An Unlikely Trio

The Winners of the 1913 Kentucky Derby
By Eddie Price

An Unlikely Trio: The Winners of the 1913 Kentucky Derby is a nonfiction sports racing history book written by Eddie Price. The horse that won the 39th Running of the Kentucky Derby was a long-shot -- the odds placed on him were, and still are,...

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Jesus and Muhammad

Their Messages, Side-by-Side
By Louis St Michael

Jesus and Muhammad: Their Messages, Side-by-Side by Louis St Michael is a thorough and painstakingly researched compilation of the lives and statements, as proclaimed in the Christian Bible and the Islamic Q'uran, of two of the world's most historically compelling men: Jesus Christ and the...

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A Bee in His Bonnet

By Bernard J. Fleury

A Bee in His Bonnet by Bernard J. Fleury Ed.D. is a creative biography of his maternal grandfather, Frank King (1877-1958). Born and raised an Englishman of mixed Ojibwa heritage, Frank adopted the United States as his home and served with distinction over a long...

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Wildflowers and Train Whistles

Stories of a Coal Mining Family
By Lillian Frazer

Wildflowers and Train Whistles: Stories of a Coal Mining Family is a memoir written by Lillian Crone Frazer. Frazer grew up in Minden, West Virginia, a small coal mining camp town, during the 1950s and '60s. She was the youngest of a family with seven...

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An Appalachian Boy's Life

A Walk In Three Centuries
By Flem R. Messer

In a memoir as important to human history and understanding as it is to the specific locale’s true representation of human spirit, Flem R. Messer’s plain-spoken but deeply meaningful book, An Appalachian Boy’s Life, relates the tale of a time and place when self-sustainability was...

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The Decline of Democratic Society in the New Age

By Giovanni Soriano

I really enjoyed reading The Decline of Democratic Society in the New Age by Giovanni Soriano. When I was in university, I took a lot of political science classes. I like history a lot and political science offered history plus a little something extra; tools...

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It Was What It Was

My Memoir
By Diane Haley Toney

It Was What It Was: My Memoir by Diane Haley Toney is a memoir of growing up in the idyllic post-war era of the American South during the 1950s. It Was What It Was begins without much of a preamble and jumps into the beginning...

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Papa and Mama Said

Full of Dare County Folklore
By Lucinda Gallop Baum

Papa and Mama Said: Full of Dare County Folklore by Lucinda Gallop Baum is a non-fiction memoir or autobiography about the life and experiences of Lucinda growing up in the '30s and '40s of rural America. Papa and Mama Said is written in a...

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Year of the Flu

By Millys Altman

Year of the Flu by Millys Altman is the author's account - as reported to her by her own parents - of the 1918 influenza pandemic that ravaged the globe, affecting over five hundred million people worldwide. Narrated by Altman herself, the novella takes us...

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Rembrandt Etchings

Looking at Rembrandt's Prints
By Michiel Kersten

Dutch artist of the Golden Age, Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn (1606-1669) is well known for his monumental paintings: portraits, allegorical and biblical scenes and much more. Rembrandt was an artist striving to paint pure emotion in all of his subjects. His masterful technique of light...

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