Moving Parts

A Memoir
By Jason Hill

Moving Parts: A Memoir is a nonfiction work in the autobiographical, motivational, and memoir subgenres. Written by author Jason Hill, the work conveys the author’s life as he authentically speaks on the black male experience in today’s world. From his shy beginnings in Chicago, we...

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United in Grief

The Tragic Story of Stephanie Scott's Murder and the Effect it had on the Small Town of Leeton NSW
By Monique Patterson

Stephanie Scott was a 26-year-old teacher who moved to Leeton, New South Wales. A few days before marrying Aaron Leeson-Woolley, tragedy strikes when this bride-to-be goes missing. In Monique Patterson’s crime non-fiction book, United in Grief: The Tragic Story of Stephanie Scott’s Murder and the...

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Midnight Flight to Nuremberg

The Capture of the Nazi who put Adolf Hitler into Power
By Marcus A. Nannini

If you are looking for a historical book about Germany, World War II, America's involvement in the conflict, Hitler, and his compatriots, Midnight Flight to Nuremberg: The Capture of the Nazi who put Adolf Hitler into Power by Marcus A. Nannini is a good start....

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See Me Grieve

A Widow's Journey
By E. A. Tobolski

Poignantly rendered and profoundly moving, See Me Grieve: A Widow's Journey by E. A. Tobolski tells the author’s story after the sudden death of her husband and the pain into which it plunged her, but it is also a story of triumph over grief, and...

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The 3-0

Based on a True Story of the Largest Police Corruption Scandal in New York City's History - The Dirty Thirty
By Liborio Lungaro

The 3-0 by Liborio Lungaro is a story that is based, as the subtitle aptly puts it, on a True Story of the Largest Police Corruption Scandal in New York City's History: The Dirty Thirty. Set in the 1990s, the book follows this historic event...

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Juggernaut

By Ruth Forrest Glenn

Juggernaut by Ruth Forrest Glenn is the first book in the It Went Like This series, a gripping true crime with an intelligently written plot and robust characters. Forty-six years ago, a phone call to the sheriff’s wife got her rattled. That phone call was...

Every Reason to Fail

The Unlikely Story of Miss Montana and the D-Day Squadron
By Bryan Douglass

Every Reason to Fail by Bryan Douglass is a mind-blowing, incredible non-fiction book centered around Miss Montana and the D-Day Squadron. Beginning with the creation of N24320 in 1944, this book tells of an exceptional military aircraft that was built too late to serve in...

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To Every Page a Turning

One Life's Journey
By Carl Buccellato

To Every Page a Turning: One Life's Journey by Carl Buccellato is a memoir-like account of the life and spiritual journey of the author, from his childhood doo bop days in Brooklyn to his current retirement in Florida and all the dramatic hills and valleys...

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The Swing

A Muse's Memoir about Keeping the Artist Alive
By Susan Dennis

The Swing: A Muse's Memoir about Keeping the Artist Alive by Susan Dennis is a carefully crafted and incredibly well-written memoir that spans the twenty-four-year marriage of a photographer and his muse. With Detroit's 1980s dangerous gang wars in the background, this memoir paints...

Rock and Roll Murders

An Entrepreneur Finds that Murder is No Business Solution (Based on a True Story)
By Phillip Bruce Chute

The fictional account of a true story, Rock and Roll Murders: An Entrepreneur Finds That Murder is No Business Solution, written by Phillip Bruce Chute, is an intriguing tale. Alice Barro experienced poverty as a child and a young woman. Raymond McDade was the owner...

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