Biography & Autobiography, Rich & Famous
After the Mathis Maxims
A Quarter Century of Love, Life and Travel by Larry L. Mathis
When he retired early at age 54 from his position as president and chief executive officer of Houston Methodist healthcare system, Larry Mathis wrote the book, The Mathis Maxims: Lessons in Leadership. It became a best seller in the healthcare ...
"Drop the Baby; put a Veil on the Broad!"
Marisa Pavan's story by Margaux Soumoy
THIS IS THE FIRST biography ever written about Italian-born French actress, dancer, singer, and producer Marisa Pavan, who acquired fame during the Golden Age of Hollywood in the 1950s and in American television in the 1960s and 1970s. Pavan is the ...
Us and Them
Canada, Canadians and The Beatles by John Robert Arnone
Us and Them chronicles the depth to which Canada and Canadians were part of The Beatles’ story—their formation, growth and break up. Entertaining and well researched, Us and Them places John, Paul, George and Ringo as a band and as solo artists in ...
Once Upon a Red Eye
Life on the Road with Gordon Lightfoot by Richard Harison
Once Upon a Red Eye is a compelling memoir that offers rare insight into the behind-the-scenes life of a Canadian musical icon. Here are the colourful recountings of Richard Harison, who spent a dozen years serving as Gordon Lightfoot’s road/stage ...