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M: the Caravaggio enigma

by Peter Robb

The extraordinary, contentious account of Caravaggio by the award winning author of Midnight in Sicily.


Kinder, Gentler Ways: Reflections of a River Town Boy

by Kent Otto Stever

Harsh as the times of post-World War II were in appearance, the 1950s comprised an era of proven practice-with common denominators of honesty and truth binding together the "kinder, gentler ways." These writings...


His Name Was David Sam

by David D. MacArthur

In this exciting second installment of short stories, David shares more stories from the Mille Lacs Ojibwe Reservation. From opening up the first convenience store on the reservation to watching the casino's...


Stranger in the Mirror

by Michael Edward Little

A man's character is revealed by his actions. Author Mike Little suffered a massive stroke which left him unable to walk, talk, see, or think clearly. Mike refused to be defined by his disability, choosing instead...


Love Poems for Dodie

by Joe Callihan

Love Poems for Dodie is an uplifting Love story. It is true, and based on a romantic and faithful love shared by two people, who realized God was the foundation for their love. The romance, beauty of love poems...


Edward Carpenter (Routledge Revivals): In Appreciation

by Gilbert Beith

Edward Carpenter: In Appreciation, first published in 1931, presents a collection of tributes to and reminiscences about the renowned socialist poet, pioneering gay rights activist, environmentalist and political...


The Regimental Piano: A Story of War, Love and Peace: The Memoirs of Major Bob Orrell, RE

by Tim Parker

Born in 1918 Major Bob Orrell grew up in the Lancashire town of Tottington. His army career was briefly deferred so he could complete his civil engineering exams but he was drafted into the Royal Engineers in...


From Marble to Flesh. The Biography of Michelangelo's David

by A. Victor Coonin

Michelangelo’s David is the world’s most famous statue, a universal symbol of Florence and of Italy. Hailed as the epitome of Renaissance art, the David has inspired contemporary artists from Warhol to Banksy...


Road Trip America 1975: Two young women, one old car and 3,000 miles

by E D

In the summer of 1975, driving an old VW Beetle, two young female students, both free spirits, drove across the United States, through the Deep South, down into Mexico and then on to California and the west...


Keep Australia On Your Left

by Eric Stiller

"You mad bastards. You mad bloody bastards."

The challenge? Paddle a kayak around Australia.

As Eric Stiller and Tony Brown would discover, the attempt would be a fascinating, frustrating, maddening, and at times...


Rooted in Iron and Ice: Innocent Years on the Mesabi

by Gary W. Barfknecht

Author Gary W. Barfknecht jokes that his baby-boom boyhood home in Virginia, Minnesota, wasn't exactly at the end of the world. But he could see it from there. With energetic style and sly wit, this son and...


Un Moving Four Ward: Tales and Tips for Keeping Perspective Despite Life's Challenges

by Bob Bell

This book is for anyone who has faced, is facing, or will face a difficult time in their life. Meaning: it's for everyone. Equal parts humorous, inspirational, informative, and painfully honest, it provides...


The Journey of Our Love

by Gianna Beretta, Pietro Molla & Elio Guerriero

Between 1955–1962, Saint Gianna Beretta and her husband Pietro Molla corresponded through a series of letters, collected here. Touching, inspiring, and refreshingly human, their exchanges reflect the everyday...


The Kangaroo Connection: Reflections by an unknown famous person

by Kenneth Bunn

Teenage Australia in the fabulous fifties and early sixties.


Letting Go Into Perfect Love: Discovering the Extraordinary After Abuse

by Gwendolyn M Plano

As a college administrator, Gwen Plano lived her professional life in a highly visible and accountable space-but as wife and mother, after hours and behind closed doors, she experienced the daily terror of domestic...


Deep Tracks to Follow

by Gene R. Stark

When a little fur-ball Labrador pup jumps into your tracks, he's sure to climb into your heart as well. Experience the mysterious and ancient bond that ties the human and canine spirits together. From the first...


The Church of Tango.

by Cherie Magnus

The Church of Tango is a passionate memoir of tragedy and adventure, lust and music, romance and tango, and above all, survival. A dancer all her life, she’d had to put it on hold while raising her artistic...


Through Partisan Eyes. My Friendships, Literary Education, and Political Encounters in Italy (1956-2013). With Sidelights on My Experiences in the United States, France, and the Soviet Union

by Frank Rosengarten

Frank Rosengarten’s Through Partisan Eyes is a remarkably powerful antidote to the pervasive view of Italy as a museum. His memoir brings poignantly into relief a vibrant scene of intellectuals (in the capacious...


The Women of the Nobel

by Massimo di Terlizzi

Forty-four women. Forty-four stories of incredible lives, each different from the other, but linked by the same leitmotif of excellence, perseverance and passion. This book aims at being a homage to all the...


How Would You Like to Die?

by Susan Dabbous

This book is the diary of Dabbous’ imprisonment, but it is also a tribute to the people of Syria, who have never given up hope despite the horror that surrounds them. On April 3, 2013, Susan Dabbous, a Syrian-born...