Alcuin Communications, LLC
Web and Book Design in East-Central Minnesota.
Thanks to the Internet and print-on-demand technology, you can now speak to the world. Alcuin Communications is committed to helping you do just that.
We offer reasonably priced, high-quality book packaging and Web design without the high overhead and frills that make the big design companies too expensive for the average person.
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Steps to American Prosperity
From the author of "The Economic Suicide of the United States," "Steps to Prosperity" contains a few key ideas that could turn the American economy around and result in recoverable prosperity. The book focuses on housing and energy policy. It outlines a few simple steps that will create jobs and deliver low-cost energy.
The Economic Suicide of the United States
Like Gulliver, the U.S. economy is tied up with its own Lilliputians. This book has compiled what "the mainstream media" doesn't or won't or can't report about vital issues related to the economic malaise the country finds itself in.
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- The Losing Role
on Feb. 03, 2011
I tried The Losing Role without knowing anything about it or its author. I was looking for a historical novel, and the premise sounded interesting. After reading the sample, I was hooked. I found that I really cared what happened to Max, the main character.
Max is German, spent some time in the U.S., returned to Germany just before WWII. He's an actor, not terribly political. He just wants to act. When the war starts, his roles dry up. He's drafted and sent to the Russian front. His only way out of miserable (and futile) duty in the infantry is a dangerous mission that involves disguising himself as an American soldier and sneaking behind enemy lines to do intelligence work. He decides to use the opportunity to try try to find his way back to the U.S. Max is a likable "every man." He uses the one skill he's confident of, his acting ability, to try to regain control of a life that's gone way out of control.
Is "The Losing Role" great literature? No. Is it solid storytelling and a really good read? It definitely is.
Susan Lynn Peterson
author of "Clare: A Novel"