All Present and Accounted For

The 1972 Alaska Grounding of the U.S. Coast Guard Jarvis and the Heroic Efforts that Saved the Ship
By Steven J Craig

All Present And Accounted For is the saga of the Coast Guard Cutter Jarvis and the heroic efforts of its crew in the 1972 near loss of the ship and all hands. Steven J. Craig has crafted an excellent history of the Coast Guard, centered...

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A Stranger Killed Katy

The True Story of Katherine Hawelka, Her Murder on a New York Campus, and How Her Family Fought Back
By William D. LaRue

A Stranger Killed Katy by William D. LaRue is the True Story of Katherine Hawelka, Her Murder on a New York Campus, and How Her Family Fought Back. On August 29, 1986, a stranger arrived in town. Just hours later Katy Hawelka, a pretty sophomore,...

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Alex's Eyes

Hidden Roots (Millcreek Pond)
By Kay Carroll

This historical nonfiction work is extraordinary and heartrending. Author Kay Carroll details the story of her great-grandparents in Alex’s Eyes: A True Story of Hidden Roots. Although Alex had Choctaw Native American, as well as African-American ancestry, his name was not on the Native American...

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American Dreamer

How I Escaped Communist Vietnam and Built a Successful Life in America
By Tim Tran with Tom Fields-Meyer

American Dreamer: How I Escaped Communist Vietnam and Built a Successful Life in America by Tim Tran with Tom Fields-Meyer is the fascinating story of the author who was once a penniless refugee and a man without a country. It is also the story of...

All My Love, Johnny

Memories and Loss in Troy, New York
By M Thomas Apple

All My Love, Johnny: Memories and Loss in Troy, New York by M Thomas Apple is a non-fiction genealogy and family history book detailing the intersecting lives of the author's grandparents in the pre and post-seasons of World War II. As a young child, Apple...

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A Mind is a Terrible Thing to Manipulate

By Michael Sunset

If you ever wondered what goes into emotional and psychological spousal abuse that stems from narcissism, A Mind is a Terrible Thing to Manipulate is the book that will show you a first-person account. Author Michael Sunset is a survivor of an abusive marital relationship...

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All the Silent Spaces

A Memoir
By Christine Ristaino

All the Silent Spaces: A Memoir by Christine Ristaino is the author's story after being attacked in the parking lot and her road to self-recovery. She speaks about the immediate aftermath of the attack; how her children were witness to the attack and watched her...

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A Good Life: The Perception of Perfection An Autobiogaphy

An Autobiography
By Karl Lorenz Willett

In Good Life to Perfection Perception by Karl Lorenz Willett, following on from his first book, The Memoir of a Schizophrenic, the author takes up his life from the age of 34 to the present day. In this second autobiography, we are invited into the...

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Accidental Activist

Justice for the Groveland Four
By Josh Venkataraman and Barbara Venkataraman

Accidental Activist: Justice For The Groveland Four by Josh Venkataraman and Barbara Venkataraman is about a case in 1949, in Groveland, Florida, where a white 17-year-old young woman had falsely accused four young African-American men of rape. In 2015, Josh, a 21-year-old University of Florida...

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A Gift from the Enemy

A True Story of Escape in War-time Italy
By Enrico Lamet

A Gift From the Enemy (A True Story of Escape in War-time Italy) by Enrico Lamet takes the reader into the author's boyhood during the hard and perilous times of World War II. Born to a Jewish mother and father, Lamet started his life with...

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