Images of America

Dunmore
By Stephanie Longo

Images of America: Dunmore is a nonfiction historical book written by Stephanie Longo. Longo has been the Dunmore municipal beat reporter for Go Lackawanna, a position she admits some journalists dread. For her, however, the assignment has enabled her to trace her family’s hometown since...

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Alex's Eyes

Hidden Roots (Millcreek Pond)
By Kay Carroll

This historical nonfiction work is extraordinary and heartrending. Author Kay Carroll details the story of her great-grandparents in Alex’s Eyes: A True Story of Hidden Roots. Although Alex had Choctaw Native American, as well as African-American ancestry, his name was not on the Native American...

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Voices From The Pandemic

By Don Helin, Editor

As I write this review in January 2021, we continue to experience the terrible circumstances brought to us by the pandemic, COVID-19. In spite of our individual differences, so many similarities are brought to light in the powerful anthology of memoir articles contained in...

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Bellwether Blues

A Conservative Awakening of the Millennial Soul
By Jonathan R Jakubowski

Bellwether Blues: A Conservative Awakening of the Millennial Soul by Jonathan R Jakubowski is a spellbinding book that combines political and social commentary with personal stories to demonstrate how millennial voters, who have been out of reach to conservatives, are shifting their choices from the...

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The Zodiac Revisited, Volume 1

The Facts of the Case
By Michael F. Cole

The Zodiac Revisited, Volume 1: The Facts of the Case is a nonfiction, true crime book written by Michael F. Cole. The story of the Zodiac Killer is an exceptional one in the pantheon of serial killers. His saga is a mystery that remains unsolved...

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Plato's Caribbean Atlantis

A Scientific Explanation of Plato's Atlantis Story
By Dr PP Flambas

Is the island of Atlantis a story that originated thousands of years ago as a fable to entertain and serve as a moral tale? Or is it an actual land lost in the mists of time? Plato's Caribbean Atlantis (A Scientific Explanation of Plato's Atlantis...

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The Strong Ones

How a Band of Civilian Women Made Their Mark on the Army
By Sara Hammel

The Strong Ones: How a Band of Civilian Women Made Their Mark on the Army is a work of non-fiction in the memoir and biographical sub-genres penned by author Sara Hammel. The work is intended for an adult reading audience and contains reports, interviews, and...

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Legendary Hearts of Horses

By Adrienne Neary

Legendary Hearts of Horses by Adrienne Neary is a non-fiction thesis that takes an in-depth look into the rare 'super-heart' of racehorses, drawing on the famed Secretariat and his heart, which is estimated to weigh a spectacular twenty-two pounds. Neary's primary purpose is to educate...

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Black Flag Journals

One Soldier's Experience in America's Longest War
By Dennis John Woods

Written to explain at least some of the war against terrorism for the layperson (with it being dedicated to his daughter) and to recall the war for his fellow combatants and veterans, Black Flag Journals: One Soldier’s Experience in America’s Longest War tells the story...

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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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