Out of Rushmore's Shadow

The Luigi Del Bianco Story – An Italian Immigrant's Unsung Role as Chief Carver
By Lou Del Bianco

Out of Rushmore's Shadow by Lou Del Bianco is the true story of a 25-year struggle to give a charismatic and talented Italian immigrant, Luigi Del Bianco, the recognition he deserved as Chief Carver on the iconic Mount Rushmore National Memorial, one of America's grandest...

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Orwell, Two Guinea Pigs, A Cat and A Goat and Other Essays

By Tim Dalgleish

As the title more than hints at, Tim Dalgleish’s Orwell, Two Guinea Pigs, a Cat and a Goat and Other Essays is an eclectic and wide-ranging collection of writings by the British playwright-poet-essayist-editor and actor. In the more than two dozen pieces comprising the book,...

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Outcry

Holocaust Memoirs
By Manny Steinberg

“I have thrown off the shackles that have held me prisoner since I was liberated from the concentration camps in Europe. At last I have complete freedom in body, mind, and soul. Sharing my story has helped me to put life into perspective. I am...

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Over the Next Horizon

In Retrospect
By Brian D. Ratty

Over the Next Horizon: In Retrospect is a nonfiction memoir, which includes a collection of short fiction and nonfiction articles, written by Brian D. Ratty. Ratty is a published nonfiction and fiction author with a special interest in history; he’s also a retired media executive,...

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Ocean Ablaze

War Reaches the Outer Banks
By Carlton Harrell

Oceans Ablaze: War Reaches the Outer Banks tells the true story of Nazi submarines off the East Coast of the United States during WWII. It chronologically details the Navy's often slow response to the dangers ships faced within the U.S. coastal waters. Ships carrying raw...

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Odes on Ali

A Tribute to the Greatest
By David A. Bates

Odes on Ali: A Tribute to the Greatest is a collection of sports poetry written by David A. Bates. Bates introduces his work with an autobiographical account of his personal recollections of Ali's bouts as well as what he calls Ali's "pre-fight antics", and he...

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One Hundred Poems of Tukaram

By Chandrakant Kaluram Mhatre

One Hundred Poems of Tukaram, translated by Chandrakant Mhatre, is a wonderful collection of poetry by a famous Indian saint, Tukaram. The book features an introduction which describes the style, context, and language of Tukaram's poetry. The context covers the deity he worshipped, main events...

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Once Upon a War

The Diary of a Waiting Wife
By Joan Diehl

Once Upon a War by Joan Diehl is a true story of one woman’s account of the Vietnam War. Only this time, it’s told from the point of view of the wife left behind when her husband goes off to war. Joan and her husband,...

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Our Experience, Ourselves

How Experience Came to be Valued so Highly by People in the West
By Lyn Paul Relph

Our Experience, Ourselves by Lyn Paul Relph is a history of how we experience events. Starting with the earliest cultures, the author uses historical examples of how people interpret events and how they then gain experience (both positive and negative) from those events. At first,...

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On Seng Poh Road

By Stephen Black

Tiong Bahru, Singapore. This piece of writing introduces readers to a short history of this part of Singapore - more specifically from the Japanese occupation of Singapore in World War Two to communist Singapore. It uses Seng Poh Road as its focal point to demonstrate...

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