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Fallible

Fallible

2020 PenCraft Award Winner - Nonfiction (Autobiography) “This is an eye-opening memoir about mental illness and the medical profession delivered in a well-written, interesting, and engaging style.” –Sublime Book Review "Kyle Bradford Jones's memoir Fallible travels...

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The Art of War

The Art of War

'THE ART OF WAR: VOLUME 4' IS A COLLECTION OF 135 AMERICAN WORLD WAR TWO PROPAGANDA POSTERS. INCLUDES A FOREWORD BY HISTORIAN M. J. TROW. Propaganda during the Second World War was an unavoidable aspect of daily life. It must be a situation that is hard to relate to...

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Closing Time

Closing Time

The real story behind the murder of a Manhattan schoolteacher that became a symbol of the dangers of casual sex: “A first-rate achievement” (Truman Capote). In 1973, Roseann Quinn, an Irish-Catholic teacher at a school for deaf children, was killed in...

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Motherhood: Lost and Found

Motherhood: Lost and Found

A memoir where Alzheimer’s, horses and infertility intersect. At age 33, writer Ann Campanella returns to North Carolina ready to build a horse farm and start a family. Ann’s foundation is shaken when she experiences multiple miscarriages at the same time her mother...

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The Knights Templar

The Knights Templar

The Knights Templar existed officially for less than 200 years. Founded to protect pilgrims who were travelling through the Holy Lands, their rise to power was sudden. They became some of the most feared warriors in the region, they had a mandate from God, they...

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Butcher

Butcher

His Goal: To Kill An "Even Fifty" They called him "Uncle Willie." At night, Robert "Willie" Pickton visited the streets of Vancouver's Downtown Eastside. The women he picked up never came back. . . His Methods: Rape And Torture For...

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On Full Automatic

On Full Automatic

Eighteen-year-old Marine recruit William V. Taylor Jr. and his brother Marines are assembled into a new reaction force that is immediately tested in the fire of a bloody conflict known as Operation Beaver Cage. After a traumatic first fight, they push through...

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The Fortune Hunter

The Fortune Hunter

The New York Times–bestselling true crime author reveals the full story of murder and deception behind the Lifetime movie Secrets of a Gold Digger Killer. Texas millionaire Steven Beard, Jr. fell hard for Celeste Martinez, a waitress less than half his age. She...

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Quantum Physics and the Power of the Mind

Quantum Physics and the Power of the Mind

Quantum physics is an integral part of our lives and it is extremely important for us to have at least the basic knowledge on the subject. Most people struggle with it as there are scarcely any books on the topic that is compatible with the needs and demands of people...

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Spirit of the Road

Spirit of the Road

Spirit of the Road: The Life of an American Trucker embarks on a one-year journey across the United States in an eighteen-wheeler. It runs the gambit from a wide-eyed rookie in Commercial Driving school to the eventual embracing of a new lifestyle at a dusty little...

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The Reluctant Expat

The Reluctant Expat

THE RELUCTANT EXPAT is Alan Laycock’s light-hearted account of his transition to life in a new country. Alan has no desire to move to Spain, but his sister Cathy and brother-in-law Bernie are going regardless, so he decides to tag along. Despite his initial pessimism,...

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Bogeyman

Bogeyman

The New York Times bestselling author “gives a master class on true crime reporting in Bogeyman. He writes with both muscle and heart” (Gregg Olsen, #1 New York Times bestselling author).   Bogeyman describes in dramatic detail and with heartrending...

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The Narrowboat Lad

The Narrowboat Lad

The Narrowboat Lad tells the true story of author Daniel Mark Brown's first steps into the world of living on a boat. At the age of 25 during the summer of 2012 Dan found his ideal home, the fact that it was nearly 100 miles of canal away from his workplace, friends...

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The Repentant Racist

The Repentant Racist

A history of evolving racial attitudes in the US from colonial times till the present, with reference to my own personal unfolding from racist to a person of tolerance and compassion. Assisting me with that transformation were actual slaves who shared their life...

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Dying for Daddy

Dying for Daddy

From the bestselling author of The Search for the Green River Killer: The account of the family tragedy that became one of California’s most shocking murder cases. On a picturesque street in Sacramento County, California, three healthy saplings stand side by...

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In Her Element

In Her Element

Selina Delangre has been in the sea salt business for over 30 years, so obviously this woman knows salt. She is the current owner of the most globally recognized natural sea salt brand, Celtic Sea Salt. Following in her father-in-law’s footsteps, Jacques Delangre...

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Machine Learning For Absolute Beginners

Machine Learning For Absolute Beginners

Featured by Tableau as the first of "7 Books About Machine Learning for Beginners."Ready to spin up a virtual GPU instance and smash through petabytes of data? Want to add 'Machine Learning' to your LinkedIn profile?Well, hold on there...Before you embark on your epic...

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More Ketchup than Salsa

More Ketchup than Salsa

A laugh-out-loud, heartwarming memoir.**Winner of ‘Best Travel Narrative’ by the British Guild of Travel Writers.**"If you only buy one book this year... get this.""Probably the best book I have read this millenium.""Fantastic, hilarious, painful. Completely...

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Lost or Forgotten Oldies

Lost or Forgotten Oldies

How can you search for oldies you want to hear when you've forgotten them? Radio doesn't play a lot of those oldies anymore, even though you would enjoy hearing them again. This book offers you access to over 150 links to YouTube videos for Lost or Forgotten Oldies as...

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Parenting During a Pandemic

Parenting During a Pandemic

This short book is for parents coping with a pandemic. It's a quick reminder that this pandemic is temporary, and importantly, that our kids are going to be OK. Even if it doesn't always feel like it. The book is meditative in nature, filled with white space.Inspired...

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Sergeant to CEO

Sergeant to CEO

Sergeant to CEO is a biographical account of Sean P Jensen, a former active duty Marine Sergeant who transitioned into a successful entrepreneur and CEO, Starting from his abandonment into foster care. It details his trials and tribulations searching for himself and...

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Shipping Container Homes

Shipping Container Homes

Would you like to know all the processes of building shipping container homes completely and easily?Are you trying to find the cheapest way to build a full-comforts and beautiful house?Would you like to learn everything about the best methods of heating and cooling of...

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Quantum Physics For Beginners

Quantum Physics For Beginners

Have you ever wanted to explore the complex world of quantum psychics? It can be a complicated subject to manoeuvre. There’s so much to learn about it and without the right guidance it’s easy to get lost. This book was written to help guide you through the exciting...

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Fancy Prison

Fancy Prison

An instinctual pull as old as time - a grandmother wanting to hold her newborn grandchild - bring readers into an unbelievable ordeal. Author Tina Fumo travels to a small town in Canada and finds herself in the most stressful situation of her life. The 'authorities'...

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Spirit of the Road

Spirit of the Road

Spirit of the Road: The Life of an American Trucker embarks on a one-year journey across the United States in an eighteen-wheeler. It runs the gambit from a wide-eyed rookie in Commercial Driving school to the eventual embracing of a new lifestyle at a dusty little...

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Ufo Disclosure

Ufo Disclosure

The real question is not if they exist, but what they are.In the last few months, we are witnessing something that only ten years ago could only be seen in cinemas.State officials talking about a threat to national security; dozens of photos and videos confirmed by...

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High and Low

High and Low

When dealing with emotional baggage, it's best to pack light.An amusing and life-affirming travel memoir, concluding with tips for managing depressive episodes.Keith Foskett refused to let his dark mood define his limitations. Unknowingly suffering with depression, he...

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The Kentucky Cannibal

The Kentucky Cannibal

In 1850, following a divorce and a number of encounters with the law, Boone Helm headed ‘Out West’ to chase the Californian Gold Rush with his cousin. When his cousin pulled out at the last minute, Helm was incensed, and brutally stabbed him to death. Helm was...

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Introducing Logic

Introducing Logic

Logic is the backbone of Western civilization, holding together its systems of philosophy, science and law. Yet despite logic's widely acknowledged importance, it remains an unbroken seal for many, due to its heavy use of jargon and mathematical symbolism.This book...

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Walden on Wheels

Walden on Wheels

In this frank and witty memoir, Ken Ilgunas lays bare the existential terror of graduating from the University of Buffalo with $32,000 of student debt. Ilgunas set himself an ambitious mission: get out of debt as quickly as possible. Inspired by the frugality and...

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Stopping Napoleon

Stopping Napoleon

Following the Battle of Trafalgar, Britain had one objective: stopping Napoleon at all costs… After his defeat by Nelson at Trafalgar, Napoleon knew he could never invade England. Many thought he would try to take over the vast, crumbling Ottoman Empire, return to...

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A Theory of Everything Else

A Theory of Everything Else

That elusive Holy Grail of modern physics, A Theory of Everything (ToE), would explain the universe in a single set of equations. Albert Einstein and Stephen Hawking tackled the problem during their lifetimes and the quest continues today in laboratories around the...

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Shift Change

Shift Change

Anyone can work in a convenience store, but some people really shouldn't... James Sims is a recent college graduate who has done everything by the book, but that doesn't mean that he has actually done anything right. With an expensive coffee coaster for a degree and...

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Hits, Heathens, and Hippos

Hits, Heathens, and Hippos

“A thoroughly absorbing and inherently fascinating account of a most unusual life lived out in a series of equally unusual circumstances.”—Midwest Book Review Everyone has dreams of what they want to accomplish in life. Marty Essen’s childhood dream of becoming a...

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