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Charles Baudelaire, His Life

by Theophile Gautier

The first time that we met Baudelaire was towards the middle of the year 1849, at the Hôtel Pimodan, where we occupied, near Fernand Boissard, a strange apartment which communicated with his by a private staircase...


Cabin Fever: The Sizzling Secrets of a Virgin Airlines Flight Attendant

by Mandy Smith & Nicola Stow

In the tradition of Waiter Rant, a saucy look at life behind the beverage cartEver since Coffee, Tea or Me? was first published in the swinging sixties, the reading public has been enamored with stewardesses....


I Am Charlie Wilson

by Charlie Wilson

The long-awaited memoir of seven-time Grammy-nominated artist Charlie Wilson, the iconic R&B and Funk singer-songwriter-producer—interwoven with his recollections of collaborating with fellow artists such...


The Good Shufu: Finding Love, Self, and Home on the Far Side of the World

by Tracy Slater

The brave, wry, irresistible journey of a fiercely independent American woman who finds everything she ever wanted in the most unexpected place.

 

Shufu: in Japanese it means “housewife,” and it’s the...


Thomas and the stars

by Rocco Cardillo

A fairy tale for adults and children , sometimes sad sometimes happy . A fairy tale like all fairy tales ends with the happy moments , as though in reality there are no waivers wanted to do along the way to...


Books Fatal to Their Authors

by P. H. Ditchfield

To record the woes of authors and to discourse de libris fatalibus seems deliberately to court the displeasure of that fickle mistress who presides over the destinies of writers and their works. Fortune awaits...


Wild Boys: A Parent's Story of Tough Love

by Helena Pastor

Wild Boys explores the challenge of disengaged youth from a mother’s perspective and offers an intimate insight into rarely chronicled aspects of youth work

For too long, Helena, a mother of four boys, has...


Down the Rabbit Hole

by Holly Madison

The shocking, never-before-told story of the bizarre world inside the legendary Playboy Mansion—and, finally, the secret truth about the man who holds the key—from one of the few people who truly knows:...


Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl: An Autobiographical Account of an Escaped Slave and Abolitionist

by Harriet Ann Jacobs

After hiding in her grandmother’s attic for seven years, Harriet Ann Jacobs was finally able to escape servitude—and her master’s sexual abuse—when she fled to the North. Once there, she became a very...


The Monkey on My Back: A Memoir

by Debbi Morgan

A deeply personal memoir spanning three generations of women, this is the intimate autobiography of Emmy Award–winning actress Debbi Morgan, best known as Angie Hubbard on the long-running soap opera All My...


Blackout: Remembering the Things I Drank to Forget

by Sarah Hepola

"It's such a savage thing to lose your memory, but the crazy thing is, it doesn't hurt one bit. A blackout doesn't sting, or stab, or leave a scar when it robs you. Close your eyes and open them again. That's...


Allen Klein: The Man Who Bailed Out the Beatles, Made the Stones, and Transformed Rock & Roll

by Fred Goodman

An account of the heyday of rock & roll through the lens of Allen Klein, the business manager, producer, and gadfly who "broke up the Beatles" and showed the Rolling Stones how to become the pre-eminent dynasty...


How to Catch a Russian Spy: The True Story of an American Civilian Turned Double Agent

by Naveed Jamali & Ellis Henican

The fascinating story of a young American amateur who helped the FBI bust a Russian spy in New York—sold in ten countries and in a major deal to 20th Century Fox.For three nerve-wracking years, Naveed Jamali...


The Good, the Bad, and the Grace of God

by Jep and Jessica Robertson & Susy Flory

A Moving Story of Redemption and Second Chances  

Jep Robertson, the youngest son of Duck Commander Phil Robertson, and his wife, Jessica, open up about their personal trials, their early years together, and...


Unprocessed

by Megan Kimble

Megan Kimble was a twenty-six-year-old living in a small apartment without even a garden plot to her name. But she knew that she cared about where her food came from, how it was made, and what it did to her...


Daniel, My Son

by David Thomas

Daniel Thomas was 17 when he was diagnosed with rare bone cancer. His chances of survival were slim. But his father David refused to give up hope and did everything in his power to find his son a cure. Sadly,...


Daniel, My Son: A Father's Powerful Account  Of His Son's Cancer Journey

by David Thomas

Daniel Thomas was 17 when he was diagnosed with rare bone cancer. His chances of survival were slim. But his father David refused to give up hope and did everything in his power to find his son a cure. Sadly,...


Getting to Grey Owl: Journeys on Four Continents

by Kurt Caswell

Writer, teacher, and adventurer Kurt Caswell has spent his adult life canoeing, hiking, and pedaling his way toward a deeper understanding of our vast and varied world. Getting to Grey Owl: A Man's Journey across...


Memoirs

by Tennessee Williams & John Waters

For the "old crocodile," as Williams called himself late in life, the past was always present, and so it is with his continual shifting and intermingling of times, places, and memories as he weaves this story....


White Night

by Kathi Haacke Morehead

Can death teach us the lessons we missed in life? Is the journey over or just beginning? Joanna lived the perfect life: perfect daughter, wife, and mother ... or so she thought until she died. Is death the end...