No One Would Listen: by Harry Markopolos..........a book about the Madoff scandal.
At the moment I'm re-reading Die Leiden des jungen Werthers (The Sorrows of Young Werther) by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe. I really, really like this novel.
That book had supernatural powers. Goethe based it on his own experience of a love triangle that ended on a major depressive note for himself, which he got over. The book, though, was blamed for causing a wave of suicides across Europe by those infatuated with the romantic despair he did so well. I must say that I've read more about it, than the text itself. I must take a look soon.
I actually saw a film, it was simply called Goethe!, depicting that last fall but I suppose it was quite fictionalized. It was basically Goethe in the role of Werther with the difference that he didn't kill himself at the end. And the so-called Werther-fever is something really interesting. Young men dressing themselves like Werther in blue coats and yellow vests and shooting themselves just because Werther did. Reality imitates art indeed. And I really recommend you to read the book. It's fantastic.