An Unsinkable Titanic

By Connor Martin

As someone who reads every book on the Titanic they can find, I was certain this book would not give me any new information or reveal anything I had not read before. I was quickly proven wrong. An Unsinkable Titanic looks at the sinking of...

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A Fauxtographer's Yankee Stadium Memoir

By Arnie "Tokyo" Rosenthal

A Fauxtographer's Yankee Stadium Memoir is a non-fiction photographic essay written by Arnie "Tokyo" Rosenthal. The author grew up loving baseball, and his first trip to Yankee Stadium at the age of six was a profound experience. As a young man, he got the opportunity...

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Aunt Susy's Boarding House

The Story of A Girl Growing Up In Maine
By Joy Swan

Aunt Susy’s Boarding House by Joy Swan is a story of a girl growing up in Maine. Celia Tainter tells the stories in the book, often referencing the role her Grandpa and Grandma played while she was growing up. The book is a story about...

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Apparition Atlas

The Ghost Hunter's Travel Guide to Haunted America
By Daniel Diehl,Mark P. Donnelly

Apparition Atlas: The Ghost Hunter's Travel Guide to Haunted America by Daniel Diehl and Mark P. Donnelly is really a reference guide to haunted buildings around the USA, arranged alphabetically by state. They have very cleverly included a "scare scale" represented by skull emoticons, ranging...

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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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