Trial by Fire

Tales from the Dawn of the Computer Age
By Stephen M. Buck

"Trial by Fire" by Stephen M. Buck is a memoir by an eyewitness to and participant in the “dawn of the computer age”. The memoir covers his career – his introduction to computers and his ride through the acceleration of computer technology and its introduction...

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The Science of the Quran

Proving God's Existence through Established Modern Science
By Ahmad Hassan

After reading Solomon Huriash’s book on science and Judaism and John L. Leonard’s book on science and Christianity I was curious whether Ahmad Hassan’s on Islam and science was as good. Neither of the three proved to me that God existed, but each made their...

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The Last One

An Orphaned Child Fights to Survive the Killing Fields of Cambodia
By Marin Yann

"The Last One" is Marin Yann's memoir of his life in Cambodia. He was about 5 years old when the Khmer Rouge grabbed power in that country. Marin last saw his father when he was invited to work on a far-away project, and his mother...

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Terry

The Inspiring Story of a Little Girl's Survival as a POW During WWII
By Terry Wadsworth Warne

In "Terry", Terry Wadsworth Warne has written a vivid account of her entrapment in the events of World War II. Born and raised in the Philippines, she had an idyllic life until the bombing of Pearl Harbor. As America was unable to evacuate all the...

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The Planet-Girded Suns

History of Human Thought About Extrasolar Worlds
By Sylvia Engdahl

"The Planet-Girded Suns" by Sylvia Engdahl is about what people have thought about exoplanets, and how the thoughts of exoplanets have influenced our thinking. It starts off with an account of historical thoughts from the Aristotelian era through the middle ages to the present. This...

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The Evolution of Human Sexual Privacy

An Objective Study of a Subjective Realm
By Andrew Haywein

Author Andrew Haywein, a long-time practicing physician with an abiding interest in human prehistory, has written "The Evolution of Human Sexual Privacy" with the subtitle "An objective Study of a Subjective Realm". He begins by stating in the preface to this learned study that the...

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The Accidental Anarchist

From the Diaries of Jacob Marteck
By Bryna Kranzler

Author Bryna Kranzler writes of her remarkable grandfather's life as a young man in "The Accidental Anarchist: From the Diaries of Jacob Marateck". In the early years of the last century, a young Jew, Jacob Marateck, goes from his yeshiva onto enlisting in the Russian...

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The Compassionate Rebel Revolution

Ordinary People Changing the World
By Burt Berlowe

In "The Compassionate Rebel Revolution: Ordinary People Changing the World" you will meet people who are stepping out of their comfort zones to meet the needs of others. The first section of this book shares the stories of ordinary people who became heroes at ground...

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The Strange Case of Jonathan Swift and the real Long John Silver

By Robert A. Prather

"The Strange Case of Jonathan Swift and the Real Long John Silver" by Robert Prather is a fascinating look at an old Kentucky legend. Most readers will be familiar with the name Jonathan Swift. However, this is not the Jonathan Swift that wrote "Gulliver’s Travels"...

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The Mind of the Historian

Causation in Philosophy of History: A Case Study in Perso-Islamic Historiography
By Ali Parsa

Since 9/11 the fears of Muslims attacking Americans provoked the creation of the PATRIOT ACT. The very name meant that to disagree with it made you un-American. This has morphed into the most egregious violations of our Constitutional rights since Joseph McCarthy’s efforts to destroy...

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