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Again to Carthage: A Novel

by John L Parker & John L. Parker

Again to Carthage is the "breathtaking, pulse-quickening, stunning" sequel to Once a Runner that "will have you standing up and cheering, and pulling on your running shoes" (Chicago Sun-Times). Originally self-published...

Fishing Up North: Stories of Luck and Loss in Alaskan Waters

by Bradford Matsen

This new edition contains new stories and updates from the super heated days when fishing fleets turned king crab into fortunes, to the annual circus of Bristol Bay's monster salmon runs, to the bucolic life...

Snake River Flies: Eighty Years of Proven Patterns for a World Fly Fishing

by Joseph Boots Allen

Third?generation fishing guide Boots Allen shares his wealth of knowledge about fishing the iconic Snake River and the remarkably effective flies developed for the river that are now used by fishermen across...

Exercise and Sport in Feminist Therapy: Constructing Modalities and Assessing Outcomes

by Ruth Hall & Carole Oglesby

Integrate physical activity into feminist therapy!This book explores the healing use of exercise and sport as a helpful adjunct to therapy from several therapeutic orientations within the feminist context. It...

Few and Chosen Yankees: Defining Yankee Greatness Across the Eras

by Phil Pepe, Whitey Ford & Yogi Berra

Whitey Ford, a Hall of Fame pitcher with the Yankees for 16 seasons, gives unique insight and takes on the challenge of selecting the five best players at each position in the franchise's history, which includes...

Fighting Back: The Chris Nilan Story

by Chris Nilan

Chris Nilan, who grew up in the tough and gritty Irish enclave in Boston, was a feared enforcer for the Montreal Canadiens, the Boston Bruins, and the New York Rangers and a Stanley Cup champion never afraid...

Few and Chosen Red Sox: Defining Red Sox Greatness Across the Eras

by Phil Pepe, Johnny Pesky & Carl Yastrzemski

Boston Red Sox icon Johnny Pesky ranks the five best players at each position to ever take the field in this subjective analysis. Featured players include Mo Vaughn, Jimmie Foxx, Ted Williams, Cy Young, Roger...

Few and Chosen Cardinals: Defining Cardinal Greatness Across the Eras

by Phil Pepe, Tim Mccarver & Joe Buck

Part historical catalog, part biography, and part baseball primer for beginners and experts alike, this account lists the arguably best five players at each position by one of the best players in St. Louis history—Tim...

18 Ways to Play a Better 18 Holes: Tips and Techniques from America's Best Club Professionals

by John Steinbreder

Award-winning journalist John Steinbreder calls on elite PGA pros to provide tips on everything from putting to eliminating the slice. Learn driving from Scott Davenport; bunker shots from Bob Ford at Oakmont...

Best Easy Day Hikes Spokane/Coeur d'Alene

by Fred Barstad

Best Easy Day Hikes Spokane/Coeur d’Alene includes concise descriptions and detailed maps for 22 easy-to-follow trails in Washington and Idaho that allow hikers of all levels to enjoy beautiful views, get...

Best Easy Day Hikes South Bay L.A.

by Allen Riedel

Best Easy Day Hikes South Bay L.A. includes concise descriptions and detailed maps for eighteen easy-to-follow hikes in and around southwestern Los Angeles, California, locally known as Southland. From the coast...

Best Easy Day Hikes Seattle

by Allen Cox

Surrounded by water, islands and mountains, Seattle ranks among the most scenic cities in North America. With miles of trails in the city and surrounding area, Seattle hikers can enjoy everything from urban...

Best Easy Day Hikes Santa Barbara

by Bryn Fox

Best Easy Day Hikes Santa Barbara provides concise descriptions and detailed maps of the author’s twenty favorite, easy-to-follow options for hiking in the Santa Barbara area, all within a short drive of town....

Best Easy Day Hikes San Jose

by Tracy Salcedo-Chourre

Best Easy Day Hikes San Jose features concise descriptions and easy-to-follow maps of seventeen easily manageable hikes through the natural wonders and former ranches of San Jose and environs, from the marshes...

The Yankee Way

by Willie Randolph & Wayne Coffey

From a dusty diamond in Brooklyn to the hallowed grounds of Yankee Stadium, Willie Randolph has always loved the game of baseball, and over the course of his storied career, he has amassed a remarkable list...

Embrace the Suck

by Stephen Madden

To be fit, or CrossFit?

Lifelong amateur athlete Stephen Madden decided to put himself to the test. He immersed himself in the culture, diet, and psyche of CrossFit—the fast-growing but controversial fitness...

Few and Chosen Negro Leagues: Defining Negro Leagues Greatness

by Monte Irvin & Phil Pepe

Monte Irvin, a New York Giants star player who got his start in the Negro Leagues, pays homage to baseball's unsung heroes and long-forgotten stars by selecting the top five players at each position and the...

The Sabermetric Revolution: Assessing the Growth of Analytics in Baseball

by Benjamin Baumer & Andrew Zimbalist

The Sabermetric Revolution examines the increasingly widespread use of sabermetrics to evaluate baseball player performance. Along the way, the book corrects common misconceptions about "moneyball" and evaluates...

Who Invented the Bicycle Kick?

by Paul Simpson & Uli Hesse

The ultimate collection of soccer's greatest lore and legends, by two of the world's most knowledgeable soccer journalists

Who Invented the Bicycle Kick? is a rollicking run through 100 years of global soccer...

Ten Years Of Motors And Motor Racing

by Charles Jarrott

“ …When the idea of this book was first suggested to me, although I had no misgivings as to the interest of its subject for myself and those immediately concerned, I had some misgiving as to my ability to...