The Unknown Face

A memoir of marriage, mental illness, and the search for why
By Gregory Duncan

The Unknown Face is a work of non-fiction in the memoir, grief, and psychological writing subgenres. It is best suited to the general adult reading audience as it contains discussions of suicide. Penned by author Gregory Duncan, this true-life account follows a marriage that unravels...

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In the Face of Catastrophe

How a Traumatic Brain Injury Became a Blessing
By Jennifer Rose Goldman, Caryn Meg Hirshleifer

Jenn experienced severe intracranial hemorrhage three days before her 31st birthday. Concerned family members rushed her to the North Shore University Hospital, where they kept vigil for any sign of good news regarding the young woman. Jenn survived the arduous and protracted experience, punctuated by...

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Things I Never Told My Father

Growing Up Gay as a Preacher's Son
By Jeffrey L. Carrier

Things I Never Told My Father: Growing Up Gay as a Preacher's Son is a work of non-fiction in the memoir, slice-of-life, and LGBTQ+ genres. It is best suited to the mature adult reading audience owing to references to sex and sensitive subject matter including...

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Born and Raised to Murder

A Failure of Foster Care
By Irene Sullivan

Born and Raised to Murder: A Failure of Foster Care by Irene Sullivan is a fantastic peek behind the scenes of a foster care system that fails its wards. Following on from Raised By The Courts, A Failure of Foster Care delves into the case...

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Zoya's Gift: Building a Bridge to a Global Family

A Memoir
By Gail McCormick

Zoya's Gift: Building a Bridge to a Global Family is a work of non-fiction in the memoir, sociocultural issues, and slice-of-life genres. It is best suited to the general adult reading audience and contains some non-graphic discussions of violence and war crimes. Penned by author...

Connected By Fate

Who Killed Melissa Witt?
By LaDonna Humphrey

Connected by Fate is a non-fiction true crime account by LaDonna Humphrey. In December 1994, Melissa Ann Witt was abducted and her body was found in early 1995. The case has remained unsolved but has not been forgotten in Arkansas. LaDonna joined Detectives J. C....

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And She Was Never the Same Again

A Multigenerational Memoir
By Natasha Pryde Trujillo, Ph.D.

And She Was Never the Same Again: A Multigenerational Memoir is a work of non-fiction in the grief, self-help, and memoir subgenres. Penned by author Natasha Pryde Trujillo, Ph.D., this intriguing work delves into the profound impacts of loss across generations, cultures, and identities. Through...

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Our Song

A Memoir of Love and Race
By Lynda Smith Hoggan

Lynda, a white university student, and JT, a black athlete from the inner city, share a deep connection from the moment they first meet. Despite the distance between their schools, they continue to express their longing for each other through letters and poems. Their chemistry...

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Eternally Naïve

A Reluctant Autobiography
By T. R. Robinson

Eternally Naïve: A Reluctant Autobiography was penned by author T. R. Robinson in the autobiography, slice of life, and emotional writing genres. This engaging work chronicles the extraordinary life of an ordinary woman, offering a raw and deeply personal insight into the resilience of the...

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Burned

Pyromania, Murder, and A Daughter's Nightmare
By Frank C. Girardot Jr., Lori Orr Kovach

In her autobiography, Burned: Pyromania, Murder, and a Daughter's Nightmare, Lori Orr Kovach opens up to author Frank C. Girardot Jr. about being the daughter of the Pillowcase Pyro, John Orr. For years, her father had evaded the police, committing horrendous crimes of arson. From...

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