This book is a mini bio of a purported female serial killer/black widow from over 110 years ago. It is a very well researched second and third hand account of the dastardly life of Norwegian immigrant Brynhild “Belle” Gunness. She lured lonely men to her “murder farm” and butchered them partially for their insurance money but mostly for sheer pleasure.The book pulls together accounts (sometimes very dry) of court documents and personal remembrances that paint a picture of what “might have happened”. There are photographs of Belle herself, dead husbands. missing farm help, newspaper clippings and little animated vignettes. That is the Kindle in Motion part.
This book can be read on any device, including Kindle E-readers. Kindle in Motion books include art, animation, or video features that can be viewed on certain Fire tablets and the free Kindle app for iOS and Android. You can switch features on or off at any time.
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This is the inspiring true story of Drew Brees’ life, including being injured and having a comeback in professional football. It involved a lot of courage and stamina on Brees’ part as he faced challenges throughout his life, including a lengthy physical rehabilitation. The book tells of the ups and downs, laughter and tears, victories and defeats of his life. Very interesting read for sports fans, and terrific read for teens whether they follow him or not.
When Donald Davis got a mistaken phone call of the death of his father he realized there was a thousand questions he never asked and even more stories he never heard. There was a great deal of things he didn’t know. The mistake changed his life and his outlook of what is important.
This book is a well researched account of everyone’s favorite “villain” Nellie Oleson. The Three Faces of Nellie explores one of the main characters from the Little House books by presenting the three real life people that made up the fictional character.
Caroline Fraser take a new and comprehensive look at the life of Laura Ingalls Wilder. Millions have read the Little House on the Prairie books and watched the television show, but this book goes further into her life and her marriage. The author went into unpublished manuscripts, letters, diaries, and land and financial records. She fills in the gaps in Laura’s life and her relationship with her daughter, Rose Wilder Lane and her marriage to Almanzo. She also digs into the beliefs that Rose actually wrote the books.
More than eighty years after it was written, fans of the Little House books finally have an opportunity to read Laura Ingalls Wilder’s autobiography, on which the popular series was based. In a heavily annotated edition, with maps and appendices that enrich the text, here are her memories of her family and their pioneer life from 1869 to 1888 in Wisconsin, Minnesota, and the Dakota Territory.
Pioneer Girl was intended for adult readers. She had written for the St. Louis Star Farmer and the Missouri Ruralist, but that writing had generally been about farming and the rural lifestyle. After her parents and her older sister passed away, Laura began, at age 63, to devote herself to writing the family’s experiences in the raw American West. This she did in pencil in six tablets that are transcribed and lightly edited for this edition.
Pioneer Girl tells the story of Laura’s growing up years, from age two to eighteen. Taken by itself, without the annotations, it reads as a rough first draft, with all the immediacy that goes with getting memories down on paper quickly. It is fascinating to hear the Little House anecdotes told from an adult perspective, and to confirm the realities of pioneer life. Laura’s voice feels genuine, and the asides to her daughter make it clear that one of her goals was to preserve familiar stories that were part of the family’s legacy. The other object was to get the book published, in part because Laura had writing ambitions, but probably more because the Wilders desperately needed money, both parents and daughter having lost their savings in the economic collapse at the beginning of the Great Depression.
Kyle Busch that fans love him or hate him. There seems to be no middle ground. Most of the haters fell that way because he wins and steals their driver’s thunder. What most people don’t know is that Kyle is one of the most generous drivers in NASCAR. Kyle and Samantha Busch run a foundation to help underprivileged kids, in addition to volunteering time to assist charities run by other NASCAR drivers. Many are not aware of The Kyle & Samantha Busch Bundle of Joy Fund, a monetary award for in-need families struggling with infertility. These funds will assist with the costs associated with infertility treatment