Rose Bush

An Autobiographical Account
By Dr. Indira K. Rao

Rose Bush: An Autobiographical Account by Dr. Indira K. Rao is an impactful page-turner that made me laugh and cry with Indira. This is the perfect book for emigrants who move to another country and are trying to find their place in society. Trying to...

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Reflections In the Key of Life

By Tad Sisler and Steve Madaio

Reflections In the Key of Life is an autobiographical work focused on and penned by trumpeter Steve Madaio, along with the assistance of Tad Sisler. Recording his life as a musician through the turbulent social changes of the 1960s, through pivotal events such as Woodstock...

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Regression

By Twilah Hiari

Regression is a non-fiction memoir written in the first person voice by Twilah Hiari on her struggles with mental illnesses and trauma. Regression starts off fairly chronologically and initially begins with childhood reminiscences, early childhood experiences, how she felt growing up, her relationship with her...

Riding Standing Up

A Memoir
By Sparrow Spaulding

Riding Standing Up: A Memoir is an autobiography written by Sparrow Spaulding. Sparrow’s earliest memories were idyllic ones centering around a picture-perfect family with an adoring dad and a mom who was patient, loving and fun. But things changed and much too quickly. Her dad...

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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...

Riding for the Brand

By Lawrence H. Lee

Riding for the Brand by Lawrence H. Lee is a beautifully written autobiography that follows the author’s life from the turbulent years of WWII, seeing him through his early careers to becoming the Chairman of the Board of Western Airlines. In this autobiography, the author...

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Raw Deal

The Untold Story Of NYPD's "Cannibal Cop"
By Gil Valle, Brian Whitney

If you are at all up on your current events, chances are good that you’ve heard of Gil Valle, the so-called cannibal cop. In Raw Deal, we get to meet the man himself. His childhood, his life, career and marriage. The whole man, not just...

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Restless Days, Sleepless Nights

By Ranjana Bharij

Restless Days, Sleepless Nights by Ranjana Bharij is an autobiography revolving around Ranjana’s experiences working in the male-dominated banking sector in India in the '70s. Restless Days, Sleepless Nights is a collection of recollections spanning Ranjana’s career of 35+ years, right from Ranjana as a...

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Ruth Finnegan Anthropologist

The Short Account of Her Life and Works
By Ruth Finnegan

Ruth Finnegan gives us an “intellectual account” of her stunningly varied and impressive career in her publication Ruth Finnegan Anthropologist. The reader is immediately taken aback by the sheer depth and breadth of her published works, ranging from academic discourses on oral literature in Africa...

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Ridiculosity

A Deployment to Afghanistan
By Todd Campau

Ridiculosity: A Deployment to Afghanistan by Todd Campau is an irreverent look at an overseas deployment to Afghanistan written by a U.S. soldier. Ridiculosity is not a typical military or deployment memoir, in the sense that it is less about the technicality of war zone...

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