From New Yorker staff writer David Grann, and #1 New York Times best-selling author of The Lost City of Z, a twisting, haunting true-life murder mystery about one of the most monstrous crimes in American history. Based on years of research and startling new evidence, Killers of the Flower Moon is a masterpiece of narrative nonfiction, as each step in the investigation reveals a series of sinister secrets and reversals.
From critically acclaimed, bestselling, and National Book Award-winning author Sherman Alexie a searing, deeply moving memoir about family, love, and loss. One of Entertainment Weekly and Bustle's most anticipated books of 2017, You Don't Have to Say You Love Me shares raw, angry, funny, profane, tender memories of a childhood few can imagine–growing up dirt-poor on an Indian reservation, one of four children raised by alcoholic parents.
From iconic actor and bestselling author Alan Alda, an indispensable guide to communicating better—based on his experience with acting, improv, science, and storytelling. With his trademark humor and frankness, Alan Alda reveals what it means to be a true communicator, and how we can communicate better, in every aspect of our lives—with our friends and families, with our doctors, in business settings, and beyond.
Financial Times chief US columnist and commentator Edward Luce makes a statement about the weakening of western hegemony and the crisis of liberal democracy―of which Donald Trump and his European counterparts are not the cause, but a terrifying symptom. “Timely and informed...he lucidly expounds on the erosion of the West’s middle classes, the dysfunction among its political and economic elites and the consequences for America and the world.” – New York Times
America’s finest aviation story in the hands of the finest aviation historian, The Flight is Dan Hampton’s biggest, most dramatic book yet. A gripping and unique “in-the-cockpit” account of Charles Lindbergh’s extraordinary first transatlantic flight from New York to Paris by acclaimed aviation historian and former fighter pilot Dan Hampton.
In Strangers Tend to Tell Me Things, Amy Dickinson reveals much of the inspiration and motivation that has fueled her calling. Through a series of linked essays, America’s most popular advice columnist shares her journey of family, second chances, and finding love. “In this extension of her debut memoir, Dickinson remains an engagingly chatty, witty, and relatable writer with sage insights.” – Kirkus Review
Now in paperback, Jonathan Tepperman’s The Fix identifies ten pervasive and seemingly impossible challenges and shows that, contrary to the general consensus, each has a solution, and not merely a hypothetical one. “An indispensable handbook. . . . Smart and agile. . . The timing of this book could not be better.” — The New York Times Book Review
A New York Times bestseller and Staff Pick by Publishers Weekly, Delia Ephron's Siracusa tells the story of two strained marriages put to the test while vacationing in a Sicilian coast town. Named one of the ten best books of 2016 by People and one of Vulture’s 100 greatest beach books ever, Siracusa is available as an audiobook featuring John Slattery, and will be adapted to a feature film written by Ephron.