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Here are this week’s new titles:

“The Midnight Crossing,” Abby Howard; “The Rope: A True Story of Murder, Heroism, and the Beginning of the NAACP”, Alex Tresniowski; “A Worse Place Than Hell: How the Civil War Battle of Fredericksburg Changed a Nation,” John Matteson; “A Most Strange Book: The Inherent Strangeness of the Bible,” Kristin Swenson; “Dirty Gold: The Rise and Fall of an International Smuggling Ring,” Jay Weaver, Nicholas Nehamas, Jim Wyss, and Kyra Gurney; “The Girl Explorers: The Untold Story of the Globetrotters Who Hiked, Flown, and Fought the World,” Jayne Zanglein; “Dealing Fear,” New Science Shows How To Break The Cycles Of Worry And Fear To Heal The Mind, “says Judson Brewer.” Frightful Favorites: 31 Movies To Watch Out For Your Halloween And Beyond, “David J. Skal; “Broke in America: See, Understand, and End US Poverty”, Joanne S. Goldblum and Colleen Shaddox; “The Good Girls: An Ordinary Killing,” Sonia Faleiro.

“What’s mine and yours”, Naima Coster; “Masters of Revelations: A Return to Neal Stephenson’s DODO”, Nicole Galland; “We start at the end,” Chris Whitaker; “Good Eggs”, Rebecca Hardiman; “Don’t forget me”, Alexandra Oliva; “Girl A”, Abigail Dean; “Flowers of Darkness”, Tatiana de Rosnay; “See her die,” Melinda Leigh; “Nighthawking”, Russ Thomas; “The Removed” by Brandon Hobson.