Non-Fiction - Drama

Pieces of Me

Rescuing My Kidnapped Daughters
By Lizbeth Meredith

Pieces of Me: Rescuing My Kidnapped Daughters, Lizbeth Meredith’s personal narrative of regaining her kidnapped daughters, is nothing if not poignant. Of course, the subtitle tells us the story’s resolution, but reading about her herculean struggles to get her daughters back from the unscrupulous clutches...

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Instant Wit

How to Be Witty and Come Up with the Right Things to Say Instantly!
By The INSTANT-Series

Instant Wit: How to Be Witty and Come Up with the Right Things to Say Instantly! by The INSTANT-Series covers many more topics than the title describes. You are cleverly taught how to interact with everyone in professional and social settings, no matter how uncomfortable...

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IMMUNITY

Entitlement of Wealthy Political Notables
By Donna S LeClair

In Immunity: Entitlement of Wealthy Political Notables by Donna S LeClair, Emma Baker moved to Beverly Hills, California, and was able to get a job in the Gram household, with David and Pauline - American media mogul, entrepreneur, philanthropist, heir, and film producer on the...

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The Escape to Cabo

Based on a True Story
By S. A. LaPoint

The Escape to Cabo is a nonfiction memoir written by S.A. LaPoint. Scott Frieze had never quite gotten over his childhood obsession with becoming a bank robber. He was in the early stages of a comfortable middle-class, middle-age existence, when he decided, finally, to act...

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Audience as Performer

The Changing Role of Theatre Audiences in the Twenty-First Century
By Caroline Heim

A lot has changed from decades ago in how audiences react and respond to live performances, whether it's at a concert or a play; they even react differently when watching a movie in a theatre, or TV show, or even sitting in church. Audiences are...

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Fear of the Tide

The Untold Story of a Cuban Rebel
By Analise M. Oliver

Fear of the Tide: The Untold Story of a Cuban Rebel by Analise M. Oliver is a riveting biography that follows the life of one of Cuba’s rebels, David Fuentes Martinez. When he bought a train ticket from his native, underdeveloped rural Las Matinas to...

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The Color of People

By James F Goffio, Joseph J Goffio, Sultan Sayed

The Color of People by James F. Goffio, Joseph Goffio and Sultan Sayed is a true story written to inspire people. The story is centred on the lives of two main characters and their families. Goffio (et al) alternates between characters as the plot unfolds....

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Cradle of Crime

A Daughter's Tribute
By Luellen Smiley

Luellen Smiley’s Cradle of Crime: A Daughter's Tribute is a narrative account of a hidden family history. The narrator of the story is hounded by her fear of her father, but after watching the documentary of Benjamin 'Bugsy' Siegel’s life, her father’s best friend, hearing...

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The Fall and Rise of Tyler Johnson

Based on the Journals of a Young Man Turned Fugitive
By Patrice Johnson

There is an almost frantic pace to the narration of the events that fill the 495 pages of The Fall and Rise of Tyler Johnson by Patrice Johnson … and that pace is a perfect fit for what the principal character in this biography, Tyler...

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Failure of Justice

A Brutal Murder, An Obsessed Cop, Six Wrongful Convictions
By John Ferak

Failure of Justice: A Brutal Murder, An Obsessed Cop, Six Wrongful Convictions by John Ferak is a riveting true crime read. This real life story revolves around the murder of a Nebraska widow in 1985 and the tumultuous and twisty case that ultimately led to...

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