Biography & Autobiography

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    Ingmar Bergman: An Artist's Journey
    Edited by Roger W. Oliver
    (Arcade Publishing)
    At 77, Bergman no longer works in film, the medium that brought him world fame; he gave it up in 1983, when he announced that Fanny and Alexander would be his last film. This ingenious little collection is Oliver's attempt to say something meaningful about Bergman the masterful artist of many mediums--film,... [READ MORE]
    The Other Side of Loneliness: A Spiritual Journey
    By Ned O'Gorman
    (Arcade Publishing)
    Every once in a while, out of nowhere, a very special person appears with the courage and conviction to change the destiny of others. Such a person is Ned O'Gorman. Wandering in Harlem one day, Ned saw an abandoned storefront and there he met his calling and future: he would start a tuition-free school... [READ MORE]
    Don't Be Afraid of the Bullets
    An Accidental War Correspondent in Yemen
    By Laura Kasinof
    (Arcade Publishing)
    Laura Kasinof studied Arabic in college and moved to Yemen a few years later—after a friend at a late-night party in Washington, DC, recommended the country as a good place to work as a freelance journalist. When she first moved to Sanaa in 2009, she was the only American reporter based in the country.... [READ MORE]
    The Last Love of George Sand
    A Literary Biography
    By Evelyne Bloch-Dano
    (Arcade Publishing)
    George Sand is one the most celebrated writers and controversial personalities of nineteenth-century France; she is as famous for her bohemian lifestyle as for her written work. The Last Love of George Sand portrays the writer, political activist, and cultural figure as she starts a new chapter in her... [READ MORE]
    Red Sorrow
    A Memoir of the Cultural Revolution
    By Nanchu
    (Arcade Publishing)
    "Red Sorrow . . . reminds us that it is people who make history." —Atlanta Journal-ConstitutionAt the outbreak of the Cultural Revolution, thirteen-year-old Nanchu watched asRed Guards burst into her home and arrested her parents, who were tortured and jailed. Made an outcast, left to care for herself... [READ MORE]
    A Man Called Intrepid
    The Incredible True Story of the Master Spy Who Helped Win World War II
    By William Stevenson
    (Skyhorse Publishing)
    A New York Times Best Seller!The classic real-life story of the superspy whose vast intelligence network helped defeat the Nazis in World War II.A Man Called Intrepid is the account of the world’s first integrated intelligence operation and of its master, William Stephenson. Codenamed INTREPID by Winston... [READ MORE]
    Smallwood
    The Unlikely Revolutionary
    By Richard Gwyn
    (Skyhorse Publishing)
    The extraordinary life of Joey Smallwood is the stuff of fiction—literally: Wayne Johnston’s acclaimed novel, The Colony of Unrequited Dreams, draws heavily on this definitive biography. And no wonder! Set against a colorful background in stirring times it has, as its hero, a character whose career defied... [READ MORE]
    Henry Morgenthau, Jr.
    The Remarkable Life of FDR's Secretary of the Treasury
    By Herbert Levy
    (Skyhorse Publishing)
    A fascinating exploration of early to mid-twentieth-century politics as seen through the eyes of a Roosevelt technocrat.History seems to repeat itself. With ongoing wars abroad and the collapse of financial institutions at home, Americans rely on President Barack Obama and Secretary of the Treasury Jacob... [READ MORE]
    Daniel's Music
    One Family’s Journey from Tragedy to Empowerment through Faith, Medicine, and the Healing Power of Music
    By Jerome Preisler
    (Skyhorse Publishing)
    In 1997, Daniel Trush, a bright, active, outgoing twelve-year-old, collapsed on the basketball court and fell into a deep coma. Rushed to the hospital, he was found to have five previously undetected aneurysms in his brain. One had burst, causing a massive cerebral hemorrhage.While Daniel remained comatose,... [READ MORE]
    House Calls and Hitching Posts
    Stories From Dr. Elton Lehman's Career Among The Amish
    By Dorcas Hoover
    (Good Books)
    Medical technology meets rural values of simplicity, home health remedies, and unwavering faith in divine providence when a country-boy-turned-country-doctor returns to his roots. House Calls and Hitching Posts is a sometimes humorous and often intimate account of Dr. Elton Lehman's 36 years practicing... [READ MORE]
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