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I tend to like things like what Jeff Hepple writes--fictionalized non-fiction. He takes a real topic and basically adds in what the characters might have said (we know what they did). He writes the story around the facts, bringing the history alive.

Check out his
As one example.

There's also memoirs that are facts/non-fiction:

I recommend Jim Chambers "recollections"
Snake Jazz by Baldwin

For a more humorous ride, try "Learn Me Good" -- funny stuff and based on facts, but tweaked to protect the not-so-innocent!!!
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