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Taking Back Trump’s America: Why We Lost the White House and How We’ll Win It Back

Publication Date: 09/22/2022

As seen on Tucker Carlson As heard on Mark Levin In this follow-up to the breakout bestseller In Trump Time, Peter Navarro explains why Trump lost the White House in 2020 and how he will win it back in 2024—and none too soon. Steve Bannon, the chief architect of Trump’s…

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The Handler: A Nick Reagan Thriller

Publication Date: 08/30/2022

This gripping adventure takes two CIA operatives from New York to Pakistan, Paris, Las Vegas, and, ultimately, America’s heartland as they race to prevent a series of terrorist attacks. When the CIA uncovers details of violent assaults planned throughout the United States, clandestine CIA operative Nicholas Reagan and his partner,…

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And the Rest Is History: Tales of Hostages, Arms Dealers, Dirty Tricks, and Spies

Publication Date: 08/30/2022

Foreword by Rabbi Abraham Cooper, Associate Dean, Simon Wiesenthal Center A real-life adventure story told by a New York Times bestselling author and war correspondent who reveals how he became a hostage, an arms dealer, and an Israeli spy. And the Rest Is History takes readers on a traveling circus…

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That Joke Isn’t Funny Anymore: On the Death and Rebirth of Comedy

Publication Date: 09/06/2022

The Woke are killing comedy—and that makes being a comedian today better than ever! The Woke—that humorless, joyless, shame-inducing virus—are killing comedy…and that is great for comedians! So argues award-winning comedian Lou Perez in his hilarious and provocative book debut, That Joke Isn’t Funny Anymore. Through the lens of comedy,…

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SHANDA: A Memoir of Shame and Secrecy

Publication Date: 09/13/2022

An intimate memoir from a founding editor of Ms. magazine who grew up in a Jewish immigrant family mired in secrets, haunted by their dread of shame and stigma, determined to hide their every imperfection—and in denial or despair when they couldn’t.   “The richness of Pogrebin’s stories, the complexity and beauty of…

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Little Voices: How Kids in Spirit Helped a Reluctant Medium Escape and Heal from Abuse

Publication Date: 09/20/2022

Never in a million years did Kiersten Parsons Hathcock—a Shark Tank–winning entrepreneur with an internationally known furniture company—think she would suddenly start channeling children in spirit at the age of thirty-six. She never expected that, while she was helping them reveal the secrets of their deaths, they would help her…

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Sid-izens United: Salacious Spiels, Stories, Suggestions, and Solutions to Withstand a Woke World

Publication Date: 09/06/2022

The legendary radio personality and equal-opportunity offender delivers authentic and unapologetic takes on the state of everything—from politics to sports, and pop culture to fitness—all with his inimitable style and humor. “Sid Rosenberg writes the way he talks: fast and blunt. His book is entertaining and provides the reader insight into…

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Quiet Leader, Loud Results

Publication Date: 09/13/2022

Rather than asking aspiring quiet leaders to “fake it” or pretend to be something they aren’t, Quiet Leader, Loud Results provides real-world tested suggestions, advice, and strategies that will help readers become dynamic leaders on their own terms and drive outcomes in their organizations. This book shares real stories from…

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The Unveiling: A Mother’s Reflection on Murder, Grief, and Trial Life

Publication Date: 09/20/2022

Ruth Markel’s tenacious fight for justice on behalf of the murder of her son, Dan Markel, and the struggle to be legally reunited with her grandchildren. Ruth Markel is the mother of the late Dan Markel, a noted law professor who was murdered in Tallahassee, Florida in 2014. In The…

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Cinder Girl: Growing Up on America’s Fringe

Publication Date: 08/09/2022

Cinder Girl sits in the rarest class of memoir--a towering literary triumph which melds searing and tragic personal history with an incredible story of resilience, hope, and civic success. Growing up on welfare, food stamps, and Greyhound buses, Holly Thompson Rehder quit school at fifteen to help take care of…

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