Sports

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Tiger, Tiger is not the first, nor will it most likely be the last, attempt to write the definitive biography of Tiger Woods, arguably the greatest golfer in the history of the game.

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A Life Impossible is a well-written and remarkable book in its honesty. It will be an inspiration to many, . . .”

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a comprehensive volume capturing the Lardner style and offering a considerable insight into America’s favorite sportswriter.”

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“what is revealed in Magic: The Life of Earvin 'Magic' Johnson is the life of an American sports hero, full of complexity, wonder, sorrow, and success.”

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“explains why the number 42 should never be worn by any baseball player ever again.”

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“a fascinating and compelling story of a tragic hero and the fields on which he lived and played.”

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“Quimby deserves the attention Dahler gives her. Hers is a life worth knowing.”

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“I didn’t start out with grievances against the world, but the world certainly seemed to have grievances against girls and women like me. . . .

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“If you are a lover of the game of tennis, admire Rodger Federer, or want to know more about him, The Master is the book for you. . . .

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“a smorgasbord of baseball delights . . .”

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His memoir is both proud and self-effacing, candid and evasive, an artful nod to Shakespearean comedy and tragedy . . .”

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“Humility, dignity, and character—those were Mays’ personal trademarks. He was an exemplary baseball player and is an exemplary citizen.” 

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Fiaz Rafiq is an award-winning sports and entertainment writer, author of oral biographies of such celebrities as Bruce Lee and Arnold Schwarzenegger, and the soon to be released My Brother, Mu

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“Abramsky offers a fascinating portrait of the life of this forgotten sports heroine in fluid prose.”

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Alan D. Gaff is, among other things, a prolific military historian with ten well-received books dealing with various military campaigns and subjects.

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“Robert Fitts has made another important contribution to Japanese American history and to the role of baseball in that story, as well as to the history of the United States.”

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Joseph Caldwell’s memoir In the Shadow of the Bridge is an intimate remembrance of gay things past, of the great loves of his life, and New York’s LGBTQ community, before Stonewall and dur

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“a fun and inspiring read, not just for runners, but for anyone who believes in the healing power of the human-animal bond.”

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“While many of the gymnasts gave statements at Nassar’s criminal sentencing, for some, The Girls offers them a first opportunity to speak.

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“What you do in the darkness comes out in the light.”

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“You all right, kid?” This is the question directed by Yogi Berra throughout his life to his son Dale.

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It’s always best to write your memoir before someone writes your biography. Play Hungry joins a lineup of several books about Pete Rose.

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“One can only imagine what the publication of Commander in Cheat will produce on the president’s Twitter feed.

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When US Army Private Bowe Bergdahl went outside the wire of his military basecamp in Afghanistan in 2009, and wandered around to talk to the enemy, he was within hours captured by the Taliban.

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“Those seeking an introduction to a pivotal era in pro football’s history, and three legendary coaches whose influence is still felt today, will find Guts and Genius to be a lively

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