Under the Naga Tail

A True Story of Survival, Bravery, and Escape from the Cambodian Genocide
By Mae Bunseng Taing, James Taing

Under the Naga Tail: A True Story of Survival, Bravery, and Escape from the Cambodian Genocide is a work of non-fiction in the memoir, cultural and psychological subgenres. It is best suited to the general adult reading audience for its strong (though non-graphic) content and...

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Murder in Dallas, November 22-24, 1963

What Really Happened
By George Schwimmer PhD

“For me, JFK’s death now existed in another life. Or so I thought,” writes George Schwimmer in the preface to Murder in Dallas, November 22-24, 1963: What Really Happened. Schwimmer originally believed the version trotted out by the government and mainstream media, whereby Lee Harvey...

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Enough Really is Enough

By Vivien Heim

Lucie is almost 67 years old. But age is just a number, as Lucie lives life to the fullest. She lives in legendary Stratford-upon-Avon and is, of course, an avid theater lover. Lucie is good at cooking and loves to share delicious food with those...

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Camel from Kyzylkum

A Memoir of My Life Journey
By Lara Gelya

The collapse of the Soviet Union is one of the most significant events of the twentieth century. Camel from Kyzylkum is the story of the author, Lara Gelya, an immigrant from the Soviet Union who left her motherland in the late ‘80s and arrived in...

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Thomas Sweatt

Inside the Mind of DC's Most Notorious Arsonist
By Jonathan Riffe

Thomas Sweatt: Inside the Mind of DC's Most Notorious Arsonist by Jonathan Riffe takes you to Washington DC, which was the scene of a terrifying spate of arson attacks between 1980 and 2005, before the perpetrator was finally arrested. Confessing to more than 340 fires...

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Escapegoat Daughter

A memoir of one woman's decision to go no contact with her family
By Misty Compton

A platitude that I often hear is that you should always be forgiving and loving toward your parents because ‘you’ve only got one family.’ This saying ignores the enormous damage that family members can do to us during our lives and assumes we have a...

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Whatever the Future Holds

a story of grace, resilience, and love
By Heidi E. V. McCann

Whatever the Future Holds: A Story of Grace, Resilience, and Love by Heidi E. V. McCann is an up-close and moving glimpse into a real love story more powerful than any travail encountered, including death. For all its devastating effects, it leaves a lasting inspiring...

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Sin City Gangsters

The Rise and Decline of the Mob in Las Vegas
By Jeffrey Sussman

“The winners are those who control the game and all players are suckers” is a quote attributed to gangster Meyer Lansky in Sin City Gangsters: The Rise and Decline of the Mob in Las Vegas by Jeffrey Sussman. Las Vegas wasn’t founded by the men...

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The Man Who Hacked the World

A Ghostwriter’s Descent into Madness with John McAfee
By Alex Cody Foster

The Man Who Hacked the World: A Ghostwriter’s Descent into Madness with John McAfee by Alex Cody Foster is a fascinating insight into the world of one of the most notorious and misunderstood software geniuses, John McAfee. The book is neatly split into two halves....

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By A River, On A Hill

By John Durbin Husher

By A River, On A Hill by John Durbin Husher is a memoir of the author and his twin brother. John “Jay” Husher and Lee Kenneth “Kenny” Husher wanted more from life and they were not afraid to go after it. The story opens in...

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