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A Full Life: Reflections at Ninety

by Jimmy Carter

“A warm and detailed memoir.” —Los Angeles Times

Jimmy Carter, thirty-ninth President, Nobel Peace Prize winner, international humanitarian, fisherman, reflects on his full and happy life with pride, humor,...


You're Making Me Hate You: A Cantankerous Look at the Common Misconception That Humans Have Any Common Sense Left

by Corey Taylor

Corey Taylor’s condemnation of the alarming rise in worldwide idiocy, buffoonery, and out-and-out disregard for intelligent thought


Goldwater: The Man Who Made a Revolution

by Lee Edwards & Phyllis Schlafly

The most comprehensive biography of Barry Goldwater ever written is back by popular demand with a new foreword by Phyllis Schlafly and an updated introduction by the author.

Lee Edwards renders a penetrating...


Alan McGee and The Story of Creation Records

by Paolo Hewitt

Alan McGee’s legendary Creation record label brought us Oasis, Primal Scream, Jesus and Mary Chain, My Bloody Valentine, House of Love, Teenage Fanclub and many of the other most exciting and innovative bands...


Chopin

by Henry Theophilus Finck

Chopin's reputation has been constantly growing, and yet many of his deepest and most poetic compositions are almost unknown to amateurs, not to speak of the public at large. A few of his least characteristic...


The Autobiography of St. Ignatius

by Saint Ignatius of Loyola

This account of the life of St. Ignatius, dictated by himself, is considered by the Bollandists the most valuable record of the great Founder of the Society of Jesus. The editors of the Stimmen Aus Maria Laach,...


Fit Up

by Faith Clifford

Arrested without warning, charged on unjust terms; Fit Up is the harrowing true story of a couple’s ten-year battle to reclaim their lives and integrity after a flawed police inquiry effectively ruined them,...


The Unexpected Story of Nathaniel Rothschild

by John Cooper

The Unexpected Story of Nathaniel Rothschild is the only full length biography of Nathaniel, the first Lord Rothschild (1840-1915). The Rothschild family in all its branches is of compelling and continuing interest...


The Cherokee Kid: Will Rogers, Tribal Identity, and the Making of an American Icon

by Amy M. Ware

The ways the Cherokee Nation's stories, arts, technologies, and history influenced the work of one of the United States' most prominent celebrities: Will Rogers (1879-1935). The Cherokee Kid makes clear that...


The Complete Muhammad Ali

by Ishmael Reed

More than a biography and ‘bigger than boxing’, The Complete Muhammad Ali is a fascinating portrait of the twentieth century and the beginning of the twenty-first. Ishmael Reed calls it The Complete Muhammad...


Kangkushot: The Life of Nyamal Lawman Peter Coppin

by Jolly Read & Peter Coppin

An updated edition of an epic and remarkable story, this is the powerful and moving history in which Peter Coppin, or Kangkushot, remembers his life in Western Australia’s Pilbara region and his involvement...


A Time for Truth

by Ted Cruz

In the Senate, I've tried to do two things: tell the truth, and do what I said I would do. We should expect that from every single elected official.

Washington D.C. desperately needs leaders who aren't afraid...


Charles Baudelaire, His Life

by Theophile Gautier

The first time that we met Baudelaire was towards the middle of the year 1849, at the Hôtel Pimodan, where we occupied, near Fernand Boissard, a strange apartment which communicated with his by a private staircase...


The Pawnbroker's Daughter: A Memoir

by Maxine Kumin

From Pulitzer Prize–winning poet Maxine Kumin comes a timeless memoir of life, love, and poetry. Maxine Kumin left an unrivaled legacy as a pioneering poet and feminist. The Pawnbroker’s Daughter charts...


Cabin Fever: The Sizzling Secrets of a Virgin Airlines Flight Attendant

by Mandy Smith & Nicola Stow

In the tradition of Waiter Rant, a saucy look at life behind the beverage cartEver since Coffee, Tea or Me? was first published in the swinging sixties, the reading public has been enamored with stewardesses....


I Am Charlie Wilson

by Charlie Wilson

The long-awaited memoir of seven-time Grammy-nominated artist Charlie Wilson, the iconic R&B and Funk singer-songwriter-producer—interwoven with his recollections of collaborating with fellow artists such...


The Good Shufu: Finding Love, Self, and Home on the Far Side of the World

by Tracy Slater

The brave, wry, irresistible journey of a fiercely independent American woman who finds everything she ever wanted in the most unexpected place.

 

Shufu: in Japanese it means “housewife,” and it’s the...


Thomas and the stars

by Rocco Cardillo

A fairy tale for adults and children , sometimes sad sometimes happy . A fairy tale like all fairy tales ends with the happy moments , as though in reality there are no waivers wanted to do along the way to...


Books Fatal to Their Authors

by P. H. Ditchfield

To record the woes of authors and to discourse de libris fatalibus seems deliberately to court the displeasure of that fickle mistress who presides over the destinies of writers and their works. Fortune awaits...


Wild Boys: A Parent's Story of Tough Love

by Helena Pastor

Wild Boys explores the challenge of disengaged youth from a mother’s perspective and offers an intimate insight into rarely chronicled aspects of youth work For too long, Helena, a mother of four boys, has...