On Sunny Days We Sang

A Holocaust Story of Survival and Resilience (Holocaust Survivor True Stories WWII)
By Jeannette Grunhaus de Gelman

On Sunny Days We Sang: A Holocaust Story of Survival and Resilience (Holocaust Survivor True Stories WWII) is a work of non-fiction in the historical and memoir subgenres. It is best suited to the general adult reading audience and was penned by Jeannette Grunhaus de...

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One Man's Europe

By Gordon Nicholas

“Why do we travel?” It’s an age-old question, one that faces all of us at one time or another. Some of us travel far; others merely to the next village, but we all travel somewhere, at some time in our lives. And, what we see...

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Operation George

A Gripping True Crime Story of an Audacious Undercover Sting
By Mark Dickens, Stephen Bentley

“They associate, infiltrate, befriend their target, and covertly gather evidence for a future day of reckoning,” writes author Mark Dickens with Stephen Bentley with respect to undercover police officers. “The Troubles” cut a swathe of human misery through Northern Ireland for nearly four decades(the 1960s-1998)....

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One

An Intellectual Odyssey to Rediscover the Most Powerful Being in the Universe-YOU
By Jerome Michael McLaughlin

One: An Intellectual Odyssey to Rediscover the Most Powerful Being in the Universe - You, by Jerome Michael McLaughlin, presents history, philosophy, and psychology in simple words. You are slowly pushed to the edge of humanity throughout and then brought back from it. With a...

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On Becoming Me

Memoir of an 80's Teenager
By Kirsten Hegberg Pursell

As the title suggests, On Becoming Me: Memoir of an 80's Teenager by Kirsten Hegberg Pursell is a memoir of a Gen Ex teenager. It is a diary-style memoir that chronicles her life from 1977 to 1986. As the story unravels, we get to know...

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One More Season

The Birth of Football's Spread Offense
By Lorin Fife

One More Season: The Birth of Football's Spread Offense by Lorin Fife pays tribute to how a high school football coach changed the face of a game that became America’s national pastime. Puking on the football field during a match was embarrassing enough, but that...

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Ordinary People, Extraordinary Elections

A Memoir of International Democracy Builders (Ordinary People Trilogy Book 2)
By Lois Ann Nicolai

Ordinary People, Extraordinary Elections: A Memoir of International Democracy Builders (Ordinary People Trilogy Book 2) by Lois Ann Nicolai is a continuation of the amazing journey of this former Indiana farmer’s wife who reinvented her life after her husband’s tragic death. Setting out on a...

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On Parr

The Stunning Combat Missions of American Fighter Ace Colonel Ralph Parr
By Ken Murray

Colonel Ralph Parr was a highly decorated combat pilot in the United States Air Force. His career spanned three conflicts, from World War II flying the piston engine P-38 Lightning, through the early days of the jet era during the Korean War, to Vietnam in...

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Our Godless Universe

Natural Selection and the Spiritual Search for Meaning Without Religion or Supernaturalism
By Tony Sunderland

Most people believe our universe was either created supernaturally by a divine entity or that everything exists as the result of natural occurrences devoid of any creative, organizing force. But could there be another explanation for how things came to be? Could it be that...

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On Being Great Again

A Surgeon, A Soldier, A Family Man, Jack J. Caleca, MD
By Diane Campbell Green

Jack Caleca, MD was a medical doctor serving in the Pacific during World War II. He was stationed on many of the islands and even has a picture of himself with the Enola Gay. This puts him in the middle of the action that led...

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