The real estate mogul-turned-reality television icon spells out the agenda of his presidential bid.
Rettenmund's stint as editor of a teen magazine provides some of the book's most entertaining anecdotes. He worked with many of today's superstars before they were protected by image crafters and were freer to be themselves...
These stories aren't told by gamblers or hitmen aware of their choices, but helmed by aimless layabouts and dazed survivors.
A small town Oklahoman teen comes out to his family and in the process tries to help two rival communities unite in Robin Reardon's inspiring novel.
Steven Saylor has concocted one of his best novels so far with this tale of intrigue and extraordinarily bloody reckonings.
Matthew Rettenmund revisits Madonna twenty years after first paying tribute to her life and career in his latest, all encompassing, immeasurably impressive edition of facts, figures and fodder about the pop icon.
Debbie Reynolds revs her memories up to an unfathomable star-studded degree in the glories of life in the business of "show." This is where Debbie Reynolds shines with a fine comic degree and cum laude in laughter.
This isn't so much an autobiography as an ode of gratitude to her life lived travelling. It is personal, poignant and utterly devoted to the women and men who transported Steinem to be the person she is today.
New Yorker cartoon editor Bob Mankoff's life in cartoons is both a captivating autobiography and an insightful, behind-the-scenes look at humor and publishing.
Abrams books delivers another fascinating and beautiful chunk of "Star Wars" history with its detailed look at the iconic trading cards from the first film.