Non-Fiction - Autobiography

From Deep Within

A Forensic and Clinical Psychologist's Journey
By Susan J. Lewis Ph.D. J.D.

More than likely, you’ve most often seen the people that Susan J. Lewis writes about in her book, From Deep Within, in TV crime shows. Now and then, you might even have come across some of them wandering around your neighborhood. Odds are, of course,...

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Hands of An Angel

By Helen Parry Jones

Helen Parry Jones’ unusual autobiography, Hands of an Angel, is two overlapping autobiographies in one. It is the story of a little girl growing up in middle-class England and Wales, plus the story of a girl who grows up seeing and communicating with spirits, guides,...

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Cuba 18, U.S. 50 My Fifty Year Trip

A Tribute to Family and Country
By Dr. Rolando M. Ochoa D.B.A.

The wonderfully written historical autobiography, Cuba 18, U.S. 50 My Fifty Year Trip: A Tribute to Family and Country, by Dr. Rolando M. Ochoa, DBA, a Miami Dade College professor, recounts a very engaging and interesting lifetime of experiences. This inspiring memoir takes us through...

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Pieces of Me

Rescuing My Kidnapped Daughters
By Lizbeth Meredith

Pieces of Me: Rescuing My Kidnapped Daughters, Lizbeth Meredith’s personal narrative of regaining her kidnapped daughters, is nothing if not poignant. Of course, the subtitle tells us the story’s resolution, but reading about her herculean struggles to get her daughters back from the unscrupulous clutches...

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Tillamook Rock Lighthouse

History & Tales of Terrible Tilly
By Brian D. Ratty

Tillamook Rock Lighthouse: History & Tales of Terrible Tilly is a maritime history book written by Brian D. Ratty. The Tillamook Lighthouse was the last of three lighthouses that were set up to help mariners safely navigate the Columbia River Bar. This area, where the...

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Alternatives to a Frozen Mouse

Book One
By AJ Mouse

Alternatives to a Frozen Mouse: Book One by AJ Mouse is a memoir written by someone with DID or Disassociate Identity Disorder, or what used to known as Multiple Personality Disorder or Split Personality, and is one of the best books I have read in...

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Rock Candy Mountain

A Memoir: A young boy's adventure in the rough and tumble times of Eastern Kentucky in the early 1900's
By Earl Davis

Rock Candy Mountain by Earl Davis is quite a different type of memoir in that it focuses on just a short period of the author’s life, up until the age of fourteen, with most of the story revolving around a two-year period from the age...

But For The Love Of My Father

A Memoir
By Dr. Julia E. Antoine

But For The Love Of My Father: A Memoir by Dr. Julia E. Antoine is a detailed autobiographical account of Julia’s life and follows the events in a chronological manner. Julia talks about her childhood home in the Caribbean Islands, her early years, her parents'...

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The Rough and Tumbles of Early Life

The Wonderfully Whacky World of Terry Tumbler (Volume 1)
By Terry Tumbler

The Rough and Tumbles of Early Life: The Wonderfully Whacky World of Terry Tumbler (Volume 1) by Terry Tumbler is an autobiographical account of Terry’s life written in a lighter vein. The Rough and Tumbles of Early Life starts off with a short introduction explaining...

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An Appalachian Boy's Life

A Walk In Three Centuries
By Flem R. Messer

In a memoir as important to human history and understanding as it is to the specific locale’s true representation of human spirit, Flem R. Messer’s plain-spoken but deeply meaningful book, An Appalachian Boy’s Life, relates the tale of a time and place when self-sustainability was...

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