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I Will Tell No War Stories: What Our Fathers Left Unsaid About World War II

To readers’ benefit, the author comes to understand his father better, and he shares insights into air combatants’ experiences during World War II.
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The Game That Saved the NHL: The Broad Street Bullies, the Soviet Red Machine, and Super Series ’76

An engagingly written account of a significant moment in hockey history. Will appeal to fans of the game and to readers interested in the interplay of sports and geopolitics in the turbulent era of the Cold War.
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The Basketball Book of Why (and Who, What, When, Where, and How): The Answers to Questions You’ve Always Wondered About Hoops

Basketball fans who just want to brush up on their basketball knowledge or trivia will find this a fun read, but note that it’s neither a ready reference nor a historical overview of the sport.
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Connecticut in the Movies: From Dream Houses to Dark Suburbia

A fun book for movie lovers anywhere, but especially those in Connecticut.
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Dark Nights, Deadly Waters: American PT Boats at Guadalcanal

This title will likely prove appealing to readers interested in the Second World War’s Pacific strategies, operations, and battles, particularly naval surface warfare in 1942 and 1943.
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Warplane: How the Military Reformers Birthed the A-10 Warthog

Likely to be of interest to military buffs, aeronautical designers, engineering companies, and legislators.
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The Hockey Book of Why (and Who, What, When, Where, and How): The Answers to Questions You’ve Always Wondered About the Fastest Game on Ice

A quick read that seamlessly blends informative content with an engaging narrative style. Will magnetize hardcore hockey fans looking to enhance their knowledge, as well as readers wanting to learn about the sport.

Red Sapphire: The Woman Who Beat the Blacklist

Written with the pulsating pace of a thriller, this book will likely attract readers and scholars interested in political journalism, women in film and television, and mid-20th-century pop culture history.
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Game Show Confidential: The Story of an American Obsession

Offered more for information than extensive sociological analysis, this is an entertaining treat for nostalgia and trivia lovers.
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