Clues for: Nonfiction

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"Apple", "Cancer" & "Legacy" are chapters in a biography about him, "The Man Who Thought Different" (Steve) Jobs 200 December 7, 2021
Edward Gibbon's historical work "The Decline and Fall of" this was published in 6 volumes between 1776 & 1788 Roman Empire 600 December 7, 2021
"The Immortal Life of" this woman tells how her HeLa cells aided medical research, without her knowledge or consent Henrietta Lacks 800 December 7, 2021
He wrote "Between the World and Me", about racial injustice, in the form of a letter to his teenage son Ta-Nehisi Coates 1000 December 7, 2021
This bestselling memoir about a woman's quest to find balance in her life was published in Spanish as "Come, reza, ama" <i>Eat, Pray, Love</i> December 7, 2021
Timothy Winegard's 2019 book about this insect is subtitled "A Human History of Our Deadliest Predator" the mosquito 200 July 1, 2021
In her book about this punctuation mark, Cecelia Watson wrote, "Big ideas are distilled down to a few winking drops of ink" the semicolon 400 July 1, 2021
"Over the Top" is a memoir by JVN, short for this grooming expert on Netflix's "Queer Eye" Jonathan Van Ness 600 July 1, 2021
"The Monk of Mokha" tells of a man hoping to revive this country's art of coffee making Yemen 800 July 1, 2021
This author's first major book was 1742's "A Short Treatise on the Game of Whist" Edmond Hoyle July 1, 2021
Milton Friedman's 1962 book titled this economic -ism "& Freedom" says that the first is tied to the second capitalism 200 February 9, 2021
A surprise 2020 bestseller, "The Book of" these fish admits, "they're slimy and slithery, look like snakes..." eels 400 February 9, 2021
Tom Lutz wrote a history of these products of emotion, like those of Isis that brought her brother Osiris back to life tears 800 February 9, 2021
Thomas Merton's "The Seven Storey Mountain" is his faithful account of joining this order of silent monks the Trappists 1000 February 9, 2021
"Looking for" her chronicles many who have held the title, like Yolande Betbeze, who refused to model swimsuits Miss America February 9, 2021
"Khe Sanh" is a section in "Dispatches", Michael Herr's 1977 memoir of this war Vietnam 200 January 11, 2021
One chapter in this book by Stephen Hawking is "The Origin & Fate of the Universe" <i>A Brief History of Time</i> 400 January 11, 2021
In "A Grief Observed", he left the land of Narnia to grapple with his feelings of loss after his wife's death C.S. Lewis 600 January 11, 2021
This biologist wrote the classics "Silent Spring" & "The Sea Around Us" Carson 1000 January 11, 2021
Oliver Sacks wrote about patients who recovered from a sleeping sickness in this book that became a Robert De Niro movie <i>Awakenings</i> January 11, 2021
"The Power Broker" by Robert Caro is a biography of Robert Moses, an official who guided the growth of this city for 4 decades New York 200 May 18, 2020
The remarkable story of these vote-seekers from 100 years ago in Great Britain is told in "Rise Up, Women!" the suffragettes 400 May 18, 2020
"The Fatal Shore" by Robert Hughes chronicles this nation's founding as a product of the British penal system Australia 600 May 18, 2020
Richard Preston's "The Hot Zone" examines "the terrifying true story of the origins of" this deadly African virus Ebola 800 May 18, 2020
In a 2016 work Nigel Cawthorne recounts "The Life-Long Feud" between these 2 inventors "that Electrified the World" Tesla and Edison May 18, 2020
"Dead Wake", about the 1915 sinking of this ship by a U-boat, appeared in 2015 the <i>Lusitania</i> 200 May 2, 2019
This model who tells us her last name rhymes with "Bye, then!" has given us 2 "Cravings" cookbooks Chrissy Teigen 400 May 2, 2019
It's Laura Hillenbrand's bestseller about "an Olympian's journey from airman to cast-away to captive" <i>Unbroken</i> 800 May 2, 2019
"Bad Blood" covers the rise & fall of this woman & her blood-testing company Theranos, once the darling of investors (Elizabeth) Holmes 1000 May 2, 2019
Mark Kurlansky wrote a whole book on the history of this, "the only rock we eat" salt May 2, 2019
"Uncommon Grounds" tells of how this beverage "transformed our world" coffee 200 March 11, 2019
Historian Holger Hoock's "Scars of Independence" pulls no punches & asserts that this conflict was not a festive musical the American Revolution 400 March 11, 2019
The actual 1948 kidnapping of 11-year-old Sally Horner is the subject of "the real" this fictional girl Lolita 600 March 11, 2019
The complex life & legacy of this late Venezuelan leader is explored in Rory Carroll's "Comandante" Hugo Chávez 1000 March 11, 2019
A book about this body is subtitled "The Rise & Fall of America's Favorite Planet" Pluto March 11, 2019
In "Word by Word", Kory Stamper tells "The Secret Life of" these reference books from Merriam-Webster dictionaries 200 January 28, 2019
As CEO, Howard Schultz wrote "Onward" about this coffee behemoth Starbucks 400 January 28, 2019
"The Gatekeepers" examines how the men with this title, like Rahm Emanuel & Dick Cheney, define every presidency chief of staff 600 January 28, 2019
This hashtag is the title of a memoir by David & Lauren Hogg, students at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School <i>#NeverAgain</i> 800 January 28, 2019
"Seabiscuit", a colossal bestseller, was her first book Laura Hillenbrand 1000 January 28, 2019
In the title of Joseph Campbell's study of world mythology, "The Hero" has this many faces a thousand 400 January 10, 2019
A bestseller long after Zora Neale Hurston's death, "Barracoon" is about the last one of these ships to reach America slave ships 600 January 10, 2019
"The Great" this 9-letter word is the story of the 1918 pandemic that killed as many as 50 million influenza 800 January 10, 2019
A Hulu miniseries of the same name was based on this Lawrence Wright book subtitled "Al-Qaeda and the Road to 9/11" <i>The Looming Tower</i> 1000 January 10, 2019
After profiling Diana, Andrew Morton wrote about "A Hollywood Princess", this 2018 bride (Meghan) Markle 200 September 14, 2018
"A Curious Man" is a biography of this "Believe It or Not!" cartoonist Ripley 400 September 14, 2018
"Promise Me, Dad" is a 2017 memoir by this former vice president Joe Biden 600 September 14, 2018
In Chapter 1 of this memoir, Solomon Northup says he was "happily rescued" from bondage in January 1853 <i>12 Years a Slave</i> 800 September 14, 2018
"The Last Castle" takes readers inside this largest residence in the U.S., once a Vanderbilt home the Biltmore 1000 September 14, 2018
Joshua Zeitz' study of the 1920s & how its women shaped U.S. culture has this name, like a fashionable woman of that era <i>Flapper</i> 200 July 25, 2018
Lynne Truss bemoans the state of modern punctuation in this bestseller <i>Eats, Shoots & Leaves</i> 600 July 25, 2018
Her "Blue Nights" tells of coping with the death of her daughter Quintana Roo Dunne Joan Didion 800 July 25, 2018
Randy Shilts wrote a Harvey Milk bio "And" this book whose title implies lack of response to the AIDS crisis <i>And the Band Played On</i> 1000 July 25, 2018
This book published in 1611 is the subject of the recent work "God's Secretaries" the King James Bible July 25, 2018
"The River of Doubt" documents a journey he took on the Amazon after his 1912 election defeat Teddy Roosevelt 200 January 12, 2016
"Vera" is a biography of his mrs., without whom he would not have written novels like "Pale Fire" & "Lolita" (Vladimir) Nabokov 400 January 12, 2016
"The Everything Store" is subtitled this man "and the Age of Amazon" (Jeff) Bezos 600 January 12, 2016
"Dead Wake" chronicles the last crossing of this luxury liner, sunk en route to Liverpool from New York the <i>Lusitania</i> 800 January 12, 2016
"Between the Dying and the Dead" chronicles this doctor's "Life and the Battle to Legalize Euthanasia" Kevorkian 1000 January 12, 2016
Falconry hobbyist Helen MacDonald called her memoir of bereavement "H is for" this bird Hawk 200 October 26, 2015
Mark Twain gave a nonfiction account of his travels to Europe in the work called these people "Abroad" Innocents 400 October 26, 2015
Vincent Bugliosi wrote about prosecuting the Manson murders in this bestseller with a rhyming title <i>Helter Skelter</i> 600 October 26, 2015
In an 1849 essay he wrote, "I heartily accept the motto 'That government is best which governs least'" (Henry David) Thoreau 800 October 26, 2015
Naturally, Philip Glass titled his autobiography "Words Without" this Music October 26, 2015
Annie Glenn, Rene Carpenter & Trudy Cooper are 3 of a title group: the "club" of these men's wives astronauts\' wives 200 January 17, 2014
The Countess of Carnarvon tells the story of "Lady Almina and the real" this PBS title home Downton Abbey 400 January 17, 2014
(I'm New York Times reporter James Risen.) In 2003 I co-authored "The Main Enemy: The Inside Story of the CIA's Final Showdown with" this rival spy organization that no longer exists KGB 600 January 17, 2014
Nik of this "flying" family wrote the memoir "Balance", about "life on the line" the Wallendas 1000 January 17, 2014
It's the rhyming title of the book about "how a gang of fame-obsessed teens ripped off Hollywood" "The Bling Ring" January 17, 2014
"Going Clear" is subtitled this religion, "Hollywood, and the Prison of Belief" Scientology 200 July 10, 2013
In her memoir "My Beloved World", this Supreme Court justice recalls growing up in a Bronx housing project Sotomayor 400 July 10, 2013
"War Admiral" & "All Four of His Legs Are Broken" are chapters in this book by Laura Hillenbrand <i>Seabiscuit</i> 600 July 10, 2013
Time called this handbook by Strunk & White one of the 100 best & most influential books written in English since 1923 <i>The Elements of Style</i> 800 July 10, 2013
This pastor has written the inspirational books "Become a Better You" and "Your Best Life Begins Each Morning" (Joel) Osteen 1000 July 10, 2013
After killing this outlaw, Pat Garrett co-wrote the first biography of him Billy the Kid 200 May 16, 2013
Alex Haley wrote much of "The Autobiography of" this 1960s African-American leader Malcolm X 400 May 16, 2013
"The Virtue of Selfishness", a 1964 collection of essays by this woman, is a favorite of young conservatives Ayn Rand 600 May 16, 2013
Elaine Pagels explored "Lost" books of the New Testament in "The Gnostic" these gospels 800 May 16, 2013
"The Doors of Perception" were opened for this novelist in 1953 when he wrote a true account of his drug use (Aldous) Huxley 1000 May 16, 2013
In this mega-bestseller, Mitch Albom recounts his weekly visits with his dying college professor <i>Tuesdays with Morrie</i> 200 February 9, 2012
This late first lady's "Historic Conversations on Life With" her husband was a No. 1 bestseller in 2011 Jackie Kennedy 400 February 9, 2012
His "A Brief History of Time" is subtitled "From the Big Bang to Black Holes" Stephen Hawking 600 February 9, 2012
Dee Brown's classic "Indian History of the American West" is called "Bury my Heart at" this place <i>Wounded Knee</i> 1000 February 9, 2012
Sebastian Junger re-creates the final hours of a fishing boat during a devastating nor'easter in this bestseller <i>The Perfect Storm</i> February 9, 2012
In a book subtitled "A Biography of the World's Most Famous Equation", the equation is this <i>E = <i>mc</i><sup>2</sup> 200 June 10, 2011
It holds the record in its own record book as the bestselling copyrighted nonfiction book of all time the <i>Guinness Book of World Records</i> 400 June 10, 2011
"Have A Little Faith: A True Story" was a 2009 bestseller by this "Tuesdays with Morrie" author (Mitch) Albom 600 June 10, 2011
"Against All Odds" is this current Massachusetts senator's tale of overcoming a childhood of beatings & worse Scott Brown 800 June 10, 2011
Published posthumously in 1977, "American Hunger" is a continuation of his "Black Boy" autobiography (Richard) Wright 1000 June 10, 2011
Bob Woodward's "The Secret Man" was rushed to print after this Watergate informant revealed himself Mark Felt 200 May 10, 2010
In his autobiography "Speak, Memory", he called "Lolita" "a painful birth, a difficult baby" Nabokov 400 May 10, 2010
In 2005 he published an updated, easier to understand "Briefer History of Time" Hawking 600 May 10, 2010
Completes the titles of diet books by Dr. Barry Sears: "The ____", "A Week in the ____" & "What to Eat in the ____" Zone 1000 May 10, 2010
The 2009 Pulitzer for history went to Annette Gordon-Reed for "The Hemingses of" this home Monticello May 10, 2010
David McCullough's 2005 book covering the military side of a momentous time is titled this revolutionary year <i>1776</i> 200 February 15, 2010
The title of Tom Coyne's golf memoir "Paper" this pays homage to George Plimpton's "Paper Lion" <i>Tiger</i> 400 February 15, 2010
A history of early Christianity, "Beyond Belief" is subtitled "The Secret Gospel of" this doubting apostle <i>Thomas</i> 600 February 15, 2010
Nora Ephron is humorously self-deprecating in her memoir called "I Feel Bad About" this part of her body <i>My Neck</i> 800 February 15, 2010
"Endurance" & "Shipwreck at the Bottom of the World" chronicle this Brit's ill-fated 1914 expedition Sir Ernest Shackleton 1000 February 15, 2010
"Mr. S: My Life with" this Rat Packer is George Jacobs' look at his 15 years as the singer's valet Frank Sinatra 200 April 15, 2008
"It's Not About the Bike" tells the story of his athletic career & his struggle with cancer Lance Armstrong 400 April 15, 2008
Rheta Grimsley Johnson titled a 1989 biography "Good Grief: The Story of" this cartoonist Charles Schulz 600 April 15, 2008
His work "Into the Wild" became a 2007 hit film directed by Sean Penn John Krakauer 800 April 15, 2008
This minister's "The Purpose-Driven Life" was the top nonfiction bestseller of both 2003 & 2004 Rick Warren 1000 April 15, 2008
This mega-bestseller by John Gray is touted as "the classic guide to understanding the opposite sex" <i>Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus</i> 200 June 7, 2007
Oprah chose for her book club "The Measure of a Man: A Spiritual Autobiography" by this Oscar winner Sidney Poitier 400 June 7, 2007
The first edition of this book about the body was published in 1858 with 750 pages & 363 figures <i>Gray\'s Anatomy</i> 600 June 7, 2007
Her "The Sea Around Us" was among the top 10 nonfiction bestsellers for 1951 & 1952 Rachel Carson 800 June 7, 2007
Oliver Sacks shared some of his fascinating neurological cases in "The Man Who Mistook His Wife For A" this hat 1000 June 7, 2007
"Night" is this Nobel Peace Prize winner's account of surviving Auschwitz as a teenager Elie Wiesel 200 May 15, 2006
Columnist Anna Quindlen wrote "A Short Guide to" one of these <i>a Happy Life</i> 400 May 15, 2006
Hunter S. Thompson found fear and loathing "in Las Vegas" & "on" this "Trail" in the title of a 1973 book <i>the Campaign Trail</i> 600 May 15, 2006
Grammar is hot! This bestseller is Lynne Truss' "Zero Tolerance Approach to Punctuation" <i>Eats, Shoots & Leaves</i> 800 May 15, 2006
Augusten Burroughs put the "fun" in dysfunctional with his memoir called "Running with" these <i>Scissors</i> 1000 May 15, 2006
In 1995 John Gray had 2 books on the top 10 list of the year: "Mars and Venus in the Bedroom" at No. 7 & this one at No. 1 <i>Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus</i> 200 December 30, 2005
In 1965 Johnny Carson wrote "Happiness is a Dry Martini"; 3 years earlier, Charles Schulz wrote "Happiness is" this <i>a Warm Puppy</i> 400 December 30, 2005
"My Stroke of Luck" was this famed actor's account of his recovery from a 1996 stroke Kirk Douglas 600 December 30, 2005
The No. 1 nonfiction book of 1948 was "Crusade in Europe" by this American general Eisenhower 1000 December 30, 2005
This 1988 bestseller was subtitled "From the Big Bang to Black Holes" <i>A Brief History of Time</i> December 30, 2005
"My Life", his hotly anticipated memoir, was released June 22, 2004 Bill Clinton 200 October 26, 2004
(Hi. I'm Bob Woodward.) In 1976 Carl Bernstein & I published "The Final Days" about his last days in office Nixon 400 October 26, 2004
"Greek Fire" is "The Story of Maria Callas and" him Onassis 600 October 26, 2004
Dr. Spock's classic was originally titled "The Common Sense Book of" this <i>Baby and Child Care</i> 800 October 26, 2004
He had a 2004 bestseller with "Against All Enemies: Inside America's War on Terror" Richard Clarke 1000 October 26, 2004
Seymour Hersh's "The Dark Side of Camelot" examines this president's administration & private life John F. Kennedy 200 June 21, 2004
This radio personality bared all in his 1993 book "Private Parts" Howard Stern 400 June 21, 2004
No question about it, after 30 years this "Practical Manual for Job-Hunters & Career-Changers" is still flying high <i>What Color Is Your Parachute?</i> 600 June 21, 2004
2003's "I Am a Soldier, Too" tells her story, including that of her capture & rescue Jessica Lynch 800 June 21, 2004
In 1957 E.B. White was called in to edit this professor's "The Elements of Style" William Strunk (Jr.) 1000 June 21, 2004
Gavin Menzies makes a big claim for Admiral Zheng He in "1421: The Year" this nation "Discovered America" China 200 February 23, 2004
It's the eating implement on the cover of Adam Bellow's "In Praise of Nepotism" a silver spoon 400 February 23, 2004
"The Art of Happiness" is a dialogue between Dr. Howard Cutler & this Buddhist the Dalai Lama 600 February 23, 2004
In 1961 Julia Child started a culinary revolution when she published "Mastering the Art of" this French Cooking 800 February 23, 2004
Her books include "Treason" & "Slander: Liberal Lies About the American Right" (Ann) Coulter 1000 February 23, 2004
In 2002 his "Journals" were published, filled with drawings, lyrics & his plans for his band Nirvana Kurt Cobain 200 May 29, 2003
Edited by H. Paul Jeffers, "The Bully Pulpit" is a collection of quotations by this president Theodore Roosevelt 400 May 29, 2003
In 1901 Booker T. Washington published his now-classic autobiography "Up from" this Slavery 600 May 29, 2003
He's the killer in Patricia Cornwell's bestseller "Portrait of a Killer"; Case Closed Jack the Ripper 1000 May 29, 2003
"On Sunset Boulevard" is a book about "The Life and Times of" this famous film director Billy Wilder May 29, 2003
In 1997 jokes sent in to her TV talk show were collected in "Kids Are Punny" Rosie O\'Donnell 200 March 4, 2002
In September 2001 2 books of his prophecies were's top-selling paperback nonfiction books Nostradamus 400 March 4, 2002
Ruth Benedict's "The Chrysanthemum and the Sword" is a classic study of this country's culture Japan 600 March 4, 2002
"When you look like your passport photo, it's time to go home", at least according to a 1991 bestseller by this humorist Erma Bombeck 800 March 4, 2002
David Herbert Donald won a 1988 Pulitzer Prize for "Look Homeward: A Life of" this author Thomas Wolfe March 4, 2002
In "Flags of Our Fathers", you can read about the 6 men who raised the flag on this Japanese island Iwo Jima 200 January 1, 2002
In several books including "The Game for a Lifetime" Harvey Penick shared words of wisdom on this sport golf 400 January 1, 2002
"Working Days" is a compilation of the journals he kept while writing "The Grapes of Wrath" John Steinbeck 600 January 1, 2002
This photo book featuring a not-so-reverent Madonna coincided with the release of her "Erotica" album <i>Sex</i> 800 January 1, 2002
Lawrence Schiller's 1999 book "Perfect Murder, Perfect Town" focused on the life & death of this little girl JonBenét Ramsey 1000 January 1, 2002
"The Greatest Generation Speaks" is a collection of letters inspired by this newsman's 1998 bestseller Tom Brokaw 100 January 26, 2001
Frank McCourt tells about growing up in the slums of Ireland in this Pulitzer Prize-winning memoir "Angela\'s Ashes" 200 January 26, 2001
On his own he wrote "Veil" & "Wired"; with Carl Bernstein he wrote "All The President's Men" Bob Woodward 300 January 26, 2001
Shout Hallelujah! Come on "Get Happy", Gerald Clarke's biography of this entertainer Judy Garland 400 January 26, 2001
As you might "Expect", this book, first published in 1984, is the top pregnancy guide for moms-to-be "What to Expect When You\'re Expecting" 500 January 26, 2001
David McCullough won a 1993 Pulitzer for his biography of this Missouri-born president Harry S. Truman 100 May 26, 2000
Clarissa Pinkola Estes encourages women to return to their "feral" roots in "Women Who Run With" these Wolves 200 May 26, 2000
An "Inaugural Edition" of this JFK book was a bestseller in 1963, the "Memorial Edition" in 1964 <i>Profiles in Courage</i> 300 May 26, 2000
Her "Aunt Erma's Cope Book" was the bestselling nonfiction book of 1979 Erma Bombeck 400 May 26, 2000
Nonfiction works by this attorney include "Reasonable Doubts" & "Chutzpah" Alan Dershowitz 500 May 26, 2000
This Dilbert canine's "Top Secret Management Handbook" is a humorous guide for executives Dogbert 100 May 21, 1998
"A Simple Path" is a compilation of this Nobel Prize-winning nun's thoughts & experiences Mother Teresa 200 May 21, 1998
In "Into Thin Air" Jon Krakauer said climbing this mountain "was primarily about enduring pain" Mount Everest 400 May 21, 1998
This slugger praises the "Oriole Way" of teaching baseball in "The Only Way I Know" Cal Ripken, Jr. 500 May 21, 1998
For the week of October 12, 1997, 3 of the top 4 New York Times paperback bestsellers were about her Princess Diana May 21, 1998
With the help of Anne Sullivan, her teacher, & John Macy, she published "The Story of My Life" in 1902 Helen Keller 100 March 10, 1998
Without a doubt, her "Without A Doubt" sheds new light on the O.J. Simpson trial Marcia Clark 200 March 10, 1998
His Standard Oil Co. came under attack in the 1894 book "Wealth Against Commonwealth" John D. Rockefeller 300 March 10, 1998
"The Carpenter's Apprentice" tells of this former president & his work with Habitat For Humanity Jimmy Carter 400 March 10, 1998
Famous for his "Filmgoer's Companion", he also wrote an autobiography, "Seats in All Parts" Leslie Halliwell 500 March 10, 1998
This Chicago Bull bares all & talks about his relationship with Madonna in his book "Bad As I Wanna Be" Dennis Rodman 100 February 25, 1997
In 1996 Jack Canfield & Mark Hansen cooked up "A 3rd Serving Of" this "for the soul" Chicken Soup 200 February 25, 1997
In "The Demon-Haunted World", this astronomer examines the evidence for unexplainable phenomena Carl Sagan 300 February 25, 1997
This CNN host shares "The Secrets of Good Communication" in "How To Talk To Anyone, Anytime, Anywhere" Larry King 400 February 25, 1997
For those who aren't afraid to ask, she provides the answers in "Sex For Dummies" Dr. Ruth Westheimer 500 February 25, 1997
"Linda's Kitchen" is a vegetarian cookbook by this wife of a former Beatle McCartney 100 September 2, 1996
Robert K. Massie concluded his saga of this royal couple in "The Romanovs: The Final Chapter" Nicholas & Alexandra 200 September 2, 1996
This Microsoft CEO talks about the future of computers in his bestseller "The Road Ahead" Bill Gates 300 September 2, 1996
This family of anthropologists is the subject of the biography "Ancestral Passions" the Leakeys 400 September 2, 1996
"Years of Upheaval" is his personal account of foreign affairs during President Nixon's 2nd term Henry Kissinger 500 September 2, 1996
In "All The President's Men", Woodward & Bernstein relate how they investigated this scandal Watergate 100 November 23, 1993
John Reed's "Ten Days That Shook the World" is an account of this country's 1917 revolution Russia 200 November 23, 1993
The American edition of her "Dog Training My Way" was published in 1972 Barbara Woodhouse 300 November 23, 1993
This tennis great who passed away in 1993 left behind the memoir "Days Of Grace" Arthur Ashe 400 November 23, 1993
"Reversal Of Fortune", this attorney's book about the von Bulow case, was the basis for a 1990 film Alan Dershowitz 500 November 23, 1993
Dee Brown's Indian history of the American west is called "Bury My Heart at" this place Wounded Knee 100 February 4, 1991
In 1941, a collection of his speeches was published under the title "Blood, Sweat, & Tears" Winston Churchill 200 February 4, 1991
"Hit Men" is Frederick Dannon's 1990 book about powerbrokers and fast money inside this business Music Business 300 February 4, 1991
In "History of My Calamities", he wrote about his tragic romance with Heloise Abelard 400 February 4, 1991
This author of "Our Man in Havana" published a volume of his letters to the editor in 1990 Graham Greene 500 February 4, 1991
Fiction writer who titled his memoirs about his early days in Paris "A Moveable Feast" Ernest Hemingway 100 April 24, 1990
Historian Simon Schama wrote the '89 book "Citizens, A Chronicle Of" this 18th century event The French Revolution 200 April 24, 1990
He wrote "I Gave Them A Sword" based on his 1977 interviews with ex-president Richard Nixon David Frost 300 April 24, 1990
"The American Spelling Book" was the first part of his "A Grammatical Institute of the English Language" Noah Webster 400 April 24, 1990
He won a 1962 Pulitzer Prize for "The Making of the President 1960" Theodore White 500 April 24, 1990
With over 39 mil. copies sold, his "Baby & Child Care" is the top U.S. paperback of all time Dr. Spock 100 February 8, 1990
Her 1984 memoirs were entitled "First Lady from Plains" Rosalynn Carter 200 February 8, 1990
This 1848 book closes with the words "Workers of the world, unite!" <i>The Communist Manifesto</i> 300 February 8, 1990
Ernest Hemingway's 1932 book "Death in the Afternoon" is about this sport bullfighting 400 February 8, 1990
It was Linda Ellerbee's sign-off phrase on NBC News Overnight & the title of her 1986 book <i>And So It Goes</i> 500 February 8, 1990
Wolgemuth & Hyatt, a Christian publishing firm, released "Out of the Blue" by this Dodger pitcher & MVP Orel Hershiser 100 October 27, 1989
"Second Chances" is a long-term study of the effects of this family trauma on 60 families in California divorce 200 October 27, 1989
Justin Kaplan is editing a 16th edition of this book of familiar quotations which is due out in 1992 <i>Bartlett\'s Familiar Quotations</i> 300 October 27, 1989
He tells of his exploits in "7 Pillars of Wisdom" & in the abridged version, "Revolt in the Desert" T.E. Lawrence 400 October 27, 1989
The USSR banned the slaughter of wolves after the Russian version of this F. Mowat book appeared <i>Never Cry Wolf</i> 500 October 27, 1989