Those are two words I never thought that I would write together.
Yet... I have never enjoyed reading a nonfiction book as much as I did while reading The Devil in the White City. It's all about the World's Fair of 1893 in Chicago and two very different dynamic men who made it so memorable.
Where is the movie? Why have I never heard of the devilish doctor who murdered so many people --more than Jack the Ripper, times at least two, maybe even times 20?
I loved it. Oddly and truly. It should be a must read for High School American History and for summer. So says I.
Have you read it? Do you read historical nonfiction? Is that redundant?