Nonfiction

Nonfiction

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In 2005, Jeannette Walls published The Glass Castle and welcomed the world into her unique family. With the film adaptation heading to theaters, Walls...

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John Grisham has invited book lovers and writers alike to listen to his podcast, Book Tour with John Grisham. So far he has made stops...

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What’s not to love about Paris? The baguettes, the wine, the museums, the Eiffel Tower… we’re itching to book a plane ticket just thinking...

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The best part of traveling is getting to explore a new place and embrace the food, people, and culture. The worst part? It can...

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One of the most fascinating parts of studying history is diving deep into the life of a man or woman who helped to shape...

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In The Revolution of Robert Kennedy John R. Bohrer explores the changes in Kennedy’s personal and professional life after the assassination of his brother,...

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For many of us, the summer season is filled with travel and adventures. Our Summer Preview offered nearly 100 book recommendations that are perfect...

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There’s something magical about good nonfiction: It can plunge you into someone else’s life and experiences, or transport you to a time or place...

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The years immediately out of college can be a tough time for recent grads, full of opportunity and existential crisis in equal measure. Caroline...

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Spring is here, and chances are, your book club needs something new to read. Whether you’re in the mood for a psychological thriller about...

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