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NonFiction

Closing Time

The Staton Slaughter is one of the saddest true-crime events of the 1980s, told by the best-selling author of Blind Rage. Closing Time is the stunning story of good and evil colliding in the most tragic of ways.

Reflections of the Moon


Retrospections on Earth, Mankind, and War

From Apollo 14 Astronaut Edgar Mitchell

Revival

From Juilliard to jumper cables; from wasting all the talent in the world to America's Got Talent, REVIVAL—The Donald Braswell Story—is a memoir about the "Texas Tenor" who lost his voice in a random accident, but finds his calling through faith—and a musical miracle.

Fighting For Her Life

By Detective David Williams

What To Do When Someone You Know Is Being Abused

Blind Rage

A true story of sin, sex, and murder in a small Arkansas town. Who did it and why will shock you.

Shakespeare's Verse

At last! A practial handbook for Shakespearean Performance. The bard wrote the world's greatest verse plays. Almost all of them are performed or read as prose—by default, not by decision. This is a tragic waste but it is fixable.

POW: Promises Kept

The inspirational story of Walter "Boots" Mayberry. His journey, from the Great Depression to incarceration as a Prisoner of War in Germany, and the promises he made are the kind of story movies are made of. Except Boots is real, and he lived it.

Encountering The Edge

What is it like to be just a month, a week, a breath away from death? Unencumbered by religious agendas and pat answers, this book satisfies our curiosity concerning what people believe in, shrug their shoulders at, laugh at, and most care about as they face in Act 3, Scene 3, of their lives.

Way Out

Eugene, successful and with a bright future, discovers aliens are watching him. After that, things get crazy. Soon he's living on the street, fighting to keep body and soul intact.
A fascinating account of schizophrenia and his struggle to regain sanity.

The Apostles of Apollow

The story of the Apollo Space Program is as unknown as it is unique. There were those in NASA who undertook a challenge, not merely to conquer space, but of a different sort. The result is an extraordinary drama that unfolded behind the scenes.

Angels in the Ozarks

Batter up! While the country struggled to recover from the Great Depression and the world moved ever closer toward World War II, local baseball fields rang with the less ominous, though rowdy, sounds of professional, of minor league baseball. Here's the full rundown of those glorious days.

Clueless Gringos in Paradise

Pamela Foster's moving and hilarious true tale of running away to Panama with husband Jack, a former 1960s Marine with PTSD. Selling everything they own, they grab two suitcases, two 150-pound service dogs, and emigrate to the "tropical paradise" they expect to find. "Weaving charm, wit, and humor throughout."

Divine Dining - 365 Devotionals for Health

To the thousands of men and women who suffer from compulsive overeating they can't control . . . 
THERE IS HOPE!

 
 



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