Category Archives: Non-Fiction

Educated, Tara Westover, author; Julia Whelan, narrator

The author was raised in Idaho near a beautiful mountain called Bucks Peak. There was no record of her birth, and she never attended school. This is her inspiring story. Her parents were Fundamental Mormons who brought her up to … Continue reading

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Infinite Hope: How Wrongful Conviction, Solitary Confinement and 12 Years on Death Row Failed to Kill My Soul, Anthony Graves

Anthony Graves has lived through the worst travesty and failure of our legal system to provide him with justice. For him, it was a system that was rife with racism, political abuse, a system peopled with corrupt judges motivated by … Continue reading

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Siriously Delicious, Siri Daly

When I arrived home after a lengthy vacation, I discovered that I had won an (uncorrected proof) advanced reader’s copy of Siri Daly’s Siriously Delicious cookbook. What a pleasant surprise it was as I read through the pages! Written with … Continue reading

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Destiny of the Republic-Candice Millard, author; Paul Michael, narrator

Millard has written a book that desperately needed to be written about a President whose brief time in office is not well known, a President who only served the United States in that capacity for less than a year, but … Continue reading

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The Monk of Mokha, Dave Eggers, author; Dion Graham, narrator

I am an honest to goodness coffee lover, so I found it interesting to learn of its origin, history of development, types of beans, types of flavors, methods of growing, ripening stages, roasting and serving suggestions, but some coffee I … Continue reading

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Killers of the Flower Moon-David Grann, author; Will Patton, Ann Marie Lee, Danny Campbell, narrators

Although the book concerns itself with a time in history that covered about four years, from 1921-1925, the story really begins in the 1870’s when the Osage Indians were forced to leave their lands in Kansas and resettle to lands … Continue reading

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Managing Bubbie, Russel Lazega

I loved this tender story. It was a nostalgic look back for me because I am familiar with the times and places mentioned in the book. The book will charm anyone who has had the good fortune to be born in … Continue reading

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