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Trials of Walter Ogrod, The
Reviewed on March 15, 2017 by Booklist
Booklist says “fans of the Making a Murderer series will be especially outraged by this unjust case.” 
Einstein and the Time Machine
Reviewed on March 15, 2017 by Kirkus Reviews
Kirkus calls Einstein and the Time Machine "an illuminating profile that takes as proper note of the great brain's pacifism as it does of his revolutionary ideas."
Everybody Had an Ocean
Reviewed on March 15, 2017 by Booklist
Booklist calls Everybody Had an Ocean a "sprawling, entertaining, and sometime lurid, narrative about artists who, bursting with creative energy, converged in L.A."
Judy and I
Reviewed on March 7, 2017 by EDGE Media Network
EDGE says “[Luft’s] writing is gutsy, honest and blunt.”
Junk Drawer Engineering
Reviewed on March 1, 2017 by Kirkus Reviews
Kirkus calls Junk Drawer Engineering "Hours of fun for STEM-inclined kids, parents, caregivers, and teachers."
Krysia
Reviewed on March 1, 2017 by School Library Journal
School Library Journal positively reviewed Krysia, saying, “Painting a vivid picture of a child’s experience as a civilian caught among warring powers, Mihulka’s story offers many opportunities for discussion, especially given the current refugee crisis.” 
Alexandra the Great
Reviewed on March 1, 2017 by Kirkus Reviews
Kirkus calls Alexandra the Great "A straightforward biography of one of thoroughbred racing's greatest mares."
Judy and I
Reviewed on February 25, 2017 by The New Yorker
The New Yorker says "In prose so brassy that it bruises the sensibilities, Luft, who died in 2005, illuminates the dark side of life in the spotlight and dispels any sentimental illusions about the glories of show business in Hollywood’s classic age." 
Everybody Had an Ocean
Reviewed on February 15, 2017 by Kirkus Reviews
In a starred review, Kirkus calls Everybody Had an Ocean an "excellent social history" and an "indispensable account of a time of beauty and terror." 
Pirate Women
Reviewed on February 15, 2017 by Booklist
Booklist says "Duncombe's well-researched account will appeal to history and women's studies afficionados, lovers of myth and lore, and all interested in viewing the past through a new lens." 
Judy and I
Reviewed on February 15, 2017 by Kirkus Reviews
Kirkus says "Garland fanatics will gobble up [Luft's] detailed, insightful backstage accounts of Garland's classic late productions and gossipy tidbits about their social circle." 
Miguel's Gift
Reviewed on February 6, 2017 by Publishers Weekly
Publishers Weekly says author Bruce Kading, "handles the nitty-gritty of arrests, infighting among criminals, and politics well, but it's the transformation of [INS agent Nick] Hayden that most impresses."