My Additional Books
Amanda Knox: Waiting to Be Heard
New York Times bestselling memoir Waiting To Be Heard tells the story of Amanda Knox’s wrongful arrest, imprisonment, and eventual release. In the afterword to this newly issued paperback edition, Knox updates readers on her life since her return home to Seattle in 2011 and what it was like to be found guilty a second time in 2014. Exonerated by the Italian Supreme Court in March 2015, she can finally put her ordeal to rest.
Hillary Clinton: Dear Socks, Dear Buddy
In this warm and engaging book written when she was First Lady, Hillary Clinton suggests ways parents can help their children initiate and enjoy the experience of writing and receiving letters, shares her family’s (and pets’) experiences in the White House, and explains how letters to Socks and Buddy are received, sorted, and answered at the U.S. Soldiers’ and Airmen’s Home in Washington, DC.
George Foreman’s Guide to Life
George Foreman knows what it’s like to get knocked down—in the ring and in life—and he knows how to get back up again. Two-time heavyweight boxing champion of the world, he knows what it takes to succeed. He has a wealth of life experience to share, and in George Foreman’s Guide to Life: How to Get Up Off the Canvas When Life Knocks You Down he does just that.
Andrew Cuomo: All Things Possible
In All Things Possible: Setbacks and Success in Politics and Life—a personal story of duty, family, justice, politics, and resilience—current New York Governor Andrew Cuomo reflects on his rise, fall, and rise in politics. His full and frank memoir recounts Cuomo’s defining personal and political moments and the tough but necessary lessons he has learned along the way.
George McGovern: What It Means to Be a Democrat
What It Means to Be a Democrat, published less than a year before the former presidential candidate’s death in 2012, is a call to arms that combines personal anecdotes and cultural critiques to remind liberals of their ideological compass and restore confidence in this complicated political season.
Nicholas F. Brady: A Way of Going
“We all have a first time in which we learn something that, later, makes a difference in how we think,” Nicholas Brady writes in his memoir, A Way of Going. “When I was eighteen, I had little self-confidence and even less of a sense of where I was headed. Now that I’m in my seventies, I am comfortable coming to my own conclusions. This book is about the lessons I’ve learned and the principles I’ve adopted as I’ve gone along.”
James Carville: We’re Right, They’re Wrong
In this 1996 New York Times bestseller, James Carville, chief strategist of Clinton’s 1992 War Room, puts the Democrats on the offensive in We’re Right, They’re Wrong: A Handbook for Spirited Progressives, a no-holds-barred response to the Republican “Contract with America.”