Dark Justice

By Dianne Cooper

Dark Justice is a true crime memoir written by Dianne Cooper. The author’s childhood was abruptly ended when she became pregnant at the age of fifteen. Her father rushed over to Joseph’s house to confront his minister father and demand that Joseph marry his daughter....

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Domestically Yours

A Caregiver's Inspiring Journey
By Annie Chua

Domestically Yours by Annie Chua sets out to show one woman’s experience of the Canadian Care-Giver Programme, after changes were implemented to include non-Europeans, giving them the opportunity to obtain permanent citizenship and bring families to join them. Canada needed care-givers; two salaries were required...

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Dear Lois

Our Adoption Journey
By Karen Schlindwein

Dear Lois: Our Adoptive Journey is a non-fiction parenting memoir written by Karen Schlindwein and Amalie Bowling. Karen and her husband, Tom, were young college graduates who shared a dream of having a large family. They had purchased a home and had jobs, but found...

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Debauchery

A Harem Boy's Saga Book 3
By Bernard Foong (pen-name Young)

Bernard Foong (pen-name Young) has spent a number of years as a male companion to several different men and it has been more than enjoyable for him. In fact, his entire life and his experiences are making a big difference to the rest of his...

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Dirge for the Dead of Verdun

By Edd Wheeler

Henry Montherlant (1895-1972) published his war memoir, Dirge for the Dead of Verdun, in 1924. In this book, the author bluntly portrays the post traumatic stress syndrome that in our day is frequently mentioned, yet not fully understood by those who have never been in...

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Dogs Don't Look Both Ways

A Primer on Unintended Consequences
By Jane Hanser

Dogs Don’t Look Both Ways is a fictionalized memoir written by Jane Hanser. It’s Joey’s story from the time he was born, along with his eight other brothers and sisters to mother Cocoa. Joey is a Labrador retriever. His bloodlines are quite distinguished with a...

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Dear Babies

Crazy Life, Simply Explained
By Amy Denby

Dear Babies: Crazy Life, Simply Explained by Amy Denby is not your typical parenting book. It is a book of letters to Amy’s babies. Every time Amy experiences something new, she writes them a funny and honest letter. The letters follow the whole ten months...

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Determined

The Story of Holocaust Survivor Avraham Perlmutter
By A. Avraham Perlmutter Ph.D.

Determined: The Story of Holocaust Survivor Avraham Perlmutter delivers everything you would expect from its title, and so much more. Doctor A. Avraham Perlmutter has crafted a no-holds-barred account of his life during World War II as an Austrian Jew who witnessed and survived many...

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Doctor, Doctor

A True Story of Obsession, Addiction, & Psychological Manipulation
By Merry Freer

In an age where so many truths and events hidden for years, such as alleged sexual abuse by priests or celebrities, a public who would have dismissed such allegations even a decade ago is steadily being enlightened as to what goes on behind closed doors,...

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Deprived of a Fighting Chance

An Inside Look at Rehabilitation in a Canadian Detention Centre
By Ghi Dean

Nelson Mandela once said that a nation should not be judged by how it treats its highest citizens, but its lowest ones. Ghislaine Dean's novel shows us how one of the "advanced" countries in the world deals with its prisoners -and it's not a pretty...

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