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The Incredible True Story of Astronaut Bruce McCandless II and the First Untethered Flight in Space
By Bruce McCandless III

In 1984, Space Shuttle Challenger launched into space. Among the astronauts on board was Bruce McCandless II, a brilliant engineer and aviator. At the time of the flight, McCandless was forty-six years old. He became the first person to complete an untethered spacewalk. Authored by...

What Remains

The Many Ways We Say Goodbye, An Anthology
By Sandi Gelles-Cole and Kenneth Salzmann, editors

What Remains: The Many Ways We Say Goodbye is a non-fiction anthology of the rites and rituals performed at funerals and memorials across the globe. The pieces are written in collaboration with several authors, compiled in a beautiful study of modern anthropology by editors Sandi...

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War Is Personal

Hell, Luck, and Resilience
By Roy Wilkes, Elaine Wilkes

War is Personal by Roy Wilkes and Elaine Wilkes shines a spotlight on Okinawa, a small island 66 miles long, 7 miles wide on average and only 400 miles south of the Japanese Island of Kyushu; the closest stepping stone to Japan during the Second...

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Why Everything You Know about Robin Hood Is Wrong

Featuring a pirate monk, a French maid, and a surprising number of morris dancers (Why Everything You Know ... Is Wrong)
By K C Murdarasi

The character of Robin Hood has delighted readers for centuries with his daring and wit. In his exploits, he often makes fools of corrupt authority figures, but remains true to a hero's honor code. At least, that's the Robin Hood of today's popular culture. But...

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Winging It!

The True Story of How a Passenger Landed an Airplane
By Gregory Harris

Winging It! The True Story of How a Passenger Landed an Airplane by Gregory Harris is an illustrated account of an emergency landing in 2013 at Humberside, England. Three men, two of whom were pilots, planned a day trip using a Cessna from their flying...

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War Babies in a Small Town

Everyone He Met Was His Straight Man
By Fred Hammer

War Babies in a Small Town: Everyone He Met Was His Straight Man by Fred Hammer is a memoir that beautifully captures the spirit of a period that is well defined. Readers are very aware of the baby boomers, the silent generation, and the millenials,...

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Women Who Knew Jesus

By Bonnie Ring

In Women Who Knew Jesus, Dr. Bonnie Ring writes: “When the women of today are introduced to the stories of the encounters of Jesus with women, they often recognize their similarity to those women, feel the impact of that similarity and suddenly regard those women...

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Waratah

From the Ashes of the Vietnam War, Grew a Spirit that would not be Stopped
By Ha-Le Thai

Waratah: From the Ashes of the Vietnam War, Grew a Spirit that would not be Stopped by Ha-Le Thai is the author's story, a tale of courage, heartbreak, and new beginnings with the challenges that come with it. Ha-Le escapes the threat of communism and...

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Walking The Razor's Edge

The Dutchman and The Baron
By Tommy and Hilde Wilkens

Walking The Razor's Edge: The Dutchman and The Baron is a nonfiction history/true crime book written by Tommy and Hilde Wilkens. The hero of this historical drama is the Dutch journalist Willem Oltmans, who dedicated ten years of his life to untangling the complicated...

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When I Return....

Letters from a World War II soldier to his sweetheart on his journey from Baltimore to the Pacific and back
By Allen H. Nauss

When I Return… by Allen Nauss is a captivating story told solely with letters written by Nauss to his fiancée during his time in the U.S. Army during WWII. This is a love story, a comedy, a history, and, most of all, a glimpse into...

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