Priscilla Beaulieu Presley’s and Sandra Harmon’s, ELVIS AND ME; her version of their story.
Isabella Leitner’s, FRAGMENTS OF ISABELLA: A MEMORY OF AUSCHWITZ; transported to a concentration camp to die, the author defied the low chance of survival: “You don’t die of anything except death. Suffering doesn’t kill you. Only death.”
Agatha Christie’s, THE MIRROR CRACK’D FROM SIDE TO SIDE; a dose of poison goes to the wrong person. Miss Marple is called in to investigate.
William Shakespeare’s, MACBETH; murder and avarice abound — around King Duncan.