A deep dive into Atheism… A dive into deep undercover… Today’s featured Nonfiction titles are… deep. Read on for more details about several October Nonfiction must-haves to add to your shelves.
SEVEN TYPES OF ATHEISM
by John Gray
“Reviewing the lives, principles, and practices of prominent and obscure atheists from centuries past, Gray (STRAW DOGS) challenges the presuppositions and positions of contemporary atheists and secular liberals in this powerful book… Gray alluringly invites readers to reconsider what atheism is and should be.”―Publishers Weekly, starred review
GHOST: My Thirty Years as an FBI Undercover Agent
by Michael R. McGowan
“McGowan, a three-decade FBI veteran, narrates his impressive career in this intense memoir… McGowan gives readers a thrilling insider’s view of being an undercover FBI agent, ‘the most exciting and challenging job in the world.'” ― Publishers Weekly, starred review
“Propulsive….Will appeal to readers curious about the undercover lifestyle and the inner workings of federal law enforcement.” ―Kirkus Reviews
In this extraordinary and unprecedented book, McGowan takes readers through some of his biggest cases, from international drug busts, to the Russian and Italian mobs, to corrupt unions and SWAT work. GHOST is an unparalleled view into how the FBI, through the courage of its undercover Special Agents, nails the bad guys. McGowan infiltrates groups at home and abroad, assembles teams to create the myths he lives, concocts fake businesses, makes the busts, and carries out the arrests. Along the way, we meet his partners and colleagues at the FBI, who pull together for everything from bank jobs to the Boston Marathon bombing case, mafia dons, and, perhaps most significantly, El Chapo himself and his Sinaloa Cartel.
The explosive story of the poisoning of the former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and what it reveals about the growing clandestine conflict between the West and Russia.
“Fans of true spy stories, Russian and British secret agencies, and current events will appreciate this incredible tale.”―Library Journal