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Dissolution by W. Michael Gear

An apocalyptic tale of world financial collapse peppered with harsh realities we may be forced to face. A thriller with an eerily real basis that provides possible lessons about our current situation and how it could easily change for the worse.

Razzmatazz by Christopher Moore

A bizarre, hilarious, incredibly inventive fantasy from the master of the absurd. Probably not for nonfiction readers, but for those who love the wild humor of Moore, it’s just the ticket.

May God Forgive by Alan Parks

This is a real page-turner, especially if you enjoy conflicted protagonists, gritty crime fiction and atmospheric landscapes. 1970s Glasgow provides the rainy, gloomy backdrop for this dark tale of crime and near-crime committed by the villains and sometimes by the police.

The Books of Jacob by Olga Tokarczuk

A dense, complex and far-ranging but ultimately fully satisfying tale full of Jewish and European history, religion and politics will delight those who love big books about big ideas.

Saving Yellowstone by Megan Kate Nelson

The history of Yellowstone is checkered with altruism, egotism, greed and cruelty juxtaposed with notions of preserving important natural features for the enjoyment of the people. Great effort went into the conservation of what we now view as one of our nation’s greatest treasures.

After the Romanovs by Helen Rappaport

A comprehensive view of the Russian emigres, exiles from Imperial Russia and subsequently the Soviet Union. Intimate details of persons and outlines of the cultural and political outcomes engendered by the exodus at the turn of the 20th century. Rich with information and meticulously researched, it is a work of great merit.