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A Mighty Endeavor
E-Book Version
By Stuart Slade

When the Second World War started, the countries that made up the British Commonwealth agreed that if Britain was forced to surrender, the Dominions would carry on the war by themselves. Now, the unthinkable has happened and a theoretical possibility has become an ugly reality. Britain is out of the war. The Commonwealth is on its own. -- How will the Dominions shoulder the burden of fighting Germany? How can the Commonwealth survive when its military, economic and political center has been stripped away? In a world that is suddenly filled with unexpected enemies and unlikely friends, the Commonwealth has a desperate struggle on its hands. Just to survive will be hard enough. To survive and win is truly A Mighty Endeavor

ISBN: 978-1-939335-02-9
Pages: 420
Price: $9.99

A Mighty Endeavor
By Stuart Slade

When the Second World War started, the countries that made up the British Commonwealth agreed that if Britain was forced to surrender, the Dominions would carry on the war by themselves. On June 19, 1940, the unthinkable happened and Britain was forced out of the war. The Commonwealth was left on its own and has to shoulder the burden of fighting Germany without the center of Commonwealth military, economic and political power. In a world now full of unexpected enemies and unlikely friends, the Commonwealth faces a desperate struggle to survive.

ISBN: 9780985973025
Pages: 420
Price: $24.95

Conrad's Eye
E-Book Version
By Stuart Slade

Conrad Lorenz, Inquisitor - A soul eternally damned.  There was a time when he had known that he was doing God's work - until a horrifying miscarriage of justice opened his eyes.  That was when Conrad realized the curse that had been laid upon him.  He was doomed to wander the Earth until he had saved enough of those wrongly accused to redeem his soul from the guilt of the innocents he had condemned.  Only then will he be allowed the peace of death.  For those wrongly accused and in desperate need, there is one last hope for justice.  That Conrad will cast his eye upon their case.

ISBN: 978-1-939335-03-6
Pages: 464
Price: $9.99

Conrads Eye
By Stuart Slade

Conrad Lorenz, Inquisitor - A soul eternally damned.  There was a time when he had known that he was doing God's work - until a horrifying miscarriage of justice opened his eyes.  That was when Conrad realized the curse that had been laid upon him.  He was doomed to wander the Earth until he had saved enough of those wrongly accused to redeem his soul from the guilt of the innocents he had condemned.  Only then will he be allowed the peace of death.  For those wrongly accused and in desperate need, there is one last hope for justice.  That Conrad will cast his eye upon their case.

ISBN: 978-1-939335-11-1
Pages: 464
Price: $29.95

Growing Up In A Pennsylvania Steel Town During The Great Depression
By By Edward Nebinger

Ed Nebinger was inspired to write these memoirs by his realization of how greatly privileged he had been to be able to grow up in a wonderful part of America during the Great Depression. The Lehigh Valley is a beautiful, fertile area, surrounded by picturesque mountains, and populated by a talented and productive people of diverse ethnic and cultural backgrounds. The years he spent growing up in the Pennsylvania steel town of Bethlehem before World War II proved to be pivotal ones in our country's history. They represented a time when the U.S. was struggling through the Depression, but people never gave up and instead made the best of what they had. Looking back on those years, it was hard not to think that while we have gained much as a society, we have also lost far too many things worthy of preservation. Above all, the Bethlehem Steel Company was the second largest steel producer in the world, and the U.S. was the leading industrial power on earth. Now that great industrial base is largely gone, having moved to other Continents, with Bethlehem Steel among the first of the industrial dominos to fall - an event of tragic proportions. Visitors to Bethlehem today may look with dismay upon the ruins of the steel company, which stretched for miles along the Lehigh River. Dominating the ruins are the ghostly remains of five blast furnaces, preserved apparently to remind people of the greatness that was once Bethlehem Steel. The demise of Bethlehem Steel has been analyzed by experts of many disciplines, who rationalize that the economic bases of all first- line nations undergo evolutionary change, in keeping with world demographics and labor economics. However, Ed believes that the wholesale shedding of America's heavy industrial base has gone much too far. "A great nation cannot let its industrial base vanish from its shores. Computers can design bridges, buildings and weapons, but they don't produce steel beams, armor plate and tanks. It's time for our leaders to wake up and face reality!"

ISBN: 9780985973049
Pages: 238
Price: $22.95

Growing up in a Pennsylvania Steel Town During The Great Depression
E-Book Version
By Edward M. Nebinger

Ed Nebinger was inspired to write these memoirs by his realization of how greatly privileged he had been to be able to grow up in a wonderful part of America during the Great Depression. The Lehigh Valley is a beautiful, fertile area, surrounded by picturesque mountains, and populated by a talented and productive people of diverse ethnic and cultural backgrounds. The years he spent growing up in the Pennsylvania steel town of Bethlehem before World War II proved to be pivotal ones in our country's history. They represented a time when the U.S. was struggling through the Depression, but people never gave up and instead made the best of what they had. Looking back on those years, it was hard not to think that while we have gained much as a society, we have also lost far too many things worthy of preservation. Above all, the Bethlehem Steel Company was the second largest steel producer in the world, and the U.S. was the leading industrial power on earth. Now that great industrial base is largely gone, having moved to other Continents, with Bethlehem Steel among the first of the industrial dominos to fall - an event of tragic proportions. Visitors to Bethlehem today may look with dismay upon the ruins of the steel company, which stretched for miles along the Lehigh River. Dominating the ruins are the ghostly remains of five blast furnaces, preserved apparently to remind people of the greatness that was once Bethlehem Steel. The demise of Bethlehem Steel has been analyzed by experts of many disciplines, who rationalize that the economic bases of all first- line nations undergo evolutionary change, in keeping with world demographics and labor economics. However, Ed believes that the wholesale shedding of America's heavy industrial base has gone much too far. "A great nation cannot let its industrial base vanish from its shores. Computers can design bridges, buildings and weapons, but they don't produce steel beams, armor plate and tanks. It's time for our leaders to wake up and face reality!"

ISBN: 978-1-939335-01-2
Pages: 238
Price: $9.99

The Big One
By Stuart Slade

Summer, 1947. Europe is being torn apart by a war which nobody can win. Nazi Germany occupies Europe from the Pyrenees to the Volga. In the East, Russian and American troops fight to stop the German Army from breaking through. In the West, American carriers prowl the Atlantic, hurling their midnight-blue fighter-bombers against any target they find. Nothing can stop the madness. America has one last hand left to play... A fleet of the largest bombers the world has ever seen, and a plan to bring the war to an end in a single terrible blow. In a world gone to hell, the only option left is...THE BIG ONE

ISBN: 978-1-939335-99-9
Pages: 213
Price: $19.95

The Big One
E-Book Version
By Stuart Slade

Summer 1947. -- Europe is being torn apart by a war which nobody can win. Nazi Germany occupies Europe from the Pyrenees to the Volga. --In the East, Russian and American troops fight to stop the German Army from breaking through. In the West, American carriers prowl the Atlantic, hurling their midnight-blue fighter-bombers against any target they find. -- Nothing can stop the madness. America has one last hand left to play... A fleet of the largest bombers the world has ever seen, and a plan to bring the war to an end in a single terrible blow. In a world gone to hell, the only option left is...THE BIG ONE

ISBN: 978-1-939335-00-5
Pages: 213
Price: $9.99

The High Frontier
By Stuart Slade

Living and working in space is man's greatest challenge. The men and women serving on the Manned Orbiting Laboratories and the new Manned Orbital Weapons Station know the are the leading edge of most important project humanity has ever attempted. The conquest of space will guarantee man's survival. Yet, there may not be enough time left. On Earth, one empire is collapsing under its own weight and there are those in its government who would prefer to suffer utter destruction rather than defeat. Will a conspiracy to stop them succeed? Another is trying to repair the damage from previous blunders and rebuild its relations with the rest of the world. Can they succeed before their enemies use a horrifying new weapon against them? As these crises converge to threaten destruction, a baffling mystery is solved. But, the question remains, will humanity have time to scale The High Frontier?

ISBN: 978-1-939335-13-5
Pages: 236
Price: $22.95

The High Frontier
E-Book Version
By Stuart Slade

Living and working in space is man's greatest challenge. The men and women serving on the Manned Orbiting Laboratories and the new Manned Orbital Weapons Station know they are the leading edge of the most important project humanity has ever attempted. The conquest of space will guarantee man's survival. Yet, there may not be enough time left. On Earth, one empire is collapsing under its own weight and there are those in its government who would prefer to suffer utter destruction rather than defeat. Will a conspiracy to stop them succeed? Another is trying to repair the damage from previous blunders and rebuild its relations with the rest of the world. Can they succeed before their enemies use a horrifying new weapon against them? As these crises converge to threaten destruction, a baffling mystery is solved. But, the question remains, will humanity have time to scale The High Frontier?

ISBN: 978-1-939335-17-3
Pages: 236
Price: $9.99

Winter Warriors
E-Book Version
By Stuart Slade

One great German offensive has broken through the Russian defenses leaving an Allied army trapped in the frozen waste land of the Kola Peninsula. While the armies try to survive the bitter cold opposing ski-troops fight a vicious private war to dominate the ground between by their armies. Desperate to break the deadlock, the German Navy sets sail in an effort to destroy the convoys that keep the allied troops on Kola alive. And so, an epic naval battle brews in the icy waters of the North Atlantic. In the midst of the fighting, a U.S. Navy railway gun crew, Russian railway engineers and Siberian ski-troops come together in a desperate battle to save the great guns from the advancing German troops. Behind the scenes, in a war-weary America, another political battle is being fought, one in which a supposed friend can be as deadly an enemy as any found on the Kola Peninsula.

ISBN: 978-1-939335-27-2
Pages: 400
Price: $9.99

With Lee In Virginia - A Story of The American Civil War
E-Book Version
By G.A. Henty

With Lee in Virginia was written by one of the 19th Centuries most popular British author's - GA Henty. At this time in history, the people of England were quite intrigued by the Great War between the Northern and Southern States of America; for them this war possessed a peculiar interest, not only because it was a struggle between two sections of a people akin to them in race and language, but because of the heroic courage with which the weaker party, with ill-fed, ill-clad, ill-equipped regiments, for four years sustained the contest with an adversary not only possessed of immense numerical superiority, but having the command of the sea, and being able to draw its arms and munitions of war from all the manufactories of Europe and the industrial based Northern Cities and States. Authorities still differ as to the rights of the case. The Confederates firmly believed that the States, having voluntarily united, retained the right of withdrawing from the Union when they considered it for their advantage to do so. The Northerners took the opposite point of view, and an appeal to arms became inevitable. During the first two years of the war the struggle was conducted without inflicting unnecessary hardship upon the general population. But later on the character of the war changed, and the Federal armies carried widespread destruction wherever they marched. With this in mind, Henty takes the reader on a journey back in time to witness what is was like to be a gentleman plantation owner who was kind and fair with his slaves in a struggle with those who were brutal bullies to their slaves. The story is wonderfully written from the perspective of an eloquent neutral party. Henty does a superb job of bringing the reader into the midst of the lives of the people of Virginia during a bitter struggle for life and the survival of their plantations and the welfare of their slaves. We hope you enjoy "With Lee in Virginia - A Story of The American Civil War."

ISBN: 978-1-939335-20-3
Pages: 287
Price: $9.99