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The C-word by Lisa Lynch

The C-word

Lisa Lynch

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Violated by Sarah Wilson

Violated

Sarah Wilson

eAudiobook

The shocking first true account from one of the young girls who lived through and survived the Rotherham sex abuse scandal. In the summer of 2014, the Rotherham sex abuse scandal sent shockwaves through the nation. A report revealed that, since the 1990s,...

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Pro cycling on $10 a day by Phil Gaimon

Pro cycling on $10 a day

Phil Gaimon

eAudiobook

Plump, grumpy, slumped on the couch, and going nowhere fast at age 16, Phil Gaimon began riding a bicycle with the grand ambition of shedding a few pounds before going off to college. He soon fell into racing and discovered he was a natural, riding his...

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Fasting and feasting by Adam Federman

Fasting and feasting

Adam Federman

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Gratitude in motion by Colleen Kelly Alexander

Gratitude in motion

Colleen Kelly Alexander

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It was a beautiful fall day in Connecticut when Colleen Alexander, a lifelong competitive athlete, rode her bike home from work, having just learned her job with the nonprofit PeaceJam was secure. She had survived a diagnosis of lupus and brain surgery...

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The Autobiography of Andrew Carnegie and the Gospel of Wealth by Andrew Carnegie

The Autobiography of Andrew Carnegie and the Gospel of Wealth

Andrew Carnegie

eAudiobook

His good friend Mark Twain dubbed him "St. Andrew." British Prime Minister William Gladstone called him an "example" for the wealthy. Such terms seldom apply to multimillionaires. But Andrew Carnegie was no run-of-the-mill steel magnate. At age thirteen...

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A life of my own by Claire Tomalin

A life of my own

Claire Tomalin

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As one of the best biographers of her generation, Claire Tomalin has written about great novelists and poets to huge success: now, she turns to look at her own life. This enthralling memoir follows her through triumph and tragedy in about equal measure,...

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Whisper my secret by J. B. Rowley

Whisper my secret

J. B. Rowley

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"In Whisper my secret JB tells her mother's true story, the story of Myrtle's secret, which only comes to light after her death when her daughters find papers hidden in an old cash tin. Growing up in Albury, NSW during the 1930s and 1940s Myrtle is a...

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Billy Connolly by Pamela Stephenson

Billy Connolly

Pamela Stephenson

eAudiobook

The inside story of the one of the most successful British stand-up comedians, as told by the person best qualified to reveal all about the man behind the comic, his wife of over 20 years - Pamela Stephenson. Once in a lifetime, there strides upon the...

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My life and work by Henry Ford

My life and work

Henry Ford

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The book that has inspired entrepreneurs for generations, My Life and Work by Henry Ford is not only a memoir of an American icon, but also shows the spirit that built America. Written in 1922, this work provides a unique insight into the observations,...

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Comfortably numb by Mark Blake

Comfortably numb

Mark Blake

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Mark Blake draws on his own interviews with band members as well as the group's friends, road crew, musical contemporaries, former housemates, and university colleagues to produce a riveting history of one of the biggest rock bands of all time. We follow...

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Your heart is the size of your fist  by Martina Scholtens

Your heart is the size of your fist

Martina Scholtens

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"Your Heart is the Size of Your Fist draws readers into the complicated, poignant, and often-overlooked daily happenings of a busy urban medical clinic for refugees. An Iraqi journalist whose son has been murdered develops post-traumatic stress disorder...

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The general by Luke Hodge

The general

Luke Hodge

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Known as 'The General' for his exceptional leadership on and off the field, Luke Hodge is premiership captain of arguably the greatest football team of the modern era. With two Norm Smith Medals, All-Australian Captaincy and two clubs best and fairest...

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The cat with the giant story by Steve Johnson

The cat with the giant story

Steve Johnson

eBook

A country boy with a very distinct waddle who had to defeat his doubters to make it to the AFL, Steve Johnson - or Stevie J as he is affectionately known - is famous for his ability to reinvent himself. From troubled talent to AFL superstar, this is a...

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Enemies within by R. P. T. (Richard Peter Treadwell) Davenport-Hines

Enemies within

R. P. T. (Richard Peter Treadwell) ...

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Jake Bailey by Jake Bailey

Jake Bailey

Jake Bailey

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'None of us get out of life alive, so be gallant, be great, be gracious, and be grateful for the opportunities you have.'Jake Bailey's inspirational end-of-year speech as head boy at Christchurch Boys' High School was delivered from a wheelchair just...

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Sabias by A. Muñoz Páez

Sabias

A. Muñoz Páez

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Overcoming OCD  by Janet Singer

Overcoming OCD

Janet Singer

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"Overcoming OCD: A Journey to Recovery is a mother's account of the courage and perseverance of a young man who at times was hindered by the very people who were supposed to be helping him. It is a story of hope and the power of family, as well as a useful...

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Women's experiences in the Holocaust in their own words  by Agnes Grunwald-Spier

Women's experiences in the Holocaust in their own words

Agnes Grunwald-Spier

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"This book brings to light women’s experiences in the Holocaust. It explains why women’s difficulties were different to those of men. Men were taken away and the women were left to cope with children and elderly relatives and obliged to take on new roles....

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Bring the noise  by Raphael Honigstein

Bring the noise

Raphael Honigstein

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"Jürgen Klopp's coaching career began in the German second tier at the unfashionable club of FSV Mainz 05, whom he steered to the Bundesliga for the first time in forty-one years. In 2008, he joined Borussia Dortmund, where he achieved back-to-back league...

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Legacy by Gordon Tietjens

Legacy

Gordon Tietjens

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"'Gordon 'Titch' Tietjens, pioneer of the global sevens game, is one of New Zealand's greatest ever rugby coaches. His many accolades - including 12 IRB World Series, two IRB Rugby World Cups and four Commonwealth Games gold medals - easily place him...

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Down the dirt roads by Rachael Treasure

Down the dirt roads

Rachael Treasure

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"'For me, being in a paddock means anything is possible ...' Country girl and bestselling novelist Rachael Treasure had worked hard to build a long-dreamed-of lifestyle on her own patch of dirt in Tasmania's rugged and beautiful wilderness. But through...

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Going south by Colin Hogg

Going south

Colin Hogg

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"Author Colin Hogg returns to his native soil, the south of the South Island, on a sentimental journey of rediscovery - with a difference. Accompanying him is one of his oldest friends, a fellow Southlander, and now terminally ill fellow journalist. They...

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Escape artist by Peter Monteath

Escape artist

Peter Monteath

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"The never-before-told story of World War II escape artist extraordinaire, Johnny Peck. In August 1941, an eighteen-year-old Australian soldier made his first prison break - an audacious night-time escape from a German prisoner-of-war camp in Crete. Astoundingly,...

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Daughter of Gloriavale by Lilia Tarawa

Daughter of Gloriavale

Lilia Tarawa

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"One young woman's true story of growing up in Gloriavale Christian Community, the repressive cult led by her grandfather, the charismatic and controlling Hopeful Christian [né Neville Cooper]. In this personal account, Lilia Tarawa exposes the shocking...

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Jack  by Jack Welch

Jack

Jack Welch

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""As CEO of General Electric for the past twenty years, Jack has built its market cap by more than $450 billion and established himself as the most admired business leader in the world. His championing of initiatives like Six Sigma quality, globalisation,...

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One sip at a time  by Keith Van Sickle

One sip at a time

Keith Van Sickle

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"Keith and Val had a dream - to live in Provence, the land of brilliant sunlight and charming hilltop villages. But there were two problems: they weren't French speakers and they had full-time jobs. So they came up with a plan. Follow their adventures...

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Following Fifi  by John Crocker

Following Fifi

John Crocker

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"John Crocker spent eight months in the Gombe forest working with Jane Goodall. He would follow families of wild chimpanzees and learn the fundamental behavioural traits of these chimps as they raised their offspring. Upon returning home and becoming...

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Stirring the pot with Benjamin Franklin  by Rae Katherine Eighmey

Stirring the pot with Benjamin Franklin

Rae Katherine Eighmey

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"At age sixteen, he began dabbling in vegetarianism. In his early twenties, citing the health benefits of water over alcohol, he convinced his printing-press colleagues to abandon their traditional breakfast of beer and bread for "water gruel," a kind...

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Michael Graves  by Ian Volner

Michael Graves

Ian Volner

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"One of the most prominent and prolific designers and architects of the late twentieth century, Michael Graves is best known for his popular product designs, including the world-famous Alessi whistling-bird teakettle, and controversial buildings, such...

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Physicians and war  by H. J. F. Hodgson

Physicians and war

H. J. F. Hodgson

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"War has been a frequent feature of British life over the five hundred years of the College's existence, and has had an important place in the histories of both the College and medicine. This book provides a very brieft survey of some aspects of this...

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Churchill  by Christopher Catherwood

Churchill

Christopher Catherwood

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"Renowned for guiding Britain through the tumultuous Second World War, his speeches echo through history and his wartime leadership was recognised as essential for weathering WWII. But there is so much more to the man than his speeches and official images....

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Sign my name to freedom  by Betty Reid Soskin

Sign my name to freedom

Betty Reid Soskin

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"In her lifetime, Betty has seen the nation begin to break down its race and gender biases, watched it nearly split apart in the upheavals of the civil rights and Black Power eras, and, finally, lived long enough to witness both the election of an African-American...

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Enemies within  by R. P. T. (Richard Peter Treadwell) Davenport-Hines

Enemies within

R. P. T. (Richard Peter Treadwell) ...

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"What pushed Blunt, Burgess, Cairncross, Maclean and Philby into Soviet hands? With access to recently released papers and other neglected documents,this sharp analysis of the intelligence world examines how and why these men and others betrayed their...

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Joseph Locke  by Anthony Burton

Joseph Locke

Anthony Burton

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"Most historians recognise the work of three engineers as being the men who developed the railways from slow, lumbering colliery lines into fast, inter-city routes. Two are very well known: Robert Stephenson and Isambard Kingdom Brunel. The third was...

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Darkest hour by Anthony McCarten

Darkest hour

Anthony McCarten

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"May, 1940. Britain is at war. The horrors of blitzkrieg have seen one Western European democracy after another fall in rapid succession to Nazi boot and shell. Invasion seems mere hours away. Just days after becoming prime minister, Winston Churchill...

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The children of Nazis by Tania Crasnianski

The children of Nazis

Tania Crasnianski

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Code name God by Mani Bhaumik

Code name God

Mani Bhaumik

eBook

Born on a mud floor in Bengal, India, Dr. Bhaumik grew up in a spiritually profound tradition. He escaped poverty to became a brilliant physicist, co-inventor of the excimer laser, the technology behind LASIK eye surgery, and a successful entrepreneur....

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Sisterhood of faith by Shirley Brosius

Sisterhood of faith

Shirley Brosius

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The art of vanishing by Laura Smith

The art of vanishing

Laura Smith

eBook

"At twenty-five, as her wedding date approached, [the author] began to feel trapped ... by the unsettling idea that it was hard to be at once married and free. [She] wanted her life to be different. She wanted her marriage to be different. And she found...

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The kings of Big Spring by Bryan Mealer

The kings of Big Spring

Bryan Mealer

eBook

In 1892, Bryan Mealer's great-grandfather leaves the Georgia mountains and heads west into Texas, looking for wealth and adventure in the raw and open country. But his luck soon runs out. Beset by drought, the family loses their farm just as the dead...

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The bughouse by Daniel Swift

The bughouse

Daniel Swift

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Halfway by Tom Macher

Halfway

Tom Macher

eBook

"From a searing new literary voice, a raw, compulsively readable memoir about a young man seeking hope, community, and ultimately recovery from addiction in a series of halfway houses and boys' homes--the first book to so vividly capture this world. In...

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I've got this round by Mamrie Hart

I've got this round

Mamrie Hart

eBook

"Hilarious, candid, and full of shenanigans, YouTube sensation Mamrie Hart is back with more adventures. When Mamrie simultaneously enters her 30s and finds herself single for the first time since college, the world is suddenly full of possibilities....

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Unseen by Reggie Yates

Unseen

Reggie Yates

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Halfway by Tom Macher

Halfway

Tom Macher

eAudiobook

From a searing new literary voice, a raw, compulsively readable memoir about a young man seeking hope, community, and ultimately recovery from addiction in a series of halfway houses and boys' homes--the first book to so vividly capture this world.In...

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President McKinley  by Robert W. Merry

President McKinley

Robert W. Merry

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"Lively, definitive, eye-opening, [this book] by acclaimed historian Robert W. Merry brilliantly evokes the life and presidency of William McKinley, cut short by an assassin. Most often lost in the shadow of his brilliant and flamboyant successor, TR,...

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Tell me more  by Kelly Corrigan

Tell me more

Kelly Corrigan

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"Tell Me More is a funny, wise and insightful exploration of seven sentences adult life requires. With Kelly's signature candor and good will, each chapter draws from her sometimes ridiculous, sometimes profound struggles with parenting and marriage,...

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Staying alive  by Simon Spence

Staying alive

Simon Spence

Book

"In the late 70s, the Bee Gees spectacularly revived their career and, with their soundtrack to the Saturday Night Fever film, became the biggest disco group in the world. But when the disco boom crashed they went from icons to punch lines overnight....

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Inside out   by Nick Mason

Inside out

Nick Mason

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"The definitive history of Pink Floyd, one of the world's great bands, by founder member Nick Mason. One of the most fascinating rock bands ever, Pink Floyd was formed in 1965. After a year in the London 'underground' experimenting with revolutionary...

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Encounters with fate and destiny  by Shukri Z. Al-Dajani

Encounters with fate and destiny

Shukri Z. Al-Dajani

Book

"Shukri Z. Al-Dajani has led a most extraordinary life. After being forced to flee his Palestinian homeland when he was just a child, he carved out an impressive career in journalism and PR which took him to the UK and then to East Africa, before becoming...

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Allied jet killers of World War 2  by Stephen Chapis

Allied jet killers of World War 2

Stephen Chapis

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Allied fighter pilots began encountering German jets - principally the outstanding Me 262 fighter - from the autumn of 1944. Stunned by the aircraft's speed and rate of climb, it took USAAF and RAF units time to work out how to combat this deadly threat...

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Sound by Bella Bathurst

Sound

Bella Bathurst

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In 1997, Bella Bathurst began to go deaf. Within a few months, she had lost half her hearing, and the rest was slipping away. She wasn't just missing punchlines, she was missing most of the conversation - and all of the jokes. For the next twelve years...

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The Bettencourt affair by Thomas (Thomas Alexander) Sancton

The Bettencourt affair

Thomas (Thomas Alexander) Sancton

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"Was the world's wealthiest woman--Liliane Bettencourt--heir to an estimated thirty-six-billion-dollar L'Oreal fortune, the victim of a con man? Or were her own family the real villains? This riveting narrative tells the real-life, shocking story behind...

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The Vanity Fair diaries by Tina Brown

The Vanity Fair diaries

Tina Brown

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"Tina Brown kept delicious daily diaries throughout her eight spectacular years as editor-in-chief of Vanity Fair. Today they provide an incendiary portrait of the flash and dash and power brokering of the Excessive Eighties in New York and Hollywood.The...

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Crossing the River Kabul by Kevin McLean

Crossing the River Kabul

Kevin McLean

eBook

In Crossing the River Kabul, author Kevin McLean tells the true story of Baryalai Popal's amazing excape from Afghanistan during the Communist takeover and his return after 9/11.

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Brian Johnston by Tim Heald

Brian Johnston

Tim Heald

eBook

Description How did it work, exactly, that Johnners magic? Brian Johnston was arguably the most distinctive and best loved voice in British broadcasting. Elder statesman of the Test Match Special team, he was also Britain's most entertaining commentator...

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Ordeal by Linda Lovelace

Ordeal

Linda Lovelace

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Not for the faint hearted by Kevin Rudd

Not for the faint hearted

Kevin Rudd

eBook

In 2007, Kevin Rudd became only the third Labor prime minister since the Second World War, after Whitlam and Hawke, to win government from opposition. In doing so he also defeated, and unseated, John Howard, the longest-serving conservative prime minister...

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Still grazing by Hugh Masekela

Still grazing

Hugh Masekela

eBook

Hugh Masekela is a prodigiously talented giant of jazz and world music, and a pioneer in sharing the voice and spirit of South Africa with the rest of the world, but his globetrotting tale transcends music. First published in the USA in 2004, this autobiography...

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The code of trust by Robin Dreeke

The code of trust

Robin Dreeke

eAudiobook

The former director of the FBI's behavioral analysis division shows listeners how to use trust to achieve anything in business and in life.Robin Dreeke is a 28-year veteran of federal service, including the United States Naval Academy, United States Marine...

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I will not fear by Melba Beals

I will not fear

Melba Beals

eBook

In I Will Not Fear, Beals takes you on an unforgettable journey through terror, oppression, and persecution, highlighting the kind of faith we all need to survive in a world full of hearbreak and anger. She shows how the deep faith we develop during our...

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Escape artist by William Noguera

Escape artist

William Noguera

eBook

"William A. Noguera tells his story from early childhood: heartrending experiences growing up physically and emotionally abused by his parents. It was no more safe outside, falling victim to vicious beatings by local gangs--a target of racial discrimination...

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Bon by Jesse Fink

Bon

Jesse Fink

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Flying high by Tony Fernandes

Flying high

Tony Fernandes

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Eskiboy by author Wiley (Musician)

Eskiboy

author Wiley (Musician)

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Heart Berries by Terese Marie. Mailhot

Heart Berries

Terese Marie. Mailhot

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Runaway by Anthony Chaney

Runaway

Anthony Chaney

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Sit and cry  by Burgess Needle

Sit and cry

Burgess Needle

Book

"Burgess Needle's day-by-day account of his life as a Peace Corps volunteer in Thailand in the late 1960s offers the reader insights into rural Thai life and culture, the impact of the Vietnam War, the angst of living in a completely strange environment,...

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Valentino Rossi  by Michael Scott

Valentino Rossi

Michael Scott

Book

From the day he was born into a racing family on February 16, 1979, Rossi was destined for racing greatness. Rossi started his international racing career in 1996, riding for Aprilia in the 125cc class, and won his first World Championship the following...

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Edward Turner  by J. R. (Jeffrey Robert) author. Clew

Edward Turner

J. R. (Jeffrey Robert) author. Clew

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"Reprinted after a long absence! For the first time, the life of Edward Turner, one of Britain's most talented motorcycle designers, is revealed! Although seen by many as an irascible man who ran a very tight ship, it is an inescapable fact that Triumph...

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My dog, my guru  by Gilles Moutounet

My dog, my guru

Gilles Moutounet

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The author spent time studying his springer spaniel to understand if there could be a few simple rules we could follow to try and live a happier life. Includes a set of easy-to-follow life principles which we can all use for a more enriching life exp...

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At home with the armadillo  by Gary P. Nunn

At home with the armadillo

Gary P. Nunn

Book

"The story of a true Texas original As a founding father of the progressive country music scene in Austin, Texas, Gary P. Nunn helped change the face of popular music. His anthem, London Homesick Blues, was the theme song of the wildly popular Austin...

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This girl ran  by Helen Croydon

This girl ran

Helen Croydon

Book

"If you had told Helen two years ago that she would be getting up at 6 a.m. on Sundays to swim in a freezing reservoir and spending her Saturday nights unshowered and covered in mud in a pub, she would have spat out her champagne. But when everyone around...

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Period piece  by Gwen Raverat

Period piece

Gwen Raverat

Book

"Period Piece is the classic memoir of a Cambridge childhood, written by Charles Darwin's granddaughter. It evokes a time when long summer days were disturbed by nothing noisier than a horse, and long winter nights were lit only by candle or gas lamp....

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Patrick of Ireland  by Michael A. G. Haykin

Patrick of Ireland

Michael A. G. Haykin

Book

"Patrick ministered to kings and slaves alike in the culture that had enslaved him. Patrick's faith and his commitment to the Word of God through hard times is a true example of the way that God calls us to grow and to bless those around us through our...

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Rebel  by Nick Nolte

Rebel

Nick Nolte

Book

"'I had become an actor because real life was hard for me. Sometimes it was really rough. Acting was different from real life, yet it gave me the chance to search for complex stories that helped me understand and cope with what I encountered away from...

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Journey of a lifetime. Volume 2  by Martin Kari

Journey of a lifetime. Volume 2

Martin Kari

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"'Journey of a Lifetime, Volume Two' is the second chapter in the author's life, offering reflections of his life with a family of eight. The reader is taken across four continents until Martin and his family finally settle contentedly in Australia."--Publisher...

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Jefferson's daughters  by Catherine Kerrison

Jefferson's daughters

Catherine Kerrison

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"Thomas Jefferson had three daughters: Martha and Maria by his wife, Martha Wayles Jefferson, and Harriet by his slave Sally Hemings. Although the three women shared a father, the similarities end there. Martha and Maria received a fine convent school...

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Access all areas  by Scott Ian

Access all areas

Scott Ian

Book

"Scott Ian, rhythm guitarist and cofounder of Anthrax and author of I'm the Man, collects all of his craziest hard rock stories into one balls-to-the-wall volume. Access All Areas has tales of humor, excess, fun, debauchery, food, booze, and mayhem from...

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Steve McQueen  by Dwight Jon Zimmerman

Steve McQueen

Dwight Jon Zimmerman

Book

"Steve McQueen remains the embodiment of cool some three decades after his death. How can that be? Whether on the silver screen, racing a Triumph motorcycle across a California desert, dueling with other racers at Le Mans, or simply hanging with his pals,...

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Box to box  by Curtis Woodhouse

Box to box

Curtis Woodhouse

Book

"Woodhouse had been destined for greatness. At the age of 17 he made his debut for his local club, Sheffield United, and quickly went from earning GBP42 a week to GBP4000 a week. Suddenly he felt like a rock star, and began living like one - which didn't...

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The saboteur by Paul Kix

The saboteur

Paul Kix

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"A scion of one of the most storied families in France, Robert de La Rochefoucald was raised in magnificent chateaux and educated in Europe's finest schools. When the Nazis invaded and imprisoned his father, La Rochefoucald escaped to England and learned...

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Promise me, Dad by Joseph R. Biden

Promise me, Dad

Joseph R. Biden

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""Promise me, Dad," Beau had told his father. "Give me your word that no matter what happens, you're going to be all right." Joe Biden gave him his word. Promise Me, Dad chronicles the year that followed, which would be the most momentous and challenging...

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Lionheart by Christopher Manson

Lionheart

Christopher Manson

eBook

Richard the Lionheart has long been considered the greatest heroic figure in the history of the Christian world.Born as the third son of Henry II and Eleanor of Aquitaine, he became King of England and ruler of the Angevin Empire at the age of thirty-two,...

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Pogba by L. (Luca) Caioli

Pogba

L. (Luca) Caioli

eBook

The first biography of Manchester United's wunderkind French midfielder.

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From a field to Anfield by Nick Tanner

From a field to Anfield

Nick Tanner

eBook

The inspirational story of Nick Tanner's against-the-odds rise from the uncompromising grassroots football scene in Bristol to the glamour of then-champions Liverpool. Nick's story is not one of spending years mollycoddled in an academy system and having...

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The Incest Diary

The Incest Diary

eBook

An extraordinary, powerful and beautifully written memoir of a daughter's abuse by, and attachment to, her father.Throughout her childhood and adolescence, the anonymous author of The Incest Diary was raped by her father. Beneath a veneer of normal family...

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The dun cow rib by John Lister-Kaye

The dun cow rib

John Lister-Kaye

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Angels with Dirty Faces by Casey Watson

Angels with Dirty Faces

Casey Watson

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Collection of 5 short stories - The Little Princess, No Place for Nathan, Daddy's Boy, The Wild Child and Scarlett's Secret - previously available as individual e-shorts. A collection of inspiring and moving real life short stories from foster carer and...

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Confessions of a recovering MP by Nick de Bois

Confessions of a recovering MP

Nick de Bois

eBook

You are not an executive who can make and enforce decisions. You are a legislator who votes on making laws. You are not a counsellor, a housing officer, benefits clerk, bank or trading standards officer, but you are often expected to provide a new home,...

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Stirring the pot with Benjamin Franklin by Rae Katherine Eighmey

Stirring the pot with Benjamin Franklin

Rae Katherine Eighmey

eAudiobook

In this remarkable culinary biography, Rae Katherine Eighmey presents Benjamin Franklin's experimentation with food throughout his life. At age sixteen, he began dabbling in vegetarianism. In his early twenties, citing the health benefits of water over...

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Slobberknocker by Jim Ross

Slobberknocker

Jim Ross

eAudiobook

There are few people who have been in the wrestling business longer than Jim Ross. And those who have made it as long as he has (half a century to be exact) probably made enemies or burned bridges. But that's just not JR. Slobberknocker is the story of...

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Kidnapped by Charles Fox

Kidnapped

Charles Fox

eAudiobook

Previously published as Uncommon Youth, Charles Fox's Kidnapped examines the glamorous life, gilded family, and tragic times of J. Paul Getty III, whose kidnapping made headlines in 1973. J. Paul ("Little Paul") Getty III, the grandson of Getty Oil founder...

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It's okay about it by Lauren Casper

It's okay about it

Lauren Casper

eAudiobook

Popular blogger Lauren Casper shares poignantly simple yet profound wisdom about removing the barriers we construct around our hearts and doing life full-on, all from the least expected source: her five-year-old son, Mareto. Five-year-old Mareto finds...

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Final exam by Pauline W. Chen

Final exam

Pauline W. Chen

eAudiobook

When Pauline Chen began medical school 20 years ago, she dreamed of saving lives. Almost immediately, Chen found herself wrestling with medicine's most profound paradox: that a profession premised on caring for the ill also systematically depersonalizes...

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The Unquiet daughter by Danielle Flood

The Unquiet daughter

Danielle Flood

eAudiobook

Danielle Flood, a journalist born of the wartime love triangle that inspired the one in Graham Greene's The Quiet American, searches for her father after surviving a bizarre youth of privilege, estrangement, and cruelty.

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The addicted lawyer by Brian Cuban

The addicted lawyer

Brian Cuban

eAudiobook

Brian Cuban was living a lie. With a famous last name and a successful career as a lawyer, Brian was able to hide his clinical depression and alcohol and cocaine addictions-for a while. Today, as an inspirational speaker in long-term recovery, Brian looks...

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Marshall and his generals by Stephen R. Taaffe

Marshall and his generals

Stephen R. Taaffe

eAudiobook

General George C. Marshall, chief of staff of the U.S. Army during World War II, faced the daunting task not only of overseeing two theaters of a global conflict but also of selecting the best generals to carry out American grand strategy. Marshall and...

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Stanley Johnston's blunder by Elliot Carlson

Stanley Johnston's blunder

Elliot Carlson

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In 1942 Stanley Johnston is embarked in the aircraft carrier USS Lexington during the Battle of the Coral Sea. In addition to recording the crew's doomed effort to save the ship, Johnston displays great heroism, earning the praise of the Lexington's senior...

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Life detonated by Kathleen Murray Moran

Life detonated

Kathleen Murray Moran

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Watching the towers crumble, few remembered America had been attacked on 9/11, once before. Kathleen Murray Moran's own September 11th twenty-five years earlier occurred when her husband Brian, a member of the New York City Bomb Squad was killed defusing...

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Saint Mick by Mick Foley

Saint Mick

Mick Foley

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Wrestler and entertainer Mick Foley has written a holiday memoir about how the Christmas season lifted him up when he was at his lowest, and how he tries to keep the Christmas magic alive for others.

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30-second Einstein

30-second Einstein

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Einstein was not only an unparalleled scientific genius, but also a human rights campaigner, a political activist, and the iconic archetype of the mad professor. Is it any wonder that he continues to fascinate scientists and non-scientists alike? 30-Second...

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Compassionate bastard by Peter (Peter Gordon) Mitchell

Compassionate bastard

Peter (Peter Gordon) Mitchell

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Politicians outdo each other with tough measures to deal with asylum seekers and illegal immigrants. But someone has to look people in the eye and do the questioning, the arresting, the detaining and the deporting. For a time, that someone was Peter Mitchell....

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This narrow space by Elisha Waldman

This narrow space

Elisha Waldman

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"A memoir both bittersweet and inspiring by an American pediatric oncologist who spent seven years in Jerusalem taking care of Israeli and Palestinian children with one tragic thing in common--a diagnosis of pediatric cancer In 2007, Elisha Waldman, a...

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Black fortunes by Shomari Wills

Black fortunes

Shomari Wills

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"The astonishing untold history of America's first black millionaires - former slaves who endured incredible challenges to amass and maintain their wealth for a century, from the Jacksonian period to the Roaring Twenties - self-made entrepreneurs whose...

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Jackie, Janet & Lee by J. Randy Taraborrelli

Jackie, Janet & Lee

J. Randy Taraborrelli

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--"Do you know what the secret to happily-ever-after is? "Janet Bouvier Auchincloss would ask her daughters Jackie and Lee during their tea time. "Money and Power, "she would say. It was a lesson neither would ever forget. They followed in their mother's...

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Michael Landon by David R. Greenland

Michael Landon

David R. Greenland

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MICHAEL LANDON: Actor, Writer, Director, Producer For over three decades, Michael Landon's creative gifts touched millions of viewers around the world on Bonanza, Little House on the Prairie, Highway to Heaven and in several other productions. This is...

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Brutus by Kathryn Tempest

Brutus

Kathryn Tempest

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Tortured for Christ by Richard Wurmbrand

Tortured for Christ

Richard Wurmbrand

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Corrie Ten Boom by Jean Watson

Corrie Ten Boom

Jean Watson

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The story of Corrie ten Boom has inspired millions of people all over the world. Jean Watson is a skillful author and presents Corrie's stirring life and challenging hope-filled message for young readers. The Watchmaker's Daughter traces the life of this...

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Minute by minute by Joanne Moody

Minute by minute

Joanne Moody

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Looking at a decade's worth of chronic pain, a promise from God helped Joanne stand firm until He ultimately heals her. Once a trained athlete in peak condition, Joanne Moody suffered a post pregnancy injury that sidelined her for the next 14 years. Not...

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Brutus by Kathryn Tempest

Brutus

Kathryn Tempest

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Conspirator and assassin, philosopher and statesman, promoter of peace and commander in war, Marcus Brutus (ca. 85-42 BC) was a controversial and enigmatic man even to those who knew him. His leading role in the murder of Julius Caesar on the Ides of...

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Black fortunes by Shomari Wills

Black fortunes

Shomari Wills

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The astonishing untold history of America's first black millionaires--former slaves who endured incredible challenges to amass and maintain their wealth for a century, from the Jacksonian period to the Roaring Twenties--self-made entrepreneurs whose unknown...

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Brave by Rose McGowan

Brave

Rose McGowan

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"My life, as you will read, has taken me from one cult to another. BRAVE is the story of how I fought my way out of these cults and reclaimed my life. I want to help you do the same." -Rose McGowan A revealing memoir and empowering manifesto - A voice...

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The Benzo devil  by R. W. Pharazyn

The Benzo devil

R. W. Pharazyn

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"Rob’s journey began the day he walked into a medical centre and walked out with a prescription for Ativan, one of the world’s most commonly-prescribed drugs. The highly-addictive benzodiazepine drug would change his life forever. It would lead this ‘accidental...

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Spitfire voices  by Dilip (Historian) Sarkar

Spitfire voices

Dilip (Historian) Sarkar

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"Drawing upon the personal letters, diaries and memories of their families and comrades, the author recounts the ... moving stories of those who made the ultimate sacrifice. The book features the whole range of combat experience by Spitfire pilots, from...

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