Newcomers to Sardinia in 2005, Terry Dillon and his wife Aurora were captivated by an island of long sandy beaches and sunshine. Once holiday-makers living in agriturismo, they decided to buy a house. After much searching they settled for a property in... show more
One woman, seven husbands, and eight marriages.
Where is Love? is the fast-paced accessible story of one woman's life and her unceasing search to find love and security. At times horrific and heartbreaking, Anne's story is one of a difficult upbringing... show more
JesseLee Jones resolved, at age 22, on his first day in America, “the mother of all nations,” amidst unexpected and utterly challenging circumstances and loss, that "there was no going back!" His story then began to unfold with inconceivable passion an... show more
Surviving Hell is a harrowing account of Lieutenant Colonel William Miner, taken prisoner for 39 months after his unit surrendered to the Japanese on the island of Cebu, Philippines, during World War II. Despite losing every friend in his unit and suff... show more
The rhythms of jazz and beat poetry punctuate this sweeping, firsthand account of New York City's 1950s literary scene from the Bowery to Spanish Harlem National bestselling author Dan Wakefield first came to New York City in 1952 with the intention o... show more
My Tale of Woe is the tell-all true story of an ex-cult member, raped into submission, tortured, and left to fend in a world of craziness. In her own words: "I didn't w what I was getting myself into. Who would have wn? It was Planet Hollywood, and I w... show more
This is my story, my plight in trying to escape the religious restrictions at home only to wind up in very precarious situations, facing homelessness and physical abuse while traveling the country by rail with an alcoholic schizophrenic. It is a story ... show more
At the age of fourteen, most girls spend their time worrying about clothes, friendships, and boys. But for Joyebell, homeless and living on the streets of South Dallas, everyday concerns are much more serious.
This is the real-life story of a teenage r... show more
May Sarton charts her second act in Maine in this graceful elegy about life, love, work, and growing olderWhen May Sarton uprooted her life after fifteen years in the refurbished New Hampshire house with the garden she tended so lovingly, she relied so... show more
Acclaimed 60 Minutes commentator and true-crime author Shana Alexander turns her journalist's eye to her own unconventional family—and herself—in this fascinating, moving memoir Shana Alexander spent most of her life trying to figure out her enigmatic... show more