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You'd Better Not Die or I'll Kill You: A Caregiver's Survival Guide to Keeping You in Good Health and Good Spirits

by Jane Heller

Bestselling writer Jane Heller thought she'd found her dream man—until he turned out to be a "frequent flier," the term doctors and nurses use to refer to patients who land in the E.R. more often than the...


Until We All Come Home: A Harrowing Journey, a Mother's Courage, a Race to Freedom

by Kim de Blecourt

When Kim de Blecourt and her husband decided to adopt a child from Ukraine, they knew that the process might be challenging. Nothing, however, could have prepared de Blecourt for the twisted nightmare she would...


Hiding in Plain Sight: Eluding the Nazis in Occupied France

by Sarah Lew Miller & Joyce B. Lazarus

This personal and historical account of an era conveys the day-to-day life of a teenage girl living in Nazi-occupied France with the ever-present threat of death. Despite her loneliness, hardships and the derailment...


My Dears

by Ruth Snary & Snowden Cathy

Mother and I corresponded weekly for over fifty years and thirty years ago I began to keep her letters. Recently I decided to collate some in a book so that others could share my delight in reading them. They...


If Jesus Could Not Save Himself, How Would He Save Me?: A California Mexican in an Anglo Midwestern Protestant Faith

by Julián Segura Camacho

As the country recognizes the 101st birthday of former President Ronald Reagan, this memoir offers insight into a local Anglo-Protestant community in Westchester, California, that was but one grain of sand in...


The Guy Under the Sheets: The Unauthorized Autobiography

by Chris Elliott

Because no one will write an unauthorized biography about Emmy-winning writer and actor Chris Elliott, he has done it himself. Reader, you’re hereby warned that much of this book will be disturbing. The Guy...


There Was A Country: A Personal History of Biafra

by Chinua Achebe

From the legendary author of Things Fall Apart—a long-awaited memoir of coming of age in a fragile new nation, and its destruction in a tragic civil war

For more than forty years, Chinua Achebe has maintained...


Cruise to Cape Town: A Journey into a New South Africa

by Hugh Leggatt

An expatriate South African's detailed portrait of life aboard the superliner Queen Mary 2 as she sails from Southampton to Cape Town, followed by impressions of the spectacular Cape, with a tour to little-known...


A Dog Named Leaf: The Hero from Heaven Who Saved My Life

by Allen Anderson & Linda Anderson

Allen and Linda Anderson adopted a traumatized one-year-old cocker spaniel who had been abandoned. Soon, the troubled dog they named “Leaf” turned their home into a war zone. Although Leaf and Allen were...


Conversations with Kreskin

by The Amazing Kreskin & Michael McCarty

CONVERSATIONS WITH KRESKIN is a cornucopia of stories of Kreskin's "Amazing" life, culture, famous friends, inside knowledge of entertainment personalities, his mind power, thought reading and much more. As...


Running Ransom Road: Confronting the Past, One Marathon at a Time

by Caleb Daniloff

In this searing and inspiring memoir, a runner, now thirteen years sober, confronts his past in a bib number and pair of running shoes, completing seven marathons in a year's time.


Some Girls, Some Hats and Hitler: A True Love Story Rediscovered

by Trudi Kanter

“ FOR EVEN IN NAZI VIENNA, Trudi realized, women still looked in the mirror. . . . She knows that even in the bleak darkness, we feel, love, desire. She left no child (she and Walter tried, with no success);...


Comet's Tale: How the Dog I Rescued Saved My Life

by Steven Wolf & Lynette Padwa

Comet's Tale is a story about a friendship between two former winners, both a little down on their luck, who together stage a remarkable comeback. A former hard-driving attorney, Steven Wolf has reluctantly...


Never Say Goodbye

by Quentin Rowan

A powerful coming-of-age story as well as an in-depth examination of a long period of transgression, Never Say Goodbye is simultaneously a memoir and an unflinching confession. Beginning with his earliest memories...


Never Give in to Fear

by Marti MacGibbon

Never Give in to Fear, Marti MacGibbon's darkly funny, dramatic memoir, describes a drug-fueled descent into the underworld, escape from human traffickers, homelessness, and ultimate redemption.


Think Big, Live Large: How to Succeed in Business and Life: Incorporating The Power of Persistence and Purpose

by Andrew Darbyshire

'Think Big, Live Large' is one man's journey through the lessons of being in business, loving, and losing what matters and finding new reasons to celebrate every day.


The School Bus Doesn't Stop Here Anymore: Reflections from a Foothills Farm

by Noreen Olson & Will Ferguson

Welcome to Noreen Olson's kitchen table, where everything happens. She loves birds, animals, family, children, friends, growing things and life on the farm, and writes about them and all the odd situations they...


The Garden Cottage Diaries

by Fiona J Houston

"Done with great wit and intelligent determination"( The Guardian) "A riveting tale of a rather extraordinary journey" (Family History Monthly) Bemoaning the evils of the modern diet, Fiona Houston was challenged...


Richard Brinsley Sheridan

by Linda Kelly

The first night of Richard Brinsley Sheridan's The School for Scandal, on 8 May 1777, was one of the great dates in theatrical history. From then on, Sheridan was launched into eighteenth-century society, as...


Lord Berners

by Mark Amory & Sam Leith

Here lies Lord Berners/One of life's learners,

Thanks be to the Lord/He was never bored.

So reads the epitaph on the gravestone of Lord Berners. In its witty way, it hints at his range of accomplishment. He was...