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Gun Barrel Planets: Book One – Planet Salvation

Simon is a brilliant young man with a thirst for knowledge. With his aging grandfather, Mike, a hero of the Third World War, he seeks to unlock the secrets of an ancient alien device. With an honesty shaped by his naivety, he changes not only the future of the human race but the surrounding Galaxies as well. Of course, the problem with change, as many leaders throughout human history have found, often to their peril,…
Phillip
December 23, 2019
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The Path to Redemption

When a pardon isn't a pardon! After being on the run from the CIA and Mossad for nearly twenty years, Ali's special opts unit is pardoned by the American President. Steve Robert's, one of the unit members has his doubts. As he starts his journey home to Australia and hopefully peace, he discovers that his girlfriend has been brutally murdered. Broken by the news, Steve sadly contemplates, if it is just an incredible coincidence, or…
Phillip
December 23, 2019
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Harriet Tubman’s Revenge and a New Birth of Freedom

Famed freedom fighter and former leader of the Underground Railroad, Harriet Tubman truly came of age and reached her zenith during the Civil War years. And Tubman's peak during the Civil War years came when she set the stage and guided the bold Union raid up the Combahee River on June 2, 1863. This is the dramatic story of this courageous and remarkable woman who played a key role in one of the most audacious…
Phillip
December 16, 2019
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Trenton

It may be doubted whether so small a number of men ever employed so short a space of time with greater and more lasting results upon the history of the world.” British historian George Trevelyan’s powerful comment succinctly captures the importance of the battle of Trenton. The surprise attack at Trenton, New Jersey, on December 26, 1776, brilliantly conceived by George Washington, reinvigorated a flagging Continental Army, forced the British to reevaluate their foe, and…
Phillip
December 16, 2019
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From Auction Block to Glory: The African American Experience (Civil War Chronicles)

Narrative by a Civil War historian and seasoned writer is intermingled with abundant illustrations (mostly b&w historical photos) in an attractively produced volume. It begins with a history of slavery from its European origins to establishment in the New World, then documents the successive phases and various aspects of African American involvement in the war effort. Of special note is coverage of black Confederates, whose story is often neglected in histories of the Civil War.…
Phillip
December 16, 2019
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Death at the Little Bighorn: A New Look at Custer

On the hot Sunday afternoon of June 25, 1876, Lieutenant Colonel George Armstrong Custer decided to go for broke. After dividing his famed 7th Cavalry, he ordered his senior officer, Marcus A. Reno, to strike the southern end of the vast Indian encampment along the Little Bighorn River, while Custer would launch a bold flank attack to hit the village's northern end. Custer needed to charge across the river at Medicine Tail Coulee Ford. We…
Phillip
December 9, 2019
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Be Free or Die!

For the first time, this new book has allowed Harriet Tubman to speak for herself in her own unforgettable words of passion and faith. Be Free or Die! is Phillip Thomas Tucker's Volume V of his groundbreaking Harriet Tubman Series of books.
Phillip
December 9, 2019
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The Important Role of the Irish

The important roles and contributions of the Irish in the struggle for American Independence has been minimized and overlooked by historians, both American and Irish, for generations. Quite simply, American Independence could not have been won without the vital, widespread, and timely constributions—military, political, and economics—of the Irish from 1775 to 1783.
Phillip
December 9, 2019
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Custer’s “Lost” Official Report of the Battle of Gettysburg July 3, 1863 Martyred Lieutenant Sanite Belair

On the crucial third day of the decisive Battle of Gettysburg, a newly-appointed brigadier general, age 23, commanded a full brigade of Michigan cavalrymen during his first major battle – George Armstrong Custer. He played a key role in saving the day in the Army of the Potomac's rear by leading his four cavalry regiments to victory. This book has emphasized the importance of the decisive clash at the East Cavalry Field on July 3,…
Phillip
December 9, 2019