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Audrey in Rome

by Luca Dotti, Ludovica Damiani & Sciascia Gambaccini

Assembled by Audrey Hepburn's son Luca Dotti, Audrey in Rome is an intimate collection of almost two hundred candid photographs of the beloved actress and much-imitated style icon during the twenty-year period...


The Nowhere Men

by Michael Calvin

Winner of The Times British Sports Book Award 2014.

A fascinating insight into the enclosed world of football scouts in the UK

A teenaged boy plays football in a suburban park. His name is Raheem Sterling. The...


Riding the Storm

by Duncan Bannatyne

Can money buy you happiness?

A few years ago Duncan Bannatyne might have said so. He was happily married and his businesses were thriving. Life was good. He couldn't have known that a storm was brewing on the...


The Tribal Knot: A Memoir of Family, Community, and a Century of Change

by Rebecca Mcclanahan

Are we responsible for, and to, those forces that have formed us-our families, friends, and communities? Where do we leave off and others begin? In The Tribal Knot, Rebecca McClanahan looks for answers in the...


Against the Odds: The Adventures of a Man in His Sixties Competing in Six of the World's Toughest Triathlons across Six Continents

by John L. Pendergrass & Brett Favre

Completing a triathlon at any age is a major achievement; finishing an IRONMAN®

Triathlon in your sixties is nothing short of inspirational. A true account of John Pendergrass’ impossible goal of completing...


Virginia Woolf

by Alexandra Harris

An ideal introduction to the life and work of Virginia Woolf by an award-winning author: the story of a life lived with intensity from moment to moment and shaped into the lasting patterns of art. In 1907, when...


Leading the Way: The Story of Ed Feulner and the Heritage Foundation

by Lee Edwards

The remarkable history of The Heritage Foundation, its influential founder, and the conservative movement in America.

Leading the Way tells the story of how Ed Feulner has transformed policymaking in Washington...


Brothers Emanuel: A Memoir of an American Family

by Ezekiel J. Emanuel

NATIONAL BESTSELLER

For years, people have been asking Ezekiel “Zeke” Emanuel, the brash, outspoken, and fiercely loyal eldest brother in the Emanuel clan, the same question: What did your mom put in the...


Paul Newman: A Life

by Shawn Levy

Paul Newman, who died in 2008, achieved superstar status by playing charismatic renegades, broken heroes, and winsome anti-heroes in such classic films as The Hustler, Cool Hand Luke, Butch Cassidy and the Sundance...


Not Quite Paradise: An American Sojourn in Sri Lanka

by Adele Barker

A chronicle of life on the resplendent island, combining the immediacy of memoir with the vividness of travelogue and reportage

 

Adele Barker and her son, Noah, settled into the central highlands of Sri Lanka...


A Fortunate Life: The Autobiography of Paddy Ashdown

by Paddy Ashdown

Paddy Ashdown’s autobiography was hailed as one of the most readable and exciting political life stories ever written of all – precisely because it was so very much more.

This is the autobiography of an...


A Nice Boy From A Good Family

by David May

Bringing together the best of David May's nonfiction, A Nice Boy from a Good Family recalls episodes from a life lived in "Interesting Times." Beginning with a pre-adolescent obsession with comic books that...


A Pound of Paper

by John Baxter

In the rural Australia of the fifties where John Baxter grew up, reading books was disregarded with suspicion, owning and collecting them with utter incomprehension. Despite this, by the age of eleven Baxter...


My Bright Abyss

by Christian Wiman

Seven years ago, Christian Wiman, a well-known poet and the editor of Poetry magazine, wrote a now-famous essay about having faith in the face of death. My Bright Abyss, composed in the difficult years since...


Marathon Man

by Bill Rodgers & Matthew Shepatin

The legendary long-distance runner details his historic victory in the 1975 Boston Marathon that launched the modern running boom

Within a span of two hours and nine minutes, Bill Rodgers went from obscurity...


Life in a Marital Institution

by James Braly

LIFE IN A MARITAL INSTITUTION is a look inside the manic marriage of opposites, from the winning point of view of the husband, the "gaspingly funny" (Variety), "never less than excellent" (New York Times) writer...


Ruth, A Portrait: The story of Ruth Bell Graham

by Patricia Cornwell

Ruth Bell Graham is known as the wife of evangelist Billy Graham. It was Ruth who influenced Billy, as his most trusted life-partner. In Ruth, a Portrait, we meet this fascinating and remarkable woman. Brimming...


Public Enemies: Dueling Writers Take On Each Other and the World

by Bernard-Henri Levy & Michel Houellebecq

The international publishing sensation is now available in the United States—two brilliant, controversial authors confront each other and their enemies in an unforgettable exchange of letters.

 

In one corner,...


Flashes

by Michelle Churchill

"Hot flashes, hot and not-so-hot dates, hysterical laughing and crying. Michelle Churchill's Flashes is a reminder that whether 15 or 50, it doesn't get any easier to find a partner, especially when hormonal."...


The Gastronomy of Marriage: A Memoir of Food and Love

by Michelle Maisto

“On our first date, Rich ordered a chocolate soufflé at the beginning of the meal, noting an asterisk on the menu warning diners of the wait involved. At the time, I imagined he did it partly to impress me,...