Tequila Mockingbird is the ultimate cocktail book for the literary obsessed and the rest of us who desperately want a drink any time the conversation turns to books. Recipes like Romeo and Julep, A Rum of One’s Own, Are You There, God? It’s Me, Margarita give you a taste of what’s inside.
Maybe your dog has what it takes to become an elite military operative. One way to find out: read this book on how to train your dog like the Navy Seal way. Best-Selling author and canine training specialist Mike Ritland shares 15-years of expertise and proven methods for turning your dog into the family’s ultimate best friend.
Richard Pryor was no-doubt a comedic genius. His unlikely path from growing up in his mother’s brothel to the heights of Hollywood fame is fully chronicled in this new book from Scot Saul, who used interviews with family and friends, court transcripts, unpublished journals, and screenplay drafts to create Pryor’s definitive biography.
Whether you hunted the beast yourself or ordered it from some exotic online butcher, the Wild Gourmet cookbook will show you how to prepare everything from salmon to whitetail, wild boar to quail, elk, and more. With recipes from a range of prominent American chefs, the book also includes wine pairing recommendations and a bonus illustrated wild game meat poster.
Fans of Criterion Collection films and design nerds alike will find plenty to ogle in this 306-page hardcover showcasing the art and illustration from many of the world’s most important & influential films.
Through the 80s & 90s, Gary Larson’s The Far Side was a popular, syndicated comic seen in newspapers around the world. The Complete Far Side is a new 3-volume softcover box set that contains every Far Side cartoon ever syndicated—over 4,000 total.
Acclaimed motorcycle writer and vintage bike expert Paul d’Orleans is the man behind the Vintagent website and his new book The Chopper tells the story of the rebel bike movement from its origins in the 1920s through the iconic Easy Rider age and up to today; packed with well-informed history, profiles of influential builders, and incredible photography.
Andrew Dice Clay is one of those offensive, unapologetic comedians that the pearl-clutching PC moralists and nervous ninnies love to hate. Red-blooded American men on the other hand think he’s the balls. This is his new autobiography—the full monty on his ridiculous, incredible career. When it reaches number one on the New York Times bestseller list—probably overnight—those uptight old hags will really be up in arms. And the Dice man wins again.
In Empire of Sin, best-selling author Gary Krist describes a complicated three-decade battle that pitted New Orleans’ Anglo-American elite against the forces of vice as they sought to eradicate sin, corruption and violence in early-20th-century New Orleans.