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The Portal: An Initiate's Journey into the Secret of Rennes-le-Château

by Patrice Chaplin

The true-life memoir Patrice Chaplin began in City of Secrets continues here in the story of her spiritual initiation into the Kabbalistic tradition preserved since the Middle Ages by a secret society in the...


Alice Paul: Equality for Women

by Christine Lunardini

An engaging, accessible introduction to Alice Paul’s struggle for female equality and the dominant role she played in the passage of the Nineteenth Amendment granting women the right to vote


Working Class Mystic: A Spiritual Biography of George Harrison

by Gary Tillery

John Lennon called himself a working class hero. George Harrison was a working class mystic. Born in Liverpool as the son of a bus conductor and a shop assistant, for the first six years of his life he lived...


Sojourns of the Soul: One Woman's Journey Around the World and into Her Truth

by Dana Micucci

Sojourns of the Soul differs from other inspirational travel books by providing a rare mix of in-depth wisdom and literary insights from the holistic view of one experienced female traveler. Dana Micucci gives...


House of Prayer No. 2: A Writer's Journey Home

by Mark Richard

In this otherworldly memoir of extraordinary power, Mark Richard, an award-winning author, tells his story of growing up in the American South with a heady Gothic mix of racial tension and religious fervor.

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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...


Winning: From Walk-On to Captain, in Football and Life

by Gary Brackett & Tony Dungy

Framed within the frenzy leading up to a Super Bowl, Gary Brackett flashes back to the defining moments and lessons in his journey leading to the threshold of a championship season. With his heart metaphorically...


Marcel Pronovost: A Life in Hockey

by Marcel Pronovost & Bob Duff

A biography of the 8-time Stanley Cup Champion and NHL Hall of Famer Marcel Pronovost.


Heart of a Tiger: Growing up with My Grandfather, Ty Cobb

by Herschel Cobb

Herschel Cobb’s moving account of his relationship with his legendary grandfather reveals a side of Ty Cobb that few people ever saw, that of loving nurturer. A baseball icon and arguably the best player who...


Born in Jerusalem, Born Palestinian: A Memoir

by Jacob Nammar

A poignant memoir of an eye witness of a major historical event in Jerusalem

When Jacob Nammar was a young boy growing up in Harret al-Nammareh, his family, his friends, and the streets of his West Jerusalem...


City of Soldiers: A Year of Life, Death, and Survival in Afghanistan

by Kate Fearon

A deeply affecting memoir and a unique contribution to our understanding of Afghanistan

Behind the headlines, the strategies, the surges, what is life really like in Afghanistan? What is it like to live and work...


A Dog Walks Into a Nursing Home: Lessons in the Good Life from an Unlikely Teacher

by Sue Halpern

A layabout mutt turned therapy dog leads her owner to a new understanding of the good life.

At loose ends with her daughter leaving home and her husband on the road, Sue Halpern decided to give herself and Pransky,...


Personal History

Pulitzer Prize for Biography or Autobiography 1998

by Katharine Graham

Winner of the 1998 Pulitzer Prize for Biography

An extraordinarily frank, honest, and generous book by one of America's most famous and admired women, Personal History is, as its title suggests, a book composed...


The Foremost Good Fortune

by Susan Conley

Susan Conley, her husband, and their two young sons say good-bye to their friends, family, and house in Maine for a two-year stint in a high-rise apartment in Beijing, prepared to embrace the inevitable onslaught...


Radio Shangri-La: What I Discovered on my Accidental Journey to the Happiest Kingdom on Earth

by Lisa Napoli

Lisa Napoli was in the grip of a crisis, dissatisfied with her life and her work as a radio journalist. When a chance encounter with a handsome stranger presented her with an opportunity to move halfway around...


NORMAL Doesn't Live Here Anymore

by Barb Owen

What would happen if The Unthinkable blindsided you, requiring everything be put on hold to become a full time caregiver for a loved one? At the very least, it would reshape your life. Without a survival guide,...


Louis Armstrong: The Soundtrack of the American Experience

by David Stricklin

In the twentieth century, African Americans not only helped make popular music the soundtrack of the American experience, they advanced American music as one of the preeminent shapers of the world's popular...


The Artist's Daughter: A Memoir

by Alexandra Kuykendall

A poignant memoir of a woman's struggle to deal with the wounds left by her absent father and the realization of how that loss ultimately does--or does not--define her.


Mortal Games: The Turbulent Genius of Garry Kasparov

by Fred Waitzkin

An inside look at the genius of chess player Garry Kasparov discusses his match against his sworn enemy, Anatoly Karpov, his tireless efforts to bring down Gorbachev, and his chess skills.


An Apple a Day: A Memoir of Love and Recovery from Anorexia

by Emma Woolf

I haven’t tasted chocolate for over ten years and now I’m walking down the street unwrapping a Kit Kat. Remember when Kate Moss said, ‘Nothing tastes as good as skinny feels’? She’s wrong: chocolate...