by Richard Gough. Richard Gough was just 23
years old when the Falklands conflict
took place in 1982. He was the youngest weapons director to take
part in the conflict.
Journey of a Common Man,
by Alan Brooker. The journey of New Zealand author Alan
Brooker from colonial India during the last days of the British
Raj to the New Zealand of the 21st Century and many fantastic
universes in his mind.
Icon of Romance,
by Julia Ann Charpentier. Based on over one hundred
rare sources, this biography of actor Rudolph Valentino will
thrill romantics and fans of silent film.
Price of Freedom, by Alex Domokos, with
Rita Y. Toews. After World War II, Mr. Domokos spent
six years as a slave laborer in Russia, then was exiled within
his native Hungary. He fled in 1956 but had to leave their
infant daughter behind.
Men: Marc Rich and the $10 Billion Scam, by A. Craig Copetas.
Find out how Rich pulled off the $10 billion scam, becoming one
of America's most wanted criminals, and how other traders have
used the same model to evade taxes as well.
in the Desert, by Margaret Leslie Davis. This book follows
the remarkable career of William Mulholland, the visionary who
engineered the rise of Los Angeles as the greatest American city
west of the Mississippi.
by Bill Gutman. Edward Kennedy “Duke” Ellington was
one of jazz’s greatest innovators. Explore the fascinating
life of this legend from his birth at the turn of the century to
his death at the age of seventy-five.
in the Wind, by Rei Kimura. This
is the true story of the tragic life of Okichi Saito who became
the pawn to placate Townsend Harris, the first American Consul
to Japan in the turbulent mid 1800's when Japan was being forced
to open its doors to the West. This poignant love story takes
place during a period in history when the "Black
Ships" arrived in Japan and changed many lives, especially
those of Okichi and her financé and lover, Tsurumatsu.
by Sharon Kuntz. This is the biography of an
ordinary man with a penchant for getting in and out of trouble
throughout his life. It wasn't that Pius looked for trouble. It
just seemed to find him and, if not for an inordinate amount of
luck, Pius surely would have had a short life.
Man Who Fell from the Sky,
by William Norris. The
true story of the gaudy life and bizarre demise of '20s tycoon
Alfred Loewenstein, and the modern-day quest to solve the
tantalizing mystery of his death.
The Rise and Fall of a Cocaine Smuggler,
by William Norris. The
cautionary tale of Andrew Barnes' descent into hell: how it
happened, and what it was like to serve the cocaine barons whom
he ultimately betrayed.
by Martin Shepard. Fritz Perls described himself as a
"mediocre psychoanalyst" who became "the possible
creator of a 'new' method of treatment" - Gestalt Therapy.
His wife described him as half prophet, half bum. The author
offers a holistic view of Fritz in this book.
Ruth: His Life and Legend, by Kal Wagenheim. Babe
Ruth is remembered for his dramatic heroism not only on the
baseball diamond but also in his life.
Legendary Mae West, by Tabatha Yeatts. Comedic
actor, writer, and superstar Mae West broke all the rules in her
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