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From Kabul to Baghdad and Back: The U.S. at War in Afghanistan and Iraq

by David W. Lamm, John K. Wood & John R. Ballard

From Kabul to Baghdad and Back provides insight into the key strategic decisions of the Afghan and Iraq campaigns as the United States attempted to wage both simultaneously against al-Qaeda and its supporting...


Pirate Alley: Commanding Task Force 151 Off Somalia

by Terry McKnight & Michael Hirsh

Rear Admiral Terry McKnight, USN (Ret.) served as Commander, Counter-Piracy Task Force-Gulf of Aden. He wrote the first draft of the Navy’s handbook on fighting piracy while serving as the initial commander...


Bankrupting the Enemy: The U.S. Financial Siege of Japan Before Pearl Harbor

by Edward S. Miller

Award-winning author Edward S. Miller contends in this new work that the United States forced Japan into international bankruptcy to deter its aggression. While researching newly declassified records of the...


Unflinching Zeal: The Air Battles Over France and Britain, May¿¿¿¿¿¿¿¿¿October 1940

by Robin Higham

Noted aviation historian Robin Higham examines the evolution of the Armée de l’Air and RAF during the interwar period. Although France and England shared a mutual enemy in Germany, the development of the...


Exit the Colonel: The Hidden History of the Libyan Revolution

by Ethan Chorin

The inside story of the decades-long unravelling of the Gaddafi regime, and of the West's role in both empowering his dictatorship and seeding revolution


A Comfortable Range

by Jim McDermott

McDermott describes his struggle to understand his talented, independent English setter at the same time he confronts his innermost fears for the safety of this much-loved gun dog. A Comfortable Range is a powerful,...


America's Got Democracy:: The Making of the World's Longest-Running Reality Show

by Danny Katch

A humorous put passionate look at the criminal silliness of the U.S. political system.


Hi Mom, Send Sheep!: My Life as the Coyote and After

by Tim Derk & David Robinson

At 47, Tim Derk had long been the San Antonio Spur’s crowd-pleasing Coyote and was widely regarded as the NBA’s funniest, most inventive mascot. Then, as the Spurs were headed toward their third championship,...


Saving Each Other: A Mother-Daughter Love Story

by Victoria Jackson & Ali Guthy

On the surface, Victoria Jackson is the American Dream personified: from a troubled childhood and unfinished high school education, she overcame immeasurable odds to create a cosmetics empire valued at more...


We Hope You Like This Song: An Overly Honest Story about Friendship, Death, and Mix Tapes

by Bree Housley

From fourth grade onward, shy, nervous Bree Housley and fearless, outgoing Shelly were an inseparable, albeit unlikely, pair. Their friendship survived everything from the awkward years of junior high to the...


Hot & Heavy: Fierce Fat Girls on Life, Love & Fashion

by Virgie Tovar

In this fun, fresh, fat-positive anthology, fat activist and sex educator Virgie Tovar brings together voices from an often-marginalized community to talk about and celebrate their lives. Hot & Heavy rejects...


The Kosher Baker: Over 160 Dairy-free Recipes from Traditional to Trendy

by Paula Shoyer

This extraordinary bible of kosher baking breathes fresh life into parve desserts and breads


Dancing at the Shame Prom: Sharing the Stories That Kept Us Small

by Amy Ferris & Hollye Dexter

Shame is a powerful thing. It can weigh on your heart and mind, diminish your sense of self-worth, and impact the way you live in the world. But what happens when you share that secret burden?

Amy Ferris, Hollye...


The Girls in 3-B

by Valerie Taylor & Tania Modleski

Three small-town girls move to the big city in this reissue of a classic 1950s pulp.


Occupy Money: Creating an Economy Where Everybody Wins

by Margrit Kennedy

A VISIONARY CASE FOR A NEW MONETARY SYSTEM THAT IS INTEREST-FREE, JUST AND STABLE


The Modern Thai House: Innovative Designs in Tropical Asia

by Robert Powell & Albert Lim KS

[A tremendous body of sophisticated and sensitively designed architectural work has been produced in Thailand in the first decade of the 21st century. The 25 houses in The Modern Thai House illustrate the radical...


Chinese Jade of Five Centuries

by Joan M. Hartman

Chinese Jade of Five Centuries was originally published in print form by Tuttle Publishing in 1969.

In Chinese Jade of Five Centuries, Mrs Hartman provides an encompassing look at one of the minor arts which...


Art Glass Nouveau

by Ray Grover & Lee Grover

Art Glass Nouveau was originally published by Tuttle Publishing in print form in 1967.

NEVER BEFORE has there ever been such a rapid and widespread surge of interest in any field of collecting as there now is...


Talking Lightly: Interviews with Leading Personalities of New Thought

by William Koopman

Talking Lightly was originally published in print form in 1994.

Talking Lightly features interviews with twelve prominent personalities of new thought - figures who have helped define the New Age Movement. Author...


Japanese and Oriental Ceramics

by Hazel H. Gorhan

Japanese and Oriental Ceramics was first published in print form by Tuttle Publishing in 1971.

This comprehensive and profusely illustrated work tells how to distinguish Japanese porcelains from Chinese, and...