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Medic!: The Story of a Conscientious Objector in the Vietnam War

by Ben Sherman

A conscientious objector who served as a medic during the Vietnam War offers an unflinching, compelling account of his experiences on the battlefield, describing his work with the injured and dying in the heart...

Eugene McCarthy: The Rise and Fall of Postwar American Liberalism

by Dominic Sandbrook

Eugene McCarthy was one of the most fascinating political figures of the postwar era: a committed liberal anti-Communist who broke with his party’s leadership over Vietnam and ultimately helped take down the...

Hollywood Madonna: Loretta Young

by Bernard F. Dick

Loretta Young (1913-2000) was an Academy Award-winning actress known for devout Catholicism and her performances in The Farmer's Daughter, The Bishop's Wife, and Come to the Stable, and for her long-running...

Anonymous in Their Own Names: Doris E. Fleischman, Ruth Hale, and Jane Grant

by Susan Henry

Anonymous in Their Own Names recounts the lives of three women who, while working as their husbands' uncredited professional partners, had a profound and enduring impact on the media in the first half of the...

Girl [Maladjusted]: True Stories from a Semi-Celebrity Childhood

by Molly Jong-Fast

Molly Jong-Fast grew up in a town house with a pink door and paintings of ladies playing naked Twister. There were world-famous therapists living in her cellar, a secretary with a brain tumor, a nanny who was...

Usain Bolt: An Unauthorized Biography

by Belmont and Belcourt Biographies

Usain Bolt is the fastest man in the history of the world. Most fans are aware of his multiple world records, but in order to truly understand Usain Bolt, you must first understand where he came from. Usain...

LeBron James: An Unauthorized Biography

by Belmont and Belcourt Biographies

LeBron James, The Chosen One, is one of the greatest and most controversial basketball players in the history of the NBA. He is an eight-time NBA All-Star, a three-time league MVP, and now - a champion. Most...

Peyton and Eli Manning: An Unauthorized Biography

by Belmont and Belcourt Biographies

Peyton and Eli Manning have led amazing lives and have changed the football world forever. This book follows both men's lives from their humble beginnings to becoming two of the most acclaimed quarterbacks in...

Novak Djokovic: An Unauthorized Biography

by Belmont and Belcourt Biographies

Novak Djokovic is one of the greatest tennis players of all time. Most fans are aware of his amazing accomplishments on the court, but very few are aware of his incredible upbringing and rise to fame. In order...

Peyton Manning: An Unauthorized Biography

by Belmont and Belcourt Biographies

Peyton Manning is one of the greatest quarterbacks in the history of the NFL. Most fans are aware of his multiple league MVPs and his 2007 Super Bowl win, but in order to truly understand Peyton Manning, you...

Getting Genki in Japan: The Adventures and Misadventures of an American Family in Tokyo

by Karen Pond & Akiko Saito

The unexpected gift of a favored bottle of shiraz from her husband leads to the adventure of a lifetime for Karen Pond and her family—moving from rural Maine to the largest city in the world: Tokyo, Japan.Getting...

Stuffed: Adventures of a Restaurant Family

by Patricia Volk

Patricia Volk’s delicious memoir lets us into her big, crazy, loving, cheerful, infuriating and wonderful family, where you’re never just hungry–your starving to death, and you’re never just full–you’re...

Strange Beauty: Murray Gell-Mann and the Revolution in Twentieth-Century Physics

by George Johnson

With a New Afterword

"Our knowledge of fundamental physics contains not one fruitful idea that does not carry the name of Murray Gell-Mann."--Richard Feynman

Acclaimed science writer George Johnson brings his...

Kabul Beauty School: An American Woman Goes Behind the Veil

by Deborah Rodriguez & Kristin Ohlson

Soon after the fall of the Taliban, in 2001, Deborah Rodriguez went to Afghanistan as part of a group offering humanitarian aid to this war-torn nation. Surrounded by men and women whose skills–as doctors,...

In an Instant: A Family's Journey of Love and Healing

by Lee Woodruff & Bob Woodruff

In one of the most anticipated books of the year, Lee Woodruff, along with her husband, Bob Woodruff, share their never-before-told story of romance, resilience, and survival following the tragedy that transformed...

My Remarkable Journey

Reading Chekhov: A Critical Journey

by Janet Malcolm

To illuminate the mysterious greatness of Anton Chekhov’s writings, Janet Malcolm takes on three roles: literary critic, biographer, and journalist. Her close readings of the stories and plays are interwoven...

Trammell Crow: A Legacy in Real Estate Innovation

by Jr., Willam Bragg Ewald

Based on interviews with colleagues, friends, and enemies, this biography tells the story of how a man without money, experience, or connections became a real estate legend. A visionary and risk taker, Trammell...

Out of the Canyon: A True Story of Loss and Love

by Art Daily & Allison Daily

On a crisp winter’s day in Glenwood Canyon, Colorado, Art Daily suffered a terrible tragedy. While driving home with his family from a youth hockey game, a large boulder dislodged from the canyon wall and...

Due South: Dispatches from Down Home

by R. Scott Brunner

Now in paperback — the enormously popular essays Fannie Flagg called “as charming and welcome as an early spring down home.”

As satisfying, soothing, and occasionally suprising as a plate of turnip greens...