Tag: memoir

Crisis of Character: A White House Secret Service Officer Discloses His Firsthand Experience with Hillary, Bill, and How They Operate

by Gary J. Byrne Want a chilling read about the slow decline of America? This is a great place to start. Gary J. Byrne was an Oval Office Secret Service Officer and saw much of what happened behind the scenes during the George Bush… Continue Reading “Crisis of Character: A White House Secret Service Officer Discloses His Firsthand Experience with Hillary, Bill, and How They Operate”

The Polygamist’s Daughter

by Anna LeBaron/with Leslie Wilson (link in pic) Ervil LeBaron was one of the most famous Mormon fundamentalist leaders. He was a self-proclaimed prophet that thought he was a god. He was imprisoned for the blood atonement killings that were done in the name of… Continue Reading “The Polygamist’s Daughter”

Greater Than Gold: From Olympic Heartbreak to Ultimate Redemption

by David Boudia with Tim Ellsworth Wow! Remember this guy?? You know, the awesome, American Olympic Diver that has won a bunch of medals??? Well, if you missed seeing him in the last few Olympics, you can get caught up with this great read.… Continue Reading “Greater Than Gold: From Olympic Heartbreak to Ultimate Redemption”

Code Name: Papa

by John Murray, Sharon Murray and Abby Jones So…when’s the last time you read a book that makes you wonder if someone is going to hunt you down for knowing what’s in it? Ask me! The answer is: JUST NOW!!!!!! Dude, you want to… Continue Reading “Code Name: Papa”

‘Til We Meet Again

by Ray and Betty Whipps There are, TRULY, no words for this book. You must take the time to pick this up and read it. Wow. Ray and Betty Whipps are true American heroes. When WWII started up, both jumped in to do their… Continue Reading “‘Til We Meet Again”

The Tank Man’s Son

by Mark Bouman with D.R. Jacobsen “You intended to harm me, but God intended it for good to accomplish what is now being done, the saving of many lives.” Genesis 50:20 A promise that Mark was able to cling to when, as an adult,… Continue Reading “The Tank Man’s Son”