Non-Fiction - Drama

Nameless Indignities

Unraveling the Mystery of One of Illinois's Most Infamous Crimes
By Susan Elmore

Susan Elmore’s novel, Nameless Indignities: Unraveling the Mystery of One of Illinois's Most Infamous Crimes, is a non-fiction, true crime story that happened in the late 1800s. Emma Bond, a young schoolteacher is viciously gang-raped and left for dead in her school. She miraculously survives...

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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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Nothing is as it Appears, It's all Smoken Mirrors

A Twentieth and Twenty-First Century Chronicle of Coverup and Conspiracy
By Jim Allen

Jim Allen expresses his fears for the future of this country in his book, Nothing is as it Appears, it's all Smoken Mirrors. “Somewhere in the Constitution it says that when government is no longer for the People, by the People, It is the People’s...

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