Slow week for new releases, but the new nonfiction books out October 31, 2017 look interesting enough to spend some time with.
If you are a history buff, a fan of the dark arts of persuasion or biography, check out the nonfiction books out this week.
You can find other new releases this month at New Nonfiction Books October 24, 2017, New Nonfiction Books October 17, 2017, New Nonfiction Books October 10, 2017 and New Nonfiction Books October 3, 2017.
I have plenty of new nonfiction books lined up already for next week so we will see you then.
Nonfiction books released October 31, 2017
Pulitzer Prize-finalist Stephen Kotkin has written the definitive biography of Joseph Stalin, from collectivization and the Great Terror to the conflict with Hitler’s Germany that is the signal event of modern world history.
From the creator of Dilbert, an unflinching look at the strategies Donald Trump used to persuade voters to elect the most unconventional candidate in the history of the presidency, and how anyone can learn his methods for succeeding against long odds.
Get some great background on Adams’ book by listening to Triggered: A Conversation with Scott Adams from the Sam Harris podcast.
At 30 years old, outwardly thriving but unfulfilled inside, Howes began a personal journey to find inner peace and to uncover the many masks that men―young and old―wear: by asking for advice from some of the world’s best psychologists, doctors, and household names like Tony Robbins, Alanis Morissette, and Ray Lewis. That journey created this book―a must read for every man, and for every woman who loves a man.
A revealing new portrait of Robert F. Kennedy that gets closer to the man than any book before, by bestselling author Chris Matthews, an esteemed Kennedy expert and anchor of MSNBC’s Hardball.
A sweeping reexamination of the Founding Father who transformed the United States in each of his political “lives”—as a revolutionary thinker, as a partisan political strategist, and as a president.