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Thurston Clarke (Tunisia 1968)
$ 19.49 (Hardback), $14.99 (Kindle)
A groundbreaking revisionist history of the last days of the Vietnam War that reveals the acts of American heroism that saved more than one hundred thousand South Vietnamese from communist revenge.
Through the lives of ordinary Egyptians, Hessler creates a richly textured portrait of a revolution and the people swept up in it, drawing connections between contemporary politics and the ancient past.
Informative, joyous, and lots of fun, with wonderful photographs and valuable tips makes the book a fascinating story and an excellent planning tool.
Young lawyer Robin Lockwood takes on two cases that include murder, rape, DNA confusion and stalking — and they might be related.
Be Steadfast: A Peace Corps Journey in Sierra Leone
By Bryan J. Meeker (Sierra Leone 2011-13)
In the Amber Chamber combines dark fairy tales with disturbing history: a dust bowl, some famine, and some dessert.
Conversations With US – Great Lakes States:
Two Wheels, Fifty States, Hundreds of Voices – One America
Chris Register (El Salvador 2001–03)
Spoke & Word Books
Conversations With US — Great Lakes States is the first in a series of books recounting how one man’s 16,000 mile, pedal-powered journey through the United States weaves together nearly 400 Americans and their diverse views on what makes us a nation.
A fifth book by Moritz Thomsen has been found, and published . . . enough said!
Understanding El Salvador.