Unremembered

Tales of the Nearly Famous & the Not Quite Forgotten
By Ken Zurski

Unremembered: Tales of the Nearly Famous & the Not Quite Forgotten is a nonfiction collection of historical events and figures written by Ken Zurski. Zurski is a broadcaster, speaker and author whose books recreate the past. This book casts a spotlight on several dozen personalities...

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God's Hand in History

During World War II
By Victor Penrosa

God's Hand in History: During World War II by Victor Penrosa is a book that looks at an important piece of history, notably the history of WWII through the eyes of faith. As devastating and destructive as this war was, the author thinks God didn't...

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Long Daze at Long Binh

The humorous adventures of two Wisconsin draftees trained as combat medics and sent off to set up a field hospital in South Vietnam
By Stephen H. Donovan and Frederick Borchardt

Long Daze at Long Binh, subtitled the humorous adventures of two Wisconsin draftees trained as combat medics and sent off to set up a field hospital in South Vietnam by Stephen H. Donovan and Frederick Borchardt, is a unique take on the infamous Vietnam war....

War Nightmares

By Michael Montero

War Nightmares by Michael Montero is a memoir set in Madrid, Spain, in the midst of the bloody Spanish Civil War from 1936 to 1939. A seven-year-old boy is thrust into the struggle between the right-wing Nationals and the ruling left-wing Republican government that...

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Candlelight in a Storm

Born to be a Berliner
By Naveen Sridhar

We have all read the history books, seen the movies and heard the stories about World War II and its aftermath. These are often the stories of the leaders and the front line heroes. However, as the fathers and husbands left for war, most of...

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Straining Forward

Minh Phuong Towner's Story
By Michelle Layer Rahal

Author Michelle Layer Rahal has brought us a stunningly honest and frank portrayal of the life of a Vietnamese boat person in the 1970’s. In Straining Forward we read the biography of Minh Phuong Towner, as she is caught up in the tumultuous events of...

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Black Divinity

Manifesto of the Black Theocracy Third Edition
By Tony Saunders

Black Divinity: Manifesto of the Black Theocracy by Tony Saunders is the third edition of the author's Black Divinity books, offering a peek through the window of New York City street culture for those of us on the outside who have little to no understanding...

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Triumph After All

By Bina Kozuch

Triumph After All is an historical fiction novel written by Bina Kozuch. The author’s story is based on the life of her mother, Cipora Kozuch, aka Tziper-Gittle Dratler-Younger, who was born and raised in Ruscova, Romania, and was the only member of her immediate family...

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Danny and Mickey, Ordinary Heroes

By Robert N. McLaughlin

Danny and Mickey, Ordinary Heroes by Robert N. McLaughlin is a memoir that explores the friendship between two sports professionals — Manager of the 1960 and 1971 World Series Champions, Danny Murtaugh, and seven-time American League All Star first baseman and AL batting champion in...

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9/11. A Survivor's Story.

By Artie Van Why

Artie Van Why's 9/11: A Survivor's Story is a nonfiction memoir. Van Why was there, at Ground Zero, when the first plane hit the World Trade Center. He had originally moved to New York City in pursuit of a career as an actor, and had...

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