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The Lions of the West

by Mary Popham

There is properly no history, only biography. Admired for his bestsellers, a novel*, Gap Creek,* and a biography of Daniel Boone, Robert Morgan subscribes to Ralph Waldo Emerson’s epigraph as he chronicles the lives of Americans who... Read More

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The Price of Glory

by Mary Popham

"The Price of Glory", set in 1795 post-Revolutionary France, is the author’s third in a nautical series featuring fictional British seaman Captain Nathan Peake. With vivid tales of ships and the sea, wind and weather, war and... Read More

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Fred the Fox Shouts "NO!"

by Mary Popham

With the title as the first line, thus begins a superb story of a family of foxes who discuss the dangers of sexual abuse. Parents and caretakers will find teachable moments to use as a warning to their children—not only about... Read More

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Naked Heart

by Mary Popham

Loyalty, love, and what constitutes duty to country and family are the great themes of Naked Heart. Going into the minds of all the characters and using the frame of a twenty-first century failed businessman who inherits a historical... Read More

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Shadow of the Rock

by Mary Popham

The Shadow of the Rock is a fictional story based on facts recorded in Florida history, and various other sources in Morocco, St. Thomas, and Gibraltar, on the Mediterranean coast of southern Spain. Eileen Haavik McIntire shares a... Read More

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A Pocket History of the Civil War

by Mary Popham

Martin F. Graham’s "A Pocket History of the Civil War" is a font of information that will interest a wide range of readers, including the ardent history buff. An expert on America’s most divisive war, Graham has written or... Read More

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