Non-Fiction - Autobiography

Counterstrike: Heaven Sent

Book Four: Non-Fiction
By Travis L Salisbury

Counterstrike: Heaven Sent (Book 4) by Travis L Salisbury is an autobiography. This is a book that would appeal most to a mixed audience of adults and mature young adults, who are not literary purists, enjoy non-fiction, and those who do not mind strong language....

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Nowhere Else I Want to Be

A Memoir
By Carol D. Marsh

Nowhere Else I Want to Be: A Memoir by Carol D. Marsh is a memoir primarily about Carol’s experiences and years working at Miriam’s Home, a shelter for homeless women with AIDS. Nowhere Else I Want to Be talks a bit about Carol’s own family...

The Grand Gypsy

A Memoir
By Ottavio Gesmundo

The Grand Gypsy offers a unique glimpse into a hidden world - that of the circus. The book was compiled by Ottavio Gesmundo, using a memoir written his grandfather, Ottavio Canestrelli, and tells the story of the Canestrelli family circus. The threads of various circus...

Is That The Shirt You're Wearing?

By Kristen Brakeman

Is That the Shirt You’re Wearing? by Kristen Brakeman is a collection of short essays, most of them previously published in various magazines and periodicals. They chart the progress of the long summer holidays when all three of her children are home, two teenagers and...

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Incest, Murder and a Miracle

The True Story Behind the Cheryl Pierson Murder-For-Hire Headlines
By Cheryl Cuccio, Robert Cuccio, Morgan St. James

It’s rare for me to review a book subjectively, but in the case of Incest, Murder and a Miracle by Cheryl Cuccio, Robert Cuccio, and Morgan St. James, I felt I had no choice. For starters, details, many of which were inaccurate, about the young...

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Under the Influence of Evil

A Brutally Abusive Childhood Exposed
By Darlene Deacon

Under the Influence of Evil: A Brutally Abusive Childhood Exposed by Darlene Deacon is an autobiography about Darlene’s story of childhood sexual abuse and the subsequent effects. Under the Influence of Evil immediately grabs one's attention from page one, and then jumps to Darlene’s growing...

Quit Crying and Keep Trying

Struggles and Triumphs on the Journey to me.
By Fabian D. Robinson

Quit Crying and Keep Trying: Struggles and Triumphs on the Journey to Me is a non-fiction memoir written by Fabian D. Robinson. Robinson grew up in the Westmoreland area of Jamaica, an agricultural area that was defined by sugarcane production. While his grandmother ensured that...

Behind the Microphone

By Lew Dobbins

Behind the Microphone by Lew Dobbins is a powerful book that brilliantly captures the broadcasting career of Lew Dobbins, underlining the factors that brought him to fame since his early audition in 1963, announcing the death of a President of the United States. Follow the...

Interrupted Journeys

A Memoir of an Army Brat
By Barbara Fifield

Interrupted Journeys by Barbara Fifield tells the story of her life, but concentrates mostly on her childhood and then the later years. As the daughter of a Major in the American army, they relocated several times, including stays in Japan, Germany, and several army bases...

The Bi-Polar Express

Ride the Life and Death Roller-coaster of Mania and Depression with Mother and Daughter
By Ela Simon, Natasha Simon

As the name suggests, The Bi-Polar Express by Ela and Natasha Simon is a book that throws light on how the life of a family is affected by depression and other mental instabilities. Ela, in the first half of the book, expresses the point of...