Browder, Bill: FREEZING ORDER: A TRUE STORY OF MONEY LAUNDERING, MURDER, AND SURVIVING VLADIMIR PUTIN’S WRATH
Georges, Gigi: DOWNEAST: FIVE MAINE GIRLS AND THE UNSEEN STORY OF RURAL AMERICA
Gooley, Tristan: HOW TO READ WATER, CLUES AND PATTERNS FROM PUDDLES TO THE SEA
Readers will learn how to gauge depth, navigate, forecast weather and make other predictions with water.
Hanah-Jones, Nicole: THE 1619 PROJECT
African-American author, a winner of the Pulitzer Prize, has collected stories of enslaved people written by thirty-five African-American authors. It consists of fiction and poetry and tells of the struggles of enslaved people in the United States from 1619 to 2019, a period of 400 years.
Hill, Fiona: THERE IS NOTHING FOR YOU HERE, FINDING OPPORTUNITY IN THE 21ST CENTURY
A celebrated foreign policy expert and key impeachment witness reveals how declining opportunity has set America on the grim path of modern Russia — and draws on her personal journey out of poverty, as well as her unique perspectives as a historian and policymaker to show how we can return to our forgotten places. —Publisher’s note
Kimmerle, Erin: WE CARRY THEIR BONES: THE SEARCH FOR JUSTICE AT THE DOZIER SCHOOL FOR BOYS
Against fierce opposition, a forensic anthropologist investigates the notorious Dozier School for Boys revealing the true history of the events behind the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel The Nickel Boys. —Publisher’s note
Ferrer, Ada: AN AMERICAN HISTORY CUBA
With rousing stories and characters, drawing on thirty years of research in Cuba, Spain and the United States, the author tells her amazing story. Winner of the Pulitzer Prize.
Short, Philip: PUTIN
Benway, Robin: A YEAR TO THE DAY (Young adult)
A teenager struggles to cope with the death of her sister killed in an automobile accident. Told in reverse chronological order over the course of a year.
Seaman, John: FROM THE MARSHALL PLAN TO COVID-19: JAMES G. LOWENSTEIN AT 94
Hecksher, Philip: TOGO, A TRAVEL MEMOIR
The author writes a memoir with many photographs telling of a trip made with a friend from tiny Togo to cross West Africa. The journey began in 1969 and continued in 1971. Philip Hecksher lived on Mt. Desert Island for several years.
Wood, Robin Clifford: THE FIELD HOUSE: A WRITER’S LIFE LOST AND FOUND ON AN ISLAND IN MAINE
Author Robin Wood, a writer, purchased and lives in Rachel Field’s house on Sutton Island overlooking Mt. Desert. Wood became inspired to tell the life story of the famous author who wrote the Newbery Award Winner Hitty, Her First Hundred Years and several other books of poetry and fiction. Robin gave an excellent presentation at the Seal Harbor Library this summer.