Counting Down Elvis

His 100 Finest Songs
By Mark Duffett

Counting Down Elvis: His 100 Finest Songs by Mark Duffett is a real treat for all Elvis fans who love his enchanting and timeless songs that speak for themselves. The book is a dedication to and a profound appreciation of the music Elvis created and...

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Chernobyl

A Stalkers’ Guide
By Darmon Richter

In 1986, the world watched in horror as an accident in the USSR’s Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant caused the worst radiological crisis in history. For decades after this event, children from the abandoned Exclusion Zone of Chernobyl were welcomed into homes around the world while...

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Classical Considerations

Musings Prompted by the Late John H. Finley, Jr. (Soul*Sparks)
By Steven McFadden

Classical Considerations (Musings prompted by the late Harvard master, John H. Finley, Jr.) by Steven McFadden brings focus to the ancient Greek philosophers and culture that have influenced our modern society in the arts, mathematics, politics, and philosophy. This is accomplished by introducing the reader...

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Canaries Can't Cry

Living with Two Flags in One Heart
By Antonia Burgato

From the very start of this quasi-autobiographical work, Antonia Burgato shows her deep love for the island of Sansego, surrounded by the Adriatic Sea, which was not only her birthplace but also her childhood home. Her intimate acquaintance with the place is told in such...

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Choosing Life

My Father’s Journey in Film from Hollywood to Hiroshima
By Leslie A. Sussan

Choosing Life: My Father’s Journey in Film from Hollywood to Hiroshima by Leslie A. Sussan is a memoir and biography about the author's father, Herbert Sussan, who was tasked in 1946 by the US military to film the horrible after-effects of the Hiroshima and Nagasaki...

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Color-Field Paintings

By Fiore Ai

Color-Field painting first rose to prominence in the 1950s following on from the 1940s Action Painters such as Jackson Pollock and Willem de Kooning. It is the more subtle member of the Abstract Expressionism artistic family but unlike Action Painting, Color-Field gives you an insight...

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Classic Cars of Cuba

By Wayne Gerard Trotman

Classic Cars of Cuba (Photography by Wayne Gerard Trotman) is not just a picture book about cars. It is an appreciation for a people and a culture on the largest island in the Caribbean. This is demonstrated through the images of old internal combustion-powered automobiles...

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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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Confederate Gold

A Modern-day Romp through the Civil War History of Richmond, Virginia
By Penn Miller

Confederate Gold is a work of humorous fiction penned by author Penn Miller, which promises ‘A Modern-day Romp through the Civil War History of Richmond, Virginia’. In the Confederate Capital of the American Civil War, we find ourselves immersed in the world of battle re-enactment...

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Ciao! We're in Africa

By Marisa Parker

Ciao! We're in Africa is a nonfiction biography written by Marisa Parker, which is the sequel to her first book, Goodbye to Italia, that narrated the early lives of the author’s parents; Maria, known as Iucci, and Eugenio Piergiovanni. Her father had fought in the...

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