What happens when two Americans decide to leave their comfortable life behind and open a business by a Caribbean beach?
What's it like to be seen by millions of people around the world as Hercules while quietly battling a serious illness?
Despite my quibbles, every aspiring filmmaker should read this book.
A Memoir of Money and Madness that recounts the author's seven years as a trader on Wall Street for Lehman Brothers.
Guy Adams's latest novel is a fun read, but it's not anything like the classic Sherlock Holmes stories.
Secret London: Unusual Bars and Restaurants by Rachel Howard showcases more than a hundred places with bizarre décor, eccentric owners, amazing food, and hard-to-locations.
As its name implies, this a guidebook to some of the more obscure, off-the-beaten path destinations in London.
Great for anyone looking to discover some of the obscure and often way off-the-beaten path destinations.
This book had so much promise, but it soon deteriorated into loosely connected corporate buzzwords.
Celebrity, Inc. gives an intimate inside look at precisely how famous people make money from their own fame.