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Genre(s): Biographies & Memoirs | History
A collection of almost daily letters written by an infantry grunt to his new wife back in the States during his tour in Vietnam. This collection spans his seven months in the field while serving with the 25th Infantry Division.
These very personal letters provide us with a unique perspective. with candid observations and comment on Army life and combat, the land and its people, the issues of the day, and his efforts to cope with a hostile environment. At the same time it is a love story about overcoming the challenges facing a new couple establishing a lasting and loving relationship while being separated by thousands of miles While each couple who served had their own set of unique circumstances, there is a common thread in the rhythm of both life at home and in the field. If you did not have the opportunity to serve in Vietnam but wondered “what was it like?” these letters will provide you with some insight.
IN THE FIELD is a draftee’s view of the war, looking from the mud up.
Genre(s): Horror | Science Fiction
Max Newsome wanted to forget his violent wartime past. He wanted to get a degree, maybe fall in love, start a family and live out his days in peace.
Then the dead rose.
Through a horrific classroom siege and into the devastated city beyond, Max struggles to build a new family from the rubble of shattered lives around him. When they team up with the emergency team from a mysterious organization called Central Outbreak Response, they believe they are safe, and on the difficult path to recovery.
But the dead keep secrets that threaten to destroy everything Max holds dear.
COR:Genesis is a pulse-pounding tale of survival and friendship, love and loss. It challenges accepted standards of the genre with wit, guile and visceral brutality.
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Genre(s): Action & Adventure | Mystery Thriller & Suspense
“COLD OPEN is red hot when it comes to action. A terrific book with plenty of inventive twists and turns. And who could write it better than this? A real reporter, Greg Clarkin sums up the electricity and crackle of a newsroom with a deadly twist. COLD OPEN is great entertainment.” -Kitty Pilgrim, former CNN correspondent and author of The Stolen Chalice and The Explorer’s Code
“Check out COLD OPEN…a thrilling mystery.” -Ali Velshi, CNN anchor
When the nation’s number one cable news anchor, turns up floating in the East River, the cops label it a suicide. But his gorgeous widow is convinced he was killed and carries a secret that proves it.
Now she has Sam North believing it. The story-hungry TV reporter starts nosing around and discovers what Jack Steele found out the hard way…asking questions can get you disturbing answers, maybe even killed.
Genre(s): Self-Help | Personal Transformation
In 2006 the author ventured across the United States while trying to remain one step ahead of his dark and depressing past. At the age of seventeen, the darkness had caught up with him, while being faced with a life or death decision one cold Northern Michigan evening a voice told him to keep going. Years later the rut continued so he made a frantic decision to make a drastic change in his life. Determined to find the life that had eluded him, he set out on an adventure that would change his life forever. Tormented by failures of his past, he meets influential people along the route that teaches him to re-frame his past and to let go. The meshing together of lessons learned from the open road and the rewriting of his history all culminate in pulling the author out from his darkness. The lesson of the knuckle sandwich is profound enough to stay with you for a lifetime.
Genre(s): Humor & Entertainment | Political
College kids happy to accept food stamps? Men carrying purses and crying at work? Parents hiring branding experts to name their babies? Big government spenders who won’t spend their own money on big government?
If you think American culture is getting goofy, you’ll enjoy “Comical Sense: A Lone Humorist Takes on a World Gone Nutty” by nationally syndicated humor columnist Tom Purcell (www.TomPurcell.com).
In the spirit of Dave Barry — with reverence to past American greats Art Buchwald and Mike Royko — Purcell carves up modern nuttiness with surgical precision.
Comical Sense, a collection of more than 90 of his finest newspaper columns, delivers a hearty dose of much needed humor and horse sense. Sometimes laugh-out-loud funny, sometimes poignant and wry, Purcell’s columns are always original and compelling.
Purcell, also the author of “An Apple Core, a Toilet: Misadventures of a 1970s Childhood,” is a Pittsburgh Tribune-Review humor columnist distributed nationally to more than 200 newspapers by the Cagle syndicate.
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