Most Overlooked Nonfiction Books of 2013 (So Far) [SHOWING SLIDE 1 OF 9]

Stories about Conquistadors encountering the Grand Canyon for the first time, how humans created the idea of God, drug cartels and the friends and lovers of the Beats: They’re all the irresistible, true tales in nonfiction books that you may not know about (but should). Last week, we published our take on the most overlooked novels of 2013; this is our list of this year’s most overlooked nonfiction books, so far.

by Ray Raphael

"With documents amply provided at the close of the text, Raphael provides a truly accessible teaching tool."
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