Lucking Out is a sometimes brilliant and sometimes disappointing memoir of New York in the '70s by critic James Wolcott.
A first hand detailed personal and often disturbing chronicle of the chaos and the violent exploits of organized crime in the 1970s and 1980s.
Miracle Boy Grows Up is an often funny, completely honest memoir about growing up in a wheelchair and disability rights.
The Me Generation... By Me is a funny, realistic memoir of growing up in the '60s
The Pulitzer Prize-winning former columnist looks back – but mostly forward – in this savvy and engaging memoir.
Following an unconventional path takes courage, yet Kathy soon finds it is necessary to bring about intense transformation.
As terrifying as any suspense thriller, but this is the true story...
In the Water They Can't See You Cry is Olympic swimmer Amanda Beard's riveting story of her struggle with depression.
My, my, my: Memoirs of Obama, Hitler and Mussolini.
Law school professor's memoir of succeeding while battling bipolar disorder attacks the stigma attached to mental health issues.