Q: The Autobiography of Quincy Jones simply would not have come into the world without Pat’s efforts. Her tenacity, humor, intelligence, capacity for hard work and attention to detail were all brought fully into play in the task of moving this major commercial and cultural event across the finish line. Believe me, you want Mulcahy on the job.

Gerald Howard
Executive Editor and Vice President, Doubleday.

Tree of Treasures - 
A Life in Ornaments
Tree of Treasures A Life in Ornaments
Bonnie Mackay
A beautifully illustrated, beguiling look at how Christmas tree ornaments hold our memories.
Making Masterpiece: 25 Years behind the Scenes at PBS’ Masterpiece and Mystery!
Rebecca Eaton with Patricia Mulcahy

From the longtime executive producer of the beloved PBS program.
It is Well with My Soul: The Extraordinary Life of a 106-Year Old Women
Ella Mae Cheeks Johnson with Patricia Mulcahy

A child of former slaves experienced the best and the worst of the twentieth century.

I Slept with Joey Ramone: A Punk Rock Family Memoir
Mickey Leigh with
Legs McNeil

Joey Ramone’s younger brother and band roadie details both band and family history.
The Blue Sweater: Bridging the Gap between Rich and Poor in an Interconnected World
Jacqueline Novogratz

How the Acumen Fund CEO set up her pioneering “social philanthropy.”
A Freewheeling Time: A Memoir of Greenwich Village in the Sixties
Suze Rotolo

Bob Dylan’s lover and muse recalls the early days of the folk movement.

Talking Back to Dictators, Politicians and Other Scoundrels,
Andrea Mitchell

Veteran NBC foreign affairs correspondent reviews her long career.
Ten Minutes from Normal,
Karen Hughes

New York Times bestseller from a high-level White House advisor.
A New York Times bestselling life of the master musician, composer, and media maestro

The Mountain of the Women: Memoirs of an Irish Troubadour
Liam Clancy

Raucous life of the classic ballad singer and roustabout.
Loitering with Intent,
Peter O’Toole

Portrait of the great actor as a young man and drama student.
Moving Violations: War Zones, Wheelchairs, and Declarations of Independence
John Hockenberry

By the host of the NPR program “The Takeaway.” Nominated for the National Book Critics’ Circle Award.

Completely MAD: The History of MAD magazine,
Maria Reidelbach

An illustrated history of the iconic humor publication.
Hunger of Memory: The Education of Richard Rodriquez
“A splendidly written intellectual autobiography” — Boston Globe
Eyes on the Prize: America’s Civil Rights Years, 1954-1965.
Juan Williams

Twenty-five years after its initial publication, this tie-in volume to the seminal PBS series remains a vital primer on the movement and enjoys strong school adoptions.


Patricia Mulcahy was my editor for eleven books at three different publishing houses. She is one of those rare people who never lets an author, his book, his agent, or his publisher down. From the time the book was purchased by the publisher, Pat stayed with the entire process. She’s a literary and story editor, a wonderful marketing and business person, and a total professional in ensuring that the book receives maximum attention. She has a great instinct about what succeeds and what doesn’t succeed in marketing a book, just as she had a tremendous talent for quickly intuiting what a story needs or doesn’t need in terms of character or plot development. She’s an editor in the tradition of Maxwell Perkins. Her help and friendship have been invaluable in the progress in my career.

James Lee Burke
Grandmaster, Mystery Writers of America

Cadillac Jukebox. Dixie City Jam and nine other novels
by James Lee Burke

One of America’s premier writers of crime fiction; two-time Edgar Award winner and perennial New York Times bestseller.
The Black Echo
Michael Connelly

The novel that began the career of a modern master of the police procedural; winner of the Edgar Ward for Best First Novel.
I Been in Sorrow’s Kitchen and Licked out All the Pots,
Susan Straight

The story of a Gullah-speaking woman from South Carolina who raises two twin football players.

Fae Myenne Ng

Spare, eloquent, poignant story of a San Francisco Chinatown family with three daughters.
Mrs. Ted Bliss,
Stanley Elkin

Winner of the National Book Critics’ Circle Award
The Commitments,
Roddy Doyle

Hilarious story of an Irish rock band; basis for the wonderful movie.

The Good Apprentice,
Iris Murdoch

“Iris Murdoch at her most artful, juggling philosophy and farce with knowledge and ease.” – Economist
Paradise Postponed,
John Mortimer

By the author of the popular Rumpole of the Bailey books; made into a TV miniseries.
Anywhere but Here
Mona Simpson

Ellen Foster
Kaye Gibbons
Barry Hannah
Burger’s Daughter and July’s People,
Nadine Gordimer

Dog Soldiers and Hall of Mirrors,
Robert Stone