Bleeding Blue

A History of Line of Duty Deaths in the NYPD
By George P. Norris

Since its inception dating back to 1845, the New York City Police Department has had its share of both troubles and achievements. The difficulties included occupational hazards, political interference, and the ever-changing dynamics of crime and terrorism. Other factors involve balancing public safety with civil...

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Baikonur Man

Space, Science, American Ambition, and Russian Chaos at the Cold War's End
By Barry L Stoddard

Baikonur Man: Space, Science, American Ambition, and Russian Chaos at the Cold War’s End by Barry L Stoddard is a non-fiction drama set against the backdrop of the Cold War. The story is about an American start-up forging a secret deal to place American scientific...

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By A River, On A Hill

By John Durbin Husher

By A River, On A Hill by John Durbin Husher is a memoir of the author and his twin brother. John “Jay” Husher and Lee Kenneth “Kenny” Husher wanted more from life and they were not afraid to go after it. The story opens in...

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By George, He Did It!

A True Scholar's Autobiography
By George R Hall

By George, He Did It! A True Scholar's Autobiography by George R Hall is an inspiring story that chronicles the life and career of an extraordinary man. George Ralph Hall was born in 1936 to a poor closely-knit African American family in Wyoming, Ohio. The...

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Building High-Trust CommUNITY

Lessons Learned from the Past and the Year 2020
By Pamela Shockley-Zalabak and Sherwyn Morreale

Building High-Trust CommUNITY argues that America's conflicts result from a distrust in society and politics. It begins by examining people and trust in a historical context covering the period from Abraham Lincoln to the COVID pandemic. The book reviews trust at an individual level and...

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Bigfoot, UFO's and the Paranormal

True Encounters
By Paul G Buckner

Bigfoot, UFO's and the Paranormal: True Encounters by Paul G. Buckner is a compilation of interviews, personal experiences, and Native American lore centered on sharing strange encounters. Have you ever felt a presence lurking behind you or witnessed something you can't explain? This question serves...

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Brooklyn's Most Wanted

The Top 100 Criminals, Crooks and Creeps from the County of the Kings
By Craig McGuire

“Welcome to the county of the kings, now watch your back!” begins the countdown of the most infamous 100 citizens in the history of Brooklyn. In Brooklyn's Most Wanted: The Top 100 Criminals, Crooks and Creeps from the County of the Kings by Craig McGuire,...

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Bury Him

A Memoir of the Viet Nam War
By Captain Doug Chamberlain

Captain Doug Chamberlain was "living the dream" as a teacher and coach when he got drafted into the United States Army but instead enlisted into the Marine Corp. in the spring of 1965—which led to an experience he would remember and puzzle over for decades....

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Broken Alliances

Inside the Rise and Fall of a Global Automotive Empire
By Carlos Ghosn, Philippe Riès

Broken Alliances: Inside the Rise and Fall of a Global Automotive Empire by Carlos Ghosn and Philippe Riès is a fascinating insider’s look at one of the greatest business scandals of the new millennium. Like many others, when I read of Ghosn’s arrest in Japan,...

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Battle Carried

Imperial Japanese Tiger Art Good Luck Flags of World War Two
By Michael A. Bortner

Some books broaden the horizons of those who read them, introducing them to subjects they had previously ignored. This happened to me with Battle Carried: Imperial Japanese Tiger Art Good Luck Flags of World War Two by Michael A. Bortner. Battle Carried is the second...

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