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New and delightful cookbooks and memoirs highlighting cuisines from many cultures.
Mastering the art of Soviet cooking: a memoir of love and longing by Anya von Bremzen — This witty memoir captures the feasts and famines of three generations of Russian women.
Japanese soul cooking: ramen, tonkatsu, tempura, and more from the streets and kitchens of Tokyo and beyond by Tadashi Ono and Harris Salat ; photography by Todd Coleman — Comfort food Japanese-style.
Mastering the art of French eating: lessons in food and love from a year in Paris by Ann Mah — When her diplomat husband is assigned to Paris, Ann plots gastronomic adventures à deux. But when he is called to Iraq on a year-long post, Ann must stay alone in the City of Light.
Notes from the larder: a kitchen diary with recipes by Nigel Slater ; photographs by Jonathan Lovekin — British food writer Slater muses on a year in the kitchen--including a personal selection of simple and seasonal recipes.
John Adams, the writer: a treasury of letters, diaries, and public documents by compiled and edited by Carolyn P. Yoder
John & Abigail Adams: an American love story by Judith St. George
Ansel Adams: America's photographer ; a biography for young people by Beverly Gherman
Failure is impossible: the story of Susan B. Anthony by Lisa Frederiksen Bohannon
The bully pulpit: Theodore Roosevelt, William Howard Taft, and the golden age of journalism by Doris Kearns Goodwin
Camelot's court: inside the Kennedy White House by Robert Dallek
Dr. J: the autobiography by Julius Erving, with Karl Taro Greenfeld
From exile to Washington: a memoir of leadership in the twentieth century by W. Michael Blumenthal
The heart of everything that is: the untold story of Red Cloud, an American legend by Bob Drury and Tom Clavin
Johnny Cash: the life by Robert Hilburn
Nicholson: a biography by Marc Eliot
What's so funny?: my hilarious life by Tim Conway ; with Jane Scovell
Manhunt— Boston bombers [videodisc] by a NOVA production ; produced and directed by Miles O'Brien
The search for Robert Johnson [videodisc]: the real story of the greatest folk blues guitar player that ever lived by produced and directed by Chris Hunt.
Treasures of New York [videodisc] by WLIW21 in association with WNET
Nureyev [videodisc]: a portrait by producer and director, Patricia Foy
Richard III [videodisc]: martyr or monster? by produced by Coda Publishing ; written and directed by Bob Carruthers
The waiting room [videodisc] by Docurama ; directed by Peter Nicks
Agent 146 [Large print]: the true story of a Nazi spy in America by Erich Gimpel ; foreword by Charles Whiting
Rules of betrayal [Large print]: a novel by Christopher Reich
The wolf at the door [Large print] by Jack Higgins
Pirate alley [large print]: a novel by Stephen Coonts
Deliver us from evil [Large print] by David Baldacci
The books in the New Adult Genre are designed to interest twenty-somethings. The main character will often be leaving home for the first time, going to college, or starting on their first steady job. While mostly written by twenty-somethings for twenty-somethings, these books do have crossover appeal for romance readers--even those who have left their twenties behind them.
Finding it by Cora Carmack
If you stay by Cole, Courtney
Rule: a Marked Men novel by Jay Crownover
Foreplay by The Ivy Chronicles Book 1 Sophie Jordan
Beautiful disaster: a novel by Jamie McGuire
One Week Girlfriend: a novel by Monica Murphy
The sanctity of hate: a medieval mystery by Priscilla Royal
Lucky stiff by Annelise Ryan
The Russian donation by Christoph Spielberg ; translated by Gerald Chapple
Wedding cake killer: a fresh-baked mystery by Livia J. Washburn
The llama of death: a Gunn Zoo mystery by Betty Webb
Amsterdam: a history of the world's most liberal city by Russell Shorto
The assassination of the archduke: Sarajevo 1914 and the romance that changed the world by Greg King and Sue Woolmans