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BOOKS & DVD's
 
MONTHLY Featured Book
GREEN MEDICINE
by Larry Malerba, D.O. 

Challenging the Assumptions of Conventional Health Care.  

Green Medicine offers a practical and philosophical basis for building a viable green alternative that draws on the inherent unity of body, heart, mind, and soul.





HAMMER FANTASY & SCI-FI
by Bruce G Hallenbeck

Author Bruce G Hallenbeck is known to anyone who ever opened a copy of Little Shoppe of Horrors as one of Hammer Film's most fascinating historians and  reviewers. Hammer Fantasy & Sci-FiThis is the first full length work dedicated to the Hammer Fantasy and Sci-Fi movies. 



THE MEMOIR OF MARILYN MONROE
by Sandi Gelles-Cole

Sandi Gelles-Cole imagines the life the screen legend and enduring cultural icon might have led -- from the opening scene to her 85th birthday on June 1, 2011. DRAMA QUEEN June 1, 2011 They say only the good die young and I guess it s true because I m still here. Today is my eighty fifth birthday. During these years I have lived three lives: Before Marilyn, Being Marilyn and After. 



AXIS SALLEY: THE AMERICAN VOICE OF NAZI GERMANY
by Richard Lucas

Author Richard Lucas write about one of the most notorious Americans of the twentieth century who was a failed Broadway actress turned radio announcer named Mildred Gillars (1900-1988), better known to American GIs as "Axis Sally." Despite the richness of her life story, there has never been a full-length biography of the ambitious, star-struck Ohio girl who evolved into a reviled disseminator of Nazi propaganda.





NATURAL CAUSES
by Gary McLouth

McLouth’s characters in Natural Causes turn vulnerable moments into acts of insight, love and the kind of heroism that passes for simple good work in a small town. These stories are linked by the intents and intuitions of people determined to do the right thing even as they are destined to endure the realities of circumstance. You could say they act out of strong faith in God and from deep commitments to family, community, and freedom, but don’t ask them to talk about it much.




Second Acts
by Tim W. Brown

Second Acts is a comic historical novel set in 1830's America, a time of great social upheaval and reform fervor, not unlike the 1960's



Unforgettable: Harrowing Futures, Horrors 
& (Dark) Humor
by Paul McComas

From aliens to zombies, prehistoric monsters to monstrously conceived tomorrows, here are Paul McComas' 50 best horror, speculative-fiction, and dark-comic works, most never before published. 



Lane Change Poems
by Kenneth Salzmann

Salzmann works as a freelance writer and marketing and development consultant to non profit organizations nationwide. He has been involved in literary publishing and programming for more than 30 years, and his poetry has appeared nationally.


Six and Eleven: A Television News Anchor's Story
by Ed Dague

Dague's book offers a sage and penetrating look at the news business in the Albany metro area, at the people and personalities who both made and reported that news and at how the news business has changed and continues to change. Twice a day for decades, Ed Dague painted a picture for his audience of the world in which they lived.



Come Together: The Business Wisdom of the Beatles
by Richard Courtney and George Cassidy

How the Beatles both failed and triumphed as businessmen and the lessons today's entreprenuers and business leaders can draw from is the subject of the book. F

rom the bands early struggles in Hamburg to the success of Sgt. Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band and beyond. More than the music, this book explores what it took to pass the audition.




THE ST. LAWRENCE SEAWAY 
AND POWER PROJECT
by Claire Puccia Parham

The St. Lawrence Seaway and Power Project: An Oral History of the Greatest Construction Show on Earth reveals the human side of the project in the words of its engineers, laborers, carpenters. Drawing on firsthand accounts, Parham provides a candid portrait of the lives of men who built the seaway and power dam and their wives who accompanied them. 



GREEN MEDICINE
by Larry Malerba, D.O. 

Challenging the Assumptions of Conventional Health Care.  

Green Medicine offers a practical and philosophical basis for building a viable green alternative that draws on the inherent unity of body, heart, mind, and soul.





GLIDEPATH TO RECOVERY (DVD)
As seen on public television stations nationwide

This inspiring DVD covers the programs of Father Peter Young, who has spent more than 35 years with men and women struggling to free themselves from addictions. It shows how this Catholic priest helped individuals turn their lives around becoming healthy, employed, tax-paying citizens with families, friendships and futures. 



BEAUTIFUL WOMEN
by Nancy Bruno

The Beautiful Women Project is a documentary challenging the traditional definition of beauty by showing the sum of a woman's experiences is what truly has made her beautiful in her present moment.



GENUINE MEN
by Nancy Bruno

The genuine men project is a documentary challenging the way that men are defined and judged by society by showing that it is the way a man meets his life’s experiences and challenges that defines what it means to be a man of great character.




A STRANGER LIKE YOU
by Elizabeth Brundage

Brundage delivers a taut thriller about the lengths to which people will go to make their dreams come true. After film exec Hedda Chase pulls the the plug on a film project initiated by one of her predecessors, the screenwriter decides to stage his script's ending and casts Hedda as the victim.



WORLD MADE BY HAND
by James Howard Kunstler

A novel of the Long Emergency set in upstate New York 
in the not distant future, published by The Atlantic Monthly Press. Celebrated social commentator Kunstler's previous works have explored the age of globalization and mankind's explosive progress and their resulting dire consequences. His latest book is a work of sobering speculative fiction that brings to life what America might be, a few decades in the future.



THE LONG EMERGENCY
by James Howard Kunstler

James Howard Kunstler's The Long Emergency was an underground hit, going into nine printings of the hardcover edition. His shocking vision for our post-oil future caught the attention of environmentalists and business leaders and was the subject of much debate, stimulating discussion about our dependence on fossil fuels.



NATURAL CAUSES
by Gary McLouth

McLouth’s characters in Natural Causes turn vulnerable moments into acts of insight, love and the kind of heroism that passes for simple good work in a small town. These stories are linked by the intents and intuitions of people determined to do the right thing even as they are destined to endure the realities of circumstance. You could say they act out of strong faith in God and from deep commitments to family, community, and freedom, but don’t ask them to talk about it much.



REDEMPTION
by Julie Chibbaro

Julie Chibbaro is the author of Redemption (Simon & Schuster, 2004), a novel of love and betrayel set in pre-colonial America. In 2005, Redemption won the American Book Award. Julie Chibaro's stories have appreared in the Pargue Revue and Slingshot, and her articles in The Montreal Gazette and The Prague Post.