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I'll Smile Tomorrow: Lessons Learned

by H. Keith McAdams

I'll Smile Tomorrow: Lessons Learned begins with a violent present day prison riot where the so called "Blacks" and Hispanics no longer see eye to eye. Their long lasting peace treaty was breached and when the...


A Gift from Brittany

by Marjorie Price

The enchanting memoir of an artist?s liberating sojourn in France during the sixties?and the friendship that transformed her life

While in her late twenties, Marjorie Price leaves the comfort of her Chicago...


The Right Angle: Tales from a Sporting Life

by Bob Rich

"Erma Bombeck meets Ernest Hemingway." That’s how a friend described his impressions of Bob Rich’s stories. You may find yourself agreeing as you read these entertaining tales about the adventures of an...


A Long Silence: Memories of a German Refugee Child, 1941-1958

by Sabina De Werth Neu

After more than sixty years, the nightmarish sufferings of so many victims of Germany’s Nazi regime have been documented extensively. Rarely, however, does one hear about the experiences of German children...


Pretty in Plaid: A Life, A Witch, and a Wardrobe, or, the Wonder Years Before the Condescending,Egomaniacal, Self-Centered Smart-Ass Phase

by Jen Lancaster

Now in paperback! Jen Lancaster's cultural inferiority complex had to come from somewhere...and now fans can find out where in the New York Times bestseller Pretty in Plaid.

Before she was bitter, before she...


Women on Top

by Margaret Heffernan

More women are starting successful businesses than ever before. But what makes women leaders different? And how can others learn to capitalize on their strengths? Through interviews with hundreds of women entrepreneurs,...


Journals: 1952-2000

by Jr., Arthur M. Schlesinger

From his entrance into Democratic leadership circles in the 1950s through his years in the Kennedy administration and up until his last days, Arthur Schlesinger, Jr., was always at the vital center of American...


The Warrior: A Mother's Story of a Son at War

by Frances Richey

A "heart-rending"(Anna Quindlen, Newsweek) memoir-in-verse that speaks to a mother's love for her son

When Frances Richey's only child, Ben, a graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point and...


Lost in North America: The Imaginary Canadian in the American Dream

by John Gray

A personal, idiosyncratic tour of the collective work of art we call Canada.


Victorian Secrets: What a Corset Taught Me about the Past, the Present, and Myself

by Sarah A. Chrisman

On Sarah A. Chrisman’s twenty-ninth birthday, her husband, Gabriel, presented her with a corset. The material and the design were breathtakingly beautiful, but her mind immediately filled with unwelcome views....


Ghosts by Daylight: A Modern-Day War Correspondent's Memoir of Love, Loss, and Redemption

by Janine Di Giovanni

Janine di Giovanni has spent most of her career—more than twenty years—in war zones recording events on behalf of the voiceless. From Sarajevo to East Timor, from Sierra Leone to Afghanistan, Iraq, and Somalia,...


Too Close to the Falls

by Catherine Gildiner

Welcome to the childhood of Catherine McClure Gildiner. It is the mid-1950s in Lewiston, New York, a sleepy town near Niagara Falls. Divorce is unheard of, mothers wear high heels to the beauty salon, and television...


Me and a Guy Named Elvis: My Lifelong Friendship with Elvis Presley

by Jerry Schilling & Chuck Crisafulli

Commemorating the thirtieth anniversary of Elvis?s death, an intimate memoir of a friendship with the greatest artist in rock and roll history, taking you from late-night parties at Graceland to the bright lights...


Bitter is the New Black: Confessions of a Condescending, Egomaniacal, Self-Centered Smartass, Or, Why You Should Never Carry A Prada Bag to the Unempl

by Jen Lancaster

Jen Lancaster was living the sweet life-until real life kicked her to the curb.

She had the perfect man, the perfect job-hell, she had the perfect life-and there was no reason to think it wouldn't last. Or...


Forever Liesl: A Memoir of The Sound of Music

by Charmian Carr

The magic of The Sound of Music lives on in the minds and hearts of everyone it has touched. Now, Charmian Carr, who in 1965 captivated moviegoers as Liesl "Sixteen Going on Seventeen" von Trapp, tells what...


Vet in Green Pastures

by Hugh Lasgarn

As a fresh young graduate from Glasgow Veterinary College, Hugh Lasgarn could not have made a worse impression when he fell over a doorway on arriving at his first practice in the Welsh Borders. He came as a...


Getting a Grip: On My Body, My Mind, My Self

by Monica Seles

This New York Times hardcover bestseller is a remarkable journey through fame, tragedy, self-discovery, and triumph

Getting a Grip chronicles Monica Seles's early success on the tennis circuit where, at age...


The Reluctant Tuscan: How I Discovered My Inner Italian

by Phil Doran

After years of working on a string of sitcoms, Phil Doran found himself on the outside looking in. Just as he and his peers had replaced the older guys when he was coming up the ranks, it was now happening to...


How Starbucks Saved My Life: A Son of Privilege Learns to Live Like Everyone Else

by Michael Gates Gill

Now in paperback, the national bestselling riches-to-rags true story of an advertising executive who had it all, then lost it all—and was finally redeemed by his new job, and his twenty-eight-year-old boss,...


What I Thought I Knew: A Memoir

by Alice Eve Cohen

"Darkly hilarious...an unexpected bundle of joy."

-O, The Oprah Magazine

Alice Cohen was happy for the first time in years. After a difficult divorce, she had a new love in her life, she was rais­ing a beloved...