A geriatrician, writer and professor of medicine challenges the way people think and feel about aging and medicine through stories from her twenty-five years of patient care as well as from history, science, literature, popular culture, and her own life.
A Muslim doctor recounts how his rural community targeted his family with racism in the aftermath of Donald Trump's election, describing his efforts with a local pastor to give talks raising awareness about the Muslim faith.
An account of the Apollo 11 mission discusses the astronauts, flight controllers, and engineers who made it possible, as well as the dangers, challenges, and determination that defined the Apollo program and the Mercury and Gemini missions that made it possible.
An award-winning historian and perennial New York Times best-selling author takes a fresh look at the space program, President John F. Kennedy's inspiring challenge and America's race to the moon. (United States history). 200,000 first printing.
An analysis of the iconic American writer's enduring influence on counterculture music traces Burroughs' rise to fame against a backdrop of three decades of music history and includes coverage of his sexual orientation, heroin addiction, banned books and celebrity collaborations.
From CNN's veteran chief White House correspondent comes an explosive, first-hand account of the dangers he faces reporting on the current White House while fighting on the front lines in President Trump's war on truth. 100,000 first printing.
Chronicles the epic 1915 libel case in which Theodore Roosevelt, weighing a last presidential run, turned on former allies to challenge corruption in the political party that made him.
Published to mark the 50th anniversary of his legendary Super Bowl "Guarantee," the NFL icon and Pro Football Hall of Famer traces his meteoric career, role in the commercialization of sports and private struggles with addiction. 200,000 first printing.
"The newest essay collection from the New York Times-bestselling John Waters, reflecting on how to overcome newfound responsibility and rebel in the autumn of your years"—
"Best-selling historian and classicist Barry Strauss tells the story of the rise and fall of the Roman Empire through the lives of ten of its most important emperors, from Augustus to Constantine"—
The former offensive lineman for the Baltimore Ravens reveals the lesser-known passion for mathematics that inspired his double life as an athlete and scholar, sharing insights into how his bifurcated insights impacted pivotal events, including the Jerry Sandusky scandal.
Devastated by his two-year-old daughter's accidental death, a father in Upper West Side Manhattan describes how he and his wife navigated unendurable pain and tapped the healing power of love to rebuild their shattered family.
Presents the life of the rock musician and songwriter, describing his early rise as a musical prodigy, his numerous collaborations, the ups and downs of his solor career, his struggles with drugs and alcohol, and the acclaim he received after his untimely death.