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The Burn Zone: A Memoir
by Renee Linnell
published by She Writes Press

After seven years of faithfully following her spiritual teacher, Renee Linnell finally realized she was in a cult and had been severely brainwashed. But how did that happen to someone like her? She had graduated magna cum laude with a double degree. She had traveled to nearly fifty countries alone before she turned thirty-five...

Becoming Starlight
by Sharon Prentice
published by Waterside Press

The Shared Death Experience (SDE). Most people know of or know someone who has experienced a Near Death Experience (NDE), but very few have heard of the SDE. The SDE is similar to the NDE except that it occurs not to the person who is dying, but to their loved one who is physically well. That person could be sitting right next to their loved one, or sitting across the room, or even across the globe unaware of the impending death of someone they love.

Take Off Your Shoes
by Ben Feder
published by Radius Book Group

Take Off Your Shoes invites the reader on a journey of self-(re)discovery. A hard-charging, successful, financial wheeler-dealer, and corporate CEO, the author discovers at the pinnacle of his career that he may be losing the very things that drive him to be top dog in business. He risks his career to find personal fulfillment and rebuild family relationships before he loses them forever.

An Outlaw Makes It Home: The Awakening of a Spiritual Revolutionary
by Eli Jaxon-Bear
published by New Morning Books

Can drugs, sex and revolution lead to lasting fulfillment and love? This memoir by Eli Jaxon-Bear, framed as a teaching story, using Joseph Campbell's model of the hero journey, answers this question in an exciting, funny and deeply personal memoir.

It's Not Yet Dark: A Memoir
by Simon Fitzmaurice
published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

In 2008, Simon Fitzmaurice was diagnosed with Motor Neurone Disease (also known as ALS). He was given four years to live. In 2010, in a state of lung-function collapse, Simon knew with crystal clarity that now was not his time to die. Against all prevailing medical opinion, he chose to ventilate in order to stay alive.

Living with a SEAL: 31 Days Training with the Toughest Man on the Planet
by Jesse Itzler
published by Center Street

When Jesse felt himself drifting on autopilot, he hired a rather unconventional trainer to live with him for a month-an accomplished Navy SEAL widely considered to be "the toughest man on the planet"! At turns hilarious and inspiring, Living with a SEAL ultimately shows you the benefits of stepping out of your comfort zone.

Alex's Wake: The Tragic Voyage of the St. Louis to Flee Nazi Germany -- and a Grandson's Journey of Love and Remembrance
by Martin Goldsmith
published by Da Capo Press

Alex’s grandson, Martin Goldsmith, followed in his relatives’ footsteps on a six-week journey of remembrance and hope, an irrational quest to reverse their fate and bring himself peace.

While the Gods Were Sleeping: A Journey Through Love and Rebellion in Nepal
by Elizabeth Enslin
published by Seal Press

Chronicling her personal quest for belonging in a foreign place, Enslin shares fascinating insights into the history, culture, and politics of this little understood corner of the world. Building on 25 years of family relationships and anthropological research, it reveals a compelling story of love, pregnancy, self-doubt, and prejudice in Nepal.

Ethel Merman, Mother Teresa...and Me: My Improbable Journey from Châteaux in France to the Slums of Calcutta
by Tony Cointreau
published by Prospecta Press

Tony Cointreau is an heir of the French liqueur family. His voice took him to the stage, and his heart took him to Calcutta. After a successful international singing career and several years on the Cointreau board of directors, he felt a need for something more meaningful in his life.

Songs of Three Islands: A Memoir: A Personal Tale of Motherhood and Mental Illness in an Iconic American Family
by Millicent Monks
published by Prospecta Press

Songs of Three Islands is a stunning memoir about the wealthy Carnegie family’s struggle with mental illness, combined with a beautifully evoked meditation on motherhood.

Embrace the Chaos: How India Taught Me to Stop Overthinking and Start Living
by Bob Miglani
published by Berrett-Koehler Publishers

An accomplished Fortune 50 executive translates for a western audience the lessons he learned from the land of his birth, India. Bob Miglani was stressed out, burnt out, and stuck until he rediscovered the enduring lessons of his childhood: celebrate impermanence, serve others, and move forward no matter what.

Welcome Home, Mama and Boris: How a Sister's Love Saved a Fallen Soldier's Beloved Dogs
by Carey Neesley with Michael Levin
published by Reader's Digest

A fallen soldier, a grieving sister, two strays, and one question: How to extract the dogs from a war zone and bring them safely to a new home in the US? Part memoir, part suspense story, this book draws readers into the turmoil of a sister struggling to accept her brother's death and finding solace in rescuing animals he had befriended on the streets of Baghdad.

It's Only Temporary: The Good News and the Bad News of Being Alive
by Evan Handler
published by Argo-Navis

What if you were supposed to die, but you didn’t? And what if, years later, your precious second chance didn’t turn out anything like you thought it would? That’s the journey Evan Handler experiences, and the one he explores in It’s Only Temporary: The Good News and the Bad News of Being Alive

Time on Fire: My Comedy of Terrors
by Evan Handler
published by Argo-Navis

Time on Fire is a remarkable memoir of illness and survival, love and hope -- shot through with anger, humor, and piercing eloquence. It is the story of Handler's passage into a twilight world: a place of lonely, haunting despair lit by moments of exultation and hilarity; a world where the truly horrible and the hysterically funny not only coexist but seem to become the same thing.

Diary of a Stage Mother's Daughter
by Melissa Francis
published by Weinstein Books

The Glass Castle meets The Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother in this dazzlingly honest and provocative family memoir by former child actress and current Fox Business Network anchor Melissa Francis. A fascinating account of life as a child star in the 1980’s, and also a startling tale of a family under the care of a highly neurotic, dangerously competitive “tiger mother.”

Saving Each Other: A Mother-Daughter Love Story
by Victoria Jackson and Ali Guthy
published by Vanguard Press

Victoria and Ali narrate their very different journeys of coming to terms with the lack of control that neither mother nor daughter have over NMO, and their efforts to take their fight to a global level. Bringing their story to light with raw emotion, humor, warmth, and refreshing candor, Saving Each Other is the extraordinary journey of a mother and daughter who demonstrate how the power of love can transcend our greatest fears, while at the same time battling to find a cure for the incurable.

Truth Be Told: Off the Record about Favorite Guests, Memorable Moments, Funniest Jokes, and a Half Century of Asking Questions
by Larry King
published by Weinstein Books

Now in paperback, a behind the scenes look at the people that veteran broadcaster and bestselling author Larry King has met and befriended throughout his magnificent 25-year broadcasting career at CNN, as he prepares to sign off, as well as an honest look at Larry’s own life behind the recent headlines.

Infamous Players: A Tale of Movies, the Mob (and Sex)
by Peter Bart
published by Weinstein Books

In his compulsively readable memoir, Peter Bart, longtime editor-in-chief of Variety, reveals the on-set and back lot details behind some of the most iconic films of the '60s and '70s, when his own whirlwind journey brought him to the forefront of a Hollywood revolution.

Asylum: Hollywood Tales from My Great Depression: Brain Dis-Ease, Recovery, and Being My Mother's Son
by Joe Pantoliano
published by Weinstein Books

Interweaving personal experience with informative discourse, Joe Pantoliano creates a highly relevant and honest memoir of everything that led to his eventual awareness, diagnosis and recovery, public activism and advocacy. His story will resonate with sufferers of brain dis-ease, enlighten anyone who aspires to join Hollywood, and entertain all who have admired his career.

Recipes for Life: My Memories
by Linda Evans
published by Vanguard Press

In Recipes for Life, Linda opens up her heart, her past, and her kitchen. She shares a revealing assortment of anecdotes (magical moments mised with painful ones), photographs, and recipes enjoyed by Linda and those near and dear to her. Complete with over 40 recipes from a variety of places.

An Unquenchable Thirst: Following Mother Teresa in Search of Love, Service, and an Authentic Life
by Mary Johnson
published by Spiegel & Grau

Provocative, profound, and emotionally charged, An Unquenchable Thirst presents a rare, privileged view of Mother Teresa. An unforgettable spiritual autobiography about a search for meaning that begins alongside one of the great religious icons of our time and ends with a return to the secular world. It is a unique and magnificent memoir of self-discovery.

Where's My Wand?: One Boy's Magical Triumph Over Alienation and Shag Carpeting
by Eric Poole
published by Berkley Trade

First-time author Eric Poole joins the ranks of Augusten Burroughs, David Sedaris, and David Rakoff with his chronicle of a childhood gone hilariously and heartbreakingly awry in the Midwest of the 1970s.

Take Good Care of the Garden and the Dogs: A True Story of Bad Breaks and Small Miracles
by Heather Lende
published by Algonquin Books

Lende's irrepressible spirit, her wry humor, and her commitment to living a life on the edge of the world resonate on every page. And her writing, so honest and unadorned, offers profound lessons to live by.

Falling Apart In One Piece: One Optimist's Journey Through the Hell of Divorce
by Stacy Morrison
published by Simon & Schuster

The emotionally charged story of a divorce that brought the surprising gift of grace
Just when Stacy Morrison thought everything in her life had come together, her husband of ten years announced that he wanted a divorce.

Inconceivable: A Medical Mistake, the Baby We Couldn't Keep, and Our Choice to Deliver the Ultimate Gift
by Carolyn & Sean Savage
published by Harper

A medical mistake during an IVF procedure. An unthinkable situation . . . you’re pregnant with the wrong baby. You can't terminate, but you can’t keep him. What choice would you make?

Little Princes: One Man's Promise to Bring Home the Lost Children of Nepal
by Conor Grennan
published by William Morrow

In search of adventure, 29-year-old Conor Grennan traded his day job for a year-long trip around the globe, a journey that began with a three-month stint volunteering at the Little Princes Children's Home, an orphanage in war-torn Nepal.

Pitch Uncertain: A Mid-Century Middle Daughter Finds Her Voice
by Maisie Houghton
published by TidePool Press

Touching and incisive, Pitch Uncertain is a beautifully drawn account of Maisie Houghton's struggle to find her own voice as the middle child of two parents whose marriage and lives she slowly decoded as she came of age in the 1950s.

Into My Father's Wake
by Eric Best
published by Createspace

A solo sailing odyssey and journey of personal discovery in which the author, a former journalist and Wall street strategist, comes to terms with his dead father and learns the meaning of forgiveness.

Changing Shoes: Getting Older - Not Old - with Style, Humor, and Grace
by Tina Sloan
published by Gotham Books

You might be wondering what a soap opera actress, dispatched from the land of outrageous and hilarious plots, has to say about a difficult, painful, and emotional real-life issue like aging.

Bending Toward the Sun: A Mother and Daughter Memoir
by Leslie Gilbert-Lurie
published by Harper Perenial

A miraculous lesson in courage and recovery, Bending Toward the Sun tells the story of a unique family bond forged in the wake of brutal terror. Weaving together the voices of three generations of women, Leslie Gilbert-Lurie and her mother, Rita Lurie, provide powerful -- and inspiring -- evidence of the resilience of the human spirit, relevant to every culture in every corner of the world. By turns unimaginably devastating and incredibly uplifting, this firsthand account of survival and psychological healing offers a strong, poignant message of hope in our own uncertain times.

The Power of Half: One Family's Decision to Stop Taking and Start Giving Back
by Kevin Salwen and Hannah Salwen
published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

It all started when 14-year old Hannah Salwen, idealistic but troubled by a growing sense of injustice in the world, had a eureka moment when a homeless man in her neighborhood was juxtaposed against a glistening Mercedes coupe. "You know, Dad,” she said, pointing, “If that man had a less nice car, that man there could have a meal.”

Angel of Death Row: My Life as a Death Penalty Defense Lawyer
by Andrea Lyon
published by Kaplan Publishing

Dubbed the "Angel of Death Row" by the Chicago Tribune, Lyon was the first woman to serve as lead attorney in a death penalty case. Throughout her career, she has defended those accused of heinous acts and argued that, no matter their guilt or innocence, they deserved a chance at redemption.

The Sugarless Plum
by Zippora Karz
published by Harlequin

It was the stuff dreams are made of until, at age twenty-one, Karz became exhausted, dizzy and excessively thirsty. When she finally went to the doctor, she was diagnosed with diabetes, and learned that if she continued to ignore her symptoms, she risked heart disease, stroke, kidney failure, blindness and amputation of her toes, feet and legs.

Children of Dust: A Memoir of Pakistan
by Ali Eteraz
published by HarperOne

Children of Dust is an extraordinary adventure that reveals the diversity of Islamic beliefs, the vastness of the Pakistani diaspora, and the very human search for home. It is a spellbinding portrayal of a life that few Americans can imagine.

Bending Toward the Sun: A Mother and Daughter Memoir
by Leslie Gilbert-Lurie
published by Harper

The story of a unique family bond forged in the wake of brutal terror. Weaving together the voices of three generations of women, Leslie Gilbert-Lurie and her mother, Rita Lurie, provide powerful—and inspiring—evidence of the resilience of the human spirit, relevant to every culture in every corner of the world.

Annie's Ghosts: A Journey Into a Family Secret
by Steve Luxenberg
published by Hyperion

Beth Luxenberg was an only child. Everyone knew it: her grown children, her friends, even people she'd only recently met. So when her secret emerged, her son Steve Luxenberg was bewildered. He was certain that his mother had no siblings, just as he knew that her name was Beth, and that she had raised her children, above all, to tell the truth.

Either You're In Or You're In the Way: Two Brothers, Twelve Months, and One Filmmaking Hell-Ride to a First Feature
by Logan Miller and Noah Miller
published by Collins

When identical twin brothers Logan and Noah Miller's homeless father died alone in a jail cell, they vowed come hell or high water that their film, Touching Home, would be made as a dedication to their love for him.

Who Do You Think You Are?: A Memoir
by Alyse Myers
published by Touchstone/Simon&Schuster

After her mother's death, Alyse Myers covets only one thing: a wooden box that sits in the back of a closet. Its contents have been kept from her for her entire life. When she was thirteen years old her mother promised she could have the box, "when I'm dead. In fact, it'll be my present to you."

The Midwife: A Memoir of Birth, Joy and Hard Times
by Jennifer Worth
published by Penguin

An unforgettable story of motherhood, the bravery of a community, and the strength of remarkable and inspiring women. Beautifully written and utterly moving, The Midwife will touch the hearts of anyone who is, and everyone who has, a mother.

Cosmic Connection: Messages for a Better World
by Carole Lynne
published by Weiser Books

The future of our world depends on our ability to evolve in a positive way: to let go of our egos, to realize that we are not separate beings, and to evolve to a consciousness that finds poverty, pollution, and war unthinkable. The future of our world depends on knowing we are all One.

Finding Grace: A True Story About Losing Your Way In Life...And Finding It Again
by Donna VanLiere
published by St. Martin's Press

Finding Grace is the powerful, often humorous, and deeply moving story of one woman’s journey of broken dreams. It is the story of how a painful legacy of the past is confronted and met with peace.

When You Lie About Your Age, the Terrorists Win: Reflections on Looking in the Mirror
by Carol Leifer
published by Villard

Stand-up comic and comedy writer Carol Leifer faced a critical dilemma and had only two options: either continue sharing her greatest childhood memory (seeing the Beatles at Shea Stadium in 1966) or lie about her age.

The Blue Sweater: Bridging the Gap Between Rich and Poor in an Interconnected World
by Jacqueline Novogratz
published by Rodale

The Blue Sweater is the inspiring story of a woman who left a career in international banking to spend her life on a quest to understand global poverty and find powerful new ways of tackling it.

Rich Brother, Rich Sister: Two Different Paths to God, Money, and Happiness
by Robert T. Kiyosaki
published by Vanguard Press

Two lives, together, then apart, then together again, as a brother and a sister discover the riches of life. Rich Brother, Rich Sister combines the inspirational true life stories of Robert Kiyosaki and his sister Emi into one book that will reaffirm your belief in the power of purpose, the importance of action, and the ability to overcome all obstacles in a quest for wealth, both financial and spiritual.

Walking Through Walls: A Memoir
by Phillip Smith
published by Atria

Walking Through Walls is Philip Smith's astonishing memoir of growing up in a household where seances, talking spirits, and exorcisms were daily occurrences, and inexplicable psychic healings resulted in visitors suddenly discarding their crutches and wheelchairs or being cured of fatal diseases.

Hurry Down Sunshine: A Memoir
by Michael Greenberg
published by Other Press

Hurry Down Sunshine tells the story of the extraordinary summer when, at the age of fifteen, Michael Greenberg's daughter was struck mad. It begins with Sally's sudden visionary crack-up on the streets of Greenwich Village, and continues, among other places, in the out-of-time world of a Manhattan psychiatric ward during the city's most sweltering months.

50/50: Secrets I Learned Running 50 Marathons in 50 Days-and How You Too Can Achieve Super Endurance!
by Dean Karnazes
published by Hachette

In the Fall of 2006, Dean Karnazes, known as the "Lance Armstrong of the running world," took on the ultimate challenge: running 50 marathons in 50 states in 50 consecutive days. Dean set off in a caravan packed with fellow runners, with nothing more than a roadmap and a determination that defied all physical limitations.

Wife in the North
by Judith O'Reilly
published by PublicAffairs

Far from home, Judith, a journalist and mother of three young children, discovers just how tough an assignment making a new life is. In the heart of the country, with no decent coffee in sight, Judith swaps high heels for rubber boots and media-darlings for evangelical strangers and farmers’ wives, in an effort to do that simple thing that women do—make hers a happy family.

Home Girl: Building a Dream House on a Lawless Block
by Judith Matloff
published by Random House

After twenty years as a foreign correspondent in tumultuous locales including Rwanda, Chechnya, and Sudan, Judith Matloff is ready to put down roots and start a family. She leaves Moscow and returns to her native New York City to house-hunt for the perfect spot while her Dutch husband, John, stays behind in Russia with their dog to pack up their belongings.

Walking the Rainbow: An Arc to Triumph
by Richard Rene Silvin
published by Whitmore Publishing

Walking the Rainbow: An Arc to Triumph shares with readers Silvin's battles, both won and lost, on the pathway to understanding and struggling with the war against the deadly HIV virus. As a testament to his incredible will, Silvin has thus far proven to reign victorious over this most lethal of foes. Rather than allow his personal tragedies and devastating heartbreak of the loss of two partners to the deadly virus to consume his life, Silvin has striven back onto the field of battle and participates in considerable good works in the area of international HIV research as well as helping needy infected individuals.

In An Instant: A Family's Journey of Love and Healing
by Lee and Bob Woodruff
published by Random House

In January 2006, Lee and Bob Woodruff seemed to have it all -- a happy marriage, four beautiful children, and marvelous careers. Bob had just been named co-anchor of ABC's World News Tonight, but then, while he was embedded with the military in Iraq, an improvised explosive device went off near the tank he was riding in.

Things I Overheard While Talking to Myself
by Alan Alda
published by Random House

On the heels of his acclaimed memoir, Never Have Your Dog Stuffed, beloved actor and bestselling author Alan Alda has written Things I Overheard While Talking to Myself, an insightful and funny look at some of the impossible questions he's asked himself over the years: What do I value? What, exactly, is the good life? (And what does that even mean?)

Broken: My Story of Addiction and Redemption
by William Cope Moyers with Katherine Ketcham
published by Penguin

One evening in 1994, William Cope Moyers was lying flat on his back on the floor of an Atlanta crack house at the end of a four-day cocaine binge while his father, veteran journalist Bill Moyers, frantically searched for him. In this haunting memoir, William shares the incredible and harrowing story of how he got from there to where he is today.

Hungry Hill: A Memoir
by Carole O'Malley Gaunt
published by Univ. Of Mass Press

On a sweltering June night in 1959, Betty O'Malley died from lymphatic cancer, leaving behind an alcoholic husband and eight shell-shocked children -- seven sons and one daughter, ranging in age from two to fifteen years.

A Star Is Found: Our Adventures Casting Some of Hollywood's Biggest Movies
by Janet Hirshenson and Jane Jenkins with Rachel Kranz
published by Harcourt

For anyone who's ever wondered how the Princess Bride ended up with an English accent or what Julia Roberts wore to the audition for her first major role -- or for anyone who's ever walked out of a movie saying "I would never have put that guy in that part" -- here is a first-of-its-kind look at how actors are chosen and careers are born.

SailingActs: Following an Ancient Voyage
by Linford Stutzman
published by Good Books

Seafaring isn't for the faint of heart. It wasn't for the Apostle Paul in the first century A.D.-- shipwrecked, imprisoned, and often a stranger in foreign lands. And it turned out to be a heart-stopping task some 2,000 years later when Linford Stutzman, a religion professor, and his wife undertook a 14-month journey by sailboat.

Saving Graces: Finding Solace and Strength from Friends and Strangers
by Elizabeth Edwards
published by Broadway

Elizabeth Edwards shares her experiences in Saving Graces, an incandescent memoir of her trials, tragedies, and triumphs, and of how various communities celebrated her joys and lent her steady strength and quiet hope in darker times.

Peace Mom: A Mother's Journey Through Heatrache to Activism
by Cindy Sheehan
published by Atria

On April 4, 2004, Cindy Sheehan learned that Casey, the eldest of her four children, had been killed in Iraq, where he was serving in the United States Army. After struggling through crippling grief for three weeks, she came to an epiphany: "I will spend my life trying to make Casey's sacrifice count for peace and love, not killing and hate."

Uncivilized Beasts and Shameless Hellions: Travels with an NPR Correspondent
by John F. Burnett
published by Rodale

As a radio journalist whose work appears regularly on Morning Edition and All Things Considered, John F. Burnett has reported from the Branch Davidian standoff in Waco and the Kosovo conflict; covered the guerilla wars in Central America; ridden with US marines during the invasion of Iraq; and reported from the flooded streets of New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina and from New York City, Pakistan, and Afghanistan in the weeks and months following 9/11.

My Life as a Furry Red Monster: What Being Elmo Has Taught Me About Life, Love, and Laughing Out Loud
by Kevin Clash with Gary Brozek
published by Broadway

Meet Kevin Clash, the man behind the Muppet and the unassuming heart and soul of Elmo. At last, the puppeteer who has performed Elmo for nearly twenty years comes out from behind the stage to share his story.

The Prince of the Marshes: And Other Occupational Hazards of a Year in Iraq
by Rory Stewart
published by Harcourt

In August 2003, at the age of thirty, Rory Stewart took a taxi from Jordan to Baghdad. A Farsi-speaking British diplomat who had recently completed an epic walk from Turkey to Bangladesh, he was soon appointed deputy governor of Amara and then Nasiriyah, provinces in the remote, impoverished marsh regions of southern Iraq.

Sword and Blossom: A British Officer's Enduring Love for a Japanese Woman
by Peter Pagnamenta and Momoko Williams
published by Penguin

This is the true story of an extraordinary love affair that began when a young Army officer fell in love with a Japanese woman in the early years of the twentieth century. An astonishing story of enduring love and great loss, Sword and Blossom is based on a treasure trove of more than eight hundred letters.

The Places in Between
by Rory Stewart
published by Harcourt

In January 2002 Rory Stewart walked across Afghanistan -- surviving by his wits, his knowledge of Persian dialects and Muslim customs, and the kindness of strangers. By day he passed through mountains covered in nine feet of snow, hamlets burned and emptied by the Taliban, and communities thriving amid the remains of medieval civilizations.

Letters to Sam: A Grandfather's Lessons on Love, Loss, and the Gifts of Life
by Daniel Gottlieb
published by Sterling

Although the themes of the letters are universal, they draw from a highly personal well of experience. Dan Gottlieb has been paralyzed from the neck down since a nearly fatal automobile accident twenty-five years ago.

Mexican Days: Journeys Into the Heart of Mexico
by Tony Cohan
published by Broadway

The author of On Mexican Time continues his vibrant encounter with the country by venturing deep into ancient and contemporary Mexico.

A Year in the World: Journeys of a Passionate Traveller
by Frances Mayes
published by Broadway

The author who unforgettably captured the experience of starting a new life in Tuscany in bestselling travel memoirs expands her horizons to immerse herself -- and her readers -- in the sights, aromas, and treasures of twelve new special places.

Money, A Memoir: Women, Emotions, and Cash
by Liz Perle
published by Henry Holt

Long ago, and not entirely consciously, Liz Perle made a quiet contract with cash: She would do what it took to get it -- work hard, marry right -- but she didn't want to have to think about it too much. Ever since she was a young girl, the subject of money had been quietly sidestepped, a shadowy factor whose importance was downplayed and deemed impolite to discuss. This deliberate denial eventually exacted its price, however, when a sudden reversal of fortunes left Perle with no home, no job, a four-year-old, and a box of toys. She realized she could no longer afford to leave her murky and fraught relationship with money unexamined.

The Book of Trouble: A Romance
by Ann Marlowe
published by Harcourt

A sexy, intimate, and fearless account of a shattering love affair between a charismatic Afghan man and a Jewish American woman infatuated with his culture, The Book of Trouble is also a provocative and original exploration of a so-called clash of civilizations.

Tony and Me
by Jack Klugman with Burton Rocks
published by Goodhill Press

The close professional relationship between Jack Klugman and Tony Randall has long been famous. However, the details of their close personal relationship has not been revealed until Tony and Me.

Some Kind of Genius: The Extraordinary Journey of Musical Savant Tony DeBlois
by Janice DeBlois and Antonia Felix
published by Rodale

Born weighing less than two pounds, and with blindness and other physical and developmental challenges to contend with from the start, Tony DeBlois seemed destined for a life of quiet struggle. And yet, long before Tony was diagnosed as autistic at the age of five, his mother, Janice, had vowed to ignore conventional "wisdom" and instead help her son explore his own innate abilities.

Never Have Your Dog Stuffed: And Other Things I've Learned
by Alan Alda
published by Random House

Never Have Your Dog Stuffed, filled with wonder, good humor, and honesty, is the crowning achievement of an actor, author, and director. But surprisingly, it is the story of a life more filled with turbulence and laughter than any Alda has ever played on the stage or screen.

But You Knew That Already!: What a Psychic Can Teach You About Life
by Dougall Fraser
published by Rodale

Whenever fans approach psychic Dougall Fraser, they will inevitably confess some burning secret and then say, "But you knew that already!" Dougall wants us to know that we, too, know much more than we think we know -- that we all have access to a whole range of psychic abilities -- and that he's the one to show us the tricks of the trade.

Hello to All That: A Memoir of War, Zoloft, and Peace
by John Falk
published by Henry Holt

His own chemistry was his worst enemy, and it took John Falk from the wilds of Garden City to sniper-infested Sarajevo during one of the most savage conflicts in recent memory. But through it all, he kept reaching out for the life, love, and friendship that his illness had made impossible.

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