Friday Question #201 - Cover with a Black & White Photo

Happy Friday, Readers!

What’s your favorite book that features a black and white photo on the cover? Recommend a read and help a fellow reader check off a square on their March Bookish Bingo board!

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“Truly, Madly, Deadly” by Hannah Jayne

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Historical fiction: The Huntress by Kate Quinn

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Mourning The Presidents (Lindsay Chervinsky)

Better Luck Next Time
by Julia Caliborne Johnson

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If you like biography/memoirs at all, it’s fairly easy to find something of interest:
Agent Josephine The Beauty of Living Twice / Sharon Stone The Good Neighbor Barracoon / Zora Neale Hurston

Finding Me / Viola Davis The Secret Listener: An Ingenue in Mao's Court Civil Rights Queen: Constance Baker Motley One Life / Megan Rapinoe

My Life of Crime, Redemption and Hollywood / Johnny Trejo Walk With Me: A Biography of Fannie Lou Hamer
^ I recommend the Josephine Baker one, but the Constance Baker Motley is also great; so many good books to choose from!

Other nonfiction is harder, and fiction trickier still:
Citizen / Claudia Rankine basically anything by Isabel Wilkerson Ghettoside The Truth About Animals

Evicted :notebook: :swan: :pirate_flag: :speech_balloon: :black_cat: :white_flag: Tiffany Sly Lives Here Now The Canterbury Ghost

As always, I would love to see what books other people would recommend :8ball: