Most Overlooked Nonfiction Books of 2013 (So Far) [SHOWING SLIDE 5 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.

MANIA by Ronald K.L. Collins
by Ronald K.L. Collins, David M. Skover

"A balanced history—sometimes admiring, sometimes blistering—of the writers who fractured the glass capsule of literary conformity."
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