Biography and Memoir

For Such a Time as This: My Faith Journey through the White House and Beyond

Publication Date: 12/07/2021

Kayleigh McEnany describes her path to the White House podium, bringing the reader behind the scenes in the world’s most powerful building and illuminating how faith got her through. If you would have told me that in the year 2020 I would stand at the White House podium and communicate…

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Stops Along the Way: A Catholic Soul, a Conservative Heart, an Irish Temper, and a Love of Life

Publication Date: 11/30/2021

A book unlike any ever written by a leader of the conservative movement, because the stories told are unlike anything ever experienced by any public figure on the American scene today. Stops Along the Way tells tales of ten red-headed Catholic children raised on a farm in the ’60s, just…

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Beaten Black and Blue: Being a Black Cop in an America Under Siege

Publication Date: 11/30/2021

What’s it really like to be a Black police officer in today’s America? “Defund the police!” is shouted in the streets. A.C.A.B. is spray painted on precinct buildings. Countless citizens believe all police are racists. In this era of civil unrest and political divide, how do Black cops—or any cops—maintain…

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Trump 45: America’s Greatest President

Publication Date: 11/30/2021

A pictorial history of America’s greatest president, Donald Trump. Donald Trump took “the road less traveled” upon his inauguration as America’s 45th President. Trump did not go to Washington to get along. He went to work for the American people. The photos between the covers of this book document Donald…

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We Were the Morris Orphans: 4 Brothers, 5 Sisters & Me

Publication Date: 11/30/2021

When a drunk driver orphans ten children, their plea to stay together sparks international news—and prompts a trust fund that attracts corrupt and abusive fostering. “They’re not dead, are they?” The officer’s body visibly slumped as he delivered his final nod. From that July day in 1968 on, the Morris…

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Swerve: Life Altering Wisdom from Saints, Masters, and People Like You and Me

Publication Date: 11/23/2021

Have you ever had a conversation that literally changed your life? Have you ever read something that fundamentally changed the way you looked at your life, your business, your situation, and those around you? Has someone ever said something to you that opened your eyes to a whole new possibility?…

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Kian and Me: Gifts from a Grandson

Publication Date: 11/09/2021

Part musing memoir, part grandparent guidebook, written in the form of letters to an almost two-year-old grandson, Kian and Me shares the many insights and gifts children have to give. Written in the epistolary form, Dr. Selleck illustrates the gratification and wisdom his grandson, Kian, has given him—from his time as an…

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Dematerialized: The Mysterious Disappearance of Marcia Moore

Publication Date: 11/02/2021

The baffling true story of Marcia Moore—heiress, astrologer, and yoga master—who sacrificed her well-to-do life to study metaphysics and experiment with a mind-bending psychedelic, until her mysterious disappearance in 1979. On a bitterly cold night in January of 1979, the heiress to the Sheraton Hotel fortune vanished without a trace.…

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Don’t Blow Yourself Up: The Further True Adventures and Travails of the Rocket Boy of October Sky

Publication Date: 10/19/2021

From Homer Hickam, the author of the #1 bestselling Rocket Boys adapted into the beloved film October Sky, comes this astonishing memoir of high adventure, war, love, NASA, and his struggle for literary success. Homer Hickam’s memoir Rocket Boys and the movie adaptation October Sky have become one of the…

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Fixing Food: An FDA Insider Unravels the Myths and the Solutions

Publication Date: 10/19/2021

An FDA economist discovers that solutions for food safety and nutrition lie in the hands of entrepreneurs—not government regulation and education. With about half of the U.S. population expected to be obese by 2030 and one out of six Americans getting sick every year, why is the Food and Drug…

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