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Book: NOW they make it legal - Reflections of an Aging Baby Boomer by Howard Harrison
Mercurochrome. JFK. Beatlemania. Vietnam. Sex and Drugs and Rock and Roll. These are just some of the memories from the Baby Boom era that are captured in NOW they make it legal: Reflections of an aging Baby Boomer. The book traces the evolution of American culture from the "black and white" 1950s through the turbulent 1960s and into the '70s, ending in the 1980s "when we began to turn into our [...]
 
Book: The Reluctant Daughters by Veronica Helen Hart
Matriarch of Steel - Elisabeth Riis: As the only child of a lumber industry titan just after the War Between the States, her future should have been bright. Now at the turn of the century, she's the head of her father's company and caring for her two orphaned granddaughters who chafe at her strict restrictions. She'll not see them repeat their mother's disastrous history, or make the same [...]
 
Book: Many Millions Strong - Your Victory Guide to a Bernie Sanders Landslide by Stan Munslow
Are you still in shock? Are you still in awe? Has it started to sink in yet? Fellow impassioned Americans, how long has it been? How long have we been waiting for a moment like this? Just think! We, the American People - "The 99%" - have just been blessed with the opportunity to elect a president like no other; a leader poised to return America to its citizens. Indeed, Senator Bernie Sanders is [...]
 
Book: The Republic by Peter O'Lalor
This is a student's guide to the The Never Realized Republic published in print, (2004) and a Kindle rewrite, (March of 2012). Since the book covers a lot of history it also explains what makes history non-fiction and explains the history of the written word. It is a lesson in scholarship as well as a lesson not only in history, but what history the American Founders were most familiar with. For [...]
 
Book: The Never Realized Republic - Political Economy and Republican Virtue by Peter O'Lalor
European and early American; social, political, and economic history. Focusing on Constitutional interpretation, and the precedents that were established, during the early 1790s. It is as well, a critique of present scholarship, which has altered the perception of America's federal role and its relationship with State governments' sovereignty.
 
Book: Up Close and Personal by Roy Tschudy
A compilation of true short stories through the eyes of a young soldier who arrived along with his comrades in Vietnam January 31 1968 . . . The Tet offensive! During that thirteen month tour, experiences of friendship and bonding as "brothers" was meaningful and personal. The price of war is deep and lives with those who were participants forever in one manner or another. The Vietnam era was [...]
 
Book: The Phantom Lady of Paris by Calvin Davis
The Phantom Lady of Paris? I knew her well. On the other hand as I later discovered I didn't know her at all. The woman did everything wrong. She did nothing wrong. She was a Jezebel, deceptive in every way. I've never known a more honest and straightforward person. During our relationship, she kept me constantly jittery and perturbed. The happiest days of my life were those I shared with the [...]
 
Book: In the Time of the Scythians (Witnesses Book 1) by Richard French
Warfare...the Fight Against a Predatory Cult: Coping in Times of Crisis - "In the Time of the Scythians" centers on the efforts of the editor Stephanie Markham and Paul Kingsley, one of her writers, to bring his collection of stories and novellas together into a series of novels. They also take part in a campaign to thwart a destructive cult. Paul Kingsley's writing emphasizes the effects of two [...]
 
Book: Good Afternoon Vietnam - A Civilian in the Vietnam War by Gary Wilhelm
Good Afternoon Vietnam This is the story of a civilian technology engineer working with the Marines in DaNang, Vietnam, in 1968 and 1969. Wilhelm arrived in a blue suit and tie from a military chartered plane and finally found his back way to the USA for a company that resisted ending his work term and allowing him to come home. A Civilian Working in a War Zone The position was working with the [...]
 
Book: Socialism Exposed - Which Door Will You Choose? by William W. Figley
SOCIALISM EXPOSED pulls back the curtain so you can see this political philosophy for what it is, and where it has been taking our once great nation. We clearly see the devastating effects of socialism on other countries, such as Venezuela, and yet the push by the left for this failed system of government is trumpeted ever louder and stronger. Far from a boring history manual, the explosive [...]
 
Book: Camille: Category 5 - The Most Powerful Hurricane Of The Century by Cheyene Montana Lopez
The events of time in the years of this book I write about all are a true story of a time of history forgotten about. I hope by writing this book it brings about the reality of life which you will not forget about. Mother nature always displays her powers. The damages are quiet ponderous and ravishing.Maybe it will get you to remembering. Perhaps it will leave you gasping to not want to be in any [...]
 
Book: Hillary Rodham Clinton - On The Couch - Inside the Mind and Life of Hillary Clinton by Alma H. Bond
Hillary Clinton is a unique woman. Hillary Clinton is a brilliant woman. Hillary Clinton has been a great woman since she was twenty-one years old. Hillary Clinton will make one of the finest presidents the United States has ever had. She is difficult to understand, as the real Hillary lives deep inside of herself. This in no way detracts from her ability and vision of improving the world. Alma [...]
 
Book: Conventional Murder (Staged for Murder Book 2) by D. A. Featherling
Ari Ames knows she was railroaded into chairing the regional convention for home stagers. She expected some challenges...but not murder. When a killer continues to strike, Ari is determined to solve the crimes - even if the police don't want her help. Detective Dan Watkins soon finds, however, stopping Ari is like trying to lasso a Texas tornado. Will Ari unmask the killer in time? Or will she [...]
 
Book: An Alien Legacy - The Cygnus and Pictor Connection by David J. Price
The Celestial Watcher knows all, an immortal omnipresent entity, t has been witness to a 40,000 year unfolding story, a star-ship lost, a legacy left by its crew. The Ancestors must return to right an injustice, but more they need to search their moral conscience and return to the Cygnus constellation and the seed colonies they abandoned 1.68 million years ago.
 
Book: Giselle and the Fate of Wahine by Marty Walpole
It was a day before Easter, April 1968, when journalist Emma Cassidy boarded the inter-island ferry, Wahine, sailing from Christchurch's port of Lyttelton to Wellington. On the bridge Captain Angus Robertson, after reading a satisfactory weather report on Cyclone Giselle, orders Wahine's departure. The ship, with over 300 passengers and crew, makes her way up the eastern coastline of New Zealand [...]
 
Book: Freak Story - 1967-1969 by Jim Musgrave
We are All Freaks Buddy Hartman was adopted by a woman who wanted to get a child to please her husband. When the husband leaves, the woman becomes a prostitute to support herself, and then becomes an addict to soothe the pain. Buddy learns early that life teaches you to be selfish. However, it's Buddy's own drug abuse later in life that leads him to Barry, his "Eskimo," who saves him from a life [...]
 
Book: By Hook or by Book (The Megan Clark Mysteries) by D.R. Meredith
Planning to write a paper for Smithsonian Magazine on the cultural significance of string figures, such as Cat's Cradle, librarian and unemployed paleopathologist Dr. Megan Clark has a wonderful idea that will help her with her research. She will organize a convention and invite all the members of the International String Figure Association to attend. She invites the Murder by the Yard Reading [...]
 
Book: One Soldier's Story by Jim Akers
A small town Soldier's account of his Military stint, primarily during his time in the Vietnam War with the 9th Infantry Division in 1968-69. Transport yourself back to another time with One Soldier's Story, the war memoir and book by Jim Akers of Mount Airy, North Carolina. Put yourself in the shoes of a young man from Small Town, USA, who found himself in the middle of the Vietnam War. Relive [...]
 
Book: Sins of the Father by Lee Williams
This novel is historical fiction. It involves an African American man whose ancestors were emancipated from slavery in Mississippi over 100 years before the action starts. He now finds himself enslaved to the Ku Klux Klan and about to begin a journey that will find him involved in the assassinations of Martin Luther King and Robert F. Kennedy. He escapes the Klan and assumes a new identity in [...]
 
Book: Just Like Sunday on the Farm - Crawdaddy Remembers the Nam and After by William C. Crawford
Crawdaddy was a combat photojournalist in Vietnam. This volume overflows with his experiences from chilling combat to ribald battlefield humor. He offers up this account as his riveting personal echo from the Jungle War. He was mentored by some of the greatest war corespondents and combat photojournalists ever! Their tutelage changed his life forever! For over 45 years he only discussed the War [...]
 
Book: Importing Democracy - The Role of NGOs in South Africa, Tajikistan, & Argentina by Julie Fisher
While street protesters demanding democratic reforms make headlines in the international news, Importing Democracy: The Role of NGOs in South Africa, Tajikistan, and Argentina, written by Julie Fisher and published by the Kettering Foundation Press, focuses on a quieter movement led by democratization NGOs. In South Africa, the Good Governance Learning Network shares participatory tools to make [...]
 
Book: Catch Me If You Can, Edition 2 by Miss Mae
Are all rules broken when it comes to playing a game? Washed ashore a South Carolina beach, Lois Steinberg learns her shelter, an old plantation house, was scheduled to host a 'Catch Me' game convention. When the cook is the first one found murdered, the game environment instantly morphs into a terrifying evening reminiscent of 'And Then There Were None'.
 
Book: Mica Highways by William Elliott Hazelgrove
"Sleeping with a black man in the South is punishable by death in 1968." A hypnotic tale of terror and temptation, Bestselling author William Elliott Hazelgrove's Mica Highways is an emotion-packed novel that deftly captures the unique landscape of the American South. With its fierce vision of love, violence, and redemption, this powerfully haunting work recalls the intensity and passion of To [...]
 
Book: A Poet's Heart by Charles O'Rourke
This book is an outgrowth of the many poems that I have written over the years of my life. Most of them stemmed from the love for my wife Madeline. Some of the poems go back as far as 1968 when we were courting. The most recent poems stem from the love I felt for her after her stroke in 2001. The poems would come to me at all hours of the day and night. They were persistent. As any poet would [...]
 
Book: Gorgeous at Forty by Adam Mann
Tony is accosted by a lovely lady whilst walking to his hotel for lunch, but they remember having met for the first time nearly twenty years earlier, and liked one another then but had been held back by convention and the possibility of a husband or a wife, and children. Now only an adult child remains as a handicap, which makes them free for their relationship to develop, and it does. They are [...]
 
Book: Beyond The Darkside (Darkside Chronicles Book 2) by Corinna Underwood
What does a screaming skull, a vampire killer, a murder museum, a demonic pact, and a puzzling paranormal convention have in common? The answer: Pearl Blackthorn. Although she writes for Darkside magazine, and delves into the darker recesses of the imagination for her horror novels, when it comes to the supernatural, Pearl is a diehard skeptic. As if she doesn't already have enough on her plate, [...]
 
Book: Once I Was A Soldier by Daniel Kemp
Francesca Clark-Bartlett, wife of the American Democratic Party's presidential nominee, seeks more power than she already has. Meanwhile, the attractive yet naive Melissa Iverson wishes she had never inherited her family's vast fortune. After they both become entangled with a 44-year-old, womanizing British intelligence agent, the two women find themselves in a web of deception and mystery. [...]
 
Book: ALL IN: The Race for the Presidency: Jack Canon's American Destiny by Greg Sandora
Wealth and Power collide in this Political Thriller! Jack Canon finds what it's going to take to fulfill his destiny: To have the power, to dedicate the highest office in the land, to make things right. THIS TIME, JACK'S ALL-IN. It's a steamy summer in Washington, D.C. a few days before the Democratic National Convention. A long and painful recession has left Americans suffering, spawning the [...]
 
Book: Family Ties and Saucy Secrets by Thea Hartley
An intriguing and very sexy story about Luke and Mia who are both over 60. They discover a tremendous sexual chemistry between them, and explore their passion at every opportunity.However, their everyday lives are interwoven with family responsibilities and the expectations of their children. These off spring are increasingly unhappy as their respective parents begin to enjoy a thrilling [...]
 
Book: Joe Public's Political Perspective by Billy Ray Chitwood
"Joe Public's Political Perspective" is a book of observations from a US citizen who does not apologize for his conservative leanings. However, the author of this book understands that one political party does not hold all the answers to critical issues facing our nation. The current Democratic president, his administration and Democratic-controlled Senate have created in this person's opinion [...]
 


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