Jon Krakauer Bestselling Nonfiction
- Daily Camera at 125, still instilling the 'breath of progress into Boulder County'
- On the local arts front, author Jon Krakauer penned two monster nonfiction bestsellers. "Into the Wild" (1996) explored the strange and moving story of Chris McCandless, a young man who disappeared into the wilds of Alaska and eventually starved to death.
- Author Krakauer Tackles Sexual Assault In College Towns
- Best-selling author Jon Krakauer's “Missoula: Rape and the Justice System In A College Town,” is a chilling book about Missoula, Montana, where several sexual assault cases between students—terribly common in most college towns, Krakauer ...
- New in paper: Lehane, Krakauer, Smiley
- This month's critic's pick is World Gone By by Dennis Lehane ( William Morrow , fiction, reprint). Reviewer Don Oldenburg called this World War II-era novel about “retired” gangster Joe Coughlin, the third in a trilogy, “an exceptional read.
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