The Rise And Fall Of A 'Casino' Mobster

The Tony Spilotro Story Through A Hitman's Eyes
By Frank Cullotta, Dennis N. Griffin

In writing The Rise And Fall Of A 'Casino' Mobster: The Tony Spilotro Story Through A Hitman's Eyes, Frank Cullotta seeks to set the record straight regarding his association with Tony Spilotro, with help from co-author Dennis N. Griffin. Anthony (Tony) Spilotro was the Chicago...

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The Girl I Never Knew

Who Killed Melissa Witt?
By LaDonna Humphrey

The Girl I Never Knew: Who Killed Melissa Witt? is a work of non-fiction in the true crime and thriller subgenres by LaDonna Humphrey. As the title suggests, the work focuses on the mysterious circumstances surrounding the death of Melissa Witt, and the answers to...

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The Grand Illusion

How the Media used Propaganda and Dark Psychology to Elect Barack Hussein Obama
By Laszlo Forseti

Numerous conspiracy theories have been advanced around the politics of the United States of America for many years. This has been strongly motivated by the tight grip on political opinions maintained by both the Democrats and the Republicans. With each of the parties’ members claiming...

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The Discovery of Germs

By John Krieger

The Discovery of Germs by John Krieger is a fascinating exploration of humanity’s developing understanding of germs and disease through history. Krieger’s main focus is from 1600 onwards, carefully charting the development of the microscope, the beginnings of the scientific method, and then the gradual...

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The Genesis Code

Revealing the Ancient Path to Inner Freedom
By Richard L Haight

The Genesis Code: Revealing the Ancient Path to Inner Freedom is a work of non-fiction in the religious and philosophical subgenres. It is suitable for the general adult reading audience and was penned by author Richard L Haight. The book is an analysis of a...

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The Wolcott Circus

By Michael Snarr

Youthful days are filled with new experiences and discoveries, which usually stick with us for the rest of our lives. Michael Snarr's openness to experiencing new adventures and being part of a cause led him to join the Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity of the University...

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Then I Won't Seem So Far Away

By Peggy O'Toole

Five years after her mother died, Peggy O'Toole found the aérogrammes she sent her mother when she was a student and traveling in France. Reading these aérogrammes brings back her memories of this time from June 1970 to November 1971. In her memoir - Then...

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The Reader's Companion to the Hampshire Stories Series

Life and Literature in 19th-Century England
By Joe Giampaolo

Many of us are fond of specific novels from the 18th and 19th centuries: Jane Austen’s Emma, Charles Dickens's Oliver Twist, Charlotte Brontë’s Jane Eyre, Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, and many others. We delve into the plot, the setting, and the era with ease, expecting to...

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The Early Years

A Memoir
By Rachel G. Carrington

The first in a series, The Early Years: A Memoir by Rachel G. Carrington documents a couple’s early years together which begin with a young woman’s bold decision to follow her heart. Rachel grew up in a large family from Kentucky. With slim prospects of...

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The Other Madisons

The Lost History of A President's Black Family
By Bettye Kearse

The Other Madisons: The Lost History of a President's Black Family is a non-fiction American history memoir that chronicles the lineage and legacy of author Bettye Kearse's ancestry, a direct descendent, and the four-times great-granddaughter of Founding Father and fourth president of the United States,...

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