Climb aboard and discover how these two-wheeled wonders spawned subcultures that continue to flourish today. From early endurance contests that catapulted Harley-Davidson to fame to pulp novels...
Author: Smedman, LisaSummary:
Author: Mauldin, JohnSummary:
Mauldin asked 12 of today's most successful investors to share their most valuable investment secrets. The result is a dozen clearly written essays, distilling decades of financial experience into...
Author: Bing, StanleySummary:
Here, Bing chronicles the great city of Rome from its humble beginnings to its monumental collapse due to greed, in-fighting and general mismanagement. Rome, Inc. then becomes a powerful lesson...
Author: Bath, K. P.Summary:
Having escaped from Castle Cant during the Chewing Gum Rebellion, Lucy and Pauline try to elude their pursuers and one of the girls discovers a surprising truth about her parentage.
Author: Sutton, Robert I.Summary:
Dr. Robert Sutton spent years studying a phenomenon that almost everyone has experienced and/or participated in, while on the job: that breed of coworker specifically tasked with making work more...
Author: Trias de Bes, FernandoSummary:
AG and his family live in a smallish apartment with a not-so-smallish debt to the bank. But AG dreams of a different life and steps onto a path of exhilarating uncertainty.
Author: Paulsen, GarySummary:
'I am going to be cremated. I want you to take my ashes out alone on the Frog, out to sea alone, and leave me there. Take me to where you can't see land and scatter my ashes there on the water ''...
Author: DeSouza, LarSummary:
What do King Tut, Galileo, Crazy Horse, Bruce Lee, Chico Mendes, Elvis Presley, Bill Gates, Tiger Woods, and the Dalai Lama all have in common? They each left their mark on the world in a big way-...
Author: McMurtry, LarrySummary:
Cattleman Homer Bannon is a walking advertisement for traditional, old-frontier morals--in contrast to his stepson, Hud. Homer's grandson Lonnie is torn between emotions for his father and...
Author: Fishman, Ted C.Summary:
Fishman explains the astouding economic and political changes we face as our world suddenly grows old.