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The Face That Changed It All: A Memoir

by Allison Samuels, Beverly Johnson & André Leon Talley

A revelatory and redemptive memoir from Beverly Johnson, the first black supermodel to grace the cover of Vogue, and who, over five hundred magazine covers later, remains one of the most successful glamour girls...


Good Mourning

by Elizabeth Meyer

In this funny, insightful memoir, a young socialite risks social suicide when she takes a job at a legendary funeral chapel on New York City’s Upper East Side.

Good Mourning offers a behind-the-scenes look...


Tales from the Festival Hall

by Nick Yapp

A collection of short stories set in and around the RFH on London’s South Bank. Against a background of live music, six charatcers tell their tales – of suspicion and jealousy, of broken dreams and flawed...


Paid For: My Journey Through Prostitution

by Rachel Moran

An astonishingly brave memoir of prostitution and its lingering influence on a woman’s psyche and life.

“The best work by anyone on prostitution ever, Rachel Moran’s Paid For fuses the memoirist’s lived...


A Season in the Red: Managing Man UTD in the shadow of Sir Alex Ferguson

by Jamie Jackson

What does it feel like to follow in the footsteps of Britain's most successful manager? To have your every decision, move and word scrutinised worldwide? How do you capture the heart and soul of Manchester United?...


Dagger Four Is OK: Brigadier General Norman C. Gaddis POW Memoir

by Bill Norris & Norman C Gaddis

At the age of eighteen, armed with a dream of flying and the desire to serve his country, Norman Gaddis enlists in the Army Air Corps in the months following the bombing of Pearl Harbor. After twenty-four years...


The Seed Beneath the Snow: Remembering George Mackay Brown

by Joanna Ramsey

This tender and personal memoir by the poet Joanna Ramsey of George Mackay Brown gives an account of some aspects of the last eight years of his life in Stromness, Orkney, and of the friendship between them....


Capitalist Crusader: Fighting poverty through economic growth

by Herman Mashaba

'When I had to give up my university studies 35 years ago I was so angry that I wanted to leave South Africa, get military training and an AK47 and come back to kill evil white people ... I'm just as angry now...


Meditations

by Marcus Aurelius

MARCUS AURELIUS ANTONINUS was born on April 26, A.D. 121. His real name was M. Annius Verus, and he was sprung of a noble family which claimed descent from Numa, second King of Rome. Thus the most religious...


Hannibal

by Jacob Abbott

Hannibal was a Carthaginian general. He acquired his great distinction as a warrior by his desperate contests with the Romans. Rome and Carthage grew up together on opposite sides of the Mediterranean Sea. For...


Julius Caesar

by Jacob Abbott

There were three great European nations in ancient days, each of which furnished history with a hero: the Greeks, the Carthaginians, and the Romans. The Roman hero was Caesar. He was born just one hundred years...


Alexander the Great

by Jacob Abbott

Alexander the Great died when he was quite young. He was but thirty-two years of age when he ended his career, and as he was about twenty when he commenced it, it was only for a period of twelve years that he...


In the Mind Fields: Exploring the New Science of Neuropsychoanalysis

by Casey Schwartz

“Everywhere I looked it seemed that we were being defined by what our brains were doing . . . Everywhere, there were hucksters and geniuses, all trying to colonize the new world of the brain.”

 

“I’d...


The Gratitude Diaries: How a Year Looking on the Bright Side Can Transform Your Life

by Janice Kaplan

In this inspiring memoir backed by pioneering research, Janice Kaplan spends a year living gratefully and gains a fresh outlook that transforms her marriage, family life, work, health, and every day experience....


Voracious: A Hungry Reader Cooks Her Way through Great Books

by Cara Nicoletti & Marion Bolognese

AN IRRESISTIBLE LITERARY FEAST Stories and recipes inspired by the world's great books As a young bookworm reading in her grandfather's butcher shop, Cara Nicoletti saw how books and food bring people to life....


No Bull

by Dan Bickley

Who is Dennis Rodman? Readers flocked to find out with Bad As I Wanna Be, a confessional by Rodman himself that sold roughly 600,000 copies. But an autobiography rarely attains objectivity, nor tells the whole...


Born on the Bayou: A Memoir

by Blaine Lourd

In the tradition of the modern classics The Tender Bar by J.R. Moehringer and The Liars’ Club by Mary Karr, Blaine Lourd’s meaningful debut Born on the Bayou is a powerful gothic memoir set in the bayous...


Captive

by Stacy Mattingly & Ashley Smith

In March 2005, Ashley Smith made headlines around the globe when she miraculously talked her way out of the hands of alleged courthouse killer Brian Nichols after he took her hostage for seven hours in her suburban...


Two Chucks and a Tabby Cat: 2012 ends

by Gail Jennie Orbell

Writing as Jennie Orbell, Gail writes romantic, suspense and contemporary fiction. This is a light-hearted look at Gail's other, less glamorous (but far funnier) 'real' life in Leicestershire with her partner,...


Boy in a Slouch Hat

by Ted George, George Richter & Carolyn Brown

For the Vietnam "police action', the way the world was seen, shaped and understood was irretrievably changed by war. In his humorous and moving memoir, Ted George gives voice to the experience that changed the...