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Savage Harvest at werd.com
Savage Harvest

On a mission to extract primitive art from New Guinea in the 1960s, Rich-boy American adventurer Michael Rockefeller went missing. In this book, award-winning journalist Carl Hoffman retraces Rockefeller’s journey into the heart of headhunter & cannibal territory, entering his own theory on what really happened to Rockefeller in the jungles.

BUY IT   $19.19 Also posted in Best Books for Men

Trading Bases: How a Wall Street Trader Made a Fortune Betting on Baseball at werd.com
Trading Bases: How a Wall Street Trader Made a Fortune Betting on Baseball

Ex-Wall Street trader Joe Peta turned his risk-analysis skills to gambling on baseball, creating a baseball “hedge fund” with a 41% return in its first year. In his new book he shares his secrets as well as stories from the shadowy world of high stakes sports gambling.

BUY IT   $11.66 Also posted in Best Books for Men

SLAM Kicks: Basketball Sneakers that Changed the Game at werd.com
SLAM Kicks: Basketball Sneakers that Changed the Game

Slam Magazine editor Ben Osborne and a crew of serious sneakerheads put together SLAM Kicks: Basketball Sneakers that Changed the Game. It’s a celebration of basketball shoe history both on and off the court, plus it features all of the sport’s most iconic shoes from the 1930s to today.

BUY IT   $25.35 Also posted in Best Books for Men

Blood Will Out at werd.com
Blood Will Out

Fans of true crime, this is all you. Author Walter Kirn retells his unbelievable but true tale from 1998—how an anonymous internet dog adoption drew him into a bizarre 15-year relationship with a wealthy New York socialite who turned out to be an imposter, child kidnapper and a murderer.

BUY IT   $16.41 Also posted in Best Books for Men

Five Came Back: A Story of Hollywood and the Second World War at werd.com
Five Came Back: A Story of Hollywood and the Second World War

Before World War II, the big movie studios controlled Hollywood films: the talent, the distribution, & direction of the movies. This book tracks the stories of five influential directors who, during the war turned their efforts to war films, shaping how the world viewed the war, and through the post-war period, how these same directors changed Hollywood.

BUY IT   $19.04 Also posted in Best Books for Men

Things a Little Bird Told Me at werd.com
Things a Little Bird Told Me

Biz Stone is one of the co-creators of Twitter, a guy who has made zillions and changed the world through—as his new book purports—creative thinking. The book is chock full of personal stories and witticisms about how he did it.

BUY IT   $18.48 Also posted in Best Books for Men

Dirty Daddy: The Chronicles of a Family Man Turned Filthy Comedian at werd.com
Dirty Daddy: The Chronicles of a Family Man Turned Filthy Comedian

The only laughter produced by the TV show Full House came from a can. And that’s not Bob Saget’s fault because when he’s on the road doing stand-up he’s one of comedy’s raunchiest and most entertaining voices. In his debut book Saget gives readers a look into his well-developed dark side. Thanks, Bob.

BUY IT   $18.62 Also posted in Best Books for Men

The Race Underground at werd.com
The Race Underground

It’s hard to imagine New York City & Boston without subways, but until the late 1800s they were just a dream. This book tells the tale of the dreamers— the two Whitney brothers—wealthy industrialists who began a bitter rivalry as they raced to build America’s first subway system.

BUY IT   $20.96 Also posted in Best Books for Men

Michael Jordan: The Life at werd.com
Michael Jordan: The Life

He may be a 6’6″ relic in a purple zoot suit these days but in his heyday, Michael Jordan was the king of the court; a soaring superman who went hard in the paint and always had a sick shoe by Nike. There’s other stuff you should know about this basketball superstar. Find it in the pages of this definitive new biography.

BUY IT   $21.78 Also posted in Best Books for Men

Eliot Ness: The Rise and Fall of an American Hero at werd.com
Eliot Ness: The Rise and Fall of an American Hero

Sure, he was a Prohibition cop, but don’t hate. Eliot Ness also led the Untouchables, a law enforcement team famous for taking down mega-mobster Al Capone and Big Al’s entire Chicago operation. This new biography explores the life and times of this fearless lawman from the early days in Chicago through his own alcoholism and a failed campaign as Mayor Of Cleveland.

BUY IT   $20.48 Also posted in Best Books for Men
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