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My Honor Flight

This novel tells the story of a young soldier who accompanies his great-grandfather, Doug Mackinack, on an Honor Flight – a sponsored trip to the World War II Memorial in Washington D.C. During the flight, the old man shares stories from his platoon's tour in Europe,...

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My Sister’s Super Skills

David is having a rough day...but his emotions are no match for his older sister Lily, who swoops in to save the day with some SUPER SKILLS!When Lily observes her brother feeling frustrated, sad, and irritable, she quickly shows him some useful tips and tricks to help...

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Blind Spots

A respected business leader, faithful husband and loving father suddenly finds himself in a federal prison for a crime he didn’t knowingly commit. As he struggles to understand the complexity of his bad decisions, an ever-widening web of conspiracy and corruption is...

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Vegas and the Mob: Forty Years of Frenzy

Las Vegas was the Mob’s greatest venture and most spectacular success, and through 40 years of frenzy, murder, deceit, scams, and skimming, the FBI listened on phone taps and did virtually nothing to stop the fun. This is the truth about the Mob's history of control...

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Who’s That Dog?

If rescued is your favorite breed, you’re in for a treat!Who’s That Dog is a cute and clever photo book. It features two photographs for each dog. The first gives you the dog’s back story. Then flip the page and see the pup facing the camera. The amazing collection...

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Sipping from the Nile

Born into a prominent, sophisticated Jewish family who spend time in Europe and live in the Middle East, author Jean Naggar’s coming of age memoir tells the story of her protected youth in an exotic multicultural milieu. To Naggar her childhood seemed a magical time...

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Life in the Far West

George Frederick Ruxton was an explorer and adventurer extraordinaire. Born in England in 1820, he followed in his family’s footsteps and entered the military at the age of thirteen. He quickly became a decorated soldier, serving in Spain, where he fought for Queen...

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They Shall Not Have Me

The French painter Jean Hélion’s unique and deeply moving account of his experiences in Nazi prisoner-of-war camps prefigures the even darker stories that would emerge from the concentration camps. This serious adventure tale begins with Hélion’s infantry platoon...

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A Season for the Ages

No doubt, you’ve heard about the Cubs’ decades-long run of futility. They hadn’t won a pennant in seventy-one years or a World Series in a record 108 years. To the frustration of Cubs fans everywhere, the team often missed chances with soul-crushing defeats.But after...

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Going Beyond Mom

Born out of her popular website Beyond Mom, Randi’s book is a guide for mothers looking to jump-start their business ideas by finding connection from within. The 1.2 million women in America each year who choose not to return to traditional work after having children...

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Buried Beneath the Boarding House

In 1988, detectives from the Sacramento Police Department were called to investigate the disappearance of a man at his last known address, a boarding house for the elderly, homeless and mentally ill. The owner, Dorothea Puente, was an adorable old lady who cared for...

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Let The Drums Speak!

Biography of Bernard "Pretty" Purdie, the world's most recorded drummer. Bernard Pretty Purdie is arguably the most recorded drummer in the world. He hit the New York music scene in the early 1960 s, and landed his first hit with Mickey and Sylvia the beginning of a...

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You Have the Right to Remain Innocent

An urgent, compact manifesto that will teach you how to protect your rights, your freedom, and your future when talking to police.Law professor James J. Duane became a viral sensation thanks to a 2008 lecture outlining the reasons why you should never agree to answer...

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Maggie: the dog who changed my life

*2009 Next Generation Indie Book Awards Finalist**2008 DWAA Merial Human-Animal Bond Award Finalist*Discover the sixth sense communication that occurs between humans and their dogs...The connection between Maggie and Dawn was powerful.Maggie's genuine and beautiful...

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Rites of Spring

This award-winning cultural history reveals how the Great War changed humanity.   This sweeping volume probes the origins, the impact, and the aftermath of World War I—from the premiere of Igor Stravinsky’s ballet The Rite of Spring in 1913 to the death of Hitler in...

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Paint a Double Rainbow

You and Your Child: Be Mindful TogetherMindfulness reduces anxiety and stress, improves focus and concentration, and creates calm--all attributes parents want for their kids. But what happens if you don't know how to practice mindfulness yourself? How do you teach it...

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Anxiety Relief for Teens

Is anxiety disrupting your life? With proven CBT-based skills and mindfulness techniques, this book can be your guide out of the spiraling stress of anxiety and get you back on track to living a happy and healthy life....

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Don’t Go There

It was supposed to be a normal city break......it ended in the strangest places in the world.They shouldn't have tear gassed best-selling (bald) author Adam Fletcher. It ruined his supposedly normal holiday in Istanbul, made him curious, and began a quest to visit...

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Nitro

Reviews"The most definitive, well written and thoroughly researched book on the rise and fall of WCW."--Eric Bischoff, former WCW President"This is - without question - the very best book ever written on professional wrestling."--Conrad Thompson"Well written and...

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An Autobiography of Buffalo Bill

William Frederick "Buffalo Bill" Cody was one of the most colorful figures of the American Old West. He received the nickname "Buffalo Bill" after the American Civil War, when he had a contract to supply Kansas Pacific Railroad workers with buffalo (American bison)...

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Balancing on Blue

One man’s remarkable challenge. 2,000+ miles of unforgiving wilderness. Can he escape the mundane to become a thru-hiker?Shortlisted for Outdoor Book of the Year by The Great Outdoors magazine.Keith Foskett’s dream of escape started with a single step. When the...

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ISIS: Inside the Army of Terror

Fully Revised & Updated Edition of the New York Times Bestselling and Highly Praised Book on ISIS With newly added material and breaking news including: —Interview with a former ISIS spymaster —Why ISIS is targeting Europe and the US —What Russia wants in Syria...

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The Books That Changed My Life

One hundred of today’s most prominent literary and cultural icons talk about the books that hold a special place in their hearts—that made them who they are today.Leading authors, politicians, CEOs, actors, and other notables share the books that changed their life,...

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Ingredients

In the bestselling tradition of The Elements and Salt Sugar Fat, an unprecedented visual exploration of what is really inside our food, setting the record straight on the controversial and fascinating science of chemical and synthetic additives in processed food—from...

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Drive-Thru USA: A tale of two road trips

Join Rich Bradwell on his epic journey across the US as he travels the length and breadth of the country, from the Florida Keys to Death Valley to the Rocky Mountains. Accompanied on the drive by his long-suffering wife and haunted by a shambolic cross-country trip...

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You Have the Right to Remain Innocent

An urgent, compact manifesto that will teach you how to protect your rights, your freedom, and your future when talking to police.Law professor James J. Duane became a viral sensation thanks to a 2008 lecture outlining the reasons why you should never agree to answer...

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Doc

A brutally honest memoir of talent, addiction, and recovery from one of the greatest baseball pitchers of all time. As a shy nineteen-year-old, Dwight Gooden swept into New York, lifting a team of crazy characters to World Series greatness and giving a beleaguered...

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Notes from the Firehouse

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...

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Walden on Wheels

In this frank and witty memoir, Ken Ilgunas lays bare the existential terror of graduating from the University of Buffalo with $32,000 of student debt. Ilgunas set himself an ambitious mission: get out of debt as quickly as possible. Inspired by the frugality and...

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Twelve Days on the Somme

A joint operation between Britain and France in 1916, the Battle of the Somme was an attempt to gain territory and dent Germany’s military strength. By the end of the action, very little ground had been won: the Allied Forces had made just 12 km. For this slight gain,...

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