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Yemen Voyager By Muhammad Robert Draper III
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Yemen Voyager: Journey into Yemen and Beyond is my autobiography that tells of a Muslim man exploring the Yemeni Culture, and the Arab bedoes of Sana'a and Hadramout. Yemen Voyager discusses Yemeni... More > weddings and polygamy in a Arab bedo society, and the lives of foreigners I encountered while living abroad. Some were in the pursuit of Islamic knowledge while others were seeking a story for a book. Most importantly, I tell of how I became a Muslim and learned (Tawheed) oneness of Allah in Yemen. As a journalist for Yemen Observer and Yemen Times, I wrote about women and children's rights in Yemen, Yemen culture, sports, and their third world health problems. My journey through manhood in an Arab bedo society, my pursuit of romantic happiness, and trials and tribulations of sin entertains readers too. Let my story of growing up in Yemen fascinate you, intrigue your mind, and humor your spirits. Come along for the Voyage!!!!!!!! Less< Less
From the Narrow Passage By David T. Gochenour
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“From the Narrow Passage” recounts the life of Dr. David Gochenour (1880-1930) as taken from his extensive memoirs. As the seventh generation of Swiss Mennonites (Brethren) living at the... More > Narrow Passage farmhouse in the Shenandoah Valley, Dr. Gochenour became the first in his family’s history to leave farming, the first to get a college education, the first to live in a big city, the first to wed a woman from outside the ranks of the Brethren, the first to record his life extensively by camera and the first to travel outside America—all against the opposition and disapproval of his parents and family. When his marriage blew up, all his expectations of a glorious career and happy family were dashed, and he went into self-imposed exile. While abroad, he encountered America’s wildernesses, the great American canal project in Panama, American colonialism, the Great War, and later the Great Influenza Pandemic< Less
CUBA IN 1958 By Raúl Eduardo Chao
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No one anticipated in 1958 that, in the midst of a remarkable prosperity, Cuba would fall into Communism. It was impossible that an island 90 miles from the US, the most powerful Capitalistic... More > country in the planet, could turn Communist. Yet in one year it happened, at the cost of hundreds of lives, thousands of exiles, the eradication of free press, freedom of speech and private education, freedom of worship and private property. Suddenly, everything in Cuba belonged to the government, Cubans had to ask permission to travel abroad, if they left the island they could not return, the government decided what foods they could eat, where they had to live, what professions they could practice and what jobs were open to them. This book presents the history of how it happened, how it got started and the deceit and the treachery that made it possible. Cuba has not recovered its lost freedoms after 50 years of Communism... and probably never will. It's a great lesson for anyone sympathetic with the radical left.< Less
Marxists at the Gate By Raúl Eduardo Chao
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No one anticipated in 1958 that in the midst of a remarkable prosperity, Cuba would fall into Communism. It seemed impossible that an island 90 miles from the US, the most powerful Capitalistic... More > country in the planet, could turn Communist. Yet in two years it happened, at the cost of hundreds of lives, thousands of exiles, the eradication of free press, freedom of speech, private education, freedom of worship and private property. Now, everything belonged to the government, all Cubans had to ask permission to travel abroad, if they left, they could not return. The government decided what foods they could eat, where they had to live, what professions they could practice and what jobs were open to them. This book presents the history of how it happened, how it got started and the deceit and the treachery that made it possible. Cuba has not recovered its lost freedoms after 60 plus years of Communism... and probably never will. Great lesson for anyone sympathetic with Marxism or the radical left.< Less
Marxists at the Gate By Raúl Eduardo Chao
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No one anticipated in 1958 that in the midst of a remarkable prosperity, Cuba would fall into Communism. It seemed impossible that an island 90 miles from the US, the most powerful Capitalistic... More > country in the planet, could turn Communist. Yet in two years it happened, at the cost of hundreds of lives, thousands of exiles, the eradication of free press, freedom of speech, private education, freedom of worship and private property. Now, everything belonged to the government, all Cubans had to ask permission to travel abroad, if they left, they could not return. The government decided what foods they could eat, where they had to live, what professions they could practice and what jobs were open to them. This book presents the history of how it happened, how it got started and the deceit and the treachery that made it possible. Cuba has not recovered its lost freedoms after 60 plus years of Communism... and probably never will. Great lesson for anyone sympathetic with Marxism or the radical left.< Less
Squatting, Trespassing and Adverse Possession in Jamaica By Paula D Lennon
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The purpose of this Report is to provide you with an understanding of the leading cases of Squatting, Trespassing and Adverse Possession (STAP) in Jamaica in respect of privately owned land. ... More > Numerous Jamaicans at home and abroad have been surprised to discover that their family land is providing living/farming facilities for persons unknown. This Report will be important to you if you own land or property in Jamaica or if you know someone who does. This Report illustrates recent decisions of the Supreme Court of Jamaica and Jamaica’s last resort of appeal the UK Privy Council. Cases include stepfather against stepson, second wife against first wife, businessman against property owner, landowner against public electricity giant and one of the most violent STAP cases ever to be heard by the courts. Read what the judges really think about the state of STAP in Jamaica and learn how the law is likely to apply to you.< Less
Saving Grace By Susanna O'Neill
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A novel of trust, friendship, love and betrayal. Grace returns home after years living abroad and the first face she sees throws her emotions into turmoil. How could she have forgotten Charlie, her... More > very first love? The presence of the estranged Eddie, Charlie’s twin brother, painfully reminds her of the tragic past they share but he seems as reluctant to talk about it as Grace does. Her mind is somewhat preoccupied with her new life, however...and her new boss, who leads her on a thrilling journey through the world of art. That is until the violent ex-lover she was trying to escape re-enters her life, bringing with him a dark underworld of treachery and heartache. This envelops everyone she cares for, drawing them into a complex web of mystery, menace and romance.< Less
Sicilian Streats: A Travelogue Through Sicily’s Vibrant Street Food and Culture By Stephanie Tantillo
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Stephanie Tantillo has always loved Sicily and its glorious food. Her father immigrated to the United States of America from Bagheria, and her mother is third-generation American-Sicilian. The... More > family went on regular vacations to the island as she was growing up. As a pastry chef, bread baker, and food correspondent with CBS, she’s always surprised how little people know about Sicilian cuisine—and knowledge of its street food is even scarcer. In this deeply personal account, she celebrates her trips to Sicily and her love of its culture and people. She also shares what she learned living with a Sicilian chef during an academic year abroad. The heart of the book, however, takes readers on an epic journey of Sicily’s street food. With food as her focus—and the pictures to go along with it—she reveals the mysteries of one of Europe’s most fascinating and diverse places.< Less
Sicilian Streats: A Travelogue through Sicily’s Vibrant Street Food and Culture By Stephanie Tantillo
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Stephanie Tantillo has always loved Sicily and its glorious food. Her father immigrated to the United States of America from Bagheria, and her mother is third-generation American-Sicilian. The... More > family went on regular vacations to the island as she was growing up. As a pastry chef, bread baker, and food correspondent with CBS, she’s always surprised how little people know about Sicilian cuisine—and knowledge of its street food is even scarcer. In this deeply personal account, she celebrates her trips to Sicily and her love of its culture and people. She also shares what she learned living with a Sicilian chef during an academic year abroad. The heart of the book, however, takes readers on an epic journey of Sicily’s street food. With food as her focus—and the pictures to go along with it—she reveals the mysteries of one of Europe’s most fascinating and diverse places.< Less
Sicilian Streats: A Travelogue through Sicily’s Vibrant Street Food and Culture By Stephanie Tantillo
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Stephanie Tantillo has always loved Sicily and its glorious food. Her father immigrated to the United States of America from Bagheria, and her mother is third-generation American-Sicilian. The family... More > went on regular vacations to the island as she was growing up. As a pastry chef, bread baker, and food correspondent with CBS, she’s always surprised how little people know about Sicilian cuisine—and knowledge of its street food is even scarcer. In this deeply personal account, she celebrates her trips to Sicily and her love of its culture and people. She also shares what she learned living with a Sicilian chef during an academic year abroad. The heart of the book, however, takes readers on an epic journey of Sicily’s street food. With food as her focus—and the pictures to go along with it—she reveals the mysteries of one of Europe’s most fascinating and diverse places.< Less

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