Frozen in Time: An Epic Story of Survival and a Modern Quest for Lost Heroes of World War II by Mitchell Zuckoff tells about the epic search for missing World War II Coast Guard soldiers who were on a rescue mission. The book provides and intense glimpse into a forgotten moment in history.
An elegant, poetic book which tells of a young woman coming to grip with her own history at the time Argentina comes to grip with its own past.
A non-fiction historical account of the drive from Normandy to Germany. The book is a treasure trove of soldiers’ portraits, personal accounts and interviews.
Hollandia, Dutch New Guinea to raise moral Colonel Prossen gave the soldiers a treat – a sightseeing tour, from the air, of a lost valley nicknamed Shangri-La.
The ambiguities and complexities which are presented in this book when it comes to the artists resisting the occupation are astounding.
Part of the book is a scathing criticism of what was then the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ), part is a memoir and part is interjections by Mr. Shaines
Mark Twain spent years writing his autobiography in many forms – essays, transcripts, transcribing and notes producing an immense, and amazing body of work.
The Secret History of the Mongol Queens tells a gripping story of lost history and the role the female heirs of Genghis Khan played in his Empire.
The Soprano State: New Jersey’s Culture of Corruption by Bob Ingle & Sandy McClure is informative, funny and entertaining yet horrifying at the same time
The book is written in a way which the reader understands the socio-economic realities the Mongols lived in, as well as the brutality of how wealth was won.