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The Real Glory (Bargain Book)

The Real Glory (Bargain Book)

| April 2, 2020

If you want to learn more about the most inspirational moments in sport, then keep reading… Injuries, illness, personal torment and lack of motivation are a part of life and athletes are no exception. As a sports fan, you know many careers are shipwrecked on these rocks while others have been defined by them. Against […]

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Individualist Manifesto

Individualist Manifesto

| April 1, 2020

Are you tired of politics? Are you tired of the constant left and right, with one or the other forced on you? Are you tired of an ever-growing government? imposing increasingly strict and opinionated laws, raising taxes, and making decisions for you? Are you tired of navigating through complex political beliefs, identity politics, and political […]

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Rendezvous

Rendezvous

| March 30, 2020

D-Day, the most risky invasion of World War II. Sergeant Flanagan and his platoon land with tens of thousands of Allied soldiers on Omaha Beach. Their reward? A suicide mission deep behind D-Day lines. Their mission? Locate a secret German army group which threatens to throw the invasion back into the sea. They fight their […]

Tales of Mystery Unexplained

Tales of Mystery Unexplained

| March 29, 2020

Tales of Mystery Unexplained….What happened to Elisa Lam, found dead in a water tower atop a hotel roof? Who were the two men who came to see her & what was in the mystery box they gave her? Why did the location of her gravestone match the zip code of a Bookstore, miles away? Why […]

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A Conversation with the Past: Portrait of a Family

A Conversation with the Past: Portrait of a Family

| March 12, 2020

Morris (Moishe) Miller’s Memoir (mmmm) VOLUME II, includes a cast of characters most of whom (if not all) are long gone. Probably the sole survivor, he enables each and every one to tell their stories in their own personal way. This has only been possible because they left behind a wealth of written material which […]

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A Question of Hope

A Question of Hope

| March 4, 2020

Maggie Rose has learned the hard way not to trust men. Broken-hearted and betrayed she leaves home to become a nurse. Six years later, she’s employed in San Francisco, living the life she thought she wanted. Until life throws a massive hitch in her plans in the form of a very handsome architect named Shep. […]

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Missing Since Woodstock

Missing Since Woodstock

| February 28, 2020

Sixteen year old Lisa slips away from home to go to Woodstock and does not return. She leaves her thirteen year old sister, Eve, to cover for her. A drifter, who calls himself Spirit, has persuaded Lisa to go with him to the rock festival. Their widowed mother blames Eve for hiding the truth from […]

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Caligula’s Kitchen

Caligula’s Kitchen

| February 21, 2020

Rome in the 1st Century, C.E. stood astride the narrow world like a Colossus. Unfortunately, the guy in charge was nuttier than a whole warehouse of fruitcakes. And it’s up to head chef Logos to get between Caligula and disaster. In a world where sanity has taken an extended holiday, find out if Logos can […]

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Dianna

Dianna

| February 17, 2020

In 1885, Miss Dianna Brittler has been cast aside by the Manhattan society. After years of refusing willing suitors and more than a handful of successful societal matches, she is mere steps away from spinsterhood. When Dianna stumbles across an advert in the personals begging for a wife to come to the Wyoming territory, a […]

Shattered Lives Broken Dreams: William Cooper and Australian Aborigines Protest Holocaust

Shattered Lives Broken Dreams: William Cooper and Australian Aborigines Protest Holocaust

| February 16, 2020

Can there be new facts about the holocaust? This is one of those rare holocaust stories of resistance to the holocaust by Australian Aborigines – a world away from the fray. They were not even citizens in their own land but, after Kristallnacht, made a brave stand. William Cooper led the Australian Aborigines League in […]

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