Together Through Korea and Alzheimer's

By Joyce Sorensen

Together Through Korea and Alzheimer's by author Joyce Sorensen is a beautiful retelling of the loving relationship between the author and her husband Dick, through joys and triumphs as well as fear and grief. Joyce and Dick fell in love at just sixteen years old,...

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Theory of Irony

How Jesus Led to Moon Golf
By Erik Von Norden

Theory of Irony: How Jesus Led to Moon Golf by Erik Von Norden is a book covering the history of Christianity in conjunction with the history of the Roman Empire, carrying readers through some key moments, such as historical and biblical facts around Christ’s birth...

Testimony of The Protected

How One Lost Warrior Was Found
By Doug Milliken

Testimony of The Protected: How One Lost Warrior Was Found is a non-fiction military memoir written by Doug Milliken. Milliken’s college deferment did not protect him from the Maine draft board’s notice. After the disastrous Tet Offensive, the draft boards were scrambling to provide the...

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The Biography of Linda

By Clyde Hoch

A Biography of Linda by Clyde Hoch is an intense biography of a young Chinese girl, La Fong, her family and their struggles during the changing times of the mid-1900s. Came the Chinese revolution and La Fong and her family had to escape from 'Red...

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TWSC

A Shrouded Autobiography
By Tenacity

TWSC: A Shrouded Autobiography by Tenacity is an exciting story about the first of the baby boom generation and the dilemmas they faced growing up in the shadow of the “greatest generation.” Having to contend with the Cold War, Communism, the assassinations of America’s greatest...

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The Secret Rescue

By Cate Lineberry

The Secret Rescue: An Untold Story of American Nurses and Medics Behind Nazi Lines, written by Cate Lineberry, is a deeply researched account of a true experience. Imagine being in WWII as a nurse in a new and every-changing segment of the military. Airplanes are...

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The Zulu Wars

A Brief History
By Andrew Knight

The Zulu Wars - A Brief History by Andrew Knight is about the Anglo-Zulu clash which had its origin in the year 1874. Sir Henry Bartle Frere was appointed as the High Commissioner to South Africa in 1874. His main mission was to bring together...

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The Civil War Months

A Month-by-Month Compendium of the War Between the States
By Walter Coffey

Most of us think we know why this country had a civil war. However, there are many misconceptions as to the true reasons why the South wanted to secede from the United States of America. Walter Coffey deftly describes the facts surrounding the Civil War...

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Terry

The Inspiring Story of a Little Girl's Survival as a POW During WWII
By Terry Wadsworth Warne

In "Terry", Terry Wadsworth Warne has written a vivid account of her entrapment in the events of World War II. Born and raised in the Philippines, she had an idyllic life until the bombing of Pearl Harbor. As America was unable to evacuate all the...

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The Imperial Cruise

A Secret History of Empire and War
By James Bradley

In 1905 President Theodore Roosevelt sent a large group of officials on a diplomatic mission to Hawaii, Japan, Philippines, China and Korea. With Roosevelt’s approval Secretary of War, William Howard Taft made a series of secret agreements with the Asians. The agreements were unconstitutional. Alice...

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