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Terrible Terry Allen: Combat General of World War II - The Life of an American Soldier

by Gerald Astor

Terry de la Mesa Allen’s mother was the daughter of a Spanish officer, and his father was a career U.S. Army officer. Despite this impressive martial heritage, success in the military seemed unlikely for Allen...


Pop Princesses

by Beth Peters

THE GIRL'S CLUB

They're young, they're beautiful, and they're changing the face of pop music with their dazzling talent and style!

Christina Aguilera: This GENIE IN A BOTTLE is making all her wishes come true!...


Nineteen Days: Wrestling with God in the Death of My Son

by Daniel Parkins

What happens inside us as we experience the agony of the loss of a child? When the loss of it grieves you at first, and then, as time passes, doesn't seem to go away but comes in waves upon waves? Tragedy befalls...


In The Shadow Of The Courthouse, Second Edition: Memoir of the 1940s Written as a Novel

by James R. , Jr. Dr. Fisher

In the Shadow of the Courthouse invites the reader to imagine coming of age (8 to 13) in Clinton, Iowa in the middle of the United States, in the middle of the century (1942-1947) and in the middle of this farm...


God Is about to Do!

by Steve Kasmiersky

God Is About To Do! is the story of Steve Kasmiersky. Come on this journey and watch up close one man's struggle with personal demons, physical frailty, and the God that made him. Insightful and poignant, Steve's...


The End of My Addiction

by Olivier Ameisen, M.D. & Jeffrey S. Borer, MD

"After years of battling uncontrollable addiction, I have achieved the supposedly impossible: complete freedom from craving." Dr. Olivier Ameisen was a brilliant cardiologist on the staff at one of America’s...


Sweet Charlotte's Seventh Mistake

by Cori Crooks

In Sweet Charlotte’s Seventh Mistake Cori Crooks records her search for identity among the things left behind by her delinquent family, her deceased, drug-addicted con-artist mother, and her missing biological...


Thomas Cromwell: Machiavellian Statecraft and the English Reformation

by Patrick J. Coby

Thomas Cromwell, chief architect of the English Reformation, served as minister of Henry VIII from 1531 to 1540, the period during which more political and religious reform was accomplished than at any other...


The American Journey of Barack Obama, eBook text edition

by Life Magazine & Edward M. Kennedy

For decades Americans have turned to LIFE to see, understand, and remember the most important events and people of our time. Just as LIFE once opened up the glittering Kennedy White House, LIFE now focuses its...


Generally Speaking: A Memoir by the First Woman Promoted to Three-Star General in the United States Army

by Claudia J. Kennedy & Malcolm Mcconnell

Claudia J. Kennedy retired as the Army's first female three-star general and the highest-ranking woman ever in that branch, overseeing 45,000 soldiers worldwide. During her 32-year career she witnessed the dramatic...


Just Here Trying to Save a Few Lives: Tales of Life and Death from the ER

by Pamela Grim

An emergency medicine physician for nearly a decade, Dr. Pamela Grim has delivered babies, treated heart attacks, saved car accident victims, comforted the dying, and consoled the living who were left behind....


A Teenager's Journey: Overcoming a Childhood of Abuse

by Richard B. Pelzer

Many thousands of readers were moved by Richard B. Pelzer's heart-wrenching memoir, A Brother's Journey, in which he detailed the horrifyingly abusive childhood he endured at the hands of his mother, whose treatment...


A Life That Matters: The Legacy of Terri Schiavo -- A Lesson for Us All

by Terri's Family:, Mary and Robert Schindler & Suzanne Schindler Vitadamo

A year after Terri Schiavo's controversial death, her parents and siblings share their love and sorrow, their joy and pain, and stunning revelations as they celebrate Terri's life, mourn her death, and tell...


Eden Express

by Mark Md Vonnegut

"Most diseases can be separated from one’s self ... schizophrenia is something we are." So begins Mark Vonnegut’s depiction of his descent into, and eventual emergence from, mental illness. As a recent college...


Climbing the Mango Trees: A Memoir of a Childhood in India

by Madhur Jaffrey

Whether acclaimed food writer Madhur Jaffrey was climbing the mango trees in her grandparents' orchard in Delhi or picnicking in the Himalayan foothills on meatballs stuffed with raisins and mint, tucked into...


Happily Ever After

by Leah Furman & Elina Furman

Drew Barrymore was a star by the time she was seven years old, a drug addict by twelve, and a has - been before her sixteenth birthday. But with the resounding success of such recent films as Ever After: A Cinderella...


With the Old Breed: At Peleliu and Okinawa

by E.B. Sledge

“Eugene Sledge became more than a legend with his memoir, With The Old Breed. He became a chronicler, a historian, a storyteller who turns the extremes of the war in the Pacific—the terror, the camaraderie,...


My Dog Skip

by Willie Morris

Now a major motion picture form Warner Brothers, starring Kevin Bacon, Diane Lane, Luke Wilson, Frankie Muniz, and "Eddie" from the TV show Frasier (as Skip), and produced by Mark Johnson (Rain Man).

In 1943...


Blood Trails: The Combat Diary of a Foot Soldier in Vietnam

by Christopher Ronnau

BAPTISM BY FIRE

Chris Ronnau volunteered for the Army and was sent to Vietnam in January 1967, armed with an M-14 rifle and American Express traveler’s checks. But the latter soon proved particularly pointless...


Amerigo: The Man Who Gave His Name to America

by Felipe Fernandez-Armesto

In 1507, European cartographers were struggling to redraw their maps of the world and to name the newly found lands of the Western Hemisphere. The name they settled on: America, after Amerigo Vespucci, an obscure...