Words Whispered in Water

Why the Levees Broke in Hurricane Katrina
By Sandy Rosenthal

Words Whispered in Water: Why the Levees Broke in Hurricane Katrina by Sandy Rosenthal is a David vs. Goliath story or a more recent Erin Brockovich vs. Pacific Gas & Electric Company of California, except this time the scope is much larger than a biblical...

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A Call To Reform

Sustaining America's Unique Culture
By Stephen P. Fish

A Call To Reform: Sustaining America's Unique Culture by Stephen P. Fish is a bipartisan look at America's culture and how to keep it alive. If you're thinking this is a one-sided affair pitting parties and philosophies against each other, you're mistaken. Fish is talking...

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Why The White Man Rules

(an apology)
By Nathaniel Leonard Jackson, Jr.

From the beginning of time, the white man has invaded and overthrown countries across the world. Throughout history, they have dominated every corner of society with power and subjugation, whether that is by their birthright or talents. The white man has ventured across the world...

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Dancing with my Father

His hidden past. Her quest for truth. How Nazi Vienna shaped a family's identity. (Holocaust Survivor True Stories WWII)
By Jo Sorochinsky

With layers of intrigue and deep background of the Nazi 1930s on through WWII, Jo Sorochinsky reveals the poignant reality of her father’s hidden past and her own heritage in Dancing With My Father. The title evokes the delicate process that Jo focuses on to...

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Murder-Bears, Moonshine, and Mayhem

Strange Stories from the Bible to Leave You Amused, Bemused, and (Hopefully) Informed
By Luke T. Harrington

Murder-Bears, Moonshine, and Mayhem: Strange Stories from the Bible to Leave You Amused, Bemused, and (Hopefully) Informed by Luke T. Harrington is an unusual collection of biblical stories that will not only entertain and stun readers but will equally push them to question the morality...

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NOW They Make it Legal

Reflections of an Aging Baby Boomer
By Howard Harrison

Howard Harrison has written a thoroughly enjoyable memoir about Baby Boomers called NOW They Make It Legal: Reflections of an Aging Baby Boomer. Howard presents his life’s story as one view of what life was like growing up as a Baby Boomer. I, personally, am...

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California and Back

An 1850's Adventure
By Martin Noble Hine, Adam Thompson

Adam Thompson shares the fascinating story of his great-great-grandfather Martin Noble Hine's trip to California in 1852. This book is a transcript of notes written by Martin Hine. California and Back: An 1850s Adventure follows Martin’s steamer trip from New York to San Francisco,...

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Lazarus of Bethany

Uncovering the Theology Behind Jesus Raising Lazarus From the Dead (Organic Faith Book 3)
By Scott Douglas

Lazarus of Bethany: Uncovering the Theology Behind Jesus Raising Lazarus From the Dead (Organic Faith Book 3) by Scott Douglas is a humorous and concise Christian study focused on the biblical character of Lazarus. Based on the Gospel book of John, the work explains that...

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All Present and Accounted For

The 1972 Alaska Grounding of the U.S. Coast Guard Jarvis and the Heroic Efforts that Saved the Ship
By Steven J Craig

All Present And Accounted For is the saga of the Coast Guard Cutter Jarvis and the heroic efforts of its crew in the 1972 near loss of the ship and all hands. Steven J. Craig has crafted an excellent history of the Coast Guard, centered...

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They Called Him Marvin

By Roger Stark

They Called Him Marvin is a work of non-fiction in the historical, biography, and family history sub-genres, and was penned by author Roger Stark. The work is intended for the general adult reading audience and contains some very mild references to adult themes and wartime...

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