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Mrs. Kennedy and Me by Clint Hill and Lisa McCubbin: A Review

Mrs. Kennedy and Me by Clint Hill and Lisa McCubbin: A Review

By: mmk

Mrs. Kennedy and Me recounts Clint Hill's Secret Service assignment to protect Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy from November 1960 until Lyndon Johnson was elected in...

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Dawn Redd

Book Review: The Tipping Point

A sport coach's review of the book The Tipping Point, by Malcolm Gladwell. For coaches interested in making an idea go viral on their team, this book could be...

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In 490 BC, a messenger set out from Marathon, running to Athens with news that the Persians had been defeated whereupon he collapsed; some histories say the messenger may have covered the 26.2 miles

By: Roberto Sedycias l Book Reviews > Non Fiction l Jun 28, 2012

If you look at successful marriages, you probably notice that the couples involved have their own language for success; it may be a look; a touch; a phrase, or something else and it is likely to be

By: Roberto Sedycias l Book Reviews > Non Fiction l Jun 28, 2012

It was near the end of World War II and a mixed group of 24 WACS and soldiers boarded a C-47 - the Army Air Corps workhorse aircraft - for a trip through "Shangri-La" as they would see it from the

By: Roberto Sedycias l Book Reviews > Non Fiction l Jun 27, 2012

As we reach Book Four of Robert Caro's masterful and highly detailed biography of Lyndon B. Johnson, whom some have called the most powerful man ever to occupy the office of Senate majority leader,

By: Roberto Sedycias l Book Reviews > Non Fiction l Jun 27, 2012

Some years ago, there was a work entitled "Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Repair" and you have to wonder what one has to do with the other and the real answer is nothing, other than the fact that one

By: Roberto Sedycias l Book Reviews > Non Fiction l Jun 26, 2012
Joseph Bruno

After watching the HBO program "Boardwalk Empire Season One" on Netflix (4 disks - 12 episodes), I decided to purchase the book "Boardwalk Empire," written by Nelson Johnson, on which the HBO program

By: Joseph Bruno l Book Reviews > Non Fiction l Jun 26, 2012

There are two kinds of eaters in the world those "who eat to live" - normal people who eat three meals a day - and those "who live to eat" - more hobby eaters who just love to try out foods they know

By: Roberto Sedycias l Book Reviews > Non Fiction l Jun 24, 2012

Here is an interesting dichotomy while the speed of the Internet has made our globe just about one big planetary village, it has also made it seem more violent and malevolent, yet it is nothing like

By: Roberto Sedycias l Book Reviews > Non Fiction l Jun 23, 2012
Lisa AnnMarie Johnson

How would you describe your own spiritual journey to find the real Jesus? What words would you use to describe those other images or descriptions of Jesus that aren't real or true? Have you ever

By: Lisa AnnMarie Johnson l Book Reviews > Non Fiction l Jun 23, 2012

No one could have known, on listening to a commencement address, that the speaker was battling demons no one should have to fight, yet he was doing it and the battle was helping him to form

By: Roberto Sedycias l Book Reviews > Non Fiction l Jun 22, 2012
Pamela Smit

A compelling tale of the dangers faced by soldiers who have fought for King and country in the Middle Eastern theatres of war. Englishmen being hunted by skilled assassins on behalf of a Tribal

By: Pamela Smit l Book Reviews > Non Fiction l Jun 22, 2012
Dawn Redd

A sport coach's review of the book The Tipping Point, by Malcolm Gladwell. For coaches interested in making an idea go viral on their team, this book could be helpful. I highly recommend this book as

By: Dawn Redd l Book Reviews > Non Fiction l Apr 25, 2012

Mrs. Kennedy and Me recounts Clint Hill's Secret Service assignment to protect Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy from November 1960 until Lyndon Johnson was elected in 1964. Written with dignity and

By: mmk l Book Reviews > Non Fiction l Apr 23, 2012
Renee Laurin

Reading home security books will never prevent a burglar from targeting your home, but arming yourself with more knowledge is never a bad idea. There are a great many home security books that, once

By: Renee Laurin l Book Reviews > Non Fiction l Apr 23, 2012
Drew Vics

A skeptical review of Backyard Bigfoot by Lisa A. Shiel. Backyard Bigfoot is fun to read, entertaining, and it is clear the author spent a lot of time researching and writing. However, Shiel also

By: Drew Vics l Book Reviews > Non Fiction l Apr 11, 2012
Melissa Brown Levine

I Want to Help is T. Laresca's testimony on how his belief in God saved his life. The author discusses how his faith helped him to survive cancer after being told that he would only have three months

By: Melissa Brown Levine l Book Reviews > Non Fiction l Apr 10, 2012
Melissa Brown Levine

Zaina Brown is a professional belly dancer who has worked in the United States and in several countries abroad. In her new book, Stories of a Traveling Belly Dancer, Brown shares a collection of

By: Melissa Brown Levine l Book Reviews > Non Fiction l Apr 09, 2012
Jawad A Khan

Coward By Saadat Hasan Manto - This story Coward revolves around a man named Javed who is devastatingly torn between his instinctual desires and his virtues. All his life he has spent an honest and a

By: Jawad A Khan l Book Reviews > Non Fiction l Apr 07, 2012

'Three Cups of Tea' is a remarkably interesting and unbelievably honest tale of Mortenson's mission to build schools for the children of the most remotest villages of Pakistan and Afghanistan.

By: Ameera Kamal l Book Reviews > Non Fiction l Apr 05, 2012
Gina Sharpe

World War II holds a certain interest for me. I have to wonder if it is because I would be speaking a completely different language and my country would be a little red blip on the world map if

By: Gina Sharpe l Book Reviews > Non Fiction l Apr 04, 2012
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Mrs. Kennedy and Me recounts Clint Hill's Secret Service assignment to protect Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy from November 1960 until Lyndon Johnson was elected in 1964. Written with dignity and

By: mmk l Book Reviews > Non Fiction l Apr 23, 2012 lViews: 141 lComments: 0
Dawn Redd

A sport coach's review of the book The Tipping Point, by Malcolm Gladwell. For coaches interested in making an idea go viral on their team, this book could be helpful. I highly recommend this book as

By: Dawn Redd l Book Reviews > Non Fiction l Apr 25, 2012 lViews: 113 lComments: 0
Carlos Reyes

A priceless collection of airplane three-view drawings and photographs. A must have for every World War I scale fan.

By: Carlos Reyes l Book Reviews > Non Fiction l Feb 24, 2012 lViews: 103 lComments: 0

It was near the end of World War II and a mixed group of 24 WACS and soldiers boarded a C-47 - the Army Air Corps workhorse aircraft - for a trip through "Shangri-La" as they would see it from the

By: Roberto Sedycias l Book Reviews > Non Fiction l Jun 27, 2012 lViews: 93 lComments: 0
Pamela Smit

A compelling tale of the dangers faced by soldiers who have fought for King and country in the Middle Eastern theatres of war. Englishmen being hunted by skilled assassins on behalf of a Tribal

By: Pamela Smit l Book Reviews > Non Fiction l Jun 22, 2012 lViews: 89 lComments: 0

If you look at successful marriages, you probably notice that the couples involved have their own language for success; it may be a look; a touch; a phrase, or something else and it is likely to be

By: Roberto Sedycias l Book Reviews > Non Fiction l Jun 28, 2012 lViews: 86 lComments: 0
Joseph Bruno

After watching the HBO program "Boardwalk Empire Season One" on Netflix (4 disks - 12 episodes), I decided to purchase the book "Boardwalk Empire," written by Nelson Johnson, on which the HBO program

By: Joseph Bruno l Book Reviews > Non Fiction l Jun 26, 2012 lViews: 77 lComments: 0

In 490 BC, a messenger set out from Marathon, running to Athens with news that the Persians had been defeated whereupon he collapsed; some histories say the messenger may have covered the 26.2 miles

By: Roberto Sedycias l Book Reviews > Non Fiction l Jun 28, 2012 lViews: 72 lComments: 0

This is the true story about a famous bit of early 20th century history, the Armenian Genocide. It is also about the suppression, with the help of the American government, of a movie based on a novel

By: Paul Lappen l Book Reviews > Non Fiction l Feb 07, 2012 lViews: 69 lComments: 0
Carlos Reyes

Ready to get serious about becoming a better park pilot? Here's a fantastic book to help you.

By: Carlos Reyes l Book Reviews > Non Fiction l Feb 07, 2012 lViews: 68 lComments: 0

As we reach Book Four of Robert Caro's masterful and highly detailed biography of Lyndon B. Johnson, whom some have called the most powerful man ever to occupy the office of Senate majority leader,

By: Roberto Sedycias l Book Reviews > Non Fiction l Jun 27, 2012 lViews: 66 lComments: 0

Some years ago, there was a work entitled "Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Repair" and you have to wonder what one has to do with the other and the real answer is nothing, other than the fact that one

By: Roberto Sedycias l Book Reviews > Non Fiction l Jun 26, 2012 lViews: 66 lComments: 0
Yuval Lirov

Fred Lee has a great story-telling talent and a unique combination of first-hand experience of working at both hospital and Disney. This book compares their workflows and cultures and teaches us how

By: Yuval Lirov l Book Reviews > Non Fiction l Feb 23, 2012 lViews: 66 lComments: 0
Melissa Brown Levine

Maxim Starchenko was an eight-year-old living in Kharkiv, Ukraine when he was recruited by hockey coach, Ivan Pravilov. His memoir, "Behind the Iron Curtain: Tears in the Perfect Hockey 'GULAG,'

By: Melissa Brown Levine l Book Reviews > Non Fiction l Feb 12, 2012 lViews: 66 lComments: 0
Renee Laurin

Reading home security books will never prevent a burglar from targeting your home, but arming yourself with more knowledge is never a bad idea. There are a great many home security books that, once

By: Renee Laurin l Book Reviews > Non Fiction l Apr 23, 2012 lViews: 63 lComments: 0

There are two kinds of eaters in the world those "who eat to live" - normal people who eat three meals a day - and those "who live to eat" - more hobby eaters who just love to try out foods they know

By: Roberto Sedycias l Book Reviews > Non Fiction l Jun 24, 2012 lViews: 62 lComments: 0
Ifeanyi Enoch Onuoha

The prince and the Pauper, authored by Mrs. Agu Jaachynma N.E., is the creative tool you need. It is the Midas touch that you need to live a better and higher life.

By: Ifeanyi Enoch Onuoha l Book Reviews > Non Fiction l Jan 22, 2012 lViews: 62 lComments: 0
Patricia C Meder

Catch-22's hard-drinking, vengeful, and disillusioned Chief White Half Oat, young sliced-in-half Kid Sampson, and shrieking, frenzied Hungry Joe are not entirely fictional characters. The True Story

By: Patricia C Meder l Book Reviews > Non Fiction l Feb 07, 2012 lViews: 58 lComments: 0

Here is an interesting dichotomy while the speed of the Internet has made our globe just about one big planetary village, it has also made it seem more violent and malevolent, yet it is nothing like

By: Roberto Sedycias l Book Reviews > Non Fiction l Jun 23, 2012 lViews: 54 lComments: 0
Gina Sharpe

World War II holds a certain interest for me. I have to wonder if it is because I would be speaking a completely different language and my country would be a little red blip on the world map if

By: Gina Sharpe l Book Reviews > Non Fiction l Apr 04, 2012 lViews: 53 lComments: 0
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Mrs. Kennedy and Me recounts Clint Hill's Secret Service assignment to protect Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy from November 1960 until Lyndon Johnson was elected in 1964. Written with dignity and

By: mmk l Book Reviews > Non Fiction l Apr 23, 2012 lViews: 141 lComments: 0

In 490 BC, a messenger set out from Marathon, running to Athens with news that the Persians had been defeated whereupon he collapsed; some histories say the messenger may have covered the 26.2 miles

By: Roberto Sedycias l Book Reviews > Non Fiction l Jun 28, 2012 lViews: 72 lComments: 0

If you look at successful marriages, you probably notice that the couples involved have their own language for success; it may be a look; a touch; a phrase, or something else and it is likely to be

By: Roberto Sedycias l Book Reviews > Non Fiction l Jun 28, 2012 lViews: 86 lComments: 0

It was near the end of World War II and a mixed group of 24 WACS and soldiers boarded a C-47 - the Army Air Corps workhorse aircraft - for a trip through "Shangri-La" as they would see it from the

By: Roberto Sedycias l Book Reviews > Non Fiction l Jun 27, 2012 lViews: 93 lComments: 0

As we reach Book Four of Robert Caro's masterful and highly detailed biography of Lyndon B. Johnson, whom some have called the most powerful man ever to occupy the office of Senate majority leader,

By: Roberto Sedycias l Book Reviews > Non Fiction l Jun 27, 2012 lViews: 66 lComments: 0

Some years ago, there was a work entitled "Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Repair" and you have to wonder what one has to do with the other and the real answer is nothing, other than the fact that one

By: Roberto Sedycias l Book Reviews > Non Fiction l Jun 26, 2012 lViews: 66 lComments: 0

There are two kinds of eaters in the world those "who eat to live" - normal people who eat three meals a day - and those "who live to eat" - more hobby eaters who just love to try out foods they know

By: Roberto Sedycias l Book Reviews > Non Fiction l Jun 24, 2012 lViews: 62 lComments: 0

Here is an interesting dichotomy while the speed of the Internet has made our globe just about one big planetary village, it has also made it seem more violent and malevolent, yet it is nothing like

By: Roberto Sedycias l Book Reviews > Non Fiction l Jun 23, 2012 lViews: 54 lComments: 0

No one could have known, on listening to a commencement address, that the speaker was battling demons no one should have to fight, yet he was doing it and the battle was helping him to form

By: Roberto Sedycias l Book Reviews > Non Fiction l Jun 22, 2012 lViews: 52 lComments: 0
Renee Laurin

Reading home security books will never prevent a burglar from targeting your home, but arming yourself with more knowledge is never a bad idea. There are a great many home security books that, once

By: Renee Laurin l Book Reviews > Non Fiction l Apr 23, 2012 lViews: 63 lComments: 0
Carlos Reyes

A priceless collection of airplane three-view drawings and photographs. A must have for every World War I scale fan.

By: Carlos Reyes l Book Reviews > Non Fiction l Feb 24, 2012 lViews: 103 lComments: 0
Carlos Reyes

A whirlwind tour of how airplanes work. An amazing amount of information, with hardly any equations at all.

By: Carlos Reyes l Book Reviews > Non Fiction l Feb 13, 2012 lViews: 52 lComments: 0
Carlos Reyes

Ready to get serious about becoming a better park pilot? Here's a fantastic book to help you.

By: Carlos Reyes l Book Reviews > Non Fiction l Feb 07, 2012 lViews: 68 lComments: 0
Carlos Reyes

A nice read and great photos. Inexpensive, too. I'm glad I bought this one.

By: Carlos Reyes l Book Reviews > Non Fiction l Mar 05, 2012 lViews: 43 lComments: 0
Yuval Lirov

Fred Lee has a great story-telling talent and a unique combination of first-hand experience of working at both hospital and Disney. This book compares their workflows and cultures and teaches us how

By: Yuval Lirov l Book Reviews > Non Fiction l Feb 23, 2012 lViews: 66 lComments: 0
Melissa Brown Levine

Maxim Starchenko was an eight-year-old living in Kharkiv, Ukraine when he was recruited by hockey coach, Ivan Pravilov. His memoir, "Behind the Iron Curtain: Tears in the Perfect Hockey 'GULAG,'

By: Melissa Brown Levine l Book Reviews > Non Fiction l Feb 12, 2012 lViews: 66 lComments: 0
Melissa Brown Levine

In the Cross Dresser's Wife: Our Secret Lives, Dee A. Levy and B. Sheffield Hunt share the stories of women who were married to or in relationships with men who enjoy wearing women's clothing.

By: Melissa Brown Levine l Book Reviews > Non Fiction l Feb 01, 2012 lViews: 52 lComments: 0
Melissa Brown Levine

Zaina Brown is a professional belly dancer who has worked in the United States and in several countries abroad. In her new book, Stories of a Traveling Belly Dancer, Brown shares a collection of

By: Melissa Brown Levine l Book Reviews > Non Fiction l Apr 09, 2012 lViews: 50 lComments: 0
Melissa Brown Levine

I Want to Help is T. Laresca's testimony on how his belief in God saved his life. The author discusses how his faith helped him to survive cancer after being told that he would only have three months

By: Melissa Brown Levine l Book Reviews > Non Fiction l Apr 10, 2012 lViews: 46 lComments: 0

If you're looking for an excellent source of information about the many ways the U.S. interrelates with the other countries of the world, then International Affairs by Davis Thanjan is the book for

By: Douglas Cobb l Book Reviews > Non Fiction l Feb 11, 2012 lViews: 49 lComments: 0
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