Books by Special Arrangement
The Seven Glorious HMS Amethyst's 1793-1956
By George Hickinbottom
1994 Amethyst Publisher & Distributor
Hard Cover with dust jacket
The history of all seven Royal Navy ships named Amethyst.
Through special arrangement you can obtain a copy autographed by the author.
(This offer is available to U.K. residents only)
Full price including shipping £25.
For details email the webmaster (email@example.com)
Only 317 Survived
By USS Indianapolis Survivors
2002 Printing Partners
Hardcover with dust jacket (new)
521 pages (6½" x 9½")
The only collection of first hand accounts ever
published about the sinking of the USS Indianapolis.
Through special arrangement you can buy a copy
signed by Indianapolis survivor Cleatus Lebow. To
learn how to order click here:
Order Only 317 Survived
$35.00 (U.S.A.) shipping included
WW II In The Gulf of Mexico
A compilation of 102 articles written for The Courier newspaper in Houma,
Louisiana covers many aspects of the U-boat war in the Gulf and other military
subjects. The author conducted extensive research and interviews during many
years and has provided a very interesting look at a part of the war often forgotten.
By C. J. Christ
To order send check or money order for $35.00 (which includes shipping) to:
C. J. Christ
P.O. Box 10037
Houma, Louisiana 70363
One Came Home
The true story about twin brothers who are called to serve their country
together in the Korean War. This book is a labor of love from one brother to
another and is filled with photos and documents which record every aspect
of their service and the extraordinary effort to keep the memory of those
who served in Korea alive. 320 pages hardback, autographed on request.
By Vincent A. Krepps
(This book is available by special arrangement with the author for only
$10.00 plus $5.00 shipping inside the U.S.A. The original cover price was
$26.95. Mr. Krepps has a limited number still available.)
To order contact the author firstname.lastname@example.org
Gonzalo Garza: A Texas Legend
By Dr. Gonzalo Garza, Ph.D.
2005 Word Wright Books
Hardcover with dust jacket (autographed)
322 pages (6½" X 9½")
An inspirational story of how the son of poor Mexican immigrants overcame the
many obstacles laid before him to become the head of one of the largest school
districts in Texas. On the way to becoming a Ph.D. Gonzalo took a couple of trips
around the world paid for by Uncle Sam, as a Marine in Dog Company, 7th Marines,
1st Marine Division he fought in World War II in the Pacific and later in the
Korean War. Soldier, husband, father, educator, his story is one that will show
you that you really can overcome what stands before you.
Available through special arrangement with the
author, only 6 copies are available.
$30.00 plus $5.00 shipping.
(international shipping not available)
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