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More Info Maverick Marine: General Smedley D. Butler and the Contradictions of American Military History: General Smedley D.Butler and the Contradictions of American Military History
by Hans Schmidt

Smedley Butler's life and career epitomize the contradictory nature of American military policy through the first part of this century. Butler won renown as a Marine battlefield hero, campaigning in most of America's foreign military expeditions from 1898 to the late 1920s. He became the leading national advocate for paramilitary police reform. Upon his retirement, however, he renounced war and imperialism and devoted his energy and prestige to various dissident and leftist political causes.Smedley Butler's life and career epitomize the contradictory nature of American military policy...
More Info Serial Killers: The True Crime Story of Jeffery Dahmer, The Milwaukee Cannibal
by Jack Stich

This is What Really Happened With Jeffery Dahmer!
Jeffrey Dahmer, the Milwaukee Cannibal, is one of the most infamous serial killers in the US. All serial killers seem to have a storied past, one of heartbreak or pain, which caused them to become who they were or are. This book is here to provide you with Jeffrey Dahmer’s story.
He didn’t start out being a murderer. His life began just like yours and mine. He was born in a suburb of Milwaukee, the older of two sons. But his childhood is what shaped him to be the killer he was. This book will cover his:
Early life
His first murder
How he was...
More Info Courage Under Fire: Testing Epictetus's Doctrines in a Laboratory of Human Behavior (Hoover Essays Book 6)
by James B. Stockdale

When physical disability from combat wounds brought about Jim Stockdale's early retirement from military life, he had the distinction of being the only three-star officer in the history of the navy to wear both aviator wings and the Congressional Medal of Honor. His writings have been many and varied, but all converge on the central theme of how man can rise with dignity to prevail in the face of adversity.
More Info Hands of an Angel, Mind of a Demon, Heart of a Saint: True Stories from a 10 year Paramedic
by David Stone

A heart-wrenching account of one medic's journey through the sorrow of managing the emergencies of others.

This tell-all story will put you on the front line of the reality of street paramedicine. From gruesome and violent encounters to making split-second decisions which may have cost a life, experience the emotional struggle our responders have to deal with on a daily basis.

Through the highs and lows of his career, ten-year Paramedic David Stone doesn't hold back as he tells of the circumstances which haunted him and eventually drove him out of the career... and why it was all worth it...
More Info The Secret Journals Of Adolf Hitler: The Struggle (Volume 2)
by A. G. Mogan

What is next for Adolf Hitler? Will his release fromprison happen before Christmas, as Hanussen predicted? How will his personal realities affect humanity, now that its greatest enemy is again politically active? What further psychological truths will be revealed about this most complex, desperate and psychotic man? This volume explores the years following Hitler’s release from prison after he failed to grab power through his staged putsch. It further explores the intricacies of his psyche and some of the probable, possible answers tothe decades-old questions surrounding this most hated...
More Info Notes from the Firehouse: Seventeen Firefighting Stories from a Retired Firefighter
by D.E. McCourt

A memoir from a retired firefighter about firefighting, rescue calls and life around the firehouse.
It's not all about fire - that's lesson number one.
No,it's a collection of things: assisting an injured person at three o'clock in the morning, calming a child in a traumatic situation, saving the belongings of a family from the ravages of a fire, seeing people in every heartbreaking situation imaginable and trying to help them, while not losing yourself in the process.
And it's about the insanity found in the firehouse - to the author it's the Cracker Factory - and the politics and pettiness...
More Info Glad Farm: A Memoir
by Catherine Marenghi

Eliciting comparisons to "The Glass Castle" and the works of Elena Ferrante, "Glad Farm" is a stunning new memoir that readers can't put down. Raised in a primitive one-room farmhouse with no indoor plumbing, the fourth of five children, Catherine Marenghi begins her life in poverty and isolation, but is propelled forward by the love and support of her family. A decade after leaving home at the age of seventeen, she is a successful journalist with the means to buy her family their first decent house. But the past will not be put to rest so easily. Catherine unravels a web of long-buried...
More Info The Young Country Doctor Book 15: Bilbury Memories
by Vernon Coleman

The 15th book in The Young Country Doctor series can be read in sequence or as a stand alone volume. This is, like all the other books in the series, an account of the life of a young doctor working in a village practice in a remote part of Devon, England. The book is set in the 1970s.
More Info The Target Committee
by Paul Ham

How did America choose the targets for the atomic bomb? What made Hiroshima preferable over Kyoto or Tokyo?

Critical to the mission to destroy Hiroshima and Nagasaki were a series of meetings set up in mid-1945 and comprising America’s most powerful military, political and scientific chiefs.

The committeemen would decide where and how the first nuclear weapons would be used in anger.

In this absorbing and provocative narrative, historian Paul Ham shines a torch on their arguments to reveal the thinking behind the atomic destruction of two cities – and how the Target Committee justified it at...
More Info The Big Book of Serial Killers: 150 Serial Killer Files of the World's Worst Murderers (An Encyclopedia of Serial Killers 1)
by Jack RosewoodRebecca Lo

There is little more terrifying than those who hunt, stalk and snatch their prey under the cloak of darkness. These hunters search not for animals, but for the touch, taste, and empowerment of human flesh. They are cannibals, vampires and monsters, and they walk among us.

These serial killers are not mythical beasts with horns and shaggy hair. They are people living among society, going about their day to day activities until nightfall. They are the Dennis Rader’s, the fathers, husbands, church going members of the community.

This A-Z encyclopedia of 150 serial killers is the ideal...