Biography and Memoir

The Dan Bongino Show Survival Guide: Crazy Stories, Hidden Messages, and Golden Rules

Publication Date: 06/11/2024

The all-inclusive guide to everything you wanted to know about The Dan Bongino Show, and an introduction to the people behind the scenes who make it all work. When Rush Limbaugh sadly passed, a massive void in conservative radio had to be filled. This is the story of how The…

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Time to Thank: Caregiving for My Hero

Publication Date: 05/21/2024

After his father—the hero and strength of the family—is diagnosed with kidney failure, actor Steve Guttenberg dedicates himself to becoming a caregiver and reflects on their life together, from childhood through his Hollywood career, in his father’s final years. Since moving to Hollywood at age seventeen, Steve Guttenberg has delighted…

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Surviving the Survivor: A Brutally Honest Conversation about Life (& Death) with My Mom: A Holocaust Survivor, Therapist & My Podcast Co-Host

Publication Date: 05/14/2024

Holocaust survivor and licensed therapist Karmela Waldman shares brutally honest advice about life and death—often deploying brutally sharp wit—with her son and podcast co-host, Joel Waldman. Karmela Waldman is an eighty-something psychotherapist and Holocaust survivor. Her son, Joel Waldman, is a successful broadcast journalist. After a discontented Joel chooses to…

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Breaking Glass: Tales from the Witch of Wall Street

Publication Date: 05/14/2024

Kicked out of a cult at seventeen, Patricia Walsh Chadwick started on the bottom rung of the ladder in the world of business and worked her way to the top—breaking through the glass ceiling to become a global partner at Invesco. Patricia grew up in a religious community-turned-cult in the…

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Confessions of a Chaos Whisperer: My Life as an Organizing Guru, Business Owner, and Mom

Publication Date: 04/30/2024

What defines the real value of an object? Is it merely the price tag, or is there something more profound, a precious memory or sentiment that infuses it with meaning? Do our priceless treasures anchor or liberate us? In her debut memoir, Confessions of a Chaos Whisperer, New York City’s…

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The Assassination of President John F. Kennedy: The Final Analysis: Forensic Analysis of the JFK Autopsy X-Rays Proves Two Headshots from the Right Front and One from the Rear

Publication Date: 03/08/2024

The Assassination of President John F. Kennedy: The Final Analysis presents indisputable forensic evidence that two shots fired from the front and one shot fired from the rear killed the president in a Dealey Plaza crossfire—exposing a sixty-year coverup by the CIA, the FBI, the Pentagon, and the Secret Service.…

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The Vanishing of Carolyn Wells: Investigations into a Forgotten Mystery Author

Publication Date: 02/13/2024

The Vanishing of Carolyn Wells is the first biography of one of the “lost ladies” of detective fiction who wrote more than eighty mysteries and hundreds of other works between the 1890s and the 1940s. Carolyn Wells (1862–1942) excelled at writing country house and locked-room mysteries for a decade before…

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We’re Live in 5: My Extraordinary Life in Television

Publication Date: 02/13/2024

In this dazzling Hollywood memoir, Jeff Margolis takes us on the ultimate behind-the-scenes tour of television’s most memorable variety series and specials spanning the past fifty years—from the most iconic variety shows of the 1970s to the Oscars. Introduced to showbiz by his uncle Monty Hall, legendary host of Let’s…

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Trailer Park Parable: A Memoir of How Three Brothers Strove to Rise Above Their Broken Past, Find Forgiveness, and Forge a Hopeful Future

Publication Date: 01/30/2024

Growing up amid addiction and chaos in a Minnesota trailer park, Tyler Zed and his two brothers broke the cycle of abuse and forged a different path. “Attempted murder victim told the Brainerd Dispatch she believes her sixteen-year-old sonsaved her.” This is the news article detailing the event that would…

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Outside Voices: A Memoir of the Berkeley Revolution

Publication Date: 01/16/2024

Berkeley, 1972: a hotbed of creativity where painters, filmmakers, musicians, and writers inspire a young poet. Second-wave feminism, inspired by Gloria Steinem, Bella Abzug, and Betty Friedan is swelling into a tsunami. Women are joining together to change power dynamics in politics, the home, and the workplace. On election day,…

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