The Water Has Come

By Keldra S Pinder

The Water Has Come by Keldra S Pinder is a non-fiction memoir that follows the devastating path of Hurricane Dorian with a first-hand account of its destruction. Situated on Grand Bahama Island in a zone without a mandatory evacuation, Pinder, her aunt and cousin, and...

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From the Womb to the Tomb - The Tony Lester Story

A Culture of Death in an Arizona Prison
By Carl R. Toersbijns

From the Womb to the Tomb - The Tony Lester Story: A Culture of Death in an Arizona Prison by Carl R. Toersbijns is a bold examination of how incarcerated people with mental health issues are treated within the walls of Arizona prisons and exposes...

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Precious Silver Chopsticks

A True Story of a Korean Noble Family
By Mae Adams

Precious Silver Chopsticks: A True Story of a Korean Noble Family by Mae Adams is a beautiful story woven around interesting characters; Grandpa, Grandma, Father, Mother, Little-Pa, Big-Sis, Intaek, Mae, and Hewitt Dayne Adams. The author weaves in the essence of the Korean spirit and...

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Cheetah on the Wing 1

Military History and Downfall
By Mitchell Krautant

Cheetah on the Wing: Military History and Downfall by Mitchell Krautant is an engrossing memoir that will delight fans of the military genre. But there is more to it than that. It is the story of an interesting character who suffers under an unfair and...

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The Little Breadwinner

War and Survival in the Salvadoran Heartland
By Lucia Mann

The Little Breadwinner by Lucia Mann is, as the subtitle suggests, a tale of war and survival in El Salvador, a story that captures the devastating experience of the Civil War from 1980 to 1992. It is often said that when elephants fight, the grass...

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Random Tangents

Embracing Adventures in Life
By Greg Hawk

Random Tangents: Embracing Adventures in Life is author Greg Hawk’s memoir of a life less ordinary; one in which he chose to follow his whims and desires rather than the conventional paths to work, marriage, children, and ultimately retirement. When the author graduated from high...

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Have You Seen These Children?

A Memoir
By Veronica Slaughter

Have You Seen These Children? A Memoir by Veronica Slaughter is a heartrending memoir written from the perspective of an eight-year-old who, along with her siblings, Valorie, Vance, and Vincent, went on a journey that changed their lives forever. The book is about how misguided...

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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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Dead Man Rising

From a Watery Grave to a Supernatural Life
By Larry Skahill

Dead Man Rising: From A Watery Grave To A Supernatural Life by Larry Skahill is the fascinating story of the author who was cut in half by a boat's propeller. He shares his near-death experience with readers when, on his way to the hospital, he...

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Plant Trees, Carry Sheep

A Woman's Spiritual Journey Among the Sufis of Scotland
By S. A. Snyder

Scotland’s lush and green countryside beckons S.A. Snyder as she struggles with a spiritual crisis. A man named William offers her a place at Braemar House, known as the school of esoteric education. Enticed by the promise of learning to love God and man, what...

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