Call Sign Chaos: Learning to Lead – Jim Mattis and Bing West

A clear-eyed account of learning how to lead in a chaotic world, by General Jim Mattis–the former Secretary of Defense and one of the most formidable strategic thinkers of our time–and Bing West, a former assistant secretary of defense and combat Marine. Call Sign Chaos is the account of Jim Mattis’s storied career, from wide-ranging leadership roles in three wars to ultimately commanding a quarter of a million troops across the Middle East. Along the way, Mattis recounts his foundational experiences as a leader, extracting the ...



Texas Flood: The Inside Story of Stevie Ray Vaughan – Alan Paul

The first definitive biography of guitar legend Stevie Ray Vaughan, with an epilogue by Jimmie Vaughan, and foreword and afterword by Double Trouble’s Chris Layton and Tommy Shannon. Just a few years after he almost died from a severe addiction to cocaine and alcohol, a clean and sober Stevie Ray Vaughan was riding high. His last album was his most critically lauded and commercially successful. He had fulfilled a lifelong dream by collaborating with his first and greatest musical hero, his brother Jimmie. His tumultuous ...



Filthy Rich: The Shocking True Story of Jeffrey Epstein – James Patterson

You’ve read the Jeffrey Epstein headlines, now get the full story. The world’s bestselling author, James Patterson, has written the definitive book on the billionaire pedophile at the center of the newly unsealed federal sex crimes case.   Jeffrey Epstein rose from humble origins into the New York City and Palm Beach elite. A college dropout with an instinct for numbers — and for people — Epstein amassed his wealth through a combination of access and skill. But even after he had it all, Epstein ...



Best of Enemies – Gus Russo

The thrilling story of two Cold War spies, CIA case officer Jack Platt and KGB agent Gennady Vasilenko — improbable friends at a time when they should have been anything but. In 1978, CIA maverick Jack Platt and KGB agent Gennady Vasilenko were new arrivals on the Washington, DC intelligence scene, with Jack working out of the CIA’s counterintelligence office and Gennady out of the Soviet Embassy. Both men, already notorious iconoclasts within their respective agencies, were assigned to seduce the other into betraying his ...



The Making of a Justice – John Paul Stevens

John Paul Stevens, 1920 – 2019. A masterful and personal account of life on the Supreme Court that offers a unique understanding of American history from one of the most prominent jurists of our time When Justice John Paul Stevens retired from the Supreme Court of the United States in 2010, he left a legacy of service unequaled in the history of the Court. During his thirty-four-year tenure, Justice Stevens was a prolific writer, authoring in total more than 1000 opinions. In THE MAKING OF ...



Iacocca: An Autobiography – Lee Iacocca

Lee Iacocca, 1924 – 2019. “Vintage Iacocca . . . He is fast-talking, blunt, boastful, and unabashedly patriotic. Lee Iacocca is also a genuine folk hero. . . . His career is breathtaking.”—Business Week He’s an American legend, a straight-shooting businessman who brought Chrysler back from the brink and in the process became a media celebrity, newsmaker, and a man many had urged to run for president. The son of Italian immigrants, Lee Iacocca rose spectacularly through the ranks of Ford Motor Company to become ...

A Physician’s Plight: A Memoir – Katherine Klein, M.D.

After making the mistake of a lifetime, Katherine Klein reminds us of how frivolous decisions in our early adult years can impact the rest of our lives. As Katherine remained in denial about her marriage, she embarked on a dedicated journey to become a doctor and a mother. Her obstacles in medical school and residency were challenging enough, but the nightmares intensified after she gained the strength and courage to leave the oppressive personal situation she lived under. Little did she know … the aftermath ...



Sex and Shopping: The Confessions of a Nice Jewish Girl – Judith Krantz

Judith Krantz, 1928 – 2019. Dear Reader, As I was about to start my eleventh novel, I abruptly realized that I was making a huge mistake. On the verge of launching into the imagined world of a twenty-eight-year-old, I felt an intense need to tell another story, the story of a woman I know through and through… a woman with more wealth of experience, a woman who’s seen more real glamour, known more fascinating people, lived in a world of more sophistication, and arrived at ...