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Book: From Home to Homeless to Success by Dr. Carlton Young
This is the true story of a father and son surviving the odds of sudden homelessness and hardship. However, it is not only about overcoming homelessness, but it also outlines the secret of how to make changes in all areas of your life and make those changes count. Using words of empowerment and inspiration to help those who are looking to improve their quality of life, the book helps you discover [...]
 
Book: She - Crossroads of a Woman by Fatima Abdalla
"She: Crossroads of a Woman" is a unique self-help book as it contains true-to-life stories of wonderful women in their quest for liberty and happiness. It may not have all the answers but will surely touch a woman's issue no matter how unique or exclusive she may have thought it was for her. The cornerstone of a woman's strength and weakness is her feminity, and unless she learns to thread on [...]
 
Book: The Queen's Daughters by Lorry Lutz
Dr. Kate Bushnell, who rescues street women in Chicago, has a disturbing dream. Famed British activist, Josephine Butler, invites Kate and her friend Bess to England. Butler encourages them to go to India to investigate sex slavery on the British bases, and bring proof back to parliament. Lt. Peter Sullivan, who learned of their investigation, seeks their help to find his Anglo-Indian daughter, [...]
 
Book: Working for Peace and Justice - Memoirs of an Activist Intellectual (Legacies of War) by Lawrence S. Wittner
A longtime agitator against war and social injustice, Lawrence Wittner has been tear-gassed, threatened by police with drawn guns, charged by soldiers with fixed bayonets, spied upon by the U.S. government, arrested, and purged from his job for political -reasons. To say that this teacher-historian-activist has led an interesting life is a considerable understatement. In this absorbing memoir, [...]
 
Book: F*ck It - A Guide to Letting Go & Living Free by Charlo Greene
This #1 Amazon New Release is a Modern & Practical Manual to Manifesting the Life You Deserve. Written while awaiting a political prosecution that could cost her 54 years of freedom, viral activist Charlo Greene (charlogreene.com) offers a raw, no-holds-barred rulebook for letting go and living a life you love. Charlo Greene presents her rules for life in her must-read memoir, F*ck It: A Guide to [...]
 
Book: Marriage Can Be Murder - A Mystery Novella (The Lee Alvarez and Gurn Hanson Mysteries Book 2) by Heather Haven
Someone is trying to kill Delores De La Vega, an aging but legendary movie star known as much for her looks and numerous marriages as her acting ability. Now an animal activist and fabulously wealthy, she's about to change her will in favor of the daughter she gave up at birth for adoption, making a claim on her biological mother's billions. With a woman as dramatic as Delores De La Vega, it's [...]
 
Book: Murder at Jade Cove (Cedar Bay Cozy Mystery Book 2) by Dianne Harman
Jeff Black was never going to be named Cedar Bay Citizen of the Year, but does that justify murder? It's not as if no one wanted Jeff dead. He had enemies. A lot of people who didn't want to see his property turned into a commercial hotel and spa. Finding suspects isn't hard, but finding out which one killed him is. Was it the environmental activist enamored with spotted owls, someone from the [...]
 
Book: The White Ribbon Man (Inanna Poetry & Fiction) by Mary Lou Dickinson
Fiction. Women's Studies. THE WHITE RIBBON MAN is a murder mystery set in Toronto. A woman's body is found in the basement toilet of a downtown Toronto church. It is an Anglican church that welcomes homeless people for coffee and soup and has a congregation composed largely of social activists. The discovery challenges a community that sees itself as a compassionate one and causes people who once [...]
 
Book: Rasputin and The Jews - A Reversal of History by Delin Colón
This book is an account of Rasputin as a healer, equal rights activist and man of God, and why he was so vilified by the aristocracy that their libelous and slanderous rumors became accepted as history. For nearly a century, Grigory Rasputin, spiritual advisor to Russia's last Tsar and Tsarina, has been unjustly maligned simply because history is written by the politically powerful and not by the [...]
 
Book: The Mexican Rose (House of Cartels Trilogy Book I) by Alex St. Clair
When her husband is brutally murdered in broad daylight, activist-turned-schoolteacher Rosa Rios finds herself immersed in the blood soaked world of the Mexican drug cartels. She and her fly-by-night sister Mercedes travel across a lush, storied Latin American landscape, from the decaying seaside city of Acapulco to the mystical pyramids of Palenque. Rosa's quest for vengeance leads her to [...]
 
Book: What's Going On at UAardvark? by Lawrence S. Wittner
What's Going On at UAardvark? is a fast-paced political satire about how an increasingly corporatized, modern American university becomes the site of a rambunctious rebellion that turns the nation's campus life upside down. Along the way, there are hilarious encounters with a playboy university president, bizarre U.S. military commanders, poetry-writing Hells Angels, foul-mouthed, decadent [...]
 
Book: Into the Void by Emma Stein
The country of Anglina is teeming with social upheaval, and its officials have found an unlikely national hero in a philosopher and social activist named Horace. The Anglinian government has appointed the effeminate, irreverent, and stubborn scholar to undertake a journey around the world to learn the secret of other countries' success. Unfortunately for Horace, most of the societies he visits [...]
 
Book: Bridge Over Time by Brenda Hiatt
A switch in time! Kathryn Monroe, busy activist and socialite, humors her mother by agreeing to attend her costume ball at the ancestral mansion in South Carolina. What she doesn't admit, even to herself, is that she actually looks forward to a break from the frenetic pace of her increasingly shallow lifestyle. She gets much more of a break than she anticipated when she passes the grandfather [...]
 
Book: Ours, Yours and Mines - A family saga set in the miners' rows of Ayrshire Scotland in the mid-1800s to early 1900s by Carmel McMurdo Audsley
An historical novel based on real people and places in the period 1861 to 1913, set amidst the poverty and overcrowding in the miners' rows of Ayrshire Scotland. The author has put words into the mouths of her ancestors to create a picture of life for large mining families and how they battled sickness and disease, and barely eked out a living. The story begins with Thomas and Margaret McMurdo [...]
 
Book: All Over the Map by Morgan McFinn
More Amusing Ways and Woes of Morgan McFinn - the World's Most Committed Leisure Activist - A year after the publication of his 'paradise journal' Out of the Loop, slacker extraordinaire Morgan McFinn finally relinquishes his hammock on the glorious shores of Koh Samui in the Gulf of Siam. In an attempt to widen his orbit of earthly experiences, McFinn sets off to other exotic locales around [...]
 
Book: Llywelyn by Michael Hill
Dyffryn bendithion daw: ... a beautiful valley in Wales, loved by Llywelyn, where he has lived and farmed all his life, but is now losing possession. It has been taken for a reservoir. He has fought all he can, but to no avail, and lost his wife and son in the process. He may also be losing his mind. Nerys, Llywelyn's daughter, feels alone and isolated, caring for her young son Davie, trying to [...]
 
Book: Dreaming of Laughing Hawk by Linda Katmarian
Rated 5 out of 5 stars by Compulsion Reads. Find Dreaming of Laughing Hawk listed in the Compulsion Reads Endorsed Book Library at www.compulsionreads.com/books. Do you love a romantic suspense novel with complex characters, vivid scenes, and fast-paced dialog and action? A story you want to live in? In 1964 Elizabeth Leigh is looking forward to college, escape from her unhappy home, and the [...]
 
Book: The Most Revolutionary Act - Memoir of an American Refugee by Dr. Stuart Jeanne Bramhall
Intense government harassment between 1987 and 2002 led a 54-year old psychiatrist, single mother and social activist to close her 25-year Seattle practice to begin a new, safe life in New Zealand. Author Dr. Stuart Jeanne Bramhall's memoir, The Most Revolutionary Act, has won an Allbooks 2011 Editor's Choice Award. "Dr. Stuart Jeanne Bramhall is a captivating storyteller. Her memoir, The Most [...]
 
Book: Precinct by Michael Grant
Captain Richard Leland is a rising star in the NYPD. Young, bright, and super ambitious, his goal is to be the police commissioner by the time he's forty. He's right on track, but then department politics rears its ugly head. All his carefully laid plans are suddenly thrown into jeopardy when his boss, Chief of Department Charles Drum, decides his young protege needs more patrol experience [...]
 
Book: Wildlife Heroes - The Story of Joy and George Adamson by Jack L. Roberts
On March 3, 1980, the world woke up to shocking news. Animal rights activist Joy Adamson was found dead near her camp in Kenya, a country in East Africa. The first reports of Joy's death were both shocking and frightening. Newspapers around the world said Joy had been attacked by a lion - by an animal she loved most in the world. But those reports later proved to be wrong! What doctors discovered [...]
 
Book: My Father's House - In Search of a Lost Past by Matthew Carr
Reviews - ' Bill Carr embodied all the idealism and sickness of the colonial mind and his son's narrative is a monumental exploration of the paradoxes of Empire. It is written as if from the pen of a novelist, superbly plotted with a marvellous sense of the intricacies of character and a panoramic view of British and colonial history. Matthew Carr has made astonishing art of his father's [...]
 
Book: Restoring Tibet - Global Action Plan to Send the Dalai Lama Home by Evelyn Roberts Brooks
Note: Dear Readers, if you know how to contact Richard Gere (actor, humanitarian, Tibetan activist), please let him know about this book. Thank you, Evelyn. NEW ALEXA SKILL: "Daily Dalai Lama"--enjoy over 125 quotes from His Holiness in this skill. Here's the link: https://amzn.to/2IqFDHk - Strife and war continue, and it is now many years after the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center. [...]
 


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