Betty White’s BETTY & FRIENDS; the actress’s stories about her animal pals.
William Styron’s DARKNESS VISIBLE: A MEMOIR OF MADNESS; from hopeless to hopeful; the novelist’s terrifying account of his depression.
Pearl S. Buck’s THE GOOD EARTH; 1920s China before the mid-century social upheavals, and the first work by a woman to win the Nobel Prize for Literature.
Paul Gallico’s LOU GEHRIG: PRIDE OF THE YANKEES; a 1942 biography of the great baseball player, by the author of The Poseidon Adventure.
Nathan Miller’s STAR-SPANGLED MEN: AMERICA’S TEN WORST PRESIDENTS; Carter, Taft, Coolidge, Grant, and Harding. Plus five more.