Presents a collection of 100 years’ worth of firsthand cowboy stories, set against the backdrop of Reconstruction, Jim Crow, segregation, the Civil Rights Movement and, eventually, the integration of a racially divided country. 304 pp.
This essential guidebook for anyone looking to hit the road, from the weekend warriors to the full-time nomads, combines practical information, inspirational photography and engaging stories of travel and adventure. 223 pp.
This excellent travel guide to the Peach State provides new perspectives on timeless destinations and introduces those you never knew existed, from the best in local dining to quirky cultural tidbits to hidden attractions, unique finds and unusual locales. 226 pp.
Newly revised and updated, this 13th edition takes the reader down the road less traveled, from hidden attractions, unique finds and unusual locales, revealing a side of Michigan that other guidebooks just don’t offer. 252 pp.
Just in time for the 50th anniversary of the Fight of the Century, the author provides an intimate portrait of Hall-of-Fame boxer Joe Frazier, offering new insight into the usually private Frazier, including his relationship with his son, wars with Muhammad Ali, and how Ali's verbal attacks troubled him long after retirement. 233 pp.