Travels in Senegal

The Land of Peace and Purpose
By Terry Lister

Travels in Senegal by author Terry Lister is a short and information-packed book about his journey to this African nation. He writes with enthusiasm about what he saw and experienced on this trip. Whether he is writing about his visit to the African Renaissance Monument,...

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The Other Side of Nam

By Ike Travis

The Other Side of Nam introduces the author Ike Travis, who grew up in the small town of Live Oak, California, consisting of about 2,000 people in the 1950s and 60s. His childhood was a simple one of outdoor adventure, camping, fishing, hunting, and playing...

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The Best New True Crime Stories

Crimes of Famous & Infamous Criminals
By Mitzi Szereto

The Best New True Crime Stories: Crimes of Famous and Infamous Criminals is the latest in a series edited by Mitzi Szereto and is a collection of stories about various actual crimes. The accounts span a lengthy period, including some that were perpetrated more recently....

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The Never-Ending Run

The complete guide to the New York City Marathon: the history, the race, the info, the tips and the wonders of the most famous marathon in the world.
By Lorenzo Maria dell'Uva

Lorenzo Maria dell'Uva's The Never-Ending Run: The Complete Guide to the New York City Marathon includes the race’s history, a mile-by-mile description of the race course, and a map of the entire route. Additionally, there is information on qualifying for the race and a year-by-year...

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A Bloodied Tapestry

The American War In Vietnam From A Civilian War Veteran's Perspective
By JanStephen James Cavanaugh, Ph.D.

A Bloodied Tapestry: The American War in Vietnam from a Civilian War Veteran's Perspective by JanStephen James Cavanaugh, Ph.D. is a moving autobiographical account of a civilian volunteer during the Vietnam War. His story was reconstructed from personal journals written during his time in South...

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Trying to Make It

The Enterprises, Gangs, and People of the American Drug Trade
By R.V. Gundur

The war waged on narcotic drugs and the drug trade in the US – launched in the 1970s – has been ongoing for decades now. Despite making remarkable progress – evidenced by the incarceration of notorious Mexican drug lords – there still seems to be...

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The Apprentice of Buchenwald

The True Story of the Teenage Boy Who Sabotaged Hitler's War Machine (Holocaust Survivor True Stories)
By Oren Schneider

The Apprentice of Buchenwald is a true World War II story of a Jewish family trying to navigate life under the Nazi regime. Oren Schneider lost his father at an early age and grew up listening to the stories of his grandfather's life during the...

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How Easy Company Became a Band of Brothers

By Chris Langlois

How Easy Company Became a Band of Brothers is written by Chris Langlois, a Doc Roe grandson, and illustrated by Anneke Helleman. This is a collection of historical events in the life of a band of paratroopers during WWII. These men went from peacetime citizens...

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Murder in Dallas, November 22-24, 1963

What Really Happened
By George Schwimmer PhD

“For me, JFK’s death now existed in another life. Or so I thought,” writes George Schwimmer in the preface to Murder in Dallas, November 22-24, 1963: What Really Happened. Schwimmer originally believed the version trotted out by the government and mainstream media, whereby Lee Harvey...

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Rain On The Red Flag

By Frank Thanh Nguyen

It was April 1975 when the South Vietnamese Army surrendered under the rapid advancement of the North Vietnamese. Streets in Saigon that once were filled with roadway noises and songs blasting from kitchen radios and market stands were now quiet and empty. For seventeen-year-old Thanh...

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