The Pro Football Hall of Famer and Super Bowl-winning coach traces his five decades in football, discussing such topics as his controversial methods, work with NFL teams, and relationships with such players as Lawrence Taylor and Curtis Martin.
Pamela Smith presents Laura Ingalls Wilder's unedited, and unpublished, draft of her autobiography that was written for an adult audience and eventually served as the foundation for her popular Little House on the Prairie series.
In a collection of essays, the author describes how she started her literary career while living in a dirty communal house in San Francisco, partied with drugs and alcohol, dated men and women simultaneously and worked a series of dead-end jobs. Original.
The author describes her journey visiting Zen priests and performing rituals after the death of her Japanese grandfather and her American father and her inability to bury them at her family's Buddhist temple near the Fukushima disaster site.
Fatherland is Nina Bunjevac's graphic memoir of her father, a hard-line Serbian nationalist, who was forced to emigrate to Canada in the 1950s.
The rap musician and poet presents an honest and inspirational memoir in which he draws on his painful past of being abandoned by his father and growing up on Chicago's South Side to show what it takes to deal with one's emotions.
Mike Huckabee, New York Times bestselling author, 2008 presidential candidate and host of his own television and radio shows looks at American life, culture, politics and ideals.
A man who was viciously bullied at an English boarding school when he was 10 describes his grown-up quest for revenge when he discovers that his tormentor was recently released from prison for his role in an illegal scheme. By the best-selling author of A Case of Curiosities. 40,000 first printing.
The diary of a still-imprisoned Guantanamo detainee traces the events that led to his imprisonment, his firsthand experiences and his ongoing incarceration in spite of a federal judge's order for his release.
An expansive yet intimate memoir of modern Jewish identity, following the diaspora of the author's own family to assay the impact of memory, displacement and disquiet. His emotionally lucid prose relives the anomie of European Jews after the Holocaust, following their journey from Lithuania to South Africa, England, the United States and Israel. This tale of remembrance and repression, suicide, resilience, moral ambivalence and uneasily evolving loyalties (religious, ethnic, national) both tells an unflinching personal story and contributes an important chapter to the ongoing narrative of Jewish life.
The author of Don't Let's Go to the Dogs Tonight traces her post-divorce confrontation of an upbringing in Africa that was overshadowed by the Rhodesian wars, her complicated parents and her courtship with her ex-husband.