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Singing to a Bulldog: From Happy Days to Hollywood Director, and the Unlikely Mentor Who Got Me There Singing to a Bulldog: From Happy Days to Hollywood Director, and the Unlikely Mentor Who Got Me There
by Anson Williams

This compelling read has a cross-generational and broad appeal, combining all the fun of a celebrity memoir with the emotional impact of an inspirational bestseller. Anson Williams brings his gift of storytelling to a new medium in a book that is sure to touch readers’ hearts and lives as profoundly as Willie once touched his.



Remember the Time: Protecting Michael Jackson in His Final Days Remember the Time: Protecting Michael Jackson in His Final Days
by Bill Whitfield, Javon Beard and Tanner Colby

Remember the Time is the book that dismantles the tabloid myths once and for all to give Michael Jackson back his humanity. An indispensable piece of pop-culture history, the story of a man struggling to live a normal life under extraordinary circumstances.



Brothers Forever: The Enduring Bond between a Marine and a Navy SEAL that Transcended Their Ultimate Sacrifice Brothers Forever: The Enduring Bond between a Marine and a Navy SEAL that Transcended Their Ultimate Sacrifice
by Tom Sileo and Col. Tom Manion, USMC (Ret.)

From Travis’s incredible heroism on the streets of Fallujah to Brendan’s anguished Navy SEAL training in the wake of his friend’s death and his own heroism in the mountains of Afghanistan, Brothers Forever is a remarkable story of friendship, family, and war.



Ethel Merman, Mother Teresa...and Me: My Improbable Journey from Châteaux in France to the Slums of Calcutta Ethel Merman, Mother Teresa...and Me: My Improbable Journey from Châteaux in France to the Slums of Calcutta
by Tony Cointreau

Tony Cointreau is an heir of the French liqueur family. His voice took him to the stage, and his heart took him to Calcutta. After a successful international singing career and several years on the Cointreau board of directors, he felt a need for something more meaningful in his life.



The Michael Jackson Tapes: A Tragic Icon Reveals His Soul in Intimate Conversation The Michael Jackson Tapes: A Tragic Icon Reveals His Soul in Intimate Conversation
by Rabbi Shmuley Boteach

The Michael Jackson Tapes is not about Michael Jackson.  This book is the soul and essence of Michael Jackson, an extraordinarily gifted but broken human being.  What makes it revelatory, insightful, and remarkable is the source: more than thirty hours of intimate taped conversations that took place from 2000-2001 between Michael Jackson and Rabbi Shmuley Boteach. 



Soul Survivor: The Reincarnation of a World War II Fighter Pilot Soul Survivor: The Reincarnation of a World War II Fighter Pilot
by Bruce and Andrea Leininger with Ken Gross

This is the story of James Leininger, who-- a little more than two weeks after his second birthday-- began having blood-curdling nightmares that just would not stop. When James began screaming out recurring phrases like, "Plane on fire! Little man can't get out!" the Leiningers finally admitted that they truly had to take notice.



The Chris Farley Show: A Biography in Three Acts The Chris Farley Show: A Biography in Three Acts
by Tom Farley, Jr. and Tanner Colby

After his star-making turn on Saturday Night Live and three straight number-one hit movies, Chris Farley's overdose at the age of thirty-three seemed like just another sad Hollywood story of indulgence and excess -- and an eerie parallel to the fate of his idol, John Belushi.



Still I Rise: A Graphic History of African Americans Still I Rise: A Graphic History of African Americans
by Roland Laird and Taneshia Nash Laird, Illustrations by Elihu "Adofo" Bey

Still I Rise is a critically acclaimed work with an impressive scope: the entire history of Black America, told in an accessible graphic-novel form.



The Elvis Encyclopedia The Elvis Encyclopedia
by Adam Victor

Adam Victor, author of the bestselling The Marilyn Encyclopedia, sifts through the competing versions of events throughout Elvis's life and traces a young man's path to immortality.



Dark Summit: The True Story of Everest's Most Controversial Season Dark Summit: The True Story of Everest's Most Controversial Season
by Nick Heil

On May 15, 2006, a young British climber named David Sharp lay dying near the top of Mount Everest while forty other climbers walked past him on their way to the summit.



The Dead Guy Interviews: Conversations with 45 of the Most Accomplished, Notorious, and Deceased Personalities in History The Dead Guy Interviews: Conversations with 45 of the Most Accomplished, Notorious, and Deceased Personalities in History
by Michael A. Stusser

Ever wanted to ask Napoléon about his complex for Van Gogh about the whole ear episode? How about asking Thomas Jefferson about his hypocritical slavery stance or if Frida might consider a brow wax? Here's your chance! In The Dead Guy Interviews.



Twice as Good: Condoleezza Rice and Her Path to Power Twice as Good: Condoleezza Rice and Her Path to Power
by Marcus Mabry

Perhaps no American leader is better known and less understood than Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice. Beyond the dramatic story of her past -- her ascent from segregated Alabama to the halls of power -- and the controversy of her present, little is known about her as a woman.