7 New Books to Cozy up to This Fall

#1 New York Times bestselling author John Grisham's latest thriller, a nostalgic look into 60 songs that explain the '90s, a memoir from the “The Fonz,” Henry Winkler, and more

From the LifeMinute.TV Team

August 23, 2023

National Read a Book Day is September 6. Make some popcorn, grab a blanket, sink into your favorite chair, and transport yourself to another world with these latest reads.

Radical Reinvention: Reimagine, Reset, Reinvent in a Disruptive World by Maureen Lippe
Maureen Lippe, media powerhouse/entrepreneur, and former Vogue and Harper's Bazaar editor debuts her first book about the personal and professional journey of self-discovery after being forced to reimagine, reset and reinvent after losing her beloved husband and partner to COVID-19 and having to transform and grow her PR and Marketing company, Lippe Taylor. It details an 8-Step Reinvention Toolkit to help others, which she tested and verified with therapists, business leaders, and other brave fire starters who helped her realign and discover new facets of herself and her leadership acumen.

This is How We End Things by R.J. Jacobs
Publication Date: September 12
A compelling new psychological thriller that follows a tight-knit group of graduate students studying the psychology of lying. When one of them is discovered dead after an experiment, everything the group thought they knew about deception crumbles.

The Sisterhood: The Secret History of Women at the CIA by Liz Mundy
Publication Date: October 17
“The acclaimed author of Code Girls returns with a revelatory history of three generations at the CIA—the women who fought to become operatives, transformed spycraft, and tracked down Osama bin Laden.”

The Exchange by John Grisham
Publication Date: October 17
“#1 New York Times bestselling author John Grisham delivers high-flying international suspense in a stunning new legal thriller that marks the return of Mitch McDeere, the brilliant hero of The Firm. It is now fifteen years later, and Mitch and Abby are living in Manhattan, where Mitch is a partner at the largest law firm in the world. When a mentor in Rome asks him for a favor that will take him far from home, Mitch finds himself at the center of a sinister plot that has worldwide implications—and once again endangers his colleagues, friends, and family.”

Being Henry: The Fonz . . . and Beyond by Henry Winkler
Publication Date: October 31
“Henry Winkler launched into prominence as “The Fonz” in the beloved Happy Days and has transcended the role that made him who he is. Brilliant, funny, and widely regarded as the nicest man in Hollywood (though he would be the first to tell you that it’s simply not the case, he’s really just grateful to be here), Henry shares in this achingly vulnerable memoir the disheartening truth of his childhood, the difficulties of a life with severe dyslexia, the pressures of a role that takes on a life of its own, and the path forward once your wildest dream seems behind you.”

60 Songs That Explain the ‘90s by Rob Harvilla
Publication Date: November 14
Ringer music critic Rob Harvilla reimagines all the earwormy, iconic hits Gen-Xers pine for with vivid historical storytelling, sharp critical analysis, rampant loopiness, and wryly personal ruminations on the most bizarre, joyous, and inescapable songs from a decade we both regret entirely and miss desperately.”

The Purest Bond: Understanding the Human-Canine Connection by Jen Golbeck and Stacey Colino
Publication Date: November 14
“Weaving together groundbreaking research and touching real-life stories, The Purest Bond explores not just the social benefits of owning a dog, but the science of how dogs improve our emotional and physical health, mental acuity, and our ability to focus and absorb information. Most importantly, they remind us of what’s right in the world—love, trust, affection, playtime, fresh air, and sunshine—even when so much feels wrong.”

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