Winging It!

The True Story of How a Passenger Landed an Airplane
By Gregory Harris

Winging It! The True Story of How a Passenger Landed an Airplane by Gregory Harris is an illustrated account of an emergency landing in 2013 at Humberside, England. Three men, two of whom were pilots, planned a day trip using a Cessna from their flying...

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The Fencers

A Cold War Escape Memoir
By Geza Tatrallyay

As a writer and reader of thrillers, memoirs are not usually my thing. And these days when I see an article about sport, my eyes glaze over. It is a long time since I played any kind of sport myself and, well, these days sportsmen...

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Songs of an Irish Poet

The Mary O'Leary Story
By Brian Brennan

Songs of an Irish Poet: The Mary O'Leary Story by Brian Brennan presents the life and poetic works of Mary O’Leary. O'Leary is one of the last representatives of the Gaelic literary tradition. She lived between the 18th and the 19th centuries when knowledge of...

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Rescued from the Ashes

The Diary of Leokadia Schmidt, Survivor of the Warsaw Ghetto
By Leokadia Schmidt

Rescued from the Ashes: The Diary of Leokadia Schmidt, Survivor of the Warsaw Ghetto by Leokadia Schmidt is a memoir that captures the horrific experience of the Holocaust and what it was like to be a Jew during WWII. In this memoir, a young Jewish...

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Red Blood, Yellow Skin - Endless Journey

By Linda L.T. Baer

Following her last book, Red Blood, Yellow Skin: A Young Girl’s Survival in War-torn Vietnam, this book, Red Blood, Yellow Skin: Endless Journey, begins towards the end of the 1960s as Linda Loan Thi Baer prepares for her marriage to Don, an American Air Force...

The Soledad Children

The Fight to End Discriminatory IQ Tests
By Marty Glick, Maurice Jourdane

The Soledad Children: The Fight to End Discriminatory IQ Tests by Marty Glick and Maurice Jourdane is a well-researched, historical non-fiction book that serves as a powerful indictment of a form of racial discrimination suffered by Mexican immigrants. Born and raised in a labor camp...

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War Babies in a Small Town

Everyone He Met Was His Straight Man
By Fred Hammer

War Babies in a Small Town: Everyone He Met Was His Straight Man by Fred Hammer is a memoir that beautifully captures the spirit of a period that is well defined. Readers are very aware of the baby boomers, the silent generation, and the millenials,...

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The Biblical Clock

The Untold Secrets Linking the Universe and Humanity with God’s Plan (Inspired Studies)
By Daniel Friedmann, Dania Sheldon

Daniel Friedmann and Dania Sheldon’s The Biblical Clock has the ambitious aim of showing how science and religion are not opposites. On the contrary, they can help to explain each other regarding the origin of life and the End of Days. Based mainly on Jewish...

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Italians of Northeastern Pennsylvania

By Stephanie Longo

Italians of Northeastern Pennsylvania is not the first book Stephanie Longo dedicates to the history and presence of Italian immigrants in North America. With her considerable efforts, Longo is helping to fill the void that still makes the experiences and lives of these people largely...

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Mayhem 337

Memoir of a Combat Advisor in Afghanistan
By Chad Rickard

Mayhem 337: Memoir of a Combat Advisor in Afghanistan by Chad Rickard is a nonfiction narrative that will immensely appeal to fans of military books. It is a record of the author’s experience in combat, fighting the orchestrators of the 9/11 tragedy. Growing up in...

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