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The Search for Johnny Nicholas
Dave C. Smith (Author), Hugh Wray McCann (Author)
Unrated biography
Johnny Nicholas had many faces. To some he was “Major John Nicholas,” a downed black American pilot who parachuted into France on a secret intelligence mission. To others he was a key player in the French Resistance and a doctor who’d set up a practice in Paris as a cover for his clandestine activities.

Dalton Jackson
5 star memoir
Immediately after graduating from college in 2006, Dalton Jackson took a job as a high school Biology teacher in Cramer county, located in the rural southern United States. Over the course of the next two years, he shared his students’ triumphs, tragedies, joys, and frustrations. He got a behind the scenes look into how school systems and teachers function as well as how they break. He faced threats of violence and potential lawsuits. As the pressure built and the runaway train of his brief teaching career began to derail, Dalton came to understand why the education system can’t seem to recruit new teachers and why many of the teachers in the existing system aren’t doing their jobs.

Will Love For Crumbs – A Memoir
Jonna Ivin
4 star memoir
Raised by an alcoholic mother and without a father, Jonna learned at a young age to put her needs on the back-burner. After her mother dies of cancer, she goes on a spiritual journey looking for enlightenment and a purpose for her life. Eventually, she ends up as a volunteer in the relief effort following Hurricane Ike. There she meets a man who will forever change her life.

Breaking Shackles: A True Story of Adventure and Discovery
Phillip Wilson
One 5 star rating, memoir
He had reached the end of the road, the end of his tether and what could be the end of his life. He had a choice – end it all or fight to break the mental shackles pulling him down into despair. This is a true story of the journey he embarked upon which led deep into his soul and to the edge of the World – Antarctica.


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