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Underwater Museums: What Remains of WWII in the Pacific

Publication Date: 11/05/2024

Dive into the submerged history of the Pacific theater of WWII where ships, planes, submarines, and military surplus rest beneath the waves. Explore the underwater museums preserved in time through stunning photography from award-winning photographer, Brandi Mueller, and captivating firsthand stories of diving the wrecks and the history of how…

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The Most Interesting Man in the World

Publication Date: 09/10/2024

The Godfather of New York City hardcore and founding member of Agnostic Front invites you into his lower east side pad to regale you with tales from his extraordinary life among mobsters, punk rockers, and a bevy of iconic artists and personalities—none of whom is as interesting or fascinating as…

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Where One Hears the Rain: Finding Your Voice and Crafting Your Story, from Inspiration to Publication

Publication Date: 08/20/2024

Where One Hears the Rain is a comprehensive, entertaining, and informative guide that explores the art of memoir writing and provides aspiring authors with the tools and inspiration to craft their own compelling personal narratives. Drawing on his journey as an author, collaborative writer, and decade-long tenure as a memoir…

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Tough Rugged Bastards: A Memoir of a Life in Marine Special Operations

Publication Date: 08/13/2024

Tough Rugged Bastards is the memoir of an ordinary guy who seized an extraordinary opportunity to become one of the most elite warfighters in America during the most volatile times in the Global War on Terror. Following the 9/11 attacks, Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld directed the Marine Corps to…

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Dark Tide: Growing Up With Ted Bundy

Publication Date: 07/23/2024

For the first time, Edna Cowell Martin—cousin of Ted Bundy—tells her story of growing up with Ted, living in Seattle during his murderous spree, and learning the horrible truth about the man she thought she knew. Growing up in Seattle in the 1950s and 1960s, Edna believed she had a…

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Forgotten Island: The WWII Story of One Sailor’s Survival on Japanese-Occupied Guam

Publication Date: 07/16/2024

Forgotten Island is the story of Navy radioman George Tweed, who was trapped on Japanese-occupied Guam during World War II, and the American liberation of the island. The opening days of World War II in the Pacific found the island of Guam in the Mariana Islands to be an isolated…

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Entrances and Exits

Publication Date: 06/04/2024

The man who brought the kavorka to the Seinfeld show through one of the most remarkable and beloved television characters ever invented, Kramer, shares the extraordinary life of a comedy genius—the way he came into himself as an artist, the ups and downs as a human being, the road he…

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Hero/Villain: Satoshi: The Man Who Built Bitcoin

Publication Date: 05/21/2024

The inside story of the man who invented Bitcoin and his battle to protect it. In 2008, when the Bitcoin Whitepaper was published online, the technology world changed forever. Hero / Villain: Satoshi: The Man Who Built Bitcoin tells the story of how an awkward, Australian security specialist first created…

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The Attitude Equation: Rockstars in All Fields Share Their Secret Attitudes

Publication Date: 04/23/2024

Through interviews with some of today’s world-class performers, you will learn to immediately apply a formula to empower your attitude and alter the outcomes of your life. Attitude is at the heart of all human behavior and interaction, which has a significant bearing on positive outcomes. Attitude is fundamental to…

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Married… With Children vs the World: The Inside Story of the Shock-Com That Launched FOX and that Changed TV Comedy Forever

Publication Date: 04/23/2024

A rollicking account of the groundbreaking show from one of the show’s producers, featuring the voices of the stars, creators, and executives involved with bringing it to life. Married… With Children burst onto the airwaves with a full-frontal attack on the myth of domestic tranquility depicted in family comedies since…

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