I'm trying to juggle many non-fiction works right now, but I think I've settled on a single novel for the time being.
My coworker, Greg, suggested the book, "The World As I Found It" by Bruce Duffy, to me after we had a discussion regarding Ludwig Wittgenstein. The story is fiction, but Duffy uses the life stories of Wittgenstein, Bertrand Russell, G.E. Moore, and Gottlieb Frege, to tell (what I'm hoping will be) a great story.
The trouble with creative fiction, especially with regards to historical figures' lives, is that one can be so enamored by the events told, and not readily know if they are fact or fiction. At least that is the problem that I have.