Meet the native special of Alaska--the animals and plants that have been around for ages, as well as those that died out eons ago.
Set in 1941 Seattle, San Francisco, and Hawaii, Orchids of War explores Japanese espionage and its impact on the lives of all Americans. The facts reconstructed in this book are important. This historical fiction weaves through events specific to the buildup to World War II. It brings to the forefront the network of spies on American soil, the decrypting machine "Magic," and the "Winds Code."
Nothing grabs the mind like a finely crafted film. Memorable lines strike an instant impression, and classic imagery provides celluloid art for us to enjoy. Manny Pacheco has studied motion pictures and understands Hollywood at its core. Through his love and passion for the stars of yesteryear, he presents a review of timeless films, which also uniquely capture seldom-told accounts of America's story.
Senator Harry P. Cain of Washington defied the norm. Once seen as one of the state’s fastest-rising political stars, Cain’s personal convictions never allowed him to be comfortable in either political party for very long. Instead, he remained true to one paramount goal—supporting the rights of the individual.