V.Q.E

The Tale of an Indian Physician in the United Kingdom of the 1980's
By Vivek Gumaste

V.Q.E: The Tale of an Indian Physician in the United Kingdom of the 1980's by Vivek Gumaste is an interesting memoir that brilliantly documents the story of a young graduate fresh from medical school in Britain in the 1980’s. Twenty-six years old and an ambitious...

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Vietnam War River Patrol

A U.S. Gunboat Captain Returns to the Mekong Delta
By Richard H. Kirshen

Vietnam War River Patrol: A U.S. Gunboat Captain Returns to the Mekong Delta is a non-fiction military memoir written by Richard H. Kirshen. When Kirshen got his draft notice from the U.S. Army in 1967, he figured that enlisting in the Navy would keep him...

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Vagrants in Paradise

A Travel-Humor Essay
By Paul Howard

Vagrants in Paradise is a non-fiction memoir written by Paul Howard. After travelling to Hawaii with the hopes of acquiring some of life’s knowledge which could not be gained in a classroom, Paul and his friends, Nate, Dupree, Dalton and Manny quickly learn what happens...

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Veronica's Grave

A Daughter's Memoir
By Barbara Bracht Donsky

Veronica's Grave: A Daughter's Memoir by Barbara Bracht Donsky is the compelling memoir of a woman coming to terms with the loss of her mother. In the process of discovering her mother, she ends up discovering herself. The author speaks about her lost childhood, the...

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Varuna

A Thames Barge that was Home
By Caroline Havord

Varuna - A Thames Barge that was Home by Caroline Havord begins when she, leading a life of humdrum tranquility with her daughter, terrier and kittens, falls in love. The gentleman in question, Bryn William, being a man of taste, introduces her to life on...

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Vasu

Captain Burt and the Cannibals
By Barrie Canfield Bonter

“What is bred in the bone is hard to get out of the flesh” – Captain George Burt from Vasu (Captain Burt and the Cannibals), a historical non-fiction by Barrie Canfield Bonter. Captain Burt, an insightful, ambitious seafaring man was determined to make his fortune...

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Voice of a Voyage

Rediscovering the World During a Ten-year Circumnavigation
By Doann Houghton-Alico

Voice of a Voyage: Rediscovering the World During a Ten-year Circumnavigation by Doann Houghton-Alico is the author’s personal story of her travels aboard her yacht on an epic voyage with her husband. The voyage spanned ten years and circumnavigated the globe. The journey included 41...

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Victim Of Circumstance

By Douglas Rappaport

Victim of Circumstance by Douglas Rappaport is an introspective book analyzing, among other things, the possibility of love. Conceived as a memoir, the author recollects defining moments in his life, from his relationship with his mother and her death, to his two failed marriages and...

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