"Brave" by Rose McGowan.

"Brave" by Rose McGowan. Credit: HarperOne

BRAVE, by Rose McGowan. This hotly anticipated memoir comes from the actress whose rape accusations against movie mogul Harvey Weinstein were the shots heard round the world, galvanizing what came to be known as the #MeToo movement. In addition to chronicling her travails in Hollywood, McGowan recalls her childhood in a cult, her life as teen runaway and her relationship with Marilyn Manson. (HarperOne, $27.99)

WHITE CHRYSANTHEMUM, by Mary Lynn Bracht. If Min Jin Lee’s acclaimed bestseller “Pachinko” sparked an interest in stories of Korea under Japanese occupation during World War II, here’s your next read. It’s the powerful story of two devoted sisters separated for decades after the elder is enslaved by a Japanese soldier and held in a brothel in Manchuria. (Putnam, $26)

THE CULTURE CODE: The Secrets of Highly Successful Groups, by Daniel Coyle. Why do certain groups add up to be greater than the sum of their parts while others add up to be less? This is the question that begins this new book by an author and adviser to the Cleveland Indians. Among the groups he studies: a Navy SEAL team, the Danny Meyer’s restaurant group and a gang of jewel thieves. (Bantam, $28)

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