Another Look at Life

By Maureen Wingham

Another Look at Life is a work of non-fiction written in the format of a memoir by author Maureen Wingham. Tracing a complete life experience from its earliest origins, we meet Maureen as a young girl growing up during the Second World War, and follow...

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A Year Under Sharia Law

Memoir of an American Couple Living and Working in Saudi Arabia
By Alex Fletcher

A Year Under Sharia Law: Memoir of an American Couple Living and Working in Saudi Arabia by Alex and Elizabeth Fletcher is a memoir that documents the life of a couple as they navigate the challenging, somewhat dangerous landscape of Saudi Arabia under Sharia law....

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A Tortuous Path

Atonement and Reinvention in a Broken System
By Christopher E Pelloski

A Tortuous Path: Atonement and Reinvention in a Broken System by Christopher E Pelloski is a memoir that will fill every fiber in the reader with emotion. The memoir begins with the sentencing of the protagonist: “The sentence for accession with an attempt to view...

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Among the Maasai

A Memoir
By Juliet Cutler

Among the Maasai by Juliet Cutler is a memoir recounting the two years the author spent living and teaching in Tanzania at the end of the 1990s. Arriving with preconceived ideas and expectations, nothing was as she had imagined. She describes her feelings of being...

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Another Place Called Home

Surviving Foster Care
By Susan DuMond

Another Place Called Home: Surviving Foster Care by Susan DuMond is a memoir of the author's experience of foster care at The Susquehanna Valley Children's Home from the age of eleven until she left to go to college at the age of 18. This is...

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An Invisible Child

A True Story of Hope for Victims of Abuse
By Lenore Ossen

In the introduction to An Invisible Child: A True Story of Hope for Victims of Abuse, Lenore Ossen writes: “This is a true story. This is my story. This is about a child who grew up in a lonely, isolated world with a mother who...

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Amazing Days, Endless Nights

The Mystique of Surgery 3
By David Gelber MD

Amazing Days, Endless Nights: The Mystique of Surgery 3 is the third book in a series by David Gelber, a book that lifts the veil and allows readers glimpses of the operating room. It is a wonderful homage to surgeons and to doctors who spend...

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Autobiography of An American Teacher

By D.J. Wright

Autobiography of An American Teacher by D.J. Wright is a book that asks a hard question about American education, a powerful reflection from an education expert: What is it that makes American education ineffective? The author of this book doesn’t waste time in answering the...

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A Broken Man

The Rocky Shoals of Marriage, Remarriage and Divorce
By Trevor Stewart

A Broken Man is a work of non fiction by author Trevor Stewart, self described as a focus on ‘The Rocky Shoals of Marriage, Remarriage and Divorce’. A relatively short but heartfelt volume, the book tells the tale of its author, Trevor, from a perspective...

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Amsterdam Exposed

An American's Journey Into The Red Light District
By David Wienir

Amsterdam Exposed: An American’s Journey into the Red Light District by David Wienir takes readers into the heart of the red light district to witness powerful encounters and meet the women who work there. Entering his third year of law school at Berkeley and about...

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