Jesse Kellerman has set his new book, which he wrote with his father, in Berkeley. It features a deputy sheriff working for the coroner's bureau.
There is no shortage of great books with a Berkeley theme to pick up this summer.
The former chief correspondent of PBS’ NewsHour, has written a memoir that weaves a child’s imaginative adventures with vivid memories from her war reporting.
Lainey Feingold has written a book on structured negotiations.
For her new book, the British writer found there was anxiety around the topic of happiness, with a feeling from people that there was a perfect ‘happy-ever-after’ that they weren’t quite managing to achieve.