Free biographies and memoirs Kindle books for 27 Dec 18

All The Little Things

by S. A. Thompson

Anyone who grew up in a small town during the 1960s and 1970s will enjoy this nostalgic trip through an Oklahoma childhood.

Behind the Screens at the City General Hospital

by Peter Sykes

What really goes on ‘behind the screens’ on a busy surgical ward?

Paul Lambert, a quiet and introspective young doctor tells the real-life tales of some of his patients, at a time when care and compassion ruled supreme in British hospitals. Some stories are humorous, some sad, others poignant, but all are very ‘human’. The novel also follows Paul’s chequered love life and unveils some of the ‘high jinks’ that doctors get up to when off-duty. Had Jennifer Worth been a surgeon rather than a midwife, these are the tales that she might have told.

From the author of “The First Cut”

No One to Tell

by Doug Booth

No One to Tell is a chronology of events recapturing an era when life was good, when we enjoyed the work we did, when five o’clock meant the day was done, time to party, not answering your phone in stalled traffic because your thirty-something boss hasn’t finished impressing himself. The 70s.

Then into the 80s when women still strived to be ladies, which made being a gentleman somewhat requisite; then into the 90s when Casual Friday transmuted us into androgynous mutants.
The 00’s invasive technology made us afraid of losing our jobs. Happy Hour became a relic of the past, disappearing along with glamour and self-respect.
Now, open a door for a woman, she’s as likely to give you the finger as a thank-you. Pull out her chair, she’s more likely to believe that’s where you’re sitting and not care.

All real citations of Albert Einstein

by yuva mehdi

This Ebook contains all citations that Albert Einstein said in his life with proof and citations of great people about him.

The Life and Prayers of Mother Teresa

by Wyatt North

One part biography, one part prayer book, The Life and Prayers of Mother Teresa is an essential for any Christian.

Mother Teresa wanted to do “something beautiful for God.” At the time of her death in 1997, there were nearly 4,000 Missionaries of Charity Sisters established in 610 houses in 123 countries. The congregation did not cease growing with her death. Today, there are more than 5,000 Sisters. The work continues to thrive as the network of Missionaries of Charity continues to operate centers in countries throughout the world.

In 1985, Mother Teresa was invited to address the United Nations General Assembly. On that occasion, the Secretary General of the United Nations, Javier Pérez de Cuéllar, called her “the most powerful woman in the world.”

At the end of 1999, two years after Mother Teresa’s death, Gallup published a poll of America’s most widely admired people of the 20th century. Mother Teresa topped the list, ahead of such luminaries as Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr., Helen Keller, Winston Churchill, and Albert Einstein.

The Life and Times of Little P

by Andre Jacobs

Peggy Barnes was born under the sodden clouds and coal-smog of the English Black Country, during the depression. Her penniless family immigrated to Cape Town, when she was nine. She blossomed into a beauty, rambling in the sun-drenched and heather-scented Cape Mountains. She married a war hero, and learned to love his rustic Afrikaans family. For half a century, she was in the turmoil of parliamentary opposition to the apartheid government. As a white liberal, she represented a species of humanity which is now extinct in South Africa, so her inimitable personality encapsulated a unique era.

Sedona: Beautiful Woman, Beautiful Town

by Julie McDonald

Sedona, Arizona, one of the most beautiful towns on the planet. A destination known the world over. How did it come to be called Sedona? In this short eBook, a 20-30 minute read, learn about the Schnebly family who came to build a life in the Arizona Territory in the early 1900’s. Sedona, Arizona is a beautiful town. Equally beautiful is the woman it was named for, Sedona Schnebly.

History’s Greatest Conquerors: Napoleon Bonaparte (World’s Conquerors Book 2)

by Walter J. Scott

Napoleon Bonaparte was a man of unique distinction, the kind that only comes once every few centuries. In fact, he was so unique that his lasting legacy is still debated to this very day.

This book provides a concise and proper portrait of Napoleon Bonaparte’s character and career. Napoleon as he was-not saint, not sinner, but a man dedicated to and ultimately devoured by his vision of himself, his empire, and his world. In the aftermath of the French Revolution, France was in a state of division and anarchy, and in desperate need of a leader.
This book endeavors to examine his entire life, history that have made him such a compelling figure in the nearly 200 years since his death and balancing the different aspects of his character. It also presents the true stories and struggles faced by Napoleon Bonaparte. The lens of historical retrospect is a powerful one, and it has created varying viewpoints of many historical figures. But perhaps there has never been a legacy quite as eclectic as Napoleon’s. Napoleon could write lengthy treatises on the rights of man while holding his own in firefights that mowed down millions.

This Is What You Will Discover Inside:
�Napoleon at Artillery School
�Setting out to Conquer the World
â?Napoleon’s Middle Eastern Odyssey
�The Napoleonic Code
â?Napoleon’s Showdown with Britain
�Conquering Continental Europe
�Facing Million to One Odds
â?Napoleon’s Home Defense
�The Last Days of Napoleon Bonaparte

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When it comes to determining the character of Napoleon Bonaparte, no matter what you may have heard or read, you really have to decide for yourself. If you’re looking for his strategy in warfare, works on his political maneuverings, or fictionalized takes on his life, this book allows you to do that.

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The Dating Game Killer: Life of Serial Killer Rodney James Alcala (Serial Killers Book 17)

by Jack Smith

Discover the story of the Dating Game Killer, Rodney James Alcala, a serial murderer like no others. This true crime case will leave you speechlessâ?¦

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Serial killers seem to be everywhere. There is no state in the US without at least one. There are few countries in the world that haven’t had a serial killer in their midst. We continue to be fascinated by them, what drives them, how can we protect ourselves, and our loved ones against them?

This is the true story of one American serial killer who has gained worldwide notoriety. His story is one of clever manipulation, preying on the young and innocent, and the ability to charm almost everyone he met. He was even the winning contestant on a 1970’s game show that gave him his moniker.

Behind his outward appearance and his glib tongue, however, lurked an evil that no one suspected. He was able to talk his way out of prison more than once, traveling around the country freely, changing his name to avoid discovery.

Finally, once caught, his story continues for years as he tries to gain release from prison and the multiple death penalties still hanging over his head.

Rodney Alcala is a dangerous, delusional man who should never be allowed to leave his prison. Perhaps his story will be a cautionary tale for others out there who need help but never quite seem to get it.

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