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Alexis de Tocqueville: Prophet of Democracy in the Age of Revolution

by Professor Hugh Brogan

As the son of a noble family which was nearly wiped out in the Revolution and as an ambitious politician during the July Monarchy and the Second Republic, Alexis de Tocqueville had a front seat at the revolutionary...


On Patrol: True Adventures of an Alaska Game Warden

by Ray, Mr. Tremblay & Jim, Mr. Rearden

Take to the air with veteran bush pilot and game warden Ray Tremblay in these lively adventure stories of Alaska's early game-law enforcement. During a career spanning nearly thirty years, Tremblay earned the...


A Place Beyond: Finding Home in Arctic Alaska

by Nick, Mr. Jans

In A Place Beyond, Nick Jans leads us into his "found" home-the Eskimo village of Ambler, Alaska, and the vast wilderness around it. In his powerful essays, the rhythms of daily arctic life blend with high adventure-camping...


A Journey: My Political Life

by Tony Blair

Tony Blair is a politician who defines our times. His emergence as Labour Party leader in 1994 marked a seismic shift in British politics. Within a few short years, he had transformed his party and rallied the...


Howards End is on the Landing: A year of reading from home

by Susan Hill

Early one autumn afternoon in pursuit of an elusive book on her shelves, Susan Hill encountered dozens of others that she had never read, or forgotten she owned, or wanted to read for a second time. The discovery...


The Lives of Hans Luther, 1879 - 1962: German Chancellor, Reichsbank President, and Hitler's Ambassador

by Edmund C. Clingan

For the first time in any language, a book examines the life of Hans Luther, the German statesman whose career began at the tail end of the Weimar Republic, and ended in the immediate post-war years. Luther...


In the Words of Nelson Mandela

by Jennifer Crwys-Williams

Through his words and actions, Nelson Mandela has been embraced worldwide as our leading symbol of courage, hope and reconciliation. In the Words of Nelson Mandela is a unique collection of quotations from one...


The Quiet Mind

by John E. Coleman

A fascinating, engaging, and unique memoir, this story covers John Coleman’s life after his cover is blown as a CIA agent in Asia in the late 1950s, leading him to embark on a vigorous pursuit of spiritual...


J.R.: My Life as the Most Outspoken, Fearless, and Hard-Hitting Man in Hockey

by Jeremy Roenick & Kevin Allen

Jeremy Roenick, one of the premier hockey players of his generation and one of the greatest American stars the NHL has ever known, shares his life story in this frank and unflinching autobiography. After making...


Geisha Smackdown

by Christina Bell

For the eight years she spent in Japan, Christina Bell juggled multiple lives. She was a mother, elementary school teacher, magazine columnist, and occasional sex reporter. Geisha Smackdown is an honest, funny,...


The Hard Way Around: The Passages of Joshua Slocum

by Geoffrey Wolff

A masterful biographer now offers a thrilling, definitive portrait of one of history’s most legendary icons of adventure.

In 1860, sixteen-year-old Joshua Slocum escaped a hardscrabble childhood in Nova Scotia...


Begin Again: A Biography of John Cage

by Kenneth Silverman

John Cage was a man of extraordinary and seemingly limitless talents: musician, inventor, composer, poet. He became a central figure of the avant-garde early in his life and remained at that pinnacle until his...


Stage Whispers: Douglas Wilmer The Memoirs

by Douglas Wilmer & Philip Porter

Douglas Wilmer takes the reader inside the actor's dressing room for this deliciously honest and beautifully written account of the trials and tribulations of working with some of the world's most iconic stars...


Wild Men, Wild Alaska II: The Survival of the Fittest

by Rocky C. McElveen & Greg Bilbo

This long awaited sequel is equally as exciting, intriguing & humorous as Rocky's first best-selling book, "Wild Men, Wild Alaska." It'll thrill, chill, & challenge you & make you laugh out loud. Scores told...


Under Surge, Under Siege: The Odyssey of Bay St. Louis and Katrina

by Ellis Anderson

Hurricane Katrina tore into Bay St. Louis, Mississippi, raking away lives, buildings, and livelihoods in a place known for its picturesque, coastal views; its laid-back, artsy downtown; and its deep-dyed southern...


Kazantzakis: Politics of the Spirit, Volume 1

by Peter Bien

"No author who lives in Greece," writes Peter Bien, "can avoid politics." This first volume of his major intellectual biography of Nikos Kazantzakis approaches the distinguished--and controversial--writer by...


The Odyssey of an African Slave

by Sitiki & Patricia C Griffin

Recently discovered as a hand-written document in the Buckingham Smith Collection at the New York Historical Society, this remarkable first-person narrative traces the life of Sitiki, whose name was changed...


A Sailor's War

by W. G. Mattin

"That's the spirit, boy. Get behind a bloody great gun and knock the hell out of somebody." With these words G. W. Mattin's employer gave his full support when he volunteered for the Royal Navy in 1940. As soon...


Masters of Enterprise

by H.W. Brands

A Simon & Schuster eBook. Simon & Schuster has a great book for every reader.


Edward Albee: A Singular Journey: A Biography

by Mel Gussow

In 1960, Edward Albee electrified the theater world with the American premiere of The Zoo Story, and followed it two years later with his extraordinary first Broadway play, Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? Proclaimed...