Biographies & Memoirs

Biographies & Memoirs

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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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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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In The Family Gene, Joseline Linder traces her family’s medical history to learn more about the deadly genetic mutation that killed her father and...

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Anatomy of Innocence explores the growing trend of wrongful convictions by featuring the true stories of exonerees told by mystery and thriller writers. This...

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In her recent memoir, The Bridge Ladies, Betsy Lerner carefully explores the lessons she’s learned about life through the game of bridge. Joining her...

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It’s a story fit for Hollywood: An American citizen uncovers government secrets that he decides the public must know. He tells the world and...

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This may be a big season for fiction, but that doesn’t mean that this fall will bring skimpy nonfiction picks. In fact, quite the...

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Jen Doll has been to a wedding or two. This is the subject, at least on the surface, of her book Save the Date,...

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In April 1940, the German military entered Denmark and began occupation. They met little resistance from the nation’s leaders, who felt fighting would only...

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