Editors' Fall Preview Nonfiction Picks
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After the dog days of summer, the book industry is ready to wow readers with some of the best books of the year. We've culled through our starred reviews to choose ten in nonfiction to pay special attention to and present them here.
"Lucent prose illuminates a man obscured for years in history's shadows."
New York Times Pulitzer Prize–winning writer Egan (The Big Burn: Teddy Roosevelt and the Fire that Saved America, 2009, etc.) returns with the story of the astonishing life of Edward Curtis (1868–1952), whose photographs of American Indians now command impressive prices at auction.
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