David Bruce Smith
David Bruce Smith reviews books for several publications. He is also the president of David Bruce Smith Publications, a firm that specializes in the writing and designing of limited-edition books.
19 entries by David Bruce Smith
By David McCullough
In this collection of speeches, the famed historian reflects on what his countrymen are made of.
By Judy Collins
The singer-songwriter chronicles her longtime struggle with weight and addiction.
By Patricia Bosworth
A one-time Broadway starlet finds her voice through writing.
By Tippi Hedren
A starlet's tale of overcoming adversity — including sexual harassment at the hands of a powerful director.
By Barbara Cook with Tom Santopietro
The onetime Broadway ingenue opens up about her traumatic childhood, alcoholism, and climb back to the top
By Toni Tennille, with Caroline Tennille St. Clair
A star whose effervescent onstage persona masked deep personal despair
By Herman Wouk
A legendary writer ponders his century-long life.
By David McCullough
A rich, readable account of the daring young men in their flying machine.
By Candice Bergen
The famed actress reveals that great success is not a golden ticket to happiness.
By Anjelica Huston
By Richard Zoglin
This comprehensive new biography paints a vivid, well-rounded portrait of America’s finest showman.
By Marja Mills
The notoriously reclusive author Harper Lee opens up to a visiting journalist and begins a 14 year friendship.
Diane Keaton reflects on her struggle to accept her looks and on the true meaning of beauty.
Octogenarian and award-winning author Dame Penelope Lively takes a look back at her wonderful life while taking readers back much further in human history.
In an unflinching memoir, the actress Anjelica Houston recounts a life -- begun in the shadow of her famous father – which was both fragmented and enchanting.
The popular singer traces her flight through harmony in her new memoir.
In her seventh memoir, the acclaimed author and poet explores her relationship with her mother.
Rescuing a symbol of a family’s storied past is the key to familial reparation in this debut novel.