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This Generation: Dispatches from China's Most Popular Literary Star (and Race Car Driver)

by Han Han

For those who follow Chinese affairs, Han Han is as controversial as they come—an irreverent singer, sports celebrity, and satirist whose brilliant blogs and books have made him a huge celebrity with more...


Some Girls, Some Hats and Hitler: A True Love Story Rediscovered

by Trudi Kanter

“ FOR EVEN IN NAZI VIENNA, Trudi realized, women still looked in the mirror. . . . She knows that even in the bleak darkness, we feel, love, desire. She left no child (she and Walter tried, with no success);...


Circles Around the Sun: In Search of a Lost Brother

by Molly McCloskey

When Molly McCloskey was a young girl, her brother Mike--fourteen years her senior and a student at Duke University--started showing signs of paranoid schizophrenia. Within a few years, his world had begun to...


George Washington

by James A. Crutchfield

Between 1753, when he was commissioned as a major of Virginia militia, and 1775, when the Second Continental Congress named him Commander-in-Chief of all colonial military forces, George Washington rose from...


Mary Edwards Walker

by Dale L. Walker

Mary Edwards Walker (1832-1919) defied the conventions of her era. Born and raised on a farm in Oswego, New York, Walker became one of a handful of female physicians in the nation-and became a passionate believer...


Furthermore!

by Andrew M. Greeley

Furthermore! is a novel by Andrew M. Greeley, a priest, distinguished sociologist and bestselling author.

At the publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management software (DRM)...


Reading Jesus: A Writer's Encounter with the Gospels

by Mary Gordon

Reading Jesus is a personal journey through the fundamental Biblical stories. As celebrated author Mary Gordon ponders the intense strangeness of a deity in human form, unresolved moral ambiguities within the...


Honor Untarnished

by Donald V. Bennett & William R. Forstchen

What the bestsellers Flags of Our Fathers was to Iwo Jima and Duty to the mission of the Enola Gay, Honor Untarnished is to the World War II tour of duty of young graduate of a West Point.

Whether it was fighting...


When the Husband is the Suspect

by F. Lee Bailey & Jean Rabe

From the bestselling author of The Defense Never Rests, a look at the modern spate of spousal homicides. This book provides an overview of several of the most famous homicidal husband cases of recent years,...


I Wish You Love

by Gloria Lynne & Karen Chilton

I Wish You Love is the inspiring story ofa courageous woman overcoming terrible adversities--a story of triumph over tragedy, of heartbreaking and heart-mending and a jazz career that would span four decades.It...


Return To Ithaca

by Randy Lee Eickhoff

At the height of the Vietnam War, twenty-seven members of a U.S. special elite team were dropped into North Vietnam to fight alongside the Rands and Montagnards against the communist regime. Their job was to...


The Gates of Janus: An Analysis of Serial Murder by England's Most Hated Criminal

by Ian Brady

To understand human character, one must first explore the depraved reaches of human consciousness.


Mannerheim: President, Soldier, Spy

by Jonathan Clements

The amazing life of Gustav Mannerheim, a life tragically and heroically intertwined with the twentieth century.


This Common Secret: My Journey as an Abortion Doctor

by Susan Wicklund & Alex Kesselheim

One doctor's raw and riveting memoir, contrasting the headline-grabbing political rhetoric with the contours of her life, and the lives of her patients


Elliott Smith and the Big Nothing

by Benjamin Nugent

The first biography of the musician Elliott Smith, whose heartbreaking songs were rendered all the more haunting by his tragic death


Gregory Peck: A Charmed Life

by Lynn Haney

His first screen test was a disaster, his features were large and irregular, his left ear outsized the right, yet he would one day be headlined as the Most Handsome Man in the World. And most of his leading...


All God's Children

by Rene Denfeld

How one violent pack of street youth terrorized Portland, Oregon, and how their frightening— and fascinating—subculture has swept unnoticed across America


Being Sugar Ray: Sugar Ray Robinson, America's Greatest Boxer and First Celebrity Athlete

by Kenneth Shropshire

A biography of Sugar Ray Robinson and an intellectual expedition into the culture of celebrity in sports


Cancer on Five Dollars a Day (chemo not included): How Humor Got Me Through the Toughest Journey of My Life

by Robert Schimmel & Alan Eisenstock

In the spring of 2000, stand-up comedian Robert Schimmel was diagnosed with stage III non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, and soon the fire of his white-hot career started to fizzle.

But Schimmel never lost his sense of...


Eleven Out of Ten: The Life and Work of David Pecaut

by Helen Burstyn

David Pecaut effected great change on his adopted city of Toronto. This tireless social and cultural activist and bridge builder had a measureless positive influence on his home. When it became clear that cancer...