Robert Preston

Forever the Music Man
By Debra Warren

Robert Preston: Forever the Music Man by Debra Warren is a biography of Robert Preston, an American actor who performed both on stage and in film, and served during World War II as an intelligence officer with the former United States Army Air Forces. Warren...

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Indian Annie

A Grandmother's Story
By Sally Avery Bermanzohn

Indian Annie by Sally Avery Bermanzohn is a historical fiction novel that sheds light on the actual plight of Native American tribes in the 19th century. In 1890, Ned Ridge, a scribe, started recording his aunt's life story on paper on her behalf. Indian Annie...

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The Battle for Sicily's Soul

The rise of the Mafia and the fight to free Sicily from its evil tyranny
By Claudine Cassar

The Battle for Sicily's Soul: The Rise of the Mafia and the Fight to Free Sicily from its Evil Tyranny by Claudine Cassar is a must-read historical nonfiction book. It focuses on the Sicilian Mafia and gives a deeper understanding of the origin of the...

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Love and Kisses, Charlie

WWII Letters from a Jewish-American Serviceman
By Joshua Gerstein

Love and Kisses, Charlie: WWII Letters from a Jewish-American Serviceman by Joshua Gerstein is a non-fiction compilation of actual correspondence between the years of 1943-1946 by a young man named Charles “Charlie” Fletcher and his family. The conveyance of life within these written pieces of...

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Crisis In the West

The Attempt to Destroy Christian Civilization
By Gerald Rahelich

Crisis In the West: The Attempt to Destroy Christian Civilization is a work of non-fiction focused on history and religion. It is suitable for the general adult reading audience and was penned by author Gerald Rahelich. In this epic tome that does exactly what it...

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One Man's Europe

By Gordon Nicholas

“Why do we travel?” It’s an age-old question, one that faces all of us at one time or another. Some of us travel far; others merely to the next village, but we all travel somewhere, at some time in our lives. And, what we see...

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Moments In Time

Stories About Artists & Songs Of The 50s, 60s, And 70s. For Fans Of Music ... From A Music Fan
By Tom Locke

A simple formula of introducing a song, the rest of the story, the QR code, and the song. Simple and also effective in bringing interesting information about some of the songs we know, and many we have never heard. That’s the beauty of Tom Locke’s...

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Send Down the Master in Person

Reflections on Adolf Eichmann
By A. Keith Carreiro

Send Down the Master in Person: Reflections on Adolf Eichmann by A. Keith Carreiro begins with the author's exquisite poem about "The Greatest Generation" or World War II era soldiers, families, victims, and others living and dying in the shadow of the Holocaust and Adolf...

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Shadows of the Acropolis

By Richard C. Lyons

The founding fathers of the world’s most powerful nation − the United States of America − were both objective and precise about the form of government and its workings when they drafted the American constitution. They intended that a representative government would control the state,...

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Operation George

A Gripping True Crime Story of an Audacious Undercover Sting
By Mark Dickens, Stephen Bentley

“They associate, infiltrate, befriend their target, and covertly gather evidence for a future day of reckoning,” writes author Mark Dickens with Stephen Bentley with respect to undercover police officers. “The Troubles” cut a swathe of human misery through Northern Ireland for nearly four decades(the 1960s-1998)....

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