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More Info A Flicker of Light
by Roberta Kagan

A Historical Holocaust novel, inspired by factual events that took place in Nazi occupied Germany

FACT: In 1935, the Nazis established a program called “The Lebensborn.”

Their agenda, was to genetically engineer perfect Aryan children.

These children were to be the new master race, once Hitler had cleared all undesirable elements (Jews, Gypsies, and everyone else the Nazi's felt had no right to live) out of Europe. Within a year the first Lebensborn institution was built and the program was underway.

"A Flicker Of Light"

The year is 1943....

The forests of Munich are crawling with danger under...
More Info The Craftsman
by Richard Sennett

Craftsmanship, says Richard Sennett, names the basic human impulse to do a job well for its own sake, and good craftsmanship involves developing skills and focusing on the work rather than ourselves. The computer programmer, the doctor, the artist, and even the parent and citizen all engage in a craftsman’s work. In this thought-provoking book, Sennett explores the work of craftsmen past and present, identifies deep connections between material consciousness and ethical values, and challenges received ideas about what constitutes good work in today’s world. The Craftsman engages the many...
More Info Lost at Sea: The story of the USS Indianapolis
by David Boyle

“We returned to our loved ones, but we were never the same again. Most were markedly changed. Young boys had become mature older men, aged beyond their years. All because of those days in the sea.”

For five days near the end of the Second World War, the USS Indianapolis disappeared from the map. After being hit by two torpedoes from a Japanese submarine, the warship sank within twelve minutes: 900 men out of a crew of 1200 managed to jump free.

But by the time they were found, all that time later, the survivors had plummeted to just 316 men. The story of how that happened, and how the few...
More Info The Sword and the Cross
by Hilary Green


'Green captures the brutality and passion of the first crusade perfectly.' Jemahl Evans


Pope Urban calls on the princes of Christendom to free Jerusalem from the infidel.

Bohemond of Taranto arrives in Sicily seeking recruits for his force of Crusaders.

Ranulph of Erbistock, known as Ironhand, joins him.

Bohemond's army is beset by enemies without and dissension and treachery within, but Ranulph becomes one of his trusted councillors.

The crusaders fight their way onwards until halted by the impregnable walls of Antioch.

Ranulph calls on...
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 Secret Genealogy IV: Native Americans Hidden in Our Family Trees (Secret Genealogy Book Series 4)
by Suellen Ocean

Suellen Ocean found the history of Indian removals, rolls, lists, censuses and enumerations complicated and confusing while searching for her allusive Native American ancestry. In the fourth book of her Secret Genealogy series, Ocean thoughtfully gives the reader the guidance they need to search for their own Native ancestry. After reading this book you'll have both the keys and a better understanding of what's required for the amateur to navigate bureaucracies and websites that hold the answers to their questions. Read Secret Genealogy IV, Native Americans Hidden in Our Family Trees,...
More Info Alan Turing: Unlocking the Enigma
by David Boyle

Alan Mathison Turing.

Mathematician, philosopher, codebreaker, a founder of computer science, and the father of Artificial Intelligence, Turing was one of the most original thinkers of the last century - and the man whose work helped create the computer-driven world we now inhabit.

But he was also an enigmatic figure, deeply reticent yet also strikingly naïve. Turing’s openness about his homosexuality at a time when it was an imprisonable offense ultimately led to his untimely death at the age of only forty-one.

In 'Alan Turing: Unlocking the Enigma', David Boyle reveals the mysteries...
More Info When Your Life Depends on It: Extreme Decision Making Lessons from the Antarctic
by Brad BorkanDavid Hirzel

Grab a warm blanket. This book puts you right into the action of the life-and-death decisions made by early Antarctic explorers like Scott, Shackleton, Amundsen and Mawson. It is filled with unforgettable stories about the challenges and decisions they faced on the ice.
While we might not be pulling sledges across Antarctica in the early 1900s, this book also reveals valuable lessons in leadership, team work, and sheer grit and determination that can help all of us make better decisions in our lives today.

In When Your Life Depends on It, you'll discover:

11 of the greatest survival...
More Info Bad Choices Make Good Stories: Going to New York (How The Great American Opioid Epidemic of The 21st Century Began Book 1)
by Oliver Markus Malloy

A shocking glimpse into the crazy lives of drug addicted prostitutes. You'll never look at heroin addicts the same way again.

In this darkly funny coming-of-age novel based on true events, Oliver, a hacker living in Germany, meets Donna online. She's an American girl living in New York. After chatting and talking on the phone for months, he finally decides to surprise her with a visit. But he soon finds out that things are not what they appeared to be, and that this visit will change his life forever.

"This generation's version of Catcher in the Rye. I kid you not. It's that good."
More Info The Aleutian Islands Campaign: The History of Japan’s Invasion of Alaska during World War II
by Charles River Editors

*Includes pictures
*Includes accounts of the campaign written by soldiers on both sides
*Includes online resources and a bibliography for further reading
*Includes a table of contents

“It was United States territory. That's something you don't do. You don't come over and grab some of our land. So we had to take it back regardless of strategy. We couldn't just let them sit there. “ - Admiral Robert L. Dennison, USN (Perras, 2003, 189)

Fought over bitterly cold flecks of rock and tundra scattered across the remote waters marking the boundary between the Bering Sea and the Pacific Ocean, the...