Big Mike, Uncle Dan, and Me

How I Beat 20th Century New York State’s Most Corrupt Political Machine
By Dr. Paul Van Buskirk

Big Mike, Uncle Dan, and Me: How I Beat 20th Century New York State's Most Corrupt Political Machine by Dr. Paul Van Buskirk is a political memoir that captures a strong moment in US politics - how a college professor and engineer beat the odds...

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Behind the Camera

American Women Photographers Who Shaped How We See the World
By Maria Ausherman

The history of photography has been sadly overlooked by many. It’s difficult to realize that the quick recordings of life, the selfies, and touristy shots, all made on cell phones, were once a matter of planning, heavy equipment, unreliable lighting, and waiting for the film...

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Buying Disney's World

The Story of How Florida Swampland Became Walt Disney World
By Aaron H. Goldberg

In Buying Walt Disney’s World, Aaron H. Goldberg takes the reader into a world most people have just heard rumors about. You will have your eyes opened to the massive amount of work that went into the project that culminated in the opening of Walt...

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Bellwether Blues

A Conservative Awakening of the Millennial Soul
By Jonathan R Jakubowski

Bellwether Blues: A Conservative Awakening of the Millennial Soul by Jonathan R Jakubowski is a spellbinding book that combines political and social commentary with personal stories to demonstrate how millennial voters, who have been out of reach to conservatives, are shifting their choices from the...

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Black Flag Journals

One Soldier's Experience in America's Longest War
By Dennis John Woods

Written to explain at least some of the war against terrorism for the layperson (with it being dedicated to his daughter) and to recall the war for his fellow combatants and veterans, Black Flag Journals: One Soldier’s Experience in America’s Longest War tells the story...

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Blogging the Plague

Camus, Covid-19, and the Current Chaos
By Peter Vernezze

Blogging the Plague: Camus, Covid-19, and the Current Chaos by Peter Vernezze examines current-day COVID-19 dynamics through the lens of Albert Camus' 1947 classic novel, The Plague, about a small town in Algeria that is devastated by a plague transmitted from animals to humans. During...

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Behind the Red Veil

An American Inside Gorbachev’s Russia
By Frank Thoms

Behind the Red Veil: An American Inside Gorbachev's Russia by Frank Thoms gives glimpses of the author's travels to the Soviet Union and the other layer that exists there which he terms 'the red veil' - the face of Communism that Russia projects to the...

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Bethlehem, the Year Jesus Was Born

Unwrapping the Theology Behind Christmas (Organic Faith Book 2)
By Scott Douglas

Bethlehem, the Year Jesus Was Born: Unwrapping the Theology Behind Christmas is a work of non-fiction focusing on religion, history, and theology, and was penned by author Scott Douglas. The second book in the Organic Faith series, this concise standalone read is packed with an...

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Between the Cypress and the Stars

Van Gogh's life through Perspectives
By Josephine Smith

Josephine Smith's historical fiction novel Between the Cypress and the Stars: Van Gogh's life through Perspectives is a re-imagining of the life of the artistic genius Vincent Van Gogh. The novel focuses on the last years of Van Gogh's life from 1888 -1890 when he...

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Beyond the Holocaust

An Immigrant's Search for Identity
By Sylvie Heyman

Sylvie Heyman’s remarkable memoir, Beyond the Holocaust: An Immigrant's Search for Identity, details her family’s journey of leaving Belgium with the hope of living in the US during the Second World War. Born in 1938, Heyman was only a toddler when her immediate and extended...

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