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Playing with Purpose: Inside the Lives and Faith of the NFL's Top New Quarterbacks

by Mike Yorkey

They dominated college football and stood strong for their faith. Now, as they storm the NFL, learn all about “the three quarterbacks”: Bradford, McCoy, and Tebow. Dubbed the “Holy Trinity” by sportswriters,...


Reggie Kray's East End Stories: The lost memoir of a gangland legend

by Reggie Kray

The name Reggie Kray remains synonymous with London's East End to this day, and yet although much is known about Reg and his brother Ronnie's life of crime in the '50s and '60s, to date precious little has been...


See Naples and Die

by Penelope Green

The second book in a much loved Italian travel memoir trilogy which also includes the delightful When in Rome and Girl by Sea.

After three years living and working in Italy, Australian journalist Penelope Green...


When in Rome: Chasing la dolce vita

by Penelope Green

The first book in a much loved Italian travel memoir trilogy which also includes the delightful See Naples and Die and Girl by Sea.

Winner of the Grollo Ruzzene Foundation Prize in the Victorian Premier's Literary...


Don't You Know Who I Used to Be?: From Manolos to Motherhood

by Julia Morris

Julia Morris is the first to admit she does not know much, but these are some of the things she knows for sure: - Writing a Logie speech when you are aged eight is not normal; - Cathy Freeman is the only woman...


A Man's Got to Have a Hobby: Long Summers With My Dad

by William McInnes

'McInnes applies a deft touch to a swag of recollections, shaping a yarn that should be listed with the national treasures.' Courier-Mail

'Life goes by so fast that sometimes it is good to wait and let the...


Under a Starless Sky: A Family's Escape From Iran

by Banafsheh Serov

One family's journey through the turmoil of the 1978 revolution, when the Ayatollah Khomeini came to power in Iran, and their escape over the mountains to Turkey, and ultimately to Australia. Banafsheh is eight...


That'd Be Right: A Fairly True History of Modern Australia

by William McInnes

'a funny and clever reminiscence about what happened in Australia over the past 30 years ... Told with a delightful insight and sense of whimsy.' Daily Telegraph

In THAT'D BE RIGHT, much loved actor and author...


My Name Is Iran

by Iran Davar Ardalan & Davar Ardalan

A century of family tales from two beloved but divided homelands, Iran and America

Drawing on her remarkable personal history, NPR producer Davar Ardalan brings us the lives of three generations of women and...


Against the Tide

by Lincoln Chafee

In this smart, candid, and surprising political memoir, Lincoln Chafee offers a behind-the-scenes look at the first six years of the Bush Administration from the vantage point of one of the few Republican moderates...


Deal Me in

by Stephen John & Marvin Karlins

Deal Me In showcases 20 of the world's top poker players as they share their colorful and inspiring stories of how they became professionals. Poker's biggest players, such as Phil Ivey (2009 WSOP Main Event...


Roger Federer: Quest for Perfection

by Rene Stauffer

Regarded by many as the greatest tennis player in the history of the sport, this authoritative biography charts the success of Roger Federer, drawing from exclusive interviews with Federer and his family as...


Breath: A Lifetime in the Rhythm of an Iron Lung: A Memoir

by Martha Mason

The remarkable, inspiring story of one of the most extraordinary women you'll ever meet- the irresistible memoir of a joyful, generous, and spirited life lived from within an iron lung.


The Bard is a Very Singular Character': Iolo Morganwg, Marginalia and Print Culture

by Ffion Mair Jones

A cunning and successful literary forger, Iolo Morganwg has been a controversial figure within Welsh literary tradition and history ever since his death in 1826. During his lifetime, however, he was largely...


Picklehead

by Rohan Candappa

Rohan Candappa, author of bestselling humour books such as the Little Book of Stress and The Curious Incident of the Weapons of Mass Destruction, is the son of a Sri Lankan father and Burmese mother. He grew...


Autobiography of a People: Three Centuries of African American History Told by Those Who Lived It

by Herb Boyd

Autobiography of a People is an insightfully assembled anthology of eyewitness accounts that traces the history of the African American experience.  From the Middle Passage to the Million Man March, editor...


Tip It!: The World According to Maggie

by Maggie Griffin

Dear Readers,

There are at least five good reasons to Tip It! right now.

1. My daughter Kathy put out her memoir last year, which was real nice except for the controversial parts. And it got to be a #1 New York...


Now I See the Moon

by Elaine Hall

When her son, Neal, was diagnosed withautism, former Hollywood acting coach Elaine Hall, aka Coach E, took matters into her own hands and used her resources to guide him toward an increasingly independent life....


Gilded Lily: Lily Safra: The Making of One of the World's Wealthiest Widows

by Isabel Vincent

The mesmerizing biography of one of the world's richest, most intriguing women—philanthropist and socialite Lily Safra

In the early morning of December 3, 1999, Lily Safra stood shivering in her nightgown on...


No Way Down: Life and Death on K2

by Graham Bowley

In this riveting work of narrative nonfiction, journalist Graham Bowley re-creates one of the most dramatic tales of death and survival in mountaineering history, vividly taking readers through the tragic 2008...