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A Passion for God: The Spiritual Journey of A. W. Tozer

by Lyle Dorsett

Pastor A.W. Tozer was a deeply spiritual man and a gifted preacher whose impact for the kingdom of God is immeasurable. From his conversion as a teen to his death in 1963, Tozer remained true to one passion:...


Charles Bukowski: Locked in the Arms of a Crazy Life

by Howard Sounes

A former postman and long-term alcoholic who did not become a full-time writer until middle age, Charles Bukowski was the author of autobiographical novels that captured the low life--including Post Office,...


The Queen of the Ring: Sex, Muscles, Diamonds, and the Making of an American Legend

by Jeff Leen

The Queen of the Ring is the story of Mildred Burke, the longest reigning champion of female wrestling. In this in-depth account, Pulitzer Prize–winning journalist Jeff Leen pulls back the curtain on a forgotten...


Auto da Fay: A Memoir

by Fay Weldon

Auto da Fay is an autobiography from a wickedly funny writer who never fails to amuse. Fay Weldon, one of England's best selling and most celebrated authors, looks back on her life as wife, lover, playwright,...


Family Meals: Coming Together to Care for an Aging Parent

by Michael Tucker

Michael Tucker and his wife Jill Eikenberry are enjoying the early years of retirement in their dream house, a beautiful 350-year-old stone farmhouse in the central Italian province of Umbria, but Jill’s mother...


What Just Happened?: Bitter Hollywood Tales from the Front Line

by Art Linson

As a Hollywood film producer, Art Linson has had a hand in producing some of the most unforgettable films of the last half century--Fast Times at Ridgemont High, The Untouchables, Fight Club--and has worked...


This Boy's Life: A Memoir

Los Angeles Times Book Prize for Biography 1989

by Tobias Wolff

This unforgettable memoir, by one of our most gifted writers, introduces us to the young Toby Wolff, by turns tough and vulnerable, crafty and bumbling, and ultimately winning. Separated by divorce from his...


Jealousy: The Other Life of Catherine M.

by Catherine Millet & Helen Stevenson

Catherine Millet's best-selling The Sexual Life of Catherine M. was a landmark book — a portrait of a sexual life lived without boundaries and without a safety net. Described as "eloquent, graphic — and...


The Journal Keeper: A Memoir

by Phyllis Theroux

The Journal Keeper is the openhearted and unflinchingly honest memoir of six years in writer Phyllis Theroux's life. As she ages into her sixties, Theroux uses regular journal entries to reflect on the void...


The Face of a Naked Lady: An Omaha Family Mystery

by Michael Rips

Nick Rips’s son had always known him as a conservative midwesterner, dedicated, affable, bland to the point of invisibility. Upon his father’s death, however, Michael Rips returned to his Omaha family home...


The Civil War Papers of George C. McClellan: Selected Correspondence, 1860-1865

by Stephen W. Sears

No one played as many major roles during the Civil War as General George B. McClellan, nor did any other figure write such candid letters about himself, his motivations, and his intentions. For Civil War buffs,...


Double Down: Reflections on Gambling and Loss

by Frederick Barthelme & Steven Barthelme

"So each night begins. One of us picks up the other and we drive into the Mississippi darkness, headed for a place where everything is different." This first nonfiction book by Frederick Barthelme, author of...


O Hudd Ei Ddoe

by Myron Wyn Evans

This is the first volume of my autobiography covering the years 1950 to 1968, when I left Pontardawe Grammar School. The book opens with an extensive and rigorously authentic genealogy going back to the mid...


If the Creek Don't Rise: My Life Out West with the Last Black Widow of the Civil War

by Rita Williams

When Rita Williams was four, her mother died in a Denver boarding house. This death delivered Rita into the care of her aunt Daisy, the last surviving African American widow of a Union soldier and a maverick...


A 1980s Childhood: From He-Man to Shell Suits

by Michael A. Johnson

Do you remember trying to solve a Rubik's Cube whilst dressed in your He-Man picture pyjamas? Did you try to make 'cool' sound effects with your mouth like Jones from the Police Academy films? Or maybe you swooned...


Daughter of the Queen of Sheba: A Memoir

by Jacki Lyden

As a foreign correspondent for NPR, Jacki Lyden has spent her adult life on the frontlines in some of the most dangerous war zones in the world. Her childhood was a war zone of a different kind. Her mother suffered...


Restless in Peace: A Psychic Mortician's Encounters with Those who Refuse to Rest

by Mariah de la Croix

A deceased undertaker still carries out his life’s work. Ghost children chase people who walk down a corridor . . .

Alternately hair-raising, creepy, and touching, Mariah de la Croix’s encounters with the...


Encounter with Hell: My Terrifying Clash with a Demonic Entity

by Alexis McQuillan

The events in this story are true, but the names and locations have been changed to protect the reader. Alexis is a psychic who never believed in demons until she came face to face with pure evil. This is her...


Manhattan, When I Was Young

by Mary Cantwell

Mary Cantwell, who has been a writer and editor at Mademoiselle and Vogue and a writer at the New York Times, gives us an elegant and lyrical autobiographical account of a time and place that for some exists...


In the Presence of Spirits: A True Story of Ghostly Visitations

by Barbara Parks

Traumatized by vicious poltergeist attacks that lasted five years, Barbara Parks never imagined that her deep-rooted fear of ghosts would disappear. A momentous turning point occurs when, still mourning the...