What They Didn't Burn

Uncovering My Father's Holocaust Secrets
By Mel Laytner

What They Didn’t Burn: Uncovering My Father’s Holocaust Secrets by Mel Laytner is the non-fiction memoir of the author in which he documents a paper trail that leads to a search spanning the globe. Laytner is a journalist, which proves helpful in both the investigation...

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My Shorts

Brief Scenes from My Early Life
By Brian Kagan

My Shorts: Brief Scenes from My Early Life; A Collection of Personal Essays by Brian Kagan gave me a feeling of nostalgia as I listened to the author’s life story and the lessons he learned as he grew up. This collection takes readers back into...

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Losing the Atmosphere

A Baffling Disorder, A Search for Help, and the Therapist Who Understood
By Vivian Conan

Losing the Atmosphere: A Baffling Disorder, A Search for Help, and the Therapist Who Understood by Vivian Conan documents the author's experience with mental illness and her journey to wholeness with forensic detail. In this gripping memoir, Conan shares her journey as she struggled with...

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A Stranger Killed Katy

The True Story of Katherine Hawelka, Her Murder on a New York Campus, and How Her Family Fought Back
By William D. LaRue

A Stranger Killed Katy by William D. LaRue is the True Story of Katherine Hawelka, Her Murder on a New York Campus, and How Her Family Fought Back. On August 29, 1986, a stranger arrived in town. Just hours later Katy Hawelka, a pretty sophomore,...

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InstaGrateful

Finding Your Bliss in a Social Media World
By Sheri Fink

I was having a conversation with another author on social media when InstaGrateful by Sheri Fink showed up on the RF review list. The conversation went along these lines. My friend said, “I’ve spent the past three hours responding to messages and posting on forums,...

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Mentoring Moments

14 Remarkable Women Share Breakthroughs to Success
By Denola M. Burton

Mentoring Moments: 14 Remarkable Women Share Breakthroughs to Success, compiled by HR expert and Managing Editor of Enhanced DNA: Develop Nurture Achieve fame, Denola M. Burton, consists of the true stories of how 14 women succeeded in the business world, as well as in their...

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Once a Girl, Always a Boy

A Family Memoir of a Transgender Journey
By Jo Ivester

Once a Girl, Always a Boy: A Family Memoir of a Transgender Journey by Jo Ivester tells of her son’s journey from being a young female (at least in outward appearance) towards being a young male, not only in sense of self but also in...

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Black Flag Journals

One Soldier's Experience in America's Longest War
By Dennis John Woods

Written to explain at least some of the war against terrorism for the layperson (with it being dedicated to his daughter) and to recall the war for his fellow combatants and veterans, Black Flag Journals: One Soldier’s Experience in America’s Longest War tells the story...

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How to Rob a Bank in Drag

A True Story of ODD LGBT Issues
By Dawn Lawson

How to Rob a Bank in Drag: A True Story of ODD LGBT Issues by Dawn Lawson is the tale of one woman’s progression from being a 14-year-old runaway from an emotionally battered childhood to where, at the age of 53, as a recovering drug...

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Autobiography of a Modern Prophet

By Harold Klemp

Autobiography of a Modern Prophet by Harold Klemp describes how he left the farm and enrolled in the high-school department of a Lutheran pre-ministerial college. During his senior year in high school — a period when his troubles seemed to weigh heavily on him —...

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