Beginning with Eisenhower's decisive victory on D-Day, Michael Korda's ambitious new biography of the beloved general and two-term president shows us the man who won the war (and thereafter kept the peace) as we have not seen him before. Full of anecdote, it will be essential reading for all military history and American history buffs.
In this sequel to Never Have Your Dog Stuffed, the six-time Golden Globe winner reflects on his life after a near-fatal medical crisis. As in his previous memoir, Alda blends self-deprecating admissions, poignant reminiscences, and heartfelt tributes.
Her death in February 2007 gave her a posthumous fame that even her previous weird celebrity had not. But no matter how much you think you know about the late Anna Nicole -- the "dumb blonde" who took her case against her billionaire husband's family all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court -- you don't know the full story. Brace yourself.
With unprecedented access to all the key figures of this administration, Draper has achieved what no other journalist or contemporary historian has done thus far: he has told the story of the Bush White House from the inside, revealing how the personality of the president has affected the outcome of events.