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A Very Punchable Face by Colin Jost

He might look like a douche bag republican with a hefty inheritance (aka very punchable) but that couldn’t be further from who Colin Jost is.  In this memoir, he details his experience growing up in Staten Island with firefighter parents, commuting three hours per day to high school, attending Harvard while Facebook was being created, …

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The Book of Rosy: A Mother’s Story of Separation at the Border by Rosayra Pablo Cruz & Julie Schwietert Collazo

Compelling and urgently important, The Book of Rosy is the unforgettable story of one brave mother and her fight to save her family. When Rosayra “Rosy” Pablo Cruz made the agonizing decision to seek asylum in the United States with two of her children, she knew the journey would be arduous, dangerous, and quite possibly …

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Lock Every Door by Riley Sager

Jules Larson’s life has hit a rough patch. Recently single, she has nowhere to live and is quickly discovering her career won’t allow her to continue her life in New York City. When she sees a job description for an apartment sitter in a high-profile and mysterious Manhattan building, she knows she has to check …