Best books of 2010: nonfiction
6. "Mark Twain: Man in White," by Michael Shelden
"Mark Twain: Man in White," by Michael Shelden (Random House, 528 pp., $30). This close look at the last four years of Mark Twain’s life reads like a novel with a complex, fascinating character at its center. (CSMonitor.com, 3/22/10)
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