Parisian Life

Adventures in The City of Light
By Edith Szmuklerz

Life-long Parisian and licensed tour guide Edith de Belleville recounts her past experiences living in the City of Love with her captivating memoir, Parisian Life. In this book, de Belleville tells some memorable stories from her life interacting with people from various countries and fellow...

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Psycosmos - A Synthesis on Human History & Spirituality

A Collection of Knowledge for Understanding the Universe
By Matthew Lamoureux, Richard McPherson, Tyler Zacharius, Daniel Scott, Kelly-Marie Kerr

If we took enough time to look into human history with a mind that is open to learning from our ancestors, instead of just seeing them as less civilized people, what precious gems of knowledge would we unearth? Psycosmos - A Synthesis on Human History...

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Poteet Victory

By J. Robert Keating

Poteet Victory by J. Robert Keating is a non-fiction biography about the acclaimed modern artist of the same name. Born in Oklahoma with the given name of Robert Poteet, the culture, tribal history, and immense influence his paternal Choctaw-Cherokee grandmother, Willie Victory, had on his...

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Passport To Hiroshima

The Unthinkable, Inspiring Journey of a Japanese-American Family Based on a True Story
By Rita Kano

Passport to Hiroshima: The Unthinkable, Inspiring Journey of a Japanese-American Family (Based on a True Story), co-authored by Toshiharu and Rita Kano, memorializes the story of a family of Japanese descent who, seemingly miraculously, survived the dropping of the atomic bomb, ironically enough nicknamed “Little...

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Place Names

Their Origin and Meanings
By Mark Emory Adams

Place Names: Their Origin and Meanings by Mark Emory Adams does exactly what the author says it will do. It is a sourcebook for the origin of names of countries, states, and cities as well as interesting geographical facts. Adams compiled his lists after researching...

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Plato's Caribbean Atlantis

A Scientific Explanation of Plato's Atlantis Story
By Dr PP Flambas

Is the island of Atlantis a story that originated thousands of years ago as a fable to entertain and serve as a moral tale? Or is it an actual land lost in the mists of time? Plato's Caribbean Atlantis (A Scientific Explanation of Plato's Atlantis...

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Pine Gap

Close to God’s Ear: NSA Eavesdropping Memoirs
By David Rosenberg

Pine Gap: Close to God’s Ear: NSA Eavesdropping Memoirs by David Rosenberg is the non-fiction memoir and compilation of experiences from his time as an insider within the titular organization. To emphasize the significance of Rosenberg's tell-all, the book begins with a disclaimer from the...

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Papa and Mama Said

Full of Dare County Folklore
By Lucinda Gallop Baum

Papa and Mama Said: Full of Dare County Folklore by Lucinda Gallop Baum is a non-fiction memoir or autobiography about the life and experiences of Lucinda growing up in the '30s and '40s of rural America. Papa and Mama Said is written in a...

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Part of the Family

Christadelphians, the Kindertransport, and Rescue from the Holocaust
By Jason Hensley

Part of the Family: Christadelphians, the Kindertransport, and Rescue from the Holocaust, Volume 1 by Jason Hensley is an ongoing project by the author, an attempt to catalog the lives and experiences of the Jewish refugees who were sheltered by Christadelphians during the 1930s and...

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Prunes for Breakfast

One Man's War Based on a True Story
By John Searancke

Prunes for Breakfast: One Man’s War Based on a True Story is a memoir by John Searancke. This memoir gives readers a heartfelt glimpse into the life of the author’s father, Eddie Searancke, during the war years of 1940-1945. Eddie had led a leisurely life...

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