Helen Macdonald - Biography & Autobiography - 2015 - 288 pages
Heart-wrenching and humorous, this book is an unflinching account of bereavement and a unique look at the magnetism of an extraordinary beast, with a parallel examination of a legendary writer's eccentric falconry.
Junot Diaz - Fiction - 1997 - 240 pages
"This stunning collection of stories offers an unsentimental glimpse of life among the immigrants from the Dominican Republic--and other front-line reports on the ambivalent promise of the American dream--by an eloquent and original writer ...
David S. Pottruck - Business & Economics - 2014 - 256 pages
It's been the grounding force of his successes, the basis of his popularity as an award-winning professor at Wharton, and the reason he's the chairman of our board of directors and one of our most in-demand teachers." —Alan Todd, CEO, ...
Marc Maron - Biography & Autobiography - 2013 - 240 pages
Most of us will relate. Praise for Attempting Normal “I laughed so hard reading this book.”—David Sedaris “Funny . . . surprisingly deep . . . laced with revelatory insights.”—Los Angeles Times “Superb . . .
Steven Brill - History - 2015 - 528 pages
But by chance America’s Bitter Pill ends up being much more—because as Brill was completing this book, he had to undergo urgent open-heart surgery.
Joel C. Rosenberg - Fiction - 2015 - 448 pages
When New York Times foreign correspondent J. B. Collins hears rumors that an al-Qaeda splinter cell—ISIS—has captured a cache of chemical weapons inside Syria, Collins knows this is a story he must pursue at all costs.
David Limbaugh - Religion - 2014 - 406 pages
In Jesus on Trial, New York Times bestselling author David Limbaugh applies his lifetime of legal experience to a unique new undertaking: making a case for the gospels as hard evidence of the life and work of Jesus Christ.