Nobody's Like Me

A Bronx Girl's Memoir
By Irene Abruzzese

Nobody's Like Me: A Bronx Girl's Memoir by Irene Abruzzese is a wonderful story of a young girl growing up without her mother, raised by her uncle, grandmother, and aunts, an inter-generational journey of her passage to womanhood - a story that examines what it...

Not Exactly Love

A Memoir
By Betty Hafner

Not Exactly Love by Betty Hafner is a memoir that falls into the genre of family and relationships. This is a book that would appeal most to a mixed audience of adults and young adults who are interested in a memoir about a woman in...

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No Damage

An Adventure in Courage, Survival and the Pursuit of Dreams
By Kathryn Hodgson

“‘Yes, I really am sure and yes it is, er, very pretty.’ 'Are you sure now young lady? Hang on! Weren't you in here just the other day buying it? ... So, tell me. Go on! Why do you want to return it then darling?” ‘... Because...

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Never a Hero to Me

By Tracy Black

As a victim of child sexual abuse at the hands of my biological father, I am drawn to memoirs like Never a Hero to Me by Tracy Black as a moth is drawn to a flame: reading a story like this hurts; it rekindles painful...

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Not Really Gone

By Blaire Sharpe

A member of a highly dysfunctional family, Blaire Sharpe does her best (and worst) to overcome the legacy of an alcoholic father and abused mother. As a young girl, she endured the injustices of neglect and sexual abuse, often haunting her progress through self and...

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Notes of a Love Song

Day-to-Day with Parkinson's Disease
By Claire Verney

"Till death do us part." Such a well known phrase and one that most happily married couples don't think about until they get into their later years and health issues arise. Claire Verney, author of Notes of a Love Song: Day-to-Day with Parkinson's Disease, probably...

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Not The Body

A story of pain, degradation, intrigue, corruption, spirituality and Love
By Shirlie K Plomer

Not The Body by Shirlie K. Plomer is almost too unbelievable to be true crime or memoir. Several times I checked the category under which it was listed to be sure I hadn’t made a mistake: surely it was fiction. But no, no mistake. Not...

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Nostalgia From a City Set Upon a Hill

By Garfield Whyte

Nostalgia From a City Set Upon a Hill is a non-fiction memoir written by Garfield Whyte. The author knew that he had to do well enough in the Common Entrance Examinations to be accepted into Munro College, a prestigious boarding high school. His mother had...

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Not My Secret to Keep

A Memoir of Healing From Childhood Sexual Abuse
By Digene Farrar

In a meaningful, heartfelt, and heartbreaking book about one of the most horrifying acts that can be done to a child, Not My Secret to Keep: A Memoir of Healing from Childhood Sexual Abuse by author Digene Farrar is a book that is both important...

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No, I'm Not Drunk!

Taming My Parkinson's With Humor, Music and Charity
By Alan Jackowitz

No, I'm Not Drunk!: Taming My Parkinson's With Humor, Music and Charity is a non-fiction collection of memoirs written by Alan Jackowitz. The author found out he had Parkinson's Disease on the day before his fiftieth birthday, and had celebrated his seventh anniversary of that...

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