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Book Review: Way Down: Playing Bass with Elvis, Dylan, the Doors, and More by Jerry Scheff

Without descending into "tell-all" sensationalism, Way Down is an entertaining and informative memoir about Jerry Scheff as a working musician. Read More »

Book Review: The Commandant: An Account by the First Commanding Officer of Auschwitz by Rudolf Hoess, ed. by Jürg Amann

Condensing the autobiography of the commander of Auschwitz into a 16-page "monologue" doesn't make the horror any less. Read More »

Interview: Selwyn Mills, Author of Confessions of a Color-Blind House Painter

"Wisdom cannot be taught but can be acquired by persistent vigilance to moral choices." Read More »

Book Review: Last Words: A Memoir by George Carlin and Tony Hendra

The late George Carlin's sortabiography is a must for fans. Read More »

Book Review: Cancer: It’s A Good Thing I Got It! by David A. Koop

Can cancer ever be a good thing? David Koop shares how his diagnosis changed his life for the better. Read More »

Author Interview and Book Review: The Two-Edged Sword by Donald W. Tucker

Ex-Secret Service Agent's life story reads like a best-selling 007 whodunit, more fiction than fact — yet all of it really happened. Read More »

Book Review: Luck and Circumstance: A Coming of Age in Hollywood, New York, and Points Beyond by Michael Lindsay-Hogg

Luck and Circumstance is a memoir and mystery that will leave you wanting to know more about Michael Lindsay-Hogg's life. Read More »

Book Review: Behind the Veils of Yemen by Audra Grace Shelby

A sensitive and sympathetic glimpse into the world of veiled women. Read More »

Graphic Novel Review: Little Nothings: My Shadow in the Distance by Lewis Trondheim

The French cartoonist returns with another enjoyable set of one-page funny animal autobio. Read More »

Book Review: Storm of the i: An Artobiography by Tina Collen

A remarkable creation as Collen takes the staid world of biography and blown it open with a bold and fresh approach. Read More »