The Messenger

The True Story of a Boy Caught in the Aftermath of the Hatfield-McCoy Feud
By Claude L. Chafin

The Messenger: The True Story of a Boy Caught in the Aftermath of the Hatfield-McCoy Feud by Claude L. Chafin is an engaging biography that revolves around Andrew Lee Chafin who was the link between the elder Hatfield and his sons from the age of...

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The Obelisk and the Cross

An Alternative History of God, Myth and Meaning in the Western World
By Tony Sunderland

In his stimulating work The Obelisk and the Cross, Tony Sunderland undertakes the academic’s most daunting challenge: to convey without ponderous explications or brittle simplifications the entire history of a subject – in this case, the evolution of religious thought – as it pertains to...

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The Great Successor

Kim Jong Un: A Political Cartoon, An Epic Comic of the Dark Kingdom and the Passing of Power to a Third Kim
By Tae Keung Ha

“I hope this book makes at least a small contribution to accurately publicizing the true nature of the young successor, of whom little is known.” Ha Tae Keung. The Great Successor - Kim Jong Un: A Political Cartoon is a comic book detailing the succession to...

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The Truth About Family

A Novel Inspired by True Events
By Victoria Ichizli-Bartels

The Truth About Family by Victoria Ichizli-Bartels is a no frills, very directly written story about a young man from the Ukraine during World War II. He is looking back on his life and trying to find the family he was separated from, but doesn’t...

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The Forum Files

The Stories Behind The Richmond Forum
By Ray McAllister

The Forum Files: The Stories Behind The Richmond Forum by Ray McAllister is a colorful, illustrative story of how The Richmond Forum (Richmond, Virginia) came to be one of the most prestigious and highly attended speaker's forums worldwide. Just in glancing at the table of...

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The Hand of Faith Story

By Bep Hillier

The Hand of Faith Story by author Bep Hillier is a journal-like book depicting the incredible tale of the largest gold nugget in existence, found in Australia by Kevin and Bep Hillier. The story begins with Kevin and Bep’s travels in a mobile home with...

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The Fethafoot Chronicles

Nyarla and the Circle of Stones
By Pemulwuy Weeatunga

Nyarla and the Circle of Stones is the first book in The Fethafoot Chronicles by Pemulwuy Weeatunga. At the time of the big invasion by the Ghost people, Bidjigal warrior Pemulwuy of Eora Country led his clan to victory in a 12-year war against the...

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To Where I Have Been & From Where I Came

How To Gatecrash a Party
By Geoffrey Higges

In a fascinating account of a man who has lived a full and adventurous life, To Where I Have Been & From Where I Came is the autobiography of author Geoffrey Higges. Follow his life in reverse chronological order, an incredibly unique touch in a...

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The Civil War Soldiers' Orphan Schools of Pennsylvania 1864-1889

An Untold Story
By Dr. O. David Gold

Meticulously researched and comprehensively annotated, this volume of neglected Americana history, The Civil War Soldiers’ Orphan Schools of Pennsylvania 1864-1899, heavily illustrated with fascinating photographs, drawings, and period documents, is particularly well-attended to by its author Dr. O. David Gold. In a somewhat disingenuous introduction...

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