Joyce Carol Oates’s, BLACK WATER: A NOVEL; a famous senator, a beautiful girl, and an accident. Chappaquiddick re-told.
Betty Rollin’s, LAST WISH; a mother suffers from painful cancer, and her daughter helps her die.
Andre Agassi’s, OPEN: AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY; the life–so far–of the tennis champion and education advocate.
Richard Moe’s, ROOSEVELT’S SECOND ACT: THE ELECTION OF 1940, AND THE POLITICS OF WAR; how FDR strategically and successfully manipulated a third term in the White House.