My Dear Wife and Children

Civil War Letters from a 2nd Minnesota Volunteer
By Nick K. Adams

A letter, a treasure to receive and a pleasure to write and send, but sadly an artifact of another era. Letters have connected loved ones for centuries, revealed important details about life, and recorded significant events. Letters are stories waiting to be shared and for...

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Managing Bubbie

By Russel Lazega

Managing Bubbie by Russel Lazega is a heartwarming and hysterical memoir of his “Bubbie,” Lea Lazega. Intermixed with a narrative about her harrowing journey across Europe to America during World War Two are snippets of conversations between various family members, providing insight into the modern...

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Mollie's War

The Letters of a World War II WAC in Europe
By Cyndee Schaffer and Mollie Weinstein Schaffer

Readers often only read about the men who served in World War II. What about the women? There were 150,000 women who served in the Women's Army Corps during World War II. Come learn of one such brave woman as she served in England, France,...

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Murdered on the Streets of Tombstone

By Joyce Aros

Murdered on the Streets of Tombstone by Joyce Aros is an intriguing book about one of the most controversial events in America's late 1800s. Readers are transported to a Midwest lifestyle of cowboys, frontier men and women, farmers, raiders, saloons, gambling, and of course gunmen....

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Memoirs of an Outlaw

Life in the Sandbox
By Robert M. Tanner III

"Memoirs of an Outlaw: Life in the Sandbox" is the story of author Robert M. Tanner III, who was with the Marines during the Iraq War and spent seven months on the ground in Iraq. It is also the story of each and every soldier...

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Murder & Mayhem

By Michael Thomas Barry

In "Murder and Mayhem", Michael Thomas Barry presents us with 52 crimes that shocked early California in the 100 year from 1849. Taken from newspaper articles and filled with great photos from the period, the book allows us to revisit many famous and hideous crimes...

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More Than Anything in the World

Volume 1 1942 1943
By K.S. Mueller

More Than Anything in the World is a very special true story in time, delicately written by Kathleen S. Mueller. This novel is a biography of Kathleen’s parents, Frank J. Mueller and Marion Altenburg Mueller, and their experiences during World War II. This remarkable story...

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Me, Myself and Paris

One Toe Under the Eiffel Tower, The Other In the Grocery Store
By Ruth Yunker

Have you ever considered a vacation alone: A vacation where you could do what you want, when you want, and where you want? Our author has not only dreamed the dream she has lived it. For the last three years, Ruth Yunker has rented an...

Mysterious Receding Seas, The

By Richard Guy

Author Richard Guy offers an interesting hypothesis.  He explains that ancient civilizations were always built close to the seas.  However, we know that the earliest civilizations were built on mountain tops.  His reasoning suggests that the mountain peaks were the only land sticking up out...