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Brad Bumsted

Keystone Corruption: A Pennsylvania Insider’s View of a State Gone Wrong traces the cyclical nature of misconduct in Pennsylvania government over the course of the last hundred years. Most of the book focuses on corruption since the 1970s, when the author had a front-row seat during the unprecedented scandals of 2007 through 2012.


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Edward W. Duffy

Philadelphia: A Railroad History describes the remarkable development of the railroad industry in Philadelphia and the intense competition that pitted the Pennsylvania Railroad against the Reading Railroad, and those two titans against the formidable Baltimore and Ohio Railroad to dominate the regional market

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Sam Daley-Harris

Most people see working to end global povery and ensure a stable climate as a fool's errand. Add to that the Citizens United decision and the flood of money rushing into politics and the despair grows deeper. But activist and author Sam Daley-Harris has helped thousands of ordinary citizens transform from hopeless bystanders to powerful advocates.


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David S. Traub

Searching for Philadelphia utilizes photographs to bring awareness of the many largely hidden and unexpected architectural treasures the city has to offer. Most of these would likely be missed except by the curious and alert pedestrian.

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Lew Freedman


In this landmark collection, the author selects and rates this group based on the overall accomplishments of Red Sox players considered the best
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Tony Auth 
with David Leopold


Tony Auth’s cartoons, seemingly simple and always direct, have influenced public opinion and politicians for more than 40 years. “Our job is not to amuse our readers,” says Auth of a national artistic heritage of editorial cartooning that began with Benjamin Franklin in 1754. “Our mission is to stir them, inform and inflame them.”

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Scott M. Burnstein


The Detroit True Crime Chronicles is a-one-of-a- kind publication. It chronicles the rich history of criminal activity in the Motor City. Using information from declassified federal documents and many firsthand accounts, the book focuses on the city’s local Mafia, key mobsters, drug kingpins, serial killers and unsolved crimes. Readers will be taken inside the belly of the beast for twenty bone-chilling and dramatic tales of intrigue, betrayal, and murder.

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Harold I. Gullan


Follow Mike Chitwood as he becomes the most decorated officer in Philadelphia police history. He is still fighting crime today after half a century in law enforcement.


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