Xena

Their Courage Changed Our World
By Ausxip and Mary D. Brooks

The words of the opening of the fantasy TV series Xena is something all contributors to the anthology Xena: Their Courage Changed Our World by Ausxip and Mary D. Brooks know by heart. They talk about a time of ancient gods, warlords and kings -...

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Alfred

The Quiet History of a World War II Infantryman
By Louise Endres Moore

In Alfred: The Quiet History of a World War II Infantryman, Louise Endres Moore chronicles the wartime experiences of her father, Alfred N. Endres. After completing basic training, he is shipped out to Europe when he joins the campaign in Normandy soon after D-day. As...

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The Sky is Not the Limit

Talent is Only the Beginning
By Maggie Richardson

The Sky is Not the Limit: Talent is Only the Beginning by Maggie Richardson is a non-fiction biography of Ross Hutchinson, a man who wore a great many different hats through a diverse career. Hutchinson was the rare sort of man who not only dreamed...

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Illegal

One Immigrant’s Life Or Death Journey To The American Dream
By Laz Ayala

Illegal: One Immigrant’s Life Or Death Journey To The American Dream by Laz Ayala tells the story of Ayala coming to the United States from El Salvador in 1980 as an illegal alien. He was 14 years old, afraid, and unsure of what was ahead...

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Nine Lives and Counting

A Memoir of Adventure, Self-Discovery and Bouncing Back
By John P. Culnane

Born in the middle of World War II in the UK, John P. Culnane realized the harsh reality of the outside world from a young age. He was sent to a brutal boarding school where physical punishment, hunger, and cruelty were a daily occurrence followed...

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Disguised Blessings

A Wife's Story of Her Wall Street Husband Turned Bank Robber
By Jeanne Callahan Trantel

Disguised Blessings: A Wife's Story of Her Wall Street Husband Turned Bank Robber by Jeanne Callahan Trantel is the non-fiction autobiography of a woman whose marriage was built on a foundation of lies. From the outside looking in, there is very little that would lead...

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God's Umbrella

Southwest New Mexico World War II Survivors
By Mary Alice Murphy

God's Umbrella: Southwest New Mexico World War II Survivors by Mary Alice Murphy is one of the best books I have read with WWII themes. The author has painstakingly interviewed 81 WWII survivors and veterans and has translated their experience in these pages in a...

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Architect of Death at Auschwitz

A Biography of Rudolf Höss
By John W Primomo

While awaiting trial in Poland between 1946-47, Rudolf Höss, the man referred to as the greatest mass murderer in history, wrote his memoirs. Höss systemically executed 1.1 million men, women, and children with a chilling lack of empathy or culpability. As the prisoners entered the...

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The Son I Knew Too Late

A Guide to Help You Survive and Thrive
By Sally A. Raymond

As a parent, you try to do the best that you can for your child or children. But what happens when everything that seems to be going right for your child appears to go all wrong? In this heartfelt book, The Son I Knew Too...

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A Saint and a Sinner

The Rise and Fall of a Beloved Catholic Priest
By Stephen Donnelly with Diane O'Bryan

As I read the last few pages of this courageous memoir, A Saint and a Sinner, I was overcome with a profound sadness that a man who’d fought so hard to win control over his various addictions and was helping so many people made one...

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