Every Reason to Fail

The Unlikely Story of Miss Montana and the D-Day Squadron
By Bryan Douglass

Every Reason to Fail by Bryan Douglass is a mind-blowing, incredible non-fiction book centered around Miss Montana and the D-Day Squadron. Beginning with the creation of N24320 in 1944, this book tells of an exceptional military aircraft that was built too late to serve in...

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To Every Page a Turning

One Life's Journey
By Carl Buccellato

To Every Page a Turning: One Life's Journey by Carl Buccellato is a memoir-like account of the life and spiritual journey of the author, from his childhood doo bop days in Brooklyn to his current retirement in Florida and all the dramatic hills and valleys...

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Vector to Destiny

Journey of a Vietnam F-4 Fighter Pilot
By George W. Kohn

George W. Kohn’s Vector to Destiny: Journey of a Vietnam F-4 Fighter Pilot is an incendiary true-to-life tale about patriotism, duty, and loyalty. It chronicles Kohn’s war experience as a jet fighter pilot in Vietnam. This is the story of one determined kid with humble...

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Dancing with my Father

His hidden past. Her quest for truth. How Nazi Vienna shaped a family's identity. (Holocaust Survivor True Stories WWII)
By Jo Sorochinsky

With layers of intrigue and deep background of the Nazi 1930s on through WWII, Jo Sorochinsky reveals the poignant reality of her father’s hidden past and her own heritage in Dancing With My Father. The title evokes the delicate process that Jo focuses on to...

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All Present and Accounted For

The 1972 Alaska Grounding of the U.S. Coast Guard Jarvis and the Heroic Efforts that Saved the Ship
By Steven J Craig

All Present And Accounted For is the saga of the Coast Guard Cutter Jarvis and the heroic efforts of its crew in the 1972 near loss of the ship and all hands. Steven J. Craig has crafted an excellent history of the Coast Guard, centered...

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God's Dogs

By Kenneth Messner

If you love dogs, you will love Kenneth Messner’s book, God’s Dogs. This inspiring book is in answer to Kenneth’s wife’s question about dogs being in heaven. Kenneth developed this book as his explanation and understanding of dogs in heaven. He is a master storyteller,...

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They Called Him Marvin

By Roger Stark

They Called Him Marvin is a work of non-fiction in the historical, biography, and family history sub-genres, and was penned by author Roger Stark. The work is intended for the general adult reading audience and contains some very mild references to adult themes and wartime...

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Why the Samurai Lost Japan

A Study in Miscalculation and Folly
By John D Beatty

Why the Samurai Lost Japan: A Study in Miscalculation and Folly, co-authored by John D. Beatty and Lee A. Rochwerger, tells the history of the samurai class and fighting spirit from the 1100s to the end of the Second World War, with particular focus on...

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Liberty-Loving Lafayette

How ‘America’s Favorite Fighting Frenchman’ Helped Win Our Independence
By Dorothea Jensen

In the wonderfully conceived and magnificently presented Liberty-Loving Lafayette: How 'America’s Favorite Fighting Frenchman' Helped Win Our Independence, Dorothea Jensen presents her theme in visuals and verse, alternating them page by page as she traces Gilbert’s (Lafayette’s) dedicated involvement in America’s Revolutionary War. The visuals...

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So Long Bob

A Pennsylvania Farm Boy's Letters Home from the War
By Brian Berkey

The title So Long Bob: A Pennsylvania Farm Boy's Letters Home from the War perfectly describes what this book is about. Shortly before the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor, Bob Berkey, who lived in a small town in Pennsylvania, was drafted and served his country. This...

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