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Hiroshima Sunset
By John Kelly
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 84,590. Language: English. Published: July 23, 2009. Category: Fiction
In 2007, self-publishing author, Amanda Blackburn accepts an assignment in Japan to help exonerate the name of a former soldier who served in the post-war Australian occupation army in 1946. The soldier’s damning exploits are revealed in a journal written by an unidentified veteran. A tender love story set against the background of Atomic devastation.
Destiny In The Pacific
By John Schork
Price: $6.95 USD. Words: 114,680. Language: English. Published: December 26, 2010. Category: Fiction
Set in the first desperate year of the Pacific War, "Destiny in the Pacific" tells the story of Bryan Michaels, a disgraced Naval Aviator. A promising career in shambles, his time in the Navy drawing to a close, Bryan is given a second chance following the attack on Pearl Harbor. Jump into the cockpit for the air battles of Coral Sea and Midway and much, much more. "Destiny" puts you there.
A Walking Tour of Norfolk, Virginia
By Doug Gelbert
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 4,450. Language: English. Published: December 29, 2010. Category: Nonfiction
There is no better way to see America than on foot. And there is no better way to appreciate what you are looking at than with a walking tour. This walking tour of Norfolk, Virginia from walkthetown.com is ready to explore when you are. Each walking tour describes historical, architectural landmarks, cultural sites and ecclesiastic touchstones and provides step-by-step directions.
The Blows of Yesteryear: An American Saga
By John Y. Le Bourgeois
Price: $9.99 USD. Words: 90,360. Language: English. Published: July 27, 2012. Category: Nonfiction
We recall a family of real but largely forgotten women in American history. All were descendants of Elizabeth Taylor and Peter Blow. Their lives were full, far-flung and unscripted, emblematic of the nation’s course over five generations. Our women are mostly fortunate in love, and marry good men. They are motivated. They know death, even murder; and they live with slavery and its aftermath.