Cult Fiction

One Writer's Creative Journey Through an Extreme Religion
By K. Gordon Neufeld

Cult Fiction by K. Gordon Neufeld is a semi-biographical, creative memoir that covers the author’s development as a writer over almost two decades while he was involved with the Unification Church, a cult-like offshoot of Christianity led by an enigmatic leader named Sun Myung Moon....

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Choosing Life

My Father’s Journey in Film from Hollywood to Hiroshima
By Leslie A. Sussan

Choosing Life: My Father’s Journey in Film from Hollywood to Hiroshima by Leslie A. Sussan is a memoir and biography about the author's father, Herbert Sussan, who was tasked in 1946 by the US military to film the horrible after-effects of the Hiroshima and Nagasaki...

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Conspiracy

By Alfred Adams

The life of a soldier is never easy. They put their lives on the line in the interests of national security, so that their fellow-men may continue to live free. There is a certain truth to the adage that old soldiers never die, they simply...

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Confessions of a Good Kid

By William Fogg

Confessions of a Good Kid by William Fogg is a hilarious adventure of a carefree, delightful childhood and the thrills of early youth. It is an autobiography that takes readers on a rollicking ride with the author through his mischief and adventures in the company...

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Confessions of a Bone Woman

Realizing Authentic Wildness in a Civilized World
By Lucinda Bakken White

Confessions of a Bone Woman: Realizing Authentic Wildness in a Civilized World is a work of new age non-fiction by author Lucinda Bakken White. Born and raised in the 1960s, this self-confessed wild child struggles to maintain her identity as life and modernity attempt to...

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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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Confessions of a Walk Away Wife

By Adaora Allure

Confessions of a Walk Away Wife by Adaora Allure is a moving memoir of a young woman finding love, life, and happiness after five rocky years of marriage. The year 2016 starts off at rock bottom for Allure, unhappy with herself and having eventually lost...

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Confrontations

No Challenge Too Tough
By Don Williamson

Confrontations: No Challenge Too Tough by Don Williamson is a memoir for those seeking motivation in life, an inspiring story of one man’s ascent, a story of his relentless struggle to create the life he’s always dreamt about. The reader follows a man who once...

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Contract Killer

The Making of a Murderer
By Rodney Timms

You pretty much have to live in the bush or the desert these days not to hear of yet another mass murder or killing spree, sadly, and increasingly, committed by teenagers. What is going on here and why does it happen? What is going on...

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Confessions of a Mad Inventor

Surviving Failed Inventions
By Robert E Gross

Confessions of a Mad Inventor by Robert Gross is appropriately subtitled Surviving Failed Inventions. If Tom Sawyer had grown up to be an aerospace engineer, this is the kind of story he would have written. The marvelous inventiveness of "Little Robert's" youth is only surpassed...

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