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Twenty Years A-Growing

by Maurice O'Sullivanan

O'Sullivan's memoir of growing up on the Great Blasket, a sparsely inhabited Gaelic-speaking island off the Atlantic coast of Ireland. "The only book I have ever reviewed which simply had to be praised without...


Bedford Forrest: and His Critter Company

by Andrew Nelson Lytle

This biography of the Confederacy's greatest cavalry leaders is considered by many to be the best. Southern Classics Series.


Broken Harts: The Life and Death of Owen Hart

by Martha Hart & Eric Francis

Owen's wife Martha, tells the story of their life together from the days as high school sweethearts, through Owen's rise to fame in the WWF.


Soupy Sez!: My Zany Life and Times

by Soupy Sales & Charles Salzberg

In the 1960's Soupy Sales was a national phenomenon with his whimsical, live TV show and the hottest record in America.


Henry and June: From "A Journal of Love" -The Unexpurgated Diary of Anaïs Nin (1931-1932)

by Anais Nin

This bestseller covers a single momentous year during Nin’s life in Paris, when she met Henry Miller and his wife, June. “Closer to what many sexually adventuresome women experience than almost anything...


Up in the Air: The Real Story of Life Aboard the World's Most Glamorous Airline

by Betty Riegel

New York, 1961: the dawn of the commercial Jet Age and a golden era of air travel.

Betty Riegel spent her early childhood hiding in air-raid shelters as bombs dropped all around. From humble working-class roots,...


Another Winter, Another Spring: A Love Remembered

by Louise de Kiriline Lawrence

Swedish-born Louise Flach finds herself in the heart of the Russian Revolution. This is a tale of love and loyalty tested by great hardship and suffering.


A Wedding in Haiti

by Julia Alvarez

In a story that travels beyond borders and between families, acclaimed Dominican novelist and poet Julia Alvarez reflects on the joys and burdens of love-for her parents, for her husband, and for a young Haitian...


Anne Rice Reader

by Katherine Ramsland

A collection of the most fascinating essays, articles, and interpretations of bestselling author Anne Rice's complete works, by a variety of journalists and scholars. It includes a history of vampire literature,...


Dream Come True: The LeAnn Rimes Story

by Jo Sgammato

THE DAZZLING RISE OF A YOUNG COUNTRY STAR

Who is this singer with the incredible voice, the youngest ever artist ever nominated for a Country Music Association Award, and winner of the Grammy Award for Best New...


Eudora Welty: A Writer's Life

by Ann Waldron

Eudora Welty is a beloved institution of Southern fiction and American literature, whose closely guarded privacy has prevented a full-scale study of her life and work--until now.

A significant contribution to...


Hard Rain: A Dylan Commentary

by Tim Riley

Ranging over 30 years of Bob Dylan recordings, films, and concerts, this updated edition includes a new epilogue that examines his 30th anniversary celebration and his 1998 Grammy Award comeback.


The Baroness: The Search for Nica, the Rebellious Rothschild

by Hannah Rothschild

Beautiful, romantic and spirited, Pannonica, known as Nica, named after her father’s favorite moth, was born in 1913 to extraordinary, eccentric privilege and a storied history. The Rothschild family had,...


Mumbai New York Scranton: A Memoir

by Tamara Shopsin & Jason Fulford

An extraordinarily moving memoir from an iconoclastic new talent—an artist, cook, and illustrator whose adventures at home and abroad reveal the importance of living life with your eyes wide open.

Best known...


Public Apology: In Which a Man Grapples With a Lifetime of Regret, One Incident at a Time

by Dave Bry

Dave Bry is sorry. Very sorry. He's sorry to Wendy Metzger for singing the last verse of "Stairway to Heaven" into her ear while slow dancing in junior high school. He's sorry to Judy and Michael Gailhouse for...


Sum It Up: A Thousand and Ninety-Eight Victories, a Couple of Irrelevant Losses, and a Life in Perspective

by Pat Head Summitt & Sally Jenkins

Pat Summitt, the all-time winningest coach in NCAA basketball history and bestselling author of Reach for the Summitt and Raise The Roof, tells for the first time her remarkable story of victory and resilience...


Eighty Days: Nellie Bly and Elizabeth Bisland's History-Making Race Around the World

by Matthew Goodman

NATIONAL BESTSELLER

On November 14, 1889, Nellie Bly, the crusading young female reporter for Joseph Pulitzer’s World newspaper, left New York City by steamship on a quest to break the record for the fastest...


Yunus Emre: The Sufi Poet in Love

by Zekeriya Baskal

One of the most famous poets in the history of Turkish literature, Yunus Emre (d. 1320) is well-known as a Sufi saint-poet who has exerted a great influence in both the East and the West. This book is an analysis...


Smithsonian Institution Secretary, Charles Doolittle Walcott

by Ellis Yochelson

Charles Doolittle Walcott (1850-1927) is a highly respected figure in history of geology and paleontology. Perhaps his most notable contribution to his field was his discovery of the Middle Cambrian Burgess...


Final Analysis: The Making and Unmaking of a Psychoanalyst

by Jeffrey Moussaieff Masson

He was the rising star of psychoanalysis, an intimate associate of Anna Freud and Kurt Eissler, a member of the Freudian "inner circle" with unrestricted access to the Freud Archives. And then Jeffrey Moussaieff...