Anne Frank

Anne Frank 80 Years
By Ronald Wilfred Jansen

Anne Frank: Anne Frank 80 Years by Ronald Wilfred Jansen is a collection of photographs portraying the life and times of Anne Frank. Starting with her home till 1931, the photographs recount her escape and the first house where she lived in Amsterdam. The swimming...

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Axiom

A Jar For Tog
By William Fleck

I am so glad that I read Axiom: A Jar for Tog. Long having been interested in history and mythology and the way the two intersect, I viewed William Fleck's approach to the mysteries of the pyramids with hopeful curiosity, as I am always game...

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America's Literary Legends

The Lives and Burial Places of 50 Great Writers
By Michael Thomas Barry

What is it that makes a great writer? A great work of literature? When asked this question, perhaps the first name that comes to mind is Shakespeare. But he was not the only great and it might be argued by Shakespearean scholars that perhaps his...

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A Treasure More Than Gold

How I Found the Solution to Forrest Fenn's Poem
By Ritt Jordan

A Treasure More Than Gold by Ritt Jordan is an account of how the author was enticed into the “thrill of the chase,” somewhere in the Rocky Mountains north of Santa Fe, NM. An ancient cast bronze, and a hidden treasure chest. To find it,...

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All-Around

And the 13th Juror
By Rick Steber

Mac Griffith was a rough and tough cowboy such as you read about in an old Western novel. He rode horses, joined the rodeo, drank heavily, fought like no other, and was an all-round tough guy. In 1965, this all came to an end when,...

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As Country As It Gets

Short stories from Appalachia
By Cas Roberts

In a world where thrillers, romance novels, and exposés compete actively to trump one another for bestseller bragging rights, there is nothing as refreshing and restorative as a book which seeks only to praise and preserve positive values and bygone days. As Country as it...

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Alaska - Travelogue by State

Experience Both the Ordinary and Obscure (Exploring America Series Book 1)
By Amber Richards

Alaska Travelogue by State - Experience Both the Ordinary and Obscure by Amber Richards is a fascinating glimpse into what is truly the “last frontier”. I have always loved Alaska and to read about it from someone who calls it their home is indeed a...

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American Boys

The True Story of the Lost 74 of the Vietnam War
By Louise Esola

American Boys: The True Story of the Lost 74 of the Vietnam War, written by Louise Esola, is a non-fiction book about the fate of the USS Frank E. Evans and its crew. It is a profound look at the personal stories of the men...

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America

We Have the Country We Want
By Mark Mullen

America: We Have the Country We Want, by Mark Mullen, is a composite of issues about which the author has the right to observe, question, complain, and give his well informed opinions. Sometimes he does this giving honest parting shots with a sense of humor...

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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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