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After an unconventional childhood, Penny Baker learns that she’s inherited her deceased father’s house. When she arrives at the property, it’s occupied by anarchist squatters who’ve renamed it Nicotine. What follows is a funny clash of idealists and pragmatists, millennials and baby boomers and the families we’re born into versus the families we’ve chosen.
Phoebe Robinson is a comedian, writer and actress (she’s written for Broad City and hosts the hilarious podcasts “2 Dope Queens” and “Sooo Many White Guys”). Her debut collection of essays is unsurprisingly side-splitting but also takes a nuanced look at navigating the world as a woman of color.
A woman who needs no introduction, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is a total trailblazer (she’s just the second woman to serve on the court, of course). In her first book since becoming a justice in 1993, she addresses a wide range of topics, from gender equality and the inner workings of the Supreme Court to being Jewish and loving opera.
Fans of Tana French’s psychological thrillers should run to a bookstore (or log on to Amazon) to get ahold of her latest, about the aftermath of the murder of a 26-year-old in Dublin. If you’re not familiar with French’s work but love the twists and turns of female-driven murder mysteries (ahem, Gone Girl and Girl on the Train), get on board.
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