SOL Still Our Lions

A fan's history of the Detroit Lions and the city they represent
By Gary J. Evans

SOL: Still Our Lions, A fan's history of the Detroit Lions and the city they represent by Gary J. Evans is a fan-authored work on the subject that is brilliant and packed with emotion. They say that all NFL fans are created equal when it...

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Love letters

The Romance of Arthur and Lilly
By Carol A Roe

Love Letters: The Romance of Arthur and Lilly by Carol A Roe contains a heart-warming collection of letters exchanged between a couple from 1916 to 1917. Arthur lived in Brooklyn and supervised the Third Avenue Railway System. His fiancée, Lilly, came from a large Irish...

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Guns and Gods in My Genes

A 15,000-mile North American search through four centuries of history, to the Mayflower
By Neill McKee

Guns and Gods in My Genes by Neill McKee is a heartwarming and informative account of a family’s true history and genealogy over the course of generations. The author writes with wit and candor, chronicling interesting, amusing, and fascinating stories from the lives of his...

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Fifty Famous Composers for Kids of All Ages

By Carolyn Waters Broe

Dr. Carolyn Waters Broe is a conductor, composer, and violist. Carolyn brings her love for music and education to the fore in her book Fifty Famous Composers for Kids of All Ages. This book is a fantastic resource for those who love music. She discusses...

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Explaining Gravity

Simple Consistent and Complete
By Bob Ticer

Explaining Gravity by Bob Ticer describes gravity as part of our universe in a way that makes it easy for the reader to understand. Existing literature is also referenced with examples of work from Einstein, Hawkins, and The Big Bang Theory. Bob methodically explains his...

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Miami's Yester'Years

Its Forgotten Founder Locke Tiffin Highleyman
By Patricia Daly-Lipe

Miami’s Yester’Years: Its Forgotten Founder Locke Tiffin Highleyman by Patricia Daly-Lipe is an astonishing account of the history of Miami and Southern Florida, beginning in 1513. “This is the story of the conversion of that “swamp” of “grass and mire” to a fancy metropolis.” The...

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Atlantis

The Find of a Lifetime
By Christos A. Djonis

Atlantis: The Find of a Lifetime by Christos A. Djonis explores the archaeological evidence that has been discovered supporting the existence of Atlantis. The book begs the question of whether the civilization was created entirely from Plato's imagination or if it was based upon a...

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From There to Here

War, Peace, Pandemic - A Memoir
By Romy Wyllie

From There to Here: War, Peace, Pandemic - A Memoir by Romy Wyllie is an insightful, touching journey from the author's childhood in World War II England to the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic. Like most people, Wyllie sought to fill her time during quarantine, and the...

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Lifelines

The Bowen Love Letters
By Susan Lee Ward

Lifelines: The Bowen Love Letters is a compilation of correspondence from Catherine “Katie” Bowen, Second Lieutenant Isaac Bowen, and a few others between themselves and their family members, chronicling a remarkably well detailed 19th-century life. The handwritten letters have been transcribed to text and arranged...

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The Supremacist Syndrome

How Domination Underpins Slavery, Genocide, the Exploitation of Women, and the Maltreatment of Animals
By Peter Marsh

The Supremacist Syndrome by Peter Marsh presents Heinrich Himmler as a poster example for the subtitle topic: How Domination Underpins Slavery, Genocide, the Exploitation of Women, and the Maltreatment of Animals. As the author notes, this book discusses three types of supremacism: white supremacism, male...

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