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This is where you'll find all the new & noteworthy books you hear about on Morning Edition, Fresh Air, All Things Considered and weekend programming. Look for the I Read It On NHPR display at Gibson's Bookstore, 45 S. Main Street, Concord NH

I Read It On NHPR for August

Judy Blume - In the Unlikely Event
Daniel Silva - The Black Widow
Chuck Klosterman - But What If We're Wrong?
Kelly Link - Get In Trouble
Jeffrey Toobin - American Heiress
John Dickerson - Whistlestop
Amy Schumer - The Girl with the Lower Back Tattoo
Susan Quilliam - How to Choose a Partner
Jessica Lahey - The Gift of Failure
David Sobel - Beyond Ecophobia
Robin MacArthur - Half Wild
Erik Reece - Utopia Drive
Rich Wallace and Sandra Neil Wallace - Blood Brother: Jonathan Daniels and His Sacrifice for Civil Rights
C.E. Morgan - The Sport of Kings
Olivia Laing - The Lonely City
Jade Sharma - Problems
Katherine Towler - The Penny Poet of Portsmouth
Nadja Spielgelman - I’m Supposed to Protect You From All of This
Yaa Gyasi - Homegoing
Karan Mahajan - The Association of Small Bombs
Tony Tulathimutte - Private Citizens
Nicole Dennis-Benn - Here Comes the Sun

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