A Last Chapter of the Greatest Generation

The Life and Family of Colonel Frederic A. Stone, M.D. Author, Doctor, Missionary and Friend to Humanity
By Judson I Stone

A Last Chapter of the Greatest Generation is a work of non-fiction focused on the military life and subsequent career of Frederic A. Stone and was penned by author Judson I Stone. Subtitled ‘The Life and Family of Colonel Frederic A. Stone, M.D. Author, Doctor,...

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After the Final Curtain

America's Abandoned Theaters
By Matt Lambros

Photographer Matt Lambros can be proud of his photographic book, After the Final Curtain: America's Abandoned Theaters. This lavish collection of pictures shows the conditions of many American theaters after they closed to the public. Built in the 20th century as beautiful and elegant fortresses,...

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Arabesque: Dancing on the Edge in Los Angeles

A "DEATH DANCE DESTINY" Memoir V.1
By Cherie Magnus

There are real-life events that can be told like novels. They have so much joy, sorrow, and emotion that it is enough to pick up a pen and let the memories flow to tell a delightful story. This is the impression you have when you...

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A Gift from the Enemy

A True Story of Escape in War-time Italy
By Enrico Lamet

A Gift From the Enemy (A True Story of Escape in War-time Italy) by Enrico Lamet takes the reader into the author's boyhood during the hard and perilous times of World War II. Born to a Jewish mother and father, Lamet started his life with...

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Abandoned in Hell

The Fight For Vietnam's Firebase Kate
By William Albracht, Marvin Wolf

I have read a lot of books about war, from ancient battles to the present. I like them maybe because I am a veteran myself. But none has moved me, none has taken me there and made me as proud to be an American fighting...

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A Swedish Adventure in America

Daybook Journals of Albrekt Lundquist 1910-1924
By Albrekt Lundquist/Linda Lundquist Molitor

A Swedish Adventure in America: Daybook Journals of Albrekt Lundquist 1910-1924 by Albrekt Lundquist and Linda Lundquist Molitor is a biography that captures the journey of a twenty-year-old young man leaving Sweden for greener pastures in the United States during the early 1900s. Follow this...

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A Last Survivor of the Orphan Trains

A Memoir
By William Walters and Victoria Golden

A Last Survivor of the Orphan Trains is a work of memoir non-fiction penned by co-authors William Walters and Victoria Golden. This inspiring tale takes a deep and personal look into the life of William Walters, who was one of the thousands of orphans loaded...

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A Study of Household Spirits of Eastern Europe

Spirits and Creatures Series
By Ronesa Aveela

A Study of Household Spirits of Eastern Europe by Ronesa Aveela is the first book in the Spirits and Creatures series. Taken from tales originating as Christian and pagan, Aveela compiles a collection of nine influential spirits: Kikimora, Domovoi, Stopan, Talasum, Smok, Bannik, Ovinnik, Dvorovoi,...

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A Holocaust Memoir of Love & Resilience

Mama's Survival from Lithuania to America
By Ettie Zilber

A Holocaust Memoir of Love & Resilience is a compelling book written by Dr. Ettie Zilber, the daughter of the story’s heroine, Zlata. We relive Zlata’s horrific ordeal during the Nazi invasion, her almost miraculous survival, and her reunification with what family remained. She leads...

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Adoption History 101

An Orphan's Research
By Janine Myung Ja

In Adoption History 101: An Orphan's Research, author and adoption rights activist Janine Myung Ja uncovers the ugly underbelly of the modern world-wide adoption industry and recounts some of the heartbreaking and even shocking truths about historical adoption movements and programs. In a well-researched, well-referenced...

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