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    5 new books to find at your local bookstore.

    Katie Yee

    December 13, 2022, 8:38am

    What’re you waiting for? Five perfect reasons to stop by your favorite indie today.


    gunk baby

    Jamie Marina Lau, Gunk Baby
    (Astra House)

    “Lau delivers an astute narrative … an exposé of and warning to a society on the verge of failing its young adults.”
    –Shelf Awareness

    opium and other stories

    Géza Csath, tr. Jascha Kessler and Charlotte Rogers, Opium and Other Stories
    (Europa Editions)

    “This striking collection from Csáth (1887-1919) introduces readers to the physician, writer, and musician’s fertile imagination … Throughout, Csáth demonstrates a thrilling and unnerving commitment to amoral presentations of dark subject matter.”
    –Publishers Weekly

    Allan Kozinn and Adrian Sinclair, The McCartney Legacy
    (Dey Street Books)

    “A fulsome biography set during a crucial period of the iconic musician’s life … A gold mine for avid fans.”

    Franklin A. Thomas, An Unplanned Life
    (New Press)

    “Thomas’s extraordinary life, lived in service to community, equality, and basic human rights, will inspire readers to accept the mantle of bettering society.”
    –Library Journal

    the tudors in love

    Sarah Gristwood, The Tudors in Love
    (St. Martin’s Press)

    “Gristwood’s prose is as seductive as the subject matter. Be prepared to fall in love.”
    –The Wall Street Journal

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