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The Clever Mill Horse

by Joe Taylor

Filled with danger, science, and suspense, this story rings true with historical and natural detail. With "The Clever Mill Horse", Jodi Lew-Smith presents a kaleidoscopic glimpse of early America through the struggle of a young woman to... Read More

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Mekong Mud Dogs

by Joe Taylor

Eaton captures the danger, emotions, and political landscapes of the Vietnam War in this extraordinary story of heroism. No one exemplified the utter danger and downright dirty work of the Vietnam War more than the combat infantryman. Ed... Read More

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The Roof Walkers

by Joe Taylor

With a unique narrative approach, Keith Henderson recreates the birth of Canada. "The Roof Walkers" by Keith Henderson, an epistolary novel about the birth of Canada, is historical fiction at its best. It not only illuminates a point in... Read More

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Abe Lincoln: Public Enemy No. 1

by Joe Taylor

Lincoln, emancipated at last from the nineteenth century, finds a job more honest than the presidency: “String Bean” is a thug with morals. In 1976, while they were students at Emerson College, Brian Anthony and Bill Walker made a... Read More

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Where They Bury You

by Joe Taylor

Heroes fall in a fictionalized account of how the West was swindled. With "Where They Bury You", Steven W. Kohlhagen inserts a “what-could-have-been” amendment to the official American story of the Southwest in the 1860s.... Read More

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But by the Chance of War

by Joe Taylor

Heroic couplet-form dialogue brings an epic feel to this survey of war and human nature’s destiny. No one is more aware of the paradoxes inherent in war than its principals. In this epic survey, Richard Lyons takes to battlefields and... Read More

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Two or Three Years Later

by Joe Taylor

To read this surreal series of madness, first check your sense of reality at the door. “A man, whose name I’ve thankfully forgotten, came up to me and said something that I’ve thankfully forgotten.” So begins “An Almost... Read More

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