Gary Zuercher’s career path has been quite different than that of most professional photographers because he has simultaneously combined a highly successful business career with a successful career as ... Read full author bio >
"A superb pictorial evocation of the City of Light, full of dazzling images and intriguing lore."
Joan Boothe has been fascinated with Antarctic history since childhood, when she first read stories about explorers like Roald Amundsen, Robert Falcon Scott, and Ernest Shackleton. But it was decades ... Read full author bio >
"...serious readers, armchair historians and geography or maritime buffs will find it a most rewarding journey."
An award-winning author and editor, Ralph Reynolds has published fiction and
non-fiction books. He has written widely about sports, nature, economics and agriculture. His writing has appeared in periodicals ranging ... Read full author bio >
"While (Reynolds) hasn’t found the mother lode from which the placer deposits came, he’s struck gold with his tale of “blood and guts, hope and hardship, dust and disappointment."
Johnny Townsend earned an MFA in Fiction Writing from Louisiana State University. He has published stories and essays in Newsday, The Washington Post, The Los Angeles Times, The Progressive, The ... Read full author bio >
"An irreverent, honest look at life outside the mainstream Mormon Church."
Jerry Dubs has been traveling forward through time for six decades. His books are detours to the past, signposts to the future and billboards for today.
An award winning journalist ... Read full author bio >
"An intelligently constructed and exciting peek into the distant past."
Kofi Ayim was born in Ghana, West Africa to Akan parents. He is described by both admirers and critics as a traditionalist with insightful knowledge of the culture, tradition and ... Read full author bio >
"As a member of the 1st Battalion, 1st Company of the Revolutionary Army, Cudjo clashed with British forces at Yorktown, Valley Forge, and alongside 800 other black soldiers at Monmouth, the largest battle of the war."
Alice Flynn has been a professional writer since 2004. She has a B.S. in business marketing from Portland State University, and has extensive experience with research-oriented writing, and the ... Read full author bio >
"The prose is reliably limpid, and the author’s command of both historical context and tactical maneuvering is stunning. While a scrupulously researched study, the book possesses cinematic power, unfolding more like a work of fiction than an arid catalog of the past…This is history at its best: thoughtful, rigorous, and dramatically presented without embellishment.
An important contribution to World War II literature."
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