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Should I Still Wish    Should I Still Wish
A Memoir
John W. Evans

In this candid and moving memoir, John W. Evans articulates the complicated joys of falling in love again as a young widower.

The Turtle's Beating Heart The Turtle's Beating Heart
One Family's Story of Lenape Survival
Denise Low

Denise Low brings to light deeply held secrets of Native ancestry as she recovers the life story of her Kansas grandfather, Frank Bruner (1889–1963).

Apollo Pilot Apollo Pilot
The Memoir of Astronaut Donn Eisele
Edited and with a foreword by Francis French
Afterword by Susie Eisele Black
Historical overview by Amy Shira Teitel

In October 1968 Donn Eisele flew with fellow astronauts Walt Cunningham and Wally Schirra into Earth orbit in Apollo 7. The first manned mission in the Apollo program and the first manned flight after a fire during a launch pad test killed three astronauts in early 1967, Apollo 7 helped restart NASA’s manned-spaceflight program.

The Lost Journalism of Ring Lardner The Lost Journalism of Ring Lardner
Edited by Ron Rapoport
Foreword by James Lardner

The Lost Journalism of Ring Lardner reintroduces this journalistic giant and his work and shows Lardner to be the rarest of writers: a spot-on chronicler of his time and place who remains contemporary to subsequent generations.

Fit for the Presidency? Fit for the Presidency?
Winners, Losers, What-Ifs, and Also-Rans
Seymour Morris Jr.

Every four years Americans embark on the ultimate carnival, the Super Bowl of democracy: a presidential election campaign filled with endless speeches, debates, handshakes, and passion. But what about the candidates themselves?

The Sharpshooters The Sharpshooters
A History of the Ninth New Jersey Volunteer Infantry in the Civil War
Edward G. Longacre

Recruited as sharpshooters and clothed in distinctive uniforms with green trim, the hand-picked regiment of the Ninth New Jersey Volunteer Infantry was renowned and admired far and wide.

Treacherous Passage Treacherous Passage
Germany’s Secret Plot against the United States in Mexico during World War I
Bill Mills

While the Great War raged across the trench-lined battlefields of Europe, a hidden conflict took place in the distant hinterlands of the turbulent Mexican Republic. German officials and secret-service operatives plotted to bring war to the United States through an array of schemes and strategies, from training a German-Mexican army for a cross-border invasion, to dispatching saboteurs to disrupt American industry, and planning for submarine bases on the western coast of Mexico.

The French Army and Its African Soldiers The French Army and Its African Soldiers
The Years of Decolonization
Ruth Ginio

In The French Army and Its African Soldiers Ruth Ginio examines the French Army’s attempts to win the hearts and souls of the local population at a time of turbulence and uncertainty regarding future relations between the colonizer and colony.

The History of the Holocaust in Romania The History of the Holocaust in Romania
Jean Ancel
Translated by Yaffah Murciano
Edited by Leon Volovici
With the assistance of Miriam Caloianu

Drawing from an exhaustive collection of original Jewish accounts and sources not available until the fall of Nicolae Ceausescu in the late 1980s, Jean Ancel provides a detailed analysis of the path of antisemitism that led to the unspeakable horrors of the Holocaust in Romania.