Sketches of Intriguing People

and the Curious Events They Suffered While Living in the Wilderness of the Northwest Territory.
By Frank E. Kuron

Have you ever been curious about what the late 1700s and exploration of America beyond the thirteen colonies looked like? Luckily, some adventures were well documented. Sketches of Intriguing People and the Curious Events They Suffered While Living in the Wilderness of the Northwest Territory...

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My Travels Into History

By Randy Schreifels

History is all around us. Historic sites tell the story of our beginnings in an interesting way. There’s colonial Williamsburg, Monticello, Mount Vernon, Fort Ticonderoga and so many other places of historic interest. Why not hop on the train (or a bus) and tour the...

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London and its Genius Loci

A journey beyond time and place
By Philipp Röttgers

In London and Its Genius Loci, Philipp Röttgers takes the reader on a tour of London like no other. The approach is two-fold. As Röttgers explores contemporary London and muses upon her historical quirks, he also attempts to detect less corporeal influences. He speculates about...

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Donna di Sciacca

By Janet Sierzant

Donna di Sciacca by Janet Sierzant follows the saga of one family and focuses on the life of Jeanette. The reader is immediately introduced to the Italian family of Giuseppe and Anna. The characteristic traits of the children are captured and accompany them as they...

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The Man Who Stopped Time

By Joseph M. Orrigo

The Man Who Stopped Time by Joseph M. Orrigo recounts the impactful life of Dr. Elisha Cullen Dick, a physician and intellectual leader of his time. Dr. Dick served in many influential positions throughout his lifetime. His intelligence, leadership, and knowledge led him to become...

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Why Everything You Know about Robin Hood Is Wrong

Featuring a pirate monk, a French maid, and a surprising number of morris dancers (Why Everything You Know ... Is Wrong)
By K C Murdarasi

The character of Robin Hood has delighted readers for centuries with his daring and wit. In his exploits, he often makes fools of corrupt authority figures, but remains true to a hero's honor code. At least, that's the Robin Hood of today's popular culture. But...

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A BONZA Life

The Story of a Baby Boomer
By Brian Murphy

A Bonza Life is a work of non-fiction written in the format of an autobiography by author Brian Murphy. As the title suggests, there is a strong influence of Australian culture on the life of the author, but the book also seeks to define and...

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Quest for Eternal Sunshine

A Holocaust Survivor's Journey from Darkness to Light
By Mendek Rubin and Myra Goodman

Quest for Eternal Sunshine: A Holocaust Survivor's Journey from Darkness to Light by Mendek Rubin and Myra Goodman is an inspiring memoir about the human will to survive. Mendek Rubin immigrated to America in 1946 at the age of 21. He had survived three years...

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Images of Cuba

By Wayne Gerard Trotman

Images of Cuba by Wayne Gerard Trotman captures the diversity of the culture, people, and customs of Cuba passed down from their African, Spanish, French, and Asian ancestors and have made Cubans the people they are. The author's love for the country reflects in the...

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No Rules

A Memoir
By Sharon Dukett

The year is 1971 and sixteen-year-old Sharon is sick and tired of the life she is living. With parents that control her every move in life and deny her the choice to attend college because she’s a female, she decides to run away with her...

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