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Scribe: My Life in Sports

by Bob Ryan

Ever since he joined the sports department of the Boston Globe in 1968, sports enthusiasts have been blessed with the writing and reporting of Bob Ryan. Tony Kornheiser calls him the �quintessential American...


Seven Letters from Paris: A Memoir

by Samantha Vérant

Twenty years, seven letters, and one long-lost love of a lifetime

At age 40, Samantha Verant's life is falling apart-she's jobless, in debt, and feeling stuck... until she stumbles upon seven old love letters...


Mayor for a New America

by Thomas M. Menino & Jack Beatty

A revealing memoir by Boston’s beloved five-term mayor, explaining the power behind Boston’s success and lessons for the Washington power brokers


Dancing with a Cocaine Cowboy: Love and Life with a Colombian Drug Trafficker

by Robyn Windshuttle

The story of how an Australian showgirl became entangled in her boyfriend's European cocaine ring and how it changed her life forever.


Childhood of an Idiot

by Dom Harvey

Dom Harvey, author of the bestselling Bucket List of an Idiot, returns to his childhood in this laugh-out-loud story of life as a kid in 1980s New Zealand.


Conversations with My Father: Jack Kyle

by Justine Kyle McGrath

Jack Kyle was the rugby giant of his time, but he is also so much more than a sporting legend. Whilst he was winning a Grand Slam and touring with the Lions, Jack Kyle was also studying to be a doctor. When...


Special Deluxe: A Memoir of Life & Cars

by Neil Young

Neil Young's first memoir, Waging Heavy Peace, was an international bestseller and critical sensation. The Wall Street Journal wrote that it was "terrific: modest, honest, funny and frequently moving," while...


Lost Province

by Stephen Henighan

Stephen Henighan billets with a family as an English teacher in Moldova, a country born from the dismantling of Romania during World War II.


More Cock-Eyed Optimism

by Nigel Quiney

This frank and honest memoir follows the life of Nigel Quiney aged twenty-one returning to London from the USA. He re-joins the family business of paper importers Ridley Quiney & Co. and leaves home. The new...


Jumping into the Parade: The Leap of Faith That Made My Broken Life Worth Living

by Tim Brown

On the outside, it looked like Tim Brown was living the American Dream.

After overcoming a difficult childhood in a dysfunctional family rife with drugs and alcohol, he became a millionaire by age 30 and had...


Finding Zoe: A Deaf Woman's Story of Identity, Love, and Adoption

by Gail Harris, Brandi Rarus & Marlee Matlin

At just a few months old, Zoe was gradually losing her hearing. Her adoptive parents loved her—yet agonized—feeling they couldn’t handle raising a Deaf child. Would Zoe go back into the welfare system and...


On That Day I Left My Boyhood Behind

by Woodcock Norman & Burnett Susan

1914. At 17, Norman Woodcock is called up and leaves the warmth and comfort of the family bakery in Leeds with little more than the uniform on his back. 1919. He returns having witnessed unspeakable horrors,...


1969 and Then Some: A Memoir of Romance, Motorcycles, and Lingering Flashbacks of a Golden Age

by Robert Wintner

The year when everything needed to be experienced and tried, when innocence was tempted, played, and lost.

1969 was that pivotal year for the baby boomers. Young and innocent, they were given the ultimate freedoms...


Don't Be Afraid of the Bullets: An Accidental War Correspondent in Yemen

by Laura Kasinof

Laura Kasinof studied Arabic in college and moved to Yemen a few years later—after a friend at a late-night party in Washington, DC, recommended the country as a good place to work as a freelance journalist....


Free to Fly

by Evelyn M Douglas

What do you do when a loved one has committed corporate fraud? How do you manage when your life-partner is jailed? Free to Fly is one woman's account of how she dealt with this major life challenge. An announcement...


An Accidental Sportswriter: A Memoir

by Robert Lipsyte

A longtime sports columnist for the New York Times interweaves stories from his life and the events he covered to explore the relationships between the games we play and the lives we lead

Growing up, Robert Lipsyte...


The Lodge Women, Their Men and Their Times

by Emily Lodge

From the earliest days of the American colonies, through the Gilded Age, to the late 20th century, The Lodge Women traces a line of the family's remarkable history that is at once intensely personal, political...


Sempre Susan: A Memoir of Susan Sontag

by Sigrid Nunez

A poignant, intimate memoir of one of America's most esteemed and fascinating cultural figures, and a deeply felt tribute.

Sigrid Nunez was an aspiring writer when she first met Susan Sontag, already a legendary...


Cardboard Ocean

by Mike McCardell

Bestselling author and TV personality Mike McCardell, known for his humorous and touching portraits of ordinary BC lives, turns a new page and crafts a bittersweet memoir of his own hardscrabble childhood in...


Am I Getting Paid for This?: Memoir of A Career Girl

by Betty Rollin

When Betty Rollin graduated from college in the late 1950s, she couldn’t find a husband and she didn’t want to be a secretary. So, in the days before women’s liberation, she started a career—or, as she...