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My Enemy, My Love
 

 

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My Enemy, My Love

My Enemy, My Love is a companion novel to Enemy Among Us, telling the story of a German POW, a professor drafted against his will into the army in the last months of the war. Captured and sent to the U.S., the prisoner finds a dangerous romance with an American woman on the farm where he and others are working. Based on true stories from the people who experienced these events first hand.

Softcover, 272 pp, features original POW artwork. $14.95

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The Enemy Among Us

The Enemy Among Us

The Enemy Among Us: POWs in Missouri During WWII: a fascinating account of the 15,000 German and Italian Prisoners of War held in two dozen camps in Missouri between 1942-1946. Richly laced with first-hand accounts from people who lived this amazing and little-known chapter of history. Hardcover, 460 pp, 120 maps, photos and illustrations. $24.95.

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Ride Fit

Ride Fit-

publication date October 2010

Cycling is an enjoyable way to get fit and stay that way, and this book offers sound advice on getting started. Graded exercise programs take readers from the "occasional rider" level all the way up to competition levels in speed and endurance cycling. The author presents training schedules designed to help riders maintain general fitness, lose excess weight, and improve their general well being. He also gives expert advice on finding the right equipment, based on each rider's individual profile, and he provides guidelines for avoiding injury and building physical fitness safely and effectively. The book features instructive, easy-to-follow charts plus more than 250 color photos and illustrations.
Ballwin: Images of America

Ballwin: Images of America-

publication date 2005

At the tender age of 21, a settler named John Ball bought 400 acres on Grand Glaize Creek in 1800 and began sowing crops and tending livestock. He had moved with his parents to Missouri as part of a migration of Kentucky settlers led by Daniel Boone and wanted to establish himself as his own man. That purchase and Ball's later platting of 17 city blocks along Manchester Road, the designated route to the state capitol, were the first steps in creating the town we know today as Ballwin. Using archival photographs from the Ballwin Historical Commission and other sources, Ballwin traces the history of the area from the first settlers through to the present, focusing on the period since the city was incorporated.

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