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From Normandy to Iwo Jima. True tales of combat…on land, sea, and air. . . The Combat Diaries: True Stories from the Frontlines of World War II by Mike Guardia

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The Combat Diaries: True Stories from the Frontlines of World War II

by Mike Guardia
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From Normandy to Iwo Jima. True tales of combat…on land, sea, and air.

At the height of World War II, the US military drew some 16 million men into its ranks. They came from every walk of life – farmers, teachers, lawyers, and even Hollywood celebrities. But whether they came from the wheat fields of Kansas, the streets of New York, or the backlots of Tinseltown, these everyday heroes answered the call when their country needed them. They were ordinary men who accomplished extraordinary things. Today, we call them the “Greatest Generation. ”

A bittersweet short story about mothers, daughters, and the witches’ brew of love… My Evil Mother: A Short Story by Margaret Atwood, author of The Handmaid’s Tale

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My Evil Mother: A Short Story

by Margaret Atwood
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A #1 Amazon Charts and Wall Street Journal bestseller.

A bittersweet short story about mothers, daughters, and the witches’ brew of love—and control—that binds them, by the #1 New York Times bestselling author of The Handmaid’s Tale and The Testaments.

Life is hard enough for a teenage girl in 1950s suburbia without having a mother who may—or may not—be a witch. A single mother at that. Sure, she fits in with her starched dresses, string of pearls, and floral aprons. Then there are the hushed and mystical consultations with neighborhood women in distress. The unsavory, mysterious plants in the flower beds. The divined warning to steer clear of a boyfriend whose fate is certainly doomed. But as the daughter of this bewitching homemaker comes of age and her mother’s claims become more and more outlandish, she begins to question everything she once took for granted.

Whiplash (An FBI Thriller Book 14) An action-packed FBI thriller from #1 New York Times bestselling author Catherine Coulter!

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Whiplash (An FBI Thriller Book 14)

by Catherine Coulter
4.6 stars – 1610 reviews
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An action-packed FBI thriller from #1 New York Times bestselling author Catherine Coulter!

In Connecticut, the murder of a pharmaceutical bigwig brings in Savich and Sherlock, along with local Agent Bowie Richards and P.I. Erin Pulaski. Back in Washington, an important U.S. senator is terrorized by an unknown entity, and is calling for Savich’s special skills.

When the Vice President is nearly killed, it’s clear these crimes are linked—and Savich and Sherlock must act fast to stop a killer…

Their journey is as legendary as their music… Eagles: Before the Band by Rik Forgo

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Eagles: Before the Band

by Rik Forgo
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Country rock was a new musical trend as the 1960s ended. Los Angeles was the movement’s epicenter, and many bands tried to find the right formula for fusing electric instruments with country and bluegrass music. Then Eagles came along, and they helped create a new blueprint for what became the California Sound.

The story of the Eagles began with their inspirations: The Beatles, Elvis Presley, The Byrds, Buffalo Springfield, the Flying Burrito Brothers, Crosby, Stills and Nash, and many others.

In the band’s first nine years together, they scored gold records for every album release and delivered songs that changed the musical landscape. Their thought-provoking, intimate lyrics joined with precision instrumentation that sounded as good live as in the studio—legions of fans built around them.

But where did they come from? Eagles: Before the Band maps their individual histories before they became the best-selling rock and roll band in American history. They came from Detroit, East Texas, Nebraska, Minneapolis, and Florida.

Follow along season by season as they struggle in small bands across the country and eventually find each other in Los Angeles. Their journey is as legendary as their music.

All of them have secrets they are desperate to keep, but none can outwit Poirot… The Mysterious Affair at Styles by Agatha Christie, the Queen of Crime

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by Agatha Christie
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Some ghosts cannot stay buried. . . The Souls of Clayhatchee: A Southern Tale by Anthony Carlisle

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The Souls of Clayhatchee: A Southern Tale

by Anthony Carlisle
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James Kingsman hated the South. Raised by parents who had migrated north from Alabama years before his birth, he had heard their personal stories of racism, injustice, and fear. At best, he carried a certain disdain for those who stayed behind, no matter how much the South had changed. When James reluctantly agrees to his mother’s last wish to be buried in her ancestral home, his notions about southern relatives are turned upside down. As are long-hidden discoveries about his parents. His father did not migrate north, he escaped. His mother kept an even deeper secret, one of rage and beauty.

The legendary Willie Mays shares the inspirations and influences responsible for guiding him on and off the field. . . 24: Life Stories and Lessons from the Say Hay Kid by Willie Mays, John Shea

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24: Life Stories and Lessons from the Say Hey Kid

by Willie Mays, John Shea
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Widely regarded as the greatest all-around player in baseball history because of his unparalleled hitting, defense and baserunning, the beloved Willie Mays offers people of all ages his lifetime of experience meeting challenges with positivity, integrity and triumph in 24: Life Stories and Lessons from the Say Hey Kid.

Presented in 24 chapters to correspond with his universally recognized uniform number, Willie’s memoir provides more than the story of his role in America’s pastime. This is the story of a man who values family and community, engages in charitable causes especially involving children and follows a philosophy that encourages hope, hard work and the fulfillment of dreams.