Free biographies and memoirs Kindle books for 02 Oct 18

THE ZODIAC KILLER.

by PAT DWYER

THE ZODIAC KILLER OPERATED IN CALIFORNIA IN THE LATE 1960’S AND THE EARLY 1970’S. HE KILLED FIVE PEOPLE BUT IS SUSPECTED IN MANY OTHER HOMICIDES. HE USUALLY ATTACKED COUPLES IN ISOLATED AREAS BUT AT TIMES EVEN ATTACKED IN THE CITY. HE ALSO SEND CRYPTOGRAMS TO THE MEDIA SOME OF WHICH WERE DECIPHERED WHILE OTHERS WERE NOT. DESPITE AN EXTENSIVE INVESTIGATION THE ZODIAC KILLER HAS REMAINED ELUSIVE. HE WAS NEVER CAUGHT. MY BOOK EXPLORES THIS MYSTERY FROM TOP TO BOTTOM IN EASY TO READ FASHION. THE STORY OF THE ZODIAC KILLER IS QUITE STORY AND IF YOU LIKE UNSOLVED MYSTERIES YOU WILL LIKE THIS BOOK.



Heaven and Hell: An Inspirational Biography of a Man’s Victory Against All Odds

by Yair Dori

Yair’s heroic life story will inspire and transform you!

Yair’s generation suffered the Holocaust, and his story merges with that of the State of Israel. This autobiography is the living record of a generation, crisscrossed by the personal history of a family and the most intimate fibers of Yair’s being. It is an exemplary human response to dire straits. The recurrent theme “Run, Yair, run!” is repeated throughout the book.

Run with Yair as he confronts the unspeakable and emerges triumphant

And yes, Yair Dori ran! He kept on running with indefatigable spirit for the innocent victims of the Holocaust, the dreams of his suffering people, to maintain dignity in the worst conditions, and to overcome his near-fatal physical and emotional injuries. As Yair confronted his own mortality in an Egyptian prison, garnering the strength to grapple with the most atrocious circumstances, he remembered his father’s words: “Be worthy of your life and your death.” Yair’s response: “Heaven and Hell – I regret nothing!”.

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Precious Silver Chopsticks: A True Story of a Korean Noble Family

by Mae Adams

From her childhood in a North Korean mountain village to a successful life in the United States, the years have brought Mae Adams many challenges. With the past full of ghosts, her final challenge is to share her story.
Rejected by a mother who did not want a second daughter, Mae grew up on the periphery of her aristocratic Korean family. Her loving step-grandma (a commoner) took care of her, allowing her to explore the joys and perils of their rural home. Mae describes her emergence into Korean culture, from her Japanese-style education to her most prized possession: her pair of silver chopsticks.
She endures her mother’s abuse, almost-tragic accidents, and her father’s funeral. But things would get much worse. At the end of World War II, Mae and her family flee to South Korea, while her grandma stays behind. Within five years the Korean War erupts, and again they spend several years as refugees before Mae came to the United States for a college education.
Her memoir delves into Korean history and the Japanese occupation, following Mae until her happy ending: marriage to a US Marine colonel and a family and career of her own.
Precious Silver Chopsticks is a wonderfully written memoir of a North Korean girl and her journey to America. A truly inspirational story that you will not want to miss. Scroll up and grab a copy of Precious Silver Chopsticks today.



The Girl From Scorpions Pass: Surviving the Massacre at Scorpions Pass Was Only the Beginning

by Miri Furstenberg

Five-year-old Miri is left for dead in a brutal terror attack that kills her parents!

On a desert night a little girl lies shivering under a dead body near a bullet riddled bus too frightened to cry. The violated body of her mother is strewn nearby. Her father, the bus driver, sits slumped over the wheel; his blood has mingled with that of twelve dead passengers. She cannot see her older brother.

Rescued by soldiers hours later, the horror of that night remains locked in her heartâ?¦

A few hours later an army patrol stumbles onto the scene of what the morning newspapers will call “The Massacre at Scorpions Pass.” Miri Furstenberg was five-years-old, and sixty years would pass before she finds the courage to write about that horrible night.

Until its secrets and her amazing life story are finally revealed in these pages

Miri and the State of Israel were both born in 1948, and her story is bound together with evocative scenes from the country’s own. From Tel Aviv in the austere 1950’s, to the relative comfort of kibbutz life, helping unearth Masada, and serving in uniform during the Six Day War, the author’s vivid memories and stark self-reflection make riveting reading.

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The Disappearance of Beverly Potts: A Collection of True Crime

by Maureen David

A series of stories detailing mysterious disappearances and murders occurring in the 1950s-1980s… In the summer of 1951, an old fashioned Showagon arrived in Halloran Park in Cleveland, Ohio carrying a handful of travelling performers. A beloved annual summer tradition promising entertainment for all ages, the city’s residents certainly considered it a show not to be missed. For one night, a park usually thought to be relatively unsafe became a hub of applause and activity as over one and a half thousand people crowded into the make-shift arena on the evening of August 24. Attendees knew they were in for a special treat. Excitement crackled in the air, and it was sure to be a night the theatre lovers of Cleveland would never forget. Unfortunately, this night would haunt the city for decades to come for all of the wrong reasons.



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