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Fugitives: The Story of Clyde Barrow & Bonnie Parker

by Emma Parker, Nell Barrow Cowan & Jan I Fortune

Originally published in 1934 and rushed to press only three months after Clyde Barrow and Bonnie Parker met their bloody end, Fugitives: The Story of Clyde Barrow and Bonnie Parker, offers a behind the scenes...


Seeds of Fiction: Graham Greene's Adventures in Haiti and Central America 1954-1983

by Bernard Diederich, Pico Iyer & Richard Greene

A major new biography of Graham Greene with extensive new material; exclusive, never-before-seen photographs of Greene on his travels; and full family cooperation

An essential read for fans of literary biography,...


Francona: The Red Sox Years

by Terry Francona & Dan Shaughnessy

An insightful, honest, and entertaining narrative of Terry Francona's tenure with the Red Sox franchise, during which time he managed two teams to World Series victories (including their first in eighty-six...


My Amish Childhood: A True Story of Faith, Family, and the Simple Life

by Jerry S. Eicher

Bestselling fiction author Jerry S. Eicher (nearly half a million books sold) turns his pen to a moving memoir of his life growing up Amish.

Jerry's mother was nineteen years old and nine months married when...


Jill's Leading Ladies: The Story of Jill's Six Guide Dogs

by Jill Allen-King OBE

When Jill Allen-King OBE, suddenly lost her sight at the age of 24, with little help and advice available from Social Services she had to teach herself to cope with a whole new way of living that had its own...


No Hands To Hold and No Legs To Dance On: A Thalidomide Survivor's Story

by Louise Medus & Gill Swain

Loving and living - a Thalidomide survivor's story, a triumph of the human spirit over adversity by Louise Medus.


In Love with Defeat: The Making of a Southern Liberal

by H. Brandt Ayers

Journalist and publisher Brandt Ayers's journey takes him from the segregated Old South to covering the central scenes of the civil rights struggle, and finally to editorship of his family's hometown newspaper,...


Lord Strathcona: A Biography of Donald Alexander Smith

by Donna McDonald

Donald Smith, known to most Canadians as Lord Strathcona, was an adventurer who made his fortune building railroads, including the Canadian Pacific Railway.


Louis Applebaum: A Passion for Culture

by Walter Pitman

Canadian composer Louis Applebaum devoted his life to the cultural awakening of Canada.


My Second Life: Living with Parkinson's Disease

by William A. Harshaw

An account of Bill Harshaw's struggle to accept his new life, from early denial to experimental neurosurgery.


Travels with my Daughter

by Niema Ash

This honest, humorous memoir describes the adventures mother and daughter share and celebrates travel, motherhood, and life itself.


Cass Timberlane - A Novel of Husbands and Wives

by , Sinclair Lewis

This novel was written late in the career of Sinclair Lewis, it explores themes of love, marriage, heartache, trust and redemption in a small Minnesota town. Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating...


Mistah Jolson

by , Harry Jolson

A biography of one of the greatest stage performers of his time Harry Jolson. Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the 1900s and before, are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive....


The Young Melbourne

by , David Cecil

A biography of William Lamb, later to become Lord Melbourne, a man who would become prime minister of Great Britain at the height of the British empire and guide the young queen Victoria through the new world...


Joe DiMaggio: The Hero's Life

by Richard Ben Cramer

Joe DiMaggio was, at every turn, one man we could look at who made us feel good.

In the hard-knuckled thirties, he was the immigrant boy who made it big—and spurred the New York Yankees to a new era of dynasty....


Data, A Love Story: How I Gamed Online Dating to Meet My Match

by Amy Webb

"Amy Webb found her true love after a search that's both charmingly romantic and relentlessly data-driven. Anyone who uses online dating sites must read her funny, fascinating book."-Gretchen Rubin, #1 New York...


How Literature Saved My Life

by David Shields

“Reading How Literature Saved My Life is like getting to listen in on a really great, smart, provocative conversation. The book is not straightforward, it resists any single interpretation, and it seems to...


Clear Springs: A Memoir

by Bobbie Ann Mason

In this superb memoir, the bestselling author of In Country and other award-winning books tells her own story, and the story of a Kentucky farm family, the Masons of Clear Springs. Like Russell Baker's Growing...


Congressman Lincoln

by Chris DeRose

The “gifted young historian” (Richard Norton Smith) who gave us Founding Rivals, Chris DeRose delivers the first fully realized portrait of Abraham Lincoln’s ambitious and controversial early political...


Photo by Sammy Davis, Jr.

by Burt Boyar

Sammy Davis, Jr. will forever be remembered as one of America's finest entertainers. An all–around performer who could sing, dance, and act, Davis broke racial barriers in the entertainment world and became...