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Armed and Dangerous

by Gina Gallo

The critically acclaimed memoirs of one female police officer’s sixteen-year odyssey, beginning with day one at the Police Academy and spanning assignments on Chicago’s West Side, one of the most dangerous...


I, Fellini

by Federico Fellini & Charolette Chandler

Forged from the many conversations Charlotte Chandler conducted with the director of La Dolce Vita, 8 1/2, and La Strada over the course of fourteen years, I, Fellini is a portrait of one of Italy's greatest...


Clausewitz: A Biography

by Roger Parkinson

The Prussian general and military theoretician Carl Phillip Gottleib von Clausewitz spent much of his life combatting Napoleon's army, recording his martial insights in the demanding book On War. Parkinson details...


My Nine Lives: A Memoir of Many Careers in Music

by Anne Midgette & Leon Fleisher

The stirring memoir of one of the greatest pianists of the postwar era—an inspiring tale of triumph over crippling incapacity that rivals Shine.

The pianist Leon  Fleisher—whose student–teacher lineage...


Che Guevara: A Biography

by Daniel James & Henry Butterfield Ryan

James provides an in-depth look at the Latin American revolutionary's formative years, and proceeds to examine Guevara's successes and failures in his international battles, to his desperate hours as a dying...


Fanny Kemble: A Performed Life

by Deirdre David

"Fanny Kemble played a highly significant cultural role on both sides of the Atlantic. As David so convincingly shows, the life of this actress-turned-writer-turned-polemicist not only offers a fascinating subject...


Three Who Made a Revolution: A Biographical History of Lenin, Trotsky, and Stalin

by Bertram D. Wolfe

This monumental triple biography weaves together the personal and public lives of the triumvirate behind the 1917 Russian Revolution.


American Story: A Lifetime Search for Ordinary People Doing Extraordinary Things

by Bob Dotson

"These are remarkable and poignant stories that need to be told." -Ken Burns

More than six million people watch Bob Dotson's Emmy award-winning segment, American Story, on NBC's Today Show. For the last four...


Innocent: Confessions of a Welfare Mother

by Barbara Morrison

The dramatic memoir of author Barbara Morrison's life as a welfare mother.


Patrimony: A True Story

by Philip Roth

Patrimony, a true story, touches the emotions as strongly as anything Philip Roth has ever written. Roth watches as his eight-six-year-old father-famous for his vigor, his charm, and his repertoire of Newark...


Put It In the Book!: A Half-Century of Mets Mania

by Phil Pepe, Howie Rose & Marv Albert

In Put It In the Book, New York Mets broadcaster and lifelong fan Howie Rose takes fans behind the microphone, into the locker rooms, and through the last 50 years of Mets baseball. Millions of fans have listened...


Playing with Purpose: Mariano Rivera: The Closer Who Got Saved

by Jesse Florea & Mike Yorkey

He’s a Hall of Famer in every possible way—and Playing with Purpose: Mariano Rivera is an easy-to-read, color-illustrated biography of the baseball’s all-time saves leader.

 

 


From Exile to Eden: A Family Journal

by Jadwiga Szelazek Morrison

Combining history and hardship, battles and betrayal, miraculous escapes and death-defying encounters, From Exile to Eden chronicles one family’s journey from deportation in Siberia to safety and freedom in...


No Mountain High Enough: Secrets of Successful African American Women

by Dorothy Ehrhart-Morrison

Profiles thirty-two successful black women, from judges to rocket scientists to corporate executive officers, revealing the combination of hard work, determination, and the support of family that drove them...


Honor Thy Children: One Family's Journey to Wholeness

by Molly Fumia

The inspirational account of a Japanese-American family's triumph in the face of the death of their three children, two from AIDS and a third the victim of a tragic drive-by shooting, Honor Thy Children chronicles...


My Life with the Spirits: The Adventures of a Modern Magician

by Lon Milo DuQuette

A rare glimpse into the fascinating, sometimes terrifying, sometimes hilarious world of a modern ceremonial magician. Hailed by critics as the most entertaining author and one of the most widely respected members...


Lorraine Hansberry: Award-Winning Playwright and Civil Rights Activist

by Susan Sinnott

Lorraine Hansberry tells the fascinating story of the brave and talented woman who, almost single-handedly, overcame the racial obstacles that made for a segregated American theatre in the years following World...


Speaking of Jane Roberts: Remembering the Author of the Seth Material

by Susan M. Watkins

Poet, novelist, author of the Seth Material, Jane Roberts's books have sold over 7.5 million copies. She was one of the most important psychics of the twentieth century. Now, Speaking of Jane Roberts reveals...


W.B. Yeats Twentieth Century Magus: An In-Depth Study of Yeat's Esoteric Practices and Beliefs, Including Excerpts from His Magical Diaries

by Susan Johnston Graf

W.B. Yeats--Twentieth Century Magus is a comprehensive study of his magical practices and beliefs. Yeats moved through many different phases of spiritual development, believing that his life was an intellectual,...


Elizabeth Blackwell: First Woman M.D.

by Nancy Kline

Victorian Society recoiled at the thought of a woman learning about the human body. Yet in 1847, Elizabeth Blackwell was determined to become a physician--one who would not just improve the practice of medicine,...