The Kennedy Women
Based on five years of research, and with unprecedented cooperation
from Kennedy family and associates, Laurence Leamer paints startling, in-depth portraits of the mothers, wives,
sisters, and daughters who struggled to build and maintain the Kennedy dynasty--from steerage on an immigrant vessel
to the slums of Boston, from the court of St. James to the White House. Photographs.
Journey Into Darkness
A former FBI investigator and the author of Mindhunter discusses
some of his most complex cases and demonstrates the way in which criminal profiling works, covering such crimes
as John Lennon's assassination, the Waco tragedy, and New York's preppie murder.
When Elephants Weep
Jeffrey Moussaief Masson
Not since Darwin's The Expression of Emotions in Man and Animals has a book
so thoroughly and effectively explored the full rage of emotions that exist throughout the animal kingdom. Hailed
as "a masterpiece" by Elizabeth Marshall Thomas, When Elephants Weep provides a complete and compelling
picture of the inner lives of animals, and assures that we will never look at animals in the same way again.