Secret Warriors, Psychic Spies

Redux
By Roger Mannon

Secret Warriors, Psychic Spies: Redux by Roger Mannon is a compelling memoir that opens the door to what happened in the CIA's Stargate Project, a government-backed program on psychic phenomena. Though the author has previously written a fictionalized version of the events as he experienced...

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Stuccoville

Life Without a Net
By Charles Lewis Radke

Stuccoville: Life Without a Net by Charles Lewis Radke is a poignant memoir about a mother/son relationship. Radke tells of his impoverished childhood, having little to eat besides tomato sandwiches, caring for his mother, who was ill with lupus, and dealing with the void left...

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See Me Grieve

A Widow's Journey
By E. A. Tobolski

Poignantly rendered and profoundly moving, See Me Grieve: A Widow's Journey by E. A. Tobolski tells the author’s story after the sudden death of her husband and the pain into which it plunged her, but it is also a story of triumph over grief, and...

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Sandwiched

A Memoir of Holding On and Letting Go
By Laurie James

Sandwiched: A Memoir of Holding On and Letting Go by Laurie James is an inspiring, moving memoir that will give you hope and light. This book is aptly titled Sandwiched because the author felt sandwiched between various obligations: her parents, teenage daughters, and her rocky...

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Sapphire Promise

Based on a true story of loyalty, trust, and unfailing love
By Sally Brandle

Prisoners of war stories evoke tremendous interest and empathy with their tragedies and triumphant survival. Sally Brandle has written a fictionalized account in Sapphire Promise of Annike’s survival in the Dutch East Indies, now Indonesia. Japan overran Indonesia in 1942, interning and then imprisoning Annike...

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Surviving Chaos

How I Found Peace at A Beach Bar
By Harold Phifer

Raised by a schizophrenic mother and a manipulating aunt in Mississippi, Harold’s childhood is fraught with consistent abuse and violence. He soon learns the art of becoming invisible and complacent to avoid the daily ritual of physical and emotional attacks, not only from those who...

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Silent Rise

A City, the Arts, and a Blue-Collar Kid
By Rick H. Jones

Silent Rise: A City, the Arts, and a Blue-Collar Kid by Rick H. Jones documents the transformative power of the arts in reshaping Hamilton, a city in Ohio. During his childhood, Jones’s parents empowered him to pursue his dreams. His love for the arts began...

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Surviving Our Parents' Mistakes, Second Edition

Healing the Scars from Childhood Mistreatment
By Larry Godwin

Surviving Our Parents’ Mistakes: Healing the Scars from Childhood Mistreatment—Second Edition by Larry Godwin, Ph.D., is a compilation of the author’s lifelong problems from having grown up with a single abusive mother, who, her husband having abandoned her, placed all her attention, useful and not,...

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Say Something

By Jeremy Clarke

Say Something by Jeremy Clarke is a poetry book that deftly describes the author’s growing up years. As we read in his poems, his life was difficult: a father who was not there, a mother who was mostly gone and came back only when she...

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Sooo... How Was Your Day?

By Brenda Hammon

Life experiences, challenges, and celebrations build lasting memories. These can be both positive and negative but it is your reaction to these events that is the most important. Throughout this collection of personal stories, we learn the power of holding a positive mindset through difficult...

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