The Long Passages

Paths of Self-Discovery
By Paul Winder

The Long Passages: Paths of Self-Discovery by Paul Winder is a wonderful memoir, taken from a long life lived contentedly and freely. The Long Passages is really a collection of anecdotes, short sketches of memorable incidences, and Paul’s insights based on his life experiences. The...

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Too Much Love Is Not Enough

A Memoir of Silence of Childhood Sexual Abuse
By Rosenna Bakari

Too Much Love Is Not Enough: A Memoir of Silence of Childhood Sexual Abuse by Rosenna Bakari is a memoir that looks at the silent suffering of a woman who experienced sexual abuse and trauma in her childhood, and who was coerced into silence by...

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The Immortal Seeds

A Tribute to Golden Treasures
By Sambath Meas

The Immortal Seeds: A Tribute to Golden Treasures by Sambath Meas is a memoir of one family’s history and heritage. The memoir sheds light on those turbulent years of the 1970s in Cambodia when the Cold War between America and Russia was in full swing...

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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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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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Towards the Light

By Christine O'Toole

Towards the Light is an autobiography by Christine O'Toole in which she shares her mental health struggles and recovery. Born in 1957, O’Toole experienced personal and family stress as a child due to the physical illness of a sister, and a mother struggling with mental...

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The Codependency Trap

By Florence St. John

The Codependency Trap, an autobiography by Florence St. John, tells the story of the author’s many years in dysfunctional and codependent relationships. Florence’s father was an alcoholic and, like many children of alcoholics, she learned at an early age to subjugate her own needs and...

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The Blue Chameleon

The Life Story of a Super Cop
By Daril Cinquanta

I really enjoyed The Blue Chameleon: The Life Story of a Super Cop by Daril Cinquanta. This book is filled to the brim about Cinquanta’s experiences while working as a police officer in Denver, Colorado. It also tells why Cinquanta finally retired. Daril Cinquanta certainly...

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They Walk Alone

The Tragic Journey of Dementia
By Bob Kern

In this moving chronicle of his grandmother’s battle with dementia, author Bob Kern shares his priceless, heart-breaking experience as a loving and devoted grandson. When Mamaw takes a fall on New Year’s Eve 2000, it is almost as if all the pieces jiggled in or...

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The Repatriate

Love, Basketball, and the KGB
By Tom Mooradian

The Repatriate: Love, Basketball, and the KGB by Tom Mooradian is an autobiography that brilliantly captures what it felt like to live behind the Iron Curtain. Set in 1947 - 1960, this autobiography follows the life of Tom Mooradian, a seventeen-year-old boy, a basketball prodigy,...