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Good Morning, Mr. Mandela: A Memoir

by Zelda la Grange

“In Good Morning, Mr. Mandela, Zelda la Grange recounts her remarkable life at the right hand of the man we both knew and loved. It's a tribute to both of them—to Madiba's eye for talent and his capacity...


Going Somewhere: A Bicycle Journey Across America

by Brian Benson

Brian has a million vague life plans but zero sense of direction. So when he meets Rachel, a self-possessed woman who daydreams of bicycling across the States, he decides to follow her wherever she'll take him....


Redeeming the Dream: The Case for Marriage Equality

by Theodore B Olson & David Boies

More information to be announced soon on this forthcoming title from Penguin USA.


Forsaking Home

by A. American

***NATIONAL BESTSELLER***

Book 4 of The Survivalist Series

They survived the collapse, but can they survive the aftermath?

Morgan Carter has weathered the weeks after the collapse of the nation’s power grid,...


Denali's Howl: The Deadliest Climbing Disaster on America's Wildest Peak

by Andy Hall

In the summer of 1967, twelve young men ascended Alaska’s Mount McKinley—known to the locals as Denali. Engulfed by a once-in-alifetime blizzard, only five made it back down.

 

Andy Hall, a journalist and...


e: A Novel

by Matt Beaumont

Carla Browne-1/5/00, 3:05 pm

to: All Departments

re: I'm leaving now . . . but before I go there are some things you should know...!!!! Set in a London ad agency desperate to land a coveted big account, e follows...


Yours for Eternity: A Love Story on Death Row

by Damien Echols & Lorri Davis

From one of the greatest legal injustices of our time sprang one of the most unlikely—and unforgettable—love stories. Damien Echols was just eighteen years old when he was condemned to death for a crime...


The Last Magazine: A Novel

by Michael Hastings

“The funniest, most savage takedown of the American news media since Fear and Loathing: On the CampaignTrail ’72.”—The Washington Post

Michael Hastings’ untimely death at the age of thirty-three rocked...


Shirley: A Novel

by Susan Scarf Merrell

Two imposing literary figures are at the center of this captivating novel: the celebrated Shirley Jackson, best known for her short story “The Lottery,” and her husband, Stanley Edgar Hyman, a literary critic...


Sorrow Bound

DS Aector McAvoy #3

by David Mark

It’s a sweltering summer in Hull: gray storm clouds gather ominously over this small English city, yet refuse to break. Detective Sergeant Aector McAvoy and the rest of the Serious and Organized Crime Unit...


Tiger, Meet My Sister...: And Other Things I Probably Shouldn't Have Said

by Rick Reilly

Rick Reilly has been called “one of the funni­est humans on the planet—an indescribable amalgam of Dave Barry, Jim Murray, and Lewis Grizzard, with the timing of Jay Leno and the wit of Johnny Carson”...


Sanctuary: A Postapocalyptic Novel

The New World Series #3

by G. Michael Hopf

Book 3 of the New World Series

Surviving the attack proved to be more than they could have imagined…

 

Months after a super-EMP attack devastated the United States, the country is now unrecognizable. Major cities...


Goodnight June: A Novel

by Sarah Jio

The New York Times bestselling author of Blackberry Winter imagines the inspiration for Goodnight Moon

Goodnight Moon by Margaret Wise Brown (Goodnight Songs) is an adored childhood classic, but its real origins...


Will Not Attend: Lively Stories of Detachment and Isolation

by Adam Resnick

Adam Resnick, an Emmy Award-winning writer for NBC’s Late Night with David Letterman, has spent his entire life trying to avoid interaction with people. While courageously admitting to being “euphorically...


Getting Unstuck: Break Free of the Plateau Effect

by Hugh Thompson & Bob Sullivan

Just try harder.

Just work harder. Just do more.

But what happens when working harder doesn’t seem to be getting you better results? You’ve got to get unstuck. 

In Getting Unstuck, Bob Sullivan and Hugh Thompson...


What Has Become of You

by Jan Elizabeth Watson

What Has Become of You asks: What if a teacher’s most promising pupil is also her most dangerous?

 

Aspiring writer Vera Lundy hasn’t entirely overcome her own adolescence when she agrees to teach at a tiny...


The Big Tiny: A Built-It-Myself Memoir

by Dee Williams

Dee Williams’s life changed in an instant, with a near-death experience in the aisle of her local grocery store. Diagnosed with a heart condition at age forty-one, she was all too suddenly reminded that life...


I Can Hear You Whisper: An Intimate Journey through the Science of Sound and Language

by Lydia Denworth

“A skilled science translator, Denworth makes decibels, teslas and brain plasticity understandable to all.”  —Washington Post

 

Lydia Denworth’s third son, Alex, was nearly two when he was identified...


Shining Star: Braving the Elements of Earth, Wind & Fire

by Philip Bailey, Keith Zimmerman & Kent Zimmerman

Earth, Wind & Fire has sold some ninety million records and won eight Grammy awards. But while its charismatic founder, Maurice White, and Philip Bailey, one of popular music’s greatest voices, are remarkable...


Worst. Person. Ever.

by Douglas Coupland

Raymond Gunt likes to think of himself as a pretty decent guy—he believes in karma, and helping his fellow man, and all that other good stuff. Sure, he can be foulmouthed, occasionally misogynistic, and can...