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The Best Kept Secret Is "You" : A Journey into the Rabbit Hole with Autism and Love

by Daniel James Wilson

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The Best Kept Secret Is "You": A Journey into the Rabbit Hole with Autism and Love gives an inside look into the thoughts of the author, as he grew to understand not only himself, but the thoughts...


Galloping on Wings with the P-51 Mustang: Diary of an Air Race Pilot

by Howie Keefe

The famed P-51 Mustang, one of the most recognizable aircrafts of the World War II era, is at the heart of this enthralling memoir. After making extreme modifications to a surplus P-51 dubbed “Miss America”—installing...


The Man Who Seduced Hollywood: The Life and Loves of Greg Bautzer, Tinseltown's Most Powerful Lawyer

by B. James Gladstone & Robert Wagner

In Hollywood history, no other lawyer has achieved the movie star–like fame and glamour that Greg Bautzer enjoyed. This revealing biography tells, for the first time, the amazing story of a self-made man who...


Ticked: A Medical Miracle, a Friendship, and the Weird World of Tourette Syndrome

by Jeffrey P. Matovic, James A. Fussell & Jeff Foxworthy

An inspirational tale of personal struggle with and triumph over Tourette syndrome, this is the story of Jeff Matovic and the radical treatment he sought to cure himself. After suffering from Tourette’s for...


Property: The True Story of a Polygamous Church Wife

by Carol Christie & John Christie

In the early 1970s an innocent teenager who had led a sheltered life was forced to leave her family and enter into a polygamous and abusive relationship with a man called the Prophet. In 2008, nearly 40 years...


Franz Kafka: The Poet of Shame and Guilt

by Saul Friedländer

Franz Kafka was the poet of his own disorder. Throughout his life he struggled with a pervasive sense of shame and guilt that left traces in his daily existence—in his many letters, in his extensive diaries,...


Out With It: How Stuttering Helped Me Find My Voice

by Katherine Preston

A vividly powerful memoir of a young woman who fought for years to change who she was until she finally found her voice and learned to embrace her imperfection.

Imagine waking up one day to find your words trapped...


Five Farewells - A Southern Life with Dissociative Identity Disorder

by Liz Elliott

In my dreams I sometimes walk through a winter wood. It's the deepest forest, and in my child's heart, at seven, I'm only skeptical of my surroundings. I walk slowly. The sun sometimes stings my eyes from certain...


W.E.B. Du Bois

by David Levering Lewis

The two-time Pulitzer Prize-winning biography of W. E. B. Du Bois from renowned scholar David Levering Lewis, now in one condensed and updated volume

William Edward Burghardt Du Bois--the premier architect of...


In the Body of the World

by Eve Ensler

From the bestselling author of The Vagina Monologues and one of Newsweek's 150 Women Who Changed the World, a visionary memoir of separation and connection--to the body, the self, and the world

Playwright, author,...


The Winged Seed: A Remembrance

by Li-Young Lee

A reissue of acclaimed poet Li-Young Lee's heart-wrenching memoir, with a new foreword by the author and never-before-seen photos.


Man Proposes, God Disposes: Recollections of a French Pioneer

by Pierre Maturié, Vivien Bosley & Robert Wardhaugh

A crystal clear evocation of another time and place and a compelling meditation on hope and loss.


The Wrong Dog Dream: A True Romance

by Jane Vandenburgh

The author calls this “a true romance,” saying, it’s the part of her personal history she, being superstitious, was almost afraid to write. She’d grown up accustomed to bad luck, but had – by accident...


The Forest House: A Year's Journey Into the Landscape of Love, Loss, and Starting Over

by Joelle Fraser

Following divorce, Fraser resolves to stay in the small mountain town where her son’s father lives, but it soon proves too claustrophobic. She finds relief a world away in a small house up a winding road tucked...


What Matters in Medicine: Lessons from a Life in Primary Care

by David Loxterkamp

Primary care has come into the limelight with the passage of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, the unchecked and unsustainable rise in American health care expenditures, and the crest of Baby Boomers...


A World Ago: A Navy Man's Letters Home (1954-1956)

by Dorien Grey

It's not often one has the chance to become 20 again... A World Ago chronicles, through one young man's journal and vivid letters to his parents, his life, adventures, and experiences at a magical time. It follows...


Tripping with Allah: Islam, Drugs, and Writing

by Michael Muhammad Knight

If Tripping with Allah is a road book, it’s a road book in the tradition of 2001: A Space Odyssey, rather than On the Road. Amazonian shamanism meets Christianity meets West African religion meets Islam in...


The Ethical Butcher: How Thoughtful Eating Can Change Your World

by Berlin Reed

America is in the midst of a meat zeitgeist. Butchers have emerged as the rock stars of the culinary world, and cozy gastropubs serving up pork belly, lamb burgers, and sweetbreads rule the restaurant scene....


The Ballad of Jacob Peck

by Debra Komar

On a frigid February evening in 1805, Amos Babcock brutally murdered Mercy Hall. Believing that he was being instructed by God, Babcock stabbed and disembowelled his own sister, before dumping her lifeless body...


Beauty In Disarray

by Harumi Setouchi, Sanford Goldstein & Kazuji Ninomiya

Setouchi was eminently qualified to write this historical novel on women's liberation in Japan, which had its roots in sexual politics, socialism, and anarchism, movements in decline following the famous massacre...