SMACK in the MIDDLE

My Turbulent Time Treating Heroin Addicts at Odyssey House
By Gibbs Williams Ph.D. and Joel Samberg

Smack in the Middle is a work of non-fiction focusing on a memoir style to recount a career, and it was penned by Gibbs Williams Ph.D., with the aid of Joel Samberg. Subtitled “My Turbulent Time Treating Heroin Addicts at Odyssey House”, the events of...

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That Famous Fig Leaf

Uncovering the Holiness of Our Bodies
By Chad W. Thompson

That Famous Fig Leaf: Uncovering the Holiness of Our Bodies by Chad W. Thompson is a Christian non-fiction book that addresses the sexuality and shame that have consumed our human state of nakedness throughout history. Using a combination of scripture, studies, documented and well-known stories,...

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Don't Expect Me To Cry

Refusing to let Childhood Sexual Abuse Steal my Life
By Janet Bentley

Janet Bentley has written Don’t Expect Me To Cry: Refusing to let Childhood Abuse steal my life in three parts. The first is the title section, the second, Don’t Expect Me To Lie, and the third, Don’t Expect Me To Die. It is not an...

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Mental Health Criminal Defense

By Jennifer Longtin

Mental Health Criminal Defense by Jennifer Longtin is a short but informative primer on helping us to understand how to help a friend or loved one with mental health issues caught up in criminal defense. More people than we know are affected by a mental...

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What You Don't Know Can Kill You

By Meghan Hansen

As children grow, they adopt their view of the world from their surroundings. By the time we reach adulthood, most of us learn to form our own opinions but are these factual or accurate? In What You Don't Know Can Kill You by Meghan Hansen,...

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The Seductive Pink Crystal

By Isaac Alexis

The Seductive Pink Crystal by Isaac Alexis M.D. is a very informative, nonfiction book that explores the dangers and perils of an addictive substance. Written by a medical specialist, the book explores the factors that lead to and sustain addiction, looks at the journey towards...

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Prison Nurse

Mayhem, Murder and Medicine
By Ellen Kane

Prison Nurse: Mayhem, Murder and Medicine by Ellen Kane is a memoir of the author's experiences as a nurse working in a correctional center. Through her personal experiences and memories of events that happened to others, the reader learns about bad men doing bad things,...

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Accidental Activist

Justice for the Groveland Four
By Josh Venkataraman and Barbara Venkataraman

Accidental Activist: Justice For The Groveland Four by Josh Venkataraman and Barbara Venkataraman is about a case in 1949, in Groveland, Florida, where a white 17-year-old young woman had falsely accused four young African-American men of rape. In 2015, Josh, a 21-year-old University of Florida...

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The Soledad Children

The Fight to End Discriminatory IQ Tests
By Marty Glick, Maurice Jourdane

The Soledad Children: The Fight to End Discriminatory IQ Tests by Marty Glick and Maurice Jourdane is a well-researched, historical non-fiction book that serves as a powerful indictment of a form of racial discrimination suffered by Mexican immigrants. Born and raised in a labor camp...

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War Babies in a Small Town

Everyone He Met Was His Straight Man
By Fred Hammer

War Babies in a Small Town: Everyone He Met Was His Straight Man by Fred Hammer is a memoir that beautifully captures the spirit of a period that is well defined. Readers are very aware of the baby boomers, the silent generation, and the millenials,...

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