Goldman describes his highly publicized ordeal to reunite with his young son, Sean, after his wife took the boy on a two-week vacation to her native Brazil and then decided to stay and keep Sean there. (May)
Ghost in the Wires
Kevin Mitnick with William L. Simon
Little, Brown: $25.99
No computer system was too formidable — or impenetrable — for Mitnick, once a top "cyber criminal" who was on the run from the FBI for several years. (August)
Björn Borg, John McEnroe, and the Untold Story of Tennis' Fiercest Rivalry
Along with "Epic," Stephen Tignor celebrates the tennis clash of titans that electrified the sport in the 1970s and early 1980s. (May)
How to Earn Nothing and Learn Little in the Brave New Economy
Are internships a learning experience or a revolving door for menial labor? The author chooses the latter in this exposé of the internship model, starting with the practices that keep the magic of the Walt Disney Co. going in its many ventures. (May)
How the French Play the Game of Life
Times Books/Henry Holt: $26
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