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  • Death Wears a Red Hat

    Father Bob Koessler is called into the case when the bloodless, decapitated heads of Detroit's underworld leaders are found perched atop headless statues in Detroit churches

    • ASIN: 0836261119

  • Dr. Comfort Men's William-X Double Depth Black Diabetic Casual Shoes

    The Dr. Comfort William-X is Extra EXTRA depth! Made specially for the hard to fit foot. Accommodates internal braces and AFO's. Perfect solution for severe edema or severe hammertoes. Lightweight with Velcro closure. Our Mens Double Depth Collection features our most popular styles enhanced with extra depth (11/16") providing the perfect fit for people who require extra volume.

    • Color: Black
    • Brand: Dr. Comfort
    • ASIN: B00IOT5UY0
    • UPC: 603728325655
    • Part No: LYSB00IOT5UY0-MNSRUNSHOE

  • Robeez Boys' Boot-First Kicks Crib Shoe, William-Blue, 0-3 Months M US Infant

    Medical experts agree that when it comes to the healthy development of little feet, barefoot is best. It’s the reason why these same experts recommend soft, flexible-soled footwear for both infants and children. They’re the next best thing to being barefoot. Since our first steps, Robeez has embraced this philosophy. All of our footwear carries the prestigious Seal of Acceptance from the American Podiatric Medical Association, an accreditation only awarded to products that promote natural foot function. And with a soft sole design built to flex and bend, that’s exactly what our shoes do. The best shoes mimic bare feet. Robeez footwear mimics bare feet by flexing and bending with every step. Supporting not constricting growing feet, they promote good balance and unrestricted growth, while protecting little feet from the world. They stay on too, with elasticized ankles to ensure a perfectly snug fit. Using high quality leather and materials, Robeez shoes are both comfortable and durable while their softer soles cushion feet and allow toes a better grip, helping balance, encouraging muscle growth and preventing slipping. From crawling to cruising, walking to running, for indoors and out, Robeez makes shoes and socks for newborns to two year-olds that promote healthy foot devel...

    • Color: William - Blue
    • Brand: Robeez
    • ASIN: B074JFGQKB
    • UPC: 730838750920
    • Part No: 65-8095-50-0-3 Months M US Infant

  • Bruno Marc Men's Black Dress Loafers Wingtip Shoes William_5 Size 8 M US

    • Color: Black
    • Brand: Bruno Marc
    • ASIN: B07FDBHRWL
    • UPC: 192623054147

  • Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid

    • Brand: Universal Studios
    • ASIN: 0783232063
    • UPC: 025192052323
    • Part No: 025192052323

  • Head That Wears a Crown: Speeches for Royal Men By William Shakespeare

    Internationally acclaimed actor and Tony Award winner, Alan Cumming performs Shakespeare's most important and beloved royal speeches, including 'To be or not to be,' 'Tomorrow and tomorrow and tomorrow,' 'Now is the winder of our discontent,' 'O that this too sullied flesh would melt' and more. All the speeches were personally chosen by Cumming. Michael Boyd adds, 'Cumming brings to Shakespeare the lyricism of a genuine singer, the sharp edge of a wicked comic, and the embodied intelligence of a major actor.'

    • Brand: GPR
    • ASIN: B00BK6HQ6O
    • UPC: 091037551597
    • Part No: 10484929

  • Bruno Marc Men's Brown Classic Oxfords Brogue Soft Cap-Toe Dress Shoes Size 9 M US William_3

    Pick from our classic colors for an elegant look at any event with these dress oxfords shoes! Featuring Faux Leather upper, classic lace up design, classic toe design, latex cushioned footbed for comfort, wooden heel and non-skid rubber outsole.

    • Color: 3-brown
    • Brand: Bruno Marc
    • ASIN: B07FD1MQWH
    • UPC: 192623054048

  • History's Greatest Lies : The Startling Truth Behind World Events Our History Books Got Wrong

    History's Greatest Lies takes on the most common myths found in school textbooks. It's a captivating read for those that are hungry for the truth.

  • 50 Battles That Changed the World - eBook

    Rather than celebrating warfare, 50 Battles That Changed the World looks at the clashes the author believes have had the most profound impact on world history. Ranked in order of their relevance to the modern world, these struggles range from the ancient past to the present day and span the globe many times over.Some of the battles in this book are familiar to us all—Bunker Hill, which prevented the American Revolution from being stillborn, and Marathon, which kept the world's first democracy alive. Others may be less familiar—the naval battle at Diu (on the Indian Coast), which led to the ascendancy of Western Civilization and the discovery of America, and Yarmuk, which made possible the spread of Islam from Morocco to the Philippines.With remarkable accounts of both famous and lesser-known clashes, 50 Battles provides impressive insight into the battles that shaped civilization as we know it.

  • History's Greatest Lies : The Startling Truths Behind World Events our History Books Got Wrong

    Goes behind the scenes of historical myths, legends, and events to set the record straight about historical inaccuracies and lies, ranging from the truth about the crusades to the real motives behind the Vietnam War.

  • The Encyclopedia of African American Military History Weir, William

    Although African American soldiers and sailors have fought in every U.S. war from the War of Independence to the War on Terrorism, their contributions are rarely and, at best, erratically recorded in encyclopedias of American military history. Most Americans would be hard-pressed to name even a few of the many heroic black servicemen, who have distinguished themselves in the annals of military history. While a public figure like Colin Powell is well known, and many people are now aware of the black regiment depicted in the movie Glory, few have heard of David Lamson. When he was close to sixty years old, this African American captain of a small local militia successfully routed British reinforcements near Concord at the beginning of the Revolutionary War. Even fewer know about the "buffalo soldiers" (as African American cavalry units were once called) who rescued Teddy Roosevelt and his Rough Riders in the famous battle of San Juan Hill during the Spanish American War. This book is teeming with essential information that has been overlooked in other references.William Weir?s Encyclopedia of African American Military History is designed to provide long overdue recognition to the outstanding accomplishments of hundreds of African American servicemen. More than three hundred entries will not only delineate the achievements of individuals and military units, but will also highlight important, often forgotten battles, wars, legislation and policy, organizations and movements, and historical incidents.Thoroughly researched and historically accurate, with numerous illustrations, this comprehensive and substantive reference work is written to be accessible, engaging, and informative for all readers.

  • 50 Battles That Changed the World - Audiobook

    Rather than celebrating warfare, 50 Battles That Changed The World looks at the clashes the author believes have had the most profound impact on world history. Listed in order of their relevance to the modern world, they range from the ancient past to the present day and span the globe many times over. This book is not so much about military strategy as the implications of the battles that were vital in shaping civilization as we know it. Some of the battles in this book are familiar to us all-Bunker Hill, which prevented the American Revolution from being stillborn, and Marathon, which kept the world's first democracy alive. Others may be less familiar-the naval battle at Diu (on the Indian Coast), which led to the ascendancy of Western Civilization and the discovery of America, and Yarmuk, which made possible the spread of Islam from Morocco to the Philippines.

  • Guerrilla Warfare - eBook

    Succinct accounts of 21 guerrilla conflicts in the twentieth century Wars covered include the Boer War, the Philippine War, World War I, the Russian Revolution, World War II, Vietnam, the Algerian War, the Afghan-Soviet War, and more The exploits of men like Lawrence of Arabia, Orde Wingate, Mao Zedong, and Che Guevera In war, whenever one side outnumbers and outguns the other, the outnumbered and outgunned side often resorts to guerrilla warfare to address the asymmetry and frequently achieves victory. The twentieth century produced scores of such conflicts, whether as sideshows of the world wars or as the main events in wars of revolution or liberation. Guerrilla Warfare examines twenty-one of these conflicts, shedding light on the remarkable capabilities of unconventional fighters to outlast and defeat their enemies.

  • Secrets of Warfare - eBook

    You’ve already heard about the first Civil War battle between the ironclad warships the Monitor and the Merrimac, and about why Custer’s last stand was, well, his last, but have you heard about the incredibly fast and maneuverable airship Dr. Solomon Andrews, which was offered to the government during the Civil War?Secrets of Warfare exposes many of the myths that have kept the public misinformed about warfare, the most dangerous of all human activities. Some myths are the result of deliberate misrepresentation; others, the result of ignorance or bigotry. In any case, there is no substitute for the truth.Secrets of Warfare explores:Battles from the ancient world and the alleged superiority of Western nations from the earliest times.The famed myth of the English longbow.The introduction of submarines to warfare prior to World War I.The deadliest American air raids of World War II.The supposed “attack” on U.S. destroyers in the Gulf of Tonkin.