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Silver Screen Fiend: Learning About Life from an Addiction to Film

by Patton Oswalt

New York Times bestselling author, comedian, and actor Patton Oswalt shares his entertaining memoir about coming of age as a performer and writer in the late ’90s while obsessively watching classic films at...


The Rogue's Road to Retirement: How I Got My Groove Back after Sixty-Five¿And How You Can, Too!

by George S. K. Rider

George S. K. Rider’s The Rogue’s Road to Retirement takes a unique approach to growing old—don’t do it! After retiring, Rider embarks on a bumpy journey to find himself and a new lease on life. For the...


It's in the Book, Bob!

by Bob Eubanks & Matthew Scott Hansen

Mischievous and irreverent, Bob Eubanks entered American homes for five decades as the host of The Newlywed Game. It's in the Book, Bob! reveals untold stories of The Newlywed Game, and much much more. Bob's...


Diana Rigg: The Biography

by Kathleen Tracy

Recently voted the "sexiest television star of all time" by TV Guide readers, Diana Rigg is best known as the brilliant and seductive British agent, Emma Peel on The Avengers. The Tony and Emmy award-winning...


Staying Human: The Story of a Quiet WWII Hero

by Katharina Stegelmann

During World War II, Heinz Drossel saved Soviet prisoners of war and several Jews, including Marianne Hirschfeld. Again and again, he wasn’t afraid to risk his own life when others’ safety was at risk. Nearly...


Riding Sky High: A Bicycle Adventure Around the World

by Pierre-Yves Tremblay & Bernard Voyer

Many dream of dropping everything and just traveling around the world. It’s a common dream, but few imagine embarking on that journey by bicycle. Exposed to the elements, legs burning, all your possessions...


The Headache Godfather: The Story of Dr. Seymour Diamond and How He Revolutionized the Treatment of Headaches

by Seymour Diamond & Charlie Morey

Learn the story of a man who lived the American dream and improved the quality of life for thousands of headache sufferers.

The Headache Godfather traces the life of Seymour Diamond, MD, who was born in 1925,...


Russian Tattoo: A Memoir

by Elena Gorokhova

An exquisite portrait of mothers and daughters that reaches from Cold War Russia to modern-day New Jersey, from the author of A Mountain of Crumbs—the memoir that “leaves you wanting more” (The Daily Telegraph...


The Remarkable Education of John Quincy Adams

by Phyllis Lee Levin

A patriot by birth, John Quincy Adams’s destiny was foreordained. He was not only “The Greatest Traveler of His Age,” but his country’s most gifted linguist and most experienced diplomat. John Quincy’s...


James Tiptree, Jr.

by Julie Phillips

James Tiptree, Jr. burst onto the science fiction scene in the 1970s with a series of hardedged, provocative short stories. Hailed as a brilliant masculine writer with a deep sympathy for his famale character,...


The Brass: It's a bit of England where good companionship is the order of the day

by Robert P. Wright, Janice C. Wright & Matthew J. Barron

The Brass is the story of the birth and growth of a world-famous public house, the Horse Brass Pub in Portland, Oregon. This authentic pub, with deep British roots, became the cathedral of Oregon's craft beer...


Outlaw Journalist: The Life and Times of Hunter S. Thompson

by William Mckeen

“Gets it all in: the boozing and drugging . . . but also the intelligence, the loyalty, the inherent decency.” —Jonathan Yardley, Washington Post Hunter S. Thompson detonated a two-ton bomb under the staid...


Mathematics without Apologies: Portrait of a Problematic Vocation

by Michael Harris

What do pure mathematicians do, and why do they do it? Looking beyond the conventional answers—for the sake of truth, beauty, and practical applications—this book offers an eclectic panorama of the lives...


More Love, Less Panic: 7 Lessons I Learned About Life, Love, and Parenting After We Adopted Our Son from Ethiopia

by Claude Knobler

In this heartwarming and hilarious memoir, Claude Knobler describes how he learned the hard way that the apple actually can fall far from the tree-and that's Okay.

Already the biological parents of a seven-year-old...


Igniting the Fire: The Movements and Mentors Who Shaped Billy Graham

by Jake Hanson

Everyone knows Billy Graham. . .but who knows what propelled him to world prominence as the greatest evangelist of his time? Find out in Igniting the Fire. This brand-new biography focuses on Graham’s formative...


Last Drink to LA: Confessions of an AA survivor

by John Sutherland

I touched bottom, as alcoholics like to say, on 12 February 1983 (the date is slightly fuzzy).

Thirty-one years ago John Sutherland nearly lost everything to drink. A married man, with family, working as a visiting...


The Last Escaper

by Peter Tunstall

The riveting untold story of the legendary World War II bomber pilot, "cooler king," and arch escape artist

The product of a lifetime's reflection, The Last Escaper is Peter Tunstall's unforgettable memoir...


The Rose Chamber: How I found my way into spiritual worlds through meditation

by Caroline M. Brown

The Rose Chamber is the autobiography of a modern-day initiate, an ordinary woman who - after years of hard work in meditative practice - found her way into spiritual dimensions. As a child in Kenya, Caroline...


From Patagonia to Australia: Collected Prose

by Brenda Eldridge

A collection of lively recollections about the author's life in Port Adelaide and travels through Australia, mixing warm humour with sharp observations. The author is an acclaimed poet and non-fiction writer,...


It Was Me All Along: A Memoir

by Andie Mitchell

A yet heartbreakingly honest, endearing memoir of incredible weight loss by a young food blogger who battles body image issues and overcomes food addiction to find self-acceptance.

 

All her life, Andie Mitchell...