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The collection is an adaptation of a volume of images and information collected by library staff to form the Biographical Sketches of the Mayors of the City of Milwaukee.
Today marks the birthday of author C. S. Forester, most famous for his Horatio Hornblower series of eleven naval novels (say that ten times fast).
Book searching coming soon. For now use County Cat
From NewsBank, find indexing of and full articles in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel (from 1990-present) and other Wisconsin, national and world newspapers.
The lives of five women from two different families are forever linked and altered by a drunk private eye during the Depression.
Explores the use of private military and security companies.
Follows a frustrated creative writing professor through his letters of recommendation.
A brutally honest memoir takes readers from the network newsrooms to the locker rooms of the greatest sports teams, pulling the curtain back on celebrity entertainment coverage.
Recounts naval expedition to the North Pole that resulted in the sinking of the USS Jeannette and the crew's epic struggle for survival in the Arctic.
A young mortician goes behind the scenes, unafraid of thegruesome (and fascinating) details of her curious profession.
After being cast out of the land of Fillory, Quentin Coldwater, accompanied by Plum, encounters practitioners of gray magic before discovering a spell that could dissolve the boundaries between Fillory and Earth.
Discusses South Korea's accelerated economic development from third-world military dictatorship to first-world liberal democracy, focusing on their position as a pop culture exporter.
Chronicles a young immigrant writer’s adventures through family, friendship and sex.
A beautiful empress trapped in a loveless marriage, a dashing but impoverished horseman and a clever heiress form a passionate love triangle in 19th-century England.