Arabesque: Dancing on the Edge in Los Angeles

A "DEATH DANCE DESTINY" Memoir V.1
By Cherie Magnus

There are real-life events that can be told like novels. They have so much joy, sorrow, and emotion that it is enough to pick up a pen and let the memories flow to tell a delightful story. This is the impression you have when you...

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A Gift from the Enemy

A True Story of Escape in War-time Italy
By Enrico Lamet

A Gift From the Enemy (A True Story of Escape in War-time Italy) by Enrico Lamet takes the reader into the author's boyhood during the hard and perilous times of World War II. Born to a Jewish mother and father, Lamet started his life with...

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Finding Heaven

I want to believe
By Dana A. Oliver

Finding Heaven by Dana A. Oliver is an eye-opening account of the author's quest for the answer to the question, "Is there life after death?" He then embarks on a mission to find the answers that many of us have asked at one time or...

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Origins of Innovation

Ancient (R)evolutions in Perspective (History of Innovation)
By B.J.G. van der Kooij

Origins of Innovation: Ancient (R)evolutions in Perspective is a work of non-fiction based on the history of innovation and invention, and was penned by author B.J.G. van der Kooij. From the technological perspective at which we now stand, it seems difficult to imagine ancient times...

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Miraculous

The True Story of the Padre of Guadalcanal
By Robert T. Fertig

Miraculous: The True Story of the Padre of Guadalcanal by Robert T. Fertig is the story of how one act of kindness can change the lives of other people. Patsy was alone in the world, or so she thought. She was separated from her mother...

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Bertha

Shine Like the Dawn
By Lisa M. Hutchison

Bertha: Shine Like The Dawn by Lisa M. Hutchison is a dive into the Germany of the mid-1800s through to the mid-1900s. Bertha, the title character, was a real person; the great-great-grandmother of the author and a woman who struggled through and dealt with the...

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Tom - The Adventures of a Portsmouth Lad

By Tom Edwards

Tom – The Adventures of a Portsmouth Lad is a work of autobiographical non-fiction which focuses on recent British history, from the harbor town of Portsmouth to the wider seas of the world. The central figure is author Tom Edwards, who is a Second World...

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The Postponed Wedding

By Elizabeth Toenies

I like books where personal accounts and history blend well together because private vicissitudes and general information create the most delightful stories. This is what happens with Betty Ann Toenies’ amazing book The Postponed Wedding. The wedding she refers to is that of her parents....

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Women Who Knew Jesus

By Bonnie Ring

In Women Who Knew Jesus, Dr. Bonnie Ring writes: “When the women of today are introduced to the stories of the encounters of Jesus with women, they often recognize their similarity to those women, feel the impact of that similarity and suddenly regard those women...

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Abandoned in Hell

The Fight For Vietnam's Firebase Kate
By William Albracht, Marvin Wolf

I have read a lot of books about war, from ancient battles to the present. I like them maybe because I am a veteran myself. But none has moved me, none has taken me there and made me as proud to be an American fighting...

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