Extras

 Short nonfiction by Michael Brick

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The Big Race

When a mysterious military vet lures hundreds of bikers on a ludicrously dangerous transcontinental motorcycle ride, he draws in a Sioux shaman, a British financier and a Hollywood auteur with helicopters and private jets. But Big Jim has a far more ambitious agenda. And it will take them all to a reckoning with the heart of America. In this rollicking true story, Michael Brick chases the Hoka Hey Motorcycle Challenge from Arizona to the Pine Ridge Reservation, with a brief interlude in Las Vegas.

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Jingo Unchained

Letter From Corpus Christi

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On the Ground in West, Texas

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Reggie Brown

Reagan Raider, football prodigy, and, for seventeen agonizing minutes on national television, embodiment of every player’s worst nightmare.

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The VooDoo and a Prayer:

A story of New Orleans, football and perseverance, in two acts.

Part One: Glory

Part Two: Guts

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His Roof is the Sky:

The legend of Chongo, king of the Yosemite dirtbags.

Centerpiece of Pushing the Limit, a yearlong series on adventure sports.

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Summer at Ruby’s:

A Brooklyn serenade, in three parts.

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Jailhouse Lawyer: The Making of a Modern Celebrity