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    Author: Nancy Henderson-James

    ISBN: 978-0-911051-67-4

    Publisher: Plain View Press

     

    With At Home Abroad: An American Girl in Africa, Nancy Henderson-James has proven herself to be a masterful talent in crafting a captivating memoir infused with a great deal of vivacity, introspection and even some humor and poetry. It is not a memoir to rapidly gulp down, but one to mull over as the author unfolds her childhood through impressionist morsels.




    Title: Bringing Back The Magic

    Author: Margaret T. Wright

    ISBN: 978-0-9821198-0-8

    Publisher: Tewillager Publishing (A Division of Equatorial Group, Ltd)

    Margaret (Maggie) Wright, author of Bringing Back the Magic: A Transformational Memoir can be described as a rare bird who is particularly well-informed on the African Grey parrot, however, as she points out, she prefers to be called eccentric because her heart opens so much to animals in general.





    Author:  Ray Hickey

    ISBN-10: 0615194834

    ISBN-13: 978-0615194837

    I was very impressed with the candor and honesty with which Ray Hickey told the story of his life in this book.  I have seen men like him on almost every job that I have held in my life:   Good men who are honest and have a strong work ethic.  But you don’t see so many who have gone to the heights that this man has.

     







    Author: Wendy Kinney-Kendall

    ISBN13: 9781869790431
    Publisher: Random House NZ.


    Barbara Kendell is an extraordinary woman. She has not only won windsurfing medals at three Olympics, she is a mother, an IOC representative, public speaker and mentor. This biography, written by her sister, tells the inspiring story of an extraordinary woman who overcame her personal challenges and remains at the top of her sport after twenty years of competition.



    Author:  Carol Leonard

    ISBN:  978-0-615-19550-6

    Publisher:  Bad Beaver Farm

    Carol Leonard, cofounder of the Midwives Alliance of North America, and midwife of thirty years, helped to make midwives legal and certified in her state of New Hampshire.  Believing that women should have an empowering experience of giving birth, and have the option of a home birth, she felt drawn to helping women after the birth of her son, and started assisting doctors and learning all she could.  This remarkable memoir is the journey of one woman finding her calling as a midwife and finding love on the way.




    Author: Sam Wyly

    ISBN-10: 1557048037

    ISBN-13: 978-1557048035

    Sam Wyly was a pioneer in many ways.  From humble beginnings in Paradise Island, Louisiana, which Sam described as the poorest town in America, he and his brother learned many of life’s lessons together.  Sam tells of how he learned much of what was important in getting on in life from the experience of his family losing it all and having to move from a painted house in town to their unpainted, tin roofed country house where he spent the rest of his youth.



    Author: Howard M. Layton

    ISBN 13: 978-0-9676008-5-7

    Publishers: Three Spires Publishers


    Love and Sand is the exciting memoir of a former flyer for the RAF.  Howard M. Layton  intermingles the stories of his love affairs with his hair raising exploits  as an officer of the RAF in south-Africa and  El Alamein where the Eighth army defeated Rommel.



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