Maximilian's Treasure

By James D. Bell

Maximillian’s Treasure is an exciting legal drama tale by James D. Bell. Law partners John Brooks and Jackson Bradley assumed saving the farm for their Choctaw Indian client, Frank Dalton, would be easy. That was before they realized how desperate and dangerous some people were...

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My Travels Into History

By Randy Schreifels

History is all around us. Historic sites tell the story of our beginnings in an interesting way. There’s colonial Williamsburg, Monticello, Mount Vernon, Fort Ticonderoga and so many other places of historic interest. Why not hop on the train (or a bus) and tour the...

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Mayhem 337

Memoir of a Combat Advisor in Afghanistan
By Chad Rickard

Mayhem 337: Memoir of a Combat Advisor in Afghanistan by Chad Rickard is a nonfiction narrative that will immensely appeal to fans of military books. It is a record of the author’s experience in combat, fighting the orchestrators of the 9/11 tragedy. Growing up in...

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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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My Life

Escape from Communism
By Richard O. Rafanovic

My Life: Escape from Communism by Richard O. Rafanovic tells the story of the author, born in Košice, Czechoslovakia, and the vagaries of war and the subsequent effects of Communism. The author takes readers through the early days of his life, exploring the delights of...

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Mother Tongue

A Saga of Three Generations of Balkan Women
By Tania Romanov

Mother Tongue: A Saga of Three Generations of Balkan Women by Tania Romanov is a non-fictional memoir about Tania’s family background and her heritage. Mother Tongue is a story that moves through multiple generations. The book begins with Tania visiting their homeland in Croatia from...

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My Three Countries

A Journey from Privilege to Slavery to Freedom
By Anna Melgaard, Alice Melgaard Ard, Ellen Fredericks

My Three Countries: A Journey from Privilege to Slavery to Freedom by Anna Melgaard is a biography that is bold, charming, and thoughtful; a memoir of one woman’s journey from a privileged class to being stripped of everything and forcefully shipped with many others for...

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My Stars Are Still Shining

By Amina Warsuma

My Stars Are Still Shining by Amina Warsuma is a moving memoir with powerful lessons on what it takes to succeed, a story of grit, focus, and determination. Follow Amina’s journey from humble origins into the spotlight and learn how she got to interview celebrities...

Memoirs of Dr. Andrew Moonir Khan

Journey of an Educator
By Mrs. Brenda C. Mohammed

Memoirs of Dr. Andrew Moonir Khan: Journey of an Educator is a biographical work by Mrs. Brenda C. Mohammed focusing on the life story of a young teacher during the period of indentureship in the Caribbean. Andrew was the son of indentured immigrants from India,...

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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...