As Ever, Pudd

By Anita Ann Caruso

In As Ever, Pudd, Anita was in a marriage for many years to a man whom she loved dearly and had a family with. They had a good marriage, but when she met Lou, she didn’t realize how much more she could care for a...

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A Killing in Capone's Playground

The True Story of the Hunt for the Most Dangerous Man Alive
By Chriss Lyon

Come visit an era of violent gangsters, corrupt politicians, and honorable policemen as they live their lives in one of the most violent times of the 1920s-1930s Michigan and Illinois states ever experienced, with murders, brutal acts, automobile accidents, speak-easies, bootleggers, and much more. Learn...

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A Girl Lost to the World and Found in the Art of War

By Hailey Dollar

A Girl Lost to the World and Found in the Art of War by Hailey Dollar is the author’s soul-searching story of her struggles, conflicts and her ups and downs in life. The book speaks about the author's constant need to connect with her inner...

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A Salute to Patriotism

The Life and Work of Major General Howard L. Peckham
By Jean Peckham Kavale

A Salute to Patriotism is the story of Howard Peckham, father of the author Jean Peckham Kavale. This is the story of a man who knew, from a young age, exactly what he wanted to do with his life. It is the story of a...

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A Man Down

By Sgt Clyde Hoch

A Man Down was written by Sgt. Clyde Hoch and is the biography of several military heroes. The names may not be familiar to most readers but each of the men lost his life while serving in the military. Ray Ira Haas and the author...

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America's Other Audubon

By Joy M. Kiser

America's Other Audubon by Joy M. Kiser published by Princeton Architectural Press offers details about the history of amateur naturalist Genevieve Jones and her family. Over fifteen years ago, Joy Kiser was a librarian in a small Ohio town when she first saw the book...

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All About Janet

The Story of my Missing Babysitter
By Forrest Canutt

More than 50 years ago, a 12-year-old girl was brutally raped, abused, killed, and buried in a lot in the 44 Ranch. Through all of this, there was one witness, five-year old Forrest Canutt. All about Janet: The Story of My Missing Babysitter details the...

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An Incompatible Passion

By Nigel Patten

Before writing another word, I must proclaim that, in writing this biographical play, Nigel Patten has exceeded himself by writing a classic which is a “true mirror of the times”! 5 STARS!! In the play the playwright describes the events that take place in...

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Alina, the White Lady of Oystermouth

By Ann Marie Thomas

In this piece of non fiction, the writer has presented the life story of Alina de Breos in her fight for the Gower peninsular. It includes important information about her family, Wales and England at that time period - including the famous fight between King...

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Adversity Builds Character

A Second Chance
By Tom Ufert

Tom Ufert begins his book "Adversity Builds Character: A Second Chance" by discussing his birth and childhood. Like most of us growing up in that era, he was exposed to the viciousness of war on the television. Parents did not censor children’s viewing habits in...

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