Lost Without the River

A Memoir
By Barbara Hoffbeck Scoblic

Barbara Hoffbeck Scoblic's Lost Without the River: A Memoir is about growing up on the family farmstead in South Dakota, and of the strong and continuing influence of those years and the farm itself long after she leaves home. In 1926 her parents, Roy and...

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Left for Dead at Nijmegen

The True Story of an American Paratrooper
By Marcus A. Nannini

Left for Dead at Nijmegen: The True Story of an American Paratrooper is a nonfiction biography written by Marcus A. Nannini, who spent several years interviewing Gene Metcalfe, who was determined to become a paratrooper, enlisted and was part of Operation Market Garden, a paratrooper...

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Long Daze at Long Binh

The humorous adventures of two Wisconsin draftees trained as combat medics and sent off to set up a field hospital in South Vietnam
By Stephen H. Donovan and Frederick Borchardt

Long Daze at Long Binh, subtitled the humorous adventures of two Wisconsin draftees trained as combat medics and sent off to set up a field hospital in South Vietnam by Stephen H. Donovan and Frederick Borchardt, is a unique take on the infamous Vietnam war....

Land of My Birth

A Historical Sketch of the First Forty Years of the People's National Party of Jamaica
By Leroy E. Cooke

In Land of My Birth: A Historical Sketch of the First Forty Years of the People's National Party of Jamaica, Leroy E. Cooke, a patriot, revisits the history of his country and pens an engrossing narrative that showcases the journey of the first forty years...

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Letters Lost then Found

By Amy L. Johnson

Letters Lost then Found by Amy L. Johnson is not just a book that explores the exchange of letters between two brothers during WWII, but is a revealing witness to what it was like to fly a supply and fighter aircraft. The book begins with...

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Living With A 98-Year-Old Rocket Scientist

Mister B
By Lynn Byk, Joseph Byk

Living with a 98-Year-Old Rocket Scientist: Mister B by Lynn Byk is a memoir that reads like nothing I have read in a long while. It is well-crafted, with details that capture the very essence of the day-to-day life of a 98-year-old rocket scientist, his...

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Liberty Lady

A True Story of Love and Espionage in WWII Sweden
By Pat Digeorge

I love books on espionage and I get absorbed when the setting is strong and well-developed. Pat Digeorge has done just that, crafting a page-turner set against the gritty historical landscapes of World War II Sweden and modern day, featuring remarkable characters. The only thing...

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Little Miss HISTORY COLORING BOOK

Volume 1
By Barbara Ann Mojica

Little Miss HISTORY COLORING BOOK is the first volume in a series of coloring books, written by Barbara Ann Mojica and illustrated by Victor Ramon Mojica. Famous quotes in history, made by truly memorable historical figures, are shown throughout this book, accompanied by detailed, full-page...

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Life, Love, and a Hijacking

My Pan Am Memoir
By Wendy Sue Knecht

Life, Love, and a Hijacking by Wendy Sue Knecht begins with the great elation she felt at her selection by Pan Am, the joy of flying and the greater joy of clearing the bone caliper test. Getting nicknamed goodie-goodie for her adherence to rules, falling...

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Like A Lily Among Thorns

Colonial African Village Child Transitions To Post-Colonial Modernity, And America
By Inno Chukuma Onwueme

Like A Lily Among Thorns by Inno Chukuma Onwueme is a true life narration of a man's incredible journey from childhood to adulthood and from Africa to America and then back. Born into a poor Nigerian village family, nothing had come easy for Onwueme. His...

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