Tag: biography

  • The Ranger Way

    The Ranger Way

    by Kris Paronto Of course you have heard about what happened in Benghazi and I’m sure you probably saw the movie 13 Hours too. (If not, it’s free on Amazon Prime right now!) For most of us, it is one of the biggest scandals of the decade. For those that lived it, it was one […]

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  • The Polygamist’s Daughter

    The Polygamist’s Daughter

    by Anna LeBaron/with Leslie Wilson (link in pic) Ervil LeBaron was one of the most famous Mormon fundamentalist leaders. He was a self-proclaimed prophet that thought he was a god. He was imprisoned for the blood atonement killings that were done in the name of god. Anna was his daughter. This is one of those books […]

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  • ‘Til We Meet Again

    ‘Til We Meet Again

    by Ray and Betty Whipps There are, TRULY, no words for this book. You must take the time to pick this up and read it. Wow. Ray and Betty Whipps are true American heroes. When WWII started up, both jumped in to do their parts. Ray fought through France after landing on the beach at […]

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