Through the Eyes of Denial

By Richard Aberg,Robert Aberg

In Through the Eyes of Denial, twin brothers Richard and Robert Aberg relive the painful memories of abuse, pretense, and denial endured during their childhood and teenage years while they survived in a family controlled by intimidation, torture, stalking, and abuse. With amazing candor and...

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Tin Baths, Tallymen & Time Travel

By Marianne Green

Tin Baths, Tallymen & Time Travel is the autobiography of Marianne Green. Historical happenings of the 20th century are brought to life with the nostalgic benefit of decades of time separating then and now. From the intricacies of the world of horse racing to chatting...

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That Year

By Sevda Khatamian

That Year is a memoir by author Sevda Khatamian which chronicles an autobiographical year in the author’s own life. Though it’s unclear where exactly the year is set, it appears to be a country such as Iran or Turkey where a perceived ‘degenerate’ lifestyle is...

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The Power of the Baton

An Inspirational Tale of a Family United
By Daniel Labossiere

The Power of the Baton: An Inspirational Tale of a Family United by Daniel Labossiere chronicles a family’s struggle to stay alive in their own home country, a heart-wrenching tale of suffering, poverty, betrayal, and the powerful bond that enables this family to survive incredible...

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The Man Called Red

An Autobiography of a Guide and Outfitter in Northern British Columbia
By N.B. "Red" Sorensen

Wow! Where do I begin? First let me say that this is a good book. It is a snapshot of a time and a place and a life. To me it is fascinating. The Man Called Red by N.B. "Red" Sorensen takes place in another...

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To the Wilds of Alaska

A New Life in the Alaskan Wilderness
By Janette Ross Riehle

To the Wilds of Alaska: A New Life in the Alaskan Wilderness is a non-fiction biography written by Janette Ross Riehle. Jim Childers knew he had to do something to ensure the survival of his family during the Great Depression. Their farm in the Rogue...

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To Where I Have Been & From Where I Came

How To Gatecrash a Party
By Geoffrey Higges

In a fascinating account of a man who has lived a full and adventurous life, To Where I Have Been & From Where I Came is the autobiography of author Geoffrey Higges. Follow his life in reverse chronological order, an incredibly unique touch in a...

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The Host With The Most

Tales of a Tattooed Television Personality
By Todd Newton

The Host with the Most: Tales of a Tattooed Television Personality is a non-fiction autobiography written by Todd Newton. The author is an Emmy award-winning host who began following his passion when he was a child. Indeed, his first tale describes a classic scene where...

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The Philosopher's Daughter

A Memoir
By Jennifer Stace

In this spell-binding, electrically charged and heart-breaking memoir, The Philosopher’s Daughter, Jennifer Stace tells one of the most unbelievable, unforgettable stories a reader may ever have the privilege to encounter – the tale of an improbable, eccentric, ecstatic, tragic and incredible life, filled with cameos...

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