Condensing the autobiography of the commander of Auschwitz into a 16-page "monologue" doesn't make the horror any less.
Interview with America's leading negotiation coach, who turned "no" into the most powerful word in negotiating.
Poor Richard's Lament: A Most Timely Tale is a tale of Benjamin Franklin and a morality tale for our times.
Behind Amazon’s quirky smile logo lurks a cold and calculating giant machine.
A pulpish s-f valentine to monsters that challenge the world.
Learn what it takes to live your best life possible.
Sara Butler navigates her traumatic past in order to find a way to her future.
What it is.
In this volume, Hideki finally learns the truth about his Persocom, Chi.
Synchronicity: The Art Of Coincidence, Choice, And Unlocking Your Mind is a mirror of the unconscious self.
Losing the 1912 elections, the humiliated Theodore Roosevelt sets his sites on a punishing physical excursion.
An unwanted assault on the senses, full of people who couldn't act their way out of a Reynolds Wrap coffin.
Three new one-hour Thomas & Friends movies, in one inexpensive package.
Lucifer tempts Sam as the Winchesters face a blast from their past.
An enjoyable, often gritty slice of neo-noir.
February 26 Oscar Night coming up - who will get Best Picture?
Things are never easy in Storybrooke, Maine, or in Fairy Tale Land for as long as The Evil Queen's around!
Tony Bennett’s 70s work is re-packaged and remastered to put you in the mood.
The Kinks begin to leave their youth behind.
German jazz bassist releases an eclectic disc and a half.
The essential list continues with 10 new entries.
This alternative rock band hits home with its self-titled EP, which has a flare for garage rock and grunge.
Is it poetic pornography or pornographic poetry?
When at the crossroads of life, New York-based folk duo Don Haynie and Sheryl Samuel can help you find bearing and course.
Randy Thompson's Collected is an enjoyable multi-layered mix of country, rockabilly and classic folk sounds.
We use the colour most required by the body to heal and bring a particular chakra into balance.
Tthe future is here; stem cell burgers at less than $350,000.
A game with great promise fails to deliver.
Why America needs its fabled dream now more than ever before.
Racist headline is displayed on a major sports network.
Wouldn't it be nice to one day have the conversation be about how great a ballplayer Jeremy Lin is and not how he is a great Asian-American ballplayer?