Wintertime always means an abundance of new non-fiction. Peruse some of the most recently added books:
We are what we eat: A slow food manifesto by Alice Waters (Food and drink)
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Recommended reads for Friday May 6th, 2021 are books included in the Festival of Literary Diversity
Jennifer Robertson was working hard to build a life for herself from the ashes of her first marriage. Still only twenty-six, she swiped right on a dating app and met Gerry Cotten: eccentric but funny and kind, and a bitcoin wizard, who quickly amassed substantial wealth through his company, Quadriga. Then, while the couple was on their honeymoon in India, Gerry fell ill and died in a matter of hours. It turned out that Gerry owed $250 million to Quadriga customers, and all the passwords to his encrypted virtual vaults, hidden on his many laptops, had died with him. Bitcoin Widow is Catch Me If You Can meets a widow betrayed, a life of fairy-tale romance and private jets torched by duplicity, as Jennifer Robertson tries to reset her life in the wake of one of the biggest investment scandals of the digital age.