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Richmond, VA: B.F. Johnson & Co., 1892. Hardcover. 7 1/2 x 10, 832 pgs, b&w and color illustrations, maps, charts, diagrams, fold-outs, decorated endsheets and more. "Embracing a review of our country's progress, a complete history of America, a new life of Columbus and an illustrated description of the great...
Dobbs Ferry, NY: Sheridan House, 2004. First edition. Hardcover. 9 1/2 x 12 1/2, 215 pgs, color photos throughout. Sir Peter Blake was a much loved and greatly admired yachtsman and adventurer, and this book is a wonderful tribute to his achievements. Drawn entirely from Peter's logbooks of his last...
Iowa City, IA: University of Iowa Press, 1986. First edition. Hardcover. 5 1/2 x 8 1/2, 144 pgs. Encompassing a vast gamut of personalities, situations, and emotions, these stories penetrate our motives for doing what is right. Won the Iowa School of Letters Award for Short Fiction. Signed and inscribed by the author.
New York: Knopf, 1994. First edition. Hardcover. 5 1/2 x 8 1/2, 190 pgs. In this collection of short stories, the author "brings us into familiar territory of family relationships and brilliantly describes the strain, the humor, the confusion, and the kaleidoscope of feelings these bonds evoke." Signed by the author.
New York: Knopf, 1993. Hardcover. 6 x 9, 333 pgs. This is a "thoughtful, funny, and penetrating portrait of a modern American family that explores the breaches and bonds between husbands and wives, parents and children, and introduces one of the most antic teenagers since Holden Caulfield. "Inscribed and signed by the author.
New York: Atlantic Monthly, 2006. First edition. Hardcover. 6 x 9, 680 pgs, index. A definitive chronicle of the Iran hostage crisis tells the unforgettable story through the eyes of the hostages, their Iranian captors and the American special operations soldiers and pilots who tried to end the crisis with one swift, violent strike.
Published/Printed by the author, 2007. Paperback. 6 x 9, 458 pgs. Five U.S. cities are destroyed by Islamic terrorists using nuclear devices. MG George Alexander, Secretary of Homeland Security, becomes president, forms an interim government, pulls the nation together, and then confronts the Islamic whirlwind sweeping across the globe.
Bloomington, IN: AuthorHouse, 2004. 6 x 9, 331 pgs. A grand saga in the genre of James Clavell's Shogun and Tia-Pan, with a little Clancy thrown in. Spanning over sixty years the story sweeps across Russia, central Asia, and into the United States. The cast of characters include Soviet scientists...
Washington DC: National Geographic Society, 1999. First edition. Hardcover. 8 x 10, 240 pgs, b&w photos. A riveting story highlighted by spectacular vintage photographs taken by Mallory and members of the British Mount Everest expeditions of the 1920s, as well as others culled from the archives of the Royal Geographical Society.