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Leigh Husband Kimmel's Bookstore - Books

Books open worlds for us. Some books open various aspects of our own world, while others transport us to alien worlds of the imagination. But all have the power to both enlighten and delight.

Science Fiction and Fantasy

On Basilisk Station coverThe Honor Harrington series by David Weber

Honor Harrington is a sort of Horatio Hornblower in space, Star Wars as it might have been written by C.S. Forester. But along with the grand old style space opera there is a strong appreciation for the modern understanding of science and technology.

Click here to check out the Billion-Light-Year Bookshelf for a complete listing of all available sf/fantasy book reviews.

The Nelson Room

Nelson: A Personal History coverHoratio Nelson was England's greatest admiral in the Napoleonic Wars, and arguably was the greatest admiral who ever lived. His life and exploits have inspired many writers to create works of fiction and non-fiction.

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The Pearl Harbor Room

At Dawn We Slept coverThe Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor precipitated the United States' entry into World War II. However, many have questioned the role of the US government and the Roosevelt Administration in the unprepardness of the forces in Hawaii that morning.

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The Turner Room

Standing in the Sun cover JMW Turner was one of England's greatest landscape artists. Find more books on this fascinating man.

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The Business Room

Success for Dummies cover Studies show that the most successful businesspeople are those who constantly keep learning new things. Take a look at some of these top-notch books on various aspects of business.

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Last updated April 12, 2001.