Uprooted

Family Trauma, Unknown Origins, and the Secretive History of Artificial Insemination
By Peter J. Boni

In his middle years, Peter J. Boni is at the top of his professional career as a veteran high-tech CEO who is the go-to guy for organizations in disrepair. While his career has been competing for time and attention with his family, his mother suffers...

The Shut Door

Losing Me, Finding Him
By MeShayle Lester

The Shut Door: Losing Me, Finding Him is a work of non-fiction in the memoir, autobiographical and introspective writing sub-genres, and was penned by author MeShayle Lester. The work is intended for the general reading audience and discusses the emotional trauma and how one’s identity...

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Tracing Footsteps

The Frasers of Scotland to Frazers of Virginia and West Virginia
By Lillian Frazer

Tracing Footsteps: The Frasers of Scotland to Frazers of Virginia and West Virginia by Lillian M. Frazer is a detailed non-fiction documentation of William Frazer’s descendants. Frazer was a Scottish immigrant to America who descended from the Scottish Highland Clan Fraser of Lovat. Records show...

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Two Revolutionary War Privateers

William and Joseph Packwood of Connecticut
By William T Packwood PhD, Virginia M Packwood EdD

Do you wonder what skeletons lie in your closet? Have you studied your family history, or looked into genealogy to trace your roots? When William T. Packwood started looking into his family’s past, he was surprised to find his ancestors hailed from New London, Connecticut...

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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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Norway to Washougal

An Unusual History Book Inspired by Homesteaders Anna and Engel Engelsen
By Susan Tripp

Norway to Washougal: An Unusual History Book Inspired by Homesteaders Anna and Engel Engelsen is a work of non-fiction in the world heritage, history, and culture sub-genres, and was penned by author Susan Tripp. Looking into the author’s own past and ancestral family life as...

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Our Immigrants' Son

By John Francis Patrick Murphy

Our Immigrants' Son by John Francis Patrick Murphy is an inspiring work of historical non-fiction. With details and records, he traces his family heritage from 1845 with his parents, then down through history. But this isn't a fictionalized genealogy alone. It's a woven fabric of...

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Longhorns, Silver and Liquid Gold

The Irvin Family's Pioneer Ranching, Mining and Wildcatting in Texas and New Mexico
By Tom Scanlan

Longhorns, Silver and Liquid Gold by Tom Scanlan is a well-researched biography of the author's family history. By tracing the maternal side of his ancestry, Tom Scanlan presents a colorful and interesting story of a young rancher and his family going as far back as...

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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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Ancestral Quest

By James Redman

If you’re a genealogy buff, you may find Ancestral Quest a charming look at the process of family tree discoveries in the years before so many records, newspapers, and DNA tests were digitized and searchable to the extent they are today. Within the context of...

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