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Behind the Microphone

by Lew Dobbins


Lean & Luscious Meatless

by Millie Snyder


I Have MS. What's Your Super Power?

by Lisa McCombs


From UDENAMO to FRELIMO and Mozambican Diplomacy

by Lopes Tembe Ndelana


Untold Stories of the West Virginia Flood of 1985: 30th Anniversary Commemorative Edition

by Connie Ware Jenkins


Silent Trees: Power and Passion in War-Torn Afghanistan

by Nasir Shansab


Promises of Love by David Selby


Venus Rising: A Concise History of the Second Planet

by Dr. Raymond A. Keller, Ph.D. Pre-order your copy today, release date May 2015


Hard Days Hard Nights: From the Beatles to the Doors to the Stones - Insider Stories From a Legendary Concert Promoter

Hard Days Hard Nights: From the Beatles to the Doors to the Stones - Insider Stories From a Legendary Concert Promoter, by Pat DiCesare, ISBN 9781882658084, 6 x 9 pb, 208 pages, Retail Price $19.95

Hard Days, Hard Night is the fascinating, behind-the-scenes story of the birth and development of modern rock concerts, as told by one of its most illustrious proponents, Pat DiCesare.

For 36 years, starting with his first show in Youngstown, Ohio with the Four Freshman, to his big breakthrough promoting the Beatles concert in Pittsburgh, PA in 1964, through his last major show in 1999, Pat DiCesare ruled the Pittsburgh concert scene. Virtually every major rock and pop act of the area - from the Rolling Stones to Led Zeppelin to Bruce Springsteen - passed through Pittsburgh during these years to perform in concerts produced and promoted by Pat DiCesare.

These are the backstage tales of those shows and how they came to be - the untold story of one of America's most beloved industries.

On Conflict: Why People Fight

On Conflict: Why People Fight, by David Ritchey, ISBN 9781882658138, 5.5 x 8.5, 160 pages Retail $16.95

The existence of conflict is an ongoing part of the human condition. Different people have different wants and needs, and as a result, they frequently find themselves at odds with one another. Instances of conflict can be resolved peacefully, often with constructive results, or they can escalate into aggression and violence, usually with destructive outcomes.

Conflict can manifest differently for different people, often depending on their age and stage in life. In the chapters of this book, the author discusses the types of conflict that are most likely to occur in various age groups: the early years, adolescence, young adulthood, middle age, and the later years. The final chapter is devoted to examining the ways in which things are now getting better with respect to conflict and violence.

Tales From the Depths: Great Lakes Shipwrecks

Tales From the Depths: Great Lakes Shipwrecks, by David Ritchey, ISBN 97801882658077, 5.5 x 8.5. 128 pages, pb, Retail $16.95

Most people are unable to comprehend the enormous magnitude of the Great Lakes, thinking of them as "just lakes." That they are not. They are more appropriately thought of as "inland seas." Collectively, they cover an area of approximately 800 miles from east to west and 500 miles north to south; they contain 21% of the world's surface fresh water. Storms on the Great Lakes are every bit as powerful as storms on the world's oceans. Storms with winds up to 60 miles per hour and waves up to 20 feet in height are not uncommon. Unlike on the oceans, however, mariners on the Great Lakes have little room in which to maneuver, and shipwrecks have been a common occurrence. Most people also have no idea of the frequency of shipwrecks on the Great Lakes, estimating them at 100 - 500 over the years rather than the actual number of 6000+ with the loss of 30,000+ lives. This book puts those numbers into perspective and provides an up-close and in-depth account of eleven of those wrecks.

Voices From The Cosmos

Voices From The Cosmos, by C.B. Scott Jones, Ph.D. and Angela Smith, Ph.D., ISBN 9780938467960, 7 x 10, 304 pages, pb, Retail $22.95

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to talk to our cosmic neighbors? The authors did - - and found that what they have to say is exciting and challenging!

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