RECENT DEALS

FILTHY BEASTS, a memoir, (S&S), by Kirkland Hamill

THE INVISIBLE PATIENT: A Father, a Son, and a Quest for a Cure (Hachette Books), by Tracie White with Ronald Davis

HIDDEN SYSTEMS: A Graphic History of Wate, Waste, Wires, and the Web (Random House Graphic), by Dan Nott

THAT WILD COUNTRY: The Epic Tale of America's Public Lands and the Plot to Steal Them (Little a), by Mark Kenyon

THIS LAND IS MY LAND: An Atlas of Micronations, Failed Utopias, and Strange Dreams (Chronicle), by Sofie-Louis Dam and Andry Warner

THE SECOND CHANCE CLUB: On the Front Lines with the New Orleans District of Probabtion and Parole (HMH) by Jason Hardy

HOME BAKED: My Mom, Marijuana, and the Stoning of San Fransisco (HMH), by Alia Volz

THE RED FLEET: A Secret History of Soviet Whaling (U of Chicago Press), by Ryan Jones

GOLIATH: How Monopoly Power Took Over the World (S&S), by Matt Stoller

BELOW THE EDGE OF DARKNESS: Notes from an Underwater Life (Spiegel & Grau), by Edie Widder, Ph.D.

WHEN THE EARTH HAD TWO MOONS: Planet Formation and the Meaning of Life (Custom House), by Erik Asphaug, Ph.D.

THE PERFORMANCE OF MIRACLES: Alexander Graham Bell, the Invention of the Telephone, and the Quest to Cure Deafness (S&S), by Katie Booth

THE BUTTERFLY EFFECT:Insects and the Making of the Modern World (Knopf), by Edward Melillo

THE GHOSTSHIPS OF ARCHANGEL: An Abandoned Convoy, Hitler's Navy, and the Race to Arctic Russia (Viking), by William Geroux

AMERICAN CIPHER, by Matt Farwell and Michael Ames (Penguin Press) - represented in tandem with Chris Parris-Lamb at The Gernert Company

A MOST REMARKABLE CREATURE: In Search of the Caracaras, by Jonathan Meiburg (Knopf)

COOK TO THRIVE: Recipes to Fuel Body and Soul (Clarkson Potter) by Nathalie Coughlin

DID YOU JUST EAT THAT? Double-Dipping, the Five-Second Rule, and Other Creative Inquiries into Food and Bacteria (Norton), by Paul Dawson and Brian Sheldon

DREAMING IN BASEBALL: Jim Bouton, Ball Four, and a Life on the Outside (U of Nebraska), by Mitchell Nathanson

A TEAM OF THEIR OWN: A Story of Sacrifice, Sisterhood and a Search for Belonging (Hanover Sq), by Seth Berkman