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Letters of Note

While a good portion of history happened out in the open, allowing it to be preserved in the history books for everyone to read for generations, still more happened in the private correspondence of people who mattered. In Letters of Note: An Eclectic Collection of Correspondence Deserving of a Wider Audience (brought to you by the creator of the blog by the same name) you'll read letters spanning across centuries, from influential political leaders, authors, actors, murderers, and more. Each one lends a unique insight into the major events of the time, whether they're wars, cultural shifts, key moments, or important discoveries. This epistolary compilation contains over 300 letters, detailing the personal thoughts of everyone from Jack the Ripper to Kurt Vonnegut.

  • The Home Distiller's Workbook

    At this point, you've had some success with home brewing — cooking up some beers to share with friends, supply a party, or just enjoy during the game — but now you're ready to try something with a little more bite. With the The Home Distiller's Workbook - Your guide to making Moonshine, Whisky, Vodka, Rum and so much more! you can start making your own hooch from the comfort of your home. The book covers everything from the author's background in distilling moonshine in the Kentucky hills and basic concepts and practices, to building a still and making your first batch. Detailed recipes for a range of liquors and an overview of important ingredients and techniques finish out this comprehensive guide.

  • Texas Quail Rigs

    Apparently in Texas they take their quail hunting pretty seriously — okay, make that very seriously — so seriously that they outfit trucks, jeeps, quads, even vintage sedans with everything you could possibly need for the hunt. Texas Quail Rigs profiles this unique intersection of car and hunting culture with beautiful photographs of more than 120 quail rigs, lending insight into this odd way of life. And while quail hunting is diminishing in Texas as game and participants dwindle, this book serves as a record preserving the extreme lengths hunters go to just to get the bird. So whether you're a hunter yourself, or just an avid admirer of automotive subcultures, you're going to want this book on your coffee table.