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Nautical Research Journal Features Two from McFarland

American Privateers in the War of 1812: The Vessels and Their Prizes as Recorded in Niles’ Weekly Register by Timothy S. Good and The Atlantic Transport Line, 1881–1931: A History with Details on All Ships by Jonathan Kinghorn were covered in a recent issue of the Nautical Research Journal.

Reviewer William Henry Flayheart III said The Atlantic Transport Line is “a monumental work” with an “amazing amount of detail.”  He concludes by saying  that “Jonathan Kinghorn has provided his readers with one of the most interesting histories of an American-flag steamship line which anyone has ever written.  it belongs in every maritime library.”

 

 

 

Of American Privateers in the War of 1812, reviewer Daniel J. Bera says it “shed[s] light on an aspect of the War of 1812 that has not received attention equal to its contribution during the war…does a commendable job of getting all the information out to the reader in a format they can use…an excellent reference…should be a welcome addition to the library of many historians.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

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New Releases for Aug 27: Shavelings in Death Camps

Two New Book Releases:

They Knew Marilyn Monroe: Famous Persons in the Life of the Hollywood Icon by Les Harding

Taking an intriguingly innovative approach to the life and legend of actress Marilyn Monroe (1926–1962), this biographical dictionary concentrates on Marilyn’s circle of friends, acquaintances and coworkers—618 in all.

 

Shavelings in Death Camps: A Polish Priest’s Memoir of Imprisonment by the Nazis, 1939–1945 by Fr. Henryk Maria Malak.

Through the author’s eyes we witness the German invasion, atrocities against the local population, and the roundup of priests from the region.

 

One New Rupub:

Hollywood Surf and Beach Movies: The First Wave, 1959–1969by Thomas Lisanti

This lavishly illustrated work features profiles on 32 sizzling fun-in-the-sun teenage epics from Gidget to the Beach Party movies with Frankie and Annette to The Sweet Ride plus a few offshoots in the snow.

 

 

 

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New Releases for Aug 24: Origins of Arthurian Romances

Two new releases today:

Origins of Arthurian Romances: Early Sources for the Legends of Tristan, the Grail and the Abduction of the Queen by Flint F. Johnson. There are three archetypal and widespread Arthurian stories—the abduction of Guinevere, the Holy Grail, and Tristan. Through the author’s painstaking research of the literature and comparative literature of the stories, and by studying the history, laws, and archaeology of the post–Roman period, a new methodology was found for approaching sources.

 

 

Kyoto Animation: A Critical Study and Filmography by Dani Cavallaro.

Kyoto Animation is a studio that, having risen from very humble beginnings, has gained recognition the world over as a uniquely inspired and inventive enterprise. This book examines Kyoto Animation’s philosophy and creative vision with close reference to its anime.

 

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Elizabeth Bishop in Brazil and After

Elizabeth Bishop in Brazil and After: A Poetic Career Transformed by George Monteiro is now available. This study explores how Bishop’s personal and literary experience in Brazil influenced her work culturally, historically, and linguistically, while she was in Brazil and following her return to the United States.

From the Editor:

It’s hard to overestimate the importance of Brazil in the life and writing of Elizabeth Bishop.  Everything seemed to change for her there.  An inveterate wanderer, she arrived intending a two-week stay but remained for the better part of two decades.  She met the love of her life, Lota de Macedo Soares, and painted scenes (on canvas but also, of course, in writing) from day-to-day life in Petropolis, where the two settled in together.  She also published the most acclaimed poetry of her career, including the Pulitzer Prize-winning Poems: North & South–A Cold Spring.  A book-length examination of Brazil’s influence on the poet is long, long overdue.

 

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New Review for Clark Gable, in Pictures

Please check out the new review of our book Clark Gable, in Pictures: Candid Images of the Actor’s Life by Chrystopher J. Spicer.

“These distinctively personal images are themselves informative, and Spicer provides a richly detailed narrative to accompany them. Delving into each major area of Gables’s life…Spicer presents an impressive amount of information…this is a thoroughly researched work with great visual appeal that illuminates some of the less emphasized aspects of Gable’s life. Spicer’s empathetic and comprehensive portrait will certainly resonate with Gable fans as well as film historians and enthusiasts and will find a permanent place in both popular and special collections”–Library Journal.

 

 

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Now in Softcover: Elie Wiesel and Gone with the Wind

Now in softcover:

Elie Wiesel: A Challenge to Theology by Graham B. Walker, Jr.

“this work will help the reader understand the evolution of Wiesel’s writing”—Shofar

 

 

Gone with the Wind on Film: A Complete Reference Work by Cynthia Marylee Molt

“everything you ever wanted to know…extensive analysis…highly recommended”—The Georgia Librarian

 

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Five New Books Published Today!

New books released today:

Soap Operas Worldwide: Cultural and Serial Realities by Marilyn J. Matelski.

Rick Nelson, Rock ’n’ Roll Pioneer by Sheree Homer

The Sister Fidelma Mysteries: Essays on the Historical Novels of Peter Tremayne by Edward J. Rielly

Tris Speaker and the 1920 Indians: Tragedy to Glory by Gary Webster

Eurogames: The Design, Culture and Play of Modern European Board Games by Stewart Woods

 

 

 

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Just Released

New Releases:

High School Prom: Marketing, Morals and the American Teen by Ann Anderson

Americans in Egypt, 1770–1915: Explorers, Consuls, Travelers, Soldiers, Missionaries, Writers and Scientists by Cassandra Vivian

The Architectural Ideology of Thomas Jefferson by Ralph Giordano

 

Three great titles released today in softcover:

The Great Western Migration to the Gold Fields of California, 1849–1850 by Robert J. Willoughby

The 11th Alabama Volunteer Regiment in the Civil War by Ronald G. Griffin

Drive-in Dream Girls: A Galaxy of B-Movie Starlets of the Sixties by Tom Lisanti

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Now in softcover: Charles McGraw

The iconic actor Charles McGraw appeared in over 140 roles on films and television, including the classic noir pictures The Killers (1946) and The Narrow Margin (1952). Whether portraying tough cops or sadistic killers, McGraw brought a unique authenticity to the screen.

“Rode can honestly be called an expert on the film noir genre. He is one of our most important film historians and it can be safely stated that anything this man writes is gold… a total must-read.” –Classic Images

 

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Newly Published Book: North Korean Cinema

 New book today, North Korean Cinema: A History by Johannes Schonherr, is a work on the beginning of North Korean cinema as it examines the obstacles and social problems faced by the filmmakers.

 

An excerpt from the introduction:

Like many other idealogical dictatorships of the 20th century, North Korea has always considered cinema to be an indispensable propaganda tool.  No other medium was as powerful as the movies; no other medium could penetrate the whole population even in the remote corners of the country so thoroughly and so effectively.  In addition, no other medium was right from the founding of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (to give the official name of the state) so strictly and so exlusively under state control.

Looking at the history of North Korean cinema means looking at the history of North Korean politics and culture, shifts in its ideology and the many problems the country has been facing.  Through movies, the country’s first two successive leaders, Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il, propagandized their policies and tried to rally the masses behind them.  For a long period, they were successful.

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Daniel Walsh's An Air War with Cuba

 Relations between Cuba and the United States are known to be tense, but one of our books covers a lesser known part of the conflict.  An Air War with Cuba: The United States Radio Campaign Against Castro by Daniel C. Walsh is a history of the American propaganda campaign against Castro in Cuba, with details on the stations that were started in Cuba to create pro-American sentiment.

An excerpt from the introduction:

“This is Radio Rebelde, voice of the 26th of July Revolutionary Movement and the Rebel Army, transmitting from Free Territory of Cuba in the Sierra Maestra.”  The words crackled through the Caribbean darkness on February 24, 1958, and accelerated the downfall of the Cuban government.  Radio Rebelde was Rebel Radio, the child of outlaws who had grown tired of Cuban leaders who maintained the island’s subservient relationship with its northern neighbor the United States.

After gaining independence from Spain in 1902, Cuba had essentially become a protectorate of the United States.  Businesses viewed the island as a source of resources and cheap labor and the U.S. government extended its military presence by maintaining Guantanamo Naval Base on Cuba’s southeastern coast.  In 1933, military stenographer Fulgencio Batista led a coup to seize control of the Cuban government.  Batista protected U.S. interests on the island and provided stable leadership, something the country desperately lacked.

The 1933 coup launched Cuba’s “Period of Puppet Presidents” during which Batista was not the official leader of the country but indirectly maintained power.  After being elected as Cuba’s president in 1940 and completing his term, Batista left the island in 1944 only to launch another campaign for president eight years later.  When he trailed two other candidates, Batista staged another coup on March 10, 1952, to seize control of the government.  He spoke on the radio shortly afterward to inform the population that the transfer of power was necessary to save Cuba from an extended government by the standing president, Carlos Prío Socarrás.

The 1952 coup canceled that year’s elections, hindering the political ambitions of a young lawyer named Fidel Castro.  Although Castro was never officially nominated, he felt that Batista’s coup had sidetracked what would have been a promising political career for him.  He retaliated on July 26, 1953, by leading a group of fewer than 160 rebels in an assault on the Moncada army barracks in Santiago de Cuba.  Castro planned to capture the facility’s radio station, issue a call for Cubans to take action Batista, and then arm dissidents with weapons seized from the garrison.  The mission failed.  Castro’s forces were uncoordinated and lacked the weapons and personnel to overtake the soldiers.  Of the 100 plus group of attackers, 61 were killed in the initial assault.  Others were captured and tortured before being put to death.

Castro was captured and put on trial, during which he gave an eloquent defense; he did not apologize and felt sympathy only for the rebels lost their lives.  As he closed, Castro seemed prepared for any fate:

I know that imprisonment will be harder for me than it has ever been for anyone, filled with cowardly threats and hideous cruelty.  But I do not fear prison, as I do not fear the fury of the miserable tyrant who took the lives of 70 of my comrades.  Condemn me.  It does not matter.  History will absolve me.

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Daily Deal Special! The 1896-1920 Olympics

 Daily Deals: every weekday, McFarland will offer one title at 20% off the list price. Check back every day, like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for updates about the Daily Deal!

20% off for the whole weekend!

On August 10 get 20% off any of Bill Mallon’s 7 Olympic Games history books when you enter the code OLYMPICS.  This discount will be applied in the shopping cart prior to checkout.

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Review of Rhode Island's Civil War Hospital

 The Journal of Civil War Medicine featured Rhode Island’s Civil War Hospital: Life and Death at Portsmouth Grove, 1862-1865 by Frank L. Grzyb in its summer 2012 issue.  Reviewer Peter J. D’Onofrio (and president of the Society of Civil War Surgeons) “highly recommended” it, saying the book was “easy to read, full of details…with plenty of pictures.”  Go here for the rest of the book review.  Browse our online catalog for more about the Civil War from McFarland.

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New Book: Aron Nimzowitsch

 Aron Nimzowitsch is a biography of one of the greatest chess legends ever, who played at the beginning of the 20th century.  The book begins with a great quote from IM Jens Enevoldsen “Besides playing chess, there is nothing more delightful than reading about chess.”  McFarland has a very large chess book line and Aron Nimzowitsch is another great biographical work filled with tables, charts and chess board illustrations to accompany the games being analyzed.

 

Check out the McFarland Chess Page to find other in depth and authoritative chess works.

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Fragments From Iraq Memoir

 Fragments From Iraq: Diary of a Navy Trauma Surgeon is a memoir of Dr. Zsolt Stockinger from February 2005 to March 2006 of his service on a forward operating base in Iraq’s Sunni Triangle.  His book takes on a very personal note as he describes his daily life during his deployment.  You can read this work either as an historical source of soldiers in the war or as a personal story of a man’s experience during wartime.

 

mcfarlandbooks.com/Fragments-Stockinger

 

An excerpt:

Friday: TQ Day 101.

Up at the crack of 1030 today, then off for a run.  Afterwards, I check e-mail.  Not much exciting except that JAMA accepted my vignette on our first death here, without editing.  Don’t know when it will come out, though.

Our “Hump Day” bash is scheduled for tommorow afternoon, and I discovered that Eileen, who has decided that she wants to organize this thing, has not gotten any near-beer for the party.  Lots of soda, but near-beer is better if you want to have near fun.  There is plenty of soda at the chow hall, but near-beer you have to buy, and most of the juniors don’t want to spend the money for it.  So I get up a quick collection and I go buy four cases.

Apart from that, not much going on again today, either.  I guess the second half of the deployment will all be downhill…

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Daily Deal: 20% off Jim Thorpe

 Daily Deals: every weekday, McFarland will offer one title at 20% off the list price. Check back every day, like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for updates about the Daily Deal!

On July 31 get 20% off Jim Thorpe when you enter the code THORPE.  This discount will be applied in the shopping cart prior to checkout.

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Newly Published Book for July 30

The second edition of Sharon Barcan Elswit’s The Jewish Story Finder: A Guide to 668 Tales Listing Subjects and Sources is now available.

Reviews of the first edition: “a thoughtful, beautifully executed piece of work and a welcome addition to the field of Jewish children’s literature…a handy reference tool…carefully-prepared guide”—AJL Newsletter; “the book that Jewish librarians, teachers, and storytellers have been waiting for has finally arrived, fulfilling almost all of our high expectations…marvelous source…highly recommended”—Jewish Book World; “a very useful source…suitable for multicultural programs… a good addition”—ARBA.

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Daily Deal: 50% off Yellow Rose of Texas

Introducing new Daily Deals: every weekday, McFarland will offer one title at 20% off the list price. Check back every day, like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for updates about the Daily Deal!

Special Today: 50% off!

On July 23 get 50% off Yellow Rose of Texas when you enter the code ROSE.  This discount will be applied in the shopping cart prior to checkout.

Graphic Novels by McFarland:  McFarland has brought its 33 years of publishing experience to the graphic format. To browse them all, both nonfiction and fiction, see the McFarland Graphic Novels webpage. If you are an author or artist interested in submitting a book proposal, guidelines are offered on the McFarland Graphic Novels webpage.

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Daily Deal: 20% off Werewolves of Wisconsin

 Introducing new Daily Deals: every weekday, McFarland will offer one title at 20% off the list price. Check back every day, like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for updates about the Daily Deal!

Special Today: 50% off!

On July 20-22 get 50% off Werewolves of Wisconsin when you enter the coupon code WEREWOLVES.  This discount will be applied in the shopping cart prior to checkout.

Graphic Novels by McFarland:  McFarland has brought its 33 years of publishing experience to the graphic format. To browse them all, both nonfiction and fiction, see the McFarland Graphic Novels webpage. If you are an author or artist interested in submitting a book proposal, guidelines are offered on the McFarland Graphic Novels webpage.

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Daily Deal: 50% off Horrors

Introducing new Daily Deals: every weekday, McFarland will offer one title at 20% off the list price. Check back every day, like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for updates about the Daily Deal!

Special Today: 50% off!

On July 19 get 50% off Horrors when you enter the coupon code HORRORS.  This discount will be applied in the shopping cart prior to checkout.

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Daily Deal: 20% off Teaching Comics and Graphic Narratives

 Introducing new Daily Deals: every weekday, McFarland will offer one title at 20% off the list price. Check back every day, like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for updates about the Daily Deal!

On July 17th get 20% off Teaching Comics and Graphic Narratives when you enter the coupon code COMICS.  This discount will be applied in the shopping cart prior to checkout.

 

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Daily Deal: 20% off Hardball Legends and Journeymen

 Introducing new Daily Deals: every weekday, McFarland will offer one title at 20% off the list price. Check back every day, like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for updates about the Daily Deal!

On July 16th get 20% off Hardball Legends and Journeymen when you enter the coupon code LEGENDS.  This discount will be applied in the shopping cart prior to checkout.

Graphic Novels by McFarland:  McFarland has brought its 33 years of publishing experience to the graphic format. To browse them all, both nonfiction and fiction, see the McFarland Graphic Novels webpage. If you are an author or artist interested in submitting a book proposal, guidelines are offered on the McFarland Graphic Novels webpage.

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Daily Deal: 50% off Hutch

 Introducing new Daily Deals: every weekday, McFarland will offer one title at 20% off the list price. Check back every day, like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for updates about the Daily Deal!

Special Today: 50% off!

On July 13th get 50% off Hutch when you enter the coupon code HUTCH.  This discount will be applied in the shopping cart prior to checkout.

Graphic Novels by McFarland:  McFarland has brought its 33 years of publishing experience to the graphic format. To browse them all, both nonfiction and fiction, see the McFarland Graphic Novels webpage. If you are an author or artist interested in submitting a book proposal, guidelines are offered on the McFarland Graphic Novels webpage.

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Daily Deal: 50% off Witch Hunts

 Introducing new Daily Deals: every weekday, McFarland will offer one title at 20% off the list price. Check back every day, like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for updates about the Daily Deal!

Special Today: 50% off!

On July 12 get 50% off Witch Hunts when you enter the coupon code BURN.  This discount will be applied in the shopping cart prior to checkout.

Graphic Novels by McFarland:  McFarland has brought its 33 years of publishing experience to the graphic format. To browse them all, both nonfiction and fiction, see the McFarland Graphic Novels webpage. If you are an author or artist interested in submitting a book proposal, guidelines are offered on the McFarland Graphic Novels webpage.

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McFarland Graphic Novels: Virgin Vampires

 McFarland has brought its 33 years of publishing experience to the graphic format. To browse them all, both nonfiction and fiction, see the McFarland Graphic Novels webpage. If you are an author or artist interested in submitting a book proposal, guidelines are offered on the McFarland Graphic Novels webpage.

One of our newest graphic novels, Virgin Vampires, feasts upon vampire lore. The story follows Sheridan Le Fanu and Bram Stoker as they travel to Transylvania to confront Countess Elizabeth Bathory and then Dracula himself.  This work provides a highly erotic exploration of the vampire’s eternal allure.

 

www.mcfarlandpub.com/Virgin-Vampires

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Daily Deal: 20% off Practical Moviemaking

 Introducing new Daily Deals: every weekday, McFarland will offer one title at 20% off the list price. Check back every day, like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for updates about the Daily Deal!

 

On July 11 get 20% off Practical Moviemaking: A Handbook for the Real World when you enter the coupon code MOVIES.  This discount will be applied in the shopping cart prior to checkout.

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McF Graphic Novels: Horrors

 McFarland has brought its 33 years of publishing experience to the graphic format. To browse them all, both nonfiction and fiction, see the McFarland Graphic Novels webpage. If you are an author or artist interested in submitting a book proposal, guidelines are offered on the McFarland Graphic Novels webpage.

Another of McFarland’s graphic novels, Horrors, a series about some of the horror genre’s best authors and their own monsters.

 

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Daily Deal: 20% off Cerebus the Barbarian Messiah

 Introducing new Daily Deals: every weekday, McFarland will offer one title at 20% off the list price. Check back every day, like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for updates about the Daily Deal!

 

On July 9, get 20% off Cerebus the Barbarian Messiah when you enter the coupon code CEREBUS.  This discount will be applied in the shopping cart prior to checkout.

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Daily Deal: 20% off The Maryland 400 in the Battle of Long Island, 1776

Introducing new Daily Deals: every weekday, McFarland will offer one title at 20% off the list price.  Check back every day, like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for updates about the Daily Deal!

 

On July 6, get 20% off The Maryland 400 in the Battle of Long Island, 1776 when you enter the coupon code 400.  This discount will be applied in the shopping cart prior to checkout.

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Yellow Rose of Texas

 McFarland has brought its 33 years of publishing experience to the graphic format. To browse them all, both nonfiction and fiction, see the McFarland Graphic Novels webpage. If you are an author or artist interested in submitting a book proposal, guidelines are offered on the McFarland Graphic Novels webpage.

 

One of our graphic novels, Yellow Rose of Texas, is told with attention to historical detail and tells the tale of an African-American woman that fought at the Alamo and helped win Texas its independence.

 

www.mcfarlandbooks.com/Yellow-Rose

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Werewolves of Wisconsin

Werewolves of Wisconsin and Other American Myths, Monsters and Ghosts by Andy Fish was recently reviewed in Critical Mass by Don D’Ammassa (the longtime Science Fiction Chronicle book review editor).  The stories “all seem vaguely familiar even if you haven’t encountered them before,” says D’Ammassa.

Author and illustrator Andy Fish has a dozen graphic novels to his credit dozen graphic novels, including Dracula: The Dead Travel Fast. He is currently a professor of Graphic Novel Studies at Emerson College in Boston.

Graphic Novels by McFarland:  McFarland has brought its 33 years of publishing experience to the graphic format. To browse them all, both nonfiction and fiction, see the McFarland Graphic Novels webpage. If you are an author or artist interested in submitting a book proposal, guidelines are offered on the McFarland Graphic Novels webpage.

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Daily Deal: 20% off The American Northern Theater Army in 1776

 Introducing new Daily Deals: every weekday, McFarland will offer one title at 20% off the list price.  Check back every day, like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for updates about the Daily Deal!

 

On July 5, get 20% off The American Northern Theater Army in 1776 when you enter the coupon code 1776.  The discount will be applied in the shopping cart prior to checkout.

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Daily Deal: 20% off Chronology of the American Revolution

 Introducing new Daily Deals: every weekday, McFarland will offer one title at 20% off the list price.  Check back every day, like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for updates about the Daily Deal!

 

On July 3, get 20% off Chronology of the American Revolution when you enter the coupon code REVOLUTION.  The discount will be applied in the shopping cart prior to checkout.

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Daily Deal: 20% off Downtown Chicago's Historic Movie Theatres

 Introducing new Daily Deals: every weekday, McFarland will offer one title at 20% off the list price.  Check back every day, like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for updates about the Daily Deal!

 

On June 27, get 20% off Downtown Chicago’s Historic Movie Theatres when you enter the coupon code CHICAGO.  The discount will be applied in the shopping cart prior to checkout.

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Daily Deal: 20% off Ford in the Service of America

Introducing new Daily Deals: every weekday, McFarland will offer one title at 20% off the list price.  Check back every day, like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for updates about the Daily Deal!

On June 26, get 20% off Ford in the Service of America when you enter the coupon code FORD.  The discount will be applied in the shopping cart prior to checkout.

 

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Daily Deal: 20% Fragments From Iraq

Introducing new Daily Deals: every weekday, McFarland will offer one title at 20% off the list price.  Check back every day, like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for updates about the Daily Deal!

From June 22-24, get 20% off Fragments from Iraq when you enter the coupon code IRAQ.  The discount will be applied in the shopping cart prior to checkout.

Here’s an excerpt from the book:

www.mcfarlandbooks.com/Fragments

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Fragments From Iraq

An excerpt from Fragments From Iraq, an Iraq War journal of a Navy Trauma Surgeon from 2005 to 2006 by Zsolt T. Stockinger.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sunday: TQ Day 47.

We get an interesting patient at around 1500, a GSW to the arm and flank. Probably a single AK-47 round from a sniper; it went through his forearm and into his side, in the gap between his front and back body armor.  The snipers are getting good out here, but it also tells you that we are taking fewer casualties if they have to be that good.  The kid is lucky; the bullet tracked along his back and missed everything important, we didn’t even have to open his belly.  Broken bone and bruised nerves in his arm, but those should heal. The interesting thing is his name, which sounded Nepalese to me, so I ask him about it.  Nope, Tibetan.  Right mountains, wrong country.  He is a Tibetan Buddhist Mormon U.S. Marine born in northern India who lives in Salt Lake City.  Quite the multinational force we have here.  A melting pot of one.

 

Check out the book here: http://www.mcfarlandbooks.com/Fragments

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Daily Deal: 20% off Classics Illustrated

Introducing new Daily Deals: every weekday, McFarland will offer one title at 20% off the list price.  Check back every day, like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for updates about the Daily Deal!

On June 21, get 20% off Classics Illustrated when you enter the coupon code CLASSICS.  The discount will be applied in the shopping cart prior to checkout.