Books by Daniel Paisner
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"Morning Joe" co-anchor Mika Brzezinski speaks with host Michel Martin about her new memoir, All Things At Once. Brzezinski details growing up as the daughter of unconventional parents, being fired from CBS News as a broadcast journalist, and a close call incident involving her daughter that made her take a second look at her life's priorities.
At 27, Serena Williams has won every major title in tennis — but she made headlines this year for her bad behavior at the U.S. Open. In her new book, On The Line, Williams describes her life in the sport. In an interview, she discusses that infamous match — and playing against her sister.
In 2005, former CBS broadcaster Mark McEwen was on flight home to Orlando, Fla., when he was overtaken by a stroke. He survived the incident, but it changed his life forever. Now, McEwen has captured the experience and the aftermath in a new book.
Clint Van Zandt played an important role in the formation of the FBI's Hostage Negotiation Program. For more than 20 years, before he retired from the agency in 1995, he helped resolve many high-stakes hostage standoffs. He recounts some of those experiences in the book Facing Down Evil.