Non-Fiction

Inflamed: Abandonment, Heroism, and Outrage in Wine Country’s Deadliest Firestorm

Publication Date: 03/28/2023

The dramatic story of hundreds of senior citizens left in the path of a ferocious firestorm and what the quest for accountability reveals about the increasing risks to our most vulnerable population. Just after midnight on October 9, 2017, as one of the nation’s deadliest and most destructive firestorms swept…

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Leading the Way to Victory: A History of the 60th Troop Carrier Group 1940–1945

Publication Date: 12/13/2022

Leading the Way to Victory is the official history of the 60th Troop Carrier Group, featuring unpublished first-person accounts by participating veterans and expertly written by retired USAF Colonel Mark C. Vlahos, combat veteran and former Vice Wing Commander of 314th Aircraft Wing at the Little Rock Air Force Base.…

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I Am the Warrior: My Crazy Life Writing the Hits and Rocking the MTV Eighties

Publication Date: 11/29/2022

Holly Knight’s singular music career included crafting a good part of the soundtrack to the MTV eighties with mega-hits for Tina Turner (“The Best”), Pat Benatar (“Love Is A Battlefield”), and Patty Smyth (“The Warrior”)—songs that celebrated female empowerment and shaped pop and rock for years to come. “Holly Knight…

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The View from My Foxhole: A Marine Private’s Firsthand World War II Combat Experience from Guadalcanal to Iwo Jima

Publication Date: 11/01/2022

After the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor, millions of young American men were eager to join up and defend their country. William Swanson was among them. The View from My Foxhole tells William Swanson’s story of fighting in the jungles of Bougainville and Guam and the ash heap of Iwo Jima.…

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From Scratch: Adventures in Harvesting, Hunting, Fishing, and Foraging on a Fragile Planet

Publication Date: 10/25/2022

David Moscow, the creator and star of the groundbreaking series From Scratch, takes us on an exploration of our planet’s complex and interconnected food supply, showing us where our food comes from and why it matters in his new book of global culinary adventures. In an effort to help us…

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Magnifico! The A to Z of Queen

Publication Date: 10/25/2022

“An engaging mix of humor and detailed critical analysis…great fun.” —Mojo From the award-winning author of Bring It On Home: Peter Grant, Led Zeppelin, and Beyond and Comfortably Numb: The Inside Story of Pink Floyd comes this deeply researched alphabetical biography of Queen and each of its dynamic members. Addressing the phenomenal success of the…

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Funky: My Defiant Path Through the Wild World of Combat Sports

Publication Date: 10/18/2022

A riveting memoir by former MMA champion and Olympic wrestler, Ben Askren, who cut a polarizing path through amateur wrestling and professional mixed martial arts as a firebrand figure who fans loved or hated—but could never keep down. One of the most dominant college wrestlers in history, Ben Askren became…

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The Inner Light: How India Influenced the Beatles

Publication Date: 10/11/2022

The hidden meanings of the Beatles’ most esoteric lyrics are revealed by a rare insider who spent twenty years with the man who made “meditation,” “mantra,” and “yoga” household words: Maharishi Mahesh Yogi. The spiritual journey of the Beatles is the story of an entire generation of visionaries in the…

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Sly & the Family Stone: An Oral History

Publication Date: 10/11/2022

Their music changed pop history, but we’ve never known much about the people who made it…until now Sly Stone shook the foundations of soul and turned it into a brand new sound that influenced and liberated musicians as varied as Miles Davis, Stevie Wonder, and Herbie Hancock. His group—consisting of…

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Crisis of Command: How We Lost Trust and Confidence in America’s Generals and Politicians

Publication Date: 09/06/2022

Combat-decorated Marine officer Stuart Scheller speaks out against the debacle of the Afghan pullout as the culmination of a decades-long and still-ongoing betrayal of military members by top leadership, from generals to the commander in chief, comes to light. Lieutenant Colonel Stuart Scheller was the perfect Marine. Battle tested. A…

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