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Memoir/Biography

Sequestered

Sequestered
As featured in the Wisconsin State Journal, WORT, and the Wisconsin Book Festival.
by Brian Solomon

Congratulations to Sequestered, which took took 1st place in the MIPA memoir/biography category. Sequestered is also a finalists in the 2006 Benjamin Franklin Awards competition.

"Sequestered" is the true story of the Dan Kutz murder trial as told by a juror. This book will be available in July 2005, five years after the crime occurred. If you would like to add your name to a preorder list (and pay when the product is available), please contact info@goblinfernpress.com. We will need to know your name, mailing address, phone number, email address, and the quantity you would like.

$14.95

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Down the Mississippi with Stinky

Down the Mississippi with Stinky
Two Women, a Canoe, and a Kitten

An interesting and exciting chronicle of two Wisconsin school-teachers, who in 1960 spent their summer vacation canoeing the 2,300-plus miles of the Mississippi River from its headwater to New Orleans. Dorie Brunner and Lou Germann's story is full of adventures and colorful characters, in particular a kitten named Stinky, rescued from almost-fatal muck by the intrepid travelers. Brunner writes the story almost 50 years after the journey, relying on memory and photos.

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Because We Are Greeks

Because We Are Greeks
by Basil Tsotsis

“Because We are Greeks"by Basil Tsotsis is an historical novel, a “magnum opus,"based upon true happenings during and after World War II. We follow a young boy, his peers, and his elders during a republic, a monarchy, and a dictatorship; through war, famine, and occupation; experiencing joys and sorrows.

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Finding Aztec Gold

Finding Aztec Gold
A Gift to All Those Over Fifty & the Many Lives They Touch
by Miki Banavige

Journey with four "prime-time" women from Minnesota as they follow the annual migration of the Monarch butterflies to sunny Mexico. Amazing sites, wonderful insights and breathtaking adventures fill the two weeks they enjoy with their enlightened and wise guide, Manuel, who helps them discover the hidden mysteries of their own everyday lives.

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Leave No Man Behind

Leave No Man Behind
by Garnett "Bill" Bell
with George J. Veith

The Vietnam War's POW/MIA issue has haunted America since the early stages of the war. Shrouded in controversy, a subject of great emotion amid charges of governmental conspiracy and Communist deceit, the possibility of American servicemen being held in secret captivity after the war's end has influenced U.S. policy toward Southeast Asia for three decades. Now, the first chief of the U.S. POW/MIA office in postwar Vietnam provides an insider's account of that effort. In an illuminating and deeply personal memoir, the government's top POW/MIA field investigator discusses the history of the search for missing Americans, reveals how the Communist Vietnamese stonewalled U.S. efforts to discover the truth, and how the standards for MIA case investigations were gradually lowered while pressure for expanded commercial and economic ties with communist Vietnam increased. Leave No Man Behind is the compelling story of one man's quest, at great individual cost, to find the truth about America's missing in action from the Vietnam War.

Part of the proceeds of Leave No Man Behind will be donated to:

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