34 Kensington Square.
Robert Chapin Alsop. Vantage Press,
$16.95 paper (162p), ISBN 978-
A memoir by a member of the Greatest
Generation that offers readers a firsthand
account of the daring missions flown by
U.S. soldiers over Europe during WWar II.
God and I and Elvis.
Ilona Bauer. Vantage Press, $19.95 paper
(384p), ISBN 978-053316451-6
A memoir of one woman’s life-altering
love for Elvis Presley, which turned into
an obsession that led her to move from
Germany to Memphis and marry an Elvis
Through the Unknowable: Family Life
with Depression, Alcohol, and Love.
Elsa Campion. Vantage Press, $13.95
paper (153p), ISBN 978-053316497-4
From a psychiatrist accustomed to help-
ing patients who struggle with depression
and substance abuse, this memoir re-exam-
ines the meaning of these same diseases
when they strike her own daughter.
The Five Sisters. A Young Norman in
the Second World War.
Jean E. Havel. Vantage Press, $17.95 paper
(164p), ISBN 978-053316471-4
The author’s memoir of his idyllic child-
hood, surrounded by his mother and her
sisters, in Norman France before it was
interrupted by the German invasion in
Far Distant Echo: A Journey by Canoe
from Lake Superior to Hudson Bay.
Fred Marks and Jay Timmerman. Vantage
Press, $17.95 paper (333p), ISBN 978-
The chronicle of two men’s travels by
canoe from Lake Superior nearly 1,400
miles north to York Factory on Hudson
Bay. Simultaneously historical, informa-
tional, and deeply personal.
The Hungry Dog.
Edward C. Mueller. Vantage Press, $19.95
hardcover (128p), ISBN 978-053316075-4
The story of one man’s swordfishing
adventure to the fishing grounds of the
Windward Passage aboard a steel shrimp
boat called The Hungry Dog.
A Dying Breed.
Lou Pharao. Vantage Press, $29.95 hard-
cover (308p), ISBN 978-053316506-6
A memoir of a Bronx native’s entry into
the high-crime areas of New York as an
NYPD officer at the age of 22, through
his 34-year career in law enforcement.
P.O. W.: A Sailor’s Story.
Ralph C. Poness. Vantage Press, $16.95
paper (131p), ISBN 978-053316447-9
A personal account of the political and
military blunders post–Pearl Harbor that
led to Poness being captured by the Japanese and spending years as a P.O. W.
Memories from the Forgotten War.
Harris R. Stearns. Vantage Press, $14.95
hardcover (128p), ISBN 978-053316472-1
One man’s account of his experiences in
the Korean War as a result of his superiors’
incompetence, which included being over-
run by the enemy, captured, interrogated,
A Pool Player’s Journey.
Dale Brandt. Vantage Press, $16.95 paper
Inside the Cup: Translating Starbucks
(132p), ISBN 978-053316541-4
Brandt explores the mysteries of the
game of pool, making connections to phys-
ics, mathematics, and martial arts to edu-
cate players on how to sharpen their skills.
into a Drinkable Lan-
Kenneth Brown. Fee
paper (250p), ISBN
Includes drink rec-
ommendations and modifications, cus-
tomer stereotypes, how to get hired, coffee
information, and more, from a Starbucks
store manager and trainer.
Encyclopedia of Santa Fe and Northern
Mark H. Cross. Caminito Publish-
ing, $26.95 paper (415p), ISBN 978-0-
A catalogue of the people, places, arts,
cultures, and colloquialisms unique to the