From left: Carol Leonnig and Philip Rucker’s “I Alone Can Fix It” includes Liz Cheney telling Jim Jordan, “You [expletive] did this,” about the Jan. 6 Capitol riot. Yasmeen Abutaleb and Damian Paletta’s book “Nightmare Scenario” zeros in on Trump’s response to Covid. In “Frankly, We Did Win This Election,” Michael C. Bender says the president mused about executing leakers. Michael Wolff’s latest, “Landslide,” has Trump comparing his rally attendees to the costumed contestants on the show “Let’s Make a Deal.” Peter Baker and Susan Glasser’s yet-untitled Trump book will offer a comprehensive history of his administration. “In Trump’s Shadow,” by David M. Drucker, will focus on the Republicans’ “Game of Thrones”-style battle for succession. Bob Woodward and Robert Costa examine Trump’s grand finale in “Peril.” And for how the Tea Party evolved into the Capitol riot there will be Jeremy W. Peters’s “Insurgency.”
Steve Brodner is a graphic artist and journalist. A collection of work from his blog, The Greater Quiet, will be published in 2022.
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