Biography & Autobiography

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    The Crippler
    Cage Fighting and My Life on the Edge
    By Chris Leben, By Daniel J. Patinkin
    (Skyhorse Publishing)
    It takes a certain kind of person to do whatever is necessary to make a living as a mixed martial arts fighter. And it takes another kind of person to stand out from all the rest as both a wild man and a rock star. Chris Leben, otherwise known as “The Crippler,” is that kind of person. Leben’s reputation... [READ MORE]
    Saatchi & Saatchi: The Inside Story
    By Alison Fendley
    (Arcade Publishing)
    Follows the rise and fall of Iraqi-born Jewish brothers from London, Charles and Maurice Saatchi, who created some of the most memorable ad campaigns of the 1970s and 1980s, and then in 1994 were ousted from their firm by an American shareholder revolt.... [READ MORE]
    Reynolds Remembers: 20 Years with the Sacramento Kings
    By Jerry Reynolds
    (Sports Publishing)
    Jerry Reynolds is an icon as the man behind the Sacramento Kings. As we are taken through his career, he captures the ups, downs, and evolution of the team he has been a part of from the very beginning.Skyhorse Publishing, along with our Arcade, Good Books, Sports Publishing, and Yucca imprints, is proud... [READ MORE]
    Steve Williams: How Dr. Death Became Dr. Life
    By Steve Williams
    (Sports Publishing)
    "Dr. Death" Steve Williams was given a second chance. In the prime of his life, Steve was diagnosed with T-4 throat cancer. With God by his side, Steve overcame all odds and survived this deadly disease. Now, Steve is committed to giving his testimony to the people from the wrestling ring. As an athlete,... [READ MORE]
    Simply Devine: Memoirs of a Hall of Fame Coach
    By Dan Devine
    (Sports Publishing)
    Dan Devine: Memoirs of a Hall of Fame Coach is the autobiography of the former University of Missouri and Notre Dame head football coach. As head coach at Arizona State, Devine accumulated a 27-3-1 record. From 1958-1970, he guided Missouri to a 93-37-7 mark. Devine also served as the head coach and... [READ MORE]
    Rotting in the Bangkok Hilton
    The Gruesome True Story of a Man Who Survived Thailand's Deadliest Prisons
    By T M. Hoy
    (Skyhorse Publishing)
    Prison is harsh enough, but as a foreigner (“farang”) in a strange land, jail time is an even more horrifying reality. Rotting in the Bangkok Hilton is a collection of short stories chronicling T. M. Hoy’s descent into the harrowing world of Southeast Asian prison life. Through his eyes, readers will... [READ MORE]
    The Passing of the Armies
    An Account of the Final Campaign of the Army of the Potomac, Based upon Personal Reminiscences of the Fifth Army Corps
    By Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain
    (Skyhorse Publishing)
    Written by one of the Union army’s most celebrated officers, The Passing of the Armies offers a remarkable first-hand account of the final campaign of the Army of the Potomac. In his gripping memoir, first published in 1915, General Joshua Lawrence... [READ MORE]
    Secrets of a Webcam Girl
    A Memoir
    By Annabelle T. Baxter
    (Skyhorse Publishing)
    From video vixen to happy endings—one woman reveals all! How far would you go to pay the bills? Secrets of a Webcam Girl is the true story of a woman's transition from business suit to birthday suit as a way to solve mo... [READ MORE]
    Ready for the People: My Most Chilling Cases as a Prosecutor
    By Marissa N. Batt
    (Arcade Publishing)
    For more than 25 years Marissa Batt has tried cases for the People in every one of the 35 courtrooms at the Criminal Courts Building in downtown Los Angeles, cases ranging from rape and sodomy to armed robbery and murder. Despite her years immersed in violence and its concomitant pain and suffering,... [READ MORE]
    This Victorian Life
    Modern Adventures in Nineteenth-Century Culture, Cooking, Fashion, and Technology
    By Sarah A. Chrisman
    (Skyhorse Publishing)
    Part memoir, part micro-history, this is an exploration of the present through the lens of the past. We all know that the best way to study a foreign language is to go to a country where it's spoken, but can the same immersion method be applied to history? How do interactions with antique objects influence... [READ MORE]
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