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Rose McGowan, Jackie Kennedy, Jojo Moyes and More: 31 New Books By or About Women

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Since day one, women have been leading the way in 2018. Calling for more women to be considered for Grammys this past Sunday, to the second Women’s March a week ago and representing the #MeToo movement at the Golden Globes, women have made it clear that this is the year of the woman, that we will be heard and we are not backing down. In preparing the list of new books out this week, we found that an abundance of books we are looking forward to reading are penned by women or are about women (as is the case with J. Randy Taraboreilli’s book on Jacqueline Kennedy, the only book on our list written by a man). Here are this…

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Celebrating the 100th Birthday of Original Bad-Boy Superstar Frank Sinatra

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One hundred years after his birth, the man is gone, but his miraculous voice remains. His legend looms just as large, and his eyes, twinkling at us from below the rim of a snappy fedora on the cover of any number of albums, are just as blue. “Few American vocalists have had the impact of Frank Sinatra on our pop culture,” said J. Randy Taraborrelli, author of Sinatra: Behind the Legend (Grand Central Publishing, 2015). “He’s of a time when great singers were America’s special pride. No one has ever come close to his ability to deliver a song and impart to the listener the full emotion of that tune.” Making his “debut” in 1915 in Hoboken, New Jersey, the…

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