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NEW BOOKS MARK HOLTHAUS


THE WRITE STUFF 10 Great Reads NONFICTION 7 5


FURBO DOG CAMERA Developed with input from


professional dog trainers and vets, the Furbo Dog Camera is designed to make sure your dog can always feel your love. No matter where you travel, a smartphone app will let you keep tabs on your pooch, provide comfort, and even dispense treats. Furbo is equipped with HD video resolution and night vision, enabling you to see your buddy in crisp video regardless of the room’s lighting level. Price: $200 Web: Furbo.com


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SUREFLAP MICROCHIP PET FEEDER


Developed for smaller dogs in


multi-pet homes, the SureFlap Microchip Pet Feeder only flips open to reveal its hidden food compartment when an authorized pooch approaches. The device is designed to stop pets from stealing each other’s food or to accommodate dogs that are on a special diet. Price: $150 Web: SurePetCare.com


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DOGTREAD Keep your dog in top shape


even when the weather doesn’t allow a leisurely walk outside. Standard features on all models include a steel frame, vibration-free design, transport wheels, automatic shutoff, and recessed treat holder. Great for pet owners who have difficulty walking, yet want to keep their dog in fit condition. Comes in different sizes. Price: $800 Web: DogTread.com


Movie Nights with the Reagans


Mark Weinberg


Unscripted, relaxed, with no cameras in sight, Ronald and Nancy Reagan retreated to Camp David to screen new and classic films. This memoir gives you a front-row seat with America’s favorite couple.


Directorate S Steve Coll


Fast-paced and informative, this book lays bare the United States’ relentless intelligence, military, and diplomatic efforts since 9/11 to defeat al-Qaida and the Taliban where they live and conduct terror operations.


The Future of Humanity


Michio Kaku


No longer just science fiction, humans civilizing the planets and beyond is a real possibility, perhaps a necessity. Providing a future for humans might just demand a need for space exploration.


FICTION


Jackie, Janet & Lee


J. Randy Taraborrelli


Explore the lives of Janet Auchincloss and her daughters, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis and Lee Radziwill. This fascinating biography covers three of the most glamorous women of the 20th century.


The Triumph of Christianity


Bart D. Ehrman


Christianity started as a forbidden religion. In less than 400 years, the beliefs of a few followers captured Western spiritual life, art, music, literature, philosophy, ethics, economics, and law.


The Shape of Water


Daniel Kraus


Billed as a two-tiered release with Guillermo del Toro’s Academy Award-caliber movie, this blockbuster explores a mute woman janitor falling in love with a captured amphibious man.


Munich Robert Harris


Bonded long ago at Oxford but each now an aide to the opposing British and German wartime leaders, the intriguing plot’s heroes collide in historical accuracy at the 1938 Munich Conference.


City of Endless Night


Douglas Preston, Lincoln Child


An FBI special agent and a New York Police detective set out to uncover who is leaving headless bodies around the city, and why. And there’s no time to waste.


Eternal Life Dara Horn


No, it’s not a vampire book. But the heroine of this unique story has lived dozens of different lives since making a spiritual pact long ago to save the special one of her hundreds of children. Now she wants out.


Need to Know


Karen Cleveland


A real page- turner about a happily married CIA analyst who’s skilled at surfacing Russian agents hiding in plain sight, but then gets her hands on a list of really prized catches only to discover . . .


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