The Queen and the Playwright

Love's Labor Lost
By Bruce Hutchison

The Queen and the Playwright: Love's Labor Lost by Bruce Hutchison is a love story between the famous queen of England and a young playwright. As a child, Edward de Vere had a reputation for disappearing into his own imagination as he was often compelled...

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The Lodge Women, Their Men and Their Times

By Emily Lodge

The Lodge Women, Their Men and Their Times by Emily Lodge is a genealogical memoir in which Emily talks about several generations of family members right from the time of their arrival in America and their subsequent lives and lifestyles. In this book, Emily starts...

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True Course

Lessons From a Life Aloft
By Brigid Johnson

True Course: Lessons from a Life Aloft by Brigid Johnson is the story of a woman who yearned to fly and when she did, she had the experience of a lifetime. Brigid Johnson grew up in a small town where opportunities were few and far...

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The Light of Deaf Women

Inspirational Stories from Visionaries, Artists, Founders and Entrepreneurs
By Sofia Seitchik

The Light of Deaf Women: Inspirational Stories from Visionaries, Artists, Founders and Entrepreneurs by Deaf businesswoman and life coach Sofia Seitchik is a wonderful collection of mini-biographies accompanied by black-and-white photographs highlighting the achievements of almost 90 Deaf women. These women represent a variety of...

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The Dung Beetles of Liberia

A Novel Based on True Events
By Daniel V. Meier, Jr.

The Dung Beetles of Liberia by Daniel V Meier is the story of a young college undergraduate at Cornell who drops out of school to take a job flying planes in Liberia. He leaves behind his astonished family and his almost-fiancée in a bid to...

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The Bride's Trunk

A Story of War and Reconciliation
By Ingrid Dixon

The Bride’s Trunk by Ingrid Dixon is a remarkable story centering on a seemingly inconsequential piece of luggage, which actually contains a fascinating history. Beginning with the arrival of the author’s British father, Jim, coming to collect his German fiancée, Minny, in post-war Germany, the...

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The Wing Walker

By Bernard J Fleury

The Wing Walker by Bernard J Fleury tells The Life and Times Of Irene Maude O’Connor Carlberg. Irene was one of the great feminists, a woman who really pushed the boundaries of what women could do. Nothing could tame her adventurous spirit, such as motorcycle...

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The King and Mrs. Simpson

The True Story of the Commoner Who Captured The Heart of A King
By Erin Schulz

The story of the original Duke and Duchess of Windsor, the former King Edward VIII, is one of utmost love and devotion. It is a story filled with tragedy and yet, with a strong desire never to give up what is most important in life;...

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To And From Crack To Christ

A Sinner In Recovery
By Anonymous Sinner

The author of To And From Crack To Christ: A Sinner In Recovery calls himself Anonymous Sinner and doesn’t mince his words. Starting from age 12, even though he was brought up with Christian values, a lack of self-worth and family issues and problems found...

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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...