Viewing American history through the lens of Charles Lindbergh offers a compelling and insightful, if often horrifying, narrative into many aspects of American society. From celebrity culture to science to the legal system to isolationism. This is nonfiction at its best. I could not put it down, except for the times when I read something so outrageous I had to find someone else to share it with before resuming the narrative. A complex and compelling read.
The Rise and Fall of Charles Lindbergh by Candace Fleming
tags: biography, history, nonfiction