Mine Okubo was forced into protective custody shortly after Pearl Harbor. Her graphic memoir illuminates this experience with poignant illustrations and witty, candid text. 240 pp.
Historian David T. Byrne offers an analysis of the ideas that informed Ronald Reagan's political philosophy and policy ideas. 222 pp.
Veteran White House reporter April Ryan thought she had seen everything in her two decades as a White House correspondent. And then came the Trump administration. Under Fire takes readers inside the confusion and chaos of the Trump White House to understand how Ryan and other reporters adjusted to the new normal. 181 pp.
This autobiography of Austrian writer Stefan Zweig details his life as an artist in Vienna between the 1920s and 1942, when he took his own life days after mailing this memoir to his publisher. 472 pp.
In this penetrating biography, Daniel Schafer vividly chronicles Zephaniah Kingsley’s evolving thoughts on race and slavery, exploring his business practices and his private life. Kingsley fathered children by several enslaved women, then freed and lived with them in a unique mixed-race family. 336 pp.