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Cross Country

by Robert Sullivan

Fifteen years and 90,000 miles on the roads and interstates of America with Lewis and Clark, a lot of bad motels, a moving van, Emily Post, Jack Kerouac, my wife, my mother-in-law, two kids, and enough coffee...


Harold Robbins: The Man Who Invented Sex

by Andrew Wilson

A sizzling, sexy biography of the blockbuster author whose life of excess was as racy as one of his own novels.


Fidel and Che: A Revolutionary Friendship

by Simon Reid-Henry

A unique, dual-biography of the two men whose partnership-while it lasted-captivated a generation.


44 Years With The Same Bird

by Brian Reade

There have been football books which have told their tale through the partisan heart of a besotted fan, and those that have dissected their subject through the scientific mind of an objective writer. But rarely...


Deliver Me From Evil

by Alloma Gilbert & David Baldacci

Evan Waller is a monster. He has built a fortune from his willingness to buy and sell anything . . . and anyone. In search of new opportunities, Waller has just begun a new business venture: one that could lead...


Tombstones and Banana Trees: A True Story of Revolutionary Forgiveness

by Medad Birungi & Craig Borlase

Growing up with a violent father in the country of Uganda in the 1960s, Medad Birungi faced physical and emotional pain that few people can imagine––yet today he speaks of a revolutionary forgiveness we...


Facing Neuralgia

by Wendy Evans

At the age of thirty Wendy Evans, a vivacious, versatile and devoted primary school teacher with singing and acting talents, was struck down by a devastating and very rare nerve disease with serious and debilitating...


Light at the End of the Tunnel

by Chris Mallon

Chris Mallon was a studious, naive, tennis-mad teenager growing up in Wexford, Southern Ireland, with everything to live for, but in the 1980s his youth was cruelly snatched away from him by an evil and manipulative...


Pep Confidential: Inside Pep Guardiola's First Season at Bayern Munich

by Martí|| Perarnau

‘Access inside the changing room and behind the scenes that any journalist or writer would kill for… Perarnau’s insights are astonishing’ – Graham Hunter ‘Write about everything you see. Be as critical...


REAGAN: What Was He Really Like?

by Curtis Patrick

Intimate stories by real hard-working, unpretentious, selfless people, all thrown into a milieu; a simmering stewpot of diverse young men & women, all working for a common goal-to help Ronald Reagan succeed,...


Byron's Narrative of the Loss of the Wager

by John Byron

In 1741, the HMS Wager wrecked in an uninhabited area off the coast of Chile. In the aftermath of the disaster, chaos took hold. One faction of the surviving crew rose up against the officers of the ship and...


My Adventures with Your Money

by George Graham Rice

Most of the lore surrounding America's Wild West has to do with cowboys and outlaws, but these boomtowns were also overrun with grifters, hustlers, and confidence men on the prowl. George Graham Rice was a legendary...


Hawthorne

by Henry James

Though Henry James is best remembered as a titan of nineteenth-century American literature and an important innovator in the domain of literary realism, he was also a key figure in the literary criticism of...


Poison Romance and Poison Mysteries

by C. J. S. Thompson

Poisons have long been the weapon of choice of nefarious ne'er-do-wells seeking to inflict harm on others. In this gripping true-crime compendium, author C.J.S. Thompson offers a concise history of poison as...


Salem Witchcraft and Cotton Mather: A Reply

by Charles W. Upham

The Salem witch trials and the attendant hysteria that swept through New England in the late seventeenth century represent a fascinating period in American history. This historical analysis singles out Cotton...


Hunting the Grisly: And Other Sketches

by Theodore Roosevelt

Hunters, anglers and lovers of the great outdoors will fall for the many charms of Hunting the Grisly and Other Sketches, a compendium of ripping yarns from Theodore Roosevelt, the famed outdoorsman and early...


I Await the Devil's Coming: The Story of Mary Maclane

by Mary Maclane

Published in 1902 when the author was not yet twenty years old, Mary MacLane's searingly frank memoir is so far ahead of its time that it may shock even current-day readers. Indeed, the original title I Await...


The Mariner of St: A Chronicle of the Voyages of Jacques Cartier

by Stephen Leacock & G. M. Wrong

Canadian author Stephen Leacock gained popular acclaim as a much-loved humor writer, publishing dozens of books in that vein over the course of his career. However, he was a trained scholar by trade who was...


The Mormon Menace: The Confessions of John D

by John D. Lee

In 1857, a group of pioneers from Arkansas heading for California were ambushed by a group of Native Americans and Mormons. It is estimated that nearly 140 men and women were massacred. Though his role in the...


The Son of a Servant

by August Strindberg & Claud Field

Swedish playwright and novelist August Strindberg led a remarkable life, oscillating from periods of institutionalization to an intense study of the occult and then back to working his creative magic as a producer...