This October we have an exceptional list of nonfiction to fill you up with history, sociology, memoir, and photography.
In Every Deep-Drawn Breath world-renowned critical-care doctor Wes Ely offers hope for patients, their families, and the future of medicine; The Woman They Could Not Silence by Kate Moore is a dark but ultimately uplifting account of Elizabeth Packard’s incredible fight for freedom and human rights in the 19th century; in Cop French journalist Valentin Gendrot infiltrates the country's police force, revealing a culture of racism and violence; in Brain Rules for Work bestselling author Dr John Medina turns his expertise to the professional world, exploring office space, work–life balance, power dynamics, and work interactions; and in Fulfillment award-winning journalist Alec MacGillis investigates Amazon’s impact on the wealth and poverty of towns and cities across the United States.
Old Vintage Melbourne is an enchanting collection of historical and contemporary photographs of Melbourne adapted from Chris Macheras’ popular Instagram account of the same name, and will be released on 18 October.
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