Beyond the Holocaust

An Immigrant's Search for Identity
By Sylvie Heyman

Sylvie Heyman’s remarkable memoir, Beyond the Holocaust: An Immigrant's Search for Identity, details her family’s journey of leaving Belgium with the hope of living in the US during the Second World War. Born in 1938, Heyman was only a toddler when her immediate and extended...

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Being Human Being

Book Two The Philosophy of Existence
By Ralph Bacchus

Many of the well-informed take it for granted that history’s deep thinkers concern themselves with the meaning of life and existence, but these are no longer direct concerns of philosophers. In Being Human Being: The Philosophy of Existence, Ralph B. Bacchus takes readers into investigating...

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Brothers in Arms

Memoirs of Veterans, Victims, Heroes and Survivors of WWII, Korea and Vietnam
By James Downey

Brothers In Arms: Memoirs of Veterans, Victims, Heroes and Survivors of World War II, Korea & The Vietnam War is a work of non-fiction in the historical and memoir sub-genres, and was penned by author James Downey. Written for adult readers, the work does contain...

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By Any Means Necessary

Veterans Talk Torture in the War on Terror
By John Tsukayama

By Any Means Necessary: Veterans Talk Torture in the War on Terror by John Tsukayama is about the darkest part of human nature at its worst: war. The men interviewed in this book have all been involved in a direct act of violence and torture...

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Before Pearl Harbor

China, FDR and the Plot to Bomb Japan
By Michael Lemish

Before Pearl Harbor: China, FDR and the Plot to Bomb Japan by Michael Lemish is a well-researched and lucidly written account of a historic moment in WWII. The author opens this narrative by offering readers a glimpse of an ordinary day in Pearl Harbor, early...

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Boomer Brand Winners & Losers

156 Best & Worst Brands of the 50s and 60s
By Barry Silverstein

Nostalgia is the main underlying theme of Barry Silverstein’s Boomer Brand Winners & Losers: 156 Best & Worst Brands of the 50s and 60s which is full of well-known products from that era. The author has chosen known brands from a variety of categories, with...

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Bertha

Shine Like the Dawn
By Lisa M. Hutchison

Bertha: Shine Like The Dawn by Lisa M. Hutchison is a dive into the Germany of the mid-1800s through to the mid-1900s. Bertha, the title character, was a real person; the great-great-grandmother of the author and a woman who struggled through and dealt with the...

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Boomer Brands

Iconic Brands that Shaped Our Childhood
By Barry Silverstein

For a delightful look at the products and mores that shaped the lives of the boomer generation, you can't do much better than Boomer Brands by Barry Silverstein. For those of us who grew up in the fifties and sixties, these were the things that...

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Black Divinity

Manifesto of the Black Theocracy Third Edition
By Tony Saunders

Black Divinity: Manifesto of the Black Theocracy by Tony Saunders is the third edition of the author's Black Divinity books, offering a peek through the window of New York City street culture for those of us on the outside who have little to no understanding...

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Banquet of Consequences

A Juror's Plight
By Paul Sanders

Banquet of Consequences: A Juror’s Plight by Paul Sanders recounts the true account of the trial of Michele Anderson for the murder of her parents, brother, sister-in-law, and her young niece and nephew. The murders took place in 2007 but it was not until eight...

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