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Diaries, 1971-1983

by James Lees-Milne & Michael Bloch

Funny, indiscreet, candid, touching and sharply observed, this second compilation from James Lees-Milne's celebrated diaries covers his life during his sixties and early seventies, when he was living in Gloucestershire...


Way Back in the Ozarks (Book2): The Tale of Danny Boy

by Howard "Ozark Monk" Hefley & James C. Hefley

Way back in the Ozark Mountains is Mt. Judea, AR-population less than 50, counting the dogs. A place where folks still gather on the front porch "of an evenin'" and reminisce about bygone days. Days when "Ozark...


Way Back in the Ozarks: The story of a boy, his dog, and a coon

by Howard "Ozark Monk" Hefley & James C. Hefley

The story of Howard "Ozark Monk" Hefley and the critters who roam the hills and hollers with him in the Ozark Mountains gives new meaning to the phrase "man's best friend." Young Monk communes with nature to...


Iron and Silk

by Mark Salzman

Salzman captures post-cultural revolution China through his adventures as a young American English teacher in China and his shifu-tudi (master-student) relationship with China's foremost martial arts teacher....


One Family's Journey: Canfor and the Transformation of British Columbia's Forest Industry

by Peter Bentley

Peter Bentley recounts the exciting journey shared with his esteemed father, Leopold "Poldi" Bentley, and his uncle in the building of a major forest products company.

Bentley has a unique perspective on the...


MWF Seeking BFF: My Yearlong Search for a New Best Friend

by Rachel Bertsche

When Rachel Bertsche first moves to Chicago, she’s thrilled to finally share a zip code, let alone an apartment, with her boyfriend. But shortly after getting married, Bertsche realizes that her new life is...


Flight for Life: An American Company's Dramatic Rescue of Nigerian Burn Victims

by Richard D. Stewart

Flight for Life is the heart-stopping account of one of the most gripping rescue missions in African history. Told by a doctor involved in saving the lives of Nigerian workers who became victims of a tragic...


Nationalist in the Viet Nam Wars: Memoirs of a Victim Turned Soldier

by Nguyen Cong Luan

This extraordinary memoir tells the story of one man's experience of the wars of Viet Nam from the time he was old enough to be aware of war in the 1940s until his departure for America 15 years after the collapse...


Lost In Place: Growing Up Absurd in Suburbia

by Mark Salzman

From the author of Iron & Silk comes a charming and frequently uproarious account of an American adolescence in the age of Bruce Lee, Ozzy Osborne, and Kung Fu. As Salzman recalls coming of age with one foot...


Red China Blues: My Long March From Mao to Now

by Jan Wong

Jan Wong, a Canadian of Chinese descent, went to China as a starry-eyed Maoist in 1972 at the height of the Cultural Revolution. A true believer--and one of only two Westerners permitted to enroll at Beijing...


Diary of a Company Man: Losing a Job, Finding a Life

by James S. Kunen

James S. Kunen—author of The Strawberry Statement, an account of the 1968 student uprising at Columbia University—chronicles his adventures on the road to finding meaning in work and life. He traces his...


Preemie: Lessons in Love, Life, and Motherhood

by Kasey Mathews

In her early thirties, Kasey Mathews had it all: a loving husband, a beautiful two-year-old son, and a second baby on the way. But what seemed a perfect life was shattered when she went into labor four months...


A Queer and Pleasant Danger: The true story of a nice Jewish boy who joins the Church of Scientology, and leaves twelve years later to become the love

by Kate Bornstein

A stunningly original memoir of a nice Jewish boy who joined the Church of Scientology and left twelve years later, ultimately transitioning to a woman. A few years later, she stopped calling herself a woman...


Sergeant Rex: The Unbreakable Bond Between a Marine and His Military Working Dog

by Mike Dowling & Damien Lewis

“In Iraq we put our lives in each other’s hands (and paws) day after day. We took care of each other no matter what. Rex and I have a bond that will last for the rest of our born days. If ever there was...


A Doctor's Quest: The Struggle for Mother and Child Health Around the Globe

by Gretchen Roedde & Dr. John Evans

Dr. Gretchen Roedde tells the stories of the hopes of village women in the developing world struggling to give birth safely. A Doctor's Quest analyzes the slow progress in global maternal health, contrasting...


Diaries, 1942-1954

by Michael Bloch & James Lees-Milne

The diaries of the National Trust's country house expert James Lees-Milne (1908-97) have been hailed as 'one of the treasures of contemporary English literature'. The first of three, this volume, which includes...


The Dog with Nine Lives

by Della Galton

Lindy, the Dog with Nine Lives, is the true story of a little brown dog from Rhodes whose ‘rags to riches’ tale will warm the hearts of dog lovers everywhere.


Brothers (and Me): A Memoir of Loving and Giving

by Donna Britt

· Donna Britt has always been surrounded by men-her father, three brothers, two husbands, three sons, countless friends. She learned to give to them at an early age. But after her beloved brother Darrell's...


Simply Truffles: Recipes and Stories That Capture the Essence of the Black Diamond

by Patricia Wells

Celebrated journalist, author, and teacher Patricia Wells reveals the secrets behind the legendary truffle in this charming cookbook—featuring lush color photographs and sixty delectable recipes

What delicacy...


I Wish I Were Engulfed in Flames: My Insane Life Raising Two Boys with Autism

by Jeni Decker

Jeni Decker is five-foot nothing and one hundred and [redacted] pounds—a self described roly-poly, forty-something, Reubenesque bon-bon of a gal, often called cute but never sexy. She has two sons with autism...