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True Blue: My Journey from Beat Cop to Suspended FBI Whistleblower

Publication Date: 07/18/2023

A suspended special agent explains his decision to turn whistleblower and expose FBI politicization and abuse against conservative America. Stephen Friend had his dream job as an FBI special agent. After nearly a decade of combating violent crime, human trafficking, and child predators, he was reassigned to the FBI’s unprecedented…

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The Sumter Gambit: How the Left Is Trying to Foment a Civil War

Publication Date: 01/17/2023

“A thought-provoking and scary look at how a morally bankrupt and historically illiterate faction is toying with the worst-case scenario, imagining that it will provide them with a short-term advantage.” —Kurt Schlichter What is the Sumter Gambit? It’s the concerted effort by the Left to push the most extreme policies…

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Be Your Own Cheerleader: An Asian & South Asian Woman’s Cultural, Psychological, and Spiritual Guide to Self-Promote at Work

Publication Date: 01/24/2023

Be Your Own Cheerleader is the first book to help Asian and South Asian women self-advocate and self-promote in Corporate America. The intention for Be Your Own Cheerleader is to help professional Asian and South Asian women—who have toggled between the two very different cultures of East and West—thrive in the workplace. When…

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The Art of Gratitude: 3 Minute Morning Ritual Journal

Publication Date: 01/10/2023

Gratitude motivates manifestation. When we are grateful for what we already have, we attract our highest potential. Cultivate gratitude daily with The Art of Gratitude: 3 Minute Morning Ritual Journal. The art of gratitude is as complex as we choose to make it. By simply acknowledging a few things you…

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Chasing Catastrophe: My 35 Years Covering Wars, Hurricanes, Terror Attacks, and Other Breaking News

Publication Date: 01/24/2023

From the front lines in Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya, and other conflict zones to the base of the burning Twin Towers on 9/11 to the eye of countless hurricanes, Rick Leventhal chronicles some of the most amazing stories he’s covered in his thirty-five years as a news reporter, anchor, and Senior…

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Reef Road

Publication Date: 01/10/2023

A Publishers Weekly Bestseller When a severed hand washes ashore in the wealthy enclave of Palm Beach, Florida, the lives of two women—a lonely writer obsessed with the unsolved murder of her mother’s best friend and a panicked wife whose husband has disappeared with their children—collide as the world shutters…

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Memoirs of an Ordinary Guy: The Everyday Experiences that Changed My Life

Publication Date: 01/24/2023

Find joy and love in ordinary, everyday experiences. By most measures, Daniel Olmes is an ordinary guy—but he’s learned how to live an extraordinary life. In Memoirs of an Ordinary Guy, Daniel asserts that we are all capable of being extraordinary and redefines what it means to be just another…

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This Was CNN: How Sex, Lies, and Spies Undid the World’s Worst News Network

Publication Date: 02/07/2023

A CNN insider reveals what he saw behind the scenes at the cable news giant and the investigation that revealed even more shocking secrets. Cary Poarch started working at CNN in the summer of 2017 as a die-hard Bernie Sanders supporter. But on his first location shoot during the Charlottesville…

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Red Clay Suzie

Publication Date: 01/10/2023

The coming-of-age story of Philbet, a gay, physically-misshapen boy in rural Georgia, who battles bullying, ignorance, and disdain as he makes his way in life as an outsider—before finding acceptance in unlikely places. Red Clay Suzie is the coming-of-age story of a boy living in the Deep South, who struggles…

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From the Front Row: Reflections of a Major League Baseball Owner and Modern Art Dealer

Publication Date: 03/14/2023

In his honest, engaging, and revealing new memoir, entrepreneur Jeffrey Loria lifts the curtain on two of the most mysterious, high-stakes, and high-profile businesses today: Major League Baseball and modern art. Before he wrote a memoir, Jeffrey Loria was the author of one of America’s most remarkable professional careers. He…

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