I Stood Among the Ruins and Cried

A Childhood Memoir
By Ingrid McCarthy

Most adults in the US know about World War II. But how many know about the after-effects of World War II on the children of Germany? Ingrid McCarthy was a young child in Germany at the end of the war. In I Stood Among the...

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Cultural Insanity, the Key to Understanding Our World and Ourselves

With Current Political and Environmental Examples, and Historical Case Studies in Witch-hunting, the Medieval Church Impeding Science, and the Rejection of Geologic Time & Evolution (the Original and Definitive Account)
By Jeffrey Wynter Koon

Cultural Insanity, the Key to Understanding Our World and Ourselves by Jeffrey Wynter Koon is a non-fiction work of primarily expository writing in a persuasive format. Koon's theory on why civilizations derail into frenzied, insane reasoning when absolutely no reason for these beliefs exist is...

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Selectively Lawless

The True Story of Emmett Long, An American Original
By Asa Dunnington

In the early twentieth century, a man uses ingenuity and his ability to skirt the law to forge the life he desires in the historical novel Selectively Lawless: The True Story of Emmett Long, An American Original by Asa Dunnington. Growing up in Texas and...

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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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Frenchy's Whore

Hill 522 Vietnam War
By Vernon E Brewer

Frenchy's Whore: Hill 522 Vietnam War by Purple Heart recipient Vernon E Brewer is a compelling look inside the author's Vietnam-related experiences, before, during, and after. We who have never been to war can only learn so much from the media or history books. These...

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Ancient Sky Watchers & Mythic Themes

A Sky Lore Anthology
By Julie Loar

Ancient Sky Watchers & Mythic Themes by Julie Loar is an absolute must-read for those interested in astrology, astronomy, and mythology. Having studied metaphysics intensively for twenty-five years, Julie is widely regarded as an expert in her field. For two decades, Julie's insanely popular astrology...

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The Art of Peace

By Robert Moriarty

Second Lieutenant Robert Moriarty became one of the youngest Marine pilots at the age of nineteen, and at twenty flew the F-4B: the hottest fighter aircraft in the world. At twenty, he became a First Lieutenant and at twenty-two, a Marine captain. During his military...

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Music vs The Man

By Peter Rowe

Music vs The Man by Peter Rowe dives into the intriguing and controversial tales of musical artists who have been incarcerated or had a brush with the law for their expressive music. Rowe gives you a close-up look at the history of the conflict between...

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Common Sense 2.0

Freeing America of Debt Slavery
By Thomas Paine

Common Sense 2.0: Freeing America of Debt Slavery by Thomas Paine is a detailed study of how debt forces the majority of the American population to lead monotonous working lives that he likens to a form of modern slavery. This book is a deep exploration...

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