The Secret Rescue

By Cate Lineberry

The Secret Rescue: An Untold Story of American Nurses and Medics Behind Nazi Lines, written by Cate Lineberry, is a deeply researched account of a true experience. Imagine being in WWII as a nurse in a new and every-changing segment of the military. Airplanes are...

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The Constant Outsider

Memoirs of a South Boston Mechanic
By Thomas M. Cirignano

Author Thomas M. Cirignano grew up in the area around Dorchester and South Boston in the '50s. In his book, The Constant Outsider: Memoirs of a South Boston Mechanic, he describes living in the urban area. The author shares his life experiences, making this reviewer...

The Feud

The Hatfields and McCoys: The True Story
By Dean King

Dean King, author of The Feud: The Hatfields and McCoys: The True Story, digs deep into the history of the feud and both families to find the truth behind the legend. The legend begins much like Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet. Rosanna McCoy and Johnse Hatfield...

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Tracks

Memoirs of a Vietnam Veteran
By Clyde Hoch

Clyde Hoch's memoir, Tracks: Memoirs of a Vietnam Veteran, takes the reader through enlistment, boot camp, training, missions and returning home. Clyde Hoch of C Company, First Tank Battalion, First Marine Division, Fleet Marine Force, served in Vietnam for a little over a year in...

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The Zulu Wars

A Brief History
By Andrew Knight

The Zulu Wars - A Brief History by Andrew Knight is about the Anglo-Zulu clash which had its origin in the year 1874. Sir Henry Bartle Frere was appointed as the High Commissioner to South Africa in 1874. His main mission was to bring together...

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The Drug Invasion of West Africa

By Arthur Kobina Kennedy

The Drug Invasion of West Africa by Arthur Kobina Kennedy unfolds when a US President and a British Prime Minister decide to launch a “Global War on Drugs”. Indeed, one can expect the inevitable, especially in Africa. The selfish war will change the country forever...

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Trial by Fire

Tales from the Dawn of the Computer Age
By Stephen M. Buck

"Trial by Fire" by Stephen M. Buck is a memoir by an eyewitness to and participant in the “dawn of the computer age”. The memoir covers his career – his introduction to computers and his ride through the acceleration of computer technology and its introduction...

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The Science of the Quran

Proving God's Existence through Established Modern Science
By Ahmad Hassan

After reading Solomon Huriash’s book on science and Judaism and John L. Leonard’s book on science and Christianity I was curious whether Ahmad Hassan’s on Islam and science was as good. Neither of the three proved to me that God existed, but each made their...

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The Last One

An Orphaned Child Fights to Survive the Killing Fields of Cambodia
By Marin Yann

"The Last One" is Marin Yann's memoir of his life in Cambodia. He was about 5 years old when the Khmer Rouge grabbed power in that country. Marin last saw his father when he was invited to work on a far-away project, and his mother...

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Terry

The Inspiring Story of a Little Girl's Survival as a POW During WWII
By Terry Wadsworth Warne

In "Terry", Terry Wadsworth Warne has written a vivid account of her entrapment in the events of World War II. Born and raised in the Philippines, she had an idyllic life until the bombing of Pearl Harbor. As America was unable to evacuate all the...

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