Free biographies and memoirs Kindle books for 07 Dec 18

Women Who Kill

by RJ Parker

Are women really the weaker sex?

When we hear about a Serial Killer, we never consider the sex, we would immediately assume a man…right? But that’s not always the case! Females are for the most part, the loving and caring protectors of our species and the ones that are more susceptible to danger. However, they are in fact the most dangerous because they are the least suspected of the Serial Killers. Like their male counterparts, they show no remorse and have no mercy for their victims. Should we still call them the weaker sex?

“Women Who Kill is a journey into the minds of female serial killers–their motives, their acts, their thought process. Parker gives an overview and then delves into various stories about individual killers. I found myself horrified but also completely captivated.”
– Bestselling author, Michele Scott

Recently published true crime books by RJ Parker Publishing, Inc.
– Missing Wives, Missing Lives by JJ Slate
– Social Media Monsters: Internet Killers by RJ Parker and JJ Slate
– The Vampire Next Door: The True Story of the Vampire Rapist by J.T. Hunter
– Parents Who Killed Their Children: Filicide by RJ Parker
– Serial Killers Abridged: An Encyclopedia of Serial Killers

Finding God in the Ordinary: {Embracing A God-filled Life}

by Charina Brooks

Finding God in the Ordinary {Embracing a God-filled Life} will make you cry and laugh at the same time. It is a book filled with emotions that is sure to give you hope when you doubt, joy in times of sadness, faith in a faltering trust, and assurance of His loveâ?¦.

This is our story. Will you join me in Finding God in the Ordinary?



A free press is precious. A thorough press is assumed.

LIFE BETWEEN TWO WORLDS: My Journey From Phnom Penh To Beverly Hills

by Monika Tep

Ever thought of giving up? Success is often defined by adversity and perseverance. It is not given but rather earned. From experiencing poverty, hunger, child abuse, rape and sex slavery in Cambodia to obtaining an education, finding love, becoming an American citizen and creating a successful business in Beverly Hills, LIFE BETWEEN TWO WORLDS is a journey that will inspire you to overcome any challenge and become the person you were meant to be.

The First Man on the Moon

by Laurent Pehem

The First Man on the Moon is a riveting story that will keep you on the edge of your seat, a true page-turner, full of unexpected twists. There are upheavals, escapes and near-misses, losses and gains, but never does Laurent loses sight of his ultimate objective: a baby.

Laurent and Harry want a baby. Easier said than done for a gay couple. When their adoption application is rejected, the two men embark on an insane four-year, four-clinic, four-egg-donor, nine-surrogate adventure.

Their journey takes them to Bangkok, where they must navigate the shambles of Thailand’s big fertility business. From Baby Gammy, a Thai surrogacy baby born with Down syndrome and allegedly abandoned by his Australian intended parents, to the visiting Japanese millionaire trying to father a thousand babies, the Thailand surrogacy microcosm has its share of scandals and oddities.

Things become even more complicated when a military junta abolishes democracy in the name of love and declares surrogacy out of bounds. Doctors refuse to examine surrogate mothers and would-be parents of surrogacy babies find themselves stranded in Bangkok, unsure if they’ll be able to bring their children home.

Laurent and Harry’s yearning for a family is enduring, but as they encounter unscrupulous surrogacy agents and try to play according to the rules, miscarriages and heartbreak, the likelihood of becoming parents is far from certain.

The First Man on the Moon is a true story.

Lost In Thought: Memories of an Abused Child, the Horrifying True Story

by Karson Lee

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What would you do if you knew a child who was being abused? If that child was a member of your family? Would you call the authorities and have the child taken away or would you turn a blind eye?

These are the kind of questions that Lost In Thought provokes. The author, who lived through the atrocities mentioned in this book, paints a vivid, if disturbing, image of child abuse and how it affects the psyche as one grows older. What begins as abuse leads quickly to suicidal thoughts and loss of control.

Lost In Thought is the unbelievable true story of a child who was in this predicament. His mother, who was hooked on prescription pills, sexually abused him for years and convinced him that nothing was out of the ordinary. Family members knew of the horrifying situation, yet did nothing to stop it. He distanced himself from his family as he grew older only to become more of an outcast.

This is the powerful story of a man who was diagnosed with Asperger’s Syndrome on the Autism Spectrum in his mid-twenties, overcame adversity, and took back control of his life before it was too late.

The Most Evil People In History

by Bishop Weaver

This is The Most Evil People in History: Volume I, where we look at some of the most unimaginable cruelty in human history. Some are more prominent figures in History, some less well known, but all show the darkest sides of humanity.

Back To Black

by Tim Pauyo

In Back To Black, Marissa, now thirty-two years old, tells a compelling story: how at the age of one or two, her father died, and her mother abandoned her. She spent ten years in a convent school. At nineteen, she traveled to Barbados to go live with her godmother. Unable to cope with her new lifestyle, she ran away and found herself living on the street. She was arrested and sent back to her country. Afraid to face her family, she stole out of the airport and again found herself in a strange country. Now she must figure out a way to survive.

Just Jesus: The Greatest Things Ever Said About the Greatest Man Who Ever Lived REVISED and EXPANDED (Volume 1)

by Daniel Whyte III

All New Format with Over 100 New Entries!

Your heart will almost burst with joy and praise as you read what some of the most important people of the past and present, most Christian, some even non-Christian, have said about the most important Person who ever lived. I believe that your spirit will soar to higher heights in praise of the One who died for us as you read these eloquent and powerful quotations. The mighty words contained in this book are about the greatest figure who ever graced the earth — yet our Saviour and Friend — Jesus — Just Jesus!


“At the end of the day, only one thing matters, and that’s Jesus, Just Jesus, and nothing else.”

“Jesus of Nazareth, without money and arms, conquered more millions than Alexander the Great, Caesar, Mohammed, and Napoleon; without science and learning, He shed more light on things human and divine than all philosophers and scholars combined; without the eloquence of school, He spoke such words of life as were never spoken before or since, and produced effects which lie beyond the reach of orator or poet; without writing a single line, He set more pens in motion, and furnished themes for more sermons, orations, discussions, learned volumes, works of art, and songs of praise than the whole army of great men of ancient and modern times.” –Philip Schaff

“As the centuries pass, the evidence is accumulating that, measured by His effect on history, Jesus is the most influential life ever lived on this planet.” –Kenneth Scott Latourette

“I have a great need for Christ; I have a great Christ for my need.” –Charles H. Spurgeon

“Jesus painted no pictures. Yet some of the greatest paintings of Raphael, Michelangelo and Leonardo Da Vinci received their inspiration from Him. Jesus wrote no poetry; but Dante, Milton, and scores of the world’s greatest poets were inspired by Him. Jesus composed no music; but Haydn, Handel, Beethoven, Bach, and Mendelssohn reached their highest perfection in the symphonies and oratorios they composed in His praise. Every sphere of human greatness has been influenced by this humble carpenter of Nazareth!” –Henry Ward Beecher

“I marvel that whereas the ambitious dreams of myself, Caesar, and Alexander should have vanished into thin air, a Judean peasant–Jesus–should be able to stretch His hands across the centuries and control the destinies of men and nations.” –Napoleon Bonaparte

No one ever invites the vet to dinner: A Memoir

by Tony Barnes

A captivating portrait of life as a vet:

A life of working with animals begins for Tony Barnes MRCVS BVSc with the memory of his mother nursing the family cat while the last traces of war fade around their Portsmouth home. Then his father takes a job teaching tailoring in Kenya and a new chapter of life begins.
Between rescuing a stranded zebra foal and his studies at an English university in the 1960s, Tony takes a warm and humorous look at the experiences that have shaped his lifelong career as a vet.
Pets, clients and patients all make their mark. None are more precious than Tony’s wife and children, and the collection of cats and dogs who make No one ever invites the vet to dinner a beautifully uplifting account of a life spent caring for animals.


by Anthony Hogan

This short book came about from the simple reason of having to clear out my laptop files. I had a number of stories on there that I had researched and instead of losing them I decided I would put them together in a book and try and make a charity some money from it. The book is called â??Liverpool Bits and Bobs’ as basically that is what is in it, bits and bobs of things that I had saved. Hopefully we will have a bit of fun with it and readers may find some of the items that I have included interesting. If you have purchased this book then let me say Thank You, for you have donated to a wonderful charity that helps so many people. All monies made from sales of this book is being donated to the Liverpool based charity ‘The Isabella Trust’ who provide support to parents and carers of children with autistic spectrum condition (ASC) and sensory processing difficulties (SPD).

A Girl with Schizophrenia (Diary of A Girl with Schizophrenia Book 2)

by Haniah Hamzah

Based on a true story – An autobiography about a girl diagnosed of having Schizophrenia in Brunei Darussalam.

From a normal teenage girl who went through a hard time in life.

Please continue reading on how she started hearing the voices of the Devil and Jinn.

Being in delusion and hallucinations from the power of the Devil and Jinn, do find out her reactions and what the voices of the Devil and Jinn made her do with herself and her life life.

The second book is also available. Diary of A Girl with Schizophrenia. Daily entries in a period of 200 days. Currently, it is ongoing. The available book content is from Day 1: 11 Nov 2018 to Day 20: 30 Nov 2018. It will officially be completed on Day 200: 30 May 2019 and the book content here will also be updated.

The third book is also available, An Episode of A Girl with Schizophrenia with 6 parts only. The book tells about her delusion and hallucinations when the Schizophrenia was highly active.

Ernest Hemingway: A Life From Beginning to End (Biographies of Writers: American Book 1)

by Hourly History

Ernest Hemingway

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Ernest Hemingway has sometimes been called one of the most influential authors of the twentieth century. The titles of his worksâ??novels such as The Sun Also Rises and For Whom the Bell Tolls or short stories such as “The Snows of Kilimanjaro”â??are recognizable even to many who have never read them. His last novel, The Old Man and the Sea, won him the Pulitzer Prize in fiction, and he also won the Nobel Prize in literature. Hemingway used language to develop an innovative style, purposely seeking to set himself apart from those who had come before with his distinctive pared-down sentences.

Inside you will read about…

â?? From Journalist to War Hero
â?? Bullfights and Book Deals
â?? Hemingway’s Breakthrough
â?? Suicide in the Family
â?? Hemingway During World War II
â?? Pulitzer Prize and Plane Crashes
And much more!

In this short book, you’ll discover that much of Hemingway’s writing drew on the experiences of his life. From the bullfights of Spain to safaris in East Africa, from being a war correspondent in war zones around the world to surviving multiple airplane and car crashes, Hemingway’s life is a riveting story worth exploring in and of itself.

Charles Dickens: A Life From Beginning to End

by Hourly History

Charles Dickens

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From working in a shoe-blacking factory as a 12-year-old to help his family while his father was in debtor’s prison, Charles Dickens rose to become one of the best-known novelists of all time. Lines like Oliver Twist’s “Please sir, may I have some more?” or the opening lines of A Tale of Two Cities “It was the best of times, it was the worst of times.” are part of the popular vocabulary, and many of Dickens’ works have been translated into movies or TV series. Yet the story of his rise from relative obscurity to immense fame and popularity is not a simple one. Always energetic and unceasingly active, writing until the day before his death, Dickens proves to be a character as interesting as many of those he created.

Inside you will read about…

â?? Providing for His Family as a Child
â?? Beginnings as an Author
â?? Increasing Fame
â?? The Republic of My Imagination
â?? Rumors and Infidelity
â?? Return to America and Last Years
And much more!

In this book, you’ll meet the author who not only wrote famous novels like Great Expectations and David Copperfield, but whose work also helped to develop and popularize the genre of the novel.

HARRY HOUDINI: A Harry Houdini Biography

by Phil Coleman

HARRY HOUDINI: A Harry Houdini Biography

Even today, almost a hundred years after his death, Harry Houdini is known all the world over as a great magician and escapologist. However there was much more to the man. He was also a master publicist, an innovator and inventor.
Born into a Jewish family in late 19th century Hungary Harry Houdini, or Ehrich Weisz to use his birth name, emigrated as a young child, with his family, to the United States of America. There they hoped to find a better life. However, like many immigrant families the Weisz family found only poverty and hardship.

However through hard work and determination Harry Houdini was able to carve out a better place for himself and his family. With the help of his dear wife Bess Houdini became arguably the worlds most famous magician.

Edgar Allan Poe: A Life From Beginning to End (Biographies of Writers: American Book 3)

by Hourly History

Edgar Allan Poe

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What would literature be without the works of Edgar Allan Poe? Would we have the detective story, as was created by this master of the art of deductive reasoning? How would the horror genre have turned out?

Inside you will read about…

â?? The Poe Family and the Allan Family
â?? Poe Joins the Military
â?? Poor and Disowned
â?? Writing Career and Famous Works
â?? Poe’s Mysterious Death
And much more!

Edgar Allan Poe is one of the most influential literary figures of all time. He did a lot to change the way people viewed writers and their value. This book dives into the life of this well-known poet and author and explores all the ways he impacted the literary world, both in his own time and up to date. Start reading and be transported back to the nineteenth century to learn about one of the most well-known American writers of all time.

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