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Book CoverAmerica and the Vatican, by Robert F. Illing
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Illing brings the reader into the fascinating and colorful political world of the Vatican, a unique entity with the dual nature of political state which functions apart from its other position as center of the Roman Catholic Church. [More]
Book CoverBreaking Iraq: The Ten Mistakes That Broke Iraq, by Col. Ted Spain and Terrie Turchie
History Publishing Company

A brigade commander’s tour of duty in Baghdad during the first chaotic year of the American occupation following the 2003 invasion. [More]
Book CoverBroken Bodies, Shattered Minds: A Medical Odyssey from Vietnam to Afghanistan, by Ronald J. Glasser, M.D.
History Publishing Company

Glasser traces the changing nature of warfare from jungles of Vietnam to streets and mountains of Iraq and Afghanistan and the physical and psychological damage of wounds to troops in U.S. Army and Marine Corps. [More]
Book CoverBullets and Bread: The Story of the Sacrifice in American Homes to Feed Troops in World War II, by Kent Whitaker
History Publishing Company

The U.S. is amazingly transformed into a nation serviced by a national food production industry to meet the needs of fighting World War II. [More]
Book CoverCharlie’s Place, by Michael S. Malone
History Publishing Company

The story of an Oklahoma homestead, settled during the Land Rush, lost during the Great Depression and restored seven decades later. [More]
Book CoverChristmas 1945, by Matthew Litt
History Publishing Company

Christmas 1945 was a Bestseller on link Barnesandnoble.com, in the top 100 books on Christmas Day.

It was the greatest celebration in American history. A four day holiday, unique to the American culture, merged the American spirit and its spirituality. The author highlights the self-reliance of the American man and woman in 1945 and the extent to which they would go to help their fellow man and woman. It illustrates the important role of the newspaper in connecting the nation and shaping the American culture as it reported on the depth of the American spirit in 1945. [More]
Book CoverDefying Evil, by Benjamin Wood
History Publishing Company

The fascinating World War II story of the techniques used by the Italian Army to thwart the operations of the Nazi-allied Croatian government to send Jews to the holocaust. [More]
Book CoverFrom Pigeons to Tweets: A General Who Led Dramatic Changes in Military Communications, by Clarence E. McKnight, Jr.
History Publishing Company

The author led the U.S. Army into the modern age of computer warfare developing portals through which new channels of digitalization flowed to a welcoming civilian usage. [More]
Book CoverThe Right Frequency, by Fred Lucas
History Publishing Company

American politics was transformed from the time a WABC manager told Rush Limbaugh, “You’re kidding yourself if you think we’ll ever carry your national show.” [More]
Book CoverHomeland Insecurity: How Washington Politicians Have Made America Less Safe, by Terry Turchie and Dr. Kathleen Puckett
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Silver Medal Winner, Freedom Fighter of the Year, Independent Publisher’s IPPY award.

Silver Medal Winner, Benjamin Franklin Award, given to independent and university publishers by the Independent Book Publishers Association, in the Political Current Events category.

Finalist for 2008 Book of the Year Award for Political Science by ForeWord Magazine.


The authors lead readers on a detailed exploration of how the politics of power were born, and have continued to endure, in the highest offices of the American government. [More]
Book CoverHunting the American Terrorist: The FBI’s War on Homegrown Terror, by Terry Turchie and Dr. Kathleen Puckett
History Publishing Company

Winner of Two Awards
- Finalist for ForeWord Magazine’s 2007 Book of the Year Award
- Winner of 2007 Independent Publishers Bronze Book Award


Profiles of UNABOMBER Ted Kaczynski, Oklahoma bomber Timothy McVeigh, and the Atlanta Olympics bomber Eric Rudolph, and the next potential American terrorist. [More]
Book CoverLegerdemain: The President’s Secret Plan, The Bomb and What The French Never Knew, by A Memoir by James J. Heaphey, Ph.D.
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Nominated for the Harry Truman Award by Harry S. Truman Institute for National and International Affairs, a bi-annual award given to best book, published during 2008-2009, by Truman Library dealing with national security affairs during Truman Administration.

Nominated for 2008 Book of the Year Award for Autobiography by ForeWord Magazine.


The true story that takes Jim Heaphey through the alleyways and bathhouses of Casablanca, the exotic Arabian Nights-like Fair in Marrakesch, the settings of the privileged in Cairo and the hillside villages of Cyprus. The story unveils the workings of MI6, the CIA, French Security Force, the Moassad and the KGB. [More]
Book CoverA Lovely Little War, by Angus Lorenzen
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A young boy in a relatively comfortable setting is excited when World War II breaks out and then he becomes a prisoner of the Japanese and his life turns to one of deprivation, death and destruction. A Lovely Little War is an autobiographical account of life and endurance in the infamous Santo Tomas Internment Camp in Manila, as seen through the eyes of a child. [More]
Book Cover... So Help Me God: The Bibles that Made it to the Inauguration, by Michael Costanzo
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A history of known Bibles used in every American presidential inauguration. [More]
Book CoverSo You Think You Know The Presidents?, by Peter E. Meltzer
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Fascinating facts about our chief executives. [More]
Book CoverThe Battle Without Bullets: Psychological Operations During the Baghdad Surge, by Col. Carmine Cicalese, US Army
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Foreword by Brig. General John Davis

The Surge in Baghdad was fought on two fronts. Explosive ordinance, automatic weapons, rocket-propelled grenades and armored vehicles on one front to gain the city streets. The other front was the battle to gain the confidence and trust of the city’s residents. [More]
Book CoverThe Greatest Speech, Ever, by James L. Cotton, Jr.
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To fully understand how the Gettysburg Address came to be, one must understand how Abraham Lincoln came to be. [More]
Book CoverBluebeard: Brave Warrior, Brutal Psychopath, by Valerie Ogden
History Publishing Company

Why did Joan of Arc’s close companion on the battlefield, one of the wealthiest and most respected men in France, became a notorious serial killer? [More]
Book CoverUNABOMBER: How the FBI Broke Its Own Rules to Capture the Terrorist Ted Kaczynski, by Jim Freeman, Terry Turchie, and Max Noel
History Publishing Company

The story of the way the FBI was forced to change its methods of operation to capture Theodore Kaczynski. [More]
Book CoverWe Were Pretty Darn Good, by Steve Grineski
History Publishing Company

The heartbeat of Heartland America beats with each page of this book about the remarkable people who educated the children of the rural countryside. [More]
Book CoverWords of War, by Don Bracken
History Publishing Company

Award Winner
Finalist for ForeWord Magazine’s 2007 Book of the Year Award for History


Contrasts the newspaper reportage of The New York Times and The Charleston Mercury as they brought their views of the major Civil War battles to their reading public. [More]
Book CoverWisdom from the Oval Office, by Pierce Word
History Publishing Company

The ultimate Presidential quote book: from George Washington to the present day. [More]

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Chronology Books

Book CoverReversing America’s Decline: Jefferson’s Remedy, by Neal Herrick
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Book CoverAll I Could Be: My Story as a Woman Warrior in Iraq, by Miyoko Hikiji
Chronology Books

This story exposes the comradeship, intimacy, cowardice and humor of soldiers living in physical and emotional grit. [More]
Book CoverCuster Survivor, by John Koster
Chronology Books

The myth that all members of the five companies of the Seventh Cavalry with General Custer at the battle of the Little Big Horn were killed by the Sioux and the Cheyenne is disproved by author and historian John Koster. Meticulous research by the author along with forensic evidence proves that one man did survive. Introduction by Prof. Louise Barnett, Rutgers University and author of Touched by Fire. [More]
Book CoverDon’t Shoot, We’re Republicans: The True Story of the FBI Agent Who Did Things His Way, by Jack Owens
Chronology Books

How did an FBI Agent keep his cool when he was chasing down hard drinking, quick-to-the trigger bad guys in Alabama, Mississippi and Georgia, high stakes, international spies in Washington and a victim-seeking serial murderer in Atlanta? He used his brain and his sense of humor. [More]
Book CoverHump Pilot, Defying Death Flying the Himalayas During World War II, by Nedda R. Thomas
Chronology Books

Publication date November 24, 2014

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Book CoverSomeone Like Me: An Unlikely Story of Challenge and Triumph Over Cerebral Palsy, by John W. Quinn
Chronology Books

John Quinn wrote this book to give hope to the millions of people struggling with muscular disorders who fight to make it through every day. [More]
Book CoverThe Street Agent: After taking on the mob, the Klan and the Aryan Nations, he walks softly and carries a .357 Magnum -- The true story, by Wayne F. Manis
Chronology Books

Brings to life the mind set, life style, and distorted ambitions of US citizens who would destroy life as known today. [More]
Book CoverWelcome to Hell: Three and a Half Months of Marine Corps Boot Camp, by Patrick Turley
Chronology Books

Patrick Turley captures it perfectly and former Marine John Patrick Shanley said it only the way a Pulitzer Prize winning author could: “It’s great to have gone to Marine Corps boot camp. It’s terrible to be in Marine Corps boot camp. It’s fun to read about Marine Corps boot camp.” [More]

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Today’s Books

Book CoverBeating the G. I. Blues: The Military Spouse’s Guide to Living Well with Uncle Sam, by Bonnie Domrose Stone
Today’s Books

This book pulls no punches. It covers the negatives in this time of multiple wars and details what the enlisted spouse needs to know and how to get it in the vast superstructure of the American military. [More]
Book CoverHow to Survive in an Organization, by James J. Heaphey, Ph.D.
Today’s Books

Winner of the Silver Benjamin Franklin Award, given to independent and university publishers by the Independent Book Publishers Association, in the Career category.

The book that defines how one can exist in an organization and actually move upward. It is a penetrating look at human behavior in an organization and how to capitalize on it. [More]
Book CoverCareer of Gold: Defeat Age Bias by Re-Careering for the Second Half of Your Life, by Don Bracken
Today’s Books

Use the power of your knowledge and experience to have a successful and prosperous life after your first career. [More]

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