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Nothing Trivial

By (author) John Haney
Categories: Memoirs

In this delightful fact-filled memoir, John Haney writes about the people and relationships that led to the creation of one of the best-loved board games in history, Trivial Pursuit.

John’s life began ...

A Woman Among Wolves

A debut memoir from one of the first women in the United States to study wild wolves in their natural habitat—a story of passion, resilience, and determination.

"This is a book about a courageous woman. ...

Halfway Home

By (author) Christina Myers
Categories: Biography: general

Award-winning author Christina Myers navigates the uncharted territory of midlife in a time of rapid social, cultural, and environmental change.

Modern midlife is finding oneself halfway home but without ...

More Richly in Earth

By (author) Marilyn Bowering
Categories: Memoirs

Mary MacLeod (Màiri nighean Alasdair Ruaidh) was a rarity: a female bard in seventeenth-century Scotland. While her lyrics were honoured, she was also marginalized, denigrated as a witch, and exiled, ...

Monsters, Martyrs, and Marionettes

Monsters, Martyrs, and Marionettes is a revelatory collection of personal essays that subverts the stereotypes and transcends the platitudes of family life to examine motherhood with blistering insight. ...

Protagoras, premier penseur de la démocratie

En principe, Protagoras est quelqu’un qui a beaucoup pour plaire. C’est un démocrate aux prétentions plutôt modestes, un homme qui s’efforce d’améliorer autant qu’il le peut le bien-être ...

Called by Mother Earth

By (author) Greg F. Naterer
Categories: Memoirs

This raw and intimate memoir takes us inside the mind of a father who embarked on a ten-month journey through rugged and remote terrain in British Columbia in search of his missing son.

After setting out ...

Secret Sex

Edited by Russell Smith
Categories: Erotic fiction

New risky fiction — with no names attached.

If authors could write their sex scenes anonymously, would they be less reticent? Would they include the stuff they didn’t want their mom, or the newspapers, ...

Quand les enfants tuent !

By (author) Christian Robert Page
Categories: True crime

Qu’est-ce qui peut bien pousser des jeunes de onze, douze ou treize ans à commettre des actes d’une violence inouïe ? Qu’est-ce qui peut les amener... à tuer ? Blâmer les parents, la société, ...

The Mantle of Struggle

By (author) Irving Andre
Foreword by David Austin
Categories: Biography: general

Rosie Douglas, former prime minister of Dominica, had a life unlike any other modern politician. After leaving home to study agriculture in Canada, he became a member of the young Conservatives, under ...