The 13 Best Books to Pick Up This January
These are the titles to pick up now, including Nadia Murad's harrowing personal account of survival in Iraq and Janet Fitch's enchanting take of a young woman falling in love while falling for the Bolsheviks.
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We Were Strangers Once
Grand Central Publishing
Bighearted and epic in scope, this novel traces
the intertwined fates of European immigrants cobbling together uncertain lives
in World War II–era Manhattan, having slipped the Führer's grasp only to
grapple with backbreaking work and the rising threat of American nativism.