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  • The Reflecting Man - Volume Five

    by D.K.R. Boyd

    This is the fifth and final volume recounting the antic, ribald journey of our loquacious and unreliable narrator, Kurtis De’ath, from the Maritimes in Canada, whose unusual talents led him into the innermost circles of Hitler’s Third Reich and Churchill’s British government.



  • Charity, Change, and Community: Frankford's Swedenborgians and Their Circle Volume I: 1817 - 1875

    by Gail Rodgers McCormick
    Spurred by a family discovery, Gail McCormick embarked on an historical journey to uncover the story of a unique society of Swedenborgians, a Christian sect inspired by the works of eighteenth-century scientist and theologian Emanuel Swedenborg. Unlike most investigations of American Swedenborgianism that have emphasized Swedenborg’s influence on the elite, eccentric, and esoteric, McCormick focuses on the experience and impact of this community of faith in the Northeast Philadelphia neighborhoo... more
  • Utah the Disturbed Land

    by Dave Crosby
    Utah had a tumultuous Past told in its geology
  • L'histoire des rois de France en Roussillon

    by Anton Martin
    Le Roussillon, une région riche en histoire, a joué un rôle significatif dans l'histoire de la France, notamment en ce qui concerne ses rois. De la période du Moyen Âge à nos jours, les rois de France ont laissé leur empreinte sur Roussillon de bien des façons. L'un des rois les plus remarquables à avoir eu une présence en Roussillon était Louis XI. Connu pour sa ruse et son habileté politique, Louis XI a été essentiel dans l'expansion du royaume de France en Roussillon en négociant avec les ... more
  • Idiot. Loser. Fraud. An illustrated guide to Donald Trump.

    by Tom Praddlun
    This book is about Donald Trump-his stupidity, pettiness, dishonesty, hypocrisy, bankruptcies, racism, sexism, affairs, crimes - and his attempt to overthrow U.S. democracy. All the reasons he should not be President.
  • The Armenian Seminars

    by Michael Boyajian

    The author’s depth of knowledge and almost lyrical style and spontaneity of speaking about such topics of interest to Armenians from their early embrace of the West, control of the photoengraving industry in the United States and the abundance of Armenian illuminated bibles and what they signified and the need for non academic history books that tell a swashbuckling tale of Armenian history and its heroes all comes to life here. As Plato’s Socratic dialogues were to Greek cultural... more

  • Alabama Short Stories: Volume 2

    by Shawn Wright
    Alabama Short Stories, Volume 2, takes you on a trip through the heart of this Deep South state, exploring the interesting and true tales that make Alabama unique. There are 30 more engaging stories, both old and new, that have shaped the culture of this southern state.

    by Thomas C. Clarie

    Presented are 17 chapters, each on a famous visitor. Included are car builders in 1900, a witness and negotiator of the Russian Revolution, World Fair and World Olympics director, boy pianist for famed opera star Jenny Lind, sculptor who studied with Rodin, founder of brain surgery, backer of Lindbergh flight to Paris, and governor who let two world famous murderers die in the chair.

  • The Murals of Dutchess County New York

    by Michael Boyajian

    A photo essay book that spans the contemporary categories of murals as expressed by first and foremost the Mexican school led by Diego Rivera and continued today and made into their own styled art forms by Banksy in London and Franc Palaia in the Hudson Valley of New York as well as around the world; with the focus of the book being almost entirely set in Dutchess County along the east bank of the mid-Hudson River Valley that is both a vacation land, and part of the overall birthplace of the ... more

  • Killing Shore

    by K.A. Nelson
    The forgotten story of Nazi Germany's naval assault in American waters—and the untold accounts of seafarers who experienced its wrath in the waters off the Jersey Shore.
  • My Dearest Bea

    by Peyton H. Roberts
    My Dearest Bea is a rare collection of intimate love letters written by U.S. Navy Band trumpet player Bill Holston to his new bride in Norfolk, Virginia, during the long, lonely months of sea duty following their wedding day. When the letters are discovered generations later, a blossoming romance leaps off the page transporting readers into the heart of a timeless love story.
  • FBI Snitches, Blackmail, and Obscene Ethics at the Supreme Court

    by Alex Charns
    It took over thirteen years and three Freedom of Information lawsuits to get proof that the FBI sexually blackmailed a sitting Supreme Court justice. This justice was already compromised by leaking information to the FBI about pending electronic surveillance cases. This was the most egregious violation of judicial ethics in Court history. The proof was hidden from Senate investigators, journalists, historians, and FOIA requesters for decades. The book contains an FBI document appendix.
  • Our Journey

    by Neil George
    Our Journey is a collection of stories from Yemeni refugees who fled the ongoing war in 2018. The narrative intricately intertwines three compelling stories, shedding light on the diverse experiences of Yemeni refugees on Jeju Island. Ali, a 29-year-old Yemeni refugee, adds context to the narrative by highlighting the harsh reality faced by refugees in the midst of conflict. He underscores the tragic impact on children's education, expressing dismay at the violence they endure while seeking k... more
  • The Descendants of John Grant and Mary Sabean, Associated Families of New England

    by George Allen Grant
    The book presents the story of the author's family in southwestern Nova Scotia and New England in historical context. John Grant and Mary Sabean settled in Sissiboo, now known as Weymouth, Digby, Nova Scotia. They raised a family of seven children on a small farm - the children and their offspring then migrated internally to Annapolis, Lunenburg, and Yarmouth counties. From there, many of them were drawn by the jobs magnet of Boston and Massachusetts, then to other American states. They were far... more
  • Echoes of the Kremlin

    by Anton Karpov

    "Echoes of the Kremlin" by Anton Karpov is a captivating historical novel that unfolds against the backdrop of 20th-century Russia. The story begins in the shadow of the Kremlin, where the echoes of political intrigue and societal transformation reverberate through the lives of the characters. At its core, the novel follows the journey of a resilient protagonist navigating the turbulent currents of Russian history.

    As the narrative unfolds, readers are immersed in the vibrancy... more

  • High Tech Uncle Toms

    How Los Angeles Blacks give away jobs money making opportunity. The end of Black Communities.