Nonfiction

Nonfiction

They say that the truth is stranger than fiction. We don’t know about that, but the truth does make for excellent reading materials. Die-hard memoir fans, narrative nonfiction junkies, and history buffs: You all are welcome here.

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Minnesota-born Amy Thielen, host of the Food Network's  "Heartland Table," hit what many aspiring chefs consider the culinary big time: She cooked professionally in New...

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From Bud-soaked football Sundays to the 16 glorious days of Oktoberfest, there’s no question: Fall is for beer lovers. Oktoberfest, the traditional Bavarian beer...

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When Thomas Harding set out to chronicle the arrest of Auschwitz Kommandant Rudolf Höss, he was expecting to discover a monster. By the end...

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Unless you’re stranded at sea or orbiting Earth in a spaceship, chances are you know it’s football season. If you’re a fan, this means...

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Many years ago, Juan Ponce de Leon foraged through Florida in search of the fountain of youth. Five centuries later, Suzanne Somers seems to...

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Amanda Lindhout on captivity as inspiration: To survive that experience, I had to close my eyes and retreat to what was my "house...

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Ever thought about making a career out of helping others? In “Walk in Their Shoes,” out this month, Jim Ziolkowski—founder of the nonprofit buildOn, which...

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With an internationally televised show, “Enjoying Everyday Life,” and over 80 books and devotionals in print, Joyce Meyer is one of the most influential...

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What if JFK's assassination was one loner's mistake? That's precisely what historian James Reston Jr. argues in The Accidental Victim, the book JFK conspiracists don't...

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Admit it. You've tuned into one of Bravo's "Real Housewives" series at one time or another. The reality TV series is downright addictive and,...

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