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"At a critical juncture during brain surgery, Alex Dixon, age 12, had a stroke...." Alex was a normal, bright, and healthy little girl, when the sudden onset of a mysterious illness began to take over her life. Months of physical therapy and medication....


Guillermo Vicente Vidal's memoir chronicles his journey from Castro's Cuba to the United States—a tapestry of his coming of age, a broken family, and disorientation of political unrest. Vidal was barely ten years old when he shook the hand...


In the years leading up to the 1950s, there were few resources for the challenged. They were placed in asylums or back rooms and left to die. They were never talked about or acknowledged. They were the silent children. The ones no one wanted. ..


"Armed with idealistic visions of the West, Gaydell from Garden City, New York, and her husband, Roy of Hinsdale, Illinois, embark on The Grand Experiment during the 1960s: raising their four children in a primitive Wyoming log cabin built by...


Featured in Publishers Weekly, April 9, 2018. Written by Greg Dobbs, a two-time national Emmy Award-winning correspondent for ABC News, "Life In the Wrong Lane" is his firsthand account of the funny, stupid, dangerous, and unbelievable things...


AFGHANISTAN 1971. The rugged routes to Kabul teemed with worldwide youth in search of cheap drugs and enlightenment. With the idyllic dreamers came hard core criminals. Sent to Kabul to take on the criminals was Federal Narcotics...


Boryla relates in a humorous, yet heart wrenching way, his days as a football player on the field of Regis High School in Denver, Colorado, Stanford University and finally the Philadelphia Eagles (1974-76), throwing two touchdown passes for...


In 1962, the International Geneva Accords declared Laos to be neutral and generally restricted from foreign interference and foreign troops. Thus began the CIA’s secret war in Laos, led by a handful of CIA paramilitary officers in the mountains of Laos...


Cattle Drives, Outlaws, Hookers, Bootleggers, the Mexican War and Poncho Villa... Stories from the life of Charles Martin Davis, born in Tombstone in 1886. This is an unusual and candid account of one man's life in early Arizona. Charlie's...


Engaging and transforming, The Happiest Man provides a unique and compelling insight into the life and legacy of a man who found true happiness in relinquishment and selfless service. Through the inspiring story of Dr. James W....


Peter, a college student from Colorado, turned to a long-ago mountain climbing lesson taught to him by his father to never let go of your partner at the end of the rope. He was not anchored and could have easily slipped from his harness and...