Chasing Stolen Gold

How a Ten-Year Quest to Find Lost Gold Led to a Spiritual Awakening
By Camp McKinney Jimmy

Chasing Stolen Gold: How a Ten-Year Quest to Find Lost Gold Led to a Spiritual Awakening is a work of non-fiction in the memoir and self-discovery subgenres. It is best suited to the mature adult reading audience owing to some use of explicit language and...

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Captured by COVID

Deceit, Conspiracy & Death—A True Story
By Michael E. Bowers

Captured by COVID: Deceit, Conspiracy and Death - A True Story by Michael E. Bowers is a chilling memoir that details the author's harrowing experience while being treated for Covid-19. On December 31, 2020, Michael, his wife Diane, and son Brandon tested positive for Covid-19....

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Not A Real Enemy

The True Story of a Hungarian Jewish Man's Fight for Freedom (Holocaust Survivor True Stories WWII)
By Robert Wolf, Janice Harper

Not a Real Enemy by Robert Wolf and Janice Harper is a spellbinding memoir that follows the true story of a Hungarian Jewish man and his quest for freedom. Fans of Holocaust survival literature will devour this memoir that reads like well-crafted fiction. In 1944,...

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Yelling at God

By Colleen Cody

Yelling at God: A Memoir of Surviving Trauma by Colleen Cody is a moving memoir that details how the author dealt with her husband’s near-fatal accident. After spending the weekend with friends in their Jersey Shore Condo, Tom drove to their Pennsylvania home to pick...

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Intestinal Fortitude

A Memoir
By Earl Llewellyn Goldmann

Intestinal Fortitude: A Memoir by Earl Llewellyn Goldmann is a brutally honest memoir in which Earl takes the reader through every painful and joy-filled moment of his life. Earl shares the most poignant events, from growing up, falling in love with basketball, and so much...

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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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The Last Jewish Gangster

The Middle Years
By David S. Larson

In The Last Jewish Gangster: The Middle Years by David Larson, Michael Hardy opines, “I developed a keen sense of where danger lurks, what money can buy, and some of the unstated rules,” as he languishes in La Mesa Del Diablo Prison. He had been...

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Saved By Hope

By Jenny Lowe

Saved By Hope by Jenny Lowe is a gripping memoir about one woman’s painful path to motherhood. Born and raised in Utah, Jenny Lowe got married at the age of nineteen. The marriage ended in divorce, and at thirty years old, she married again. Emotionally...

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Fragile Minds

An Advocate's Story
By Diane Lane Chambers

In her memoir, Diane Lane Chambers frankly converses with her readers about the many ways US law is unjust to people who struggle with a mental illness and also to their loved ones. In Diane's career as a professional sign language interpreter, she had the...

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The Open Book

A Family Memoir of Adventure, Trauma, and Resilience
By Roselle Madrone

The Open Book: A Family Memoir of Adventure, Trauma, and Resilience is told using the voices of three women: Roselle “Rosie” Madrone, Robin Detmer, and Kris Dutter. Kris, the mother of Roselle and Robin, embraces the dream of building a life outside the confines of...

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