The Hidden Habits of Genius by Craig Wright

The Hidden Habits of Genius | Beyond Talent, IQ, and Grit—Unlocking the Secrets of Greatness by Craig Wright studies geniuses throughout history and presents a new framework on how intellect should be measured. In The Hidden Habits of Genius, he reveals what we can learn from the lives of those we have dubbed “geniuses,” past and present.

Ghost Flames by Charles Hanley

Ghost Flames | Life and Death in a Hidden War, Korea 1950-1953 by Charles J. Hanley provides eyewitness accounts of the Korean War from the individuals who experienced it firsthand. A powerful, character-driven narrative of the Korean War from the Pulitzer Prize-winning writer who helped uncover some of its longest-held and darkest secrets. The war that broke out in Korea on a Sunday morning seventy years ago has come to be recognized as a critical turning point in modern history — as the first great clash of arms of the Cold War.

The Planter of Modern Life by Stephen Heyman

The Planter of Modern Life | How an Ohio Farm Boy Conquered Literary Paris, Fed the Lost Generation, and Sowed the Seeds of the Organic Food Movement by Stephen Heyman tells of story of Louis Bromfield, leader of the organic food movement. This sweeping biography unearths a lost icon of American culture, a fascinating, hilarious and unclassifiable character who—between writing and plowing—also dabbled in global politics and high society.

Forbidden Memory by Tsering Woeser

Forbidden Memory | Tibet during the Cultural Revolution by Tsering Woeser uncovers the lost stories of Tibet during the societal-changing Cultural Revolution. The author presents three hundred previously unseen photographs taken by her father that show for the first time the frenzy and violence of the Cultural Revolution in Tibet.