10 True Stories Perfect for Summer Reading [SHOWING SLIDE 1 OF 10]

The term “summer reading” might evoke images of long novels being read by the beach. But nonfiction offers some of the best summer reads this year: a memoir about working for the CIA, a book with tips on how to rebuild the world from scratch should it fall apart and a book full of insight about how psychopaths function. If reading about psychopaths isn’t your thing, we’ve also selected a few funnier, psychopath-free books for you in this week’s list.

GOOD HUNTING by Jack Devine
by Jack Devine, Vernon Loeb

"Devine's attention to detail translates into a finely delineated memoir of his selective undercover tradecraft."
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