Great Nonfiction for Fiction Lovers
An irresistible blend of history, myth, and misadventure, this narrative captures the wonder and drama of first contact.
A journalist sets out to learn French secrets to raising a society of good sleepers, gourmet eaters, and relaxed parents.
Schiff peels back the layers of mystery surrounding Cleopatra and attempts to reveal a legend in her own time.
As dismembered bodies surfaced along the Seine, one man was tasked with finding the murderer in the Parisian underworld.
A splendidly insightful, three-way biography of President James Garfield; Charles Guiteau, his assassin; and inventor Alexander Graham Bell.
Found in a library book return, Dewey helped to pull a town together and attracted visitors from around the world.
A thrilling narrative that follows the journey of a Scottish gardener hired to steal China's tea secrets in 1848.
A Pulitzer Prize winning husband-and-wife reporter team tracks the growing movement to empower women in the developing world.
The story of an unusual request: an 82-year old rabbi asks Albom to deliver his eulogy.
A vivid portrait of Berlin during Hitler's reign through the eyes of William E. Dodd and his daughter, Martha.