Biography and Memoir

The Conductor: The Story of Rev. John Rankin, Abolitionism’s Essential Founding Father

Publication Date: 10/15/2024

Known in his day as the “Father of Abolitionism,” Reverend John Rankin is one of the greatest heroes previously lost to history. Sitting high above the small community of Ripley, Ohio, a lantern shone in the front window of a small, red brick home at night. It was a signal…

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Salinger’s Soul: His Personal and Religious Odyssey

Publication Date: 10/08/2024

A close-up look at how J.D. Salinger’s private  life influenced his famous stories. J.D. Salinger remains one of America’s  best known but least understood writers. His 1951 book, The Catcher in the Rye, lives on as one of the most iconic American novels of all time. Yet after his commercial…

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The Last Commander: The Once and Future Battle for Afghanistan

Publication Date: 10/08/2024

The compelling inside story of how America abandoned Afghanistan. When America retreated from Kabul amid chaos in 2021, Lieutenant General Sami Sadat, the last commander of the army of the Afghan republic, was still fighting to the end. In this firsthand account, he reveals how his troops were starved of…

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The Velvet Hammer: Judge Belvin Perry, Jr.’s Capital Murder Cases and Memoir

Publication Date: 09/10/2024

After retiring from twenty-five years on the bench, former chief judge, Belvin Perry Jr., reveals a rare and disturbingly vivid first-hand perspective of the most gruesome death penalty cases he played a key role, including the infamous Casey Marie Anthony, who was dubbed “America’s Most Hated Mom” after her shocking…

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First the Patient: The Life and Times of David G. Nathan, MD

Publication Date: 08/06/2024

A fast-paced account of a giant of 20th century medicine, First the Patient details how David Nathan saved patients with his medical skill and rescued institutions with his visionary leadership. The miraculous triumphs of modern medicine—antibiotics, insulin, cancer cures, longer and better lives—are the fruits of its firm grounding in…

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First in Line: How COVID-19 Placed Me on the Frontlines of a Health Care Crisis

Publication Date: 07/23/2024

Sandra Lindsay, the first person to receive the COVID-19 vaccine, takes the reader on her journey from humble immigrant beginnings in 1980s Bronx to national health equity advocate and winner of the Presidential Medal of Freedom. Sandra Lindsay immigrated to the United States from Jamaica in 1986 with ambitions of…

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Born Unbreakable: 5 Steps to Overcoming Your Self-Limiting Beliefs

Publication Date: 07/23/2024

The only limit keeping you from living the life you want is YOU. Master your mindset and go from limited to limitless with 5 simple steps. “I’m not good enough.” “I’m not worthy.” “I’m not capable.” Self-limiting beliefs plague us all eventually. In a noisy world that sets unreasonable expectations…

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The Quest for Belonging: How the Most Effective Nonprofit Leaders Understand the Psychology of Giving

Publication Date: 07/16/2024

Discover the deepest reasons people give to nonprofits—and how fundraisers can tap into donors’ most potent motivations. In The Quest for Belonging: How the Most Effective Nonprofit Leaders Understand the Psychology of Giving, Jeremy Beer draws from the latest social science to explain the primacy of identity—the need to know…

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Crooked Smile: What It Took to Escape a Decade of Homelessness, Addiction, & Crime

Publication Date: 06/25/2024

Crooked Smile details one man’s life on Skid Row and what it took to escape a lifetime of addiction. “Darkly humorous” is an understatement when it comes to this poignant tale of addiction, homelessness, incarceration, and eventually, redemption. Jared Klickstein, the child of two heroin addicts who eventually became addicted…

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The Dan Bongino Show Survival Guide: Crazy Stories, Hidden Messages, and Golden Rules

Publication Date: 06/11/2024

The all-inclusive guide to everything you wanted to know about The Dan Bongino Show, and an introduction to the people behind the scenes who make it all work. When Rush Limbaugh sadly passed, a massive void in conservative radio had to be filled. This is the story of how The…

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