Books by Gary Brozek

Released: May 1, 2006

"Narrowly focused, but inspiring."
A harrowing memoir by an athlete who survived the Hutu-Tutsi genocide. Read full book review >
Released: May 1, 2004

"'When you're in the middle of the shit, it's hard to keep it all straight,' writes Giovino, who's clear-eyed enough now to tie her story into a neat, terrible bundle."
An organized-crime woman recounts her "illegal, immoral, and unethical activities" in a fashion that will make readers' hair stand on end, then fall out altogether. Read full book review >