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Michael and Me: The Untold Story of Michael Jackson’s Secret Romance
By Blackstone Audio, Inc.
4.7 out of 5 stars with 77 reviews
More than seven years after his death, Michael Jackson continues to fascinate the world. Shana Mangatal was one of Jackson's only constant and true rocks of stability for nearly two decades. Their relationship was quiet and sweet and real - a closely guarded secret, known only to a few trusted employees and friends. Shana is now coming forward to tell their love story. Her story is rich with every little detail. She witnessed the scandals, lawsuits, the release of groundbreaking albums and
I Should Have Honor: A Memoir of Hope and Pride in Pakistan
4.7 out of 5 stars with 61 reviews
A fearless memoir about tribal life in Pakistan - and the act of violence that inspired one ambitious young woman to pursue a life of activism and female empowerment
''Khalida Brohi understands the true nature of honor. She is fearless in her pursuit of justice and equality.'' (Malala Yousafzai, winner of the Nobel Peace Prize)
From a young age, Khalida Brohi was raised to believe in the sanctity of arranged marriage. Her mother was forced to marry a 13-year-old boy when she was only nine;
Fast into the Night: A Woman, Her Dogs, and Their Journey North on the Iditarod Trail
4.0 out of 5 stars with 78 reviews
At age 47, a mother of two, Debbie Moderow was not your average musher in the Iditarod, but that's where she found herself when, less than 200 miles from the finish line, her dogs decided they didn't want to run anymore. After all her preparation, after all the careful management of her team, and after their running so well for over a week, the huskies balked. But the sting of not completing the race after coming so far was nothing compared to the disappointment Moderow felt in having lost
Travels with Myself and Another
4.3 out of 5 stars with 63 reviews
Including a foreword by Bill Buford, Travels With Myself and Another rediscovers the voice of an extraordinary woman.
''Martha Gellhorn was so fearless in a male way, and yet utterly capable of making men melt,'' writes New Yorker literary editor Bill Buford. As a journalist, Gellhorn covered every military conflict from the Spanish Civil War to Vietnam and Nicaragua. She also bewitched Eleanor Roosevelt's secret love and enraptured Ernest Hemingway with her courage as they dodged shell fire
Talking as Fast as I Can: From Gilmore Girls to Gilmore Girls (and Everything in Between)
4.7 out of 5 stars with 46 reviews
In her first work of nonfiction, the beloved star of Gilmore Girls and Parenthood recounts her experiences on Gilmore Girls - the first and second times - and shares stories about life, love, and working in Hollywood. This collection of essays is written in the intimate, hilarious, and down-to-earth voice that made her novel, Someday, Someday, Maybe, a New York Times best seller.
''This book contains some stories from my life: the awkward growing up years, the confusing dating years, the
Sum It Up: A Thousand and Ninety-Eight Victories, a Couple of Irrelevant Losses, and a Life in Perspective
4.7 out of 5 stars with 100 reviews
Pat Summitt, the all-time winningest coach in NCAA basketball history and best-selling author of Reach for the Summitt and Raise the Roof, tells for the first time her remarkable story of victory and resilience as well as facing down her greatest challenge: early-onset Alzheimer's disease.
Pat Summitt was only 21 when she became head coach of the Tennessee Vols women's basketball team. For 38 years, she has broken records, winning more games than any NCAA team in basketball history. She has
Once Upon a Secret: My Affair with President John F. Kennedy and Its Aftermath
4.0 out of 5 stars with 116 reviews
In the summer of 1962, 19-year-old Mimi Beardsley arrived by train in Washington, D.C., to begin an internship in the White House press office. The Kennedy Administration had reinvigorated the capital and the country - and Mimi was eager to contribute. For a young woman from a privileged but sheltered upbringing, the job was the chance of a lifetime. Although she started as a lowly intern, Mimi made an impression on Kennedy's inner circle and, after just three days at the White House, she was