Category Archives: Nonfiction

Red Notice: A true story of high finance, murder, and one man’s fight for justice by Bill Browder

Red Notice is a true story of one man’s fight with the Russian government.  Bill Browder was young, ambitious and fresh-out-of-college when he entered the financial market in 1989. Because of his interest in his family’s history, he declares to …

Coming Clean by Kimberly Rae Miller

Amy B.    March 13, 2018    Comments Off on Coming Clean by Kimberly Rae Miller

Kimberly Rae Miller grew up in almost unimaginable squalor, complete with rats, fleas, and unusable kitchens and bathrooms. The author’s parents couldn’t help themselves; their homes were overrun with her hoarder father’s “papers” and junk and her depressed mother’s unnecessary, …

Once We Were Sisters by Sheila Kohler

Amy B.    February 27, 2018    Comments Off on Once We Were Sisters by Sheila Kohler

As the daughters of a wealthy timber merchant, author Sheila Kohler and her sister Maxine grow up as the most privileged of the privileged in apartheid-era South Africa. They are expected to make suitable matches and be perfect wives to …

American Fire by Monica Hesse

Amy B.    February 13, 2018    Comments Off on American Fire by Monica Hesse

.American Fire is the story of two damaged people–Charlie, a felon and former drug user and Tonya, a single mother–who meet, fall in love, and, for complicated reasons, set fires in abandoned buildings along the eastern Virginia coast. Their story …