memoir

Featured Non-Fiction, 3/24

The Autobiography of a Hunted Priest is an easy-reading, engrossing account of that man’s adventures and achievements while serving underground as a Catholic priest in Elizabethan and Jacobean England. You’d never guess that it was originally written in Latin in 1606. As a Catholic priest, Gerard was forced to Read more

Featured Non-Fiction, 11/18

The Whale: In Search of the Giants of the Sea (originally published in the UK as Leviathan or, The Whale) is an eclectic book about a variety of things of which the unifying factor is whales. It’s a memoir of the author’s love of whales, his love of Moby Read more

Featured Non-Fiction, 11/4

The Eagle is the memoir/autobiography of Gen. Antonio L√≥pez de Santa Anna, sometime President and Dictator of Mexico. Originally written in his final exile in Nassau, the Bahamas, in the 1870s, the 1966 English edition was its first real time in print. If you’ve ever wanted to enter into Read more