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The Long Snapper

by Jeffrey Marx

Brian Kinchen was a thirty-eight-year-old husband, father of four, and seventh-grade Bible teacher whose professional football career had been over for three years when the New England Patriots called on December...


Eric Morecambe: Life's Not Hollywood It's Cricklewood

by Gary Morecambe

In this fascinating autobiography Erics son, Gary Morecambe, describes what it's like to grow up in the presence of one of the best-loved and most fondly remembered of all British comedy greats.

Eric and Ernie...


Hef's Little Black Book

by Hugh M. Hefner & Bill Zehme

Nearly six decades ago, Hugh Marston Hefner created Playboy magazine, which effectively ignited America’s sexual revolution. The greatest living symbol of the Good Life, Hef created a world for himself that...


Locked In

by Judy Mozersky

Judy Mozersky was 19 when she suffered a totally incapacitating stroke. This is a story of incredible personal endurance and courage.


In the Service of the Crown

by Raymond Eagle

The remarkable story of the career of Budge Bell-Irving, who rose to prominence and public recognition during World War II as the commander of the Seaforth Highlanders and the Loyal Edmonton regiments and went...


The Girl Who Loved Camellias: The Life and Legend of Marie Duplessis

by Julie Kavanagh

From the author of Nureyev, the definitive biography of the celebrated Russian dancer, now comes the astonishing and unknown story of Marie Duplessis, the courtesan who inspired Alexandre Dumas fils’s novel...


After the Flag Has Been Folded

by Karen Spears Zacharias

Karen Spears was nine years old, living with her family in a trailer in rural Tennessee, when her father, David Spears, was killed in the Ia Drang Valley in Vietnam. It was 1966 -- in a nation being torn apart...


Benedict Cumberbatch, in Transition: An Unauthorised Performance Biography

by Lynnette Porter

Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy, War Horse, Star Trek: Into Darkness, The Hobbit trilogy, Twelve Years a Slave, August: Osage County, The Fifth Estate; Hedda Gabler, After the Dance, Frankenstein; Hawking, To the...


The Stage's Glory: John Rich (1692-1761)

by Jeremy Barlow, Berta Joncus & Olive Baldwin

John Rich (1692-1761) was a profoundly influential figure of the eighteenth-century London stage. As producer, manager and performer, he transformed the urban entertainment market, creating genres and promotional...


The Wilderness Warrior: Theodore Roosevelt and the Crusade for America

by Douglas Brinkley

In this groundbreaking epic biography, Douglas Brinkley draws on never-before-published materials to examine the life and achievements of our "naturalist president." By setting aside more than 230 million acres...


Earl Hooker, Blues Master

by Sebastian Danchin

The life and early death of a South Side guitar genius, the greatest unheralded Chicago blues-maker

Jimi Hendrix called Earl Hooker "the master of the wah-wah pedal." Buddy Guy slept with one of Hooker's slides...


Not That Kind of Girl

by Carlene Bauer

A moving, witty, and intelligent memoir of one woman's quest to find the answers to life's biggest questions

Raised in evangelical churches that preached apocalypse now, Carlene Bauer grows up happy to oblige...


Merri Dee, Life Lessons on Faith, Forgiveness & Grace

by Merri Dee

Merri Dee, legendary TV and radio personality, shares insightful lessons she has learned throughout her life in this powerful memoir. With unflinching honesty, she takes you from her humble upbringing on Chicago's...


A Good Home

by Cynthia Reyes

"A Good Home will delight your soul and touch your heart. There is magic in these words!" -DEBRA USHER, President and Editor-in-Chief, Arabella Magazine. "Cynthia Reyes' glass is almost always half full, but...


Jobsworth: Confessions of the Man from the Council

by Malcolm Philips

Malcolm Philips was a reluctant bureaucrat. When it was suggested that he give up selling ice-cream and go to work for the council, he protested that it would be full of jobsworths, skivers and crawlers. Truth...


101 Amazing Facts about the Royal Family

by Jack Goldstein & Frankie Taylor

Are you a fan of the modern generation of royals? How much do you know about the lives of Prince William, his wife Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge and the rest of the Royal Family? If you're a fan, then this...


101 Amazing Benedict Cumberbatch Facts

by Jack Goldstein

Are you a fan of leading British actor Benedict Cumberbatch? Whether it is as Sherlock, a Star Trek villain or any of his multitude of TV and film roles, Ben has endeared himself to fans across the world with...


Every Moment Counts: A Life of Mary Butterwick

by Carmel Thomason

Mary Butterwick, OBE, lost her husband, John to cancer in March 1979. At that time there was no support network in the North East for those suffering from life-limiting illnesses and no real advice and support...


Ranger Confidential: Living, Working, and Dying in the National Parks

by Andrea Lankford

The real stories behind the scenery of America’s national parks

 

For twelve years, Andrea Lankford lived in the biggest, most impressive national parks in the world, working a job she loved. She chaperoned...


The Man Who Invented the Computer

by Jane Smiley

From one of our most acclaimed novelists, a  David-and-Goliath biography for the digital age.

One night in the late 1930s, in a bar on the Illinois–Iowa border, John Vincent Atanasoff, a professor of physics...