Free biographies and memoirs Kindle books for 06 Mar 19

Samantha Scott : Beauty Queen Killer: A Collection of True Crime

by Dale Crowell

A collection of True Crime stories:
Andrea Claire aka Samantha Scott was a former actress, appearing in MASH, Bewitched as well as appearing in Playboy magazine. After four failed marriages, she married an older man in Robert Sand, a wealth businessman. She claimed to have suffered sexual abuse during this marriage and stabbed Sand 27 times in 1981. In 1982, she married for a sixth time, but then attempted to kill her new husband before being arrested and sentenced to 26 years to life in prison.

Chris Watts, Shanann Watts Facebook Video Clues: Adultery, Emotional Abuse, Debt, Verbal Rage, MLM Money Madness, Bankruptcy, Social Media Fakery, Sickness – Why Did Murders Happen?

by Paris David

CHAPTER 1: Missing Pregnant Mom and Girls Become the Controversial Murder Plea Deal of the Century
CHAPTER 2: Sympathy for the devil? The surprising twist in Shanann’s Facebook videos, photos
CHAPTER 3: Before Thrive, Shanann meets Chris on August 10, 2010 – He films famous relationship advice YouTube video on April 22, 2012
CHAPTER 4: Shanann’s “dummy” boyfriend, bad memory, and eventual blog about first baby Bella – The 2010 to 2013 years
CHAPTER 5: Is Chris Watts the male Andrea Yates children killer?
CHAPTER 6: Keeping up with the Watts – $70,000 of debt in 2015, and Chapter 7 bankruptcy
CHAPTER 7: Rare! The first known Facebook video of Chris and Shanann Watts – Couple helps Bella walk in 2015
CHAPTER 8: The Le-Vel “Thrive Experience” became the center of Shanann’s life on January 26, 2016
CHAPTER 9: Shanann Watts to Chris Watts in August 2016, “I don’t want a video of you.”
CHAPTER 10: Shanann Watts on Chris Watts, “He’s going to kill me.”
CHAPTER 11: Shining like Shanann into September 2016 – Sickness, Super Momming and Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy Conspiracy Theory Seedlings
CHAPTER 12: The New Orleans trip in October 2016, mystery of the missing “Chris Lee Watts” Facebook account – Cindy Watts wrote, “You needed this.”
“Come closer, honey”
CHAPTER 13: Was Shanann searching for will information for a woman in October 2016? Clues from Bella…
CHAPTER 14: Bella goes live on Facebook on October 30, 2016 – Was the dog in trouble? Who is getting yelled at?
CHAPTER 15: Shady Past is Prologue, Dim Future – Shanann Watts brought $25,000 cash to closing, Chris Watts developed steroids rage?
CHAPTER 16: December 2016 – Nearly one year of Thrivin’ features sick kids, incessant Facebook posting
CHAPTER 17: Shanann and Chris Watts in 2017 – The year before the murders
CHAPTER 18: The Punta Cana trip began on January 31, 2017
CHAPTER 19: After Punta Cana trip – A little Le-Vel and Thrive talk and lots of family stuff in February, March, April 2017 and beyond
CHAPTER 20: The controversial water-spraying video on April 24, 2017
CHAPTER 21: The Dallas Trip on April 28, 2017 – Did Chris Watts choose to stay home?
CHAPTER 22: Moving on to May 2017 – Dieter’s birthday, Daddy’s Thrivin’, the room is spinning
CHAPTER 23: June arrives, Metallica “Creeping Death” concert, storms – Shanann starts her Fasciablaster “Heart Butt challenge”
CHAPTER 24: The Toronto trip – Chris Watts isn’t there, but another Chris is mingling with Thrivers and Shanann Watts
CHAPTER 25: July 2017 – Here begins the last full year of Shanann Watts and the girls’ lives
CHAPTER 26: August 2017: The Facebook live videos decrease one year before the murders
CHAPTER 27: “Turn the camera around.” Chris claps back at Shanann in September 2017 – She has neck surgery
CHAPTER 28: The October 2017 trip to Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
CHAPTER 29: November 2017 arrives, Chris and Shanann reach 5th wedding anniversary – their last
CHAPTER 30: The December 2017 chill: “Chris, don’t interrupt me.” Was Shanann angry over Chris’ adultery? Another death prediction: “Chris may kill me for this picture but it’s ok.”
CHAPTER 31: Christmas Eve 2017 – “My husband’s a genius. Doesn’t listen.” Chris Watts plays Santa, forgets his phone, girls cry, garage warning sounds
CHAPTER 32: The Year of the Murders – Here’s 2018
CHAPTER 33: February 2018 – Six and one-half months before the murders
CHAPTER 34: Marching into March 2018: 5.5 Months Before Murders
CHAPTER 35: Already in April 2018 – 4.5 Months before Murders
CHAPTER 36: May 2018 – The Month of Nico Lee’s Creation
CHAPTER 37: Time for June 2018 – Hail storms, a tornado, pregnancy announcement and Chris misses Nico Lee’s first ultrasound 2.5 months before murders
CHAPTER 38: July 2018 – The month before the murders…

Oh, Nurse!: One Manâ??s Journey Through the Nursing Life, a Personal Account of the Highs and Lows

by David Daniels

You think hospitals are full of calm competent professionals? You’re about to get a true behind-the-scenes look at exactly what it’s like to be a nurse. (And a male nurse, at that!)

Oh, Nurse! is David Daniels’s first-hand account of his experiences as a nurse, offering personal anecdotes to peel open the curtain to unveil the secrets of the nursing life. Following Daniels over the course of his 30-year career, this book helps the reader discover the hidden truths of medical professionals, both good and not so good, and it even describes specific instances where he either succeeds or fails to help particular patients.

This book will show you:

  • The good, bad, and ugly everyday life of a nurse.
  • The nuances of being a male in a female-dominated profession.
  • What it takes to be successful in the medical field.
  • Hidden truths of medical professionals from dirty secrets in the break room to losing the motivation to help patients.

With its memoir structure, Oh, Nurse! brings the nursing profession to life. As David Daniels finds the strength to overcome his own hurdles, he also manages to help his patients find joy and hope in the grimmest of situations. And with this tell-all book, he aims to do the same for you.

God | Coffee | Clients: Consulting Businesses & Making My First 100k

by John Kerry

Today, we are going to have a lifestyle of Financial Freedom by changing our mindset and our financial decisions. God | Coffee | Clients author John R Kerry paints a beautiful picture of overcoming obstacles and developing a financial strategy that Entrepreneurs, Business Owners, and anybody seeking financial success. John R Kerry’s journey is both inspiring and motivational.

Maxims and Reflections

by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

Maxims and Reflections is a collection of several hundred brilliant, unforgettable paragraphs and aphorisms by the legendary German Renaissance writer Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, divided into the categories Life and Character, Literature and Art, Science and Nature. Like the Manual of Epictetus and Seneca’s Letters, Goethe’s Maxims and Reflections is a timeless guide to navigating the mysteries of existence.

The Cry of the Sacrificed Prey

by Joshca Rodyavic

This is a true Story of human sacrifices and destinies which were caused by certain Gods and Masters and Their Spirit World. The names and locations of events have been changed. This story will explain a lot about Those Gods and Masters and Their apocalyptic Age (2006-2017), and also Their connection to ISIS. The main character, Kaylah, had discovered terrible, sad facts about the Gods and Masters and Their Spirit World, about Their crimes against people and this world. She investigated Them for over a decade and based her knowledge on her own, personal experiences and all other people´s true, sad stories as well.

There´s a lot deep probing about those harmful, dangerous events and issues about Those Gods & Masters. All those fatal sacrifices and attacks by Those Gods & Masters lasted over 11,5 years, through this whole latest Apocalyptic Age. Those years felt like Eternity in the worst Hell, by causing terrible rumours, suspects, threats and dangers to Kaylah and her soulmate, Radek. This Story describes you how desperate their situation was. So, this is kind of a short biography, a true life Story of touching human destinies! This story is partly, a bit fictional, just to get this story to be a little smoother and narrative, because of its hard issues, however all the handled issues are true.

This book is dedicated to all victims of All Those Gods & Masters and ISIS. The victims´ honour we´ll all respect and glorify! The Gods´ and Masters´ clever setups and attacks towards this world and its innocent people cost real human lives, the suffering of the victims will never be cured. Those sad, tragical events were proven and documented all around the world.

This is a story which really needs to be told to the people. As a warning to them, so that they´d be safe by the information given here, in case they´d ever be attacked. There is also a warning needed: this scripture contains hard, difficult issues, which might not be suitable for sensitive people.

This is one of the sad, true stories of desperation and human destinies, which has to be noticed before this world is in danger and we´re all drowning in mysterious, Divine Lies!

10 Seconds That Changed My Life

by Iain M. MacLeod

Imagine a simple thing like a round stone underfoot or an unnoticed overhead danger, and how quickly life can take a dramatic turn. For Iain MacLeod, it was a slippery mattress cover. “Billions of people get out of bed every day without any problem, but when I got out of bed that day, it went horribly wrong,” says MacLeod, a Scotsman with Cerebral Palsy. “I was disabled and wheelchair-bound before the accident, but I lived independently, owned my own home, and enjoyed long drives in my adapted cars. After that fateful morning, my life changed forever.” Iain has a deep understanding of what it means to live with CP, yet even as he navigated the various stages following his accident, from hospital stays to semi-recovery, he found deep gratitude and solace in his fellow patients, caretakers and the beauty of the Scottish countryside, which inspired his original poems interspersed throughout the book. His memoir draws us into the experience of those who live with a physical disability, and it speaks to the challenges they must overcome on a daily basis. Iain MacLeod’s strength of character and fortitude shine through every page of 10 Seconds That Changed My Life as he copes with a life-altering event. Step into his world and dwell within the poetic inspiration of gratitude that comes from accepting life head-on with hope, resilience, and joy despite hardships and setbacks.

The Girl Who Died Today

by Myrthylle Rey

Based on a true story, this memoir follows the journey of a girl with great hopes and dreams to live an abundant life. But in her search for her “happily ever after”, deception comes in and wounds her mind and heart. In the process, DEATH finds her instead. Death to dreams. Death to her marriage. Death to her identity. But, even in death, she discovers that it is not the end. For only in dying was she able to experience the power of a Divine exchange that awakened her to a resurrected life.

Getting to Maybe Not: Memoirs of a Young Lawyer Searching for Bearable Mediocrity in Delaware

by Phillip Faulkner

Follow my tumultuous and often amusing journey as I struggle to find fulfillment as an associate in regional Biglaw firms in the corporate law capital of America, Wilmington, Delaware. As if that’s not enough, take a similar ride through my personal and dating life as I try to find happiness and companionship in Delaware and, eventually, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. From work lunches at Govatos, to guys’ nights out at The Plough & the Stars, to chance meetings at Field House and even the sweet comforts of the Red Roof Inn, I end up discovering what true companionship is and what being a lawyer means to me after all. At the end of the day, being true to myself takes me to exactly where I need to be. This is the story of 5.5 years of my life and career as I lived it.

The Murderous Madam: The True Story of Dollie Wiley of Prescott, Arizona

by Julie McDonald

It’s not easy turning a serial killer into a humorous story, but I think
I have done a good job in this VERY short, about a 15 minute read,
story. I know when I present The Murderous Madam at speaking
engagements, my audience is howling! Dollie Wiley was known to collect two things, husbands and diamonds. Diamonds worked out well, husbands didn’t. As a prostitute and madam, the diamonds were her safety net. Dollie married quickly and frequently, because her husbands died quickly and frequently. Why bother with a prolonged and messy divorce when a pistol or rat poison is within easy reach?

Killer Gold Digger Molly Corbett: A collection of True Crime

by Ana Benton

Some criminal cases truly divide the public, and the murder of a wealthy Irish businessman Jason Corbett was certainly one of them. He was viciously killed by his second wife Molly Corbett and her father Thomas. Even though the killers claimed that it was self-defense because Jason tried to strangle Molly, the evidence spoke a different story. It was clearly a planned killing that had a different goal – securing Molly with the life insurance money and gaining the custody of Jason’s children. She met Jason while she worked as an au pair and got very attached to the youngsters.
The police conducted a thorough investigation that shocked everyone involved. It was clear that the murder was personal and that Molly got rid of Jason in a most horrific way because he wanted to leave her and move back to Ireland. She couldn’t allow that to happen and she probably asked her father, a retired FBI agent to help her get Jason out of the picture so she could continue to live a lavish life in a large mansion located inside of a gated community. It is unclear if Molly had any psychological issues at the time of the slaying, but she was diagnosed with bipolar depression in the past which could explain her erratic behavior that cost this innocent man his life.

CELEBRATE: Our Life of Adventure and Joy

by Lana and Ed Bethune

This is an eBook version of the 79-page paperback booklets we gave out as favors to friends who came to our 60th wedding anniversary celebration at the Governor’s Mansion in Little Rock, Arkansas on January 24, 2019. In it, we retell the story of our unsuccessful attempt to sail across the Atlantic Ocean in a 31-foot sloop in 1990. Our dramatic rescue by the Coast Guard on the third day of an unexpected storm, 200 miles southeast of Nantucket Island, is but one of the adventures we have shared during our long marriage. We also tell about renewing our vows, all alone, on our 50th anniversary, and the thoughts we had as we prepared to renew our vows in a very public way on our 60th anniversary. Finally, we reveal the secrets of our long marriage and write of how we struggled to rise above man’s eternal quest for mere happiness, seeking instead a life of shared adventure and joy.

Foreigner In My Own Backyard: A Satirical Memoir

by Travis Casey

A family crisis brings Travis Casey back to the land he used to call home after living in England for the past two decades. His parents need him – not as a carer as he expected, but as someone to drive them from Florida back to their home in Minnesota. Just as well; he’s not a caring person, but he is a damn good driver.

But the country is not how he left itâ?¦

Casey uses his own brand of humor to explore what has changed in America since he lived there – that’s when he’s not recounting the chaos that occurs as he attempts to reestablish himself as an American. He discovers that entering the United States with his British wife is more difficult than he had anticipated.

A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.
–Chinese Proverb
A journey of seven thousand miles begins with a trip to the US Embassy
— Travis Casey Experience

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The Strap: An incident in a one-room schoolhouse in 1934.

by Roland MacInnis

At the age of 92, Don Rudderham recalled an incident that occurred in a one room schoolhouse in Point Edward, Cape Breton in 1934. This short story is based on Don’s recollection. Some literary licence has been exercised and to the extent possible, privacy has been protected.


by Garth Ravenhill

Being diagnosed with a progressive disease is scary and life changing stuff. In the author’s case it was “Parkinson’s Disease” that the neurologist diagnosed him with as he was stood in the consulting room in his thread bare underwear.

What do you do next? Who do you tell? How do you cope with it? Can I still work? Do I tell my loved one’s and friends? What do I tell them?

“Walking in Sand” is a moving, funny and practical story for all those affected by progressive diseases, especially Parkinson’s disease.
This short book is suitable for those who have been diagnosed with any sort of disease, for families of diagnosed patients and for health care professionals – so that they can really understand what makes some of their patient’s tick.
Its short, easy and quick to read, sad but with a smile.
“Walking In sand” won’t change your diagnosis but it may help fellow Parkinson’s patients know they are not alone.

Grab You Some Lemons: Make The Best out of Life’s Sour Moments

by Damien Marcus Williams

Damien’s memoir reveals the profound trajectory of a young man who has been birthed into purpose. The biblical anecdotes, personal account, testimonials and quotes are all combined meticulously to make this an enthralling and authentic piece. â??Grab You Some Lemons’ , written in the first person narrative, pulls the reader into the world of the narrator so that the experience becomes both personal and universal at the same time. The universality of the memoir is enshrined in the deep lessons it reveals about life, resilience and suffering. The memoir further promulgates penetrating philosophical reflections and leads the reader to question the authenticity of accepted truths and challenges his or her understanding of self.

Rescued By The Enemy: My Battle for Survival: A tale of three miracles

by Thomas Pickering

How Tom Pickering survived a plane crash and nearly five years in WW2 German POW camps. To survive a ‘plane crash was one miracle. To survive four hours in the freezing North Sea and remain conscious was another. To be spotted and rescued by a German ship was another. Clearly, someone up there didn’t want Tom to die.

Alfonso Cuaron: What Makes him the 2019-Oscar Star?: The 91st Academy Award Event Star’s Brief Journey!

by Praveen Patil

Alfonso Cuaron shined like a jewel amongst the star-studded Oscar Award 2019 event. Not because he won a prestigious Oscar award. But precisely he won more than a couple of them in different categories, a strictly rare situation in the history of the Academy Awards since its inception. The 91st Academy Award held in February 2019 was different as it saw a Foreign director set records for the industry to follow. This book delineates the roller-coaster journey of arguably one of the best filmmakers of our time.

An Angel Unaware: Our lives with six Elkhounds, A memoir and story of an extraordinary mutual rescue

by David Cockerline

An Angel Unaware is a memoir of my reluctant, but transforming experience with Norwegian Elkhounds. It spans 30 years, four New England states, our owner built house, an 18th century home rehab and a 19th century house project in Down East Maine. It recounts moments in our lives of sailing, cycling and dog showing, as well as the usual adversity that tends to come one’s way! Most of this played out in the presence of our six Elkhounds, who were a constant and a witness to our various interactions with life. Central to the memoir is the rescue of a funny, dirty, little brown dog, who much to my surprise, turned out to be an Elkhound! He outlived the average Elkhound by many years, living successfully into his 20s. For a dog who seemingly arrived as a problem to be solved, he became a rescue to me, a balancing element in our lives and the fixer of many of the difficult situations that came our way, There was nothing coincidental or even serendipitous about his arrival, but it took me quite some time to admit it!

What Could Possibly Go Wrong?

by Leonard Stegmann

Welcome to Leonard Stegmann’s 22nd book, and the first since his near death last June. And no, this book is not about all that. Still, can you imagine what kind of gloomy and desolate world it would be if we were left with no new Stegmann books? Who would we have to bitch about the high price of blueberries? Or rude women at the nude beach? Or people who hog those massage chairs at the mall? Nobody, that’s who. A world without Leonard Stegmann? It really makes you stop and think, huh?

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by АлександÑ? Ð?иÑ?айловиÑ? СкабиÑ?евский

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by АлександÑ? Ð?иÑ?айловиÑ? СкабиÑ?евский

Ð?емÑ?аÑ?Ñ? АлександÑ?а Ð?иÑ?айловиÑ?а СкабиÑ?евского (1838â??1910), впеÑ?вÑ?е опÑ?бликованнÑ?е в 1907 годÑ?.

Killer Nurse Kimberly Saenz

by James Falcon

Kimberly Clark Saenz was a nurse. Almost ten years ago now, in 2008, she worked in a clinic called the DaVita Lufkin Dialysis Center. The clinic was- and still is- in Lufkin, a small blue collar city in East Texas of around 33,000 souls. But rather than care for her patients, she decided to kill. Because of a home life fraught with difficulties- she and her husband has fought, he had filed for divorce, and even taken out a restraining order against her- Kimberly’s unrestrained and misdirected anger was taken out on her patients. And this was just the latest in a long list of healthcare jobs that Kimberly had held, after a spate of firings for various misdemeanours.
Even though she worked in a dialysis center, where there is normally little to cause complications and death, the number of patients dying on her watch alerted and disturbed other hospital staff. Even so, it took far too long for her managers and the authorities to find out what she had been doing. When, to their horror, they uncovered her crimes, Kimberly became national news.

Kindle Authorship: You Can Create A Living Legacy !! (New Author Series Book 2)

by Kathy Henn

Please note that when I retired I took the old bumper sticker , “We Are Spending Our Kids Inheritance” and ran with it.I traveled as you will see in my books in the Budget Family Travel Series several times to Orlando Theme Parks and on 10 cruises. Yes, I blew through my 401k and IRA and Roth IRA and it was a blast. So in reality where is my legacy for future generations? This book will show you how I recently realized that investing in the future is possible without having any cash to invest. Start your part time career to create a legacy by becoming a Kindle Author ! You can even have a little part time income Now! Click the Borrow or Buy button now and start a Living Legacy for your family by writing books that will outlive you.

American Sniper United States Navy SEAL : Quotes from Christopher Scott Chris Kyle (April 8, 1974 â?? February 2, 2013) (American Snipers Chris Kyle)

by Frank Thompson

Christopher Scott “Chris” Kyle (April 8, 1974 â?? February 2, 2013) was a United States Navy SEAL and the most lethal sniper in U.S. military history with 160 confirmed kills. Kyle served four tours in the Iraq War and was awarded several commendations for acts of heroism and meritorious service in combat. He received two Silver Star Medals, five Bronze Star Medals, one Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal, two Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medals and numerous other unit and personal awards.

Tourist Trap: Oba Chandler & The Murder of the Rogers Family

by Fred Shrum

On June 4, 1989, the bodies of Joan, Michelle and Christe Rogers were found floating in the serene waters of Tampa Bay. They were stripped below the waist, bound, and tied to concrete blocks. How could such a tragedy strike in paradise?

Behind Iron Curtains of Soviet totalitarian state

by Samuel Greenberg

Everyday life of Soviet people based on personal story of my friend’s family

This book is based on the personal history of four generations of my friend’s family in 74 years of Soviet totalitarian rule. It shows all the periods of the bloody Soviet history, beginning with the “Great October Socialist Revolution” of 1917, and step by step introduces you to all the main events of the Soviet Union until its collapse in 1991. All the stories and facts in this book are real. After reading this book, you will see the everyday life of ordinary Soviet people behind the iron curtains of the Soviet Union. You will get a better understanding of today’s Russian politics, values â??â??and reality.

What is inside the book?

The everyday life of ordinary Soviet people in the former USSR against the background of world and Soviet historical events: the Soviet way of life, childhood, education, work, study, military service in the Rocket Forces, raising children, sexual life and prostitution in the Soviet Union, entertainment and leisure, Soviet propaganda and ideology, political ambitions of Soviet leaders to expand communist influence in other countries, which led to World War II, the Cold War, Korea, Vietnam, Afghanistan, Congo, Nicaragua and other military conflicts and many other facts as it was in the former USSR.

This is brief but comprehensive and real history of evil state – “The Soviet Union”

Readers will see how the leaders of the Communists exterminated their citizens during the Civil War, the Ukrainian famine, forced collectivization and Stalinist repression against the Soviet people. The book shows all sides of the Soviet reality: political education, starting from kindergarten, lack of food and goods, state anti-Semitism, control of the life of Soviet people by the KGB and the police, restrictions on places of residence, hard labor and poor wages and pensions of ordinary Soviet people, regular queues for goods and food, the movement of dissidents and much more.

Target audience

This book is written for anyone who wants to know how Soviet people lived their daily lives in the former USSR

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You will not need to visit North Korea to see how people survive in the last totalitarian country in the world, built similar to the former Soviet Union.

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