Jeffrey Ian Ross and Stephen C. Richards
With American crime rates soaring and the
prison population growing faster than ever,
Ross reveals how to stay alive and well while
in the system.
Alpha 240 pp. 978-0-02-864351-9 $14.95
Barry Scheck, Peter Neufeld, Jim Dwyer
When Justice Goes Wrong
and How to make It right
Since 1986, prominent civil rights attorneys
Barry Scheck and Peter Neufeld have helped
exonerate thirty-seven people, and the
Innocence Project they run has taken up the
case of hundreds more, driven by a quest for
justice and armed with hard DNA science.
“One of the most influential books of the year...
An objective reference for partisans of all
NAL 432 pp. 978-0-451-20982-5 $14.95
Alexis Abramson with Mary Anne Dunkin
How to Care for Your Aging Parent
Without Losing Yourself
This book offers practical advice for the 16 million women who are currently caught between
the needs of their elderly relatives and those of
their young families.
Perigee 263 pp. 978-0-399-52998-6 $15.95
How the 21st Century
Will Be ruled by the new Old
“I have been learning from Ken Dychtwald for
years and am convinced that he is today’s
most innovative and original thinker on this
important subject.”—Jimmy Carter.
Tarcher 288 pp. 978-1-58542-043-8 $14.95
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June Biermann and Barbara Toohey
THE STrOKE BOOK
A Guide to Life After Stroke for
Survivors and Those Who Care for Them
Biermann, a former stroke victim, and Toohey,
her caregiver, offer an indispensable guide for
stroke sufferers and those who care for them.
Tarcher 320 pp. 978-1-58542-374-3 $15.95
Elkhonon Goldberg, Ph.D.
f THE WISdOm PArAdOX
Goldberg investigates the neurobiology of wisdom, and draws on historical examples of
artists and leaders whose greatest achievements were realized late in life. “A refreshing
reprieve from the onslaught of negatives about
the aging process.”—Georg Deutsch, coauthor
of Left Brain, Right Brain.
Gotham 320 pp. 978-1-592-40187-1 $15.00
rIdInG THE BUS WITH m Y SISTEr
A True Life Journey
“A heartwarming, life-affirming journey
through both the present and the past...[that]
might just change your life.”—Boston Herald.
The author recounts the year when she accompanied her mentally-retarded sister on the
Philadelphia bus system, an experience that
led her to accept her sister and at long last to
slow down and enjoy the ride.
Plume 304 pp. 978-0-452-28455-5 $15.00
f FIndInG mEAnInG In
THE SECOnd HALF OF LIFE
How to Finally, really Grow Up
Hollis explores the ways we can grow and
evolve to fully become ourselves when the traditional roles of adulthood aren’t quite working
for us. “Hollis…asks the important questions
that can lead to clarity, maturity, and meaning.”—Jean Shinoda Bolen, M.D., author of
Goddesses in Everywoman and Gods in Everyman.
Gotham 288 pp. 978-1-592-40207-6 $15.00
“A highly readable account of how the lives
of one family that suffered a great tragedy
intersected with those of doctors and lawyers.”—Jonathan Harr. “Deserves to be read
and thought about and discussed by people on
all sides of the complex collisions of law and
medicine.”—New York Times Book Review.
Berkley 400 pp. 978-0-425-16863-9 $15.00
Pamela Weintraub, Terry Hillman
COmPLETE IdIOT’S GUIdE
TO SUrVIVInG dIVOrCE
Kathleen A. Brehony, Ph.D.
f AWAKEnInG AT mIdLIFE
This guide by Jungian-oriented psychotherapist Brehony is a wake-up-call for anyone who
wants to reassess one’s beliefs and find a path
that leads to greater fulfillment, happiness,
and passion for life’s journey.
Riverhead 384 pp. 978-1-57322-632-5 $16.00
Finalist for a Books for a Better Life Award
Robert A. Johnson and Jerry M. Ruhl, Ph.D.
f LIVInG YOUr UnLIVEd LIFE
Coping with Unrealized dreams
and Fulfilling Your Purpose in
the Second Half of Life
The esteemed Jungian psychologist counsels
how to cope with feelings of failure or regret and
how to open to a more meaningful existence.
Tarcher 272 pp. 978-1-58542-586-0 $22.95
352 pp. 978-1-59257-414-8 $16.95
With John and Elizabeth Sherrill
THE CrOSS And THE SWITCHBLAdE
A young preacher from the Pennsylvania hills
comes to New York City and influences troubled teenagers with his inspirational message.
Jove 176 pp. 978-0-515-09025-3 $4.99
Michael Castleman, Dolores Gallagher-Thompson,
Ph.D., and Matthew Naythons, M.D.
THErE’S STILL A PErSOn In THErE
The Complete Guide to Treating
and Coping with Alzheimer’s
“One of the best sources of help for Alzheimer’s
since the 36-Hour Day. An absolute standout.”
Perigee 384 pp. 978-0-399-52635-0 $15.95
WHEn SOmEOnE YOU LOVE
HAS A mEn TAL ILLnESS
A Handbook for Family,
Friends, and Caregivers
Tarcher 336 pp. 978-0-87477-695-9 $14.95
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Embracing Aging, Changing, and dying
“Infused with wisdom of the heart and mind,
a welcome sense of humor and a savvy effectiveness in the real world.”—San Francisco
Riverhead 224 pp. 978-1-57322-871-8 $14.14
A Los Angeles Times Book Review Best Book
of the Year
f dAnCInG WITH rOSE
Finding Life in the Land of Alzheimer’s
“In taking us on her months-long visit to the
foreign land of Alzheimer’s (a place which
embodies so many of our fears), Kessler helps
the reader to see that people with this disease
are people we can touch, speak to, empathize
with, and—more than I had known was possible—understand.”—Ted Conover, author of
New Jack: Guarding Sing Sing and Coyotes.
Viking 304 pp. 978-0-670-03859-6 $24.95