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The Alchemy of Power: Mastering the Invisible Factors of Leadership

Publication Date: 08/14/2018

Written by a seasoned leadership and cultural consultant who has trekked the globe experiencing world philosophies and spiritual practices while keeping a steady eye on leadership data, The Alchemy of Power reveals how strengthening your capacity with the intangible factors, the metaphysics, is the key to making things happen -…

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The History of Jihad: From Muhammad to ISIS

Publication Date: 08/07/2018

The comprehensive history of the role of war and terror in the spread of Islam. It is taken for granted, even among many Washington policymakers, that Islam is a fundamentally peaceful religion and that Islamic jihad terrorism is something relatively new, a product of the economic and political ferment of…

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From Me to You: Stories about Life, Love, Family, Faith, and How to Negotiate a Bigger Allowance

Publication Date: 08/07/2018

A father creates a remarkable coming-of-age gift for his daughter: stories of love, wisdom, and family that have guided his path through life as she prepares to embark on her own. How does a father tell his child how to live a meaningful life? How does father tell his child…

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The Prefect of Panama

Publication Date: 07/24/2018

It is early 1952 and in Panamá the CIA is using “enhanced chemical interrogations” on former Soviet agents who have come over to the American side. Ostensibly, this is to determine the veracity of the agents, to determine whether they are true walk-ins or if they are, in reality, Soviet…

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The Worst President in History: The Legacy of Barack Obama

Publication Date: 07/24/2018

"If you want to know why the history books will have a dim view of Barack Obama, this is the book to read." --John Hawkins, Right Wing News and Townhall.com The presumption of Barack Obama’s presidential greatness began before he even won the presidency. Now that he’s out of office,…

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Then We Grew Up: A Post-College Journey into Adulthood

Publication Date: 07/24/2018

Where was the heads-up? There was no warning from parents, no preamble from professors or mentors, no cautions from older siblings or close friends. How is this possible? Post-college life can be amazing, but it is also hard. So much will happen to us during this phase in our lives,…

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Moment of Truth: The Nature of Catastrophes and How to Prepare for Them

Publication Date: 07/17/2018

“Miami Beach Devastated by Monster Cat 5 Hurricane Packing 200 mph Winds” “Times Square Incinerated by Homemade Nuclear Bomb” “Magnitude 9.0 Earthquake Reduces Downtown Seattle to Rubble”  These aren’t actual headlines—but they could be. Even though they sound like descriptions of next summer’s blockbuster movies, each of these worst-case scenarios…

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South of the Clouds

Publication Date: 07/17/2018

The Great Recession of 2008 humbled many good men. Once featured on the front pages of New York’s business and society papers, Jack Davis had spiraled downward in the aftermath of the crisis. How far will someone go to get their reputation back? Jack is about to find out. Exiled…

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Tricycle and Friends: The True Life Adventures of a Three-Legged Golden Retriever and His Rescued Farm Animal Friends

Publication Date: 07/10/2018

When Tricycle, a rescued, three-legged Golden Retriever arrives at his new home, he gets the attention of the other animals who live there. They want to know what happened to his missing leg, and they wonder if it hurts and if it slows him down. As Tricycle gets to know…

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ISIS Begins: A Novel of the Iraq War

Publication Date: 07/10/2018

Finally, the truth about the YouTube video Hillary blamed for Benghazi. In 2008, Ken Timmerman warned the U.S. government and the American public that Christians were “facing extinction” in northern Iraq. In the summer of 2017, he was back on the ground, debriefing the most recent victims of the ISIS…

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