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Had I Known: Collected Essays
Best known for her bestselling classic, Nickel and Dimed: On (Not) Getting By in America (2001), Ehrenreich now collects her articles and excerpts featuring the social concerns she has targeted in her long career. It's all here, from her award-winning "Welcome to Cancerland," to work done for Nickel and Dimed and Natural Causes (2018) to reviews and features in The New York Times Book Review, The Atlantic Monthly, and Harper's.
How to Be Fine: What We Learned from Living by the Rules of 50 Self-Help Books
Greenberg and Meinzer know something about self-help books. In each episode of their podcast By the Book, they take a look at a different self-help book, following its specific instructions, rules, and advice to the letter, from Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus to The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up to French Women Don’t Get Fat. Covering a wide range of topics from diets, relationships, and clutter to money management, meditation, saving the world, and preparing to die, the duo sort their results into three categories: things that worked, things that didn’t work, and things they wished more self-help books would recommend. An honest and humorous debut.
In Five Years
After Manhattan lawyer Dannie Cohan nails an important interview (and later accepts her boyfriend's marriage proposal), she goes to sleep knowing she is right on track to achieve her five-year plan. But when she wakes up, she's suddenly in a different apartment, with a different ring on her finger, and beside a very different man. It's the same night--December 15--but 2025, five years in the future. After a very intense hour, Dannie wakes again, back in 2020. She can't shake what has happened. It certainly felt like more than a dream, but she isn't the kind of person who believes in visions. She tries to forget about it--until 4 1/2 years later, when she meets the very same man from her long-ago vision. A striking and moving love story from the author of The Dinner List (2018).
When Quinn Barrett's son refuses to wear his costume to the Little Wonders Preschool Happy Halloween Parade she loses it--complete with stomping, screaming, and costume-destruction galore.
Not her best day. And caught on viral video. The posting culprit: tattooed, blue-haired West Coast transplant Daisy McGulch, out of place in the posh New England town and unable to blend in with the other perfect mommies. But when Quinn and Daisy find themselves unexpected cohorts in the fight for Little Wonders Parents Association supremacy, they also discover they have more in common than they expected. Can Quinn live down her new reputation? And how far will Daisy go to keep the truth from coming to light? A hilarious and clever read from the author of The Baby Plan (2018).
Revolver Road: A Harper McClain Mystery
Savannah crime reporter Harper McClain is hiding out on Tybee Island after receiving a phone call warning her that someone wanted her dead. Her only escape is her work at the newspaper, where the hottest story in town is the disappearance of Xavier Rayne. The singer had a hit album on his hands when he vanished. He's run away before, so everyone expects him to come home--until his body washes up with two bullet holes in it. As Harper digs deeper into the case, the threats against her life return. The phone call she received was very real. A killer from her past is coming for her. An exhilarating new mystery from the author of A Beautiful Corpse (2019).