Then I Won't Seem So Far Away

By Peggy O'Toole

Five years after her mother died, Peggy O'Toole found the aérogrammes she sent her mother when she was a student and traveling in France. Reading these aérogrammes brings back her memories of this time from June 1970 to November 1971. In her memoir - Then...

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Not Without a Fight

The Story of a Polish Jew’s Resistance
By D.W. Duke

Not Without a Fight: The Story of a Polish Jew’s Resistance is the true story of a boy who was eight years old when Germany invaded Poland in 1939. Casimir Bieberstein was part of a rich, powerful, but kindly family. But because he was Jewish,...

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Feminism

One Man's View
By Alvin Plexico

What a novel idea! A male has written a book on feminism! That is just what Alvin Plexico did when he authored the book Feminism: One Man’s View. Alvin is not some whacko who rants and raves about feminism. He presents a fair and balanced...

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Ordinary People, Extraordinary Elections

A Memoir of International Democracy Builders (Ordinary People Trilogy Book 2)
By Lois Ann Nicolai

Ordinary People, Extraordinary Elections: A Memoir of International Democracy Builders (Ordinary People Trilogy Book 2) by Lois Ann Nicolai is a continuation of the amazing journey of this former Indiana farmer’s wife who reinvented her life after her husband’s tragic death. Setting out on a...

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A Determined Spirit

By Gary F Heuer

A Determined Spirit is the story of a high school dropout who struggled with financial issues and loss at a young age and went on to build a successful life. Gary F Heuer's early years included experiencing the death of his brother and father (who...

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No Where Man

One Soldier's Journey Home From Vietnam
By Stephen J. Piotrowski

The almost forgotten war in South East Asia, which ended some fifty years ago, deeply affected the lives of many of those who were involved. The participants included youngsters from America sent to fight a cunning and ruthless enemy for an increasingly unpopular cause. Stephen...

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It Did Not Start With JFK: Volume Two

The Decades of Events That Led To The Assassination of John F Kennedy
By Walter Herbst

Volume two of the Walter Herbst investigation into the assassination of American President John F Kennedy delves further into the murky agendas of extremist politics, the military and security services. It Did Not Start With JFK probes a growing list of conspirators who wanted the...

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Broken Alliances

Inside the Rise and Fall of a Global Automotive Empire
By Carlos Ghosn, Philippe Riès

Broken Alliances: Inside the Rise and Fall of a Global Automotive Empire by Carlos Ghosn and Philippe Riès is a fascinating insider’s look at one of the greatest business scandals of the new millennium. Like many others, when I read of Ghosn’s arrest in Japan,...

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Kings, Conquerors, Psychopaths

From Alexander to Hitler to the Corporation
By Joseph Abraham

Have you ever wondered what the price of our progress was? What civilization really means? What makes us and even prominent scientists reject or deny logic, facts, and clear evidence in favor of what we prefer to believe? But most importantly, why do we still...

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Quoting Matilda

By Susan Savion

The 19th-century women's movement had many prominent figures, but not all of them now have the recognition they deserve. Matilda Joslyn Gage is one of these heroines, born in 1826 and died in 1898, well before women had the right to vote. She was a...

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