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The True Story of the Tortoise and the Hare By Hayden Miller
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A story told through the eyes of a polite hare. This story is based on the classic tale of the Tortoise and the Hare.
True Murder Stories... By Nischal Hegde
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This book is definitely a must read if you like a real mystery crime book. The book has many stories that you haven't heard about and it is very detailed about the things that went on during these... More > killings, and about the process of trying to find out who the killer was. You can read about serial killers, some psycho ones and learn about interesting facts like - are DNA tests so perfect? It also has the true story of how the Russian intelligence managed to bring in radioactive material into England to assassinate their target. Also there is a story about the Zodiac killer, about whom a movie has also been made and many more like The boston Strangler, The McNaughten's Case, etc. etc..< Less
True Stories of Girl Heroines By E. Everett-Green
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True Stories of Girl Heroines by E. Everett-Green, author of “Golden Gwendolyn,” “The Silver Axe,” “Olivia’s Experiment,” etc.; with Sixteen Illustrations by... More > E. F. Sherie Includes chapters on: Inez Arroya; Catharine the Rose; Elsje Van Houwening; Grizel Cochrane; Eva Von Gross; Emma Fitz-Osborn; Elizabeth Stuart; Charlotte Honeyman; Mary Bridges; Theresa Duroc; Jane Lane; Helen Kottenner; Maid Lillyard; Margaret Wilson; Agostina of Zaragoza; Agnes Beaumont; Hannah Hewling; Mona Drummond; Jessy Varcoe; and Ursula Pendrill.< Less
MY TRUE STORY By Em Khei
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This is a true story of the author. Although revolving around the life of the author, it contains various esoteric messages which warrant a deep thought to fully comprehend them. This book will open... More > up the eyes of the reader into new perspectives and truths which no one dares to talk about. However, some information is just mentioned lightly without deeper elaboration; detailed information on certain subjects mentioned will come later in different books. Don't approach this book with any religious beliefs or perceived truths because much of the entailed is outside that perception. However, question everything including the contents of this book.< Less
Flowers and Promises A True Story By Hanna Vanora
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Flowers and Promises is a true story about domestic violence. It describes the pattern of domestic abuse and its affects. There is resourceful information at the beginning and at the end of the... More > story. How had I gotten myself to this dreadful place? Hadn’t I learned anything from my past experience? I just seemed to keep getting myself drawn further into this horrifying relationship. How quickly I would forget why I had made my previous escape from him. I always thought I was doing the right thing by going back. My life depended on this escape. I felt such an immense amount of guilt for what my kids had gone through, what I had put them through by staying in the situation, because of my naivety, low self-esteem, and insecurities. If only I had paid attention to the warning signs in the beginning…< Less
The True Christmas Story By Scott Jung
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The Christmas story according to Matthew and Luke, with illustrations by Scott Jung.
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Based On True Stories By Matt Potter
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Matt Potter’s writing possesses a delicate snark, an incisive wit that lifts even the commonplace into unique memorability. The characters have the makings of great fictional people:... More > they’re singular and quirky, but at the same time possessed of an indisputable sense of reality. These people exist, they live and breathe, and we the readers, recognize in them our friends, our family. And ourselves. ~ Guilie Castillo Oriard, author of 'The Miracle of Small Things' The small fictions in 'Based on True Stories' will not lull you – they will piss you off or, at the least, move you to indignation or tears or laughter. Maybe all three. These gems provoke, like the tip of a chef’s knife pricking skin, and just as the words get uncomfortable, the story delivers the bit of redemption that reveals the humanity of his characters – and of us all. These stories are real, raw, and honest. The reading doesn’t get much better than that. ~ Linda Simoni-Wastila, Senior Fiction Editor at 'JMWW'< Less
Based on True Stories By Matt Potter
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Matt Potter’s writing possesses a delicate snark, an incisive wit that lifts even the commonplace into unique memorability. The characters have the makings of great fictional people:... More > they’re singular and quirky, but at the same time possessed of an indisputable sense of reality. These people exist, they live and breathe, and we the readers, recognize in them our friends, our family. And ourselves. ~ Guilie Castillo Oriard, author of 'The Miracle of Small Things' The small fictions in 'Based on True Stories' will not lull you – they will piss you off or, at the least, move you to indignation or tears or laughter. Maybe all three. These gems provoke, like the tip of a chef’s knife pricking skin, and just as the words get uncomfortable, the story delivers the bit of redemption that reveals the humanity of his characters – and of us all. These stories are real, raw, and honest. The reading doesn’t get much better than that. ~ Linda Simoni-Wastila, Senior Fiction Editor at 'JMWW'< Less
Felix Holt, the True Story By P L Quinn
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Felix Holt, the True Story is a critical examination of Felix Holt, the Radical (1866) by George Eliot. Since the novel’s publication, it has automatically been assumed that the fictional East... More > Midlands market town of Treby Magna (where the novel is set) “must” be based upon the Nuneaton of George Eliot’s childhood. However, this assumption has made the novel largely “unreadable.” Whilst Eliot’s childhood and her earlier novels are informative towards the construction of Felix Holt, the Radical, this study proposes that the Treby community is based upon the East Midlands market town of Leicester – by far the oldest East Midlands community. It is also proposed that Eliot wanted to write a novel with a similar impact to Cranford by Elizabeth Gaskell (1851 – 1853) in which the community finally pulls together. Hence, it is determined that Eliot wrote Felix Holt, the Radical, as a means of unifying the varying rifts of “Christian eclecticism” into her mode of Humanism.< Less

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