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The True Story of Emmett Long, An American Original
By Asa Dunnington

Emmett Long was born in 1904 in southern Oklahoma and, as he entered his teens, it soon became apparent that he was not going to be content to work for others. His father was a hard-working rancher and his family had helped to build many...

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Fortune Favors the Bold

A Woman’s Odyssey through a Turbulent Century
By Theodore Modis

Fortune Favors the Bold: A Woman’s Odyssey through a Turbulent Century by Theodore Modis is a lyrical tale of resilience and romance, set against the backdrop of turbulent political climates and following characters that are rock-solid and likable, a tale with powerful historical references. Theodosia...

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Zero to Tesla

By Sanjay Singhal

Zero to Tesla by Sanjay Singhal is a brilliant, inspirational story, the biography of the brain behind Netflix, the inventor of Blackberry. It’s the story of a genius who hit rock bottom but fought on to emerge on the side of success, creating the much...

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Daddy's Curse 2

A Young Boy Who Has Survived Child Slavery Remembers… (True stories of child slavery survivors Book)
By Luke. G. Dahl

When I received a request from Luke G. Dahl, author of Daddy’s Curse 2 to review his second book on child trafficking in Mongolia, China and Thailand, I didn’t hesitate to select it once it became available. I hadn’t forgotten how hard his first book,...

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Gabrielle

By Robert Ansell

Gabrielle by Robert Ansell is a non-fiction New Age story about a very special woman. Five years after Gabrielle Roth, the American dancer and musician in the world music and trance dance fields, who also pioneered the 5Rhythms approach to movement in the late...

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Unremembered

Tales of the Nearly Famous & the Not Quite Forgotten
By Ken Zurski

Unremembered: Tales of the Nearly Famous & the Not Quite Forgotten is a nonfiction collection of historical events and figures written by Ken Zurski. Zurski is a broadcaster, speaker and author whose books recreate the past. This book casts a spotlight on several dozen personalities...

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First Mistake

Facing Death, Finding Life
By D.J. Chang

Spiritually rich, emotionally gripping, and intelligently written, First Mistake: Facing Death, Finding Life by D.J. Chang is a book about death, about a powerful spiritual connection, about love and meaning, a book for readers who hunger for more truth than this world can reveal. It...

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Candlelight in a Storm

Born to be a Berliner
By Naveen Sridhar

We have all read the history books, seen the movies and heard the stories about World War II and its aftermath. These are often the stories of the leaders and the front line heroes. However, as the fathers and husbands left for war, most of...

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Straining Forward

Minh Phuong Towner's Story
By Michelle Layer Rahal

Author Michelle Layer Rahal has brought us a stunningly honest and frank portrayal of the life of a Vietnamese boat person in the 1970’s. In Straining Forward we read the biography of Minh Phuong Towner, as she is caught up in the tumultuous events of...

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The Kokomo Railroad

By Susan Giffin and Charles Edward Lockert

The Kokomo Railroad by Susan Giffin and Charles Edward Lockert is not about building a railroad. It is one of the most penetrating stories of investigative journalism that I have ever read! It exposes the deep-rooted malaise of corruption, racism, bigotry and ‘sheer cussedness,’ as...