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Farther Away

by Jonathan Franzen

Jonathan Franzen’s Freedom was the runaway most-discussed novel of 2010, an ambitious and searching engagement with life in America in the twenty-first century. In The New York Times Book Review, Sam Tanenhaus...


A Good Man

by Mark Shriver

In this intimate portrait of an extraordinary father-son relationship, Mark K. Shriver discovers the moral principles that guided his legendary father and applies them to his own life

When Sargent "Sarge" Shriver—founder...


Business Continuity Management: Building an Effective Incident Management Plan

by Michael Blyth

Praise for Business Continuity Management: Building an Effective Incident Management Plan

"In Business Continuity Management, Blyth has once again produced a comprehensive guide to the subject. Whether a multinational...


Atlantic Fever

by Joe Jackson

For five weeks—from April 14 to May 21, 1927—the world held its breath while fourteen aviators took to the air to capture the $25,000 prize that Raymond Orteig offered to the first man to cross the Atlantic...


The Indie Band Survival Guide

by Randy Chertkow & Jason Feehan

The Indie Band Survival Guide (2008 edition) is a tremendous resource for musicians looking to record, distribute, market, and sell their music for less than most rock stars spend on green M&M's. Musicians and...


No More Heroes

by Richard A. Gabriel

No More Heroes is an in depth exploration of madness and psychiatry in war.


Julius Caesar: Lessons in Leadership from the Great Conqueror

by Bill Yenne & Wesley K. Clark

No ancient ruler inspired more legends than Julius Caesar. Under his leadership, Rome conquered territory throughout Europe and the Mediterranean, reaching the North Sea and conducting the first Roman invasion...


Rudeness and Civility

by John F. Kasson

With keen insight and subtle humor, John F. Kasson explores the history and politics of etiquette from America's colonial times through the nineteenth century. He describes the transformation of our notion of...


The Patagonian Hare

by Claude Lanzmann, Frank Wynne & John Gaffney

“Even if I lived a hundred lives, I still wouldn’t be exhausted.” These words capture the intensity of the experiences of Claude Lanzmann, a man whose acts have always been a negation of resignation: a...


Desert America

by Rubén Martínez

A brilliantly illuminating portrait of the twenty-first-century West—a book as vast, diverse, and unexpected as the land and the people, from one of our foremost chroniclers of migration

The economic boom—and...


The Queen Mother

by Colin Campbell & Lady Colin Campbell

Packed with stunning revelations, this is the inside story of The Queen Mother from the New York Times bestselling author who first revealed the truth about Princess Diana

Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother has...


Rao's On the Grill

by Frank Pellegrino, Jr.

World renowned Rao's restaurant now takes on barbecuing with a new cookbook that gets you out of the kitchen and onto the patioThe Pellegrino family knows what America wants to eat—and in Rao’s On The Grill...


Sweet and Low

by Rich Cohen

Sweet and Low is the amazing, bittersweet, hilarious story of an American family and its patriarch, a short-order cook named Ben Eisenstadt who, in the years after World War II, invented the sugar packet and...


Simple Cooking

by John Thorne

John Thorne's classic first collection is filled with straightforward eating, home cooking, vigorous opinions, and the gracefully intelligent writing that makes him a cult favorite of people who like to think...


Outlaw Cook

by John Thorne & Matt Lewis Thorne

In essays ranging from his earliest cooking lessons in a cold-water walk-up apartment on New York's Lower East Side to opinions both admiring and acerbic on the food writers of the past ten years, John Thorne...


Admiral Nimitz

by Brayton Harris

Chester Nimitz was an admiral’s Admiral, considered by many to be the greatest naval leader of the last century. After the attack on Pearl Harbor, Nimitz assembled the forces, selected the leaders, and - as...


Beyond the Wall

by Edward Abbey

In this wise and lyrical book about landscapes of the desert and the mind, Edward Abbey guides us beyond the wall of the city and asphalt belting of superhighways to special pockets of wilderness that stretch...


iDisorder

by Larry D. Rosen, Ph.D.

iDisorder: changes to your brain's ability to process information and your ability to relate to the world due to your daily use of media and technology resulting in signs and symptoms of psychological disorders...


The Jack Ryan Agenda

by William Terdoslavich

Who is Jack Ryan?

Lowly analyst, James Bondian secret agent, President of the United States?

All of the above?

Or is he just Tom Clancy's mouthpiece for what is right and wrong with politics and policy today?

What...


Mouth Wide Open

by John Thorne & Matt Lewis Thorne

Ever since his first book, Simple Cooking, and its acclaimed successors, Outlaw Cook, Serious Pig, and Pot on the Fire, John Thorne has been hailed as one of the most provocative, passionate, and accessible...