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Undisputed Truth

by Mike Tyson & Larry Sloman

A bare-knuckled, tell-all memoir from Mike Tyson, the onetime heavyweight champion of the world-and a legend both in and out of the ring.

Philosopher, Broadway headliner, fighter, felon-Mike Tyson has defied...


Above and Beyond: Tim Mack, the Pole Vault, and the Quest for Olympic Gold

by Bill Livingston

Two Olympic medalists were recognized at Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, Ohio, days before Christmas 2004. One was the Cleveland Cavaliers' LeBron James, the "Chosen One" of the NBA. He had a bronze medal...


Land of Second Chances: The Impossible Rise of Rwanda's Cycling Team

by Lewis Tim

Hailed as "the sports book of the year," Land of Second Chances is the inspiring true story of four men who found a new hope for Rwanda. Meet Adrien Niyonshuti, Tom Ritchey, Jonathan Boyer, and Paul Kagame....


The Game: 30th Anniversary Edition

by Ken Dryden & Bill Simmons

Widely acknowledged as the best hockey book ever written and lauded by Sports Illustrated as one of the Top 10 Sports Books of All Time, The Game is a reflective and thought-provoking look at a life in hockey....


Pain Don't Hurt

by Mark Miller & Shelby Jones

The no-holds-barred memoir from kickboxer Mark "Fightshark" Miller, the only professional fighter in history to return to the ring after open-heart surgery

In 2007, Mark Miller was a rising star in professional...


Rogers Hornsby

by Charles Alexander

Rogers Hornsby is a biography by Charles Alexander, originally published in 1996.


Full Throttle: The Life and Fast Times of Nascar Legend Curtis Turner

by Robert Edelstein

More information to be announced soon on this forthcoming title from Penguin USA


The Earth Is Enough: Growing Up in a World of Flyfishing, Trout & Old Men

by Middleton. Harry

Middleton was a masterful author who writes his memoir about a boy, three men and a dog; it is the story of youth and age and of learning and of course, trout.


The Last Everyday Hero: The Bert Sutcliffe Story

by Richard Boock

Magical book about Bert Sutcliffe, the magical batsman who put New Zealand cricket on the map.This book is a tale of two men: one who became the first hero of New Zealand cricket, and one whose lifelong dream...


Lucky Legs: What I've Learned About Winning and Losing

by Steve Gurney

The keys to success in a motivational autobiography by New Zealand's top multisport athlete.Steve Gurney is an exceptional athlete. He has been in 19 of the epic Coast to Coast races in a row, and he has won...


Tracey Richardson: Going the Distance

by Tracey Richardson

Motivational autobiography of a morbidly obese mother of children with cystic fibrosis, who radically changed her life to become an Ironman competitor. Tracey Richardson has an inspirational and amazing story...


Legs On Everest: The Full Story of His Most Remarkable Adventure Yet

by Mark Inglis

The remarkable story of how a double amputee from New Zealand made it to the top of Mt Everest - and back down again.On 15 May 2006 double amputee Mark Inglis fulfilled a childhood ambition: to stand on the...


No Mean Feat

by Mark Inglis

How a man who lost both legs below the knee overcame the odds to achieve incredible academic, sporting and industrial success, including a Paralympic medal in cycling.Mark Inglis was only 23 when he became a...


To the Max

by Mark Inglis

How a mountaineer who lost both legs below the knee overcame the odds to achieve incredible succcess, including a Paralympic medal in cycling.Mark Inglis was only 23 when he became a double amputee. This book...


Still a Kid at Heart: My Life in Baseball and Beyond

by Phil Pepe, Gary Carter & Johnny Bench

In his new book, Still a Kid at Heart, written with longtime New York baseball writer Phil Pepe, Carter writes of his love for the game, the personalities on and off the field who have enriched his life, and...


They Call Him Cale: The Life and Career of NASCAR Legend Cale Yarborough

by Joe McGinnis & Humpy Wheeler

The story of Cale's life, told for the first time ever in this authorized biography, is a tale of adventure, perseverance, and, above all, desire. After 43 years as a NASCAR driver and owner, Cale amassed a...


Standing Tall: The Kevin Everett Story

by Sam Carchidi

As a powerfully built, third-year tight end with the Buffalo Bills, Kevin Everett had it all: a promising NFL future, a beautiful girlfriend whom he planned to marry, and an engaging personality that made him...


Strength of a Champion: Finding Faith and Fortitude Through Adversity

by Peter Schrager, O.J. Brigance & Ray Lewis

As the Baltimore Ravens made their improbable march to victory in Super Bowl XLVII, they turned to their senior advisor of player development, O.J. Brigance, for inspiration each and every Sunday.

Following...


Between the Pipes: A Revealing Look at Hockey's Legendary Goalies

by Randi Druzin & Roy Macgregor

Some NHL goalies are great and others are intriguing, but a dozen of them are legends because they're both. In Between the Pipes, Randi Druzin profiles these athletes, revealing the traits that make each one...


Bill France Jr.: The Man Who Made NASCAR

by H. A. Branham & Tom Brokaw

Former NASCAR president, chairman, and CEO William Clifton France—known to most people at Bill France Jr.—is remembered and revered as the man who followed his visionary father at the helm of NASCAR, in...