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Smuggler's Blues: The Saga of a Marijuana Importer

by Jay Carter Carter Brown

Told from the viewpoint of an impressionable young entrepreneur named Jay Carter Brown, this memoir quickly dives into the gritty underbelly of the international drug trade. The story begins with minor league...


Brody: The Triumph and Tragedy of Wrestling's Rebel

by Larry Matysik & Barbara Goodish

Written by his best friend and widow, this compelling biography of international wrestling superstar “Bruiser” Brody provides an unparalleled look at his life and death. At 6’5” and a muscular 320 pounds,...


The Pilgrimage of Stephen Harper: The Case for Collaborative Governance

by Lloyd Mackey

Any look at Stephen Harper and the new Conservative party requires an examination of the evangelical Christian legacy coming out of both the Canadian Alliance and Progressive Conservative parties. In Stephen...


The Death of WCW

by R.D. D. Reynolds

This detailed tell-all of the demise of the former top pro wrestling company World Championship Wrestling explores the colorful personalities and flawed business decisions behind how WCW went from being the...


Little Evil: One Ultimate Fighter's Rise to the Top

by Jens Pulver & Erich Krauss

This gripping tale follows the life of Jens Pulver, the current lightweight Ultimate Fighting Champion. Pulver reveals a youth spent in a family in which violence was the only way to deal with conflict, and...


Too Close to the Falls: A Memoir

by Catherine Gildiner

Heartbreaking and wicked: a memoir of  stunning beauty and remarkable grace. Improbable friendships and brushes with death. A schoolgirl affecting the course of aboriginal politics. Elvis and cocktails and...


Dancing at the River's Edge: A Patient and Her Doctor Negotiate Life with Chronic Illness

by Alida Brill & Michael D. D. Lockshin

An invaluable resource for medical professionals, victims of chronic illnesses, and their loved ones, this dual memoir by a doctor and his longtime patient traces the growth of their unique friendship over a...


Songs of the Gorilla Nation: My Journey Through Autism

by Dawn Phd Prince-Hughes

“This is a book about autism. Specifically, it is about my autism, which is both like and unlike other people’s autism. But just as much, it is a story about how I emerged from the darkness of it into the...


The Lost Childhood: The Complete Memoir

by Yehuda Nir & Cynthia Ozick

This compelling memoir takes readers through the eyes of a child surviving World War II in Nazi-occupied Poland. As a nine-year-old, the author witnessed his father being herded into a truck—never to be seen...


The Education of a Tennis Player

by Rod Laver & Bud Collins

Depicting the monumental achievements of a world-class athlete, this firsthand account documents Rod Laver’s historic 1969 Grand Slam sweep of all four major tennis titles. Coauthored with renowned tennis...


The Lennon Prophecy: A New Examination of the Death Clues of the Beatles

by Joseph Niezgoda

Offering a new interpretation of the hidden messages and symbols that have ornamented Beatles mythology for years, this examination of the Beatles' recordings and album artwork theorizes that John Lennon's murder...


The Roger Federer Story: Quest for Perfection

by Rene Stauffer

Regarded by many as the greatest tennis player in the history of the sport, this authoritative biography is based on many exclusive interviews with Federer and his family as well as the author's experience...


No End to Snowdrops: A Biography of Kathleen Raine

by Philippa Bernard

Exploring the life of Kathleen Raine, who played an important role in the literary history of 20th-century England, this authorized biography tells how she developed from a small girl who only wanted to be...


Manhattan Medics: The Gripping Story of the Men and Women of Emergency Medical Services Who Make the Streets of the City Their Career

by NREMT-P, Francis J. Rella

This firsthand account of September 11, written by a paramedic on the scene, chronicles the days before and after the collapse of the World Trade Center towers. Frank Rella describes the paramedic crew stationed...


The Beautiful Struggle: A Father, Two Sons, and an Unlikely Road to Manhood

by Ta-Nehisi Coates

An exceptional father-son story about the reality that tests us, the myths that sustain us, and the love that saves us.

Paul Coates was an enigmatic god to his sons: a Vietnam vet who rolled with the Black Panthers,...


The Translator: A Tribesman's Memoir of Darfur

by Daoud Hari

I am the translator who has taken journalists into dangerous Darfur. It is my intention now to take you there in this book, if you have the courage to come with me.

The young life of Daoud Hari–his friends...


Nine Lives: Postwar Women Writers Making Their Mark

by Susan Sheridan

In the decades after World War II, the literary scene in Australia flourished: local writers garnered international renown and local publishers sought and produced more Australian books. The traditional view...


Purple Threads

by Jeanine Leane

Winner of the 2010 David Unaipon Award for Indigenous Writing, Purple Threads is a humorous collection of rural yarns by a gifted storyteller. Jeanine Leane grew up on a sheep farm near Gundagai, and the stories...


Someone Else's Child: A Surrogate's Story

by Sue Phillips

On a summer morning in Canberra, Sue Phillips gave birth for the fourth time. Sue's husband was by her side, along with Lily, the baby's genetic mother. Labor was brief, but excruciating; and only minutes afterwards,...


The Hard Light of Day: An Artist's Story of Friendships in Arrernte Country

by Rod Moss

A story of whitefella-blackfella friendship that offers hope for the future. Two years after artist Rod Moss arrived in Alice Springs to teach painting, he met an Indigenous couple who had set up camp in the...