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Nonfiction is an expansive and overwhelming description and can be intimidating for fiction readers. If you’re interested in jumping into the wide world of nonfiction, narrative nonfiction books are compulsively readable for readers of all backgrounds and interests. From the hilarious highs and lows of Hollywood to stunning tales of activists throughout time, these remarkable books read like novels and are all the more extraordinary because they’re true.

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2. In Cold Blood by Truman Capote

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