Spies of the Deep

The Untold Truth About the Most Terrifying Incident in Submarine Naval History and How Putin Used The Tragedy To Ignite a New Cold War
By W. Craig Reed

Underwater espionage is not a topic that receives much public attention due to its highly classified nature, so Spies of the Deep will come as a revelation to many readers. W. Craig Reed, himself an experienced submariner and diver, describes a world of intrigue, danger,...

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Stories for My Sons

By Marko Vukosavovic

Marko Vukosavovic’s memoir, Stories for My Sons, documents the Vukosavovic family’s history from 1479 to current times. It includes his personal experiences growing up in the former Yugoslavia, his departure from his home country following Yugoslavia’s breakup, and bits of his life in America. The...

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Snow Blind

Recovering After the Random Shooting
By William M Johnson

Snow Blind: Recovering After the Random Shooting by William M Johnson begins in July 1991 when, at the age of 41, Bill Johnson was shot in the left temple. The bullet passed behind the orbits of his eyes and exited at the right temple. Accepting...

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Speedy

Hurled Through Havoc
By Dave Letterfly Knoderer

Speedy Hurled Through Havoc by Dave Letterfly Knoderer is a poignant, slice-of-life memoir that will entertain and inspire you. Set against the backdrop of circus life and love for the road, the author tells a collection of stories: his father Billy's and his own. Readers...

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Selectively Lawless

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

In the early twentieth century, a man uses ingenuity and his ability to skirt the law to forge the life he desires in the historical novel Selectively Lawless: The True Story of Emmett Long, An American Original by Asa Dunnington. Growing up in Texas and...

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Stuccoville

Life Without a Net
By Charles Lewis Radke

Stuccoville: Life Without a Net by Charles Lewis Radke is a poignant memoir about a mother/son relationship. Radke tells of his impoverished childhood, having little to eat besides tomato sandwiches, caring for his mother, who was ill with lupus, and dealing with the void left...

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See Me Grieve

A Widow's Journey
By E. A. Tobolski

Poignantly rendered and profoundly moving, See Me Grieve: A Widow's Journey by E. A. Tobolski tells the author’s story after the sudden death of her husband and the pain into which it plunged her, but it is also a story of triumph over grief, and...

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So Long Bob

A Pennsylvania Farm Boy's Letters Home from the War
By Brian Berkey

The title So Long Bob: A Pennsylvania Farm Boy's Letters Home from the War perfectly describes what this book is about. Shortly before the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor, Bob Berkey, who lived in a small town in Pennsylvania, was drafted and served his country. This...

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So Much Older Then

Coming of Age When the World Is Coming Apart
By Paul Kuehnert

So Much Older Then: Coming of Age When the World is Coming Apart is a work of non-fiction in the memoir genre. It is suitable for the general reading audience and was penned by author Paul Kuehnert. The book tells the story of the author’s...

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Scars

By Nadia Bruce-Rawlings

Scars by Nadia Bruce-Rawlings is a biographical anthology of the author’s early life of abuse and addiction. It consists of 11 stories/vignettes, and two poems, all of it dominated by her early molestation by her father that took her from what should have been an...

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