Scandal

How Homosexuality Became a Crime
By David Boyle

In an interesting and well-researched piece of work into the time period of the summer of 1885 in the UK, author David Boyle does a fine job in recounting for his readers what led to the criminalization of homosexuality in Scandal: How Homosexuality Became a...

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Secrets, Spies and Spotted Dogs

Unravelling mysterious family connections behind a secret adoption
By Jane Eales

Secrets, Spies & Spotted Dogs by Jane Eales tells the story of the author's adoption and her subsequent search many years later to discover her birth mother's life and trace other family members. The book is divided into four sections. The first part chronicles Jane's...

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Slaughter Us All and Make Our Blood a River

Cyprus Poetry and History
By Andreas Antoniou Melas

Slaughter Us All and Make Our Blood a River: Cyprus Poetry and History by Andreas Antoniou Melas revolves around the long history of Cyprus where people have suffered repeatedly under foreign conquerors. The poet gives readers adequate background about Cyprus to comprehend and appreciate the...

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Screwed

Dancing with the Generals
By Sergiu Viorel Urma

Screwed: Dancing with the Generals by Sergiu Viorel Urma is a historical memoir, an autobiography of Urma, a reporter for The Associated Press news agency in Communist Romania. Urma spent forty years as an Associated Press reporter in Romania, Eastern Europe, and in the US....

Soul of the Eagle

A Chaplain Assistant's Recollection of the Vietnam War
By Philip V. Bulone

Soul of the Eagle: A Chaplain Assistant's Recollection of the Vietnam War by Philip V. Bulone begins in 1967, when he joins the 101 Airborne Division Chaplain Unit of a well known group, notable as a rapid reaction force since the invasion of Normandy. After...

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Shattered by the Wars

But Sustained by Love
By Hi-Dong Chai

Shattered by the Wars: But Sustained by Love by Hi-Dong Chai is the story a Korean boy tells in his own words of his childhood at the time of World War II, the Korean War, communism and associated turbulence. The disturbances in his life are...

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Stories from the Olden Days

By William P. Robertson

Stories from the Olden Days: A Humorous Look at Growing Up in the 1950's & '60s is a collection of short non-fiction vignettes written by William P. Robertson. These stories work together as a memoir of the author's earliest years through to his graduation from...

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Shot Down

The True Story of Pilot Howard Snyder and the Crew of the B-17 Susan Ruth
By Steve Snyder

Shot Down: The True Story of Pilot Howard Snyder and the Crew of the B-17 Susan Ruth is a military history book written by Steve Snyder, Howard's son. The author played at being soldiers as a boy, but did not really understand the role his...

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Shadows In The Forest

Woodland Warriors of the Mississippi Valley
By Tim L. Jarvis

Shadows in the Forest chronicles the Indian descendants of Illinois, U.S.A. Author Tim. L. Jarvis took great pleasure in tracing the historical roots of the Illinois Indians. He even went on to portray the demise of the tribe as a result of several wars...

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Sex, Drugs and Tessellation

The truth about Virtual Reality, as revealed in the pages of CyberEdge Journal
By Ben Delaney

Sex, Drugs and Tessellation is a collection of articles and commentary from CyberEdge Journal. Virtual Reality actually got its start in the 1940s, according to Ben Delaney. The first HMD was demonstrated in the '60s and texture-mapped 3D graphics in the '80s. The first big...

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