Biography/Autobiography/Memoir

Reviews on biographies, autobiographies and memoirs.

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    Captivating

    Special characters in a cloak of memories

    Moving memoir

    Not "warm and fuzzy" but brutally honest

    Interesting biography

    Raw, honest, coming-of-age memoir

    Very enjoyable

    Fascinating read

    If you are looking for an exploratory journey into the many dimensions of gray, look no further than “Black, White, and Gray All Over: A Black Man’s Odyssey in Life and Law Enforcement” by Frederick Douglass Reynolds. The author goes beyond the dichotomy of good and evil – from within an individual, institution, or community – to investigate this precarious and uncomfortable in-between state.

    A memoir of first love

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