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    Ebook by Dorothy Seymour Mills

    Katya Becker, an Austrian immigrant living in the United States in the 1930s, returns to her homeland to investigate two ancient symbols from a prehistoric salt mine in The Sceptre, volume one of the Katya Becker trilogy. Once in Austria, she uncovers a Nazi plot to find a mythological sceptre with enormous power and must navigate this dangerous atmosphere to find answers. As Katya continues her quest, she discovers an unexpected connection to her ancient ancestors and the man she loves. With dramatic flashbacks to Celtic Europe in 600 BC, this heavily researched historical fiction novel includes appearances by 1930s contemporaries Maestro Arturo Toscanini, psychoanalyst Carl Jung, fashion photographer Sir Cecil Beaton and Austria’s Prince von Starhemberg. Katya Becker is a passionate, courageous heroine in this thrilling tale of intrigue and adventure.

    About the Author

    Dorothy Seymour Mills is an author, editor, and manuscript consultant of Austrian and German descent who was born in Cleveland, Ohio. She has lived in places such as New York City, Boston, Canada, and Ireland and has travelled extensively in Europe, where her favorite city is Salzburg. Her trips abroad also include visits to two ancient Keltic salt mines in Austria. She has published several nonfiction books, articles, and stories, and she was the first woman baseball historian. Dorothy is married to Roy Mills, a security specialist retired from the Royal Canadian Air Force, and currently lives in Naples, Florida.

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    Ebook by Thinker Media

    Documenting events through photography became a popular phenomenon during the Civil War. The Civil War Sesquicentennial Seriesshowcases these historical images and provides detailed commentary foreach photograph. Each ebook in the series focuses on an aspect of thewar, such as its administration, new technologies, and the people andoccupations of the day.

    This collection of photographs includesfamous First Ladies, women spies, pioneering health care professionalsand many other women who played pivotal roles during the Civil War. Wives, Spies and Women of the Civil War spotlightswell-known figures such as Harriet Beecher Stowe, Clara Barton, andHarriet Tubman, as well lesser-known women who also made groundbreakingcontributions to the Union and Confederacy. Learn about the Confederatespy who convinced a Union soldier to help her escape a death sentence.Discover one of the first female doctors in the United States and readhow she refused to give back her hard-earned medal when politiciansrefused to acknowledge her wartime contributions. Each picture in thecollection includes accompanying historical facts and colorful storiesabout the women.  

    About the Author

    Images in the Civil War Sesquicentennial Series were selected,curated and annotated by writers and editors of Thinker Media, anindependent publisher of contemporary and historical works.

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    Ebook by Thinker Media

    Documenting events through photography became a popular phenomenon during the Civil War. The Civil War Sesquicentennial Seriesshowcases these historical images and provides detailed commentary foreach photograph. Each ebook in the series focuses on an aspect of thewar, such as its administration, new technologies, and the people andoccupations of the day.

    The artillery pictures in this ebook provide insight into the weaponrythat was patented and utilized in the mid-1800s. These images, capturedby the nation’s first war photographers, document the brutality behind awar fought by brothers of a divided nation. The West Point and MysticIsland foundries produced many ingenious new weapons manufactured from1861 to 1865, including the Parrott Gun, Dahlgren's Cannon, and theinfamous Swamp Angel. Photographs in this collection also show weaponsused in battlefields and on ships, gunboats, railroad cars and limbers.Rare artillery imported from British foundries like the Blakely andWhitworth cannons are also included. The story of Civil War artilleryunfolds in this unique collection.

    About the Author

    Images in the Civil War Sesquicentennial Series wereselected, curated and annotated by writers and editors of Thinker Media,an independent publisher of contemporary and historical works.
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    Ebook by John Thorn

    John Thorn, Official Historian for Major League Baseball, tracks the history of the game in America from its misty origins to present-day glory. A great read for historians and baseball enthusiasts of all stripes, Baseball: Our Game explores the evolution of America’s National Pastime through cultural shifts and significant changes in the game. This edition features newly updated material on the Aughts and archival images not published in earlier editions.

    About the Author

    John Thorn, the Official Baseball Historian for Major League Baseball, is one of baseball's most interesting (and prolific) writers. His books include Baseball in the Garden of Eden, New York | 400, Total Baseball: The Official Encyclopedia of Major League Baseball and The Hidden Game of Baseball. He is an historian and expert on the early years of baseball, New York City, football, hockey, cricket, architecture, art, music and oysters.

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    Ebook by J. Marvin Herndon PhD

    If you’ve ever seen a shooting star, perhaps you’ve glimpsed a hintof our planet’s composition. Dr. J. Marvin Herndon explores theconnection between meteors and the Earth’s core in his book, What Meteorites Tell Us About Earth.Herndon traces the historical highlights of meteorite investigationsfrom “sky stones” documented in the late fifteenth century up throughscientific discoveries of today. Herndon compares the chemical makeup ofmeteorites with the Earth’s layers to shed new light on the Earth’scomposition and formation. Herndon’s assessment of crucial differencesbetween types of meteorites leads to dramatic new implications for Earthscience.

    About the Author

    J. Marvin Herndon is an American interdisciplinary scientist who earned hisBA degree in physics in 1970 from the University of California, San Diego andhis PhD degree in nuclear chemistry in 1974 from Texas A&M University. Forthree years, Herndon was a post-doctoral apprentice to Hans E. Suess and HaroldC. Urey in geochemistry and cosmochemistry at the University of California, SanDiego. He is the President and CEO of Transdyne Corporation in San Diego,California.

    Herndon is trained both as a physicist and as a chemist, withbroad, multidisciplinary approaches to scientific and industrial challenges. Hehas experience directing, managing, and performing basic and applied research,both theoretical and experimental. He has applied expertise in mineraloperations, metallurgy, plant and process design, construction, and managementand corporate operations. Herndon holds a U.S. patent and has published booksand numerous papers.


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