Sneaky Showbiz

By Simo Ben

I’ve never been a fan of magic, and when it comes to black magic, well I’ve always figured that’s the domain of fantasy fiction writers and filmmakers…that is, until I read Sneaky Showbiz by Simo Ben. Now I am seriously wondering if the downturns in...

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Simple, Safe & Secret

The 1981 Murder of Joan L. Webster
By Eve Carson

“Every crime has a solution. Sometimes the answers are obvious, but other times, layers of deceit cover up the truth,” opines Eve Carson at the inception of Simple, Safe and Secret: The 1981 Murder of Joan L. Webster. Thanksgiving had passed, and the holiday...

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Starving to Heal in Siberia

My Radical Recovery from Late-Stage Lyme Disease and How It Could Help Others
By Michelle Slater

Lyme disease brought a once vibrant Michelle Slater to the point of considering assisted suicide. Lyme disease is a crippling autoimmune disorder. It causes chronic fatigue, arm and leg pain, headaches, brain fog, etc. Her last ray of hope was an article on the internet...

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Second Chance

A Kidney Between Us
By Tina Shyver-Plank

Second Chance: A Kidney Between Us by Tina Shyver-Plank is a searingly honest short memoir about a special bond between two first cousins ​​and how their lives changed due to a shared kidney. Tina Shyver-Plank was 35 years old when she donated a kidney to...

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Spies of the Deep

The Untold Truth About the Most Terrifying Incident in Submarine Naval History and How Putin Used The Tragedy To Ignite a New Cold War
By W. Craig Reed

Underwater espionage is not a topic that receives much public attention due to its highly classified nature, so Spies of the Deep will come as a revelation to many readers. W. Craig Reed, himself an experienced submariner and diver, describes a world of intrigue, danger,...

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Stories for My Sons

By Marko Vukosavovic

Marko Vukosavovic’s memoir, Stories for My Sons, documents the Vukosavovic family’s history from 1479 to current times. It includes his personal experiences growing up in the former Yugoslavia, his departure from his home country following Yugoslavia’s breakup, and bits of his life in America. The...

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Snow Blind

Recovering After the Random Shooting
By William M Johnson

Snow Blind: Recovering After the Random Shooting by William M Johnson begins in July 1991 when, at the age of 41, Bill Johnson was shot in the left temple. The bullet passed behind the orbits of his eyes and exited at the right temple. Accepting...

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Speedy

Hurled Through Havoc
By Dave Letterfly Knoderer

Speedy Hurled Through Havoc by Dave Letterfly Knoderer is a poignant, slice-of-life memoir that will entertain and inspire you. Set against the backdrop of circus life and love for the road, the author tells a collection of stories: his father Billy's and his own. Readers...

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Selectively Lawless

The True Story of Emmett Long, An American Original
By Asa Dunnington

In the early twentieth century, a man uses ingenuity and his ability to skirt the law to forge the life he desires in the historical novel Selectively Lawless: The True Story of Emmett Long, An American Original by Asa Dunnington. Growing up in Texas and...

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Stuccoville

Life Without a Net
By Charles Lewis Radke

Stuccoville: Life Without a Net by Charles Lewis Radke is a poignant memoir about a mother/son relationship. Radke tells of his impoverished childhood, having little to eat besides tomato sandwiches, caring for his mother, who was ill with lupus, and dealing with the void left...

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