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City of Angles

Publication Date: 03/07/2023

Acclaimed playwright Jonathan Leaf makes his debut as a novelist with this fast-paced mystery thriller. This is the novel all of Hollywood is talking about. Over the last fifteen years, Jonathan Leaf has become one of America’s most respected playwrights and critics. City of Angles, his debut novel, is a…

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In the Event of Death: A Novel

Publication Date: 02/14/2023

“In this poignant and relatable story, Kim Young explores one woman’s struggle to come to terms with a childhood trauma that threatens to cripple her just when her family needs her most. In the Event of Death will make you laugh and cry, challenge the way we think about death, and…

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The Genius of Algorand: Technical Elegance and the DeFi Revolution

Publication Date: 08/16/2022

In a universe of cryptocurrencies, Algorand stands out as one of the best long-term blockchain protocols for the future. In The Genius of Algorand: Technical Elegance and the DeFi Revolution, financier Anthony Scaramucci walks readers through the history of Algorand, from its inception in the mind of an MIT mathematical genius to…

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The Electoral College: A Biography of America’s Peculiar Creation Through the Eyes of the People Who Shaped It

Publication Date: 03/28/2023

A timely look at how the Electoral College has changed U.S. history and why it endures—told through the lenses of specific people who both influenced the process and were impacted by the results. “Over the years, no feature of the Constitution has attracted more criticism than that strange creature called…

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The Victims’ Revolution: The Rise of Identity Studies and the Birth of the Woke Ideology

Publication Date: 02/21/2023

An exposé of the identity-group madness that transformed American campuses—and is now turning the Western world upside down. Gender ideology. The “anti-racism” craze. The #MeToo movement. Sanctuary cities. These are among the building blocks of our new “woke” world, which, during the last few years, seemed to explode out of…

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Sushi Tuesdays: A Memoir of Love, Loss, and Family Resilience

Publication Date: 02/28/2023

Faced with a shattering loss, a young widow searches for answers, acceptance, and family resilience. After taking her sons on a hike with the family dog one beautiful fall afternoon, Charlotte returned home to find a policewoman, a policeman, and a priest in her driveway—there to deliver the news of…

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What Does It Matter?: Live with Less Stress and More Joy

Publication Date: 02/21/2023

Unpack the power of asking, “What does it matter?” to pull the plug on the rising waters of your anxiety and put a pin in the expanding balloon of your stress. Life is an unpredictable white-water ride of fast currents, beautiful scenery, rocky passageways, and calm waters. What Does It…

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Proclaim Liberty Throughout All the Land: How Christianity Has Advanced Freedom and Equality for All Americans

Publication Date: 04/11/2023

Proclaim Liberty Throughout All the Land demonstrates that Christianity is responsible for advancing liberty and equality for all Americans. Scholars and popular authors regularly claim that Christianity, at least orthodox Christianity, has fostered oppression and intolerance. A common narrative is that liberty and equality have been advanced primarily when America’s…

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Periods, Period.

Publication Date: 03/07/2023

Jam-packed with fun-filled and useful tips for every stage of your menstruation journey—this inclusive book is for all. Inspired by the over half the population that bleeds, Periods, Period is an amusing, cheeky, and thoughtful collection of essays, games, photos, art and (over)sharing aimed to help survive and thrive during your periods.

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Reimagining Customer Service in Healthcare: Boost Loyalty, Profits, and Outcomes

Publication Date: 02/28/2023

This book helps you transform patients, clients, and family caregivers from hateful to grateful. Do you look forward to your next hospitalization or medical procedure? If not, you are far from alone! Very few people enjoy needing a doctor, physical therapist, or other healthcare provider. Even fewer look forward to needing a hospital, assisted living,…

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