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This sixth and last novel of the American Revolution by Martin Ganzglass begins after the crucial victory at Yorktown in October 1781, and ends in the summer of 1784 in liberated New York City when Patriots and former Loyalists begin to overcome their wartime differences.
Common Sense 2019: A Bipartisan Call to Take Back our Government
Joshua A. H. Harris (Mali 1996–98) & Anonymous Anonymous
$5.60 (paperback), $3.95 (Kindle)
Joshua A. H. Harris (Mali 1996–98)
$8.99 (Kindle), $8.69 pre-release price
The surviving son of a germophobic mother, Cecil Reitmeister embraces all forms of bacteria and formulates an elaborate plan to lead humanity out of the Anthropocene and into a new era of interspecies harmony.
Join explorer Steve Kaffen on an exciting journey across South Asia, part of his epic trip around the world. Explore eight fascinating countries, meet their residents and experience their cultures, and have a succession of adventures along the way.
The Identity Question: Blacks and Jews in Europe and America
by Robert Philipson (Namibia 2004– )
University Press of Mississippi
$30.00 (paperback), $50.00 (hardcover), $22.00 (Kindle)
The poems in Strange Beauty of the World invite readers to reflect on the ways the past impinges on the present, how events long ago continue to inform who we are now; to consider acts taken and not taken, and the way actions have unintended consequences; to bear witness to cruelty and injustice; to summon the creative imagination to resist the mundane, challenge the rehearsed response.