ALUMNI FICTION Breakfast with Buddah by Roland Merullo ’75, ’76 AM (Melville House). The Slow Breath of Stone: A Romanesque Love Story by Pamela Petro ’82 (Harper Collins UK). The Cure for Remembering: A Dr. Nora Sternberg Mystery by Ruth Weissberger ’75 (Melville House).
ALUMNI NONFICTION The Genetic Strand: Exploring a Family History Through DNA by Edward Ball ’82 (Simon & Schuster). All the Money in the World: How the Forbes 400 Make — and Spend — their Fortunes by Peter W. Bernstein ’73 and Annalyn Swan (Knopf). Mexico, from Mestizo to Multicultural: National Identity and Recent Representations of the Conquest by Carrie C. Chorba ’98 PhD (Vanderbilt). Bear River: Last Chance to Change Course by Craig Denton ’69 (Utah State). Parenting Without Fear: Letting Go of Worry and Focusing on What Really Matters by Paul J. Donahue ’83 (St. Martins). Spiritual Radical: Abraham Joshua Heschel in America, 1940–1972 by Edward K. Kaplan ’64 (Yale). The Mental Health Needs of Young Offenders edited by Carol L. Kessler ’83, ’87 MD and Louis James Kraus (Cambridge). Madeleine de l’Aubespine Selected Poems and Translations: A Bilingual Edition by Anna Klosowska ’94 PhD (Chicago). Sedaris by Kevin Kopelson ’91 PhD (Minnesota). A Discontented Diaspora: Japanese Brazilians and the Meanings of Ethnic Militancy, 1960–1980 by Jeffrey Lesser ’84 AM (Duke). Mothers-in-Law and Daughters-in-Law; Understanding the Relationship and What Makes Them Friends or Foe by Deborah Merrill ’91 PhD (Praeger). Sketches from a Secret War: A Polish Artist’s Mission to Liberate Soviet Ukraine by Timothy Snyder ’91 (Yale). Desire: Women Write About Wanting, edited by Lisa Solod Warren ’78 (Seal). The Everything Guide to Starting a Catering Business by Joyce Weinberg ’85 (Adams Media).
FACULTY NONFICTION Toxic Exposures: Contested Illnesses and the Environmental Health Movement by Phil Brown (Columbia). Disaster Archaeology by Richard A. Gould (Utah). Disability in Twentieth-Century German Culture by Carol Poore (Michigan). Popular Ideologies: Mass Culture ad Mid-Century by Susan Smulyan (Penn).