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The Uncannily Strange and Brief Life of Amedeo Modigliani

by Velibor Colic & Celia Hawkesworth

The life of the painter Amedeo Modigliani (1884-1920) was chaotic and tragically brief. Consisting of a series of vignettes, mostly set in the painter's studio and peopled by his lover Jeanne Hébuterne (who...


Edwina Currie: Diaries 1992-1997

by Edwina Currie

Never far from centre stage, Edwina Currie falls comfortably into that category of celebrity you simply cannot ignore. Her first published diaries explosively revealed an affair with former Prime Minister John...


Radical Redemption: The Real Story of Manny Mill

by Manny Mill & Charles Colson

In 1986, the Lord Jesus Christ found Manny Mill while he was running from the FBI in Caracas, Venezuela. After surrendering his life to the Lord, Manny returned to the United States and served time in prison....


The Hallelujah Lass: A Story Based on the Life of Salvation Army Pioneer Eliza Shirley

by Wendy G. Lawton

A fascinating true-life story of 16-year-old Eliza Shirley, who traveled from England to the United States to pioneer the work of the Salvation Army.


María of Ágreda: Mystical Lady in Blue

by Marilyn Fedewa

The intriguing story of the legendary "Lady in Blue" will be of interest to cultural and religious historians, as well as to women who have struggled for equality against all odds.


The Blue Beast: Power and Passion in the Great War

by Jonathan Walker

Consider the rubicund, tired portraits of Field Marshal Lord French, 1st Earl of Ypres by John Singer Sergeant, or the earlier image of the walrus-moustached here of the Siege of Kimberley; then remember that...


Never Stop Pushing: My Life from a Wyoming Farm to the Olympic Medals Stand

by Rulon Gardner & Bob Schaller

Never Stop Pushing is a motivational autobiography by Olympic Greco-Roman champion wrestler Rulon Gardner (Gold Medal, 2000; Bronze Medal, 2004). This inspiring memoir comes from one of the world's most remarkable...


Abraham: The First Historical Biography

by David Rosenberg

A biography of Abraham, the common root of modern world's three largest faiths


Conversations With The Dead: The Grateful Dead Interview Book

by David Gans

The standard text for firsthand Dead wisdom (Rolling Stone), updated with band-member interviews, and a new introduction by the author.


Ronald Reagan: The Power Of Conviction And The Success Of His Presidency

by Peter Wallison

A former Reagan White House Counsel presents a comprehensive picture of Ronald Reagan, focusing on how his distinctive leadership style was the source of both his setbacks and his success


Marilyn in Fashion: The Enduring Influence of Marilyn Monroe

by Christopher Nickens & George Zeno

Fifty years after her death, Marilyn remains an incandescent movie star, legendary sex symbol, and a woman whose private life fascinates the public—but the story never before showcased is Marilyn Monroe’s...


Man Killed by Pheasant: And Other Kinships

by John Price

A memoir, both lyrical and witty, of kinships both wild and tame


A Chant to Soothe Wild Elephants

by Jaed Coffin

A simple story of a rain season in Thailand and a young man at the intersection of two cultures


Just Gus: A Rescued Dog and the Woman He Loved

by Roslyn Banish & Laurie Williams

Gus was a lucky dog. Injured and abandoned, he could have become another of the 7 million animals euthanized every year. Then Stephanie Williams entered the picture. A successful journalist, she had been diagnosed...


Sleeping with the Enemy: Coco Chanel's Secret War

by Hal Vaughan

“From this century, in France, three names will remain: de Gaulle, Picasso, and Chanel.” –André Malraux

Coco Chanel created the look of the modern woman and was the high priestess of couture.

She believed...


The Redgraves: A Family Epic

by Donald Spoto

The dramatic, poignant and revealing saga of the Redgraves, one of history's greatest families of actors.

For more than a century, the Redgraves have defined theater and film while captivating the public eye....


With Billie: A New Look at the Unforgettable Lady Day

by Julia Blackburn

From Julia Blackburn, an author whose ability to conjure lives from other times and places is so vivid that one suspects she sees ghosts, here is a portrait of a woman whose voice continues to haunt anyone who...


Old Man Goya

by Julia Blackburn

In 1792, when he was forty-seven, the Spanish painter Francisco de Goya contracted a serious illness that left him stone deaf. In this extraordinary book, Julia Blackburn follows Goya through the remaining thirty-five...


Mencken: A Life

by Fred Hobson

Ever in control, H. L. Mencken contrived that future generations would see his life as he desired them to. He even wrote Happy Days, Newspaper Days, and other books to fit the pictures he wanted: first, the...


Elvis Is Everywhere

by Rowland Scherman

Elvis, it seems, is everywhere. And for about three years, Rowland Scherman went looking for him. Elvis Is Everywhere captures this pursuit, in 70 photos documenting the author's travels to Boston, Los...