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The Real Doctor Will See You Shortly: A Physician's First Year

by Matt McCarthy

In medical school, Matt McCarthy dreamed of being a different kind of doctor—the sort of mythical, unflappable physician who could reach unreachable patients. But when a new admission to the critical care...


Recipes for a Beautiful Life: A Memoir in Stories

by Rebecca Barry

Writing with a delicate balance of humor and truth, critically acclaimed author Rebecca Barry reflects on motherhood, work, and marriage in her new memoir about trying to build a creative life.

When Rebecca Barry...


Out Came the Sun

by Mariel Hemingway & Ben Greenman

A moving, compelling memoir about growing up and escaping the tragic legacy of mental illness, suicide, addiction, and depression in one of America’s most famous families: the Hemingways.

She opens her eyes....


A Fine Romance

by Candice Bergen

In the follow-up to Knock Wood—her bestselling “engaging, intelligent, and wittily self-deprecating autobiography” (The New York Times)—Candice Bergen shares the big events: her marriage to a famous...


A Curious Mind: The Secret to a Bigger Life

by Brian Grazer & Charles Fishman

From Academy Award–winning producer Brian Grazer and acclaimed business journalist Charles Fishman comes a brilliantly entertaining peek into the weekly “curiosity conversations” that have inspired Grazer...


Men in Green

by Michael Bamberger

Was golf better back in the day?

In Men in Green, Michael Bamberger, who fell for the game as a teenager in its wild Sansabelt-and-persimmon 1970s heyday, goes on a quest to find out. The result is a candid,...


The Brothers: The Road to an American Tragedy

by Masha Gessen

An important story for our era: How the American Dream went wrong for two immigrants, and the nightmare that resulted.

On April 15, 2013, two homemade bombs exploded near the finish line of the Boston marathon,...


So That Happened: A Memoir

by Jon Cryer

If it can happen in show business, it’s happened to Jon Cryer. Now he’s opening up for the first time and sharing his behind-the-scenes stories in a warmly endearing, sharply observed, and frankly funny...


Motorcycles I've Loved: A Memoir

by Lily Brooks-Dalton

“What the PCT is to Cheryl Strayed, the open road is to Brooks-Dalton.”—Cosmopolitan 

A powerful memoir about a young woman whose passion for motorcycles leads her down a road all her own.

At twenty-one-years-old,...


Visiting Hours: A Memoir of Friendship and Murder

by Amy Butcher

In this powerful and unforgettable memoir, award-winning writer Amy Butcher examines the shattering consequences of failing a friend when she felt he needed one most. Four weeks before their college graduation,...


Visions and Revisions

by Dale Peck

Novelist and critic Dale Peck’s latest work—part memoir, part extended essay—is a foray into what the author calls “the second half of the first half of the AIDS epidemic,” i.e., the period between...


Billy Martin: Baseball's Flawed Genius

by Bill Pennington

From an award-winning New York Times sports columnist, the definitive biography of one of baseball's most celebrated, mercurial, and misunderstood figures—legendary manager and baseball genius, Billy Martin...


King John: And the Road to Magna Carta

by Stephen Church

King John has long been dubbed one of the “vilest” of English kings. He was brutish, untrustworthy, and ruled as a virtual tyrant—and yet his reign changed the course of English history. As renowned medieval...


I'll Tell Them I Remember You

by William Peter Blatty

This is Blatty's story of his youth in Manhattan, and of his Lebanese mother who became a single parent with five children in the 1930s.


Eating Rome

by Elizabeth Helman Minchilli

Elizabeth Minchilli has been eating her way through Rome since she was 12 years old. Eating Rome, based on her popular blog Elizabeth Minchilli in Rome, is her homage to the city that feeds her, literally and...


The Outskirts of Hope: A Memoir of the 1960s Deep South

by Jo Ivester

A moving, inspirational memoir about how living and working in an all-black town during the height of the civil rights movement profoundly affected the author's entire family-and how they in turn impacted the...


Harem Years: The Memoirs of an Egyptian Feminist, 1879-1924

by Huda Shaarawi & Margot Badran

Married at 13 against her wishes, Shaarawi grew up to be an early leader of Egypt's feminist movement.


Pigs in Clover: Or How I Accidentally Fell in Love with the Good Life

by Simon Dawson

This is the true story of a Londoner who gives up his job as an estate agent in the city, moves to the wilds of Exmoor, starts a smallholding and becomes self-sufficient, with a few bumps along the way. Simon's...


Painted Pebbles: A Hungarian Memoir

by Peter Stangl

An eye-witness account of watershed moments in modern European history. In 1983 librarian Peter Stangl took his teenaged son and daughter to Budapest, to show them the city and the land where he had grown up....


Travels in Vermeer: A Memoir

by Michael White

“This book is a treasure and a guide. It is a type of healing for the intellect and the heart.” - (Rebecca Lee)

A lyrical and intimate account of how a poet, in the midst of a bad divorce, finds consolation...