Forensics

The Science Behind the Deaths of Famous People
By Harry A. Milman

Forensics: The Science Behind the Deaths of Famous People by Harry A. Milman Ph.D. is an unusual book, yet captivating from the first chapter. The author gives an introduction, explaining what brought about the need and interest in forensics, mainly the victims of Jack the...

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Fag Hags, Divas and Moms

The Legacy of Straight Women in the AIDS Community
By Victoria Noe

Fag Hags, Divas and Moms: The Legacy of Straight Women in the AIDS Community by Victoria Noe throws light on the straight women who have had HIV/AIDS and their stories, struggles, and challenges which have often been pushed aside by focusing more on stories from...

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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...

Forgotten and Ignored Vietnam War Veterans

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By PhD. Robert L. McHenry

The stark realities of the Forgotten and Ignored Vietnam War Veterans are expertly exposed by Dr. Robert L. McHenry in this explosive book. The wide-spread use of Agent Orange all over Southeast Asia is a dark secret, even today. Dr. McHenry was exposed to Agent...

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Finding Heaven

I want to believe
By Dana A. Oliver

Finding Heaven by Dana A. Oliver is an eye-opening account of the author's quest for the answer to the question, "Is there life after death?" He then embarks on a mission to find the answers that many of us have asked at one time or...

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Finding St. Lo

A Memoir of War and Family
By Ted Neill, Gordon Edward Cross, Robert Lewis Fowler

Finding St. Lo: A Memoir of War and Family is a collection of writings and photographs from World War II Army medic Gordon Edward Cross (1906 – 1973) and National Guard infantryman Robert Lewis Fowler (1921 – 2006) with the addition of essays and illustrations...

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Friends of the Tsar

Miracles from Petrograd to the Outback
By Jon de Graaff

Friends of the Tsar: Miracles from Petrograd to the Outback – a collection of short stories by Jon de Graaff - is built upon a great premise. Ancestral stories related by the Australian descendant of an old Russian family once close friends of the Tsar....

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Football Flyboy

By Lisa Reinicke

Football Flyboy is a collection of non-fiction materials compiled by author Lisa Reinicke which chronicles the life of a single person: Bill “Buster” Cannon, the flyboy of the work’s title. In this audiobook format, the content is performed by the author, Lisa Reinicke, and also...

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Fortune Favors the Bold

A Woman’s Odyssey through a Turbulent Century
By Theodore Modis

Fortune Favors the Bold: A Woman’s Odyssey through a Turbulent Century by Theodore Modis is a lyrical tale of resilience and romance, set against the backdrop of turbulent political climates and following characters that are rock-solid and likable, a tale with powerful historical references. Theodosia...

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From Hill Town to Strieby

Education and the American Missionary Association in the Uwharrie "Back Country" of Randolph County, North Carolina
By Margo Lee Williams

From Hill Town to Strieby by Margot Lee Williams is an educational book. In 1879, Islay Walden, once a slave, returned to North Carolina as an ordained minister in Southwestern Randolph County. He was also a missionary for the American Missionary Association, living with his...

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