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“Fifty Inventions That Shaped the Modern Economy,” by Tim Harford, Riverhead Books, 2017, 336 pages, $28

  • By JoAn W. Martin
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”The Horse Dancer,” by Jojo Moyes, Penguin Publishing Group, 2017, 442 pages

  • By TERRI SCHLICHENMEYER
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“Called to Rise,” by Dallas Police Chief (Ret.) David O. Brown (with Michelle Burford), 2017, Ballantine Books, 261 pages, $28

  • By JoAn Watson Martin
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“Baldilocks and the Three Dares,” by Jimothy Newton, 2017, for ages 8 and older, 150 pages, $20.95

  • By JoAn W. Martin
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“The Book of Polly: A Novel,” by Kathy Hepinstall, Pamela Dorman Books, 2017, hardcover, 336 pages, $26

  • By MARK LARDAS
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“Faithful Shep: The Story of a Hero Dog and the Nine Texas Rangers Who Saved Him,” by Don DeNevi, Texas Review Press, 2017, 200 pages, $18.95

  • By JoAn W. Martin
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”The Stars Are Fire,” by Anita Shreve, Knopf Publishers, 2017, eBook, 212 pages

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“Once a Cop: The Street, The Law, Two Worlds, One Man,” by Corey Pegues, 2016, Atria, 320 pages, $16

  • By MARGARET BARNO
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”For the Glory: Eric Liddell’s Journey from Olympic Champion to Modern Martyr,” by Duncan Hamilton, Penguin Press, 2017, paperback, 400 pages, $17

  • By MARK LARDAS
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“The First Tour de France: Sixty Cyclists and Nineteen Days of Daring on the Road to Paris,” by Peter Cossins, Nation Books, 2017, hardcover, 384 pages, $27

  • By TERRI SCHLICHENMEYER
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“The Cook Up: A Crack Rock Memoir,” by D. Watkins, 2017, Grand Central, 262 pages, $14.99

  • By JoAn W. Martin
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”Hawk Mother,” by Kara Hagedorn, Web of Life Children’s Books, hardback, 2017, for ages 5-9, 32 pages, $16.95