Death on Lake Ice (signed)

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Deep Cover Cleveland Vol. 2: 99 Little Known Things About Northeast Ohio

Deep Cover Cleveland Vol. 2: 99 Little Known Things About Northeast Ohio

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The one-year-old book series, Deep Cover Cleveland: 100 Little known things about Northeast Ohio, has made residents look at our region with new eyes. Volume I has brought to light important area contributions to prehistory, art, education and more that have sadly languished in obscurity. The newly released volume II concentrates on the 20th and 21st Centuries, and shows that even noteworthy recent Northeast Ohio history, such as Youngstown Kitchens and the Cleveland countercultural comics connection, is not often enough recognized.
Deep Cover Cleveland: Topics in Depth (vol. III)

Deep Cover Cleveland: Topics in Depth (vol. III)

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The book series, Deep Cover Cleveland: 100 Little known things about Northeast Ohio, has made residents look at our region with new eyes. Volume I has brought to light important area contributions to arts, women's history, parks, and more that have sadly languished in obscurity. Volume II concentrated on the 20th and 21st Centuries, and showed that even noteworthy recent Northeast Ohio history, such as Youngstown Kitchens and the Cleveland countercultural comics connection, is not often enough recognized. The newly published Volume III or Deep Cover Cleveland: Topics in Depth uncovers 11 more exciting "deep cover" local phenomenon. As the book title implies, the new volume delves into more details. Topics in Depth incorporates more author experience, interviews and photos than prior volumes. While some of Topics in Depth's true stories date back to pre-Civil War times, there is a stress on more current and popular subject matter this time around.
Determination Through the Holocaust, War, and Beyond - a Memoir

Determination Through the Holocaust, War, and Beyond - a Memoir

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This is a story of nearly 100 years of determination. Albert Pollack's determination was evident at a very young age, as he learned valuable skills - especially woodworking - that last a lifetime. Narrowly escaping the Nazi invasion of his hometown in Chorostkov, Poland, Pollack survived the Holocaust and World War II, where he served in the Russian-formed Polish Army - helping defeat Nazi Germany and bringing all 64 soldiers in his charge safely home to their families.Upon leaving the military, Pollack, a refugee, discovered a new passion for photography. From humble beginnings, he brought his skills to America, where he established a photography studio and custom framing business.Pollack embraces every opportunity in life with energy and determination and freely shares what he has learned with others.

He and his wife, Madelyn, remain active in their community in South Euclid, Ohio, and continue to enjoy their ever-growing family.

Diary of a Mad Public School Teacher

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Dynasty of Summer: Part One

Dynasty of Summer: Part One

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Elijah Goes to Cleveland

Elijah Goes to Cleveland

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Elijah is in Cleveland visiting his grandparents when he finds out that his favorite music band is having a concert at Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. The band is giving out free tickets but the catch is that you have to find the band members at various landmarks throughout Cleveland.

Mark Darden is an author and sports travel blogger from Columbus, Ohio and founder and Chief Content Creator for Buckeye Muscle Media, LLC. Since 2017, Mark has documented his sports travel adventures on his blog, buckeyemuscle.com. Originally from Cleveland, Mark is a self-published author who released his first book, IT’S GAME TIME FOLKS!: Quest for 30 in January 2019. It is a travelogue of his journey visiting all 30 MLB ballparks during the 2017 season. Elijah Goes to Cleveland is Buckeye Muscle Media's first children's book.

Eye of Saturn : Daughters of Saturn Book 1

Eye of Saturn : Daughters of Saturn Book 1

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Blood is the seat of the soul... Vampire horror set in medieval Spain. Felipe de Hayos, the son of a wealthy statesman is forced by his parents to marry a mysterious Moorish woman named, Lilith Al-Salameh. But Lilith is hiding a dark secret. She is actually Saturn's Immortal High Priestess and has plans to transform Felipe into an immortal, like herself. However, Lilith's plans are dashed when a family friend and her daughter, Zaybeth Castile come to live at the de Hayos estate. It is love at first sight for Felipe and Zaybeth. Learning of her husband's betrayal, Lilith plots the lover's destruction. She calls upon the Daughters of Saturn to aid her in performing a forbidden ritual, opening the Eye of Saturn-cursing Felipe into a vampire and Zaybeth into the only one who can kill him.
Fiber Arts Enfolds Kwanzaa Quilts and Zawadi Dolls

Fiber Arts Enfolds Kwanzaa Quilts and Zawadi Dolls

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Celebrate the tradition of Kwanzaa with a new look at your Grannie's bed quilts The true meaning of Kwanzaa and its Seven Principles is stitched quilt-stvle into colorful wall hangings as they are enhanced by poetry during this family time. African textiles, Adinkra symbols, and curious piecing is embedded in these narrative quilts along with their personal stories. Black cloth dolls created especially as Zawadi for Kwanzaa-giving are here for the doll lover.
First They Killed My Father : A Daughter of Cambodia Remembers

First They Killed My Father : A Daughter of Cambodia Remembers

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From a childhood survivor of the Camdodian genocide under the regime of Pol Pot, this is a riveting narrative of war crimes and desperate actions, the unnerving strength of a small girl and her family, and their triumph of spirit.

One of seven children of a high-ranking government official, Loung Ung lived a privileged life in the Cambodian capital of Phnom Penh until the age of five. Then, in April 1975, Pol Pot's Khmer Rouge army stormed into the city, forcing Ung's family to flee and, eventually, to disperse. Loung was trained as a child soldier in a work camp for orphans, her siblings were sent to labor camps, and those who survived the horrors would not be reunited until the Khmer Rouge was destroyed.

Harrowing yet hopeful, Loung's powerful story is an unforgettable account of a family shaken and shattered, yet miraculously sustained by courage and love in the face of unspeakable brutality.