Ravensbruck Life and Death in Hitler's Concentration Camp for Women by Sarah Helms. A valuable edition to Holocaust literature.
New England Bound Slavery and Colonization in Early America by Wendy Warren. Must American History read
Groucho Marx, The Comedy of Existence by Lee Siegel
Our Crowd The Great Jewish Families of New York City by Stephen Birmingham
The Tears of the Raja, Mutiny, Money and Marriage in India 1805 to 1905 by Ferdinand Mount. Great for those into British India
Mrs Guinness The Rise and Fall of Nancy Mitford by Lyndsy Spence. Explores in detail the connection between Hitler and the Mitford Family
The Swan in the Evening by Rosamund Lehmann. Her memoirs and spiritualistic reflections.
The Soul of Place A Creative Writing Workbook by Linda Lappin
The Lion in the Living Room. How Cats Tame Us by Abigail Tucker
Emma Jung, Her Marriage to Carl and the Early Years of Psychoanalysis by Catrina Clay.
Louis Bamberger Department Store Innovator and Philanthropist by Linda Forgosh
The Rhetoric of Fiction by Wayne Booth. A classic work of literary analysis
The Rest of Us America's Eastern European Jews by Stephen Birmingham
Madame Blavatsky The Woman Behind the Myth by Marion Meade
Wine and War, The French, The Nazis and the Battle for France's Greatest Treasure by Don and Petie Ladstrup
A House Full of Daughters A Memoir of Seven Generations by Juliet Nicholson
Bolshoi Confidential Secrets of the Russian Ballet by Simon Morrison
Curzon Imperial Statesman by David Gilmour.
European Literature and the Late Medieval Ages by Ernest Curtis
Four Nights in Paris After Dark in the City of Lights by John Baxter
Thomas Nash Political Cartoonist by Lynda Pflueger
Anti-Judaism and the Western Tradition by David Nirenbury. Essential reading
Nine Ways to Kill Your Mother Writers and their Families by Colin Toibin
George Eastman Bringing Photography to the People by Lynda Pflueger
How to Read A Poem and Learn to Love Poetry by Edward Hirsch. Read twice. Wonderful, deeply wise book
The Clothing of Books by Jhumpa Lahari
Dear Friend, From My Life I Write to You in Yours by Yiyun Li.essays on reading and writing
The Romanovs by Simon Montefiore
The Romanov Sisters by Helen Rappaport
Caught in the Revolution by Helen Rappaport
The Pen and the Brush How a Passion for Art Shaped Nineteenth Century French Novels by Anka Muhlstein