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Jodi Picoult: Larger Than Life

Jodi PicoultJodi Picoult is the best-selling author of twenty-one novels, including Nineteen Minutes, Keeping Faith, and My Sister's Keeper. Among her other works is the young adult novel Between the Lines, co-written with her daughter Samantha van Leer, and five issues of the Wonder Woman comic-book series. A graduate of Princeton and Harvard, Picoult is the recipient of the New England Bookseller Award for Fiction, among others.

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Of Mice and Me
At 37, with a new girlfriend and sudden prosperity as an author, Mishka Shubaly thought his life was going great. But when he adopts an orphaned mouse, his world is turned on its head. The mouse comes to symbolize everything left unresolved in his life--his relationship with his divorced parents, his fear of commitment, and his inability to feel true happiness. By turns hilarious and moving, Shubaly’s latest captures the journey we all take in life--from being loved, to giving love.
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Kindle Single Marked for sacrifice by her own father, a young woman must rely on her wits and memories of her mother to survive. She flees to the hills, knowing her father’s stone blade may appear at any time to claim her—while the unburied dead of her people also hunt her in the low ravines. In her long flight in the dark, Jepthah's daughter will hold her own death close so that no one can take it from her.

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Kindle Single With her shocking dismissal, former New York Times editor Jill Abramson can now be added to the list of women who have been hired to run large corporations – only to be publicly fired soon thereafter. Barnard College president Debora Spar explores this troubling trend, called the glass cliff, and asks important questions about the challenges that confront women and minorities in the workplace.

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PAGE-TURNING NARRATIVESMEMOIRS
Kindle Single At a remote military base, Navy sonar technicians hear a confounding sound--a whale singing alone in the Pacific Ocean, inaudible to other members of its species. Three thousand miles away, a 48-year-old woman in Harlem plunges into a coma. She wakes up in a hospital room, barely able to speak, adrift in the world. Leslie Jamison, best-selling author of The Empathy Exams, weaves together these stories in a bold exploration of scientific discovery refracted through the lens of human longing.

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