Must-Read Biography Books | May 2022

26 May 2022

Must-Read Biography Books | May 2022

In the mood for a new biography or memoir? Check out these instant bestsellers by Romeo Vitelli, Diana Goetsch, Kellyanne Conway, and more. Enjoy your new non-fiction picks!


True Crime Stories You Won’t Believe: A Cavalcade of Chaotic Justice

by Romeo Vitelli

Release Date: April 4, 2022

This book is a collection of true crime stories from different countries and time periods that defy simple descriptions. This book is a must for any true crime fan!

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This Body I Wore: A Memoir

by Diana Goetsch

Release Date: May 24, 2022

A captivating memoir of one woman’s long journey to late transition, as the trans community emerges alongside her.

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Here’s the Deal

by Kellyanne Conway

Release Date: May 24, 2022

In this open and vulnerable account, Kellyanne turns the camera on herself. What she has to share—about our politics, about the media, about her time in the White House, and about her personal journey—is an astonishing glimpse of visibility and vulnerability, of professional and personal highs and lows, and ultimately, of triumph.

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Who Killed Jane Stanford?: A Gilded Age Tale of Murder, Deceit, Spirits and the Birth of a University

by Richard White

Release Date: May 17, 2022

A premier historian penetrates the fog of corruption and cover-up still surrounding the murder of a Stanford University founder to establish who did it, how, and why.

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Phil: The Rip-Roaring (and Unauthorized!) Biography of Golf’s Most Colorful Superstar

by Alan Shipnuck

Release Date: May 17, 2022

A juicy and freewheeling biography of legendary golf champion Phil Mickelson—who has led a big, controversial life—as reported by longtime Sports Illustrated writer and bestselling author Alan Shipnuck.

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His Name Is George Floyd: One Man’s Life and the Struggle for Racial Justice

by Robert Samuels & Toluse Olorunnipa

Release Date: May 17, 2022

A landmark biography by two prizewinning Washington Post reporters that reveals how systemic racism shaped George Floyd’s life and legacy—from his family’s roots in the tobacco fields of North Carolina, to ongoing inequality in housing, education, health care, criminal justice, and policing—telling the story of how one man’s tragic experience brought about a global movement for change.

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