Hachette Book Group Summer Reading Nonfiction Sampler 2014

Free Sampler on Amazon.com!

Free Sampler on Amazon.com!

Hachette’s list of summer reading

for non-fiction may well be taken into the fall of 2014 with no problem. There is a variety of several books to place on your shelves to read and enjoy. I am listing the title, author, and publisher with a quick note for reference.

 The Shift by Troy Johnson
Weight Loss
Hachette Books, September 2014

 Factory Man by Beth Macy
The uncovering of a great lie at the heart of globalization and John Bassett was going to war about it.
Little, Brown and Company, July 2014

 Blue Mind by Wallace J. Nichols
Science shows being near water can make you happier and healthier
Little, Brown and Company, July 2014

 Shadows in the Vineyard by Maximillian Potter
True story of a plot to poison the world’s greatest wine
Twelve, July 2014

 Go Wild by John J. Ratey, M.D. and Richard Manning
Freeing your mind and body from afflictions of civilization
Little, Brown and Company, June 2014

 We Should Hang Out Sometime by Josh Sundquist
Dating and relationships
Little Brown Books for Young Readers, December 2014

 Our Great Big American God by Matthew Paul Turner
Asks the question: Where would God be without America?
Jericho Books, August 2014

I will add Blue Mind and We Should Hang Out Sometime to my reading list soon. Be on the lookout for these non-fiction titles and grab a copy to add to your collection.

I received this sampler free from Hachette Publishing through the Net Galley reviewer program in exchange for an honest opinion in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission guidelines.

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