Lots of diet books among the new releases these days (in preparation for the post-holiday food guilt one assumes), but readers will also find a vibrant new “biography-in-collage” out this week, Radioactive: Marie & Pierre Curie, A Tale of Love and Fallout by Lauren Redniss.
Purveyor of popular nonfiction Erik Larson has a new book out this week, In the Garden of Beasts: Love, Terror, and an American Family in Hitler's Berlin. The Snowman by Jo Nesbø is a new entry in the increasingly popular Scandinavian thriller genre. Inward-looking graphic novelist Chester Brown's latest, Paying for It is out, and musician and actor Steve Earle can now add "novelist" to his resume with the release of I'll Never Get Out of This World Alive. And new in paperback are a pair of big books, Brady Udall's The Lonely Polygamist and Karl Marlantes's Matterhorn.
“We are not trying to point fingers or prosecute. I am just trying to solve the last case of my career. There is no statute of limitation on the truth.” A retired FBI agent has launched a cold case review into identifying those who may have betrayed Anne Frank's hiding place to the Gestapo in 1944, reports The Guardian.