For the Children

A Cold War Escape Story
By Geza Tatrallyay

For the Children: A Cold War Escape Story by Geza Tatrallyay is a suspenseful biography of the author’s family’s escape or odyssey first to Austria and then to Canada from Hungary, in the crucial year of 1956. For the Children is a rich book of...

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Flying With The Enemy

Memoir of a Young Cadet
By Oleg V. Oksevski and George O. Okshewsky

Flying With The Enemy: Memoir of a Young Cadet by Oleg V. Okševski and George O. Okshewsky is an epic of a memoir, the most significant part beginning with Hitler’s attack on Yugoslavia and how the difference between Serbs and Croats played out. In 1942,...

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Freedom Road

An American Family Saga from Jamestown to World War
By Ric Murphy

“Each time the Free People of Color evolved and improved their conditions, new laws were constructed to hold them back and restrict their success.” Ric Murphy’s history of Joan Cornwall and Bob Murphy in Freedom Road is a fascinating journey through America and our treatment...

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First Love

Just Once in a Lifetime: A Memoir
By Violeta Barrett

First Love: Just Once in a Lifetime: A Memoir is a non-fiction memoir written by Violeta Barrett. Barrett was a young career woman when she went on a vacation to Mexico in the summer of 1956. She had been working for an investment firm on...

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Finding Your Crack In The Market

Secrets to Marketing Niche Dominance and Small Business Success
By Mr. Ron Burgess

Finding Your Crack in the Market: Secrets to Marketing Niche Dominance and Small Business Success by Ron Burgess is an educational nonfiction book that explores the many reasons why small businesses that find a niche market are successful. Small businesses are in between the size...

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Founding Zealots

How Evangelicals Created America's First Public Schools, 1783-1865
By Thomas W. Hagedorn

Author Thomas Hagedorn begins his narrative in 1783. Just after the end of the Revolutionary War, the United States had so many debts that it was unable to give back pay to Army officers and enlisted men who had fought during the war, let alone...

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From Trudeau's Canada to Obama's America

A Collection of Informal Email Essays on Public Policy, Personalities and Politics
By Sudha Bhagwat

Sudha Bhagwat's From Trudeau's Canada to Obama's America is an engaging, well-written book. The author shares with the reader a collection of emails exchanged between Abhi, an older brother, and a younger sibling, who is never named. Abhi emails the younger, unidentified sibling questions on...

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Family Legends

From a Lawrence County, Indiana Family
By Sophia Frazier

Family Legends: From a Lawrence County, Indiana Family by Sophia Frazier is a very inspiring book about passing on the family details, history, and moments shared to the next generation of family members, friends, and all those who are associated with that particular family. Many...

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Fips, Bots, Doggeries, and More

Explorations of Henry Rogers' 1838 Journal of Travel from Southwestern Ohio to New York City
By Tracy Lawson

Fips, Bots, Doggeries, and More: Explorations of Henry Rogers’ 1838 Journal of Travel from Southwestern Ohio to New York City is a non-fiction account shared by Tracy Lawson, Henry’s great-great-great-granddaughter. The book is filled with pictures and observations from a journey that was made years...

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Forgotten Hollywood Forgotten History

Starring Great Character Actors of Hollywood's Golden Age
By Manny Pacheco

In "Forgotten Hollywood Forgotten History", Manny Pacheco presents portraits of character actors who were important yet not widely known in the history of cinema in the United States. He ties the works of these actors with events in American and world history, often remarking on...

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