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When the Titanic started sinking, who would make it off alive? The two cousins who had been so eager to see their first iceberg? The maid who desperately tried to escape with the baby in her care? The young newlyweds who’d booked passage despite warnings not to?…

Seven Men

by Elizabeth Kaye

|October 12, 2011

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Elizabeth Kaye spent decades as a lauded profile writer, interviewing the 20th century’s most interesting people for publications such as Esquire , Rolling Stone , and the New York Times . In Seven Men , she turns the microscope on herself, and examines both life…

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For centuries, horses have been admired for their beauty, grace, and physical power. These magnificent animals act as teachers, mentors, and pure inspiration to those who love and admire them. The Tao of Horses is a unique book that shows how horses can serve as…

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A career-spanning anthology from the author of the #1 New York Times bestseller, Lifeboat No. 8 . Robert De Niro. Kobe Bryant. Sylvester Stallone. Ted Kennedy. Mike Tyson. Anthony Hopkins. Over the past quarter century, no woman has profiled a wider variety of…

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A remarkable memoir by Miss Iowa USA Abbey Curran about living with cerebral palsy, competing in Miss USA, and her inspiring work with young women who have disabilities. Abbey Curran was born with cerebral palsy, but early on she resolved to never let it limit…

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When you have a very famous father, like mine, everyone thinks they know him. My dad, Larry Hagman, portrayed the storied, ruthless oilman J.R. on the TV series Dallas . He was the man everyone loved to hate, but he had a personal reputation for being a nice guy…