In Leadership, the great politician and diplomat Henry Kissinger examines the strategies of six significant figures from the 20th century and creates a general leadership and diplomatic philosophy.
Meghan and Harry: The Real Story is an interesting depiction of what happened to the once-popular brother of the British heir to the throne after his marriage to a gorgeous and vibrant Hollywood actress.
Finding Freedom is the epic and true story of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s life together, finally revealing why they chose a more independent path and the reasons behind their unprecedented decision to step away from their royal lives.
In The Crown, Robert Lacey walks us through the real-life events that inspired the TV Series. The Crown’s historical consultant penned the interesting royal and social history that served as the show’s inspiration for seasons two and three.
In I’m Glad My Mom Died, Jennette McCurdy’s painful and amusing book recounts her challenges as a former child actor, including eating disorders, addiction, and a tangled relationship with her controlling mother, and how she reclaimed control of her life.
In I’d Like to Play Alone, Please, a hugely popular stand-up comedian and co-host of top-rated podcasts, shares funny first-person anecdotes of parenthood, celebrity meetings, adolescent errors, misanthropy, and a variety of other topics.
In Happy-Go-Lucky, David Sedaris once more captures what is most surprising, funny, and poignant about these current upheavals, personal, political, and social, and expresses in precise terms both the misanthropy, and the desire for connection that drives us all.