutionary War, from the Boston Tea Party to the Battle of Bunker Hill. “A masterpiece of narrative and perspective” (The Boston Globe) with over 1,600 five-star Goodreads ratings.

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From a Wall Street Journal bestselling author and military historian comes a definitive chronicle of World War II that offers a comprehensive analysis of one of the most devastating conflicts of all time.

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In 1942, an explosion destroyed a ship carrying nearly 800 Jewish refugees — the largest maritime civilian loss of World War II. The tragedy is illuminated in “a book of meticulous, driven reporting… A valuable contribution to WWII history” (Publishers Weekly).

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From a New York Times bestselling author with “an astonishing gift for narration” (The Wall Street Journal): This sweeping saga traces five centuries to chronicle the rise and fall of the Venetian Empire. “Stirring… An action-packed political and military history” (Kirkus Reviews).

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This “nicely crafted biography” (Kirkus Reviews) tells the story of Jonathan Letterman, who devised innovative medical care techniques during the Civil War. “Stirring… An incisive portrait of the great doctor and leader” (Publishers Weekly).

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“Extraordinary” (Publishers Weekly): A Pulitzer Prize–winning author traces the history of the first British settlements in North America. “An insightful and engaging account of Colonial America… Superbly told” (Library Journal).

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A New York Times bestseller from the author of Salt: Experience the pivotal year that was 1968 — a time marked by significant political, economic, and cultural upheaval that would disrupt the world. “To read this book is to be transported” (Publishers Weekly).

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In 1965, the murders of two activists in Alabama shocked the civil rights movement, inspiring renewed efforts for change. This engrossing history chronicles their tragic story — and the decades-long quest to bring their killers to justice.

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A New York Times bestseller: As a girl, Clara survived the Nazi occupation of Poland by hiding in a secret bunker with 17 other people. Her memoir is “a gripping thriller and a heartbreaking drama… A classic of Holocaust history” (Booklist starred review).

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This “admirable biography” (Library Journal) illuminates the life of Catherine the Great, the Russian empress who ruthlessly seized the throne and ruled during the Enlightenment. “Scholarly, refreshing… and compelling” (New York Times bestselling author Simon Sebag Montefiore).

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“Fascinating” (The Wall Street Journal): In this New York Times bestseller, a Pulitzer Prize–winning reporter explores the history of the FBI — including the agency’s relationship with the Oval Office. “A book that every American who cares about civil liberties should read” (New York Times bestselling author Jane Mayer).

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This New York Times bestseller details how the leaders of three powerful nations — the United States, Great Britain, and France — reshaped global politics after World War I. “A treasure” (Booklist) with nearly 3,300 five-star Goodreads ratings.

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