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Best Seat in the House: Mark Rosen's Sports Moments and Minnesota Memories

by Mark Rosen & Jim Bruton

Mark Rosen was hired by WCCO television at the age of 17 and has been a part of the 'CCO team for more than four decades. During that time he has become one of the most popular and respected sports media celebrities...

John James Audubon: The Making of an American

by Richard Rhodes

John James Audubon came to America as a dapper eighteen-year-old eager to make his fortune. He had a talent for drawing and an interest in birds, and he would spend the next thirty-five years traveling to the...

Muriel Remembers

by Muriel McDonald

An adoring older brother who loved nature and raised his own raccoons. A musically gifted father who showed her what love is and pointed her to her heavenly Father. A best friend with no grandparents of her...

Father Joe: The Man Who Saved My Faith

by Tony Hendra

A key comic writer of the past three decades has created his most heartfelt and hard-hitting book. Father Joe is Tony Hendra’s inspiring true story of finding faith, friendship, and family through the decades-long...

Goat: A Memoir

by Brad Land

Soon to be a major motion picture starring Nick Jonas, this searing memoir of fraternity culture and the perils of hazing provides an unprecedented window into the emotional landscape of young men.


She's Vocal/He's Instrumental

by Simonia E. Milton & Archie K. Milton

From children sharing a love of music to professional musicians and teachers, authors Simonia E. and Archie K. Milton believe their lives are a testament that the Lord orchestrates His plan in the lives of His...

An Idiot Girl's Christmas: True Tales from the Top of the Naughty List

by Laurie Notaro



It’s the most wonderful–and most dreadful–season of the year, when boxes of truffles attack your thighs, drunken holiday revelers...

I Love Everybody (and Other Atrocious Lies): True Tales of a Loudmouth Girl

by Laurie Notaro

Here are more scathingly funny tales from the wild side! Laurie Notaro survived the debauched ride of her twenties and the bumpy road to matrimony. Now she’s ready to take on the thirtysomething years . ....

Twenty Thousand Roads: The Ballad of Gram Parsons and His Cosmic American Music

by David Meyer

Gram Parsons lived fast, died young, and left a beautiful corpse–a corpse his friends stole, took to Joshua Tree National Monument, and set afire in its coffin. The theft and burning of his body marked the...

Rough Draft: The Modernist Diaries of Emily Holmes Coleman, 1929-1937

by Elizabeth Podnieks

This edited selection, culled from the diary Coleman kept for over four decades, documents Coleman’s experiences as an American expatriate poet, novelist, and diarist in France and England during the heyday...

J.M.W. Turner: Ackroyd's Brief Lives

by Peter Ackroyd

In this second volume in the Ackroyd’s Brief Lives series, bestselling author Peter Ackroyd brings us a man of humble beginnings, crude manners, and prodigious talents, the nineteenth-century painter J. M....

First Son: George W. Bush and the Bush Family Dynasty

by Bill Minutaglio

In one of the most unprecedented developments in the history of national politics, George W. Bush abruptly emerged to lead all presidential aspirants in the national polls for the 2000 election. Yet voters know...

A Trip to the Beach

by Melinda Blanchard & Robert Blanchard

This is the true story of a trip to the beach that never ends. It's about a husband and wife who escape civilization to build a small restaurant on an island paradise -- and discover that even paradise has its...

Stories of an alchemist

by Oberto Airaudi

These stories are evidently, all together, a Book of Alchemy that I hope is also a bit amusing: a new way to teach, perhaps, in life. In the manifestation of natural powers, in the excesses during their use...

Brinkley's Beat: People, Places, and Events That Shaped My Time

by David Brinkley

From one of America’s most revered journalists–a richly entertaining roundup of the extraordinary individuals with whom he crossed paths in our nation’s capital and of the events that marked the twentieth...

The Life of Kingsley Amis

by Zachary Leader

Here is the authorized, definitive biography of one of the most controversial figures of twentieth-century literature, renowned for his blistering intelligence, savage wit and belligerent fierceness of opinion:...

Shut Up and Give Me the Mic

by Dee Snider


As lead singer and songwriter of Twisted Sister, Dee Snider became the poster boy for heavy metal, hair bands, and the wild side of rock. Now, in his twisted new memoir, he reveals...

A Man's World: The Shocking Truths That Women Need to Know About the Male Code

by Mark Million

Most women think they know everything there is to know about the men in their lives. The truth is every man lives two lives. One is the deceptive illusion we are taught to present to society and the women in...

How to Cook Like a Man: A Memoir of Cookbook Obsession

by Daniel Duane

Julie and Julia meets Home Game in this funny and heartfelt memoir of a faltering new father who teaches himself to cook -- and by finding his way in the kitchen, becomes more fully the man of the house.

Little Heathens: Hard Times and High Spirits on an Iowa Farm During the Great Depression

by Mildred Armstrong Kalish

I tell of a time, a place, and a way of life long gone. For many years I have had the urge to describe that treasure trove, lest it vanish forever. So, partly in response to the basic human instinct to share...