Huguette Clark, an incalculable heiress and a “a shy ten-year-old throughout her life,” may be one of history’s most fascinating enigmas of all time, and this book a labyrinth of her many riddles.
The book series of Vladimir Megre, about his meeting with the mysterious woman, Anastasia in the Siberian Taiga, changed the views of many people on life. Follow my view on his journey.
Below are 10 memoirs that I recommend to anyone who likes true stories about both famous and regular people.
A Hubber, Bishop CD Holmes-Miller, has published a memoir that punches through prejudice and pride to reach the heart of the importance of honoring our differences.
The story of America's most prolific hitman who claims to have murdered over 200 people starting with his first murder at age 13.
Even if you don't like cats, you will fall in love with the antics of this one: The story of a courageous cat with no eyes and a day no one will forget.
Girl, Interrupted is a snapshot of life in a mental institution in the late sixties by a young woman who was perhaps no more insane than we are.
True tales of the colorful characters that I have met in my travels and adventures along San Diego's waterfront dive bars. Excerpts from my up-coming book Delusions on the Waterfront.
Walter Anderson has forever claimed a place as one of America’s great artists, having changed the face of watercolor painting through his vivid works of nature subjects. While his place in art history is certainly well earned, it did not come...
"If they don't notice, then they weren't meant to see." Preston draws you into his true story in which he travels through Navajo land following a legend. An incredible read; I highly recommend it.