A Non-Fiction Smorgasbord

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Biographies of Edmund Hilary, JFK, and the show that made a life of its own: Seinfeld; historical narratives about Benedict Arnold’s path to treason, a con man conning Hitler, and the primacy of the Post Office in our nation’s ascendance; these new non-fiction titles at Schmaling are sure to entertain and enlighten.

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ABANDONED IN HELL: The Fight for Vietnam’s Firebase Kate, by William Albracht
THE BOOK OF THE PEOPLE: How to Read the Bible, by A. N. Wilson
BUSH AT WAR, by Bob Woodward
CODE WARRIORS, NSA’s Codebreakers and the Secret Intelligence War Against the Soviet Union, by Stephen Budiansky
EQUAL IS UNFAIR: America’s Misguided Fight Against Income Inequality, by Dan Watkins
THE HOUR OF LAND: Personal Topography of America’s National Parks, by Terry Tempest Williams
HOW THE POST OFFICE CREATED AMERICA: A History, by Winifred Gallagher
HUSTLING HITLER: The Jewish Vaudevillian Who Fooled the Führer, by Walter Shapiro
PLAIN AND SIMPLE: A Woman’s Journey to the Amish, by Sue Bender
ROADSIDE HISTORY OF ILLINOIS, by Stan Banash
SEINFELDIA: How a Show About Nothing Changed Everything, by Jennifer Keishin Armstrong
UNSELFIE, Why Empathetic Kids Succeed in Our All-About-Me World, by Michele Borba
VALIANT AMBITION: George Washington, Benedict Arnold, and the Fate of the American Revolution, by Nathaniel Philbrick
VIEW FROM THE SUMMIT, by Edmund Hilary
THE WELL-SPOKEN THESAURUS: The Most Powerful Ways to Say Everyday Words and Phrases, by Tom Heehler