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Cherry Bomb 1.5 "Lost and Found" By Angenique Thornton
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This novel depicts the life of 4 sisters that grew up as miltary brats...their lives were calm and sheltered, until the retirement of their father; which caused them to ultimately transition back to... More > the city in which they came; but they were teenagers now and the city was filled with the unknown< Less
Cherry Bomb 1.5 "Lost and Found" By Angenique Thornton
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This novel depicts the life of 4 sisters that grew up as miltary brats...their lives were calm and sheltered, until the retirement of their father; which caused them to ultimately transition back to... More > the city in which they came; but they were teenagers now and the city was filled with the unknown< Less
Boko Haram: Beyond The Bomb Blasts By IA Alabi
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A class of disenchanted Nigerian politicians vowed to make the country ungovernable for the incumbent if he got voted in. Close by is the Islamist Boko Haram with links to the al Qaeda. The Boko... More > Haram, having lost its founder in questionable circumstances following confrontation with security forces, is sworn to Islamize the country and obliterate every form of Western influences. From the succeeding wave of suicide bombings and related acts of violence aimed at spreading terror, it is not far fetched that a working accord exists between the two. This angle with relevant data the present book explores intensely. But beyond the bomb blasts is an undercurrent of intrigues, the different ethnic nationalities scheming to make the best of the situation, even as the subversive activities of the Boko Haram threaten the corporate existence of the country.< Less
Crew One: A World War 2 Memoir of Patrol Bombing Squadron 108 By Dennis Scranton
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Merriam Press World War 2 Memoir 13. First Edition, 2016. Memoir by a radar operator/gunner aboard a PB4Y-2 Privateer of VPB-108 in the Pacific, stationed at Hawaii, Kwajalein, Truk, Tinian, Peleliu,... More > and Iwo Jima, flying missions as far as the Japanese home islands. Contents: Pearl Harbor; Back in School Again; Another School; Fun for a Change; Flying at Last; PB4Y-1s; VPB-108; Acceptance; The “Privateer”; Crow’s Landing; Training; TransPac; Party Time; Kaneohe; Honolulu and the Bird Farm; Thieves?; Peleliu; Tinian; Getting to Work; Tinian Routine; Photo Business; In Retrospect; Other Crews; Lost Crew; Flying with Big John; Pappy; Tenaga Shima; Press Release; Crew Shot Down; Radar; Moving Up; Russia; Marcus Island; Marcus Aftermath; War is Over; Medal Time; Hitchhikers; Shipboard Life. 33 photos, map. Review by Dick Helling: This is another long overdue book on an aircraft people didn't even know existed. A very good read.< Less
The Lost Warship By Robert M. Williams
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"Japanese bombs rained down, there was a tremendous blast--and a weird thing happened to the Idaho....." This novella, from Amazing Stories, January 1943, is a rousing science fiction... More > adventure tale! The American Battleship, USS Idaho, disappears in the middle of World War II and finds an island of savages and dinosaurs! Only the savages aren't quite as backward as one would believe..... Robert Moore Williams (1907—1977), born in Farmington, Missouri, was an American writer, primarily of science fiction. He has over 150 short stories to his credit, published in the popular science fiction magazines spanning the period 1937 to 1966. His first published story was Zero as a Limit, which appeared in Astounding Science Fiction in 1937, under the pseudonym of "Robert Moore". He also wrote as: E. K. Jarvis, Russell Storm, John S. Browning, and H. H. Harmon.< Less
The Lost Warship By Robert M. Williams
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"Japanese bombs rained down, there was a tremendous blast--and a weird thing happened to the Idaho....." This novella, from Amazing Stories, January 1943, is a rousing science fiction... More > adventure tale! The American Battleship, USS Idaho, disappears in the middle of World War II and finds an island of savages and dinosaurs! Only the savages aren't quite as backward as one would believe..... Robert Moore Williams (1907—1977), born in Farmington, Missouri, was an American writer, primarily of science fiction. He has over 150 short stories to his credit, published in the popular science fiction magazines spanning the period 1937 to 1966. His first published story was Zero as a Limit, which appeared in Astounding Science Fiction in 1937, under the pseudonym of "Robert Moore". He also wrote as: E. K. Jarvis, Russell Storm, John S. Browning, and H. H. Harmon.< Less
Lost in the Stars of the Southern Cross By Jordan M. Young
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Just weeks before the bombing of Pearl Harbor, 21-year-old Jordan Young arrived in Brazil with $35 in his pocket and dreams of adventure. Unable to return to the U.S. because of war travel... More > restrictions, Jordan studied at the University of São Paulo, worked as a rural sociologist in the Amazon, and helped organize the Rubber Army to support the WWII war effort. In the process he met the Brazilian beauty whom he married many years later. His memoir tells the story of the Brazil of the 1940s that no longer exists and the making of a Brazilianist. Jordan M. Young is professor emeritus of history at Pace University in New York, NY. He is the author of several books about Brazil and an early proponent of the study of Brazilian culture in the United States.< Less
The Night That Souls Were Lost By Seth Kenlon
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The year is 1947. The American Union has won its war against Japan, and forged an alliance with the Fuhrer's European Reich. The world is on the verge of exciting technological breakthroughs: the... More > internet, plastic, the Europan Interstate highway, 24-hour surveillance, and the new-and-improved Atom Shift bomb. But Natalie Ferris-Brunet has personal problems to deal with. She awakens on the floor of the men's restroom in the posh Liberty Hotel, and can't remember the last four days. And stranger still, a mysterious nightclub singer tries to start an architectural revolution. A marble statue comes to life. Police detective Joseph Meyers takes her unusual case and it leads them both down a path of conspiracy, extortion, and intrigue. The Night That Souls Were Lost is an alternate history noir story about art, reality, existence, life, social responsibility, architecture, city design, and happiness. It will re-define how you see your world, and how you choose to construct it.< Less
Atomic Dreams : The Lost Journal of J. Robert Oppenheimer By Jazan Wild
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Atomic Dreams : The Lost Journal of J. Robert Oppenheimer, takes you into the mind of one of the world's most brilliant men, and into the agony of a soul riddled with inner conflict. Come take a... More > journey guided by the spirit of man as we join the race to build the world's first atomic bomb. A weapon of unmeasurable power to some, it was designed to build peace. To others, it was an unleashed monster. Where will you stand when the bomb falls? Created by : Jonathan Elias and Jazan Wild Written by : Jazan Wild< Less
Anatahan: Lost Survivors of the Island of the Living Dead By Wilbur Cross, George W. Feise, Jr.
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Merriam Press Historical Fiction No. 15. Second eBook Edition, 2016. Anatahan is a small island in the Marianas that during World War II during World War II. This is a semi-fictionalized account of... More > the trials and tribulations of life on a deserted island, while a major war rages throughout the surrounding area. The island was populated with a few natives and two Japanese couples assigned to oversee the island’s coconut plantation and copra crop. The war invades the tranquil nature of Anatahan when four small Japanese ships are bombed off its coast and 32 survivors make it to Anatahan’s shore. The story of the survivors, the Japanese couples, the natives, and their interactions, which at times are animalistic, are the crux of this story. The story comes to a head when outsiders come to convince them that the war has really ended. An unbelievable tale of the fate of the Anatahan few. 18 photos, 5 illustrations, 3 maps.< Less