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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette - - PERSPECTIVE - 1. THE TATTOOIST OF AUSCHWITZ by Heather Mor­ris. 2. ELEANOR OLIPHANT IS COM­PLETELY FINE by Gail Honey­man. 3. LESS by An­drew Sean Greer. 4. THE HOUSE NEXT DOOR by James Pat­ter­son. 5. A DOG’S WAY HOME by W. Bruce Cameron. 1. SAPI­ENS by Yu­val Noah Harari. 2.

Fic­tion

1. WHERE THE CRAW­DADS SING by Delia Owens. A woman who sur­vives alone in the marsh be­comes a mur­der sus­pect.

2. CRU­CIBLE by James Rollins. Monk Kokkalis and Com­man­der Gray Pierce use ar­cane clues in hopes of pre­vent­ing a po­ten­tial apoc­a­lypse.

3. AN ANONY­MOUS GIRL by Greer Hen­dricks and Sarah Pekka­nen. Jes­sica Far­ris’ life un­rav­els when she signs up for Dr. Shields’ psy­chol­ogy study.

4. LIAR LIAR by James Pat­ter­son and Candice Fox. De­tec­tive Har­riet Blue has be­come a dan­ger­ous fugi­tive from the law as she pur­sues the mur­derer Re­gan Banks.

5. THE RECK­ON­ING by John Gr­isham. A dec­o­rated World War II vet­eran shoots and kills a pas­tor.

6. TURN­ING POINT by Danielle Steel. Four Amer­i­can trauma doc­tors face dif­fi­cult choices when they join a mass-ca­su­alty train­ing pro­gram in Paris.

7. THE GOLDEN TRESSES OF THE DEAD by Alan Bradley. Flavia de Luce, a 12-year-old de­tec­tive, is on the case when a hu­man fin­ger ends up in her sis­ter’s wed­ding cake.

8. FIRE AND BLOOD by Ge­orge R.R. Martin. The first vol­ume of the two-part his­tory of the Tar­garyens in Wes­teros.

9. THE ONLY WOMAN IN THE ROOM by Marie Bene­dict. Hedy La­marr flees to Hol­ly­wood where she be­comes a screen star and de­vel­ops tech­nol­ogy that might com­bat the Nazis.

10. THE NEW IBE­RIA BLUES by James Lee Burke. De­tec­tive Dave Ro­bicheaux and his new part­ner Bai­ley Rib­bons in­ves­ti­gate the death of a young woman by cru­ci­fix­ion.

Non­fic­tion

1. BE­COM­ING by Michelle Obama. The for­mer first lady de­scribes how she bal­anced work, fam­ily and her hus­band’s po­lit­i­cal as­cent.

2. ED­U­CATED by Tara West­over. The daugh­ter of sur­vival­ists leaves home for univer­sity.

3. MAID by Stephanie Land. An un­ex­pected preg­nancy forces the au­thor to nav­i­gate chal­lenges faced by the work­ing poor.

4. THE FIRST CON­SPIR­ACY by Brad Meltzer and Josh Men­sch. The story of a se­cret plot to kill Ge­orge Wash­ing­ton in 1776.

5. THE TRUTHS WE HOLD by Ka­mala Har­ris. A mem­oir by a daugh­ter of im­mi­grants who was raised in Oak­land, Calif., and be­came the sec­ond black woman ever elected to the United States Se­nate.

6. THE POINT OF IT ALL by Charles Krautham­mer, edited by Daniel Krautham­mer. A col­lec­tion of es­says, speeches and un­pub­lished writ­ings by the late con­ser­va­tive colum­nist.

7. THE LI­BRARY BOOK by Su­san Or­lean. The story of the 1986 fire at the Los An­ge­les Pub­lic Li­brary pro­vides a back­drop to the evo­lu­tion and pur­pose of li­braries.

8. BAD BLOOD by John Car­rey­rou. The rise and fall of biotech startup Ther­a­nos.

9. CHURCHILL: WALK­ING WITH DES­TINY by An­drew Roberts. A biog­ra­phy fo­cus­ing on what mo­ti­vated the war leader and how he learned from his mis­takes.

10. WOMEN ROW­ING NORTH by Mary Pipher. Re­flec­tions on the ageism, misog­yny and loss that women might en­counter as they grow older.

Paper­back fic­tion

1. THE TATTOOIST OF AUSCHWITZ by Heather Mor­ris.

2. ELEANOR OLIPHANT IS COM­PLETELY FINE by Gail Honey­man.

3. LESS by An­drew Sean Greer.

4. THE HOUSE NEXT DOOR by James Pat­ter­son. 5. A DOG’S WAY HOME by W. Bruce Cameron.

Paper­back non­fic­tion

1. SAPI­ENS by Yu­val Noah Harari.

2. WHITE FRAGILITY by Robin DiAn­gelo.

3. THE IN­NO­CENT MAN by John Gr­isham.

4. JUST MERCY by Bryan Steven­son.

5. THE BODY KEEPS THE SCORE by Bes­sel van der Kolk.

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