A preview of non-fiction titles coming in the next eight months.
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Non-Fiction Preview (06:52)
Lots of great non-fiction titles coming out in the next 8 months or so. Here are our picks:
- How to Be a Person in the World by Heather Havrilesky
- Dark Night: A True Batman Story by Paul Dini and Eduardo Risso
- American Heiress by Jeffrey Toobin
- We Are Not Such Things by Justine van der Luen
- Hero of the Empire by Candice Millard
- Women in Science by Rachel Ignotofsky
- Eyes on the Street by Robert Kanigel
- Textbook Amy Krouse Rosenthal by Amy Krouse Rosenthal
- Designing Your Life by Bill Burnett and Dave Evans
- Patient H.M. by Luke Dittrich
- The French Chef in America by Alex Prud’Homme
- In Such Good Company by Carol Burnett
- A Lowcountry Heart by Pat Conroy
- A Truck Full of Money by Tracy Kidder
- Bellevue by David Oshinsky
- Born a Crime by Trevor Noah
- Absolutely on Music: Conversations with Seiji Ozawa by Haruki Murakami
- Doctor Who: Whographica by Steve O’Brien
- The Inkblots by Damion Searls