Jonathan Behind Blue Eyes

By Mike Dacy

Jonathan Behind Blue Eyes by Mike Dacy is made up of a father’s recollections, written mainly “to honor our son, his legacy, and his hopes and dreams of making a positive difference in the lives of others.” The book tells of Jonathan’s childhood, of being...

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Just Hit The Damn Ball!

How To Stop Thinking and Play Your Best Golf
By David Johnston

In Just Hit the Damn Ball!: How to Stop Thinking and Play Your Best Golf, Dave Johnston writes an instructional manual that flies in the face of "conventional golfing wisdom." Based on Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP), this book is much easier to understand than the concepts...

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John Ford

Poet in the Desert
By Joseph Malham

John Ford: Poet in the Desert, a poetic biography of John Ford, is written by Joseph Malham. John Ford was a famous director of many Westerns such as The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance, and She Wears Yellow. He also explored the different aspects of...

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John H. Kampmann, Master Builder

San Antonio's German Influence in the 19th Century
By Maggie Valentine

I selected John H. Kampmann, Master Builder: San Antonio's German Influence in the 19th Century, by Maggie Valentine, because I was intrigued by the book's description. I had simply assumed that the architecture of San Antonio, up until the last hundred years or so of...

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Journey Through the Eyes of Madness

The Journals of G.D. Garner
By G. D. Garner

As a child, G. D. Garner grew up amidst poverty. Perhaps that was the driving force that sent him on the pathway that he trod. He and his wife devoted everything to their work but nothing to each other. He realized that his life was...