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In the Belly of the Green Bird: The Triumph of the Martyrs in Iraq

by Nir Rosen

Nir Rosen has been hailed by The New York Review of Books as the reporter who managed to get inside Fallujah "at a time when it was a death trap for Western reporters," and as one of the few Western reporters...


Poisoned by Lies and Hypocrisy: America's First Attempt to Bring Liberty to Canada,1775-1776

by Gavin K. Watt

In 1775, Americans made their first attempt to invade Canada. When the rebels attacked Quebec City, Carleton's motley army of militia, American loyalists, British regulars, and First Nations successfully managed...


Narrative of the Life and Adventures of Henry Bibb: An American Slave

by Henry Bibb & Lucius Matlack

Compelling autobiography presents a touching self-portrait of a man caught between a slave past and a free future.


Strange Secrets: Real Government Files on the Unknown

by Nick Redfern & Andy Roberts

IF YOU THOUGHT THAT THE X-FILES WAS ONLY FICTION, THINK AGAIN!

For as long as extraterrestrial and paranormal phenomena have been investigated, the official government response to any events deemed "otherworldly"...


Mark Twain: A Life

by Ron Powers

Mark Twain founded the American voice. His works are a living national treasury: taught, quoted, and reprinted more than those of any writer except Shakespeare. His awestruck contemporaries saw him as the representative...


In the Shadow of the Dam: The Aftermath of the Mill River Flood of 1874

by Elizabeth M. Sharpe

Early one May morning in 1874, in the hills above Williamsburg, Massachusetts, a reservoir dam suddenly burst, sending an avalanche of water down a narrow river valley lined with factories and farms. In just...


Escape From Davao: The Forgotten Story of the Most Daring Prison Break of the Pacific War

by John D. Lukacs

On April 4, 1943, ten American prisoners of war and two Filipino convicts executed a daring escape

from one of Japan’s most notorious prison camps. The prisoners were survivors of the infamous Bataan Death...


The Pages In Between: A Holocaust Legacy of Two Families, One Home

by Erin Einhorn

In a unique, intensely moving memoir, Erin Einhorn finds the family in Poland who saved her mother from the holocaust. But instead of a joyful reunion, Erin unearths a dispute that forces her to navigate the...


The State Boys Rebellion

by Michael D'Antonio

A Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist tells the amazing story of how a group of imprisoned boys won their freedom, found justice, and survived one of the darkest and least-known episodes of American history.

...


Carry Me Home: Birmingham, Alabama: The Climactic Battle of the C

Pulitzer Prize for General Non-Fiction 2002

by Diane McWhorter

Now with a new afterword, the Pulitzer Prize-winning dramatic account of the civil rights era’s climactic battle in Birmingham as the movement, led by Martin Luther King, Jr., brought down the institutions...


Culture of Hope: A New Birth of the Classical Spirit

by Frederick Turner

As we approach the new millenium, the moral, intellectual,and spiritual crisis of our time is visible most plainly in the sickness of the arts. The "postmodern" cultural establishment is philosophically empty...


South: A Two-Step Odyssey on the Backroads of the Enchanted Land

by B.C. Hall & C.T. Wood

An anecdotal, rollicking tour through America's most colorful region.

From the Tidewater through Appalachia, down the Blue Ridge country and into the sunbelt, B.C. Hall and C.T. Wood take us through the American...


The Good Fight: A Life in Liberal Politics

by Walter Mondale & David Hage

 Former vice president Walter Mondale makes a passionate, timely argument for American liberalism in this revealing and momentous political memoir.

For more than five decades in public life, Walter Mondale has...


Homeland: An Extraordinary Story of Hope and Survival

by George Obama & Damien Lewis

Homeland is the remarkable memoir of George Obama, President Obama’s Kenyan half brother, who found the inspiration to strive for his goal—to better the lives of his own people—in his elder brother’s...


The Sword of Lincoln: The Army of the Potomac

by Jeffry D. Wert

The Sword of Lincoln is the first authoritative single-volume history of the Army of the Potomac in many years.

From Bull Run to Gettysburg to Appomattox, the Army of the Potomac repeatedly fought -- and eventually...


A Nightmare's Prayer: A Marine Harrier Pilot's War in Afghanistan

by Michael Franzak

Winner of the 2012 Colby Award and the first Afghanistan memoir ever to be written by a Marine Harrier pilot, A Nightmare’s Prayer portrays the realities of war in the twenty-first century, taking a unique...


White House Ghosts: Presidents and Their Speechwriters

by Robert Schlesinger

In White House Ghosts, veteran Washington reporter Robert Schlesinger opens a fresh and revealing window on the modern presidency from FDR to George W. Bush. This is the first book to examine a crucial and often...


The Attack on the Liberty: The Untold Story of Israel's Deadly 1967 Assault on a U.S. Spy Ship

by James Scott

The definitive account of the infamous 1967 attack on the USS Liberty by Israeli forces and the continuing controversy over what really happened.

• Notorious incident: In 1967, Israeli fighter jets and torpedo...


In Search of the Old Ones

by David Roberts

The Anasazi, ancestors of the Pueblo people, inhabited the Southwest for at least 5,000 years. David Roberts' extensive interviews and back country travels create a richly detailed portrait of an enigmatic people...


Justice on the Grass: Three Rwandan Journalists, Their Trial for War Crimes and a Nation's Quest for Redemption

by Dina Temple-Raston

The 1994 Rwandan genocide, in which more than 800,000 Tutsi and moderate Hutu were massacred in just 100 days, was an unparalleled modern-day slaughter. How does a nation pick up the pieces after the killing...