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Machine Made: Tammany Hall and the Creation of Modern American Politics

by Terry Golway

A major, surprising new history of New York’s most famous political machine—Tammany Hall—revealing, beyond the vice and corruption, a birthplace of progressive urban politics. For decades, history has...


The English is Coming!: How One Language is Sweeping the World

by Leslie Dunton-Downer

English has fast become the number one language for everything from business and science, diplomacy and education, entertainment and environmentalism to socializing and beyond—virtually any human activity...


Tales from the Bed

by Valerie Estess, Jenifer Estess & Katie Couric

Jenifer Estess is a beautiful, successful, thirtysomething New Yorker with dreams of starting her own family when she is diagnosed with ALS, a fatal disease. Doctors tell her to max out her credit cards and...


The Neyer/James Guide to Pitchers: An Historical Compendium of Pitching, Pitchers, and Pitches

by Bill James & Rob Neyer

Pitchers, the pitches they throw, and how they throw them -- these days it's the stuff of constant scrutiny, but there's never been anything like a comprehensive source for such information. That's what preeminent...


The Best Life Guide to Managing Diabetes and Pre-Diabetes

by Bob Greene, M.D., John J Merendino Jr. & M.S., R.D., Janis Jibrin

Bob Greene has helped millions of Americans become fit and healthy with his life-changing Best Life plan. Now, for the first time, Oprah's trusted expert on diet and fitness teams up with a leading endocrinologist...


Smart and Simple Financial Strategies for Busy People

by Jane Bryant Quinn

Are you too busy to pay much attention to your money? Do you worry that maybe you haven't been doing the right things? This book is for you, from Jane Bryant Quinn, the most trusted voice in personal finance...


Green Goes with Everything: Simple Steps to a Healthier Life and a Cleaner Planet

by Sloan Barnett

Imagine if your best friend gave you vital information that could protect you and your family, and save you money, and help the planet. Imagine if you were given clear, simple choices, small changes that could...


On Her Trail: My Mother, Nancy Dickerson, TV News'

by John Dickerson

Before Barbara Walters, before Katie Couric, there was Nancy Dickerson. The first female member of the Washington TV news corps, Nancy was the only woman covering many of the most iconic events of the sixties....


Betrayal of the Spirit: My Life Behind the Headlines of the Hare Krishna Movement

by Nori J Muster & Larry D Shinn

Combining behind-the-scenes views of an often besieged religious group with a personal account of the author's struggle to find meaning in it, Betrayal of the Spirit takes the reader closer than any other source...


The Splendid Things We Planned: A Family Portrait

by Blake Bailey

The renowned biographer’s unforgettable portrait of a family in ruins—his own. Meet the Baileys: Burck, a prosperous lawyer once voted the American Legion’s “Citizen of the Year” in his tiny hometown...


Thermonuclear Monarchy: Choosing Between Democracy and Doom

by Elaine Scarry

From one of our leading social thinkers, a compelling case for the elimination of nuclear weapons. During his impeachment proceedings, Richard Nixon boasted, "I can go into my office and pick up the telephone...


Kitty Genovese: The Murder, the Bystanders, the Crime that Changed America

by Kevin Cook

At last, the true story of a crime that shocked the world. New York City, 1964. A young woman is stabbed to death on her front stoop—a murder the New York Times called “a frozen moment of dramatic, disturbing...


The Whale Warriors: The Battle at the Bottom of the World to Save the Planet's Largest Mammals

by Peter Heller

Author of the New York Times bestselling novel The Dog Stars

For the crew of the eco-pirate ship the Farley Mowat, any day saving a whale is a good day to die. In The Whale Warriors, veteran adventure writer...


Fanfares and Finesse: A Performer's Guide to Trumpet History and Literature

by Elisa Koehler

Unlike the violin, which has flourished largely unchanged for close to four centuries, the trumpet has endured numerous changes in design and social status from the battlefield to the bandstand and ultimately...


The Art of Somatic Coaching: Embodying Skillful Action, Wisdom, and Compassion

by Richard Strozzi-Heckler

The Art of Somatic Coaching introduces the concepts and principles of coaching with practices that include body awareness, bodywork, and mindfulness for both the coach and the client. Author and expert coach,...


Weird Ideas That Work: 11 1/2 Practices for Promoting, Managing, and Sustaining Innovation

by Robert I. Sutton

Creativity, new ideas, innovation -- in any age they are keys to success, but in today's whirlwind economy they are essential for survival itself. Yet, as Robert Sutton explains, the standard rules of business...


Things Will Get as Good as You Can Stand: (. . . When you learn that it is better to receive than to give) The Superwoman's Practical Guide to Getting

by Laura Doyle

Why do the things you want elude you?

Intimacy. Validation. Romance. Nice things. More time. Most women wish for these every day.

In Things Will Get as Good as You Can Stand, bestselling author Laura Doyle...


Innovation Nation: How America Is Losing Its Innovation Edge, Why It Matters, and What We Can Do to Get It Back

by John Kao

Not long ago, Americans could rightfully feel confident in our preeminence in the world economy. The United States set the pace as the world's leading innovator: from the personal computer to the internet, from...


Nana's Kitchen

by Sherrie Hewson

Sherrie Hewson - who was a semi-finalist on Celebrity Masterchef and owned her own restaurant - loves to cook. Her kitchen is a world away from her working life as an actress and presenter, and is where she...


The Double Life of Paul de Man

by Evelyn Barish

A landmark biography that reveals the secret past of one of the most influential academics of the twentieth century. Over thirty years after his death in 1983, Paul de Man, a hugely charismatic intellectual...