10 True Stories Perfect for Summer Reading [SHOWING SLIDE 6 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.

DO NOT SELL AT ANY PRICE by Amanda Petrusich
by Amanda Petrusich

"An engaging and deeply personal journey, for both the writer and her subjects, and an adroit disquisition on the nature of this distinctly American form of insatiable lust."
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