The Downing of TWA Flight 800: The Shocking Truth cover
Published on July 17, 2013 by Pinnacle

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NOT THEORY—FACT!
A MISSLE SHOT DOWN FLIGHT 800!




On July 17, 1996, minutes after take-off, TWA Flight 800 was blown out of the sky, killing all 230 people on board.



What happened?



It took federal investigators nearly a year and millions of tax dollars to point to a fuel tank explosion. But the investigation was riddled with questionable procedures. Was the government hiding a huge military embarrassment? Was the plane shot down by a missile?



The Indisputable Evidence. . .



Reddish residue from missile fuel on passenger seats
Clean entry and exit hole in forward cabin
34 certified eyewitnesses to airborne projectile not allowed to testify
FAA radar tapes or projectile in path with Flight 800
Government documents confirm Naval testing in area that night
And more!



Who launched the missile? How much did the government know and when? Was it simple bureaucratic incompetence or the most massive cover-up in U.S. history? Ex-cop turned acclaimed investigative reporter Jim Sanders exposed the shocking truth in 1997. Despite unremitting threats to his life, he has recovered even more evidence the FBI tried to suppress about the true history of TWA Flight 800.



Include explosive photos!
Overstreet Comic Book Price Guide Volume 47 cover
Published on August 1, 2017 by Gemstone Publishing

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One of the most influential comic book artists ever, Jim Steranko, brings his compelling mastery of the art form to the cover of the book that has been the Bible of serious collectors, dealers and enthusiasts since 1970! Steranko’s take on Batman covers the new prices, new feature articles, new additions to the Overstreet Hall of Fame, market reports and more.
Large Print Color By Number Butterflies, Birds, and Flowers Adult Coloring Book (Beautiful Adult Coloring Books) (Volume 81) cover
Published on July 1, 2017 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform

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Relax with this large print color by number book for adults. The stress of choosing colors is over. Enjoy bringing these simple but beautiful images to life!

  • Stress free coloring
  • Beautiful flower & butterfly Images
  • A color by number just for adults!
  • Printed on single side pages
  • Easy color guide on opposite page
  • Color test page
  • Coloring tips page
  • Bonus images from other coloring books
  • Totally relaxing!


  • This coloring book is great for anyone who really needs to destress, unwind, and just be present.
    Dot Journaling―A Practical Guide: How to Start and Keep the Planner, To-Do List, and Diary That’ll Actually Help You Get Your Life Together cover
    Published on July 31, 2017 by The Experiment

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    Organize your life, record what matters, and get stuff done!

    What the heck is a dot journal? It’s a planner, to-do list, and diary for every aspect of your life: work, home, relationships, hobbies, everything.

    Early adopter Rachel Wilkerson Miller explains how to make a dot journal work for you—whether you find the picture-perfect examples on Pinterest inspiring or, well, intimidating. You decide how simple or elaborate your journal will be, and what goes in there:
     
    • Lists of your to-dos, to-don’ts, and more
    • Symbols that will make those lists efficient and effective
    • Spreads to plan your day, week, month, or year
    • Trackers for your habits and goals (think health, money, travel)
    • Accoutrements such as washi tape, book darts, and more!
    Everyday Watercolor: Learn to Paint Watercolor in 30 Days cover
    Published on October 10, 2017 by Watson-Guptill

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    A contemporary paint-every-day watercolor guide that explores foundational strokes and patterns and then builds new skills upon the foundations over the course of 30 days to create finished pieces.

    This beautifully illustrated and inspiring guided watercolor-a-day book is perfect for beginning watercolor artists, artists who want to improve their watercolor skills, and visual creatives. From strokes to shapes, this book covers the basics and helps painters gain confidence in themselves along with inspiration to develop their own style over the course of 30 days. Featuring colorful contemporary art from Mon Voir design agency founder and Instagram trendsetter Jenna Rainey, this book's fresh perspective paints watercolor in a whole new light.
    Maddie Lounging On Things: A Complex Experiment Involving Canine Sleep Patterns cover
    Published on September 12, 2017 by Abrams Image

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    Maddie the coonhound has captured the hearts and imaginations of dog lovers all around the world. Maddie Lounging On Things follows Maddie’s adventures at play and at rest as she accompanies her owner, Theron, from Utah to Illinois to Mexico and everywhere in between. From cross-country trips sleeping in cars and cheap motels to visiting family near and far, Maddie finds a way to settle in for a nap in any set of circumstances. This collection highlights Maddie’s snuggly, cuddly side, as she curls up in unexpected places, belly flops onto sofas all over the country, and nestles herself into the lap of her much-loved owner. These sweet, touching, and oftentimes silly photos will be absolutely irresistible to Maddie’s fans and dog lovers just getting to know her.
     
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    Published on October 21, 2015 by Sonoma Press

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    Your No-Fuss Beginner’s Guide to Preparing Fermented Foods

    Get the most from your meals with probiotic-packed fermented foods like sauerkraut, kimchi, kombucha, and kefir.

    With Home Fermentation, you’ll prepare these popular ferments in your own kitchen—no fancy equipment or expensive ingredients required.

    Your practical primer to fermenting foods, Home Fermentation takes you step-by-step through the process of fermenting a wide variety of foods, from vegetables and fruits to dairy, condiments, and beverages.

    Discover how easy and fun fermentation can be, with:

    • Detailed, step-by-step color illustrations
    • Shopping, troubleshooting, and prep tips
    • An in-depth look at the health benefits of fermented foods
    • 100+ simple and creative fermenting recipes, including Sourdough Pizza Dough, Ginger-Pear Kombucha, and more!

    Jumpstart your kitchen hobby toward mastering fermentation-friendly recipes.

    The Political Spectrum: The Tumultuous Liberation of Wireless Technology, from Herbert Hoover to the Smartphone cover
    Published on May 23, 2017 by Yale University Press

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    From the former chief economist of the FCC, a remarkable history of the U.S. government’s regulation of the airwaves

    Popular legend has it that before the Federal Radio Commission was established in 1927, the radio spectrum was in chaos, with broadcasting stations blasting powerful signals to drown out rivals. In this fascinating and entertaining history, Thomas Winslow Hazlett, a distinguished scholar in law and economics, debunks the idea that the U.S. government stepped in to impose necessary order. Instead, regulators blocked competition at the behest of incumbent interests and, for nearly a century, have suppressed innovation while quashing out-of-the-mainstream viewpoints.
     
    Hazlett details how spectrum officials produced a “vast wasteland” that they publicly criticized but privately protected. The story twists and turns, as farsighted visionaries—and the march of science—rise to challenge the old regime. Over decades, reforms to liberate the radio spectrum have generated explosive progress, ushering in the “smartphone revolution,” ubiquitous social media, and the amazing wireless world now emerging. Still, the author argues, the battle is not even half won.