NONFICTION FOR ELECTION SEASON
WHATEVER IT TAKES by Paul Tough
Talk about change: the story of Harlem antipoverty crusader Geoffrey Canada’s inspiring successes.
TOO CLOSE TO THE SUN by Curtis Roosevelt
FDR’s grandson on the perks and pitfalls of having a President in the family.
SPEAKING FOR MYSELF by Cherie Blair
“I fancied him rotten,” Cherie says of ex-prime minister Tony. That and more great dish from a political wife.