Biography, Autobiography & Memoir

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“By quoting contemporary letters and histories, Arman brings this woman and her world vividly to life.

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“This important collection of voices of women who have changed—and are changing—the world gives inspiration to all who share their grief and vision.”

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That Carriere manages to exceed those expectations and write with such clarity about the darkness that consumed much of her young adulthood is a gift . . .”

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“the poetic marvel of his language makes every chapter richly textured and a joy to read.”

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The relationship between journalist and subject is an ancient one, and the ice is frequently broken with the hoisting of a glass . . . or two.

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“an outstanding work, filled with insights and stories, and written with authority.”

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“This book is a compelling read as Angus is a clear, concise, and talented writer who makes even small facets of long ago lives fascinating.”

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Interviews are either appetizers or afterhours drinks. They either prepare you for a full conversation or one reads them to forget the long day.

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“Doom Guy tells the fascinating story of the life and times of one of the greatest PC game developers of them all.”

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“a quietly affecting memoir about family connection and disconnection.”

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“McPhee is a writer with a generous heart and sharp self-deprecatory sense of humor. Tabula Rasa is no blank slate.

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“Borman . . . delivers a captivating and exquisitely heart-wrenching account of the mother and daughter duo who radically changed English history forever.”

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The Artist’s Mind is written for understanding, and the accessible narrative flows easily. This is a must-read prior to any art gallery visit.”

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Ellman’s book is not history; it is not even revisionist history. It is a lengthy diatribe against one of America’s greatest generals.”

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Deeply engrossing and moving, this splendid biography gives us the remarkable man behind the tortured face.”

He taught us to bear witness.

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“While the book does recount Picasso’s life, it is also a work of art history that provides fascinating insights about Picasso’s art and how it was shaped by his experiences as a ‘foreigner

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For readers who love the magical sixties and the legendary Beatles, 1964: Eyes of the Storm is for you.”

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“Despite his many travails and struggles, professional and personal—in relation to sexuality, class, ethnicity, and now ageism—Duberman acknowledges also his many successes in public as in

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“Watling’s deep research allows her to mine intimate views of these women, in both their public and private lives, and to recreate how each took up the cause.”

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Fascination with the lives of the contemporary British royal family has remained as strong as ever as demonstrated by the enduring success of Netflix’s The Crown, which dramatizes Queen El

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“In First Family, Good writes well of George Washington and the lives of the youngest of his step-grandchildren but without overreaching with the discussion of gossip.

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“The book seems hurried as if the author was rushing to be the first to publish a book about Walker.”

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“The book runs the gamut from amusing to sad, with a bit of frustration and eye-rolling thrown in for good measure. . . .

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Oh, for the days when the title “Working Girl” referred to the feel-good movie with Melanie Griffith.

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