Must Read Non-Fiction Books This Women’s History Month

If you clicked on this post, you probably don’t only read hidden histories about badass women during the Women’s History Month. You are probably already pretty well-versed in women’s history, and March is just a reason to dive even deeper. So, let’s dive! Here are five nonfiction books about women whose stories deserve to be told, remembered, and commemorated.

Mary Kay McBrayer is the author of America’s First Female Serial Killer: Jane Toppan and the Making of a Monster. You can find her short works at Oxford American, Narratively, Mental Floss, and FANGORIA, among other publications. She hosts the podcast about women in true crime, The Greatest True Crime Stories Ever Told. Follow Mary Kay McBrayer on Instagram and Twitter, or check out her author site here.