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Combining features of biography, Holocaust memoir, family history, philosophical (and personal) dialogue, cultural geography, and political history, THE TRUE ADVENTURES OF GIDON LEV presents both...
Linda Eatmon-Jones’ A TOUCHSTONE OF DETERMINATION – TRUE GRIT recounts with insight and acumen the life, trials and accomplishments of progressive educator and visionary, Dr....
UP-CLOSE & PERSONAL recounts, in painstaking detail, young Robert C. Bogison’s deployment to Vietnam in July 1969 and his ensuing year-long tour.
STEALING HOME: A Father, A Son, and the Road to the Perfect Game explores family and baseball, where each new inning offers the chance to...
In ENCOUNTERS AFTER THE SUNSET, Ricardo Suárez-Gärtner chronicles the times and tribulations of his ancestors as they settle in the New World to eke out...