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Dream Job

by Richard Peddie

The former head of one of the most successful franchises in the world takes readers into the boardrooms and dressing rooms of major league sports.

Millions of sports fans think they know how to run the home team...


Chuvalo

by George Chuvalo & Murray Greig

The inspirational memoir of the Canadian boxer who fought some of the greatest heavyweights in history, including Muhammad Ali and Joe Frazier, but lost everything outside the ring.

From a tough Toronto childhood...


Welcome to the Broadcast

by Don Newman

In Welcome to the Broadcast, titled after his famous greeting to the viewers of his highly popular program Politics, journalist and broadcaster Don Newman writes about his many decades reporting on Canadian...


Sun Rise

by John Lawrence Reynolds & Rick George

Over its twenty years with president and CEO Rick George at the helm, Suncor Energy went from being Canada’s “unluckiest oil company” to a stock market darling and the second-largest publicly traded corporation...


The Tale of Two Nazanins

by Susan McClelland & Nazanin Afshin-Jam

Nazanin Afshin-Jam was on top of the world. In 2006, she had just signed her first record deal and, after placing as first runner-up for Miss World, was a sought-after fashion model and icon within the Iranian...


Emperor of the North

by James Raffan

The adventure-filled story of the legendary Hudson’s Bay Company is inextricably linked to the formation of a Canadian nation stretching from sea to sea to sea. In an absorbing and lively new book on The Bay,...


I Am My Father's Son

by Dan Hill

In this deeply moving memoir, one of Canada’s most respected singer-songwriters traces his difficult, often tumultuous relationship with his father. From the time Dan Hill picked up a guitar at age 11, he...


Luongo in Vancouver

by Province Sports

Luongo in Vancouver is the tale of NHL goaltender Roberto Luongo's career with the Vancouver Canucks, as covered by Vancouver's daily tabloid newspaper, The Province.

The Province was at rinkside for Luongo's...


Good Tidings and Great Joy

by Sarah Palin

Wish me a Merry Christmas.

At a time when Christian values are challenged—when the greeting "Merry Christmas" has been replaced by the supposedly less offensive "Happy Holidays"—Governor Sarah Palin makes...


Pope Francis

by Staff of The Wall Street Journal, The & The Staff of the Wall Street Journal

On March 13, the cardinals of the Catholic Church, gathered to elect a successor to a living Pope for the first time in 600 years, announced a dramatic shift. By elevating Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio of Argentina...


From Harvey River

by Lorna Goodison

"Throughout her life my mother [Doris] lived in two places at once: Kingston, Jamaica, where she raised a family of nine children, and Harvey River, in the parish of Hanover, where she was born and grew up."...


Monty Python Speaks

by David Morgan

Monty Python, the genius comedy troupe from Britain, single-handedly revolutionized sketch comedy and paved the way for everything from Saturday Night Live to Austin Powers. Now, in their official oral history,...


Carnivore

by Dillard Johnson & James Tarr

Amid ferocious fighting that many times nearly took his life, Sergeant Dillard "C. J." Johnson and his crew are recognized by Pentagon reports to have accounted for astonishing enemy KIA totals while battling...


Fortune's Children

by Arthur T. Vanderbilt, II & Arthur T. Vanderbilt

Vanderbilt: the very name signifies wealth. The family patriarch, "the Commodore," built up a fortune that made him the world's richest man by 1877. Yet, less than fifty years after the Commodore's death, one...


Confessions Of an Art Addict

by Peggy Guggenheim

A patron of art since the 1930s, Peggy Guggenheim, in a candid self-portrait, provides an insider's view of the early days of modern art, with revealing accounts of her eccentric wealthy family, her personal...


It's Only Rock 'n' Roll

by Jo Wood

In this wild, behind-the-scenes portrait of one of the biggest rock bands in history, Jo Wood comes clean about her three decades as the girlfriend and eventually the wife of Rolling Stones guitarist Ronnie...


Sons of Guns

by Will Hayden

The official tie-in to the popular Discovery reality series that follows a Louisiana-based custom firearms business.

With his characteristic down-home wit and wisdom, Will Hayden tells the stories behind some...


The Alley of Love and Yellow Jasmines

by Shohreh Aghdashloo

Oscar nominee and Emmy Award–winning actress Shohreh Aghdashloo shares her remarkable personal journey—from a childhood in the Shah's Iran to the red carpets of Hollywood—in this dazzling memoir of family,...


Sex, Lies, and Cookies

by Lisa Glasberg

One woman's misguided quest for love, sex, and as much airtime as possible . . .

On The Howard Stern Show, radio personality Lisa Glasberg, aka Lisa G., is painted as a violin-playing, cookie-baking cat lady,...


Bradbury Speaks

by Ray Bradbury

He is an American treasure; a clear-eyed fantasist without peer; a literary icon who has created wonder for the better part of seven decades. He has a moon crater named after him and a star on Hollywood Boulevard's...