Short Suspects

Lost, Forgotten, and Neglected American Mystery Stories and Where to Find Them
By Martin Ross

“A man with a strange, unbelievable past; a man who gives few clues to his identity. If the scant information about him is to be believed, Simon Ark is close to two thousand years old.” Now there’s a tail spinner of a character description. In...

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Stoic Stories

A Heroic Account of Stoicism (Ancient Wisdom)
By Neel Burton

Neel Burton kept my interest in Stoic Stories, even though I spent years studying for my master’s certificate in Ancient And Classical History. Neel taught me more in his book than I learned in my years of study. Not only does Neel explain the philosophy...

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Southwestern Adventure

In the Footsteps of First Peoples: Mogollon, Hohokam, Salado and Sinagua
By Michael Royea

Southwestern Adventure: In the Footsteps of First Peoples: Mogollon, Hohokam, Salado and Sinagua is illustrated by the author Michael Royea and is part history, part travel guide. Recommended sites include Salinas Pueblo and Quarai Mission Ruins. The next attractions are the Three Rivers Petroglyph site...

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State of Revolution

My Seven-and-a-Half-Year Journey Through Revolutionary War New Jersey
By Al Frazza

This fascinating little book could be called The Site that Al Built. Instead, it is named State of Revolution: My Seven-and-a-Half Year Journey Through Revolutionary War New Jersey. This book is the history of Al Frazza’s travels and research to make his historical website concerning...

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Saving Our Democracy

Fixing the Institutions Failing the People
By Lincoln Anniballi

For so long the United States of America has been viewed as the yardstick for democracy and government sovereignty to the whole world. With the recent outburst of political insanity and an uncharacteristic wave of anarchy in the nation, this has become a mere idea...

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Strike Hard and Expect No Mercy

A Tank Platoon Leader in Iraq
By Galen D. Peterson

Strike Hard and Expect No Mercy follows author and former Tank Platoon Leader Galen D. Peterson's experiences while serving on behalf of the US Army in Iraq. A West Pointer who suffered a brain injury during his stay in Iraq, Lieutenant Peterson unwittingly received the...

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Spies of the Deep

The Untold Truth About the Most Terrifying Incident in Submarine Naval History and How Putin Used The Tragedy To Ignite a New Cold War
By W. Craig Reed

Underwater espionage is not a topic that receives much public attention due to its highly classified nature, so Spies of the Deep will come as a revelation to many readers. W. Craig Reed, himself an experienced submariner and diver, describes a world of intrigue, danger,...

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Stories for My Sons

By Marko Vukosavovic

Marko Vukosavovic’s memoir, Stories for My Sons, documents the Vukosavovic family’s history from 1479 to current times. It includes his personal experiences growing up in the former Yugoslavia, his departure from his home country following Yugoslavia’s breakup, and bits of his life in America. The...

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Scrapped: Justice and a Teen Informant

The Real Story of Heidi Allen's Kidnapping
By Lisa A. Peebles and John O'Brien

In Scrapped: Justice and a Teen Informant, Lisa A. Peebles and John O'Brien investigate the abduction of Heidi Allen on the early morning of Easter - April 3, 1994 - from the store where she worked. Despite no evidence linking them to the crime, two...

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Saigon

By Ralph Pezzullo

Inspired by his own experiences of living in Vietnam as a kid from 1963-65, author Ralph Pezzullo's Saigon tells the story of Michael Sforza, the thirteen-year-old son of a US diplomat, trying to navigate life in the embassy during one of the most tumultuous times...

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