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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October Will Never Be the Same

By Kathleen Janz-Anderson

Nothing is more terrifying for a mother than losing her child. Kathleen's 39-year-old son, Chad, took his own life on October 14, 2014. Since that fateful day, Kathleen's life has drastically changed. She spent three horrifying years immersed in intense grief, anger, and guilt. Kathleen...

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On Sunny Days We Sang

A Holocaust Story of Survival and Resilience (Holocaust Survivor True Stories WWII)
By Jeannette Grunhaus de Gelman

On Sunny Days We Sang: A Holocaust Story of Survival and Resilience (Holocaust Survivor True Stories WWII) is a work of non-fiction in the historical and memoir subgenres. It is best suited to the general adult reading audience and was penned by Jeannette Grunhaus de...

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Operation George

A Gripping True Crime Story of an Audacious Undercover Sting
By Mark Dickens, Stephen Bentley

“They associate, infiltrate, befriend their target, and covertly gather evidence for a future day of reckoning,” writes author Mark Dickens with Stephen Bentley with respect to undercover police officers. “The Troubles” cut a swathe of human misery through Northern Ireland for nearly four decades(the 1960s-1998)....

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One Small Word

Surviving Childhood Abuse
By Gloria Eveleigh

One Small Word by Gloria Eveleigh is the heartrending memoir of Frankie and her journey to self-recovery after being physically and sexually abused by her father. The story reveals the traumas she suffered during childhood at the hands of Frederick, her father, describing her memory...

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Out Here in the Darkness

By Abra Stevens

Are you a true crime fan? As someone who has always clung to the adage that truth is stranger than fiction, I certainly am. And when it comes to the content and characters in Out Here in the Darkness by Abra Stevens, I know that...

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Ocean Ablaze

War Reaches the Outer Banks
By Carlton Harrell

Oceans Ablaze: War Reaches the Outer Banks tells the true story of Nazi submarines off the East Coast of the United States during WWII. It chronologically details the Navy's often slow response to the dangers ships faced within the U.S. coastal waters. Ships carrying raw...

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Out from the Underworld

By Heather Siegel

Out from the Underworld by Heather Siegel is a memoir detailing her early years living with an irresponsible father, after the disappearance of an idolized mother. She and two siblings, Jaz and Greg, live alternately with their father in the basement of his parents’ home,...

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