St. Francis and the Christian Life

A Disorderly Parable of the Epistle to the Galatians
By April LouNora Love-Fordham

If you’ve ever asked yourself how best to lead a Christian life, you may find that St. Francis and the Christian Life: A Disorderly Parable of the Epistle to the Galatians by April Love-Fordham is for you. Author Jon M. Sweeney notes in a foreword...

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Living Among the Dead

My Grandmother's Holocaust Survival Story of Love and Strength
By Adena Bernstein Astrowsky

Living Among the Dead: My Grandmother’s Holocaust Survival Story of Love and Strength is written by Adena Bernstein Astrowsky. Mania Lichtenstein, affectionately known as Bubbie, was a Polish Holocaust survivor. Mania/Bubbie was a young Polish Jew when WW2 began. She and her family...

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Boomer Brand Winners & Losers

156 Best & Worst Brands of the 50s and 60s
By Barry Silverstein

Nostalgia is the main underlying theme of Barry Silverstein’s Boomer Brand Winners & Losers: 156 Best & Worst Brands of the 50s and 60s which is full of well-known products from that era. The author has chosen known brands from a variety of categories, with...

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Uncovering Roots

The Rheas of Augusta, Bath and Rockbridge Counties, Virginia
By Lillian Frazer

Uncovering Roots: The Rheas of Augusta, Bath and Rockbridge Counties, Virginia is a genealogical history of the Rhea family. The author, Lillian “Sissy Crone” Frazer, traces the family as far back as the 1680s to Scotland. There, the facts give way to supposition. Rhea family...

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From Innocence to Evil

What Drove Hitler and Stalin
By Csaba Hegyvary

In From Innocence to Evil, author Csaba Hegyvary demonstrates that long before the Second World War and the rise of the Third Reich and Hitler, Josef Stalin had already massacred millions of his own people. Hitler also killed and tortured millions with callous indifference in...

Gun Mania

A New Perspective - What We Must Do to Reduce Shootings, Homicides and Suicides in America
By Bruce D. Thatcher

Gun Mania is a topical work of non-fiction focusing on political implementation and culture and was penned by author Bruce D. Thatcher. Subtitled ‘A New Perspective - What We Must Do to Reduce Shootings, Homicides and Suicides in America’, the work looks at the current...

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Innovation on Tap

Stories of Entrepreneurship from the Cotton Gin to Broadway's Hamilton
By Eric B. Schultz

One of the most interesting history books on entrepreneurs that I have read is Innovation on Tap: Stories of Entrepreneurship from the Cotton Gin to Broadway’s Hamilton by Eric B. Schultz. The stories on each entrepreneur are well crafted and relevant, always emphasizing the impact...

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Out of the Fog

A Hungarian Baptist's Personal Memoir of Immigration, Conversion, and Success in America
By Edwin Lucas Kautz

Out of the Fog: A Hungarian Baptist's Personal Memoir of Immigration, Conversion, and Success in America is a work of non-fiction written in an autobiographical style, and was penned by author Edwin Lucas Kautz. Following the fascinating life story and cultural adjustments of the work’s...

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Dear Hubby of Mine

Home Front Wives in War II
By Diane Phelps Budden

When we think of World War II what most often comes to mind are vicious battles, concentration camps, bombs raining down from the sky, Pearl Harbor and the like. Rarely do we give more than a passing thought to the more mundane aspects of wartime...

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Connecting Texas

True Tales of the People Who Built Our Highways and Bridges
By Gary Scharrer

When we take our cars and go out for a drive, we rarely – maybe never – consider how the road system makes our lives easier. It is even more improbable that we give a thought to those energetic human beings who built the infrastructures...

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