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320 rue St Jacques Sented by Rebecca

"Madeleine’s diary is unique as she wrote it to record as much as she could about everyday life, people and events so she could use these written traces to rekindle memories later for the family from whom she had been parted.

I'm Your Huckleberry
I'm Your Huckleberry Sented by Steve Bark

In this New York Times bestseller, legendary actor and star of the acclaimed documentary Val shares the stories behind his most beloved roles, reminisces about his star-studded career and love life, and reveals the truth behind his recent health struggles in a remarkably candid autobiography.

Zane_Grey_-_Desert_Gold Sented by Luis

Zane Grey (1872-1939) was an American author best known for his popular adventure novels and stories that were a basis for the Western genre in literature and the arts.

A Pair of Blue Eyes: By Thomas Hardy

A Pair of Blue Eyes by Thomas Hardy describes the love triangle of a young woman, Elfride Swancourt, and her two suitors from very different backgrounds.

Free as in Freedom (2.0)
Free as in Freedom (2.0) Sented by Sarah Gerdes

In 2002, Sam Williams wrote Free as in Freedom, a biography of Richard M. Stallman. In its epilogue, Williams expressed hope that choosing to distribute his book under the GNU Free Documentation License would enable and encourage others to share corrections and their own perspectives through modifications to his work.

Childhood (Tolstoy’s Autobiographical Trilogy Book 1)

"Childhood", Tolstoy’s first published work in 1852, is also the first novel in Leo Tolstoy’s autobiographical trilogy, which also includes Boyhood, and Youth. Published when Tolstoy was twenty-three, the book gained immediate notice among Russian writers including Ivan Turgenev, and heralded the young Tolstoy as a major figure in Russian letters. Childhood is an expressionist exploration of the internal life of a young boy, Nikolenka, and was a new form in Russian writing, mixing fact, fiction and emotions to render the moods and reactions of the narrator.

The Education of Henry Adams
The Education of Henry Adams Sented by Sarah Gerdes

Awarded the Pulitzer Prize for non-fiction in 1919, “The Education of Henry Adams” is the autobiography of Henry Adams, the grandson of President John Quincy Adams, and the great-grandson of President John Adams.

Youth by Lev Nikolayevich Tolstoy: Annotated

Youth (Russian: Юность [Yunost']; 1857) is the third novel in Leo Tolstoy's autobiographical trilogy, following Childhood and Boyhood. It was first published in the popular Russian literary magazine Sovremennik.

The Judge's House: By Bram Stoker

"The Judge's House" is a classic ghost story by the Irish author Bram Stoker. The story was first published in the December 5, 1891, special Christmas issue of the Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News weekly magazine.

The Chamber of Life
The Chamber of Life Sented by Sarah Gerdes

Biographical books, or bios, are detailed descriptions of a person's life. A biography is more than simply the basic facts, like education, work, relationships, and death. It portrays a person's experience of major life events.

The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes
The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes Sented by Steve Bark

Boasting some of Sherlock Holmes's finest adventures, this classic 1894 collection was originally written in serial form. Eleven of the most popular tales of the immortal sleuth include "Silver Blaze," concerning the "curious incident of the dog in the night-time"; "The Greek Interpreter," starring Holmes's even more formidable brother, Mycroft; and "The Final Problem," the detective's notorious confrontation with arch-criminal Moriarty at the Reichenbach Falls.

The Life, Crime, and Capture of John Wilkes Booth

The Life, Crime, and Capture of John Wilkes Booth is an American history classic by George Alfred Townsend. Some very deliberate and extraordinary movements were made by a handsome and extremely well-dressed young man in the city of Washington last Friday. At about half-past eleven o'clock A. M., this person, whose name is J. Wilkes Booth, by profession an actor, and recently engaged in oil speculations, sauntered into Ford's Theater, on Tenth, between E and F streets, and exchanged greetings with the man at the box-office.

Alexandre Dumas: Nisida (Celebrated Crimes, Book 7)

Written by noted French author, Alexandre Dumas, "Nisida" is an essay belonging to his collected title "Celebrated Crimes" which features famous criminals and crimes from European history.

The Marquise de Brinvilliers (Celebrated Crimes Series)

This antiquarian book contains Alexandre Dumas’s historical work, “The Marquise de Brinvilliers”. It was first published as part of his “Celebrated Crimes” series, and tells the fascinating story of the trial and execution and Madame de Brinvilliers, one of the most famous murderers in French history.

La Constantin Celebrated Crimes
La Constantin Celebrated Crimes Sented by Sarah Gerdes

This book has been considered by academicians and scholars of great significance and value to literature.

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