Tea, Scones, and Malaria

A memoir of growing up in Africa
By Katlynn Brooke

Tea, Scones, and Malaria: A Memoir of Growing up in Africa by Katlynn Brooke is a delightful look at life in Rhodesia as a white child growing up both before and after the UDI (Unilateral Declaration of Independence). Seen through the eyes of an innocent...

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Guns and Gods in My Genes

A 15,000-mile North American search through four centuries of history, to the Mayflower
By Neill McKee

Guns and Gods in My Genes by Neill McKee is a heartwarming and informative account of a family’s true history and genealogy over the course of generations. The author writes with wit and candor, chronicling interesting, amusing, and fascinating stories from the lives of his...

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Atlantis

The Find of a Lifetime
By Christos A. Djonis

Atlantis: The Find of a Lifetime by Christos A. Djonis explores the archaeological evidence that has been discovered supporting the existence of Atlantis. The book begs the question of whether the civilization was created entirely from Plato's imagination or if it was based upon a...

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Lifelines

The Bowen Love Letters
By Susan Lee Ward

Lifelines: The Bowen Love Letters is a compilation of correspondence from Catherine “Katie” Bowen, Second Lieutenant Isaac Bowen, and a few others between themselves and their family members, chronicling a remarkably well detailed 19th-century life. The handwritten letters have been transcribed to text and arranged...

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Around New Zealand In 14 Days

By Herman and Pamela Odijk

Around New Zealand In 14 Days by Herman and Pamela Odijk is their personal photo journal. They took four two-week Princess Cruises voyages to New Zealand between 2012 and 2015. Brief descriptions accompany many photos, and some are typical of what you would expect. Others,...

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A New Day Dawns

By Terry Lister

A New Day Dawns by Terry Lister is a non-fiction travelogue that follows its author as he explores countries in West Africa, making this the second volume in his Travels With Terry series. The book begins with an introduction to Terry for those of us...

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What Became of the Crow?

The Inside Story of the Greatest Gold Discovery in History
By Robert Moriarty

“How can you have a gold rush without a Mark Twain or Bret Harte or Jack London?” What Became of the Crow? is Robert Moriarty’s engaging inside story of a modern-day gold rush. This saga is worth telling and reading and could well become the...

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A Taste of Australia

Bite-Sized Travels Across a Sunburned Country
By Alistair McGuinness

A Taste of Australia: Bite-Sized Travels Across a Sunburned Country by Alistair McGuinness explores Australia through personal stories that will inspire everyone to embark on their own adventures. The various tales feature significant moments in Alistair's life and how the bond he developed with Australia...

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Travel Mania

Stories of Wanderlust
By Karen Gershowitz

Travel Mania: Stories of Wanderlust by Karen Gershowitz embarks on a personal and enchanting journey through over ninety countries. Karen left home at seventeen and has explored the world in both her career and personal life. Her various travels have been driven by her desire...

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Dream It, Do It ... Why Not?

By Sara Verrall

Stories of ex-pats are popular themes in romantic films and novels. What makes Sara Verrall’s Dream It, Do It ... Why Not? special is that it is a real-life account. This makes it even more interesting than merely romantic. Following your heart often starts with...

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