ONE SUMMER – AMERICA, 1927
BY BILL BRYSON
Bryson once again, with humor and insight, examines one of the key years in American history on the cusp of tremendous change. Lindbergh’s flight and his new found battle with fame, the Snyder-Judd murders and the case of Sacco and Vanzetti are all a part of five months out of an American year.
Fascinating history, delightfully written.