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The candor of the correspondence
to and from Leonard Bernstein (most
previously unseen) reveals much about
this complex man, his collaborators,
his mentors, his enthusiasms and those
close to him.

FOR THE EPHRON FAN
Nora Ephron: The Most of Nora
Ephron (Knopf)
This compendium of more than 555
pages of the work of the late, great
writer includes Nora Ephron's novel
Heartburn, her screenplay for When
Harry Met Sally, as well as columns,
blog posts and her final play, Lucky
Guy.
Delia Ephron: Sister Mother
Husband Dog (Blue Rider Press)
Delia Ephron (Nora's sister) is out
with a new memoir that includes essays
titled "Losing Nora; "Am I Jewish
Enough?" and ""Why I Can't Write
About My Mother."

FOR THE GENEALOGY
BUFF
David Laskin: The Family: Three
Journeys into the Heart of the
Twentieth Century (Viking)
In this nonfiction narrative, the
author traces the roots of his own fam-
ily that spans three great upheavals
that affected Jews in the 20th century:
immigration (his Russian-born immi-
grant relatives founded the iconic
American brand Maidenform); World
War II and the Holocaust (an entire
branch of Laskin's family tree disap-

Last Hero, a biography of Raoul
Wallenberg, delivers a moment-by-
moment account of the public and
private last months of JFK's life, reveal-
ing the loss to a nation deprived of a
leader on the cusp of delivering on his
extraordinary promise.
Philip Shenon: A Cruel and
Shocking Act: The Secret History of
the Kennedy Assassination (Henry
Holt)
An investigative reporter formerly
with the New York Times, Shenon,
a bestselling author of a book on the
9-11 Commission, brings to light the
missing pieces of the puzzle surround-
ing the assassination and the inner
workings of the Warren Commission,
charged with an impossible task.
Martin W Sandler, editor:
The Letters of John F. Kennedy
(Bloomsbury USA)
The first-ever collection of cor-
respondence to and from JFK on the
50th anniversary of his death, edited
by historian/author Sandler and based
on more than 2 million pieces of corre-
spondence from the Kennedy Library
Archives in Boston.

pears); and the founding of Israel.

FOR THE WRITER
Dani Shapiro: Still Writing: The
Perils and Pleasures of a Creative Life
(Atlantic Monthly Press)
At once a memoir, meditation on the
artistic process and advice on craft, this
witty, heartfelt and practical look at the
exhilarating and challenging process of
storytelling is an intimate and eloquent
companion to living a creative life.

FOR THE AMATEUR
ARCHEOLOGIST
Katharina Galor and Hanswulf
Bloedhorn: The Archaeology of
Jerusalem: From the Origins to the
Ottomans (Yale University Press)
Surveying more than 3,000 years
of building in Jerusalem, the authors
use diagrams, photos, paintings and
maps, providing a scholarly guide to
Jerusalem's sacred, civic and domestic
architecture.

FOR THE WEDDING
OBSESSED
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(365 Edge)
Written by a veteran pop-culture
authority, this book is a day-by-day
selection of some of the most memora-
ble celebrity weddings of all time — of
Hollywood icons past and present, rock
and pop stars, presidents and princess-
es, models and moguls, and more.

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Jacques Lowe: The Kennedy
Years (Rizzoli)
Replete with many never-before-
seen photographs, this posthumous
memoir draws on previously unpub-
lished oral histories, gallery talks and
speeches by German Jewish-born pho-
tographer Jacques Lowe; the official
photographer of JFK's 1960 campaign
went on to document the off-duty life
of America's first family, helping to
established the Camelot myth in the
popular imagination.
Guy Russo and Harry Moses:
Where Were You?: America
Remembers the JFK Assassination
(Lyons Press)
This 300-page book of compiled
interviews accompanies the two-hour
NBC documentary airing on Nov. 22
in which special correspondent Tom
Brokaw interviewed people close to
the tragedy as well as former heads
of state, politicians, authors, journal-
ists, performers, musicians and more;
it examines the effect of President
Kennedy's death on America and the
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