Leonard: My Fifty-Year Friendship with a Remarkable Man by William Shatner, David Fisher
In the original Star Trek series, Mr. Spock's contemplative temperament was balanced by Capt. Kirk's emotive and physical nature. Now it's the captain's turn to reflect. … A fond remembrance of Leonard Nimoy by one who knew him like no other.
The Immortal Irishman: The Irish Revolutionary Who Became an American Hero by Timothy Egan
Egan has a gift for sweeping narrative—he moves briskly through the Great Hunger, the open-air prison that was Australia, the Civil War—and he has a journalist's eye for the telltale detail…This is masterly work.
The Industries of the Future by Alec Ross
"Discerning insights on approaching changes to our economic and social landscapes and solid advice on how we should navigate them."
Family Jewels (Stone Barrington Series #37) by Stuart Woods
A low-stakes, low-octane thriller that seems to have been cobbled together entirely from dead ends.
The Last Mile (Amos Decker Series #2) by David Baldacci
When readers first met Decker, he was maladjusted and brilliant, his NFL career cut short by a vicious hit that altered his life and left him with perfect recall. And it was his incredible memory that solved his cases. This new, improved, vanilla Decker is less interesting than the damaged hero Baldacci first introduced. And while the case starts out with plenty of potential, Decker’s incredible memory really isn’t flexed much here, so it’s ultimately solved by ordinary detective work.
The Beast (Black Dagger Brotherhood Series #14) by J. R. Ward
“The beauty of this story totally BLEW ME AWAY...The Beast made me feel like I had come home, everything was as it should be and even better than I had remembered. It met the criteria for what I want in a romance, heart and panty-melting goodness. It was magnificent and one of the most beautiful stories I’ve read in a really long time. Well done, well done indeed.”