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Arthur Penn

by Nat Segaloff

Arthur Penn: American Director is the comprehensive biography of one of the twentieth century's most influential filmmakers. Thematic chapters lucidly convey the story of Penn's life and career, as well as pertinent...


Sirk on Sirk

by Jon Halliday

Douglas Sirk is one of the most neglected directors in American cinema. This book aims to rectify that and, through a survey of his career, to re-establish Sirk as one of the great stylists of Hollywood cinema....


D.C. Unmasked & Undressed

by Lillian McEwen

There is a new breed of atheist which our educational system is pumping out like mad. These are militant atheists who have an agenda to eliminate Christianity from the face of the earth. Believers are in a war...


Bedpans and Bobby Socks: Five British Nurses on the American Road Trip of a Lifetime

by Barbara Fox

`In my dreams, I was always in some vast landscape on a long, straight road. Driving. Always driving.? Gwenda had always loved the open road, but her home town of Newcastle didn?t really offer the sort of adventure...


Moonwalking with Einstein: The Art and Science of Remembering Everything

by Joshua Foer

The blockbuster phenomenon that charts an amazing journey of the mind while revolutionizing our concept of memory

An instant bestseller that is poised to become a classic, Moonwalking with Einstein recounts Joshua...


His Hand on Us: The E. Robert Reynolds, Jr. Story

by Betty E. Reynolds

Creative, hard working, dedicated, strong, a woman of faith-Betty Reynolds had to rely on all of these qualities and more when her husband was shot and left for dead while the couple was serving as missionaries...


Lady Sings the Blues the 50th Anniversary Edition

by William Dufty, Billie Holiday & David Ritz

With photos

Originally released by Doubleday in 1956, Harlem Moon Classics celebrates the publication with the fiftieth-anniversary edition of Billie Holiday’s unforgettable and timeless memoir. Updated with...


Bumper

by Larry Writer

Frank 'Bumper' Farrell was the roughest, toughest street cop and leader of a vice squad Australia has ever seen. Strong as a bull, with cauliflowered ears and fists like hams, Bumper's beat from 1938 to 1976...


Letters from Bishopsbourne

by Christopher Scoble

Letters from Bishopsbourne is a collective biography of three of the most distinguished stylists writing in the English language, who lived and died in the small village of Bishopsbourne just south of Canterbury...


Camera Boy: An Army Journalist's War in Iraq

by Fred Minnick

Fred Minnick spent more than a year in Iraq as a U.S. Army public affairs photojournalist, covering the good, bad and ugly sides of the conflict. With a Nikon in one hand and an M-16 in the other, he accompanied...


Little Madhouse on the Prairie: A True-Life Story of Overcoming Abuse and Healing the Spirit

by Marion Elizabeth Witte

INDEPENDENT PUBLISHER MAGAZINE EDITOR'S CHOICE AWARD Marion Witte was raised in a little house on the prairie but her childhood was nothing like the idyllic version of childhood made famous by Laura Ingalls....


Secuestrada (Kidnapped): Una historia de la vida real

by Leszli Kalli

Para los cuarenta y seis ocupantes del avión Fokker 50 de Avianca, que volaba de Bucaramanga a Bogotá, el 12 de abril de 1999 se convirtió en una pesadilla. Guerrilleros encapuchados secuestraron el avión...


Untied: A Memoir of Family, Fame, and Floundering

by Meredith Baxter

“I remember Sarah asking me, when I’d just begun therapy with her, what I looked for in a man.  After a few moments of silent, tense deliberation I had it.  ‘Hair,’ I blurted. ‘He has to have hair.’”...


Found: A Memoir

by Jennifer Lauck

Found is Jennifer Lauck's sequel to her New York Times bestseller Blackbird: A Childhood Lost and Found. More than one woman’s search for her biological parents, Found is a story of loss, adjustment, and survival....


A Guest in my Own Country: A Hungarian Life

by George Konrad

Winner of the 2007 National Jewish Book Award in the category of Biography, Autobiography & Memoir

A powerful memoir of war, politics, literature, and family life by one of Europe's leading intellectuals.

When...


Modigliani

by Meryle Secrest

“People like us . . . have different rights, different values than do ordinary people because we have different needs which put us . . . above their moral standards.” —Modigliani

Amedeo (“Beloved of God”)...


I Was a Dancer

by Jacques D'Amboise

“Who am I? I’m a man; an American, a father, a teacher, but most of all, I am a person who knows how the arts can change lives, because they transformed mine. I was a dancer.”

In this rich, expansive, spirited...


Crazy U: One Dad's Crash Course in Getting His Kid Into College

by Andrew Ferguson

The cutthroat competition to get into the perfect college can drive students to the brink of madness and push their parents over the edge—and bury them in an avalanche of books that claim to hold the secret...


The Dark Side of Innocence: Growing Up Bipolar

by Terri Cheney

“Killing yourself at any age is a seriously tricky business. But when I was seven, the odds felt insurmountable.”

As a young girl, Terri Cheney’s life looked perfect. Her family lived in a lovely house...


Big in China: My Unlikely Adventure Raising a Family, Playing the Blues, and Reinventing Myself in Beijing

by Alan Paul

The inspiring story of a man, a family, a band, a foreign country, and a new beginning

When Alan Paul's wife was offered the job as the Wall Street Journal's China bureau chief, he saw it as an amazing opportunity...