Biography, Autobiography & Memoir

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“As its story unfolds from Kennedy to Johnson to Nixon, Silent Spring Revolution proves consistently captivating, and it takes its place alongside trilogy-mates The Wilderness

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“Less than a decade away from his infamous court-martial for insubordination, General Mitchell came up with a simple proposal to capture the imagination of the American public: a race acros

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“a must for every lover of ballet and admirer of Balanchine’s work.”

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Definitive, highly readable, and unusually revealing, this biography gives us the remarkable Chuck Berry in full.”

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Joyce Chopra was part of a wave of women filmmakers who came to Hollywood in the ‘70s and ’80s, bringing with them fresh viewpoints and human stories.

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Comin’ Right at Ya is a quick, snarky, enjoyable read, especially for outliers and real Western swing music aficionados.”

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“Rickman’s diaries will provide young wanna-be actors what it’s really like to enter and exit the stage, play challenging roles and bask in the love of performance itself.”   

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Beverly Gage’s nearly 800-page biography of J. Edgar Hoover . . .

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“Gordon’s purpose has been to call attention to the vital role that women played in Eliot’s personal life and his development as a writer.”

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Truman Capote’s groundbreaking, nonfiction classic, In Cold Blood—a gripping account of the 1959 slaughter of a wealthy Kansas farm family— instantly established the writer’s brilliant lit

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“Jestice succeeds in proving that queens have played important parts throughout history—and continue to do so.”

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“The graphic novel format will be enough incentive to get readers interested in physics.”

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“brilliant. . . . Beyond tracing Putin’s career and delving into his psychology, his beliefs and values, Weiss places his character firmly in context.”

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Eve Bites Back is a delightful, and challenging read.”

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With the grit and determination to overcome very similar hardscrabble backgrounds, Truman Capote and Ann Woodward both rose to pinnacles in New York’s glittering mid-century high society.

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My Pinup may be brief, but it is amazingly rich, more a prose poem than a conventional essay. . . . My Pinup is a gem.”

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“When the sun quits, my heart starts ticking. . . . The night is what we live for.”

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“The book is a joy to read. You can dip in anywhere and swim about in Dylan’s brain.”

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