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Songs of Blood and Sword: A Daughter's Memoir

by Fatima Bhutto

In September 1996, fourteen-year-old Fatima Bhutto hid in a windowless dressing room, shielding her baby brother, while shots rang out in the dark outside the family home in Karachi. This was the night her father...


Madison and Jefferson

by Andrew Burstein & Nancy Isenberg

“[A] monumental dual biography . . . a distinguished work, combining deep research, a pleasing narrative style and an abundance of fresh insights, a rare combination.”—The Dallas Morning News

 

The third...


Question

by Lee Hoyle

Lee Hoyle - philosopher, man on the street or genius? Perhaps after reading this book you will make your own mind up. Unedited from his original manuscripts, this eBook contains a large number of 'mini articles'...


Paul Newman: A Life

by Shawn Levy

Paul Newman, who died in 2008, achieved superstar status by playing charismatic renegades, broken heroes, and winsome anti-heroes in such classic films as The Hustler, Cool Hand Luke, Butch Cassidy and the Sundance...


A Fortunate Life: The Autobiography of Paddy Ashdown

by Paddy Ashdown

Paddy Ashdown’s autobiography was hailed as one of the most readable and exciting political life stories ever written of all – precisely because it was so very much more.

This is the autobiography of an...


Leon Uris: Life of a Best Seller

by Ira B. Nadel

As the best-selling author of Exodus, Mila 18, QB VII, and Trinity, Leon Uris blazed a path to celebrity with books that readers could not put down. Uris's thirteen novels sold millions of copies, spent months...


The Faith and Values of Sarah Palin: What She Believes and What It Means for America

by Stephen Mansfield

She stepped onto the world stage as the Republican vice-presidential nominee in the election of 2008. Previously, she had only been a small town mayor and the governor of a state with slightly more than half...


Operation Dark Heart

by Anthony Shaffer

On Friday, August 13, 2010, just as St. Martin’s Press was readying its initial shipment of this book, the Department of Defense contacted us to express its concern that our publication of Operation Dark Heart...


She's the Boss: The Disturbing Truth About Nancy Pelosi

by Rochelle Schweizer

Why Is Nancy Pelosi the Most Dangerous Woman in America?

Most people see Pelosi exactly the way she wants them to: a cultured San Franciscan politician from an esteemed family. But underneath the Chanel suit...


Chopin and Beyond: My Extraordinary Life in Music and the Paranormal

by Byron Janis & Maria Cooper Janis

One of the world's greatest classical pianists reveals how the "other world" transformed his life and career

By any measure, Byron Janis has had an extraordinary musical career. His discovery of two long-lost...


Street Player: My Chicago Story

by Danny Seraphine

The inside story of Chicago, one of the most successful and enduring rock bands ever

With their distinctive blending of soulful rock and horn-infused urban jazz, Chicago has thrilled music fans for more than...


Paul Simon: A Life

by Marc Eliot

The definitive biography of legendary singer-songwriter Paul Simon.

Paul Simon, one of the country's most popular musicians, has been a dynamic creative force for more than half a century. Now New York Times...


Decline & Fall: Diaries 2005-2010

by Chris Mullin

On the backbenches but still in the thick of it, Decline and Fall runs from Chris Mullin's sacking as a minister by Tony ('The Man') Blair in 2005 to the fall of New Labour in May 2010. Here is politics as it...


Touched by Fire: Igniting a Passion for Ministry to Others

by Larry Yeagley

Larry Yeagley lays bare the soul of a pastor as he shares the joy and pain of "the most exciting and rewarding work in the whole world." He writes of pulpit pounders, dog funerals, fund-raising, and frigid baptisms....


It Doesn't Take a Hero: The Autobiography of General Norman Schwarzkopf

by Norman Schwarzkopf

He set his star by a simple motto: duty, honor,  country. Only rarely does history grant a single  individual the ability, personal charisma, moral  force, and intelligence to command the respect,  admiration,...


Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu

by Celestino Deleyto & Maria del Mar Azcona

This in-depth study of Mexican film director Alejandro Gonzalez Iñarritu explores his role in moving Mexican filmmaking from a traditional nationalist agenda toward a more global focus. Working in the United...


First Things First: The Rules of Being a Warner

by Kurt Warner, Brenda Warner & Jennifer Schuchmann

Kurt Warner is the two-time NFL MVP–winning quarterback of the Arizona Cardinals. Brenda Warner is an ex-Marine turned stay-at-home mom who collects coats for low-income kids and rocks babies to sleep at a...


Passing for Normal: A Memoir of Compulsion

by Amy S. Wilensky

"What I remember even more distinctly than the incidents of cruelty and confusion, intolerance and avoidance--more vividly than standing in front of the mirror watching my head move with no conscious instruction...


Hole in the Sky: A Memoir

by William Kittredge

William Kittredge's stunning memoir is at once autobiography, a family chronicle, and a Westerner's settling of accounts with the land he grew up in. This is the story of a grandfather whose single-minded hunger...


The Nature of Generosity

by William Kittredge

Hailed as one of our finest writers about the American West, William Kittredge now brings all his experience and intelligence to bear on the wider, and wilder, West of our civilization. In certain respects,...