Easier to See Jeong (Love) Leaving than Arriving

By Moo Jung Cho

Moo Jung Cho’s second installment, Easier to See Jeong (Love) Leaving than Arriving, collects one hundred Korean proverbs and essays and offers practical advice on social, cultural, and political matters. The proverbs encourage creativity and hard work, for example in the phrase "a mediocre carpenter...

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Encoded

By R.W. Gates

The murder of a young girl is the start of a series of circumstances leading to the solution of three perplexing crimes from the twentieth century in the thrilling non-fiction true crime story, Encoded: Based On True Events by R.W. Gates. Growing up near the...

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Every Reason to Fail

The Unlikely Story of Miss Montana and the D-Day Squadron
By Bryan Douglass

Every Reason to Fail by Bryan Douglass is a mind-blowing, incredible non-fiction book centered around Miss Montana and the D-Day Squadron. Beginning with the creation of N24320 in 1944, this book tells of an exceptional military aircraft that was built too late to serve in...

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Explore the Sights of Berlin Divided - Berlin United

Berlin Geteilt - Berlin Vereint
By Bibi LeBlanc

Explore the Sights of Berlin Divided - Berlin United by Bibi LeBlanc is a non-fiction coloring book that guides a reader through the most fascinating sites of the famous German city, written in both English and German. The book covers a wide range of highly...

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East Africa, 1960's - By Camera and Diary

By Donald R Adams

East Africa, 1960's - By Camera and Diary by Donald R Adams is the memoir of a teacher who served as an education officer in Tanganyika in the early years of the country’s independence, a wonderful blend of historical non-fiction, travel, and adventure. Camping, hunting,...

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Echoes From Catawba Volume 1

Growing Up In Catawba Valley, Appalachia
By Ted Carroll

Echoes From Catawba, Volume 1: Growing Up In Catawba Valley, Appalachia is a nonfiction cultural/memoir written by Ted Carroll. Carroll’s grandparents had 17 children; his mother was the baby of a family who made such a tremendous impact on the small community of Catawba, Virginia....

Eboli to Brooklyn

One Way
By Francis J. and Denise T. Lodato

Eboli to Brooklyn: One Way by Francis J. Lodato and Denise T. Lodato is the authors' family memoir chronicling an immigration from Eboli, Italy to New York. The book begins with a little history and details of the planning and migration of the Lodatos as...

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Effect of British Colonization of Pakistan's Legal System

An Under Looked Aspect
By Ayesha Majid

Effect of British Colonization of Pakistan's Legal System: An Under Looked Aspect by Ayesha Majid is a dissertation or thesis written by the author and presented to the public in book format. It takes a hard look at how the colonization of British India impacted...

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Electric Ancient Egyptians

Manipulating Atomic Structure With Human Electricity (revised 3rd edition)
By James Ernest Brown

What did the early Egyptians know about electricity? Is it possible that they understood the concept of atomic energy? In the thought-provoking book Electric Ancient Egyptians: Manipulating Atomic Structure with Human Electricity by James Ernest Brown, these topics are considered and hypothesized. Using the substantial...

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Eyes on Target

Inside Stories from the Brotherhood of the U.S. Navy SEALs
By Scott McEwen,Richard Miniter

Eyes on Target by Scott McEwen and Richard Miniter offers an unblinking look at the history, life, work, successes, and failures of the Navy SEALs from the time the program was founded until the present. As with most special-interest publications, a certain foreknowledge is helpful...

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