Non-Fiction - Historical

Jumping Over Shadows

A Memoir
By Annette Gendler

Jumping Over Shadows is a nonfiction historical memoir written by Annette Gendler. Annette hadn’t really wanted to go to her friend Michael’s birthday party; her father had died unexpectedly just three weeks before that. Michael was insistent, however, and he promised that being among some...

In The Afternoon Sun

My Alexandria
By Julie Hill

In The Afternoon Sun: My Alexandria by Julie Hill is a memoir that captures the pulse and soul of the city of Alexandria in Egypt, a story that transports readers to a metropolis that was once a melting pot of cultures and civilizations. Her parents...

Surviving PTSD & Moral Injury

How an Afghanistan veteran breaks the silence on mental illness
By Erik Krikke

Surviving PTSD & Moral Injury is a nonfiction memoir written by Erik Krikke. Krikke had reluctantly come to terms with the likelihood that he would be deployed as part of NATO’s Multinational Medical Unit, Role 3. Those at the hospital where he was currently assigned,...

The Secret to Political Happiness

By Angus Ramsey

Politics isn’t an easy subject to discuss with anyone because it seems as if everyone is so set in their ways that they refuse to even listen to someone with different views than their own. But in The Secret to Political Happiness by AM Ramsey,...

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Goodbye to Italia

By Marisa Parker

Goodbye to Italia by Marisa Parker is an enchanting story that takes the reader on a journey back in time and into the lives of her parents. The cover of this biography is beautiful and hints at the rich history inside the pages. I loved...

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Murder In The County

50 True Stories of the Old West
By Denele Campbell

Murder in The County by Denele Campbell is a collection of 50 True Stories of the Old West. Some people think that Arkansas was nothing to do with the Old West, but it was firmly up there with places like Texas. And crime abounded, from...

Great Women of African Descent

An Artistic Expression of the Icons
By Pascaliah Omiya, Odhiambo Siangla

Great Women of African Descent: An Artistic Expression of the Icons by Pascaliah Omiya and Odhiambo Siangla is definitely a literary and visual feast. The subject of this book is a collection of carefully selected notable African women that have made important contributions to the...

Living With A 98-Year-Old Rocket Scientist

Mister B
By Lynn Byk, Joseph Byk

Living with a 98-Year-Old Rocket Scientist: Mister B by Lynn Byk is a memoir that reads like nothing I have read in a long while. It is well-crafted, with details that capture the very essence of the day-to-day life of a 98-year-old rocket scientist, his...

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The Dead Years

Holocaust Memoirs
By Joseph Schupack

The Dead Years: Holocaust Memoirs is the personal story of Joseph Schupack. Joseph Schupack describes his life from when he was transported from Radzyn-Podaski to Treblinka and then on to other concentration camps, including Auschwitz in World War II. He tells a frank story of...

Tales of Titans, Vol. 2

From the Renaissance to the Electro/Atomic Age
By Rich DiSilvio

Tales of Titans, Vol. 2: From the Renaissance to the Electro/Atomic Age is a nonfiction collection of biographical essays written by Rich DiSilvio. In this second volume, DiSilvio starts with a survey of the Renaissance, beginning with the Medicis and concluding with a look at...