Great Non-Fiction books for you to read or gift:
- Vanderbilt: the rise and fall of an American dynasty, by Anderson Cooper
- Peril, by Bob Woodward
- The boys: a memoir of Hollywood and family, by Ron Howard
- Taste: my life through food, by Stanley Tucci
- 1619 Project: a new origin story
- A carnival of snackery: diaries (2003-2020), by David Sedaris
- Going there, by Katie Couric
- Will, by Will Smith
- Fuzz: when nature breaks the law, by Mary Roach
- Atlas of the invisible: maps and graphics that will change how you see the world, by James Cheshire
- Beautiful country: a memoir, by Qian Julie Wang
- Betrayal: the final act of the trump show, by Jonathan Karl
- The pioneer woman cooks: super easy!: 120 shortcut recipes for dinners, desserts, and more, by Ree Drummond
- American Marxism, by Mark R. Levin
- Capote's women: a true story of love, betrayal, and a swan song for an era, by Laurence Leamer
- Midnight in Washington: how we almost lost our democracy and still could, by Adam B. Schiff
- Numbers don't lie: 71 stories to help us understand the modern world, by Vaclav Smil
- The Lyrics: 1956 to the Present, by Paul McCartney
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