I received these books from Ulysses Press for review. Take some time for yourself and enjoy some summer reading. Try out some new recipes or increase your knowledge on spy trivia.
The Van Life Cookbook by Susan Marque ($19.95): Get cooking in your sprinter van, camper van or RV with creative recipes especially crafted for making meals in tight spaces. You’ve finally finished your van build and are ready to hit the road. The Van Life Cookbook, a first of its kind collection of recipes and full color photographs, celebrates the #vanlife community and lifestyle while providing delicious and nutritious meal ideas for modern day nomads. Discover the joys of cooking on the road with dishes like:
- Breakfast Biscuits on the Burner
- Chickpea Avocado Salad
- Van Life Summer Rolls
- Single-Serving Dessert Crisp
- And much more!
The Big Book of Spy Trivia by Bernadette Johnson ($14.95): Discover the fascinating true stories of spies and secret agents throughout history in this ultimate collection of espionage trivia. Whether you’re a wannabe 007 or just a fan of subterfuge, the fun facts and legendary stories in this big book of spy trivia are sure to shock and fascinate. Discover how the most infamous spy organizations like the CIA and the MI6 came into existence, how they recruit citizens into their fold and how they have shaped some of the world’s largest and most memorable historical events. You’ll even learn real tactics that spies use on missions, from escaping zip ties to reading the body language of a stranger. This collection spans centuries and countries, including:
- One of history’s first and most iconic spy operations: the Trojan Horse in ancient Greece
- America’s first spy organization: George Washington’s Culper Ring
- Real life KGB spies from the McCarthy Cold War era: American citizens Ethel and Julius Rosenberg
- And much more!
Perfect for any person who has been fascinated by the shadowy world of espionage, this fact packed book quizzes readers on their spy knowledge, from pop culture icons to unsung heroes that history books have forgotten.
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