Non-Fiction - Historical

The Grand Gypsy

A Memoir
By Ottavio Gesmundo

The Grand Gypsy offers a unique glimpse into a hidden world - that of the circus. The book was compiled by Ottavio Gesmundo, using a memoir written his grandfather, Ottavio Canestrelli, and tells the story of the Canestrelli family circus. The threads of various circus...

Jane Austen's Guide to Good Relationships

By Ronald W. Richardson

One will always wonder how Jane Austen, who lived so many years back, is able to speak about modern relationships when everything now has changed when compared to the times of Jane Austen. Jane Austen’s Guide to Good Relationships by Ronald W. Richardson gives insight...

Georgina: Holocaust Memoirs

By Gabriella Kovac, Oliver R. Shead

Georgina: Holocaust Memoirs is a non-fiction memoir written by Gabriella Kovac and Oliver R. Shead. Georgina was a force of nature. She had been raised by her successful father to believe that she had a protective bubble around her; he had impressed it upon her...

Thomas Jefferson - From Boy to Man

By Jayne DAlessandro Cox

Thomas Jefferson - From Boy to Man by Jayne DAlessandro Cox follows the life and times of Thomas Jefferson. If you're looking to learn more about Thomas Jefferson as a person and not just his accomplishments in writing and politics, this is the book for...

Part of the Family

Christadelphians, the Kindertransport, and Rescue from the Holocaust
By Jason Hensley

Part of the Family: Christadelphians, the Kindertransport, and Rescue from the Holocaust, Volume 1 by Jason Hensley is an ongoing project by the author, an attempt to catalog the lives and experiences of the Jewish refugees who were sheltered by Christadelphians during the 1930s and...

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Mein Name Ist Peter Dietrich

The Deatrick/Detrick Family Heritage
By Ronald J. Deatrick and Claudia Barnard Coffey

This is a very important book. Mein Name Ist Peter Dietrich is important and timely, in part because of the argument about the value and importance that immigration plays in this great American experience. This is the authentic story of Peter Dietrich, but in many...

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Blood on the Tracks

The Life and Times of S. Brian Willson
By S. Brian Willson

Growing up in Upstate New York, S. Brian Willson was everything his community expected of him. He was tall, athletic, patriotic, and a good student who would stand up for what was right. Blood on the Tracks is the poignant story of what happened when...

And The War Came

The Slavery Quarrel and The American Civil War
By Donald J. Meyers

And the War Came: The Slavery Quarrel and the American Civil War by Donald J. Myers is a book about how slavery came about from classical times to the start of the American Civil War. The text covers the various tenets of slavery, as well...

Yes! I Will Write Your Story

Spiritual Milestones on the Human Journey
By Gere Rihs

Yes! I Will Write Your Story by Gere Rihs is an example of how a small book can describe a canvas as large as the universe; succinctly, clearly and simply. The book is a noteworthy addition to any philosopher's or theologian’s library, because it builds...

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Rich Nation, Poor Nation

Why Some Nations Prosper While Others Fail
By Robert Genetski

Rich Nation, Poor Nation, subtitled Why Some Nations Prosper While Others Fail, is a compelling work on the positive aspects of Free Market Economics. The author, Robert Genetski, takes the basic wealth of nations as his baseline and demonstrates through statistical evidence and cogent argument...

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