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  • My Children's Horrific Journey to Freedom

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    Vietnam, after the Fall of Saigon in 1975: life is getting tougher and more desperate by the day. Before dawn one morning Andy, age thirteen, is shaken awake by his mother. He and his sister Allison, age seventeen, are taken to the airport and put ...


  • No Way Back Home

    The Unexpected Life of a Czech Family in India (1938-1977) by

    In 1938, when faced with a decision to work at a shoe company in India or stay in Czechoslovakia and wait for another war, Miki Hruska’s newly married parents opted to move, thinking they would return home in a few years. But they would not be able ...


  • Family Gorham Plausible Speculations

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    Family Gorham Plausible Speculations is an historical genealogical record of the Family Gorham, which includes a lineage of emperors, nobles, crusaders and clergy from early medieval times to everyday people in contemporary North America. It begins ...


  • Born In Huronia

    Recollections of a Kid from Penetanguishene by

    On September 28, 1941, the same day that Robert Popple was born in Penetanguishene, Ontario, Ted Williams ended his baseball season with a .406 batting average, a MLB record that still stands today. Patterned after Mark Twain’s recently published ...


  • Once Upon a Red Eye

    Life on the Road with Gordon Lightfoot by

    Once Upon a Red Eye is a compelling memoir that offers rare insight into the behind-the-scenes life of a Canadian musical icon. Here are the colourful recountings of Richard Harison, who spent a dozen years serving as Gordon Lightfoot’s road/stage ...


  • Three Minutes for a Dog

    My Life in an Iron Lung by

    Contrary to popular belief Polio is not extinct. This is the true story of an indomitable spirit afflicted with unimaginable physical and psychological challenges. Paul Alexander’s life is a saga that started in 1949 and has been profoundly shaped ...


  • Suffering Up Manaslu

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    Above 8,000 metres in the death zone, life begins to die. Step by arduous step, mountaineer David B Bethell is determined to summit the Himalayan peak, Mt Manaslu, known as the Mountain of the Soul. He’s driven not only by his love of mountains, but ...


  • Military Intelligence Operator

    Overlords, Alchemists & End-Users by

    Determining people’s true motives and character is a process that begins in early childhood and never ceases. The process of converting information into intelligence is no different. Myths and assumptions have to be continuously challenged in order ...


  • Never a Dull Moment

    A Memoir of Canadian Naval Aviation, Firebombing and Theatre by

    George Plawski was born in Gdynia, Poland, in 1934. His father, Eugene, was a senior naval officer who fought in both World Wars in the capacities of pilot, and as the commander of surface ships as well as submarines. Before the war, he lived with ...


  • The Healer

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    When Jean-Marie Nkusi was only twelve, he fell into a coma from the effects of malaria while living in a refugee camp in Burundi. As he lay near death, with his family saying the Rosary around him, he experienced an amazing, life-changing religious ...