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Hitler’s Forgotten Children: My Life Inside the Lebensborn by Ingrid Von Oelhafen
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Overview: ‘More than 70 years ago I was a "gift" for Adolf Hitler. I was stolen as a baby to be part of one of the most terrible of all Nazi experiments: Lebensborn."

The Lebensborn programme was the brainchild of Himmler: an extraordinary plan to create an Aryan master race, leaving behind thousands of displaced victims in the wake of the Nazi regime.

In 1942 Erika, a baby girl from Sauerbrunn in Yugoslavia, was taken for a ‘medical’ examination by the Nazi occupiers. Declared an ‘Aryan’, she was removed from her mother and held in a children’s home; her true identity erased, she became Ingrid von Oelhafen.

Later, as Ingrid began to uncover her true identity, the full scale of the Lebensborn scheme and the Nazi obsession with bloodlines became clear – including the kidnapping of up to half a million babies like her, and the deliberate murder of children born into the programme who were deemed ‘substandard’.

Written with insight and compassion, this is a powerful meditation on the personal legacy of Hitler’s vision, of Germany’s brutal past and of a divided Europe that for many years struggled to come to terms with its own history.
Genre: Non-Fiction, Biography

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Download Unsolved Murders by Hector Z. Gregory (.ePUB)(.MOBI)

Unsolved Murders by Hector Z. Gregory (Serial Killers, Conspiracy Theories, True Police … Missing Persons, True Crime Stories #1)
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Overview: Murder is something that has been going on since the beginning of time. Some people blame this on a problem with the brain, stating that the murderer must have been wired wrong. Others believe that something terrible must have happened to these people early on in life. However, the truth is that sometimes, people just snap, they go into a rage and they become something short of human…
It is at this point that common sense does not matter any longer, and the murderer begins acting as if they are some kind of animal, thirsty for the blood of their victims.
However, while we know that this happens, we tell ourselves that it will be balanced out, that if someone commits a murder, they will face judgment, they will be punished for the crimes that they have committed.
What happens, however, when the murderer is not punished? When the case goes, cold and remains unsolved?
While these cases have gone cold, there is still hope that someday, somehow, someone will be punished for these horrific crimes…
Genre: Biographies & Memoirs > True Crime

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Here’s A Preview Of What’s In This Book…

Unsolved Murders: Black Dahlia
Unsolved Murders: The New Orleans Axe Man
Unsolved Murders: America’s Unknown Child
Unsolved Murders: Zodiac Murders
Unsolved Murders: The Phantom Killer
Unsolved Murders: Bone Collector of West Mesa
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Mamie Cadden: Ireland’s Backstreet Abortionist by Ray Kavanagh
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Overview: The spellbinding story of the most famous abortionist of the 1940s and 1950s, Mamie Cadden. Mamie Cadden was born in the US of Co. Mayo parents who returned to Ireland soon after her birth. Mamie qualified as a midwife from the National Maternity Hospital in 1925 and started work in one of Dublin’s many nursing homes. Soon after she established her own home, St. Maelruin’s, in Rathmines. Mamie became famous in Dublin for her fast lifestyle, blonde hair, MG sportscar and friendship with students, bohemians and other independent women. However, it all came to a temporary end in 1939 when she was sentenced to jail for abandoning a child she had contracted to place in a home. When she emerged in 1940 she began to concentrate on the busy abortion services in Dublin, a service which would eventually land her in jail for the rest of her life…
Genre: Non-Fiction, True Crime, History

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Download Adventures of a Greedy Girl by Kay Plunkett-Hogge (.ePUB)

Adventures of a Terribly Greedy Girl by Kay Plunkett-Hogge
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Overview: Candid, relatable, confessional, and opinionated, you won’t be able to put down this intriguing tome.

Adventures of A Terribly Greedy Girl includes 25 pivotal recipes that Kay has discovered along the way, including Ivy on the Shore Salad, Salty-sweet Peanut Cookies, and Thai Gravadlax.

Imagine Adventures of A Terribly Greedy Girl as a book written by the illegitimate child of Nora Ephron and Laurie Colwin, dusted with a little Eastern promise. It’s a celebration of a tumbling through life, of mistakes, and opportunities laid bare. Joyful, witty, and occasionally indiscreet, this is a book that stares at menopause with a gin in hand and looks back at a life entirely unplanned.
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Lonely Graves: A Texas Murder Trilogy by Lana Payne Barnett
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Overview: Journalist and novelist Pete Hamill once said, “There is a growing feeling that perhaps Texas is really another country, a place where the skies, the disasters, the diamonds, the politicians, the women, the fortunes, the football players and the murders are all bigger than anywhere else.”
For a boy who grew up on the streets of New York City, that’s a pretty bold observation, but perhaps true, especially concerning the murders.

Case in point:
October 1897: a Panhandle, Texas Methodist minister decides to slip his faithful wife of seventeen years a lethal dose of strychnine the day after their 17th wedding anniversary in order to marry a wealthy socialite. A Chief Justice of the Texas Supreme Court wrote about the case “The facts show for deliberate fiendishness, they are almost without parallel in the annals of criminal jurisprudence.”
Christmas Eve 1926: authorities in Farwell, Texas discover the worst case of family annihilation this country has ever recorded after unearthing the remains of eight children and their mother. And…this was not the first family the perpetrator had murdered and buried. While incarcerated he wove doilies for jail visitors and for the jurors.
June 1930: in Amarillo, Texas a peaceful summer morning turns into pandemonium when a blonde colored Durant drives through the gates of the quaint Country Club Addition and suddenly explodes hurling metal and body parts all over the neighborhood. The lawyer husband aided authorities in the investigation.
There was a time when all six subjects’ names, husbands and the wives they killed were notoriously famous and news services carried the latest details in each case to newspapers all over the country. Today all lie in Lonely Graves, where only occasional curiosity seekers visit the sites.
Genre: Non Fiction Biographies & Memoirs > True Crime > Murder & Mayhem

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Download An Unfinished Life: John F. Kennedy by Robert Dallek (.ePUB)

An Unfinished Life: John F. Kennedy, 1917 – 1963 by Robert Dallek
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Overview: Everywhere acclaimed for its compelling narrative, its fresh insights, and its dispassionate appraisal of John F. Kennedy’s presidency, this #1 national bestseller is the first full-scale single-volume biography of JFK to be written by a historian in nearly four decades. Drawing on previously unavailable material and never-before-opened archives, An Unfinished Life is packed with revelations large and small – about JFK’s health, his love affairs, RFK’s appointment as Attorney General, what Joseph Kennedy did to help his son win the White House, and the path JFK would have taken in the Vietnam entanglement had he survived. Robert Dallek succeeds as no other biographer has done in striking a critical balance – never shying away from JFK’s weaknesses, brilliantly exploring his strengths – as he offers up a vivid portrait of a bold, brave, complex, heroic, human Kennedy.
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Download Bankruptcy! FMW by Shoichi Arai (.PDF)

Bankruptcy! FMW by Shoichi Arai, Emu Eaglestone (Translator)
Requirements: any PDF reader, 404KB
Overview: If you are a wrestling fan, this is a must read.
If you are not a wrestling fan, this is a must read.
Mr. Shoichi Arai gives a fascinating first person account about running a wrestling company,types of wrestling events, loan sharks and loan banks. This book delves deep in the personal and business life of Mr. Shoichi Arai. If you want to know a tragedy of what deep love and passion for a business could do to a good family man then read this. May you Rest in Peace Mr. Arai, i am sorry you can’t see this but i hope that somehow you’ll know that you’ve earned respect and adoration from an unimportant college kid from Croatia and that in my book is what success in life is all about.
Genre: Non Fiction, Autobiography, Wrestling

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Download Fairy Tale Interrupted by RoseMarie Terenzio (.ePUB)+

Fairy Tale Interrupted: A Memoir of Life, Love, and Loss by RoseMarie Terenzio
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Overview: Working Girl meets What Remains, this is the behind-the-scenes story of an unlikely friendship between America’s favorite First Son, John F. Kennedy, Jr. and his personal assistant, a blue-collar girl from the Bronx.

The Kennedys have captured the American imagination for fifty years, and the public’s enduring fascination with Camelot continues to this day. Now, former personal assistant and dear friend of JFK, Jr. and Carolyn Bessette Kennedy, RoseMarie Terenzio has waited for more than a decade to share her unique, intimate, and extraordinary perspective of life behind the Kennedy curtain.

Upon first meeting, RoseMarie was not immediately impressed with JFK, Jr. In an awkward yet comedic encounter, she walked into her office to find that John had begun dismissively boxing up her personal belongings and moving them to a smaller office, including her prized, autographed Howard Stern photo. As she gave him a piece of her mind, people stood around gaping that she would dare speak to JFK, Jr. that way. But John loved her moxie and eventually asked her to become his personal assistant and publicist—and years later she would become one of his closest confidantes, as well as Carolyn’s. For five years RoseMarie witnessed John’s dating, politics, his marriage to Carolyn, and his untimely death. In her memoir, she blends her own story of a young woman who rose from an embattled childhood to follow her dream with amazing revelations about the man who has been the subject of unparalleled attention, sensationalism, adoration, and speculation. Offering readers a rare access to the epicenter of American royalty, this funny, moving, and truthful work is a breath of fresh air in the legacy of writing about the Kennedys.
Genre: Biographies & Memoirs

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Hiding from Reality: My Story of Love, Loss, and Finding the Courage Within by Taylor Armstrong
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Overview: Taylor Armstrong, star of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills on Bravo, pulls back the curtain on the years she suffered in silence through domestic violence in this searingly honest account of her troubled marriage to the late Russell Armstrong.

The terrible truth is that I felt lost without the control that Russell had imposed on me for the nearly six years that we were married. Disturbingly, I missed that control. I didn’t know what to do once I had no one there to tell me how to dress, act, and behave; what to want; and who, even, to be. In some ways, I missed the abuse. I missed the pain. I missed being scared. Not because I liked feeling any of that. But because it was the life I had become accustomed to, and without anyone to be afraid of, to apologize to, and to cover for, I felt completely lost.

Reality hit Taylor Armstrong hard one tragic evening last August when she found the body of her estranged husband, Russell, hanging in his California home. Fans across the country were shocked at the horrific news of his death and even more shocked to discover that behind the glittering “reality” of Taylor’s life on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills lurked a painful story of emotional and physical abuse that she had been terrified to tell.

To the outside world, the Armstrongs lived like royalty, throwing lavish parties—including a memorable tea party for their daughter’s fourth birthday—and mingling with their privileged Housewives co-stars. It was impossible to hide the cracks in their marriage from the cameras forever, though, and their darkest secrets slowly began to seep through the gilded façade.

With searing honesty, Taylor candidly examines her difficult journey from the abusive home in which she was born to the low self-esteem that kept her constantly on the run from herself, to the tumultuous marriage that ended in suicide, and ultimately to her realization that only by sharing her moving story could she help other women.
Genre: Biographies & Memoirs

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Ali in Wonderland: And Other Tall Tales by Ali Wentworth
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Overview: Growing up in a family of political journalists—and daughter of President Reagan’s White House social secretary—Ali Wentworth rebelled against her blue-blood upbringing, embracing Hollywood, motorcycles, even a few wildly inappropriate marriage proposals. Today she is an acclaimed comedic actress and writer, former Oprah regular, wife of political and media star George Stephanopoulos, and a mother who lets her two girls eat cotton candy before bed. Though she’s settled down, her rebellious nature thrives in her comedy and her view of her crazy world.

In this addictively funny and warm memoir, she takes us through the looking glass and into the wonderland of her life, from a childhood among Washington’s elite to a stint in the psych ward they called a New England prep school; days doing L.A. sketch comedy (with then-aspiring artists Will Ferrell and Lisa Kudrow) to a series of spectacularly failed loves (that eventually led her to Mr. Right). Constant throughout is her mother, Muffie—a flawlessly elegant yet firm, no-nonsense force of nature and pure WASP convictions.

As charming and off-the-wall as Ali herself, Ali in Wonderland is an entertaining look at life that is both intimate and hilarious.
Genre: Biographies & Memoirs

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