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Book: City Different by Stephen Hazlett
New, improved edition, published in 2018. Clears up a few confusions some readers had with the old version. A body discovered in a bedroom of his California home and the disappearance of his young wife are the start of a brand new life for Eddie Collins. Eddie is the youthful head of a successful Internet company, and the murdered man is his Chief Financial Officer, dead from a bullet to the [...]
 
Book: Uncivil Rights - A Guide to Workers' Rights by Frederick T. Golder
Uncivil Rights is the book you need to understand and protect your rights at work and in court. Uncivil Rights describes in detail the laws that affect workers and provides strategies to use to avoid being one of the millions of American workers who will lose their jobs. With unemployment reaching record levels and a severe economic recession not seen since the Great Depression, this is the book [...]
 
Book: The Wished-For Country - Stories of American Courage by Rebecca Del Giudice
A Senator stands alone against the march to war. A man risks his life to expose the Ku Klux Klan. A slave escapes to freedom - and takes a Confederate warship with him. These stories and many more like them are the focus of The Wished-For Country: Stories of American Courage. Author Rebecca Del Giudice has been researching and writing about American history for more than 20 years. During that [...]
 
Book: Home Style Indian Cooking In A Jiffy (How To Cook Everything In A Jiffy) (Volume 2) by Prasenjeet Kumar
"Home Style" Indian Cooking Demystified With an amazing compilation of over 100 delectable Indian dishes, many of which you can't get in any Indian restaurant for love or for money, this is unlike any other Indian Cook book. What this book focuses on is what Indians eat every day in their homes. It then in an easy step-by-step manner makes this mysterious, never disclosed, "Home Style" Indian [...]
 
Book: Songs for Indian Medicine by Mitch Battese
Songs for Indian Medicine is a riveting and perplexing story of the fragmentation of American Indian communities, families and culture. Written by an American Indian counselor and psychotherapist, the story merges the complex lives of three women and their families in a way that leads the reader into a maze of Native life on and off Indian reservations. The reader is challenged to separate [...]
 
Book: The Liberation of Ravenna Morton by Suzanne Jenkins
Ravenna's granddaughter travels from New York to the West Michigan coast to meet the family for the first time, and in the process, uncovers secrets that no one wanted to face. The heartbreaking process exposes the truth, leading to freedom for Ravenna. Ravenna Morton is a Native American woman living a very old-fashioned life in a primitive cabin at the edge of the Kalamazoo River. Facing modern [...]
 
Book: Love Vegan - Authentic Indian Favorites Made Easy by High Cedar Press
Want to make incredibly delicious Indian dishes...in less time than it takes to pick up a takeaway? (and it's 100% plant based!) Are you tired of racking your brain with what to cook each day? Or frustrated at having to throw another meal down the drain from a useless Pinterest recipe? Maybe you're sick of having to scroll through every blogger's life story just to get to the ingredients! New & [...]
 
Book: The American Constitution and Ayn Rand's "Inner Contradiction" by Henry Mark Holzer
"The American Constitution and Ayn Rand's 'Inner Contradiction'" has been written for two reasons. First, to provide patriotic Americans with an overview of the Constitution's most important provisions as interpreted by the Supreme Court of the United States. At the same time, I want to demonstrate something unknown to virtually all Americans: that foundational to every political, social, [...]
 
Book: Destiny's Shadow by Rita Karnopp
Montana Territory 1867 ~ When Laura Hewett follows her father out of the mountains she never expects to lose him to an avalanche before they reach their destination of Helena, in the Territory of Montana. With the help of her friend Raven Quiver, Laura arrives at the Prickly Pear Ranch on her sixteenth birthday. Her life changes forever when she learns that the man who raised her was not her real [...]
 
Book: AMERICA IN THE 21st CENTURY - A Political, Historical, Sociological Perspective (Book 2) by Kathleen Babbitt, D.Sc.
This is not for people who avoid the truth, and rely on disinformation. It's not for people who have to have happy endings and Pollyanna stories about America. This is telling it like it is and like it was. It's for people who want the unvarnished unmitigated truth, for better or worse, about political, historical, and sociological America. So it is controversial. In the 21st century in America [...]
 
Book: Looking for America - Personal Travels in US History by Chris Glennie
Are you curious to find out how the United States developed from a swamp and disease-infested backwater to the greatest military and economic power the world has ever seen? Do you want at the same time to uncover why, despite a common language and common inheritance, Americans can think and act so differently from the English? It's with these thoughts in mind that one Englishman, with an American [...]
 
Book: WHEN THE ROSES BLOOM by Alfred James Phillips
Could a white family living in the South in the 1940s honor their Negro friends' last request by adopting their son after the child's parents are killed in a fiery automobile accident? And was this the child that was promised to Eunice Miller or was her out-of-body experience not really a visit to heaven after all, but only a dream? Experience the drama, suspense and humor of this wondrous and [...]
 
Book: An Act of Self-Defense by Erne Lewis
What if Congress were controlled by corrupt politicians who used their offices to enrich themselves and their cronies? What if they could not be voted out of office because they control the election process? What if there was only one way to remove them from office? For more than 8 amazing months Amazon Reader Reviews ranked this incredible novel the #1 political thriller. Critics and readers [...]
 
Book: Tuni's Tale by Sudhira Gupta
This is a story about the beauty and pain of tradition in the life of a Bengali girl born in 1907. The author of this memoir, Sudhira Goswami Gupta, was born into a Vaishnavite Brahmin family that had been powerful Zamindars but by the 20th century depended on salaries earned by a generation born in the late 19th century and educated in colonial institutions. The family, which continued to [...]
 
Book: Our Children Come First by Robert K. Pikula
Are you in a tumultuous relationship? Are you constantly arguing? What unselfish acts can you take to save your child? In this non-fiction memoir Robert K. Pikula takes you through the trials and tribulations you may experience in and out of divorce court. You'll be surprised when you know what really happens behind the scenes with lawyers, judges and child services. What Gift can you give your [...]
 
Book: Choices - Volume II of the Lincoln County Law Trilogy by Jerri Blair
Attorney J.T. Lockman faces the challenge of a lifetime when he's appointed to enforce a teenager's fundamental privacy rights while also representing a prominent man charged with murdering his gay lover in a rural county where these are taboo issues. He must face his own prejudices as his case progress through the judicial system in a wave of publicity like none the county has ever seen. When he [...]
 
Book: Earth, Myths, and Ecofeminist Art by Kyra Belan
Earth, Myths, and Ecofeminist Art is a contemporary art history book that documents Kyra Belan's art. She is a post modern artist who is interested in equal rights for women, ecological issues, and animal rights. For over three decades Belan has been creating her social issues artworks. She proposes that women's mythologies, history, and philosophical values must assume a mainstream position [...]
 
Book: Invisible Path by Marilyn Meredith
A popular young Indian man is found near the recovery center at the far end of the Bear Creek Reservation. While investigating, Deputy Tempe Crabtree learns the victim wasn't quite what he seemed, and crosses paths with a militant para-military group who pique her curiosity and end up being a threat.
 
Book: Know Where To Run - An American Odyssey by Lynn Petronella
NEW EDITION www.medalsformothers.com to honorworld's greatest achievement...birth (TM) VISIT US AT OUR NEW HOME! www.itsawomansworld.tvWith wit and candor, Lynn Petronella, former world class runner and l980 Olympic contender traces the roots of her history and her interest in running and gives us a true picture of the behind the scenes look at what it was really like to be a part of the [...]
 
Book: Mist Before the Rising Sun by Jonathan M. Nielson
For those familiar with the Indian Wars, the forty years of conflict fought for control of the Great Plains during ans after the Civil War, mention of the epic fight on the Arickaree Fork of the Republican River known as the battle of Beecher or Beecher's island, conjures images of heroism, sacrifice and survival, suffering unimaginable hardships against insurmountable odds. The distinction is [...]
 
Book: Stone Heart's Woman by Velda Brotherton
Heading out west to Nebraska becomes a nightmare when Aiden Conner's fiance deserts her. Having a knife held to her throat by a blond-haired Cheyenne warrior only adds to her terror. All she wants is to return home to her family in St. Louis, but a blizzard traps her and her wounded captor in a cabin in the wilderness. After the betrayal of his mother's people, Stone Heart has sworn to never [...]
 
Book: Cherokee Talisman by David-Michael Harding
They were blood-thirsty savages - superstitious, dirty animals. They were thieves and killers who burned houses to the ground and kidnapped women and children. They were protectors of a Nation - guerrilla fighters serving their country. They were husbands and fathers who built homes in lush valleys for their families. They were - the same men. In 1775 perspective came with the color of your skin. [...]
 
Book: Indian Massacre in Orlando by Walter Parks
Arguably the last Indians living in Central Florida in 1883 were all massacred because the chief's favorite squaw loved White Man Cow. John asked the President of the United States to send soldiers to remove the Indians. John didn't think his request was out of line; after all the government had earlier been moving Indians to the "Indians Territory" (now Oklahoma) for years. But the President [...]
 
Book: (Peace) Words by Roy Anthony Shabla
Newly expanded edition. This is the most autobiographical book I have written thus far. It is a "portrait of the artist as a young vandal" complete with confessions of illegal international activities. Updated with important, early blog entries on poets and poetry. It is also a moving story of finding one's artistic self in the world despite current trends and styles. The backdrop of the [...]
 
Book: Spirit Dog by Frances Altman
"Spirit Dog" was the name the Indians called Adolphus a dachshund that traveled the Texas Road to Oklahoma Territory with Jeffery Martin and his family Adventure begins at Fort Gibson when they explore a riverboat where they discover a captive Cherokee Indian boy named Hawk. The threesome head for freedom only to be captured by fierce Osage Indians. Unlike the Indians' wolf dogs, Adolphus is a [...]
 
Book: Salome the beautiful Princess - A dedication to the US Armed Forces by Samson Josephat Manyala
Salome The Beautiful Princess is a dedication to the US-Armed Forces. The book talks about love in its various living categories. Love of man-to-man, love of man to nature and the love of God to all. It is true that every man is in need of supplies of love. This in many cases becomes difficult if the receiving aspirant of love is never a donor as well. Love is brittle in nature. This true [...]
 
Book: AMERICA IN THE 21st CENTURY - For Better Or Worse (Book 1) by Kathleen Babbitt, D.Sc.
Telling it like it is and like it was. Not for people who avoid the truth and rely on disinformation, who need happy endings and Pollyanna stories about America. Instead, this book is for people who want the unvarnished unmitigated truth about America's past and present, for better or for worse. So it is controversial. Our American Democracy has changed in the 21st century.
 
Book: Medicine Man I - The Chief of All Time by S.R. Howen
Shannon Running Deer is American Indian by blood, he has forsaken his people's ancient ways to embrace the "modern" world as a wealthy, highly successful trauma surgeon. His comfortable existence begins to unravel when, seemingly by chance, Shannon finds himself gradually drawn into the past. Pursued by an ancient evil, he knows he can change the future, if he can survive the past. In the [...]
 
Book: Scrumptious Meals from India Volume One by Sudesh Abrol
This is the first Volume in a multi-volume set of cookbooks aimed at the non-Indian cook who would like to learn the basics of Indian cookery from a former restaurant owner and chef. This volume focuses on introductory knowledge of spices, measures and approaches and includes recipes for starters, soups and drinks.
 
Book: River Spirits by Marilyn Meredith
While filming a movie on the Bear Creek Indian Reservation, the film crew trespasses on sacred ground, threats are made against the female stars, a missing woman is found by the Hairy Man, an actor is murdered, and Deputy Tempe Crabtree has no idea who is guilty. Once again, the elusive and legendary Hairy Man plays an important role in this newest Deputy Tempe Crabtree mystery.
 
Book: America’s New Breed of Freedom Fighters - With Liberty and Justice for All by Evelyn Roberts Brooks
Hey #womensmarch #indivisible #bluewave - I wrote this book series for you. Are you brave enough to ignore the fake reviews from Trump Supporters? If so, this is what you'll discover in "America's New Breed of Freedom Fighters" 2nd Edition: A crash course in using the universal laws of the One Mind to manifest progress, while neutralizing Trump's extremist, hate-based agenda. How to make a [...]
 
Book: Cherokee Bill - The other Goldsby - The Other Goldsby by Fred Staff
This a the sequal to SERGEANT GOLDSBY AND THE 20TH CAVALRY. Crawford Goldsby, Cherokee Bill, was Sergeant Goldsby's son. This historical fiction is the most complete story ever told about the meanest and most feared man in the most violent territory in the US. The first part of the book will continue the story of George Goldsby and ease the reader into the life of Cherokee Bill. You will ride [...]
 
Book: American Renewal - A New Season of Optimism, Cooperation, and Community by Edward OMalley
Cycles are part of nature, our personal lives and the social fabric of our country. Just as the four seasons progress through the year, and repeat each year, so is there a rhythmic cadence to social change in America. The social cycle, like nature, has four seasons (periods) within it, lasting a total of about seventy to eighty years. We will explore the changes in the social, political, economic [...]
 
Book: What Were They THINKING? - Inside the Minds of Trump’s Voters (Liberty and Justice Book 2) by Evelyn Roberts Brooks
2nd Edition 2018. Much humor about Donald Trump is caustic and nasty. You won't find that here. If you like Erma Bombeck's light style of humor, you'll enjoy the chuckles, as well as a look into the power of laughter to provide relief from anxiety and fear. Imagine you could use the Vulcan Mind Meld to access the minds of 60-odd million Trump voters to find out what they were thinking on Election [...]
 
Book: Cedar Woman (The Cedar Woman Saga Book 1) by Debra Shiveley Welch
Winner of the Best Native American Fiction Award, and the first book of the Cedar Woman Saga, Cedar Woman is a powerful book filled with courage, romance and the beliefs, ceremonies and language of the Lakota Sioux. Volume II of the Cedar Woman Saga: Book Excellence Finalist and New Apple Award winner "Spirit Woman." When tragedy threatens her family's future, Lena Cedar Woman Catcher takes their [...]
 


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