Prison Nurse

Mayhem, Murder and Medicine
By Ellen Kane

Prison Nurse: Mayhem, Murder and Medicine by Ellen Kane is a memoir of the author's experiences as a nurse working in a correctional center. Through her personal experiences and memories of events that happened to others, the reader learns about bad men doing bad things,...

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Perpetual Hell

A Memoir
By Wendy Othello

Perpetual Hell: A Memoir by Wendy Othello is the story of Wendy, an African who was born in America and raised in white society. Wendy's life was good - she was not born into slavery, and not sold as a child to some old man...

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Porcelain Travels

Humor, Horror and Revelation in, on and around Toilets, Tubs and Showers
By Matthew Felix

In Porcelain Travels by Matthew Felix, enter the weird and wonderful world of avid traveler Matthew as we follow his backpacking adventures around the world. Whether he is in Morrocco, Copenhagen or Paris, Matthew doesn't require many luxuries, and he is the eternal optimist, but...

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Parts, Pieces and Aspects of a Frozen Mouse

Book Two
By AJ Mouse

Parts, Pieces and Aspects of a Frozen Mouse: Book 2 is a nonfiction memoir written by A.J. Mouse. In her first book, the authors shared the experiences of the 10 alternate personalities of Mouse, an eight-year-old with Dissociative Identity Disorder. The first alternate, Peter, was...

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Peacemakers

A Christian View of War and Peace
By Peter Dixon

Peacemakers: A Christian View of War and Peace by Peter Dixon offers a fresh perspective on conflict resolution, one that encompasses the author’s peace building journey and work in conflict resolution, starting from the rough terrain and dangers of the streets of Kabul, and his...

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Parenting the Severely Disabled Adult

A Journey of Mother and Daughter
By Kathleen A Fischer

Parenting the Severely Disabled Adult by Kathleen Fischer is an account of the journey of one step-parent who cared for a disabled adult with cerebral palsy for 14 years. It is a personal story combined with a handbook and packed with useful information. It is...

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Pray the Gay Away

By Michael Zakar, Zach Zakar

Pray the Gay Away by Michael Zakar and Zach Zakar is a memoir, at times sensational and heartbreaking, of Iraqi twins in modern America, two brothers “cursed” to be gay — at least in the eyes of their own mother. How can they admit to...

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Papa and Mama Said

Full of Dare County Folklore
By Lucinda Gallop Baum

Papa and Mama Said: Full of Dare County Folklore by Lucinda Gallop Baum is a non-fiction memoir or autobiography about the life and experiences of Lucinda growing up in the '30s and '40s of rural America. Papa and Mama Said is written in a...

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Polygamy

Is it a Killer?
By Christy 'Seyi Olorunfemi

“I am a product of polygamy, not by marriage but by birth.” These are the words with which the author begins this powerful book that explores one of the social issues that affect Nigerian society, family, and economy, and by identifying her roots, the author...

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PRIDE

You Can't Heal if You're Hiding From Yourself
By Ronald Holt, William Huggett

It’s tough being a teenager. Period. I am middle aged now, but I remember this like it was yesterday. In my writing, I have often advocated having a course on life to teach young people about some of the difficult choices they will have to...

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