Never Forsaken

A young woman's gripping account of faith, courage, and survival before, during, and after World War II
By Cindy Scott

Marion Ghent spent the last fifteen years of her life writing her World War II memoirs. Sadly, she never saw her book published as she passed away. Thankfully, her daughter Cindy Scott made the promise of finishing what her mother had started, and the result...

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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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Never Sold Out

By Douglas Frank Marsh

Never Sold Out by Doug Marsh with Carlo Brigola begins with a typical story of a young man in a band in the eighties and a spare ticket to a Van Halen concert. Fast forward to the nineties and Carlo, the owner of a CD...

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Never Let Me Go

A Memoir
By Nicole Lowe

Never Let Me Go hit so close to home it scared me. Not because my own life experience was similar to that of Nicole Lowe's, the author of this memoir, but because how Nicole felt, what she did as a teen, and why she did...

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Not A Soldier, But A Scoundrel

The Lives and Deaths of George W. Graham
By Heidi M Crabtree

Not A Soldier, But A Scoundrel - The Lives and Deaths of George W. Graham by Heidi M. Crabtree is a significant, well researched book, enough to be memorable amongst the plethora of novels and histories I read concurrently. The chief protagonist of this history...

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Nostalgia From a City Set Upon a Hill

By Garfield Whyte

Nostalgia From a City Set Upon a Hill is a non-fiction memoir written by Garfield Whyte. The author knew that he had to do well enough in the Common Entrance Examinations to be accepted into Munro College, a prestigious boarding high school. His mother had...

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Nichijo

The Testimony of John Provoo
By John Oliver

Author John Oliver was working in Hawaii when he met John Provoo and decided to tell his story. Nichijo: The Testimony of John Provoo is therefore like an autobiography, as it is written in the first person. According to his ‘testimony’, John Provoo grew up...

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North Carolina Aviatrix Viola Gentry

The Flying Cashier
By Jennifer Bean Bower

North Carolina Aviatrix Viola Gentry - The Flying Cashier by Jennifer Bean Bower begins with the birth of Viola in 1894, a tomboyish girl whose pranks include running away to join a circus with some local boys and getting caught. She gets into a marriage...

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Nine Houses

Chronicles Of One Woman’s Triumph Over Abuse, Shame, And Neglect
By Mary Eatmon

Everyone has a secret, whether it’s large or small. What is yours? Would you ever tell it or carry it with you to the grave? If you were to tell it, who would you tell? Why? How? Nine Houses: Chronicles Of One Woman’s Triumph...

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Notes from Hell

By Nikolay Yordanov,Valya Cherveniashka

The horrifying story of Valya Chervenyashka is one that you will not soon forget. Notes From Hell by Nikolay Yordanov and Valya Chervenyashka relates the story of the Bulgarian nurse who was kidnapped from the El Fatih Hospital, Benghazi, Libya in 1999, blindfolded, gagged and...

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