Susan Montgomery

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Muddy People: A Muslim Coming of Age

El Sayed’s coming-of-age memoir about resiliency, family, and identity will delight readers as a study of making sense of a world where rules can often help along the way.

14 Miles: Building the Border Wall

Written in a narrative style, this engaging book will appeal to anyone interested in learning more about who lives along the border and what a wall means to them.

Going Back: How a Former Refugee, Now an Internationally Acclaimed Surgeon, Returned to Iraq To Change the Lives of Injured Soldiers and Civilians

An engaging account of a man who accepts life-altering challenges as opportunities to improve himself and the lives of others, this should prove an enjoyable read for anyone interested in immigration memoirs or medical tales.

Waiting for the Rain: An Iraqi Memoir

An engaging read for poetry, memoir, and art aficionados, especially those with an interest in the Middle East and particularly Iraq.

Sigh, Gone: A Misfit’s Memoir of Great Books, Punk Rock, and the Fight To Fit In

Tran’s engaging prose will connect with readers who ever went through a phase of wishing to fit in, which is pretty much all of us.

Stealing Green Mangoes: Two Brothers, Two Fates, One Indian Childhood

An insightful read about the strength of individuals to overcome adversity, reminding us that while our past and family do contribute to our identity, they do not define who we become.


I Am Yours

Memoir fans will appreciate Zaman's journey.

A Dream Called Home: A Memoir

An engaging read about realizing the American Dream and finding oneself along the way.

Torn from the World: A Guerrilla's Escape from a Secret Prison in Mexico

Gibler does Tecpile justice in sharing his experience eloquently and truthfully. This work will hold wide appeal for anyone interested in social activism, civil rights, and Mexican history.

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