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    Updated 4/23/14


    T.B.R: Visible City by Tovah Mirvis,
    The Museum of Extraordinary Things by Alice Hoffman.


    Currently Reading:
    The Empathy Exams Essays by Leslie Jamison, author of The Gin Closet.
    The Leonard Bernstein Letters edited by Nigel Simeone.
    Missing Microbes: How the Overuse of Antibiotics Is Fueling Our Modern Plagues by Martin Blaser, MD


    Newer Listings:

  • Scent of Butterflies by Dora Levy Mossanen.

  • Alena by Rachel Pastan.

  • Stranger in My Own Country: A Jewish Family in Modern Germary. by Yascha Mounnk.

  • The Rise of Abraham Cahan by Seth Lipsky.

  • Raw by Mark Haskell Smith.

  • The Silver Star by Jeanette Walls.

  • The Great Dissent: How Oliver Wendell Holmes Changed his Mind and changed the history of Free Speech in America.. by Thomas Healy.

  • The Impossible Lives of Greta Wells. by Andrew Sean Greer.

  • Treacherous Paradise by Henning Mankell

  • All That Is by Phillip Salter.

  • The Great Agnostic Robert Ingersoll and American Freethought by Susan Jacoby.

  • The Hour of Peril by Daniel Stashhower.

  • Ghost Man by Roger Hobbs.

  • Power Systems by Noam Chomsky.

  • Sweet Tooth by Ian McEwan.

  • Winter of the World Book Two of the Century Trilogy by Ken Follett.

  • In Praise of Messy Lives by Katie Roiphe.

  • Chasing Venus The Race To Measure the Heavens By Andrea Wulf.

  • Free Will By Sam Harris.

  • The Orphan Master by Jean Zimmerman.

  • Unorthodox:The Scandalous Rejection of My Hasidic Roots by Deborah Feldman.

  • When General Grant Expelled the Jews by Jonathan D. Sarna.

  • Bringing up Bébé by Pamela Druckerman.

  • The Inquisitor by Mark Allen Smith.

  • Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can't Stop Talking by Susan Cain.

  • Bad Boy of Music by George Antheil.

  • Hedy's Folly: The Life and Breakthrough Inventions of the Most Beautiful Woman in the World by Richard Rhodes.

  • Mudbound by Hillary Jordan.

  • Jews On Broadway An Historical survey of Performers, Playwrights, Composers, Lyricists, and Producers. By Stewart Lane.

  • When She Woke by Hillary Jordan.

  • The Leftovers by Tom Perrotta.

  • Ready Player One by Ernest Cline.

  • Sarah's Key by Tatiana De Rosnay.

  • La Seduction by by Elaine Sciolino.

  • The Greater Journey Americans in Paris by David McCullough.

  • The Forgotten Founding Father:Noah Webster's Obsessions and the Creation of an American Culture by Joshua Kendall.

  • Starting Out in the Evening by Brian Morton.

  • The Third Rail by Michael Harvey.

  • Crime Stories by Ferdinand Von Schirach.

  • Musical Stages an autobiography by Richard Rodgers.

  • A Fine Romance Jewish Songwriters, American Songs by David Lehman.

  • Comedy in a Minor Key by Hans Keilson.

  • Stealing Fatima by Frank X. Gaspar.

  • Sunset Park by Paul Auster.

  • Fall of Giants by Ken Follett.

  • What is Left The Daughter by Howard Norman.

  • The Frozen Rabbi by Steve Stern.

  • The Lady Matador's Hotel by Christina Garcia.

  • The Shallows:What the Internet is Doing to Our Brains by Nicholas Carr.

  • The Secret life of the grown-up brain : the surprising talents of the middle-aged mind by Barbara Strauch.

  • The Help by Kathryn Stockett.

  • Blooms of Darkness by Aharon Appelfeld.

  • Symphony in White by Adriana Lisboa.

  • The Harvard Psychedelic Club by Don Lattin.

  • Capitalism and the Jews by Jerry Z. Muller.

  • Blood and Faith:The Purging of Muslim Spain by Matthew Carr.

  • The Gin Closet by Leslie Jamison. ( March 7th)

  • The Girl Who Fell From the Sky by Heidi Durrow.( February 28th)

  • Making FreedomThe Extraordinary Life of Venture Smith by Chandler B. Smith and George A. Krimsky. ( February 2nd, 2010)

  • The Train to Lo Wu by Jess Row.( January 21st 2010)

  • In Cheap We Trust : The Story of a Misunderstood American Virtue by Lauren Weber. ( December 13th, 2009)

  • City of Strangers by Ian Mackenzie.( November 25th 2009)

  • The Healing of America:A Global Quest for Better, Cheaper, And Fairer Health Care by T.R Reid.(October 27th 2009)

  • The Road to Woodstock by Michael Lang.

  • Pandora in the Congo by by Albert Sanchez Piñol.

  • Hound Dog by Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller.

  • Appasionata by Eva Hoffman.

  • Doghead by Morten Ramsland.

  • LowBoy by John Wray.

  • Autism's false prophets : Bad science, risky medicine, and the search for a cure by Paul Offit MD.

  • Chasing Windmills by Catherine Ryan Hyde.( March 5th)

  • Unspoken by Mari Jungstedt.( February 11th)

  • Other Lives by Andre Brink.( February 9)

  • Marc Chagall by Jonathan Wilson. ( January 21st)

  • The Grift by Debra Ginsberg.( January 11th)

  • The Inner Circle by Mari Jungstedt. ( January 4, 2009)

  • Mr. Gatling's Terrible Marvel: The Gun that Changed Everything and The Misunderstood Genius Who Invented It. by Julia Keller. (December 11th)

  • My Father's Paradise by Ariel Sabar. ( November 11)

  • The Glimmer Palace by Beatrice Colin. ( October 17th 2008)

  • The Eye of the Leopard by Henning Mankell.( September 15th)

  • America, America by Ethan Canin. ( August 24th)

  • The Size of the World by Joan Silber. ( August 10th)

  • A Romance on Three Legs: Glenn Gould's Obsessive Quest for the Perfect Piano by Katie Hafner. ( July 20th)

  • The Good Thief's Guide To Amsterdam by Chris Ewan. ( July 8th)

  • The Cellist of Sarajevo by Steve Galloway. ( June 25th)

  • Hatred for Tulips by Richard Lourie. ( June 11th)

  • Trauma by Patrick McGrath. ( May 28th)

  • Go With Me by Castle Freeman Jr. ( April 15th)

  • Consequences by Penelope Livley. ( March 30th)

  • The Risk Of Infidelity Index by Christopher G. Moore. (March 27th)

  • Someone Knows My Name by Lawrence Hill.( February 12)

  • Water for Elephants by Sara Gruen( January 27)

  • Copernicus' Secret by Jack Repcheck. ( January 8)

  • Lost Genius by Kevin Bazzana.( December 18th)

  • Vaccinated By Paul Offit, MD.( December 10th)

  • The Conscience of a Liberal by Paul Krugman.( November 28th)

  • The Bad Girl by Marion Vargas Llosa.( November 21st)

  • Consumption by Kevin Patterson.( November 15th)

  • Bad Monkeys by Matt Ruff. (October 11)

  • On Kingdom Mountain by Howard Frank Mosher. (October 2nd)

  • The Texicans by Nina Vida.( September 22)

  • The Man in the Sharkskin Suit My Family's Exdous from Old Cairo to the New World by Lucette Lagnado.(September 16th)

  • Richistan: A Journey Through the American Wealth Boom and the Lives of the New Rich by Robert Frank.( August 30)

  • Blood Trail by Gary J. Cook.(August 6)

  • Beat Your Ticket- Go to Court & Win by David W. Brown.( August 20th 2007)

  • The Book Of Air and Shadows by Michael Gruber.(August 2)

  • Suite Française by Irène Némirovsky.( June 12)

  • Inheritance by Natalie Danford.( June 5)

  • Pound for Pound by F.X. Toole.( April 2)

  • Posh by Lucy Jackson. ( March 13)

  • Echo Park by Michael Connelly. ( February 27)

  • A Madman Dreams of Turing Machines by Janna Levin.(February 14)

  • A Life Issac B.Singer by Florence Noiville. (January 28)

  • Welcome to the Homeland by Brian Mann.( January 1)

  • Moral Majority by Brooke Allen.( December 20)

  • Imperium by Robert Harris.( December 2)

  • The Meaning of Night by Michael Cox.(November 2)

  • I Feel Bad About My Neck by Norah Ephron. ( September 20)

  • What to Eat by Marion Nestle. ( August 1)

  • Chew On This By Eric Schlosser and Charles Wilson. ( June 16)

  • Faith of the Founding Fathers by David L. Holmes.(June 13)

  • Sweet and Low by Rich Cohen. ( June 12)

  • Blood Fugues by Edgardo Vega Yunqué.(May 8)

  • The Ornament of the World: How Muslims, Jews, and Christians Created a Culture of Tolerance in Medieval Spain by Maria Rosa Menocal.(April 28)

  • Barney Ross by Douglas Century (March 15)

  • Maimonides by Sherwin B. Nuland (February 27)

  • Defining the World: The Extraordinary Story of Dr. Johnson's Dictionary by Henry Hitchings (February 8)

  • The Quest for Immortality by S. Jay Olshansky and Bruce Carnes.(January 31)

  • The Lost Painting by Jonathan Harr. ( January 17)

  • Imperial ambitions by Noam Chomsky.(January 10)

  • Stride Toward FreedomThe Montgomery Story by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.(December 29, 2005)

  • Successful Intelligence by Robert J. Sternberg. (December 18, 2005)

  • A Man Without A Country by Kurt Vonnegut. ( December 12. 2005)

  • Wolf Point by Edward Falco. (December 4, 2005)

  • The Secret Purposes by David Baddiel. (September 30th, 2005)

  • Divided Kingdom by Rupert Thompson.(September 26, 2005)

  • A Perfect Red by Amy Butler Greenfield.(August 18, 2005)

  • The Closers by Michael Connelly.(August 4, 2005)

  • The Angel of Forgetfulness by Steve Stern.(July 12, 2005)

  • 1776 by David McCullough.(July 6, 2005)

  • Soldiers and Slaves: American POWS Trapped by the Nazis Final Gamble by Roger Cohen.(July 5, 2005)

  • Hitler Youth by Michael Kater.(June 21, 2005)

  • Rules for Old Men Waiting by Peter Pouncey.(April 25th, 2005)

  • A Likeness by Sonia Overall.(March 13, 2005)

  • Blink by Malcolm Gladwell.(March 12, 2005)

  • Grace by Linn Ullmann.(March 7, 2005)

  • Seven Blessings by Ruchama King.(February 23, 2005)

  • The Plot Against America by Philip Roth. ( January 28, 2005)

  • Roads of the Heart by Christopher Tilghman. ( January 25, 2005)

  • A Black Englishman by Carolyn Slaughter.(January 4, 2005)

  • The Village Bride of Beverly Hills by Karita Daswani.(December 29, 2004)

  • The Shadow of the Wind by Carlos Ruiz Zafón. (December 27, 2004)

  • The Courage Consort by Michael Faber. (December 19, 2004)

  • Ulysses S. Grant by Josiah Bunting III (December 16, 2004).

  • American Dynasty: Aristocracy, Fortune, and the Politics of Deceit in the House of Bush by Kevin Phillips.( October 18, 2004)

  • Sweet and Vicious by David Schickler.(October 3, 2004)

  • War and the American Presidency by Arthur Schlesinger Jr.(September 26, 2004)


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