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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Where Grass Grows High

And Slavers' Hounds Don't Howl
By Nancy Glenn Powell

Where Grass Grows High: And Slavers' Hounds Don't Howl by Nancy Glenn Powell is a non-fiction book on the life and family of Samuel Glenn, one of her ancestors that lived during the Civil War times. This book follows his story based on the memories...

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Wings of Destiny

Ziaur Rahman Ansari - A Life
By Fasihur Rahman

Wings of Destiny: Ziaur Rahman Ansari - A Life is a biographical work written by author Fasihur Rahman around the life of its title character, Indian union minister Ziaur Rahman Ansari. A man who rose to become part of the council for both Indira Gandhi...

War Nightmares

By Michael Montero

War Nightmares by Michael Montero is a memoir set in Madrid, Spain, in the midst of the bloody Spanish Civil War from 1936 to 1939. A seven-year-old boy is thrust into the struggle between the right-wing Nationals and the ruling left-wing Republican government that...

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Where is Home?

How a Childhood in East Germany during World War II Shaped My Adult Life - 2nd Edition
By Anneros Valensi

Anneros Valensi's Where is Home? How a Childhood in East Germany during World War II Shaped My Adult Life - 2nd Edition is a poignant memoir about a little girl growing up amidst the turmoil of the Second World War. The place is Falkenau in...

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Warrior

From Nazi Occupied Holland to the Jungles of Vietnam...An Immigrant's Story
By Leo Deege

I loved Warrior: From Nazi Occupied Holland to the Jungles of Vietnam...An Immigrant's Story by Leonard Deege. A line from a book I read years ago kept popping into my mind. The Grim Reaper is talking to a man whose soul he is about to...

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With Justice for Some

Politically Charged Criminal Trials of the Early 20th Century That Helped Shape Today's America
By Lise Pearlman

With Justice For Some: Politically Charged Criminal Trials of the Early 20th Century That Helped Shape Today's America by Lise Pearlman is an in-depth look at thirteen of the most socially relevant criminal trials of the early 1900s. Some of them were media events, some...

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We Were Soldiers Too

The Second Korean War - The DMZ Conflict
By Bob Kern

We Were Soldiers Too: The Second Korean War is the third of five books currently available in author Bob Kern's on-going series detailing different theaters of the Cold War. This book is perhaps the most pertinent to our times, as it retells the story...

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Wildflowers and Train Whistles

Stories of a Coal Mining Family
By Lillian Frazer

Wildflowers and Train Whistles: Stories of a Coal Mining Family is a memoir written by Lillian Crone Frazer. Frazer grew up in Minden, West Virginia, a small coal mining camp town, during the 1950s and '60s. She was the youngest of a family with seven...

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