Born into a family of slaves, Frederick Douglass educated himself through sheer determination. His unconquered will to triumph over his circumstances makes his one of America’s best and most unlikely success stories. Douglass’ own account of his journey from slave to one of America’s great statesmen, writers, and orators is as fascinating as it is inspiring. This Prestwick House Literary Touchstone Edition includes a glossary and reader’s notes to help the modern reader contend with Douglass’ nineteenth-century style and vocabulary. Read more

Jurgen Klopp; LFC Manager, fan favourite, and footballing genuis. Jurgen Klopp: The Biography is the definitive story of the successful manager, his tactical masterplans, and how he plans to take Liverpool back to the glory days.

‘What drives Jurgen Klopp, what is the secret of his success and how did he become a top coach? Elmar Nevelings book gives all the answers.’

‘An exiciting analysis of an authentic and strong personality, charismatic entertainer, inspirational and clever tactician.’ Read more

“The legacy of Barack Obama has become increasingly obvious since he left office. Terror attacks, Obamacare’s failure, and eight years of economic pain are just now getting reversed. Margolis and Noonan effectively catalog the cost of feckless and corrupt governance.” — Dick Morris, author of Power Grab: Obama’s Dangerous Plan for a One-Party Nation and Armageddon: How Trump Can Beat Hillary Read more

Sean Alemayehu Tewodros LinZy VII retraces his Family history of Abyssinian Lineage of Atse Negus Kassa Tewodros II, the Conquering Lion of Zyon, Judah. Negus of Ethiopia to the Spiritual Soul of Prince Son, Le’ul Dejazmatch Alemayehu Tewodros in England back to Ancient Abyssinia 1855 A.D. to 1879 A.D. The Historical accounts of Prince Alemayo Alemayehu Tewodros with Queen Alexandrina Victoria and Captain Trisham Charles Sawyer Speedy. Son of Atse Negus Kassa Tewodros II, Emperor King of Abyssinia and his Mother Empress Turiwork Wobe. Read more

“A brilliant and truly gripping biography.” –The New York Review of Books”Epic. . . .The best biography of Toussaint yet.” — The New York Times Book Review.

“Bell has stripped away the myths–demonology as well as hagiography–to give us a nuanced, sympathetic portrait of a complicated, tragic, but undeniably heroic figure.” — Minneapolis Star-Tribune.

An excellent introduction to one of the great, if elusive, personalities of history.” — The Boston Review. Read more

In boyhood, Louis Zamperini was an incorrigible delinquent. As a teenager, he channeled his defiance into running, discovering a prodigious talent that had carried him to the Berlin Olympics. But when World War II began, the athlete became an airman, embarking on a journey that led to a doomed flight on a May afternoon in 1943. When his Army Air Forces bomber crashed into the Pacific Ocean, against all odds, Zamperini survived, adrift on a foundering life raft. Ahead of Zamperini lay thousands of miles of open ocean, leaping sharks, thirst and starvation, enemy aircraft, and, beyond, a trial even greater. Driven to the limits of endurance, Zamperini would answer desperation with ingenuity; suffering with hope, resolve, and humor; brutality with rebellion. His fate, whether triumph or tragedy, would be suspended on the fraying wire of his will.

Unbroken is an unforgettable testament to the resilience of the human mind, body, and spirit, brought vividly to life by Seabiscuit author Laura Hillenbrand. Read more

“The first significant Marx biography in decades… Sperber details graphically the often-times scurrilous intrigues and competitive struggles, in doing so developing a panorama of a European-wide network of artisans, revolutionaries and intellectuals… In careful detail, [he] reconstructs the genesis of Marx’s works, the influences of David Ricardo and Adam Smith on Marx’s political economy, as well as his fascination with Darwin’s theories.”
– Alexander Cammann, author of Die Zeit Read more

An unforgettable revelation of the monstrous oddity that is Trump. No one has so vividly captured this “enigma, cipher, disruptor”, who didn’t want to be president and was horrified to find himself landed with the job. Whatever may become of Trump, this is a book that will endure as a picture of one of the defining figures of our age (John Gray New Statesman). Read more