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More Info American Legends: The Life of Red Skelton
by Charles River Editors

*Includes pictures
*Includes Skelton's quotes about his life and career
*Includes a bibliography for further reading
*Includes a table of contents

“I don't want to be called 'the greatest' or 'one of the greatest'; let other guys claim to be the best. I just want to be known as a clown because to me that's the height of my profession. It means you can do everything-sing, dance, and above all, make people laugh.” – Red Skelton

“All I want to do is to make people laugh, to take the word ‘heartache’ out of their vocabulary” – Red Skelton

A lot of ink has been spilled covering the lives of history’s...
More Info The Young Country Doctor Book 6: Bilbury Pie
by Vernon Coleman

A collection of short pieces set in Bilbury and involving the usual village characters (plus some new ones).
`I have just read Bilbury Pie (recommended by a local library). I enjoyed it so much I read it like eating a box of chocolates - two or three chapters at a time to make it last and savour the flavour. I thank you for giving people pleasure and plenty of smiles.' - Mrs G, Banbury, England
The author of Bilbury Pie, Vernon Coleman, is a Sunday Times bestselling author as well as a qualified doctor. His books have sold over two million copies in hardback and paperback in the UK and have...
More Info Possessed: from darkness to Light: a true story of triumph against all odds
by Cordelia Lee

Cordelia Lee has experienced something few in the Western world have even witnessed: exorcism. Demonic possession brought her to a Taoist shaman who could drive out her tormentors, but only temporarily. Cordelia’s problems were multifaceted: a troubled childhood, molests, rape attempt, black magic, anorexia, unfulfilled maternal instinct, failing marriage, and depression. Given the severity of her experiences and the return of the evil spirits, Cordelia had to dedicate her life to healing if she was ever to recover.

She had earlier experienced an unexpected kundalini awakening; it awakened...
More Info Haldeman Diaries: Inside the Nixon White House
by H.R. Haldeman

“Because history is more art than science, it is remembered now only as it was chronicled then; this unfortunately is not always as it actually happened.”

Following his election as the 37th President of the United States in November 1968, Richard Nixon chose H. R. “Bob” Haldeman to be his Chief of Staff.

After the announcement, Haldeman was encouraged by a close friend, and presidential scholar, to faithfully record each day’s events, and his thoughts regarding them.

Deeming it worth the commitment, the result of his endeavour is nothing short of extraordinary.

Alongside power struggles and...
More Info Movie Trivia Madness: Interesting Facts and Movie Trivia (Best Trivia Books Book 1)
by Bill O'NeillSteve Murray

Do you like secrets? Well we dug deep to uncover only the most interesting facts and movie trivia for you to enjoy. We're big movie fans too, so we know just what you love to read about. You want all the amazing facts behind your favourite movies. Not just the regular stuff that is easy to find.

And you don't just want to be entertained, you want to enrich your movie watching experience. So these pages are full of random facts about your favourite actors and actresses. We discovered the sometimes bizarre ways that they prepare for their roles, and the stories from the set you almost can't...
More Info Downstairs at the White House: The story of a teenager, an Oval Office, and a ringside seat to Watergate.
by Donald M. Stinson

At the age of 17, Don Stinson accidentally landed a job in the White House during Watergate, the largest political scandal in American history.

A truly insignificant member of the Nixon White House staff, he frequently loitered outside of the Oval Office to watch it unfold. What he saw throughout the White House ran the gamut from the deeply profound to the wildly hilarious.

He was also a kid who did the same kind of harebrained things most teenagers do. Only steps away from the Oval Office, he fought with a foreign head of state for space in a restroom. He devised a shortcut that...
More Info Notes from the Firehouse: Seventeen Firefighting Stories from a Retired Firefighter
by D.E. McCourt

A memoir from a retired firefighter about firefighting, rescue calls and life around the firehouse.
It's not all about fire - that's lesson number one.
No,it's a collection of things: assisting an injured person at three o'clock in the morning, calming a child in a traumatic situation, saving the belongings of a family from the ravages of a fire, seeing people in every heartbreaking situation imaginable and trying to help them, while not losing yourself in the process.
And it's about the insanity found in the firehouse - to the author it's the Cracker Factory - and the politics and pettiness...
More Info If My Heart Had Wings: A World War II Love Story
by Nadine Taylor

It’s late 1943 and World War II is raging when a young wife learns that her Army pilot husband has been killed in action. Like many other World War II women who are unable to face their grief, she quits her job, moves across the country, and completely changes her life. Eventually she remarries, and her past stays buried for the next twenty years… until her daughter discovers a picture of her wearing an unfamiliar wedding dress. Then it all comes flooding back.
If My Heart Had Wings is a World War II memoir about love and loss, the realities of losing a military spouse, the long-term cost of...
More Info Courage Under Fire: Testing Epictetus's Doctrines in a Laboratory of Human Behavior (Hoover Essays)
by James B. Stockdale

When physical disability from combat wounds brought about Jim Stockdale's early retirement from military life, he had the distinction of being the only three-star officer in the history of the navy to wear both aviator wings and the Congressional Medal of Honor. His writings have been many and varied, but all converge on the central theme of how man can rise with dignity to prevail in the face of adversity.
More Info Tears of the Silenced: A True Crime and an American Tragedy; Severe Child Abuse and Leaving the Amish
by Misty Griffin

In 2005, Misty filed sexual assault charges against the bishop of her Amish church. She was told she did not have enough evidence and he was able to escape prosecution. In 2016 he was sent to prison for molesting almost all of his 11 children, two years after this memoir was published.

When I was six years old my family started dressing like the Amish, it was the beginning of a nightmare. A few years later we moved to a mountain ranch where my sister and I were subjected to almost complete isolation, sexual abuse, and extreme physical violence.

In my late teens, my parents feared we would...