Wow! That’s what I have to say about this wonderfully written non-fiction. Part true crime and part memoir, Liza Rodman along with Jennifer Jordan, depict the events that unfurled in Cape Cod in the mid 60’s. Known as the Vampire of Cape Cod, Tony Costa was behind the murders of at least 5 women in…
If you have similar reading tastes to me, than you probably read basically no non-fiction. Personally, I read as an escape and to not think about the stress of ‘real life’ thus why I mainly read a variety of fiction books. Since I’m a ‘grown up’ now, I do think it’s important to mix in…
The Bookseller of Kabul meets The Zookeeper’s Wife: an award-winning journalist puts a human face on life under ISIS, told through the prism of the Mosul Zoo.
Sex and the City meets Catch Me if You Can, in this non-fiction story of Anna Delvey.
A riveting memoir of losing faith and finding freedom while a covert missionary in one of the world’s most restrictive countries.
Ali Wong hit the stage a few years back and slayed it with her Netflix specials. She’s back with a book written to her girls, advising them on how to life their best life!
November is Non-Fiction November, and I’m attempting to read at least one Non-fiction book a week. My week 1 feature is The 57 Bus. A true story about two teenagers and the event that altered their lives.