The first behind-the-scenes look at the most enigmatic FLOTUS in history, the true story of the Greely Expedition, a timely memoir on race and familial reconciliation, and a study on twentieth-century dictators–find it all in this nonfiction round-up.
FREE, MELANIA: The Unauthorized Biography by Kate Bennett
An insider’s look at Melania Trump, beginning with her childhood in Slovenia up to her days in the White House.
“This gripping book is a testament to the bravery and sheer doggedness of men determined to survive despite harsh conditions. Readers of polar histories, U.S. Navy history, and other armchair adventurers will enjoy this work.”–Library Journal
THE BROKEN ROAD: George Wallace and a Daughter’s Journey to Reconciliation by Peggy Wallace Kennedy
“In this thoughtful, evenhanded debut, Kennedy, the daughter of former Alabama governor George Wallace, reflects on her life with the staunch segregationist.”–Publishers Weekly
HOW TO BE A DICTATOR: The Cult of Personality in the Twentieth Century by Frank Dikötter
“An approachable discussion of a brand of political menace that seems both faded into history and oddly relevant.”–Kirkus Reviews