The Wall Street Journal's superstar business reporter unveils the bizarre story of how a math genius named Tom Hayes, a handful of outrageous confederates, and a deeply corrupt banking system ignited one of the greatest financial scandals in history.
"With fine, nuanced prose and much tenderness, Booy guides this unlikely father-daughter pair into a beautiful maturity, showing us with great heart what it really means to be a family.”—Elizabeth Crane, author of The History of Great Things
For Neil Gaiman fans everywhere, a fascinating collection of his nonfiction pieces exploring myriad subjects ranging from art and artists to dreams, myths, and memories—all observed, explored, and presented in the inimitable Gaiman style.
Actor, writer, and director Ben Falcone shares a funny and intimate look at fatherhood, with stories about his own larger than life dad and how his experiences raising two daughters (with wife Melissa McCarthy) are colored by his childhood.
From the stand-up comedian and the host of Fox News' Red Eye, a nostalgic look back at his childhood, and the simple American values that shaped his worldview and that we would be well-served to remember today.
For every dedicated sports fan, a unique lifetime list of the 101 most important games, matches, venues, and events around the world, illustrated with color photographs and collated by a pair of Sports Illustrated veterans.
In the tradition of House of Cards and Michael Connelly’s Bosch series, a polished and gripping political thriller introducing Peter Rena, a fixer hired by the president to vet his nominee for the Supreme Court.
“I devoured this book. Not only a rare and richly detailed account of the life of one of my comedy heroes, but I loved that you can feel Zinoman’s curiosity about, and admiration for, Dave’s singular sensibility on every page.”—Billy Eichner
“Like a great campfire story, The Hearts of Men is epic and hushed in the right places... It’s both a love letter to good men of the past and a hopeful cheer for the good men to come.”—J. Ryan Stradal, author of Kitchens of the Great Midwest
At a time when conservatives are seeking to redefine their identity in light of the Donald Trump phenomenon, Reagan Rising offers insight into the development of Reagan’s optimistic and unifying philosophy.
“Move over Freakonomics. Move over Moneyball. This brilliant book is the best demonstration yet of how big data plus cleverness can illuminate and then move the world. Read it and you’ll see life in a new way.”—Lawrence Summers, President Emeritus, Harvard University