Best Nonfiction Books 2020
Though she’s written more than 20 books for adults, Louise Erdrich ’s latest work is perhaps her most personal. Drawing on her Chippewa heritage, the National Book Award winner constructs a portrait . Junes new book releases include the latest novel from thriller favorite Riley Sager, the buzzy debut A Burning, and plenty of books begging to be read. .
FICTION Summer on Hilderbrand’s Nantucket is never dull. This time she focuses on former lovers who now lead separate lives but share an island idyll once a year. Captivating and bittersweet. (June) . A s many of us usher in a summer unlike any we’ve experienced before, the pleasure of reading remains a comforting constant. Many of us may not be able to relax on a beach or gather around a pool with .
Nothing provides a better escape than the pages of a good book. The Newsweek staff has chosen some of the best of this seasons fiction and nonfiction that should keep your mind far away from viruses . Rich with evocative descriptions of West Coast wilderness and anchored by a deep, visceral bond to the trees that sustain us all, ‘Greenwood’ is a literary page-turner that manages to be both .
Best Nonfiction Books 2020 : The foundation’s Chef and Restaurant Awards have been postponed to September. But the winners of the book, broadcast media, and journalism categories were announced earlier this morning. Consider it a . Every May the Crime Writers of Canada name their Arthur Ellis Award Winners for excellence in Canadian crime writing. Those awards were announced Thursday night in Toronto. Although COVID-19 concerns .
Besides the elaboration on the thesis of kindness, Humankind also explores how our cynical view of humanity might be detrimental to society and how we can improve the system with this new realism . With the COVID-19 pandemic causing many bookstores to close indefinitely, publishers have had to decide whether to change publication dates. Representatives from Simon & Schuster, Red Hen Press and .