Non-Fiction - Historical

Electric Ancient Egyptians

Manipulating Atomic Structure With Human Electricity (revised 3rd edition)
By James Ernest Brown

What did the early Egyptians know about electricity? Is it possible that they understood the concept of atomic energy? In the thought-provoking book Electric Ancient Egyptians: Manipulating Atomic Structure with Human Electricity by James Ernest Brown, these topics are considered and hypothesized. Using the substantial...

"Tonight We Fly!"

The Soviet Night Witches of WWII
By Claudia Hagen

“Tonight We Fly!” The Soviet Night Witches of WWII by Claudia Hagen is a gripping story that explores the presence of three Soviet women and the amazing role they played in WWII. They were known as the Soviet Night Witches, and they left a significant...

Sketches of a Black Cat

Story of a night flying WWII pilot and artist
By Ron Miner

Sketches of a Black Cat by Ron Miner is a non-fiction military book that would appeal most to a mixed audience of young adults and adults who enjoy learning more about World War II and the Navy Black Cats. The book is a first person...

Somewhere the Sun is Shining

Look for the Silver Lining
By Alexis R. Strong

A beautiful title for a gritty memoir, Somewhere the Sun is Shining: Look for the Silver Lining by Alexis R. Strong is a spellbinding memoir that succinctly captures the events that took place during the Second World War, with most of its setting in the...

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Fire in Middle

Mystery of the Great Pyramid Solved
By James Ernest Brown

Fire in Middle: Mystery of the Great Pyramid Solved is a nonfiction speculative work written by James Ernest Brown. Brown has been studying the pyramids of Egypt for over forty years. His research has led him to believe that the commonly held theory that the...

Survivor

The Benny Turner Story
By Benny Turner with Bill Dahl

Survivor: The Benny Turner Story by Benny Turner (with Bill Dahl) is the autobiography of blues musician Benny Turner, the younger half-brother to blues legend Freddie King. Benny’s journey begins in Texas in the sunset of 1939 with an overview of his family history, delving...

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The Biblical Job

A Paragon of Piety and Excellence
By Ronke Ruth Alao

The Biblical Job (A Paragon of Piety and Excellence) is an excellent summary of the book of Job. Ronke Ruth Alao breaks Job’s loss down into easily understandable parts and summarizes each one. Starting with the loss of his children, and moving on to his...

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I Had Jelly on My Nose And a Hole in My Breeches

The Memoir of a Boy on His Dangerous Journey
By Robert McNally

Robert McNally tells readers in the introduction to I Had Jelly on My Nose And a Hole in My Breeches that his friends call him “the memory man”, and boy, are they right! What an astounding memory McNally has for times, places, names and...

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Over the Next Horizon

In Retrospect
By Brian D. Ratty

Over the Next Horizon: In Retrospect is a nonfiction memoir, which includes a collection of short fiction and nonfiction articles, written by Brian D. Ratty. Ratty is a published nonfiction and fiction author with a special interest in history; he’s also a retired media executive,...

Dream Stories

Unlocking Your Night Parables
By Michael B. French

Dream Stories: Unlocking Your Night Parables by Michael B. French is a book that will appeal to those who want to understand what their dreams are telling them. This book offers readers a wide range of dream interpretation techniques, allowing readers to understand the underlying...

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