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No Greater Service

A Peace Corps Photo Memoir (Philippines 1969-1974)

March 1, 2021, Peace Corps turns sixty. Its mission—to teach a skill and to spread the Peace Corps brand of goodwill around the world—still resonates. In No Greater Service, author Alvin J. Hower highlights its relevance yesterday, today, and the yea...


Format: Dust Jacket Hardcover(B/W)

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No Greater Service

A Peace Corps Photo Memoir (Philippines 1969-1974)

March 1, 2021, Peace Corps turns sixty. Its mission—to teach a skill and to spread the Peace Corps brand of goodwill around the world—still resonates. In No Greater Service, author Alvin J. Hower highlights its relevance yesterday, today, and the yea...


Format: Perfect Bound Softcover(B/W)

Our Price: $28.95

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Growing Up A Maniac

This is the autobiography of the author’s early years growing up and becoming a man before his wife and children could know him. It is a story of economic and family struggles, lessons learned, first brushes with faith, and people who made a differe...


Format: Perfect Bound Softcover(B/W)

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Growing Up A Maniac

This is the autobiography of the author’s early years growing up and becoming a man before his wife and children could know him. It is a story of economic and family struggles, lessons learned, first brushes with faith, and people who made a differe...


Format: E-Book

Our Price: $3.99

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Soldier of Fortune Poet

DIMMING OF THE LIGHTS

This book is about a kid, who was born and grew up on the north and wrong side of the tracks of a very small town, in poverty. And at age nine was on his own, street wise, with divorced parents going separate ways, two sisters went to live with aunts...


Format: Casebound Hardcover(B/W)

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Soldier of Fortune Poet

DIMMING OF THE LIGHTS

This book is about a kid, who was born and grew up on the north and wrong side of the tracks of a very small town, in poverty. And at age nine was on his own, street wise, with divorced parents going separate ways, two sisters went to live with aunts...


Format: Perfect Bound Softcover(B/W)

Our Price: $8.99

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Soldier of Fortune Poet

DIMMING OF THE LIGHTS

This book is about a kid, who was born and grew up on the north and wrong side of the tracks of a very small town, in poverty. And at age nine was on his own, street wise, with divorced parents going separate ways, two sisters went to live with aunts...


Format: E-Book

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Grasping for the Wind

Extraordinary friendships are formed by six young fighter pilots during the promising days of the early sixties. They are brash and cocky, and their future seems unlimited, but only one is committed to career success no matter what the cost—Rob Walke...


Format: Perfect Bound Softcover(B/W)

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Grasping for the Wind

Extraordinary friendships are formed by six young fighter pilots during the promising days of the early sixties. They are brash and cocky, and their future seems unlimited, but only one is committed to career success no matter what the cost—Rob Walke...


Format: E-Book

Our Price: $3.99

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A JOURNEY WITHOUT A DESTINATION

This book is a true story of three sisters who lived in South Carolina and were sold as slaves to a master in Mississippi. They were able to escape from him, ride a ferry as Stole-Away, swim the Mississippi River, hide in the woods and make it to a p...


Format: Perfect Bound Softcover(B/W)

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A JOURNEY WITHOUT A DESTINATION

This book is a true story of three sisters who lived in South Carolina and were sold as slaves to a master in Mississippi. They were able to escape from him, ride a ferry as Stole-Away, swim the Mississippi River, hide in the woods and make it to a p...


Format: E-Book

Our Price: $3.99

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The Song of Our Father

History into Poetry

The Song of Our Father (cf. The Song of Hiawatha) is the story of a patriarch of the Niger Delta in West Africa, told in poetry like its homophonic cousin, and rhymed in 29 of 30 chapters. The Prologue flashes back to 1834 when the British explorer ...


Format: Perfect Bound Softcover(B/W)

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The Song of Our Father

History into Poetry

The Song of Our Father (cf. The Song of Hiawatha) is the story of a patriarch of the Niger Delta in West Africa, told in poetry like its homophonic cousin, and rhymed in 29 of 30 chapters. The Prologue flashes back to 1834 when the British explorer ...


Format: E-Book

Our Price: $3.99

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Sand and Sagebrush

A Desert Journey

In 1914, a young married couple leaves the lush Willamette Valley to participate in the last land give-away in the US. The newspaper headlines and tales of success lead them to the harsh desert valley of southern Oregon.


Format: E-Book

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Sand and Sagebrush

A Desert Journey

In 1914, a young married couple leaves the lush Willamette Valley to participate in the last land give-away in the US. The newspaper headlines and tales of success lead them to the harsh desert valley of southern Oregon.


Format: Perfect Bound Softcover(B/W)

Our Price: $14.99

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