By accepting tender guidance, but not dependence, WWII Veteran Anita Bloom fulfilled her dream of personal freedom, reminding us that the worthiest battles are seldom fought alone.
Life's Calculations, Misdirections, and Manipulations
The gyp, hoodwink, shuck, sandbag: An artform that has been passed down through generations of hustlers, con men, and freaks.
In the Court of the Queen
In 2000 B.C. in the land of Ur, a maiden to the queen and her betrothed learn lessons about the politics of survival, the power of the gods, and the importance of friendship.
A Spy for Hannibal
The story of Hannibal’s famous march blended with a dramatic and fascinating look at both Carthage and Rome in 219 B.C.
Around the World with Yiddish Theater
In his autobiography, Herman Yablokoff the showman stages a vivid recreation of his times.
Real Women Don’t Diet
One Man's Praise of Large Women & His Outrage at the Society that Rejects Them
Ken Mayer offers a bold new direction with this powerful and sensitive affirmation of the beauty, desirability, and sexiness of big women.
Lower Than Angels
A Memoir of War and Peace
A raw and powerful portrayal of an American in Paris in the 20s who could not overcome the trauma of war, and survived with a veneer of cynicism aided by the bottle.
Hostage to Fortune
Ambassador Hal Potter was once a professor and an expert of French Colonialism. Now he will need all his knowledge—and diplomatic skill—to hold his fractious team together in the face of the dangers that threaten to destroy them
An Year in the Skies of Vietnam
A powerful, honest, unforgettable glimpse into the events of combat and the compassionate character of the young men flying the skies during the Vietnam War.
The Eisenhower Legacy
Discussions of Presidential Leadership
The highlights of the exciting and sometimes surprising discussions that resulted from an extraordinary gathering of former cabinet and staff, jouralists, and historians who met to examine anew the pivotal years of President Eisenhower’s leadership.