REVIEW: ONE SUMMER by Bill Bryson

Bryson has an uncanny way of approaching his subjects. ¬†Here he looks at human achievements, culture, art and more only during the summer months of 1927. ¬†Using Charles Lindbergh and his historic transatlantic flight as a unifying thread, Bryson also investigates the case of Sacco and Vanzetti, the magical season for the New York Yankees,…