Founding Zealots

How Evangelicals Created America's First Public Schools, 1783-1865
By Thomas W. Hagedorn

Author Thomas Hagedorn begins his narrative in 1783. Just after the end of the Revolutionary War, the United States had so many debts that it was unable to give back pay to Army officers and enlisted men who had fought during the war, let alone...

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From Dust to Dust and a Lifetime in Between

By Katherine Anne Lee

In her debut novel, author Katherine Ann Lee takes readers on a journey through time in From Dust to Dust and a Lifetime in Between, a story that takes place in 1920s Church Stretton, England. Inspired by her beloved Nana, Mary Eileen Cooke – Mollie...

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Forgotten Hollywood Forgotten History

Starring Great Character Actors of Hollywood's Golden Age
By Manny Pacheco

In "Forgotten Hollywood Forgotten History", Manny Pacheco presents portraits of character actors who were important yet not widely known in the history of cinema in the United States. He ties the works of these actors with events in American and world history, often remarking on...

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Fearless

The Undaunted Courage and Ultimate Sacrifice of Navy SEAL Team SIX Operator Adam Brown
By Eric Blehm

Adam Brown was born on February 5, 1974, in Hot Springs, Arkansas, and died a hero, a Navy SEAL Team Six member, on March 17, 2010, in the Hindu Kush mountains of Afghanistan. He left behind a wife, Kelley, whom he dearly loved, two treasured...

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Frank Pais

Architect of Cuba's Betrayed Revolution
By Jose Alvarez

Frank Pais, whose parents were born in Spain but moved to Cuba, was the leader of the 26th of July Movement. Only twenty-two when he was killed by police on July 30, 1957, Pais and this movement were front and foremost in leading the Cuban...

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Full Circle

Escape from Baghdad and the Return
By Saul Silas Fathi

"Full Circle" by Saul Silas Fathi is a remarkable book about a prominent Iraqi Jewish family. It takes place during World War II when Nazi propaganda and policy threatened the lives of all Jewish citizens, many of whom were forced to take drastic measures in...

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First Love, Last Dance

By Nancy Rossman

Narrator Nancy tells of her pretty Southern mother's life and loves. Mother Elise receives a telephone call each year on her birthday from her first love, Peter, and her husband, Rich, just smiles and doesn't disapprove. Elise's mother, Nancy's Nana, totally disapproved of Elise's love...

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Face Down

The Donnie Foster Story
By Aletha V. Smithson

Donnie Foster is born into an abusive and unstructured home, in which his mother works and is unavailable; his stepfather neglects and brutalizes the children in his care. Much of the first part of the book details the abusive family episodes; this may be difficult...

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Frontier Girl

True Soldier of the Cross
By A. Ruth Chastain

Alice Elizabeth Lye Broaddus was born in Canada September 4, 1904. She dedicated her life to serving the Lord. As a missionary she ministered to people in South China, Hong Kong, California and Mexico. This is her story as told by her daughter A. Ruth...

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From Darkness To Light

My Journey back from a brain filled with blood
By Lynn Christopher Roby

Lynn Christopher Roby was in Baltimore with her husband when she collapsed. The EMTs were trying to save Roby’s life but her pain was unbearable and uncomprehending. She fought them. When she regained consciousness Bill told her she had an aneurysm. More than once Lynn...

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