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Outcry

Holocaust Memoirs
By Manny Steinberg

“I have thrown off the shackles that have held me prisoner since I was liberated from the concentration camps in Europe. At last I have complete freedom in body, mind, and soul. Sharing my story has helped me to put life into perspective. I am...

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Counting on America

A Holocaust Memoir of Terror, Chutzpah, Romance and Escape
By Gary Reiner and Kurt Reiner

Counting on America: A Holocaust Memoir of Terror, Chutzpah, Romance and Escape is a nonfiction historical memoir written by Kurt Reiner and his son, Gary Reiner. Kurt began writing his memoir when he was 62 years old, and he continued working on it until his...

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Squire With Fire

A Happy Dragon Tale
By Joseph Cassis

In Squire With Fire by Joseph Cassis, Mac is intrigued by the unusual gold ring on his grandfather's finger and wants to know where it originated from. His grandfather begins to tell him that the ring has been handed down through the generations for 600...

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Elizabeth

Obstinate, Headstrong Girl
By Tessa Dare, Joana Starnes, Amy D'Orazio, Jenetta James, Christina Morland, Karen M Cox, Beau North

Elizabeth: Obstinate, Headstrong Girl by Tessa Dare, Joana Starnes, Amy D'Orazio, et al. is a collection of short stories that retell, in part, Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice. Written by ten different authors, the stories place Elizabeth Bennet and her friends and family in various...

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Momma May I Be Me

By Dr. Tamecca S. Rogers and Keith Ross

Momma May I Be Me? is a fantastic parent and child book written by Dr. Tamecca S. Rogers and Keith Ross. Illustrated by K-Shaniece M. Smith, it is visual and easy to read. This book is a creative work emphasizing the importance of mental independence....

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It Could be Worse

A Girlfriend's Guide for Runners who Detest Running
By Beth Probst

It Could Be Worse: A Girlfriend's Guide for Runners who Detest Running is a nonfiction sport and fitness book written by Beth Probst. Probst wants her readers to know they can be runners -- if that’s what they’d like to be. She doesn’t make any...

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What Does It Profit A Man?

By Jon Bulgari

What Does It Profit A Man? by Jon Bulgari is an imaginative chronicle of an Italian family’s rise to affluence. From a small village in northern Italy, the family moves to the UK and the U.S. When WWII is declared, Tommy Beales, the main character...

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It's How You Think

Uncut
By Leon Stensholm

It’s How You Think: Uncut is a work of non-fiction in the biography genre. It is suitable for the general non-fiction readership and was written by author Leon Stensholm. The book recalls the author’s difficult journey through his athletic career, beginning with a promising start...

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Darling Saves Christmas

By Cheryl Campbell

Cheryl Campbell's Darling Saves Christmas is a must for anyone's Christmas collection! The mix of Campbell's words and Steve McGinnis' illustrations create a must-read for children! Raindoe Darling's curly tail turns out to be useful and saves the day when she is wandering around with...

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Corinthia Falls

By Kim Hutson

Corinthia Falls is a community church in northeastern Oklahoma. The Sunday the prank happened, as with all Sunday mornings, one side of the church was filled with sitters: the quieter people, those who worship within themselves, not showing anyone how they feel. The other side...

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Saving Amelie

By Cathy Gohlke

I found Saving Amelie by Cathy Gohlke to be a highly absorbing and mesmerizing novel. It is set in Germany in 1939, just as the Nazis are preparing to invade Poland. Rachel Kramer has traveled from the USA with her adoptive father to Germany for...

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Chaysing Memories: Book 2

Book 2
By Jalpa Williby

In Chaysing Memories by Jalpa Williby, we find a now grown up Tess moving on with her life, and in training for the special forces in the U.S. Military. But all is not well in Tess' world. She has memory lapses of a three-week time...

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Both Sides Now

A True Story of Love, Loss, and Bold Living
By Nancy Sharp

Nancy Sharp and Brett Brett Zickerman seemed to be the perfect couple until, unbelievably, he got brain cancer while only in his 30s. After surgery and chemotherapy it seemed his cancer was gone, but since they knew he would be sterile after the chemo, they...

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Rescue Me, Maybe

By Jackie Bouchard

Rescue Me, Maybe by Jackie Bouchard addresses love and loss as well as how to move on. Cancer claims Jane’s husband Ryan and her dog Barnum within the first chapter. Jane is sorry her husband died, but she is devastated over the loss of her...

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Paris Hop!

By Margie Blumberg

Paris Hop!, written by Margie Blumberg and illustrated by Renée Andriani, is a story about Grandma taking her granddaughter to the Eiffel Tower on a visit to Paris. They are determined to see how the city looks with the sun shining over it, but they...

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Gone For You

Sixth Street Band Contemporary Romance Series (Sixth Street Band Series Book 1)
By jane ayala

It’s time to rock in Gone For You by Jayne Frost. Cameron Knight lives his life by one rule: love ‘em, love ‘em good and after a good roll in the sack, leave ‘em smiling and sighing your name. As Cameron is a guitarist for...

Jesus (Yeshua) is a Worm...and a Snake Too, Among Other Things

By Kendall T. Shoulders

Jesus (Yeshua) is a Worm...and a Snake Too, Among Other Things by Kendall T. Shoulders takes a fresh new look at the Bible and some of its contents. Jesus has been described in glowing terms inside and outside Christianity. But, in different parts of the...

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From Race Horse to Trail Horse and Pet

By Marion N. Seidel

From Race Horse to Trail Horse and Pet by Marion N. Seidel is the story of Billy, a thoroughbred gelding who started his life as a racehorse and then became a trail horse and pet when his racing career ended. Told from Billy's point of...

Race Horse Training

Compared 2nd Edition
By Marion N. Seidel

Race Horse Training: Compared by Marion N. Seidel tells of her experiences with horse racing in Europe, or more specifically Germany, and of the experiences she had working at a track in Florida. Marion tells of how she didn't speak English, but had always dreamed...

Just Another Race Horse

By Marion N. Seidel

Just Another Race Horse is an animal story written by Marion N. Seidel, based on true events as told from the viewpoint of a horse named Sonny. Sonny was not one of the small, elite minority of racehorses that were born to be great and...

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