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My Tale of Woe

by Patricia Hastings

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My Tale of Woe is the tell-all true story of an ex-cult member, raped into submission, tortured, and left to fend in a world of craziness.

In her own words:

"I didn't know what I was getting myself...


Trailer Park Avenue Diaries - Volume Two, 1985-1989

by Kenneth Carmon Clements

Trailer Park Avenue Diaries, Volume Two, 1985-1989 Written by Kenneth Carmon Clements, this volume continues the journey of the insane compulsive behaviors of the writer living in Richmond, Virginia; Macon,...


Khabzela

by Liz Mcgregor

Liz McGregor follows the fortunes of South African Fana Khaba, a boy from a severely disadvantaged township background, a former taxi-driver, who achieves celebrity status and a cult following as the most popular...


Nightmare in Utah

by Brad Charles

Author Brad Charles had always dreamed of opening his own restaurant. In the fall of 2005, he made that dream come true and opened Curly's Fine Dining in southern Utah. In Nightmare in Utah, Charles shares his...


When Push Comes to Shov

by Paul Shovlin

"A thoroughly enjoyable read" Sir Gerry Robinson "A great story well told" Paul McGinley, European Ryder Cup Captain Paul Shovlin credits his pastoral upbringing in rural Donegal for much of what he has achieved...


Trailer Park Avenue Diaries - Volume One, 1980-1984

by Kenneth Carmon Clements

Trailer Park Avenue Diaries, Volume One, 1980-1984 Written by Kenneth Carmon Clements, this volume introduces the reader to the insane compulsive behaviors of the writer living in Richmond, Virginia and his...


Wildcat Memories: Inside Stories from Kentucky Basketball Greats

by Doug Brunk & Dan Issel

Since the tenure of Coach Adolph Rupp, the University of Kentucky Wildcats men's basketball team has been a virtual powerhouse, repeatedly dominating the Southeastern Conference and garnering eight national...


Sylvia Rafael: The Life and Death of a Mossad Spy

by Moti Kfir, Ram Oren & Shlomo (Ret.) Gazit

"There is a lack of quiet in Sylvia that craves for action.... She knows that she is special and that she possesses unusual and varied abilities." -- From the Mossad's psychological evaluation of Sylvia Rafael...


Marty's Dreams

by Tim Brophy

This story is semi-autobiographical. It is based on three dreams I experienced in my younger days, dreams that each recurred several times over a period of a few years, the kind of dreams that seemed very real...


My Dreams: Book Three 1 to 21

by Denise Pinch

She would like to meet George Clooney and go to Egypt with an Egyptian someday. Written down in the morning while the imagery and emotions are still fresh, Denise bravely shares her personal and most intimate...


My Dreams; Book Two Page 1 to Page 21

by Denise Pinch

She would like to meet George Clooney and go to Egypt with an Egyptian someday. Written down in the morning while the imagery and emotions are still fresh, Denise bravely shares her personal and most intimate...


Without Knowing Mr Walkley

by Edith Olivier

"Nowadays, one meets fewer 'Characters' than of old, and life seems to be far more uniform. Everyone knew some oddities in their childhood, curious people who looked and behaved quite unlike others, but such...


Wiltshire

by Edith Olivier

This "landscape of the uplands" has been described as "an ocean of rolling grass"; and, with its distinct and yet unaccented separateness, it looks like the green eye of England.' Originally compiled by the...


Night Thoughts of a Country Landlady

by Edith Olivier

"When the War drove her to fill the house with strange guests, it also drove her to fill her diary with strange thoughts... This broadened hospitality, and these unaccustomed contacts, completely changed for...


Country Moods and Tenses

by Edith Olivier

. . . let the townsman say what he will, country life has more variety . . .' A contemporary of Cecil Beaton, Siegfried Sassoon and Rex Whistler, Edith Olivier is best known for her first book, the novella,...


Dream No Little Dreams

by Clayton L. Mathile, Echo M. Garrett & Mary Beth Crain

Clayton Mathile's business career parallels the American Dream. From his beginning as an accountant for Campbell Soup Company to the sale of his company in 1999 to Procter & Gamble, then the largest P&G acquisition...


Growing Up with Raleigh: Smedes York Memoirs and Reflections of a Native Son, Conversations with John Sharpe

by John Sharpe

Smedes was once asked as a child what did you want to be? His answer: "I wanted to be part of our family business after attending college. I also wanted to attend and play basketball for North Carolina State...


"What Life Has Taught Me": The Making of a Leader

by Francis Stevens George

This is Part II of the republication of "What Life Has Taught Me". In Part II we visit his childhood, upbringing and education. This work ends with the chapter, "A Study Period at Oxford and London". We have...


Dying to be a Centrefold

by Terri Lenee Peake

Dying to be a Centerfold is my life story. Starting out as a neglected child and not having a nurturing mother was something I was ashamed of. I took care of my mother since I was 5 years old. I don't remember...


Eleanor: The Years Alone

by Joseph P. Lash

The New York Times Bestseller—“Superb…Lash has reached the highest level of the biographer’s art.” —Wall Street Journal Award-winning writer Joseph P. Lash picks up where Eleanor and Franklin ended,...