What Became of the Crow?

The Inside Story of the Greatest Gold Discovery in History
By Robert Moriarty

“How can you have a gold rush without a Mark Twain or Bret Harte or Jack London?” What Became of the Crow? is Robert Moriarty’s engaging inside story of a modern-day gold rush. This saga is worth telling and reading and could well become the...

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Women: Down Through the Ages

How Lies Have Shaped Our Lives
By Jerry Schaefer

I was truly unsure about Women: Down Through the Ages, How Lies Have Shaped Our Lives by Jerry Schaefer. A book about women and their plights written by a man? Surely this is going to be a disaster. I am ecstatic to say that I...

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What They Didn't Burn

Uncovering My Father's Holocaust Secrets
By Mel Laytner

What They Didn’t Burn: Uncovering My Father’s Holocaust Secrets by Mel Laytner is the non-fiction memoir of the author in which he documents a paper trail that leads to a search spanning the globe. Laytner is a journalist, which proves helpful in both the investigation...

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Walk With Me, My Son

You and I Have Some Stories to Tell
By Richard Asmet Awid

Walk With Me, My Son: You and I Have Some Stories to Tell by Richard Asmet Awid is a look into the Lebanese migration to North America more than a century ago from a personal perspective. The author's father, Ehmid Alley Awid Amerey, was 19...

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We Are All Columbine

By Thomas P Tweten and Ann A Graham

There are various ways of looking at a tragedy. What happened at Columbine High School on April 20th, 1999, when two boys killed a teacher and twelve students, was a horrific massacre. Yet, even in the worst moments, there can be hope. In We Are...

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Warhol, Dr. Seuss and the Making of America

By Elizabeth Raney

Warhol, Dr. Seuss and the Making of America by Elizabeth Raney is a nonfiction book that captures a historical and cultural phenomenon in the United States. The author takes an incisive look at two personalities that deeply influenced the cultural trends in the 1950s and...

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Words Whispered in Water

Why the Levees Broke in Hurricane Katrina
By Sandy Rosenthal

Words Whispered in Water: Why the Levees Broke in Hurricane Katrina by Sandy Rosenthal is a David vs. Goliath story or a more recent Erin Brockovich vs. Pacific Gas & Electric Company of California, except this time the scope is much larger than a biblical...

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Why The White Man Rules

(an apology)
By Nathaniel Leonard Jackson, Jr.

From the beginning of time, the white man has invaded and overthrown countries across the world. Throughout history, they have dominated every corner of society with power and subjugation, whether that is by their birthright or talents. The white man has ventured across the world...

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Why the Samurai Lost Japan

A Study in Miscalculation and Folly
By John D Beatty

Why the Samurai Lost Japan: A Study in Miscalculation and Folly, co-authored by John D. Beatty and Lee A. Rochwerger, tells the history of the samurai class and fighting spirit from the 1100s to the end of the Second World War, with particular focus on...

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Wonders All Around

The Incredible True Story of Astronaut Bruce McCandless II and the First Untethered Flight in Space
By Bruce McCandless III

In 1984, Space Shuttle Challenger launched into space. Among the astronauts on board was Bruce McCandless II, a brilliant engineer and aviator. At the time of the flight, McCandless was forty-six years old. He became the first person to complete an untethered spacewalk. Authored by...