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By Bill Van Horn
Imagine flying into Iran to rescue the American embassy employees being held hostage. What would it be like to be a pilot of a military refueling aircraft, loaded with jet fuel and passengers, accelerating to takeoff speed, then having to do a high-speed abort because of an aircraft malfunction. Put yourself in an aircraft that crashes onto a remote airstrip during a blizzard. How would you react to being a young man who “has it all”, being a military pilot and newly married, but you learn that you have leukemia. You are then told about a new medical procedure called a bone marrow transplant but, half the people who have tried that have died. What would it be like to be a member of the United States military, training to defend your nation against the Soviet Empire during the Cold War, when your government tells you that you are going on a mission to establish Christian organizations in the Soviet military. These are all real-world stories from graduates of the Class of ’74 of the United States Air Force Academy. Read, laugh, cry, learn and be inspired.
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By Ric Murphy
FREEDOM ROAD is an historic account of America’s oldest recorded African American family, and their participation and rich contributions to American history over a four hundred year period. FREEDOM ROAD is a compilation of well-documented individual stories that begins in Africa in 1483, and from there, spans over fifteen generations and three continents, and definitively changes our understanding of American history, showcasing the significant role that one African American family has played from colonial American history to present day. This book is an exciting and compelling American saga that captivates readers with the story of the enslavement of John Gowen, one of the first Africans brought to America, and the first to be set free; the story of Thomas and Rebecca Cornell, forced to leave England because of their religious beliefs, and how they became known as the family of Presidents; and the story of the daring escape of Othello and Thomas Fraction from their cruel, vindictive slave master, himself the brother of a Confederacy Senator and the son of a Virginia governor. FREEDOM ROAD is enthralling, resounding, and evocative; it challenges the reader to have a better understanding of American history, and inspires them to learn about their own family history.
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By Randy Pease
This book is partly about football and partly about war. It is also about America’s loss of innocence. John Kennedy was president, and we lived in a sliver of time many called Camelot. However, Vietnam was rising. Most of the narrative takes place in 1961 on the west side of Evansville, Indiana. During the autumn of that year, the Reitz High School Panthers became the only high school team in modern football history to go through a season without allowing a point—nine straight shutouts. It was in October of that year when President Kennedy, acting on the advice of Gen. Maxwell Taylor, sent 16,000 “advisors and trainers” to South Vietnam. Prior to Vietnam, the United States was undefeated on the battlefield, its only blemish being a stalemate in Korea. Vietnam would be America’s first taste of defeat.

Two players on that football team, both all-state tackles (one an Eagle Scout and honor student, the other a poor kid from the wrong side of the tracks) would die in Vietnam. One would die by a sniper’s bullet, the other in a plane crash during a bombing mission.

The other characters are strong: identical twin ends; a coach who constantly chomped on antacids, which caused him to foam at the mouth when he ranted; a black sheep who spent time in the state reformatory as a youth and in a correctional facility as an adult; the girls/women who loved these guys. The narrator is a player who quit the team before they achieved immortality and later became a helicopter pilot in Vietnam.

The book is fiction, but it is based on events that happened in Evansville and globally during the fall of 1961. Names have been changed. Events have been changed. Nonetheless, the story is an attempt to examine who we were and who we have become and to inventory what we have lost and what we have kept over the last fifty years.
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By Donald A. Tortorice
This book is the first presentation of the life of Horatio Nelson to be narrated in the first person, a recounting of his life in his own words. It begins with Nelson as a young 21-year-old captain in the Caribbean and goes to his death at the Battle of Trafalgar. Along the way his experiences in carrying out the vision of his duty in the Caribbean, Corsica, Tenerife, the Battle of Cape St. Vincent, the Nile, Copenhagen, and Trafalgar cost him his eye, his right arm, and ultimately his life, all because he was blessed and cursed with a nature that was blind to the spectre of failure and deaf to anything other than the call of duty, the clamour of battle, and victory. He was also a mortal man whose attraction to women brought pleasure, frustration, infatuation, and ultimately lifelong satisfaction. This is his story as he would tell it.
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By Bill Van Horn
Imagine flying into Iran to rescue the American embassy employees being held hostage. What would it be like to be a pilot of a military refueling aircraft, loaded with jet fuel and passengers, accelerating to takeoff speed, then having to do a high-speed abort because of an aircraft malfunction. Put yourself in an aircraft that crashes onto a remote airstrip during a blizzard. How would you react to being a young man who “has it all”, being a military pilot and newly married, but you learn that you have leukemia. You are then told about a new medical procedure called a bone marrow transplant but, half the people who have tried that have died. What would it be like to be a member of the United States military, training to defend your nation against the Soviet Empire during the Cold War, when your government tells you that you are going on a mission to establish Christian organizations in the Soviet military. These are all real-world stories from graduates of the Class of ’74 of the United States Air Force Academy. Read, laugh, cry, learn and be inspired.
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By Richard Harman
This book is anti-war, which gives it immense scope. Its front cover shows New York City’s Twin Towers less than a month before they disappeared rapidly during 9/11. None of the Bush-Cheney administration’s explanations were true, but there were serious Nazi overtones. One of the book’s themes is the warlike capture of already occupied land from its current owners. These captures have been substantially similar, involving: massacre, murder and rape; the arson, demolition or confiscation of land and buildings; and deception, hypocrisy and Machiavellian lies. Such captures could be classified as Nazism — German from 1933 to 1945, but Hebrew over 3000 years ago and Zionist since 1947 against the Palestinians. Terrorism is also discussed, from American to Islamic which, in particular, is Arabs’ response to their loss of dignity because of Israeli actions funded by America. That is why the earliest global Islamic terrorism was the hijacking and destruction of American passenger aircraft. Deliberate American provocation generated continuous wars under the Republican, Reagan and Bush administrations, who profited from their immense investments in the manufacture of weapons of mass destruction. This was the fruition of retiring President Eisenhower’s worst fear, the growth of a Military-Industrial complex, which became a Political-Military-Industrial-Media complex. The media aspect includes Zionist ownership of most newspapers. President George W Bush was wrong when he called Iraq, Iran and North Korea an axis of evil, because the leaders of those countries had never met together, even for a coffee. Instead, the real axis of evil was, and is, that of America and Israel, for reasons described in this book.
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By Donald A. Tortorice
This book is the first presentation of the life of Horatio Nelson to be narrated in the first person, a recounting of his life in his own words. It begins with Nelson as a young 21-year-old captain in the Caribbean and goes to his death at the Battle of Trafalgar. Along the way his experiences in carrying out the vision of his duty in the Caribbean, Corsica, Tenerife, the Battle of Cape St. Vincent, the Nile, Copenhagen, and Trafalgar cost him his eye, his right arm, and ultimately his life, all because he was blessed and cursed with a nature that was blind to the spectre of failure and deaf to anything other than the call of duty, the clamour of battle, and victory. He was also a mortal man whose attraction to women brought pleasure, frustration, infatuation, and ultimately lifelong satisfaction. This is his story as he would tell it.
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By Donald A. Tortorice
This book is the first presentation of the life of Horatio Nelson to be narrated in the first person, a recounting of his life in his own words. It begins with Nelson as a young 21-year-old captain in the Caribbean and goes to his death at the Battle of Trafalgar. Along the way his experiences in carrying out the vision of his duty in the Caribbean, Corsica, Tenerife, the Battle of Cape St. Vincent, the Nile, Copenhagen, and Trafalgar cost him his eye, his right arm, and ultimately his life, all because he was blessed and cursed with a nature that was blind to the spectre of failure and deaf to anything other than the call of duty, the clamour of battle, and victory. He was also a mortal man whose attraction to women brought pleasure, frustration, infatuation, and ultimately lifelong satisfaction. This is his story as he would tell it.
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By Randy Pease
This book is partly about football and partly about war. It is also about America’s loss of innocence. John Kennedy was president, and we lived in a sliver of time many called Camelot. However, Vietnam was rising. Most of the narrative takes place in 1961 on the west side of Evansville, Indiana. During the autumn of that year, the Reitz High School Panthers became the only high school team in modern football history to go through a season without allowing a point—nine straight shutouts. It was in October of that year when President Kennedy, acting on the advice of Gen. Maxwell Taylor, sent 16,000 “advisors and trainers” to South Vietnam. Prior to Vietnam, the United States was undefeated on the battlefield, its only blemish being a stalemate in Korea. Vietnam would be America’s first taste of defeat.

Two players on that football team, both all-state tackles (one an Eagle Scout and honor student, the other a poor kid from the wrong side of the tracks) would die in Vietnam. One would die by a sniper’s bullet, the other in a plane crash during a bombing mission.

The other characters are strong: identical twin ends; a coach who constantly chomped on antacids, which caused him to foam at the mouth when he ranted; a black sheep who spent time in the state reformatory as a youth and in a correctional facility as an adult; the girls/women who loved these guys. The narrator is a player who quit the team before they achieved immortality and later became a helicopter pilot in Vietnam.

The book is fiction, but it is based on events that happened in Evansville and globally during the fall of 1961. Names have been changed. Events have been changed. Nonetheless, the story is an attempt to examine who we were and who we have become and to inventory what we have lost and what we have kept over the last fifty years.
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By Hadiza Bagudu
Fantah is a simple Bororo girl from a small nomadic village in West Africa. All she ever wanted was to meet the man of her dreams, fall in love, and live happily ever after. But what she got was a blue blood with an incredible ambition and an ironclad will. He took her on a roller-coaster ride of romance, action, danger, and adventure beyond her imagination. This story takes you on a journey from the open grasslands of Fombina Empire through the Trans-Saharan trading routes of Borno Kingdom to the unforgiving desert heat of Sudan Kingdom and all the way to the Caliphate of Sokoto.
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By Walter Fred Hamelrath

Poems of a High School Student and later as a young sailor.  True stories and opinions as an older man.


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By Hadiza Bagudu
Fantah is a simple Bororo girl from a small nomadic village in West Africa. All she ever wanted was to meet the man of her dreams, fall in love, and live happily ever after. But what she got was a blue blood with an incredible ambition and an ironclad will. He took her on a roller-coaster ride of romance, action, danger, and adventure beyond her imagination. This story takes you on a journey from the open grasslands of Fombina Empire through the Trans-Saharan trading routes of Borno Kingdom to the unforgiving desert heat of Sudan Kingdom and all the way to the Caliphate of Sokoto.
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By Walter Fred Hamelrath

Poems of a High School Student and later as a young sailor.  True stories and opinions as an older man.


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By Walter Fred Hamelrath

Poems of a High School Student and later as a young sailor.  True stories and opinions as an older man.


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By Kris Oanes
This is a book that will bring hidden factors of our every existence here on earth with time from our past into the future and back to the present. How one will contribute to the change of everything we thought we knew. Keep your mind open as you read it. Some information will spark your own imagination and questions right to the end.
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