Free biographies and memoirs Kindle books for 10 Jun 18

On Hearing of My Mother’s Death Six Years After It Happened: A Daughter’s Memoir of Mental Illness

by Lori Schafer

It was the spring of 1989. I was sixteen years old, a junior in high school and an honors student. I had what every teenager wants: a stable family, a nice home in the suburbs, a great group of friends, big plans for my future, and no reason to believe that any of that would ever change.

Then came my mother’s psychosis.

I experienced first-hand the terror of watching someone I loved transform into a monster, the terror of discovering that I was to be her primary victim. For years I’ve lived with the sadness of knowing that she, too, was a helpless victim – a victim of a terrible disease that consumed and destroyed the strong and caring woman I had once called Mom.

My mother’s illness took everything. My family, my home, my friends, my future. A year and a half later I would be living alone on the street on the other side of the country, wondering whether I could even survive on my own.

But I did. That was how my mother – my real mother – raised me. To survive.

She, too, was a survivor. It wasn’t until last year that I learned that she had died – in 2007. No one will ever know her side of the story now. But perhaps, at last, it’s time for me to tell mine.

Martin Luther King Jr.: A Life From Beginning to End

by Hourly History

Martin Luther King Jr.

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The life of Martin Luther King Jr. was painfully short but joyously valuable. Using non-violent direct action and the principles of Christian love, King became the most influential pioneer of the civil rights movement in the United States of America. A husband, father, pastor, and leader, King preached a message of hope by taking to the streets and changing the world.

Inside you will read about…

â?? Early Life
â?? Montgomery Bus Boycott
â?? A Brush with Death
â?? March on Washington and Murders in Selma
â?? Riots in Watts and War in Vietnam
â?? The Poor People’s Campaign and the Assassination
And much more!

The Biggs: A Family Affair: A Tell-All Account of America’s Most Heinous Cannibals

by Clyde Smith

The last account of Clyde Smith Esquire. Attorney to the infamous Biggs Family. In this chilling expose, Smith gives a full historical account of this most gruesome modern horror. Beginning in the mid 1850’s, this legendary and largely unknown tribe, wreaked havoc throughout North America as they expended their existential hell on the lives of countless victims. NOT FOR THE FAINT OF HEART.

At Knifepoint

by Susan P. Murray

I found it very difficult to write and share this personal story with the world as I was reminded of every detail of the night that changed my life forever. I just moved to a new city and was looking to meet new people and establish new friendships with others. I was taken advantage of and am a survivor, of a violent attack.

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