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Narrative Reflections: How Witnessing Their Stories Changes Our Lives

by Lucy S. Raizman & Bea Hollander-Goldfein

Narrative Reflections presents a series of poignant personal reflections by mental health professionals, triggered by reading interviews of Holocaust survivors and their families. Inspired by the practice of...


Confessions of a Mediocre Widow: Or, How I Lost My Husband and My Sanity

by Catherine Tidd

I spent my 11th wedding anniversary planning my husband's funeral. If I could just figure out how to make that rhyme, it would be the beginning of a great country song.

Involuntarily single. That's the true...


Dance of the Peacocks: New Zealanders in Exile in the Time of Hitler and Mao Tse-Tung

by James McNeish

The true story of five talented young men in exile in the time of Hitler and Mao Tse-Tung.'Altogether they knew five wars, three revolutions and - in the case of Ian Milner, accused in the Cold War of being...


On the Grand Trunk Road: A Journey into South Asia

by Steve Coll

Available for the first time in paperback, Steve Coll's trek across a socially and politically damaged South Asia

Bestselling author Steve Coll is one of the preeminent journalists of the twenty-first century....


A Life Constructed: Reflections on Breaking Barriers and Building Opportunities

by Delon Hampton & Bob Keefe

Growing up on the south side of Chicago in a poor, black, working-class neighborhood, Delon Hampton realized early on that any success he would achieve in life, he had to create on his own. Having earned a place...


Rage Against the Meshugenah: Why it Takes Balls to Go Nuts

by Danny Evans

In his early thirties, Danny Evans had a smokin' hot wife, a new baby boy, and the highest paying job he'd ever had. Then, in the span of one week, a sudden layoff and the events of 9/11 plunged Evans into a...


The Last True Story I'll Ever Tell

by John Crawford

In the tradition of Michael Herr's Dispatches, a National Guardsman's account of the war in Iraq.

John Crawford joined the Florida National Guard to pay for his college tuition, willingly exchanging one weekend...


The Kid: The Immortal Life of Ted Williams

by , Ben Bradlee

At long last, the epic biography Ted Williams deserves--and that his fans have been waiting for.

Williams was the best hitter in baseball history. His batting average of .406 in 1941 has not been topped since,...


Relentless: From Redshirt to the Rock of the Jayhawks

by Travis Releford & Matt Fulks

Every team has at least one. That one player who's called on to make something happen. Throughout his career on the University of Kansas basketball team, Travis Releford was that guy. So much so, in fact, that...


Pee-Shy

by Frank Spinelli

In his stunningly honest and poignant memoir, Frank Spinelli recounts a childhood marked by trauma and of finding the courage that ultimately transformed his life. . .

Frank Spinelli grew up on Staten Island...


An Extraordinary Story

by G. Giamberardino

This Book is an introspective journey, it's a way to know ourself through a rewind of life. Who are you? why are you? who became you? who are the most important persons for you? who moulded you? Lots of people...


The Bond

by Sampson Davis & Rameck Hunt

Drs. Sampson Davis, George Jenkins, and Rameck Hunt discovered early in their friendship that they shared a disturbing trait: as children, they navigated dangerous inner-city life without a father’s guidance....


Dog Man: An Uncommon Life on a Faraway Mountain

by Martha Sherrill

Dog Man: An Uncommon Life on a Faraway Mountain is a stunning portrait of the Japanese rebel who single-handedly rescued the 4,000-year-old Akita dog breed.

At the end of World War II, there were only 16 Akita...


An Analytical Survey of the Fifteen Two-Part Inventions by J.S. Bach

by Theodore O. Johnson

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Self-Portrait of a Scoundrel

by Chauncey Holt

Released for the first time 16 years after his death, this startling autobiography by one of the so-called “three tramps” from the John F. Kennedy assassination reveals the details of Chauncey Marvin Holt’s...


Boganaire: The Rise and Fall of Nathan Tinkler

by Paddy Manning

From blue collar to billionaire ...

Hunter Valley mine electrician Nathan Tinkler borrowed big in 2005, made a fortune from several speculative coal plays, and by 2011 was a self-made billionaire. He had gambled...


Pushing doors marked pull: An unlikely life in three parts

by Barry Gibbons

Pushing doors marked pull covers three periods in the life of ex-Burger King CEO Barry Gibbons. In the first part of the book, 'Rebel without a clue', we meet Barry as a directionless teen in Manchester during...


The Father and His Gift: John Logan Campbell's Later Years

by R.C.J. Stone

Few New Zealand biographies are so rich in social and personal detail. Written with the vivid touches of a novelist, The Father and his Gift completes the story of Sir John Logan Campbell, venerated in old age...


Branch Rickey: A Life

by Jimmy Breslin

The book that inspired Harrison Ford in his portrayal of Branch Rickey in the hit movie “42”

The idea of integrating baseball began as a dream in the mind of Branch Rickey. In 1947, as president and general...


Something for the Birds

by Jacqueline Fahey

Fizzing with wit and style and featuring original illustrations by the author, this lively, humorous, and tragic memoir traces the roots of a distinguished painter and her crucial role in New Zealand's feminist...