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Air traffic : a memoir of ambition and manhood in America / Pardlo, Gregory.

African American authors -- Biography
African American poets -- Biography
Fathers and sons -- United States
Poets, American -- Biography
Authors, American -- Family relationships.
Pardlo, Gregory.
Pardlo, Gregory -- Family.

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Becoming a man / P. Carl, 1966-

"A remarkable, deeply moving memoir of one man's gender transition amid a pivotal political moment in America"--Provided by publisher.

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Richard, Duke of York : king by right / Lewis, Matthew.

A reassessment of Richard, Duke of York, who rebelled against his king, bringing bloody civil war to England. Father to two kings and an ancestor of the Tudor dynasty, Richard was a complex man who has been remembered as one whose ambition knew no bounds. This biography by Matthew Lewis challenges this long-accepted view, revealing a complex family man with unparalleled power and responsibilities.

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Second life of Tiger Woods / Bamberger, Michael

Golfers -- United States -- Biography
Woods, Tiger

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The escape artist / Fremont, Helen.

"Helen Fremont's bestselling memoir, After Long Silence, published in 1991 and still very much in print, vividly recounts her discovery in adulthood that her parents were not Catholics, as she thought (having herself been raised in that faith), but Jewish Holocaust survivors living invented lives. Not even their names were their own. In her frank, moving, and often surprisingly funny new memoir, Fremont delves even deeper into the family dynamic that produced such a startling devotion to secret-keeping. She begins her story with the discovery that she has been disinherited in her mother's will, her existence as a member of the family erased, and she writes with unflinching candor about growing up in a household whose members were devoted to hiding the truth. The younger and infinitely more pliant of two sisters, she was affected from early childhood by her family's obsessive focus on the unsteady mental health of her older sister, Lara, and by their alternating bouts of pushing away and demanding loyalty from her, all in service to supporting deep-seated family myths"--Provided by publisher.

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The House of Grey : friends & foes of kings / Thomas, Melita.

The Grey family was one of medieval England's most important dynasties. They were on intimate terms with the monarchs and interwoven with royalty by marriage. They served the kings of England as sheriffs, barons, and military leaders. Weaving the lives of these men and women from a single family, often different allegiances, into a single narrative, provides a vivid picture of the English medieval and Tudor court, reflecting how the personal was always political as individual relationships and rivalries for land, power, and money drove national events.

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The rural diaries : love, livestock, and big life lessons down on Mischief Farm / Morgan, Hilarie Burton
Love, livestock, and big life lessons down on Mischief Farm
"From the beloved actress Hilarie Burton Morgan comes her inspiring story of leaving Hollywood to buy a farm and candy shop in upstate New York with her husband Jeffrey Dean Morgan, celebrating community, family, and the value of hard work in small town America"--Provided by publisher.

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This is not a fashion story : taking chances, breaking rules, and being a boss in the big city / Bernstein, Danielle

Businesswomen -- United States -- Biography
Bernstein, Danielle
Success in business -- New York (State) -- New York.

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To Auschwitz and back : the Joe Engel story / Engel, Joe
To Auschwitz & back :
Tells the story of Polish Holocaust survivor Joe Engel, including his experiences of the Warsaw ghetto, the Birkenau and Auschwitz concentration camps, and his escape to become a freedom fighter.