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I discovered another author, Les Arbuckle, who like Hanna felt compelled to tell the story of his childhood in that war torn country. His ..read more
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Al Badre’s story describes far more than one man’s move from Beirut to the United States. The memoir represents a new way for all of us ..read more
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A little girl’s view of Saigon, from inside the home of a top military attache, bursts with insight into the delicate balance that holds ..read more
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In his memoir, Finding Myself in Borneo, McKee generously offers a front row seat to his adventure in an interesting part of the world. But ..read more
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Unlike Ed Sullivan who became famous for pretending to be no-man, Frank McCourt became famous for being everyman. His memoir, Angela’s ..read more
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