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Looking for something good to read? of Barbara VanDenburg reviews the shelves for this week’s hottest new books. All books go on sale Tuesday.

1. “Already Enough: Learning to Love Like Today”, Author: Valerie Bertinelli (Sailor, fiction)

What it’s about: The actress, author of a TV show and cookbook, is honest about being a middle-aged woman and offers an aging plan for other women to love herself.

Noise: “This thoughtful, heartfelt book is sure to be a hit for Bertinelli fans and those who crave self-acceptance stories,” says Kirkus Sharh.

2. “Putting a rabbit in a hat” Brian Cox (Grand Central, non-fiction)

What it’s about: Like Patriarch Logan Roy, who starred in HBO’s Vorussia series, Cox is not known for holding his tongue. The multi-faceted actor’s voice resonates in this boundless memory that reflects his rag-rich story.

Noise: “Wisdom, humility, and delicious gossip create interesting memories,” Kirkus Reviews says.

3. “It’ll be funny later”, Jenny Pentland (Harper, Fiction)

What it’s about: Roseanne Barr’s daughter, whose life experiences served as food for the sitcom “Roseanne,” writes this bitter memory of how she grew up in the shadow of her mother’s fame in the poisonous culture of fame.

Noise: “It’s hard to deny this candid depiction of the dark side of Hollywood,” Publishers Weekly said.

Preview:In her new memoir, Jami Attenberg honestly shares the joys and heartaches of the writer’s life.

4. The Manifesto of Never Surrender by Bernardine Evaristo (Grove, Fiction)

What it’s about: The author of the Booker Prize-winning book, Girl, Woman, Other, provides inspirational insights into the lives and creative perspectives of black Britons based on their lives.

Noise: “Students come up with a lot of ideas when they think about the power of art and determination,” Publishers Weekly says.

5. “Anatomy: a love story”, Dana Schwartz (Wednesday book, fiction)

What it’s about: From the creator of the “Holy Blood” podcast comes a luxurious gothic young adult romance about a young woman who wants to be a surgeon in Edinburgh in the Georgian era, she wants to be a surgeon, she intersects with a brave resurrected man she brought to dismember her body.

Noise: Publishers Weekly says, “Schwartz sews an exciting romance with the terrifying realities of 19th-century corpse-related medical practices in Edinburgh with an elegant touch.”

“A Thousand Steps”:An exciting new thriller set on the psychedelic Laguna beach of the 60s

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