Category Archives: Non-Fiction

The Girl with Seven Names, Hyeonseo Lee, David John, authors, Josie Dunn, narrator

Hyeonseo Lee had not meant to escape from North Korea or her family. Although it was dangerous, she had only wanted to secretly cross the river into China to visit with some relatives before her 18th birthday. She had planned … Continue reading

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Barracoon: The Story of the Last”Black Cargo” Zora Neale Hurston (Author), Robin Miles (Narrator)

This brief book, tells a story that has never before been published, written by Nora Neale Hurston. It summarizes the interviews she had with Cudjo Lewis, who was thought to be the oldest slave brought over on the ship named … Continue reading

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The Jersey Brothers: A Missing Naval Officer in the Pacific and His Family’s Quest to Bring Him Home, by Sally Mott Freeman

This is an amazing story about the search for Barton Cross, who was lost during World War II, somewhere in the Philippines. It will take the reader on a journey into the midst of the horror and brutality that the … Continue reading

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The Death of Truth, Michiko Kakutani, author; Tavia Gilbert, narrator

This is nothing but a hit piece, a hatchet piece meant to trash the current President because this liberal author despises him. She suffers from the lies of omission. Her hate is obvious, her derangement apparent and her anger palpable. … Continue reading

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The Last Goodnight, Howard Blum, author, Tristan Morris, narrator

Between two wars, history and biography merge into what seems to be Betty Pack’s playpen. Born into wealth, Elizabeth Thorpe, was also the daughter of an Admiral. She was a square peg in a round hole, born out of step … Continue reading

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Saudi America: The Truth about Fracking and How It’s Changing the World, by Bethany McLean

In an effort to reduce its dependence on foreign energy sources, the United States oil and gas industry invested in research and technology. Aubrey McClendon began his career investing in the natural gas industry as somewhat of a superstar, but … Continue reading

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Calypso, David Sedaris, author and narrator

As a rule, when authors read their own books, I am not a fan, however, since Sedaris presents his stories on stage regularly, he is an expert at the reading of his book. His presentation is spot on, with just … Continue reading

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