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Dan Knew

by F J Curlew

A Ukrainian street dog is rescued from certain death by an expat family. As he travels with them to Estonia, Lithuania, Portugal and the UK, he learns how to be a people dog, but a darkness grows and he finds...

The Boxer Within

by Vicki Simos

Based on true events, this story is set predominantly in Adelaide, and takes a trip down memory lane to my childhood home of Barmera in the Riverland, 222 kilometres north of Adelaide. Born in 1974 to Greek...

Big League Babble On

by John Gallagher

  • Sports and pop culture gossip memoir from the sport radio jockey and former host of Canada's #1 talk show, Gallagher on TSN, John Gallagher
  • Foreword by Wayne Gretzky, whose 2016 memoir has sold over 80,000...

Respecting the Patient's and Physician's Relationship

by Stephanie Burch

This is really based on what I’ve went through in my early 20’s that changed my life dramatically, so I hope my readers learn from my experience and what kind of hell I’ve been through and not make the...

On A Stormy Course: In the Hot Seat at St. Stephen's

by Valson Thampu

What is the institution that the world knows as St. Stephen?s College, Delhi? Is it only an anthology of nostalgic tales, mythological anecdotes, free-wheeling assertions and transitory opinions? Or does it...

A Time that was...

by Philip S Salisbury

The author worked as a teacher and had a variety of experiences in Liberia and traveling in West Africa from 1962-1964. The author kept a diary for most of his tour of duty. The book reveals the day-to-day life...

Out of Montana

by Gordon L Noel

When Gordon Noel was five years old he came home from school to find that his father had left his mother for another woman. There were no roadmaps for divorced kids in 1940s Montana, and for the next thirteen...

George Eliot's Life (All three volumes)

by George Eliot

With the materials that the famous authoress has left behind, the editors have endeavored to form an autobiography (if the term may be permitted) of George Eliot. The life has been allowed to write itself in...

The Ogre

by Doug Scott

Some mountains are high; some mountains are hard. Few are both.

On the afternoon of 13 July 1977, having become the first climbers to reach the summit of the Ogre, Doug Scott and Chris Bonington began their long...

So Here It Is: How the Boy From Wolverhampton Rocked the World With Slade

by Dave Hill

'No Slade = No Oasis. It's as devastating and as simple as that' Noel Gallagher

Slade's music and style dominated and defined the 1970s. With six consecutive number one singles they were the UK's number one group...

21st-Century Yokel

by Tom Cox

21st-Century Yokel explores the way we can be tied inescapably to landscape, whether we like it or not, often through our family and our past. It's not quite a nature book, not quite a humour book, not quite...

The Great Horizon

by Jo Woolf & Iain Stewart

Fifty stories of adventure and exploration over more than two hundred years of human history. The Great Horizon features those who set out to conquer new territories and claim world records alongside those who...

Shelved: A Memoir of Aging in America

by Sue Petrovski

Sue Petrovski has always been capable, thoughtful, and productive. After retiring from a long and successful career in education, she published two books, ran an antiques business, and volunteered in her community....

Half-Past Winter

by Nancy Hopkins Reily

Nancy Hopkins Reily thought she knew everything she needed to know when she published I Am At An Age in 1990 at age fifty. She says, “I had compiled my life’s experiences with metaphors using the mountains...

Texas Tales

by Myra Hargrave McIlvain

These tales trace the Texas story, from Cabeza de Vaca who trekked barefoot across the country recording the first accounts of Indian life, to impresarios like Stephen F. Austin and Don Martín DeLeón who brought...

Tales of Bialystok

by Charles Zachariah Goldberg & Phyllis Goldberg Ross

Charles Zachariah Goldberg left Bialystok in 1906 at the age of 20 in the aftermath of a deadly pogrom in Bialystok, then a part of Czarist Russia.  Published later in life, living in Connecticut, these are...

The Score of a Lifetime: 25 Years Talking Chicago Sports

by Terry Boers

For 25 years, Chicago sports fans invited Terry Boers into their homes, cars, and offices as one of the premier voices of WSCR radio. Covering the latest championships and trades, and always ready to offer up...

Phil Spector

by Sean MacLeod

Phil Spector is a musician, songwriter and producer whose musical ability and visionary foresight as a producer charted the future of popular music and culture of the late 20th century. He revolutionized recording...

Barbara La Marr

by Sherri Snyder

Barbara La Marr's (1896--1926) publicist once confessed: "There was no reason to lie about Barbara La Marr. Everything she said, everything she did was colored with news-value." When La Marr was sixteen, her...

The Madness is on the Pitch

by Jens Lehmann, Christof Siemes & Ceylan Hussein

Jens Lehmann is one of football's most recognisable goalkeepers. In a playing career stretching across four decades he represented three of Europe's most illustrious clubs. Winning Bundesliga and Premier League...