The Grocer Who Sold McCarthyism

The Rise and Fall of Anti-Communist Crusader Laurence A. Johnson
By Fred M. Fiske

The Grocer Who Sold McCarthyism: The Rise and Fall of Anti-Communist Crusader Laurence A. Johnson is a work of non-fiction in the American history, biography, and sociocultural writing genres. It is best suited to the general adult reading audience. Penned by author Fred M. Fiske,...

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The Fight for Equity in the Bronx

Changing Lives and Transforming Communities One Scholar At a Time
By Dr. Elaine Ruiz Lopez

In The Fight for Equity in the Bronx: Changing Lives and Transforming Communities One Scholar At a Time, Dr. Elaine Ruiz Lopez describes her life growing up in the South Bronx where the challenges facing the Puerto Rican community are enormous. Poverty, hunger, crime, sex...

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Tapestry of My Mother's Life

Stories, Fragments, and Silences
By Malve von Hassell

Tapestry of My Mother's Life: Stories, Fragments, and Silences by Malve von Hassell provides an account of the life of Christa von Hassell, who is clearly a product of her time and upbringing. Christa was raised on a large country estate in Pomerania. The farm...

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The Ground You Stand Upon

Life of a Skytrooper in Vietnam
By Joshua E Bowe, Wilbur E Bowe

The Ground You Stand Upon: Life of a Skytrooper in Vietnam is a work of non-fiction in the military history, memoir, and slice-of-life genres. It is best suited to adult readers owing to moderate graphic content and some strong language throughout. Penned by author team...

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The Candy Butcher

A Biography of Frank Ray Perilli
By William Karl Thomas

The Candy Butcher: A Biography of Frank Ray Perilli by William Karl Thomas is a personal account by a bonafide friend and fan of the man better known as Frankie Ray. Trying to write the biography of a relatively unknown showbiz celebrity is no easy...

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The Brontës of Haworth Moor

How the Three Daughters of a Country Parson Became the Most Revolutionary Novelists of Their Time
By Diane Browning

What a lovely book! The Brontës of Haworth Moor by Diane Browning is a spirited look at how the daughters of a country cleric became three of the most renowned writers of their times: Anne, the youngest of the three and the least well-known, Emily,...

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The Real King of Miami

The story of the largest marijuana smuggler in American history, Ray "Li'l Ray" Thompson
By Eric Sande

Raymond Thompson, also known as Li'l Ray, was the most feared and revered drug lord in all of South Florida. He controlled millions of dollars from the sale of hard drugs and other businesses in Miami. He was also one of the most investigated people...

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The B-17 Tomahawk Warrior

A WWII Final Honor
By David E. Huntley

The B-17 Tomahawk Warrior: A WWII Final Honor is a work of non-fiction in the military history, slice of life, and personal stories subgenres. It is best suited to the general adult audience as it depicts the harsh realities and losses of war. Penned by...

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The Other Fellow May Be Right

The Civility of Howard Baker
By Bill Haltom

The Other Fellow May Be Right: The Civility of Howard Baker by Bill Haltom focuses on the amazing life of Senator Howard H. Baker, Jr. of Tennessee, whose political career was built and sustained on a foundation of civility that turned enemies into friends and...

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The Pivotal Pastor

Ron Lewinski, Mission, and St. Mary of the Annunciation Parish
By David Kennebeck

The Pivotal Pastor: Ron Lewinski, Mission, and St. Mary of the Annunciation Parish by David Kennebeck is a documentation of one visionary pastor’s role in building a new church in Illinois filled with impactful reflections, encouraging discussions, and valuable insight. Following Lewinski’s new role as...

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