Barbara Walters’, HOW TO TALK WITH PRACTICALLY ANYBODY ABOUT PRACTICALLY ANYTHING; the art of the interview from the woman who scooped all of the important ones.
Elizabeth Taylor’s, MRS. PALFREY AT THE CLAREMONT; an elegant widow moves into a dingy hotel of mostly seniors, and befriends a young, handsome writer.
Louise Shivers’s, HERE TO GET MY BABY OUT OF JAIL; lust, love and — a murder — in 1937 North Carolina.
Margaret Truman’s, BESS W. TRUMAN; a former First Daughter’s biography of her mother.
May Sarton’s, ENDGAME: A JOURNAL OF THE SEVENTY-NINTH YEAR; the poet, novelist and diarist continues to write prolifically despite serious illness.