The Battle of Lincoln Place

By Dennis Hathaway

Despite the United States being one of the most developed countries in the world, housing is one of the elephants in the room when it comes to conversations involving the American citizens’ social and political domains. California is among some of the most affected states...

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Echoes from Wuhan

By Gretchen Dykstra

Echoes from Wuhan depicts the immersive story of a young American woman who traveled to Wuhan for a teaching job. At the time she left for China, Gretchen Dykstra was one of the 100 Americans the Chinese hired to teach English in colleges around the...

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The Jesus Illusion

Finding the Man by Revealing the Myth
By Tony Sunderland

The Jesus Illusion: Finding the Man by Revealing the Myth is a meticulously referenced, in-depth study. Within it, Tony Sunderland seeks the essence of Jesus. Was he Christ the Saviour, the Son of God, and part of the Holy Trinity? There are no contemporary writings...

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Making It Up

The Vassar Class of ‘65 on the Cusp of Change
By Selby McPhee

Making It Up: The Vassar Class of ‘65 on the Cusp of Change is a work of non-fiction in the memoir and social issues subgenres. It is intended for the general reading audience and was penned by author Selby McPhee. As the title suggests, the...

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A Road Less Traveled

War, Education and Civil Rights
By Dr. Robert H. Kimball

Dr. Robert H. Kimball's memoir, A Road Less Traveled: War, Education and Civil Rights, is based on a life that has been lived to the full and with a passion for aiding others across the globe in a diverse range of causes. Broken down into...

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Killers Keep Secrets

The Golden State Killer's Other Life
By James Huddle

Killers Keep Secrets: The Golden State Killer's Other Life by James Huddle is an honest and raw account of James’s life as the brother-in-law of the Golden State Killer, Joseph James DeAngelo. James starts off by explaining how DeAngelo became a part of the...

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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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Honor Through Sacrifice

The Story of One of America's Greatest Military Leaders
By Robert E Lofthouse

Honor Through Sacrifice: The Story of One of America's Greatest Military Leaders is a biography by Robert E. Lofthouse and chronicles the military life of Gordon J. Lippman. He was an American hero that fought in World War II, the Korean War, and the Vietnam...

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Short Suspects

Lost, Forgotten, and Neglected American Mystery Stories and Where to Find Them
By Martin Ross

“A man with a strange, unbelievable past; a man who gives few clues to his identity. If the scant information about him is to be believed, Simon Ark is close to two thousand years old.” Now there’s a tail spinner of a character description. In...

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Americana

A Photographic Journey
By Mathew Tekulsky

That a picture is worth a thousand words is a truism that cannot be denied. In Americana: A Photographic Journey, Mathew Tekulsky has gathered 125 images from across America. Each photo has a story to tell. For example, the photograph of Nathan’s Original at Coney...

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