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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Tales of Titans

Vol. 3: Founding Fathers, Women Warriors & WWII
By Rich DiSilvio

In the third volume of Tales of Titans, Founding Fathers, Women Warriors & WWII, Rich DiSilvio delights us with his information on the Founding Fathers. These short biographies of men like James Madison, George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Alexander Hamilton, and the other men who played...

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Tracing Footsteps

The Frasers of Scotland to Frazers of Virginia and West Virginia
By Lillian Frazer

Tracing Footsteps: The Frasers of Scotland to Frazers of Virginia and West Virginia by Lillian M. Frazer is a detailed non-fiction documentation of William Frazer’s descendants. Frazer was a Scottish immigrant to America who descended from the Scottish Highland Clan Fraser of Lovat. Records show...

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Through the Tunnel to Win the Heart

The story about a USAID nurse of faith in Vietnam
By Nancy M. Churchill

Nancy M. Churchill has written a masterpiece. Through the Tunnel to Win the Heart is superbly written and kept my interest throughout. Each page is filled with intrigue and keeps you engaged to see what happens next. This book tells the story of Nancy when...

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Two Revolutionary War Privateers

William and Joseph Packwood of Connecticut
By William T Packwood PhD, Virginia M Packwood EdD

Do you wonder what skeletons lie in your closet? Have you studied your family history, or looked into genealogy to trace your roots? When William T. Packwood started looking into his family’s past, he was surprised to find his ancestors hailed from New London, Connecticut...

The Zodiac Revisited, Volume 1

The Facts of the Case
By Michael F. Cole

The Zodiac Revisited, Volume 1: The Facts of the Case is a nonfiction, true crime book written by Michael F. Cole. The story of the Zodiac Killer is an exceptional one in the pantheon of serial killers. His saga is a mystery that remains unsolved...

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Time to Lead

Lessons for Today's Leaders from Bold Decisions that Changed History
By Jan-Benedict Steenkamp

An extremely interesting adventure in leadership is found in Jan Benedict Steenkamp’s book, Time to Lead: Lessons for Today’s Leaders from Bold Decisions that Changed History. The author has brought together an amazing variety of leaders, indicating them as possessing styles of Adaptive, Persuasive, Directive,...

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The Sky is Not the Limit

Talent is Only the Beginning
By Maggie Richardson

The Sky is Not the Limit: Talent is Only the Beginning by Maggie Richardson is a non-fiction biography of Ross Hutchinson, a man who wore a great many different hats through a diverse career. Hutchinson was the rare sort of man who not only dreamed...

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The Cure For Onlyness

A Black Man's Guide To Joy, Passion & Purpose
By Coach Michael Taylor

Many black men feel isolated in society. Even if they work hard and achieve the best things in life (a family, a great job, and success), the sense of solitude accompanies them nonetheless. If you are a black man who wants to improve his life,...

The Queen and the Playwright

Love's Labor Lost
By Bruce Hutchison

The Queen and the Playwright: Love's Labor Lost by Bruce Hutchison is a love story between the famous queen of England and a young playwright. As a child, Edward de Vere had a reputation for disappearing into his own imagination as he was often compelled...

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