Non-Fiction - Historical

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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Doppelganger

The Legend of Lee Harvey Oswald
By George Schwimmer PhD

Doppelganger by George Schwimmer PhD brings back to life the Oswald we think we know, Harvey, to tell us what really happened to President John F. Kennedy. “Harvey” shares a fascinating story of two Oswalds, one born in Hungary, Harvey, and one born in New...

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Raising Cain

The Plight of the Black Male in America
By Greg Salter

Langston Hughes, Richard Wright, and W.E.B. Du Bois are names closely associated with literature that casts a critical look at the color line in very powerful ways. Now, Greg Salter, in his non-fiction book, Raising Cain: The Plight of the Black Male in America, re-examines...

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If I'd a Knowed

A Gay Writer Writes About Writing and Other Stuff
By Tom Beattie

If I'd a Knowed: A Gay Writer Writes About Writing and Other Stuff is a non-fiction collection of memoirs and essays written by Tom Beattie. Beattie always knew he was destined to be a writer and have his works published, but he wasn't quite prepared...

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Plato's Caribbean Atlantis

A Scientific Analysis
By Dr. P. P. Flambas

Our culture seems caught in a never-ending fascination with ancient cultures, civilizations, and places which we know little about. The island of Atlantis is one of these. I have read a lot of stories, books, and comic books centered around Atlantis. Then there are the...

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Jockey Hollow

Where a Forgotten Army Persevered to Win America's Freedom
By Rosalie Lauerman

Jockey Hollow: Where a Forgotten Army Persevered to Win America's Freedom was a pleasure to read and was packed with historical facts and intriguing stories. Jockey Hollow, a lesser-known area from the Revolutionary War era, was indeed worse than Valley Forge. The book explains the...

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