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'Tis
 -by Frank McCourt

'Tis is the story of Frank's American journey from impoverished immigrant with rotten teeth, infected eyes and no formal educat... Read More

   
12 Years a Slave
 -by Solomon Northup

Kidnapped into slavery in 1841, Northup spent 12 years in captivity. This autobiographical memoir represents an exceptionally d... Read More

   
A Beautiful Mind
 -by Sylvia Nasar

At twenty-one, John Nash was a brilliant and highly eccentric mathematician at Princeton University when he invented game theor... Read More

   
A Bridge Through Time
 -by Laila Abou Saif

Abou-Saif tells how she overcame centuries of Arab discrimination against women to become Egypt's first female stage director a... Read More

   
A Child Widow's Story
 -by Monica Felton

“It was a hot afternoon in May in 1961 when I went there for the first time, and the bougainvilleas which climbed over th... Read More

   
A Country Called Childhood : A Memoir
 -by Deepti Naval

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A Mighty Heart
 -by Mariane Pearl

When Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl was kidnapped by terrorists in Pakistan in 2002, his very pregnant wife, Mariane... Read More

   
A Million Little Pieces
 -by James Frey

A Million Little Pieces is a semi-fictional memoir by James Frey. It tells the story of a 23-year-old alcoholic and dr... Read More

   
A Prison Diary
 -by Jeffrey Archer

Jeffrey Archer was sentenced to four years' imprisonment at 12.07pm on Thursday 19th July 2001. Within six hours, Prisoner FF82... Read More



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