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All our books have a great story, well told.  You can't help but feel that you are there...as if you were spending an evening with the narrator...even when their story is from far away or long ago.

The reading experience is a consistent one — always gripping and informative — yet each author's voice is unique as they take us from the courts of Louis XIV to life with gonzo journalist Hunter S. Thompson to a pirate's journey around the world to a stakeout with the Pinkertons.

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The No Good Dirty Rotten Low Down Book of Love, Humor ($9.95, 5 x 7 1/8, Hardcover, Available Now) From NoGoodBooks.com comes this funny and irreverent book of quotes.(more)
A Year with a Whaler, Biography, Historical ($17.95, 5x8, Trade paperback, Available Now) At the turn of the twentieth century, Walter Noble Burns shipped out on his first whaling voyage.  The freshness and...(more)
The Private Life of Marie Antoinette, Biography, Historical ($18.95, 5x8, Trade paperback, Available Now) In one of the earliest memoirs of the young Queen of France, Madame Jeanne Louise Campan, Marie Antoinette's First Lady-in-Waiting... (more)
Hunter: The Strange and Savage Life of Hunter S. Thompson, Memoir ($19.95, 6x9, Paperback, Coming November 2011) A gonzo biography(more)
A New Voyage Round the World, Nautical/Exploration ($19.95, 6x9, Paperback, Available Now) Check out the video book review!(more)
To Cuba and Back, History/U.S./Cuba ($17.95, 5x8, Paperback, Available Now) During the 19th century Cuba was an integral part of the US expansion dream.  In 1859 Dana, internationally renowned author... (more)
The Impenetrable Forest: My Gorilla Years in Uganda, Nature/Memoirs ($24.95, 5 1/2 x 8 1/2, Hardcover, Available Now) National Best Books Award Winner - USA Book News

Next Generation Indie Book Awards Finalist

"...transforms the mountain gorillas of Uganda and the people who care for them into deep, complex, loving characters.  " —Garth Stein, New York Times bestselling author of The Art of Racing in the Rain(more)

Foreign Devil, Memoirs/Far East/Journalism ($18.95, 5 3/18 x 8 3/8, Paperback, Available Now) Journalist, ranconteur and in all liklehood a spy, Hughes tells of his days a a reporter when the Far East was still mysterious and inscrutable.(more)
A Minstrel in France, Biography, Historical ($18.95, 5x8, Trade paperback, Available Now) In World War I, Harry Lauder went to the battlefields of France with a small custom-built piano lashed to his... (more)
Thirty Years a Detective, True Crime ($19.95, 5x8, Trade paperback, Available Now) "I love the narrative...." The Lit Witch book blog

"An excellent and facinating historical read of our nation's first Private Detective organization.  The swindlers, bank and train robbers and confidence men come alive in his presentation." Detective Rich Stanley(more)

Memoirs of Duc de Saint-Simon 1691-1709, Memoirs/French History ($21.95, 6x9, Paperback, Available Now) Antonia Fraser says, “The Memoirs of Duc de Saint-Simon is not only great history, it’s a great read! Lucy Norton’s definitive translation brings this wonderful work to life for English-speaking readers.  Saint-Simon is one of the most vivid---and witty---writers from history, and these lively memoirs are as compelling and enjoyable today as they were when he first chose to write down the story of day-to-day life, love, power, betrayal and intrigue at the Court of the Sun King, Louis XIV.”(more)
Memoirs of Duc de Saint-Simon 1710-1715, Memoirs/French History ($21.95, 6x9, Paperback, Available Now) ''...the rich sensation of being back at Versailles under Louis the XIV….'' New York Review of Books(more)
Memoirs of Duc de Saint-Simon 1715-1723, Memoirs/French History ($21.95, 6x9, Paperback, Available Now) ''...a fascinating memoir...entertaining, edifying, satisfying.'' Publishers Weekly(more)
The Dukays, Fiction ($21.95, 9 1/4 x 6 1/8, Paperback, Available Now) "...absorbing and highly entertaining..."-- Kirkus Reviews(more)

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