Personal Memoirs

BIO026000

The Bleaks

$29.95

The Bleaks is the true story of a harrowing nightmare into which writer Paul Illidge’s life is plunged one summer night, when a police drug-squad raids his suburban house, arrests him and his two teenage sons, and whisks them off to jail for growing some marijuana plants in their basement.

The Bleaks cover

After the Falls

$18.95

In 1960, Cathy McClure, age 12, is thrown out of Catholic school. Her father’s drugstore, faced with a superhighway and encroaching chain stores, has fallen upon hard times. So the family decides to leave Lewiston, New York, for a fresh start in suburban Buffalo. But even as Cathy embraces the tumultuous sixties and throws herself into a new life as cheerleader, Hojo Hostess, and civil rights advocate, trouble — as usual — isn’t far behind.

After the Falls cover

Coming Ashore

$27.95

Picking up her story in the late ’60s at age 21, Cathy Gildiner whisks the reader through five years and three countries, beginning when she is a poetry student at Oxford.

Coming Ashore cover

Still Hunting (PDF)

$14.95

A fascinating story of culture and life in 1960s Toronto 

Picking up where his first memoir, Young Hunting, left off, Martin Hunter writes of his return to Toronto in the 1960s. He marries his teenage sweetheart, goes to work for the family paper company, fathers three children, and settles into a bourgeois lifestyle. But not for long. 

Product Info
Ebook File format: 
pdf

Still Hunting (MOBI)

$14.95

This file has been formatted for your Kindle

A fascinating story of culture and life in 1960s Toronto 

Picking up where his first memoir, Young Hunting, left off, Martin Hunter writes of his return to Toronto in the 1960s. He marries his teenage sweetheart, goes to work for the family paper company, fathers three children, and settles into a bourgeois lifestyle. But not for long. 

Still Hunting (ePub)

$14.95

A fascinating story of culture and life in 1960s Toronto 

Picking up where his first memoir, Young Hunting, left off, Martin Hunter writes of his return to Toronto in the 1960s. He marries his teenage sweetheart, goes to work for the family paper company, fathers three children, and settles into a bourgeois lifestyle. But not for long. 

Product Info
Ebook File format: 
epub

Midnight, Jesus & Me (ePub)

$13.95

A true story of faith and hope from the late night suicide crisis guy 

Midnight, Jesus & Me is an at once heartbreaking, provocative, and inspirational collection of true-life tales from J.M. Blaine, that semi-agnostic, evangelical absurdist, existential Christian, licensed psychiatric guy. He invites readers to listen to the secret lives of saints and sinners falling, as he questions the meaning of it all and determines that there are no easy answers. 

Product Info
Ebook File format: 
epub

More Books About:

Midnight, Jesus & Me (PDF)

$13.95

A true story of faith and hope from the late night suicide crisis guy 

Midnight, Jesus & Me is an at once heartbreaking, provocative, and inspirational collection of true-life tales from J.M. Blaine, that semi-agnostic, evangelical absurdist, existential Christian, licensed psychiatric guy. He invites readers to listen to the secret lives of saints and sinners falling, as he questions the meaning of it all and determines that there are no easy answers. 

Product Info
Ebook File format: 
pdf

More Books About:

Clearly Now, the Rain (MOBI)

$13.95

This eBook was designed for the Kindle. 

"As elemental, lyrical and cringe-inducing a love story as they come.”
—  Kirkus Reviews

More Books About:

Clearly Now, the Rain (ePub)

$13.95

"As elemental, lyrical and cringe-inducing a love story as they come.”
—  Kirkus Reviews

Product Info
Ebook File format: 
epub

More Books About:

Syndicate content