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Starting Out

by Alastair Cook

Alastair Cook forced his way into the record books in 2006, becoming one of the few England players to score a hundred on debut. By going on to become the only Englishman to hit seven Test centuries before his...


Earth Pilgrim: Conversations with Satish Kumar

by Satish Kumar

In Earth Pilgrim, Satish Kumar draws on his personal experience as well as his understanding of the spiritual traditions of both East and West. The book takes the form of conversations between Satish and others...


House of Cards: The True Story of How a 26-Year-Old Fundamentalist Virgin Learned about Life, Love, and Sex by Writing Greeting Cards

by David Ellis Dickerson

A hilarious and honest memoir by an ex-greeting card writer, ex- virgin fundamentalist, and current This American Life contributor.

When David Dickerson landed his dream job-at Hallmark writing greeting cards-he...


Dreamseller

by Brandon Novak

"Skate, drugs, and rock n roll!" --Kat Von D, LA Ink

Skateboarding used to be my life. When I was fourteen years old, I was discovered by Bucky Lasek and Tony Hawk and was on my way to turning pro. I toured the...


Playing With Fire

by Kirstie McLellan Day, Theo Fleury & Wayne Gretzky

In Playing With Fire, Theo Fleury takes us behind the bench during his glorious days as an NHL player, and talks about growing up devastatingly poor and in chaos at home. Dark personal issues began to surface,...


1536: The Year that Changed Henry VIII

by Suzannah Lipscomb

Henry VIII is known stereotypically as a corpulent, covetous, and cunning king whose appetite for worldly goods met few parallels, whose wives met infamously premature ends, and whose religion was largely political...


The Accidental Millionaire: How to Succeed in Life Without Really Trying

by Gary Fong

The Accidental Millionaire is the memoir of Gary Fong, would-be slacker who revolutionized wedding photography, inventor of popular photography aids, entrepreneur, contrarian, bon vivant and a man who really,...


Dear Sound of Footstep: Essays

by Ashley Butler

An intimate look at a mother's death with vignettes exploring art, astronomy, cosmonautics--even Houdini.


1989 The Berlin Wall: My Part in Its Downfall

by Peter Millar

Peter Millar was in the middle of the event, literally: caught in Checkpoint Charlie between bemused East German border guards and drunk western revellers prematurely celebrating the end of an era.


Mrs. Robert E. Lee: The Lady of Arlington

by John Perry

Many know about her husband, Robert E. Lee, and her great-grandmother, Martha Washington; many have visited the cemetery that now occupies her family estate. But few today know much about Mary Custis Lee herself....


North Face of Soho

by Clive James

Taking us from Fleet Street to Clive James on TV, from Russian department stores to Paris fashion shows – via fatherhood, some killer bees, and a satire starring Anne Robinson as Mrs Thatcher – North Face...


First Ladies: An Intimate Group Portrait of White House Wives

by Margaret Truman

This well-informed, intimate look at 29 women whose lives were intertwined with those who lead and have led this country presents forthright interviews with Lady Bird Johnson, Hillary Clinton, Nancy Reagan,...


My Lead Dog Was A Lesbian: Mushing Across Alaska in the Iditarod--the World's Most Grueling Race

by Brian Patrick O'Donoghue

   The Iditarod may be the only race that awards a prize for last place.  But then how many people can even complete a course that ranges across 1,000 miles of Alaska's ice fields, mountains, and canyons...


Palm Sunday: An Autobiographical Collage

by Kurt Vonnegut

In this self-portrait by an American genius, Kurt Vonnegut writes with beguiling wit and poignant wisdom about his favorite comedians, country music, a dead friend, a dead marriage, and various cockamamie aspects...


Drucker: The Man Who Invented the Corporate Society

by JOHN TARANT

A biography of Peter Drucker, one of the most pre-eminent businessmen and theorists.


This Family of Mine: What It Was Like Growing Up Gotti

by Victoria Gotti

For decades, scandalous rumors and sensational tabloid headlines have obscured the truth about one the most famous and intriguing families in modern history: the real players, the real relationships, behind...


The Time of My Life

by Patrick Swayze & Lisa Niemi Swayze

In a career spanning more than thirty years, Patrick Swayze has made a name for himself on the stage, the screen, and television. Known for his versatility, passion and fearlessness, he's become one of our most...


The Clinton Tapes: Wrestling History with the President

by Taylor Branch

A GROUNDBREAKING BOOK about the modern presidency, The Clinton Tapes invites readers into private dialogue with a gifted, tormented, resilient President of the United States. Here is what President Clinton thought...


Revolutionary Suicide: (Penguin Classics Deluxe Edition)

by Huey P. Newton

The searing, visionary memoir of founding Black Panther Huey P. Newton, in a dazzling graphic package

Eloquently tracing the birth of a revolutionary, Huey P. Newton's famous and oft-quoted autobiography is...


Read My Pins

by Madeleine Albright

Before long, and without intending it, I found that jewelry had become part of my personal diplomatic arsenal. Former president George H. W. Bush had been known for saying "Read my lips." I began urging colleagues...