Year in Review 2018 We made it through another weird year. Let’s look back on how we got over. Here are the books that were most loved by Jezebel staffers this year. This isn’t a list per se—there is no order or hierarchy, and no criteria to choose other than individual preference. Our favorite books of 2018 include both fiction and non-fiction, comics and memoirs, books published in December and books published a few years ago. Let us know what your books of the year are in the comments. I’ll Be Gone in the Dark: One Woman’s Obsessive Search for the Golden State Killer by Michelle McNamara It feels like we’ve never been more inundated with true crime stories than right now. And while I’m one of those people that gets glued to any gruesome serial killer story, true crime hasn’t historically treated women victims with a humanizing respect. But Michelle McNamara’s obsessively researched, understated study of the Golden State Killer, published before her death in 2016, was also a personal meditation on why she, like so many women I know, are so obsessed with these horror stories in the first place. And, spoiler alert, her theories on how to… Read full this story
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