Summer 2022 Avid Reader Press Catalog
Category: History
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TitleCountdown Bin Laden
AuthorWallace, Chris
Sub-ImprintAvid Reader Press
FormatPaperback
Category Full 1HISTORY / United States/21st Century
Category Full 2HISTORY / Military/United States
Category Full 3POLITICAL SCIENCE / Terrorism
ISBN-139781982176532
On Sale05/10/22
Title StatusNYP
US Price$17.99
CDN Price$24.99
Pages368
Cover StatusReady to Feed
#1 NATIONAL BESTSELLER * INSTANT NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER

Following Chris Wallace’s “riveting” (The New York Times) and “propulsive” (Time) first book Countdown 1945 comes a deeply reported, revelatory, and thrillingly told account of the final months of the hunt for Osama bin Laden.
TitleLife on the Mississippi
AuthorBuck, Rinker
Sub-ImprintAvid Reader press
FormatHardcover
Category Full 1HISTORY / Expeditions & Discoveries
Category Full 2HISTORY / United States/General
Category Full 3TRAVEL / Essays & Travelogues
ISBN-139781501106378
On Sale05/31/22
Title StatusNYP
US Price$32.5
CDN Price$44
Pages320
Cover StatusReady to Feed
The eagerly awaited return of master American storyteller Rinker Buck, whose last book The Oregon Trail was a triumphant New York Times bestseller, Life on the Mississippi is another epic, enchanting blend of history and adventure in which Buck builds an authentic wooden flatboat from the early 1800s and pilots it down the Mississippi River, illuminating the forgotten past of the river and its grand “flatboat era” that dramatically expanded the country in the decades before Western expansion.
TitleThe Fight to Save the Town
AuthorWilde Anderson, Michelle
Sub-ImprintAvid Reader press
FormatHardcover
Category Full 1POLITICAL SCIENCE / American Government/Local
Category Full 2HISTORY / United States/21st Century
Category Full 3BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Government & Business
ISBN-139781501195983
On Sale06/21/22
Title StatusNYP
US Price$30
CDN Price$39.99
Pages320
Cover StatusReady to Feed
A sweeping and authoritative study of wealth inequality and the dismantling of local government in four working-class cities across the US that passionately argues for reinvestment in people-centered leadership.
TitleFrom the River to the Sea
AuthorSedgwick, John
Sub-ImprintAvid Reader press
FormatPaperback
Category Full 1HISTORY / United States/19th Century
Category Full 2TRANSPORTATION / Railroads/History
Category Full 3TECHNOLOGY / History
ISBN-139781982104290
On Sale07/05/22
Title StatusNYP
US Price$19.99
CDN Price$26.99
Pages352
Cover StatusReady to Feed
“Riveting...A great read, full of colorful characters and outrageous confrontations back when the west was still wild.” —George R.R. Martin

A propulsive and panoramic history of one of the most dramatic stories never told—the greatest railroad war of all time, fought by the daring leaders of the Santa Fe and the Rio Grande to seize, control, and create the American West.