Prunes for Breakfast

One Man's War Based on a True Story
By John Searancke

Prunes for Breakfast: One Man’s War Based on a True Story is a memoir by John Searancke. This memoir gives readers a heartfelt glimpse into the life of the author’s father, Eddie Searancke, during the war years of 1940-1945. Eddie had led a leisurely life...

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We Dared to Live

A Tale of Courage and Survival
By Joe Sabrin,Chris Moore

Beginning with a Foreword by the director of the Anti-Defamation League, this is an intense piece of work. Abrashe Szabrinski left four manuscripts behind when he passed, translated from the original Yiddish. One was a memoir type of manuscript while the others were shorter recollections....

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Super Nuke!

The Pace Setter for US Fast Attack Nuclear Submarines in the Cold War!
By Charles Cranston Jett

“On a bright Tuesday morning on June 21, 1966, many events affecting the United States were taking place around the world.” This understated Cold War context makes for a fascinating and revealing account by Charles Cranston Jett in his book Super Nuke! As a man,...

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Operation Nimrod

The Iranian Embassy Siege
By Russell Phillips

Operation Nimrod: The Iranian Embassy Siege by Russell Phillips is the true story of what happened during 6 long days. In 1980, on 29th April, Iran was told by the British police that their embassy was perfectly secure. The next day that was proved to...

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Letters from Zulu

By A Navy Wife

Letters from Zulu written by A Navy Wife chronicles the deployments of a young submariner. Being a single mom, Genevieve had already experienced some of life’s hardships. However, she had no clue what lay ahead of her when she said yes to Ben’s proposal. The...

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To Where I Have Been & From Where I Came

How To Gatecrash a Party
By Geoffrey Higges

In a fascinating account of a man who has lived a full and adventurous life, To Where I Have Been & From Where I Came is the autobiography of author Geoffrey Higges. Follow his life in reverse chronological order, an incredibly unique touch in a...

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Together Through Korea and Alzheimer's

By Joyce Sorensen

Together Through Korea and Alzheimer's by author Joyce Sorensen is a beautiful retelling of the loving relationship between the author and her husband Dick, through joys and triumphs as well as fear and grief. Joyce and Dick fell in love at just sixteen years old,...

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We Were Soldiers Too

A Historical Look at Germany During the Cold War From the US Soldiers Who Served There, Volume 2
By Bob Kern

We Were Soldiers Too: A Historical Look at Germany During the Cold War From the US Soldiers Who Served There (Volume 2) by Bob Kern shows a part of the Cold War that many people know nothing about. The entire world was watching the conflict...

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Lines in the Sand

An American Soldier's Personal Journey in Iraq
By F. Scott Service

“What happens when you discover that the only morality that exists is survival?” With this single line from his book Lines in the Sand, F. Scott Service bravely and defiantly offers up an irrefutable indictment of war and its practitioners – cowardly politicians, greedy corporations,...

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Israel's Edge

The Story of Talpiot The IDF's Most Elite Unit
By Jason Gewirtz

I have never been to Israel but I admire the people and the nation very much. I have trained alongside Israeli soldiers and have nothing but respect for the Israeli fighting man. I’m sure these positive attitudes are part of the reason I enjoyed Israel’s...

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