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When the Iron Lady Ruled Britain

by Robert Chesshyre

Returning to Britain in the mid-1980s after spending several years in the US as the Observer's Washington correspondent, Robert Chesshyre found a country shockingly altered by the rule of 'The Iron Lady', then...


Conversations with Kreskin

by The Amazing Kreskin & Michael McCarty

CONVERSATIONS WITH KRESKIN is a cornucopia of stories of Kreskin's "Amazing" life, culture, famous friends, inside knowledge of entertainment personalities, his mind power, thought reading and much more. As...


A Horse in the Bathroom: How an Old Stable Became Our Dream Village Home

by Derek J. Taylor

An affectionate look at contemporary English village life, from city-dwellers who decide to build their dream home

Maggie wants a house with lots of light. I need one with character. And what we do have in common...


Tales from the Tail End: Adventures of a Vet in Practice

by Emma Milne

James Herriot meets Bridget Jones in this honest, no-holds-barred account of the ups and downs of a vet's life

Misty was ecstatic to see her owner but to the nurse's surprise her owner just stood there and said,...


Mud, Sweat & Gears: Cycling from Land's End to John O'Groats (Via the Pub)

by Ellie Bennett

The tale of a scenic cycling trip—including an index of the 50 finest beers tasted on the trip

"One more wouldn't hurt," said Mick. I looked at him doubtfully. "I'm not sure. It's gone three o'clock already....


Doctor of Love: James Graham and His Celestial Bed

by Lydia Syson

Widely accepted as the world's first sex therapist, Dr Graham was devoted to the research of the effect of physical stimuli on the psyche, and more specifically on sexual activity. This biography is a depiction...


The Great Survivors: How Monarchy Made It Into the Twenty-First Century

by Peter Conradi

From the coauthor of The King's Speech comes an uncompromising portrayal of Europe's royals In this riveting and extensively researched account of the royals, Peter Conradi—the celebrated coauthor of The...


Il Duce and His Women: Mussolini's Rise to Power

by Roberto Olla & Stephen Parkin

The first biography to offer insights into Mussolini's private life, with a particular focus on his attitude toward women and his relationships with many mistresses, enriched by first-hand documents and previously...


The Dead Celebrity Cookbook Presents Christmas in Tinseltown: Celebrity Recipes and Hollywood Memories from Six Feet Under the Mistletoe

by Frank DeCaro

The toast of Christmas past is back and not a moment too soon! In The Dead Celebrity Christmas Cookbook, Frank DeCaro serves up culinary delights from Edmund Gwenn's Christmas Cup to Bing Crosby's Sugar Cookies...


Robeson: An American Ballad

by Arnold H. Lubasch

Paul Robeson was a towering figure in American culture, conquering many disparate venues—from football to film and law to Shakespeare. An extraordinary athlete-scholar-actor-singer, Robeson also became a crusader...


Plato and Potato Chips

by June Luvisi

This is a different kind of life story. My husband and I married right after college, and when he was diagnosed with cancer, I eventually found it hard to know what to say or do to chase the clouds away. With...


Seemed Like a Good Idea at the Time: A Memoir

by David Goodwillie

Fresh out of college and following a brief and disastrous stint playing minor league baseball, David Goodwillie moves to New York intent on making his mark as a writer.

Arriving in Manhattan in the mid-nineties,...


Light and Shade: Conversations with Jimmy Page

by Brad Tolinski

This “oral autobiography” of Jimmy Page, the intensely private mastermind behind Led Zeppelin—one of the most enduring bands in rock history—is the most complete and revelatory portrait of the legendary...


Facing the Torturer

by Francois Bizot, Charlotte Mandell & Antoine Audouard

The author of the acclaimed memoir The Gate now gives us a mesmerizing account of his personal relationship with one of the most infamous torturers of the twentieth century, and of his transformative experience...


Coal to Diamonds: A Memoir

by Beth Ditto & Michelle Tea

A raw and surprisingly beautiful coming-of-age memoir, Coal to Diamonds tells the story of Mary Beth Ditto, a girl from rural Arkansas who found her voice.

 

Born and raised in Judsonia, Arkansas—a place...


The Christmas Plains

by Joseph Bottum

A well-respected writer and editor's memoir of childhood Christmases set in the sometimes harsh but always captivating landscape of South Dakota.

Wreaths and holly, fruitcakes and mistletoe, ornaments and snowflakes,...


The Gershwins and Me (Enhanced Edition): A Personal History in Twelve Songs

by Michael Feinstein

From celebrated entertainer Michael Feinstein comes a beautifully illustrated account of the lives and legacies of the Gershwins—told through stories of twelve of their greatest songs.

The “Ambassador of...


Uggie--My Story

by Uggie

Dear Reader:

Wow! Bow wow! It’s been a wild ride—wilder even than learning to water-ski or skateboard. I’m so famous now that The New York Times plugged my autobiography. “Uggie will bark all in a memoir,”...


Driving the Saudis: A Chauffeur's Tale of the World's Richest Princesses (plus their servants, nannies, and one royal hairdresser)

by Jayne Amelia Larson

The true-to-life account of a female chauffeur hired to drive the Saudi royal family in Los Angeles.

After more than a decade of working in Hollywood, actress Jayne Amelia Larson found herself out of luck, out...


Orde Wingate

by Jon Diamond & Peter Dennis

Orde Wingate rose to fame by creating the Chindits in Burma in 1943. He is an extremely important figure in military history, and deserves just as much attention as Alanbrooke, Montgomery, and Auchinleck. Unlike...