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  • Don't Take Any Wooden Nickels

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    A childhood memory of life on the farm in the 1920's through the 1960's--- Kerosene lamps, wood burning stove and furnace and dugout water. Dad's English roots and Mom's French roots, a family of eight children including the Friday child. The farm ...


  • The Surgeon's Apprentice

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    Second in a multivolume memoir, The Surgeon’s Apprentice follows a young John Case through his medical and then surgical training in an era when penicillin was a new wonder drug. John’s experience training at two universities and eight hospitals ...


  • I, Atsu

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    I was born in 1931 with cerebral palsy. At that time people with my condition did not live for long, or were institutionalized. Thanks to the loving kindness of my parents and family I have lived a long time. This book is a tribute to all parents ...


  • Honor Dishonored

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    Honor Dishonored is the true story of a platoon of young American Marines, serving honorably in a war that unfairly became synonymous with brutality and dishonor. While returning veterans of other military engagements were touted as heroes and ...


  • The Abbotts

    A Devonshire Immigrant Family in Canada. by

    The Abbotts: a Devonshire immigrant family in Canada explores the history of a large middle class family who made the decision to emigrate from Devon, England to settle in south western Ontario in the 19th century. The choice to emigrate was not ...


  • 'Happy' Norman, Volume IV (1989-1998)

    Retail Treachery; U-Boats; Capers in Russia, China and the Caucasus; India Revisited; Two Beautiful Ladies; and Nyumbani by

    Volume IV of Keith Norman’s expansive and absorbing life story takes readers through the period 1989 –1998. Keith is already in his sixties, an age when most of us are thinking about slowing down, but Keith, if anything, is speeding up! This period ...


  • Out of the Ruins

    Growing Up in Post-War Germany by

    Like all other German cities, Hannover, West Germany, was in physical and economic ruin when the Second World War came to a close in 1945. Many of the war’s hardships continued for German citizens in the post-war years, and it was exceedingly ...


  • Above the Pigsty

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    In 1943 Peter, a 21-year-old Dutch citizen, faces a choice: forced labour in Germany or go into hiding with the help of the resistance movement. After the war he faces another choice: remain in the Netherlands or emigrate from the war-torn country. ...


  • From Baghdad To Kokomo

    Memoir Of A Young Man's Odyssey To America by

    A compelling account of growing up during the mid-twentieth century in the two oldest and once vibrant Jewish communities of Iraq and Iran--the first now obliterated, the second eroded. From Baghdad to Kokomo is part memoir, part history in which ...


  • An Abnormally Normal Childhood

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    First in a multivolume memoir, An Abnormally Normal Childhood follows John Case from birth to the age of eighteen, regaling readers with the details of his deeds and misadventures. While he grew up in a time of depression and war, John was largely ...