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Miracle Mongers and Their Methods

by Harry Houdini

"All wonder," said Samuel Johnson, "is the effect of novelty on ignorance." Yet we are so created that without something to wonder at we should find life scarcely worth living. That fact does not make ignorance...


The Whirl

by Andre Agassi

What’s heaven to seven-year-old Andre Agassi? To never play tennis again. Yet his father has other plans. Mike Agassi was born in Iran, where Allied soldiers gave him a racket after the war and introduced...


To Love and To Kill

by M. William Phelps

“Phelps dares to tread where few others will: into the mind of a killer.” —TV Rage

“Phelps is a true-crime veteran.”—New York Post

The missing-persons case of Heather Strong, a young, beautiful suburban...


Fourth Down and 50: How One Night Almost Took Me from a Promising Football Career to 50-Years-to-Life

by James Leon "Jimmy" Wilson & Andrea Williams

From a murder charge to the San Diego Chargers—defensive back Jimmy Wilson spent more than two years in jail before he was acquitted of murder. In this motivational coming-of-age memoir, he shares the inspiring...


Tales from the Festival Hall

by Nick Yapp

A collection of short stories set in and around the RFH on London’s South Bank. Against a background of live music, six charatcers tell their tales – of suspicion and jealousy, of broken dreams and flawed...


Dagger Four Is OK: Brigadier General Norman C. Gaddis POW Memoir

by Bill Norris & Norman C Gaddis

At the age of eighteen, armed with a dream of flying and the desire to serve his country, Norman Gaddis enlists in the Army Air Corps in the months following the bombing of Pearl Harbor. After twenty-four years...


The love left behind

by Montellik

I was not born learned in love, the only school that made me grow are the experiences that life has given me. She does not care if I make mistakes, the trick is not to always do the same if I want to meet the...


Meditations

by Marcus Aurelius

MARCUS AURELIUS ANTONINUS was born on April 26, A.D. 121. His real name was M. Annius Verus, and he was sprung of a noble family which claimed descent from Numa, second King of Rome. Thus the most religious...


Hannibal

by Jacob Abbott

Hannibal was a Carthaginian general. He acquired his great distinction as a warrior by his desperate contests with the Romans. Rome and Carthage grew up together on opposite sides of the Mediterranean Sea. For...


Julius Caesar

by Jacob Abbott

There were three great European nations in ancient days, each of which furnished history with a hero: the Greeks, the Carthaginians, and the Romans. The Roman hero was Caesar. He was born just one hundred years...


Alexander the Great

by Jacob Abbott

Alexander the Great died when he was quite young. He was but thirty-two years of age when he ended his career, and as he was about twenty when he commenced it, it was only for a period of twelve years that he...


Two Chucks and a Tabby Cat: 2012 ends

by Gail Jennie Orbell

Writing as Jennie Orbell, Gail writes romantic, suspense and contemporary fiction. This is a light-hearted look at Gail's other, less glamorous (but far funnier) 'real' life in Leicestershire with her partner,...


Boy in a Slouch Hat

by Ted George, George Richter & Carolyn Brown

For the Vietnam "police action', the way the world was seen, shaped and understood was irretrievably changed by war. In his humorous and moving memoir, Ted George gives voice to the experience that changed the...


I Remember You Simon

by Jennie Philpott-Nelson

At just nineteen years old, Simon Philpott fell to his death from a hotel balcony on Sydney's Northern Beaches. He had a life of opportunity and love ahead of him. It was cut short. Jenny Philpott lost her 'beautiful...


YOU MAY BE GOOD AT SOMETHING: an autobiography

by A J Bill Bailey

"You may be good at something, we've yet to find out what it is...." Bill Bailey's Latin teacher's assessment of his pupil when he left school was not very encouraging. Fortunately Bill Bailey found a great...


Without a Net: A True Tale of Prison, Penthouses, and Playmates

by Michael Claibourne & Barry Hornig

Starving and certain that I would die in my dingy jail cell in Spain, I made a deal with God. I fell to my knees, promising to give up all drugs and criminal activities. I prayed out loud, witnessed only by...


Tini Largegarden- How I Heard It, Lived, Saw and Became again: Second edition

by Tini Largegarden

This book portrays the Life Story of Tini Largegarden. Already at a young age, I wondered who I was and what I was actually doing here. I was lucky that in those days, through my inner Child, I had subconsciously...


Unbelievable: Living in the Son

by Graham Bee

Struck by cancer twice, shattered by his wife's death, his family rocked by a murder; any one of these could be enough to overwhelm a person. But there is more. Giving up his dream of becoming a top stud dairy...


Revival Fires, Anointed Generals Past and Present (Part Two of Four)

by Alan Pateman

This is the time of new beginnings, perhaps some might say, "Now is the count down for the Lord's return...," but the fact remains, there is much work to be done. We need stable, trained and Spirit led harvesters...


Oscar Wilde, Art and Morality

by Mason

To the Editor of the St. James's Gazette. Sir,—I have read your criticism of my story, "The Picture of Dorian Gray," and I need hardly say that I do not propose to discuss its merits and demerits, its personalities...