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McClellan's War: The Failure of Moderation in the Struggle for the Union

by Ethan S. Rafuse

Bold, brash, and full of ambition, George Brinton McClellan seemed destined for greatness when he assumed command of all the Union armies before he was 35. It was not to be. Ultimately deemed a failure on the...


The Dark Side of Charles Darwin: A Critical Analysis of an Icon of Science

by Dr. Jerry Bergman

A single man stands behind the greatest deception in history. Charles Darwin's ideas still penetrate every aspect of our culture, including science, religion, and education. And while much has been made of his...


The Summit: Faith Beyond Everest's Death Zone

by Eric Alexander

It's one of the greatest challenges on Earth; an ascent to the top of the world on the slopes of Mount Everest. Eric Alexander experienced grace and a faith-empowering journey he will never forget as part of...


Lincoln and Whitman: Parallel Lives in Civil War Washington

by Daniel Mark Epstein

It was more than coincidence—indeed, it was all but fate—that the lives and thoughts of Abraham Lincoln and Walt Whitman should converge during the terrible years of the Civil War. Kindred spirits despite...


The Unabridged Journals of Sylvia Plath

by Sylvia Plath & Karen V. Kukil

First U.S. Publication

A major literary event--the complete, uncensored journals of Sylvia Plath, published in their entirety for the first time.

Sylvia Plath's journals were originally published in 1982 in a...


Through the Eyes of a Champion: The Brandon Burlsworth Story

by Jeff Kinley

Brandon Burlsworth could have been just another statistic of a young man who tragically lost his life in a 1999 car crash, just one of the many who was here and now is gone, only to be remembered by family and...


The Life Story of Lester Sumrall

by Lester Sumrall

For sheer entertainment, he was hard to beat. The Man of a Thousand Stories and the quick smile also stored up spiritual power form the Lord, and the result of all these characteristics was that Lester Sumrall...


Yesterday, Today & Forever

by Maria von Trapp

Maria von Trapp shares how she and her husband told their children about the life of Jesus and how His story entered into their lives and imaginations. Be enriched and inspired as you enjoy this beloved classic....


Crashing Through: A True Story of Risk, Adventure, and the Man Who Dared to See

by Robert Kurson

In his critically acclaimed bestseller Shadow Divers, Robert Kurson explored the depths of history, friendship, and compulsion. Now Kurson returns with another thrilling adventure–the stunning true story of...


GI Joe & Lillie: Remembering a Life of Love and Loyalty

by Joseph S. Bonsall

This story of patriotism, bravery abroad and at home, and most of all, deep commitment, sets in a gold frame the very essence of America. The story of G.I. Joe and Lillie helps us all remember that true love...


Quick, Before the Music Stops: How Ballroom Dancing Saved My Life

by Janet Carlson

“I’ve been dancing steadily since that Valentine’s Day. I have taken countless lessons and classes, passed a professional certification exam, done several shows and a competition—yes, dressed in those...


I'm the One That I Want

by Margaret Cho

Comedian. Icon. TV star. Role model. Trash talker. Fag hag. Gypsy. Tramp. Thief. Margaret Cho displays her numerous sides in this funny, fierce, and honest memoir. As one of the country’s most visible Asian...


The Glimpse Traveler

by Marianne Boruch

When she joins a pair of hitchhikers on a trip to California, a young Midwestern woman embarks on a journey about memory and knowledge, beauty and realization. This true story, set in 1971, recounts a fateful,...


C Sar Franck: His Life and Times

by R. Stove

César Franck (1822-1890) was one of the most remarkable composers of the 19th century, and yet 38 years have elapsed since a biography of him last appeared in English. Now, with César Franck: His Life and...


Harlem Jazz Adventures: A European Baron's Memoir, 1934-1969

by Timme Rosenkrantz & Fradley Garner

Timme Rosenkrantz (1911-1969) was a journalist, author, concert and record producer, broadcaster, and entrepreneur with a consuming passion for jazz and little head for business. He was the first European journalist...


Talk to Me: Listening Between the Lines

by Anna Deavere Smith

Anna Deavere Smith, the award-winning playwright and actor, has spent a lifetime listening—really listening—to the people around her. As a child in the segregated Baltimore of the early 1960s, Smith absorbed...


Reading Lolita in Tehran: A Memoir in Books

by Azar Nafisi

We all have dreams—things we fantasize about doing and generally never get around to. This is the story of Azar Nafisi’s dream and of the nightmare that made it come true.

For two years before she left Iran...


The Mystery of Light

by Georg Feuerstein

 

The Mystery of Light is the first book-length account of the life and teaching of the Bulgarian-born spiritual adept Omraam Mikhaël Aïvanhov (1900-1986), who was one of the twentieth century’s greatest...


Cosmopolitan: Bartender's Life

by Toby Cecchini

Cosmopolitan: A Bartender's Life is a memoir of the bartending life structured as a day in the life at Passerby, the bar owned and run by Toby Cecchini. It is, as well, a rich study of human nature—of the...


Stradivari's Genius: Five Violins, One Cello, and Three Centuries of Enduring Perfection

by Toby Faber

“’Tis God gives skill, but not without men’s hands: He could not make Antonio Stradivari’s violins without Antonio.”

–George Eliot

Antonio Stradivari (1644—1737) was a perfectionist whose single-minded...