Muslim, Christian, Jew - "I Do"

A Memoir
By Hazel Wise

Muslim, Christian, Jew - "I Do": A Memoir by Hazel Wise is the autobiography of a woman who married, in exactly the same order, a Muslim, a Christian, and a Jew. Daughter of an Anglican missionary, Hazel grows up with her four siblings on a...

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Tropical Ecstasy

A Nostalgia Trip to Brazil
By Norman Weeks

Tropical Ecstasy: A Nostalgia Trip to Brazil by Norman Weeks is a non-fiction travel book that details the return of the author after an absence of twenty-five years to his old haunts in Brazil. An ex-Peace Corps volunteer from the US, Norman Weeks retraces his...

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Classic Cars of Cuba

By Wayne Gerard Trotman

Classic Cars of Cuba (Photography by Wayne Gerard Trotman) is not just a picture book about cars. It is an appreciation for a people and a culture on the largest island in the Caribbean. This is demonstrated through the images of old internal combustion-powered automobiles...

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Nobody Gets Out Of Catering Alive...

By Joe Montaperto

Nobody Gets Out of Catering Alive is a humorous memoir written by Joe Montaperto. Joe always knew he had the gift to be a top comic but what happened? The other comics he had started out with were now-famous names -- and him? He was...

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Immersed in West Africa

By Terry Lister

Immersed in West Africa is a non-fiction travel book written by Terry Lister. From his earliest days, travel was in the author’s blood. Both his mom and dad were seasoned travelers, and, while he was born on a small island, Bermuda, Lister’s imagination was captured...

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Why Everything You Know about Robin Hood Is Wrong

Featuring a pirate monk, a French maid, and a surprising number of morris dancers (Why Everything You Know ... Is Wrong)
By K C Murdarasi

The character of Robin Hood has delighted readers for centuries with his daring and wit. In his exploits, he often makes fools of corrupt authority figures, but remains true to a hero's honor code. At least, that's the Robin Hood of today's popular culture. But...

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A BONZA Life

The Story of a Baby Boomer
By Brian Murphy

A Bonza Life is a work of non-fiction written in the format of an autobiography by author Brian Murphy. As the title suggests, there is a strong influence of Australian culture on the life of the author, but the book also seeks to define and...

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Images of Cuba

By Wayne Gerard Trotman

Images of Cuba by Wayne Gerard Trotman captures the diversity of the culture, people, and customs of Cuba passed down from their African, Spanish, French, and Asian ancestors and have made Cubans the people they are. The author's love for the country reflects in the...

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Stay, Daughter

A Memoir of Muslim Girlhood
By Yasmin Azad

It is not often that we experience a memoir that is both profound and articulate in narrating episodes in the author’s life. Yasmin Azad’s Stay, Daughter: A Memoir of Muslim Girlhood is a striking account of a Muslim girl’s struggles in her coming of age...

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Lost in Mother Russia

A Memoir
By Jill McDowell

Lost in Mother Russia: A Memoir by Jill McDowell is an intimate look at Russia set in the middle 1990s. The author, an ESL teacher who teaches at Moscow State University and at the school in the Japanese Embassy, decides to search for her roots...

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