Books by Ellis Henican

Released: Feb. 4, 2014

With the assistance of Henican (co-author, with Dwight Gooden: Doc, 2013, etc.), the former Republican governor of Florida explains why he is now a Democrat.

Echoing the words of Ronald Reagan, Crist told the 2012 Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, "I didn't leave the Republican Party. Read full book review >

DOC by Dwight Gooden
Released: June 4, 2013

"Better than your average memoir of rise, fall and redemption."
Pitching great Gooden tells the story of his spectacular baseball career and the loss of it all through a devastating cocaine addiction. Read full book review >
DAMN FEW by Rorke  Denver
Released: Feb. 19, 2013

""What can't these SEALs do?" To hear Denver tell it, when it comes to special operations, hardly anything at all. Good reading for military buffs."
A 14-year veteran of more than 200 combat missions reflects on a career training and leading the Navy's elite warriors. Read full book review >
Released: July 5, 1993

The story of the most successful drug-treatment program ever, as told by its founder. One day in 1957, O'Brien explains, Chuck Dederich, a longshoreman unsatisfied with A.A.'s then-refusal to work with drug addicts, opened a storefront in California—and addicts soon began flocking to Synanon. Read full book review >