American Wolf

Holocaust Survivor True Stories
By Audrey Birnbaum

American Wolf: From Nazi Refugee to American Spy is part of the Holocaust Survivor True Stories series by Audrey Birnbaum. This is a coming-of-age story of a Holocaust survivor who saw the worst the world had to offer. It was the year 1941, and Wolf...

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A Yellow House In The Mountains

By Glenn Hileman

A Yellow House In The Mountains by Glenn Hileman is a heartwarming tale that follows the story of his parents, Lyle and Marylin Hileman. The pair came from humble beginnings and learned early on that hard work was necessary to achieve their dreams. Lyle had...

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A Prairie Girl

Living in Baghdad
By Jan Keating

A Prairie Girl: Living in Baghdad is a work of non-fiction in the biography, cultural writing, and family drama subgenres. It is suited to the general adult reading audience. Penned by author Jan Keating, this true account reveals the remarkable life of Sarah Powell, a...

A Century+ of Living

The Autobiography of Cora Jones “Boot” McLeod
By Dr. Beverly “Eagle” Rogers

A Century+ of Living: The Autobiography of Cora Jones “Boot” McLeod by Dr. Beverly “Eagle” Rogers presents a biographical narrative of McLeod's rural upbringing in Wake County, North Carolina, highlighting her strong family bonds, church, and agricultural life. Her idyllic childhood is shattered by...

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A Glimmer In The Dark

By Samman Akbarzada

A Glimmer in the Dark by Samman Akbarzada is a touching and sometimes tragic look at her life as a refugee from Afghanistan. She writes about her pain, suffering, and fleeting happiness. Her poems have no names only subgenres to describe her story in this...

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Alfred B. DelBello

His Life and Times
By John A. Lipman

William Shakespeare once said, “Some are born great, some achieve greatness, and some have greatness thrust upon them.” The one-time Lieutenant Governor of New York state, Alfred B. DelBello, was certainly born great. Having kicked off his political career as a councilman in Yonkers (his...

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A Stranger Killed Katy

The True Story of Katherine Hawelka, Her Murder on a New York Campus, and How Her Family Fought Back
By William D. LaRue

A Stranger Killed Katy by William D. LaRue is the True Story of Katherine Hawelka, Her Murder on a New York Campus, and How Her Family Fought Back. On August 29, 1986, a stranger arrived in town. Just hours later Katy Hawelka, a pretty sophomore,...

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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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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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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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