St. Martins Press Winter 2014 by Macmillan

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st martin s press october 2013 behind the scenes at downton abbey emma rowley foreword by gareth neame a lavishly illustrated book full of images from the new season sure to delight the millions of devoted downton abbey fans gain unprecedented behindthescenes access to downton abbey in this official season 4 tiein book complete with neverbeforeseen photos giving fans insight into the making of the runaway hit performing arts television general st martin s press 10/29/2013 9781250047908 $29.99 $34.50 can hardback 288 pages carton qty 12 7.720 in w 9.340 in h 1.035 in t 1.000 lb wt includes color illustrations throughout other available formats ebook isbn 9781466848252 marketing expertly crafted with generous inside knowledge and facts this book will delve into the inspiration behind the details seen on screen the choice of locations the music and much more step inside the props cupboard or the hair and makeup truck and catch a glimpse of the secret backstage world indepth

thomas dunne books january 2014 the agent my 40year career making deals and changing the game leigh steinberg with michael arkush the reallife jerry maguire superagent leigh steinberg shares his personal stories on the rise fall and redemption of his gamechanging career in the highstakes world of professional sports leigh steinberg is renowned as one of the greatest sports agents in history representing such allpro clients as troy aikman bruce smith and ben roethlisberger over one particular sevenyear stretch steinberg represented the top nfl draft pick an unheard of six times director cameron crowe credits steinberg as a primary inspiration for the titular character in jerry maguire even hiring steinberg as a consultant on the film lightyears ahead of his contemporaries he expanded his players reach into entertainment already the bestselling author of a business book on negotiation the original superagent is now taking readers behind the closed doors of professional sports

st martin s press march 2014 talk like ted the 9 publicspeaking secrets of the world s top minds carmine gallo by revealing the top nine secrets of the most successful ted talks ever given bestselling author carmine gallo gives readers the ultimate guide to public speaking ted talks have redefined the elements of a successful presentation and become the gold standard for public speaking around the world ted and associated tedx conferences are held in more than 130 countries and are being viewed at a rate of 1.5 million times a day these are presentations that set the world on fire and the techniques that top ted speakers use are the same ones that will make any presentation more dynamic fire up any team and give anyone the confidence to overcome their fear of public speaking public speaking coach and bestselling author of the presentation secrets of steve jobs carmine gallo has broken down the top ted talks and interviewed the most popular ted presenters as well as the top researchers

st martin s press january 2014 lost lake sarah addison allen from the new york times bestselling author of garden spells comes a novel about heartbroken people finding hope at a magical place in georgia called lost lake suley georgia is home to lost lake cottages and not much else which is why it s the perfect place for newlywidowed kate and her eccentric eightyearold daughter devin to heal kate spent one memorable childhood summer at lost lake had her first almostkiss at lost lake and met a boy named wes at lost lake it was a place for dreaming but kate doesn t believe in dreams anymore and her aunt eby lost lake s owner wants to sell the place and move on lost lake s magic is gone as kate discovers that time has a way of standing still at lost lake can she bring the cottages and her heart back to life because sometimes the things you love have a funny way of turning up again and sometimes you never even know they were lost until they are found praise fiction contemporary women

st martin s press february 2014 one way out the inside history of the allman brothers band alan paul foreword by butch trucks afterword by jaimoe the first major biography of the legendary american rock and roll band with exclusive interviews and neverbeforeseen photos and memorabilia one way out is the powerful biography of the allman brothers band an oral history written with the band s participation and filled with original neverbefore published interviews as well as personal letters and correspondence this is undoubtedly the most indepth look at a legendary american rock band that has meant so much to so many for so long for twentyfive years alan paul has covered and written about the allman brothers band conducting hundreds of interviews riding the buses with them attending rehearsals and countless shows he has interviewed every living band member for this book as well as managers roadies and contemporaries including gregg allman dickey betts jaimoe butch trucks warren haynes

thomas dunne books march 2014 american saint the life of elizabeth seton joan barthel the definitive biography of elizabeth seton the first american saint and the founder of the first order of american nuns by the new york timesbestselling author of a death in canaan with a fo in this riveting biography of elizabeth seton critically acclaimed and bestselling author joan barthel tells the mesmerizing story of a woman whose life featured wealth and poverty passion and sorrow love and loss elizabeth was born into a prominent new york city family in 1774 her father was the chief health officer for the port of new york and she lived down the block from alexander hamilton she danced at george washington s sixtyfifth birthday ball wearing cream slippers monogrammed catholicism was illegal in new york when she was born catholic priests seen in the city were arrested sometimes hung when elizabeth and her wealthy husband will sailed to italy in a doomed attempt to cure his tuberculosis she and

st martin s press march 2014 seducing ingrid bergman chris greenhalgh a heartwrenching novel that captures the love affair between two unforgettable people ingrid bergman and photographer robert capa june 1945 in newly liberated paris battleravaged photographer robert capa is drowning his sorrows after ten years of recording horror and violence he longs for a diversion ingrid bergman has been sent to entertain the troops and when she walks into the ritz hotel capa is enchanted from the moment he slips a mischievous invitation to dinner under her door the two find themselves helplessly attracted ingrid tired of her passionless marriage and her controlling film studio is desperate for freedom and excitement and capa is willing to oblige dinners in caf├ęs he can t afford night walks along the seine dancing barefoot in nightclubs trysts in hotel rooms he brings her back to life and she fills the emptiness inside him full of the romantic glamour of postwar paris and hollywood seducing

thomas dunne books march 2014 the spicer diaries michael spicer reflections on thirtyfive years at the heart of british politics from an influential conservative politician who worked closely with both margaret thatcher and david cameron lord michael spicer has enjoyed a varied and remarkable political career by anyone s standards now in this revealing insightful and engaging book lord spicer shares neverbeforeheard stories of his time in british politics during three and a half decades as a conservative member of parliament spicer has held a plethora of essential political roles both within the party and in government including deputy chairman of the conservative party and chair of the highly influential 1922 committee as an influental member of the tory party lord spicer worked closely with both margaret thatcher and david cameron among other leaders in british politics including tony blair and john major and his diary takes readers behind the scenes to witness the close elections

st martin s press april 2014 keep quiet lisa scottoline from the new york times bestselling author of don t go a thriller about one father making a splitsecond decision to save his son and the consequences that follow jake whitmore is enjoying a rare bonding moment with his sixteenyearold son kurt when disaster strikes they get in a terrible car accident that threatens to derail not only kurt s chances at college but his entire future jake makes a splitsecond decision that saves his son from formal punishment but plunges them both into a world of guilt lies and secrecy just when jake thinks he has everything under control a malevolent outsider comes forward with the power to expose jake s secret and taunts him to the breaking point keep quiet is the powerful and gutwrenching tale of the unraveling and the ultimate redemption of a family praise fiction suspense st martin s press 4/8/2014 9781250010094 $27.99 $29.99 can hardback 352 pages carton qty 20 6.125 in w 9.250 in h

thomas dunne books smplead april 2014 xomb jeremy robinson the living dead go hightech in this explosive thriller from jeremy robinson who has been hailed as rivaling the best of james rollins clive cussler and matthew reilly associated press a rising talent robinson is wellknown in the community of action/adventure fans and has received amazing quotes in the past from big name authors like james rollins steve berry and scott sigler xomb has a great hook that is also an amazing plot twist and is poised to bring him to the next level freeman is a genius with an uncommon mixture of memory intelligence and creativity he lives in a worldwide utopia but it was not always so there was a time known as the grindwhen freeman s people lived as slaves to another race referred to simply as master they were property but a civil rights movement emerged change seemed near but the masters refused to bend instead they declared war and lost now the freed world is threatened by a virus spread

one way out the inside history of the allman brothers band alan paul 30 parissien steven the life of the automobile a history of the motor car 59 parsons kelly doing harm 21 paul alan one way out the inside history of the allman brothers band 30 picture perfect the jodi arias story a beautiful photographer her mormon lover and a brutal murder shanna hogan 3 plover the a novel brian doyle 58 pope nick encounter in rendlesham forest the inside story of the world s best-documented ufo incident 44 pulos jenni grin and bear it how to be happy no matter what reality throws your way 8 queen s dwarf the a novel ella march chase 15 race underground the boston new york and the incredible rivalry that built america s first subway doug most