A Demand of Blood

By Nadia Dean

A Demand of Blood; The Cherokee War of 1776 is written by Nadia Dean. This book was created as a non-fiction historical genre. The design, layout, and formatting of the book are perfect, filled with photography, drawings, maps, and easy to read text. There...

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Along the Chisholm Trail and Other Poems

By George Rhoades

George Rhoades's book "Along the Chisolm Trail and Other Poems" is divided into two parts. The first is devoted to verses exploring the cowboy ethic and the historical significance of the men who moved cattle. There are poems about real people, such as Billy the...

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Alexander McKee - The Great White Elk

British Indian Agent on the Colonial Frontier
By Frederick Wulff

Alexander McKee, a mixed-blood British Indian agent, was one of the few individuals in history able to unite Indians and exert unbelievable leadership on their behalf. When the War for Independence broke out between the Colonies and the British, McKee chose to remain loyal to...

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America's Greatest Blunder

The Fateful Decision to Enter World War One
By Burton Yale Pines

America's Greatest Blunder by Burton Yale Pines is a fascinating story of America's involvement in World War I. The author takes the reader through a detailed account of the war in a well-referenced documentary with a very descriptive narrative. Consider it a compilation of every...

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Adamant Aggressors

How to Recognize and Deal with Them
By Bruce D. Thatcher

Adamant Aggressors: How to Recognize and Deal with Them by Bruce D. Thatcher is the first book in the History Speaks Today series. It focuses on analyzing the adamant aggression of infamous historical figures and concludes invaluable lessons and discussion for influential policymakers in America...

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Alina, the White Lady of Oystermouth

By Ann Marie Thomas

In this piece of non fiction, the writer has presented the life story of Alina de Breos in her fight for the Gower peninsular. It includes important information about her family, Wales and England at that time period - including the famous fight between King...

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Almost Hell

A novel intertwined in West Virginia's health care crisis
By Rebecca G Burdette M.D.

Almost Hell begins with the premature birth of a child. The parents were schoolteachers rushing to a hospital across the state because there were no OB-GYNs in their area. Baby Joshua was born on a picnic table. Dr. Suanne Oakley has a high pressure job...

Arsenic and Clam Chowder

Murder in Gilded Age New York
By James D. Livingston

"Arsenic and Clam Chowder" recounts the life of Mary Alice Livingston. Born into a prestigious family, she is accused of murdering her mother, Evelina Bliss, for her inheritance. Mary Alice was a women obsessed with having money; she had been in and out of the...

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A Penny For The Violin Man

By Eli Rill

A Penny for the Violin Man is a very interesting book that portrays the life of Norman, an immigrant Jewish teacher being forced to choose between employment or the unions in New York. The tale is vivid and intriguing, though the extent of the vulgarity...