Non-Fiction - Historical

My Three Countries

A Journey from Privilege to Slavery to Freedom
By Anna Melgaard

My Three Countries: A Journey from Privilege to Slavery to Freedom by Anna Melgaard is a biography that is bold, charming, and thoughtful; a memoir of one woman’s journey from a privileged class to being stripped of everything and forcefully shipped with many others for...

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Six Weeks in Africa

By Grahame Elson

Six Weeks in Africa is a nonfiction collection of travel memoirs written by Grahame Elson. Elson and his partner travelled throughout Africa in a series of week-long adventures. They carefully planned much of their trips beforehand, including the hotels and tour packages they’d be using....

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American Justice on Trial

People v. Newton
By Lise Pearlman

American Justice on Trial: People v. Newton by Lise Pearlman presents the trial of Huey Newton in a cleverly constructed style, filling readers in on the drama, the jury selection, and the outcome of the trial. Besides focusing on the Newton trial, the author makes...

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Journey through the Island of Rügen

A Classical Journey
By Arthur Strohmeier

Journey through the Island of Rügen: A Classical Journey by Arthur Strohmeier is a fresh rendition, a translation of the work of Johann Jacob Grümbke published in 1803, and a work of adventure with hints of sociology. In a collection of twelve letters, Grümbke describes...

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A Musician in the Great War

Diary of a WW1 Soldier
By Adolph Kuellmer, Joanne Kuellmer Franklin

A Musician in the Great War: Diary of a WW1 Soldier is a short volume of military historical non-fiction writing by authors Adolph Kuellmer and Joanne Kuellmer Franklin. Joanne is the granddaughter of Adolph, and has therefore taken on the role of compiling his personal...

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The Law of Storms

The true story of the RMS Rhone and the Great Virgin Islands hurricane of 1867
By Joan Martelli

The Law of Storms is a true to life historical account by author Joan Martelli which delivers the true story of the RMS Rhone and the Great Virgin Islands hurricane of 1867. This prose-style account of real events brings to life the moments after a...

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Warrior

From Nazi Occupied Holland to the Jungles of Vietnam...An Immigrant's Story
By Leo Deege

I loved Warrior: From Nazi Occupied Holland to the Jungles of Vietnam...An Immigrant's Story by Leonard Deege. A line from a book I read years ago kept popping into my mind. The Grim Reaper is talking to a man whose soul he is about to...

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The USS Arizona Men

75th Anniversary
By T J Cooper

The USS Arizona at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, a moment of tragedy captured in beautiful writing and telling images. It’s December 7, 1941 aboard the USS Arizona. People look forward to the Sunday morning service usually held at the quarterdeck, some had just returned from leave...

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With Justice for Some

Politically Charged Criminal Trials of the Early 20th Century That Helped Shape Today's America
By Lise Pearlman

With Justice For Some: Politically Charged Criminal Trials of the Early 20th Century That Helped Shape Today's America by Lise Pearlman is an in-depth look at thirteen of the most socially relevant criminal trials of the early 1900s. Some of them were media events, some...

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We Were Soldiers Too

The Second Korean War - The DMZ Conflict
By Bob Kern

We Were Soldiers Too: The Second Korean War is the third of five books currently available in author Bob Kern's on-going series detailing different theaters of the Cold War. This book is perhaps the most pertinent to our times, as it retells the story...

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