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Lure Net­flix ad­dicts away from the screen I’ll Be There For You: The One About Friends

BY KELSEY MILLER

( HANOVER, 304 PAGES, $ 33.50) This rewinds to the must-see TV years and dives into how the 1990s sit­com (and “the Rachel” hair­cut) be­came a phe­nom­e­non. Could it be any more up their al­ley?

The House Witch

BY ARIN MUR­PHY- HIS­COCK ( ADAMS ME­DIA,

256 PAGES, $ 22.99) A com­pen­dium of charms, crafts, ev­ery­day spells and herbal­ism to prac­tise at home (just like cousin Am­brose).

Ma’am Dar­ling: Ninety-Nine Glimpses of Princess Margaret

BY CRAIG BROWN

( FSG, 432 PAGES, $ 36.50) A cheeky, pris­matic bio of the im­pe­ri­ous mis­be­hav­ing princess that’s saucy and (mostly) fac­tual – just like The Crown.

The Moscow Sleep­ers

BY STELLA RIM­ING­TON ( BLOOMS­BURY, 320 PAGES, $ 36) Who can you trust? Dame Stella, the for­mer direc­tor­gen­eral of MI5 (yep, she’s ba­si­cally M) and au­thor of the lat­est Liz Car­lyle es­pi­onage escapade.

Dun­geons and Dragons Art and Ar­cana

BY MICHAEL WITWER ET AL. ( TEN SPEED PRESS,

448 PAGES, $ 66) Ex­pert D&D his­to­ri­ans weigh in with this de­fin­i­tive vis­ual his­tory of the role-play­ing game, in­clud­ing paint­ings, ephemera and scripts.

Snoop Dogg: From Crook to Cook

BY SNOOP DOGG AND RYAN FORD ( CHRON­I­CLE, 192 PAGES, $ 34.95) The rap­per shares his unique cook­ing skills and favourite meals, in­clud­ing the orig­i­nal recipe for gin and juice. Martha had bet­ter watch out.

Text Me When You Get Home

BY KAYLEEN SCHAE­FER ( DUT­TON, 288 PAGES, $ 32) Dy­namic duo Rachel Bros­na­han and Alex Borstein forged a pow­er­ful and com­plex bond on­screen; here, Kayleen Schae­fer delves into fe­male friend­ships, from her own to those in pop cul­ture such as The Golden Girls, Pitch Per­fect and the Ghost­busters re­boot.

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