2016 list is here. Don't think any of these will make the Top 5. But I enjoyed them all, especially the Lawrence book.
Very readable account of what TE Lawrence actually did in the Middle East, which was, in reality, much more bureaucratic than the movie version. And he was apparently a bit of an odd duck--very unlike the Peter O'Toole version. Excellent insight into the birth of the Sykes Picot agreement, which has been much discussed of late.
Not used to Dostoyevsky writing satire. And exactly what he was satirizing was unclear to me. Quick and enjoyable, though. See for yourself.
Born Liars: Why We Can't Live without Deceit
by Ian Leslie
Not much new in here--except the revelation that those who seem shifty and uncomfortable are least likely to be prevaricating--but interesting throughout
The Seven Sins of Memory: How the Mind Forgets and Remembers
Memory is fleeting and often unreliable; yet we rely on it so heavily. I think that was my takeaway.