All My Love, Johnny

Memories and Loss in Troy, New York
By M Thomas Apple

All My Love, Johnny: Memories and Loss in Troy, New York by M Thomas Apple is a non-fiction genealogy and family history book detailing the intersecting lives of the author's grandparents in the pre and post-seasons of World War II. As a young child, Apple...

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Alfred

The Quiet History of a World War II Infantryman
By Louise Endres Moore

In Alfred: The Quiet History of a World War II Infantryman, Louise Endres Moore chronicles the wartime experiences of her father, Alfred N. Endres. After completing basic training, he is shipped out to Europe when he joins the campaign in Normandy soon after D-day. As...

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Into His Presence, Volume 1

Encountering the God of the Patriarchs
By Napoleon Burt

Into His Presence, Volume 1: Encountering the God of the Patriarchs by Napoleon Burt is a non-fiction Christian book that elaborates on the documented biblical accounts of patriarchs like Adam, Noah, and Abraham, just for starters, placing them along a historical timeline to show how...

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Thus Fell Tecumseh

By Frank E. Kuron

Thus Fell Tecumseh by Frank E. Kuron is about a famous Native American, a Shawnee Chief, known as Tecumseh. He fought in the Battle of the Thames in 1813. This book goes into more details of that battle, who fought against him, and why there...

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Mysterious Places

Memoir. Journey. Quest.
By Jeffrey Gorney

Mysterious Places by Jeffrey Gorney is the fascinating journey of the author who goes in search of his roots. From Brooklyn to Romania, this memoir is all about his journey of discovery, finding out the true meaning of family, family history, and the mysteries that...

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Pine Gap

Close to God’s Ear: NSA Eavesdropping Memoirs
By David Rosenberg

Pine Gap: Close to God’s Ear: NSA Eavesdropping Memoirs by David Rosenberg is the non-fiction memoir and compilation of experiences from his time as an insider within the titular organization. To emphasize the significance of Rosenberg's tell-all, the book begins with a disclaimer from the...

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Bethlehem, the Year Jesus Was Born

Unwrapping the Theology Behind Christmas (Organic Faith Book 2)
By Scott Douglas

Bethlehem, the Year Jesus Was Born: Unwrapping the Theology Behind Christmas is a work of non-fiction focusing on religion, history, and theology, and was penned by author Scott Douglas. The second book in the Organic Faith series, this concise standalone read is packed with an...

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War Is Personal

Hell, Luck, and Resilience
By Roy Wilkes, Elaine Wilkes

War is Personal by Roy Wilkes and Elaine Wilkes shines a spotlight on Okinawa, a small island 66 miles long, 7 miles wide on average and only 400 miles south of the Japanese Island of Kyushu; the closest stepping stone to Japan during the Second...

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American Heart of Darkness: Volume II

Macro-Social Evil in the Post JFK Era
By Robert Kirkconnell

Robert Kirkconnell carries a broadsword. In Volume II of American Heart of Darkness: Macro Social Evil in the Post JFK Era, he gives us an exclusive, in-depth look at the political assassinations of John F. Kennedy, Martin Luther King, Malcolm X, and Robert F. Kennedy,...

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Between the Cypress and the Stars

Van Gogh's life through Perspectives
By Josephine Smith

Josephine Smith's historical fiction novel Between the Cypress and the Stars: Van Gogh's life through Perspectives is a re-imagining of the life of the artistic genius Vincent Van Gogh. The novel focuses on the last years of Van Gogh's life from 1888 -1890 when he...

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