Leah Fitzgerald

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Windfall: The Prairie Woman Who Lost Her Way and the Great-Granddaughter Who Found Her

This book will appeal to readers who enjoy detailed political history books and those looking to learn a little more about the history of little discussed aspects of the Midwest.

The Fight for Privacy: Protecting Dignity, Identity, and Love in the Digital Age

Anyone who is deeply involved with using the internet in any form should pick up this book. It is important for everyone to understand how intimate privacy violations affect its victims and why the fight to make a change needs to happen as people continue to live their lives online.
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All That Is Wicked: A Gilded-Age Story of Murder and the Race To Decode the Criminal Mind

With every twist it takes, this true-crime tale remains riveting to the very end.
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The Godmother: Murder, Vengeance, and the Bloody Struggle of Mafia Women

Fans of Mafia-related pop culture and history will enjoy Nadeau’s book, even as it overturns everything we thought we knew about the Mafia.

I’m Not Broken: A Memoir

A raw, emotional memoir filled with highs and lows. The inspirational ending gives readers hope when Leon uses his self-will and determination to change and accept the love from those around him.
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With the Devil’s Help: A True Story of Poverty, Mental Illness, and Murder

Readers who are interested in complex family histories like Tara Westover’s Educated will enjoy this book.
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Conversations with the Father: A Memoir About Richard Matheson, My Dad and God

An enjoyable and creative snapshot of an uneasy relationship between father and son.

Deaf Utopia: A Memoir—and a Love Letter to a Way of Life

DiMarco’s memories, told with a true gift of storytelling and filled with his big personality, are funny and enlightening for any reader.
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Cost of Living

Maloney’s nontraditional health care memoir serves as a warning for those who’ve never had to stay in the hospital stay, and sends the message that there is work to be done.
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