Transitions: The Fox News anchor Bret Baier, whose previous best seller was about his young son’s heart condition, is back on the list, this time with a work of popular history: “Three Days in January” (written with Catherine Whitney) debuts at No. 2 on the hardcover nonfiction list and looks at President Eisenhower’s parting advice for his successor, John F. Kennedy. “What Eisenhower was doing was sending a warning to Kennedy,” Baier told Roe Conn on WGN radio in Chicago recently, “saying, ‘Easy, killer. Caution. Balance. Don’t go too far too fast.’ . . . He was delivering kind of a sober message to the nation.”

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