Hangmen

Hangmen Motorcycle Club
By Dale E Arenson

Hangmen: Riding with an Outlaw Motorcycle Club in the Old Days is a raw and gritty memoir that takes readers into motorcycle gangs in the 60s and 70s. Dale E. Arenson was a high school dropout from a broken family. His two options were enlisting...

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How Russia Became a Zombie State

By Alexey Molchanov

How Russia Became a Zombie State by Alexey Molchanov revolves around the history of Russia through to its contemporary political climate today, and how the author believes the culmination has resulted in the deterioration of a once great empire. Molchanov shares his expertise as a...

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Hidden Demons

Evil Visits A Small New England Town
By Margery B. Metzger

If you are a true crime fan then Hidden Demons: Evil Visits A Small New England Town by Margery B. Metzger will hold your attention from the first page to the last. The author has written in such a way that the reader feels that...

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Hitler's Maladies and Their Impact on World War II

A Behavioral Neurologist's View
By Tom Hutton

Hitler's Maladies and Their Impact on World War II: A Behavioral Neurologist's View by Dr. Tom Hutton is one of the most interesting books I have read about one of the world’s most notorious madmen. Adolf Hitler was a sick man – no matter how...

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How To Write A Historical Novel And Love It

A Beginner’s Guide to Researching, Writing and Publishing a Historical Book
By TL Clark

In How to Write a Historical Novel and Love It: A Beginner’s Guide to Researching, Writing and Publishing a Historical Book, TL Clark asserts: “There is no one way to write a book.” True words, but it’s always helpful to learn what others have...

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How Easy Company Became a Band of Brothers

By Chris Langlois

How Easy Company Became a Band of Brothers is written by Chris Langlois, a Doc Roe grandson, and illustrated by Anneke Helleman. This is a collection of historical events in the life of a band of paratroopers during WWII. These men went from peacetime citizens...

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Hazelet's Journal

A Riveting Alaska Gold Rush Saga
By George Cheever Hazelet, edited by John H. Clark

Hazelet’s Journal: A Riveting Alaska Gold Rush Saga written by George Cheever Hazelet and edited by his great-grandson John H. Clark is a fascinating account of George Cheever Hazelet’s Journal as he hunted for gold in the remote, unforgiving wilderness that was the Alaskan Goldfields...

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Honor Through Sacrifice

The Story of One of America's Greatest Military Leaders
By Robert E Lofthouse

Honor Through Sacrifice: The Story of One of America's Greatest Military Leaders is a biography by Robert E. Lofthouse and chronicles the military life of Gordon J. Lippman. He was an American hero that fought in World War II, the Korean War, and the Vietnam...

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Holocaust Memories

Annihilation and Survival in Slovakia
By Paul Davidovits

Holocaust Memories: Annihilation and Survival in Slovakia by Paul Davidovits is one in the Series Holocaust Survivor Memoirs World War II. Paul starts his memoir by explaining that he and his mother had to flee their home in Slovakia in 1944. The only item his...

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Horses of Europe From Before to Beyond

A Concise History of the Migration of Man's Best Traveling Companion
By Anna B. Joachim

Horses of Europe From Before to Beyond is the first of three books that Anna B. Joachim dedicates to the splendid animals that have been of help and companionship to us humans through the centuries. In this book, the reader will follow the evolution of...

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