All Books By Mark Ribowsky

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  1. Book ImageShula

    Spanning seven decades, the notorious loss of Super Bowl III, and an historic undefeated season with the Dolphins, Shula is the definitive biography of a coaching legend.More

  2. Book ImageIn the Name of the Father

    The story of America’s most sacred and carefully constructed football dynasty is revealed in this unflinching family portrait.More

  3. Book ImageHank

    "A compassionate yet clear-eyed" (Washington Post) portrait of country music’s founding father and "Hillbilly King."More

  4. Book ImageDreams to Remember

    “Evokes the fire of Redding. . . . Ribowsky tells the story with nonstop energy, while always probing for the larger social and musical pictures.” —New York Times Book ReviewMore

  5. Book ImageThe Last Cowboy

    “An eloquent, honest tribute to a sports genius.” —Publishers Weekly, Best 100 Books of 2013More

  6. Book ImageThe Last Cowboy

    A Publisher's Weekly Best Book of 2013

    An action-packed biography of a man, his team, and the league he helped create—in the tradition of Maraniss’s When Pride Still Mattered.More

  7. Book ImageHoward Cosell

    “Brilliant . . . entertaining . . . a thought-provoking portrayal of the multi-faceted Howard Cosell in all his glory and enmity.”—Don Ohlmeyer, Wall Street JournalMore

  8. Book ImageHoward Cosell

    A deeply misunderstood sports legend, once the most hated and loved man in America, gets his due in this absorbing, revelatory biography.More