Nonfiction

Digging Dave Brubeck and Time Out!

Publication Date: 10/20/2020

An affectionate examination of legendary jazz pianist Dave Brubeck and his iconic 1959 album, Time Out! Propelled by the unlikely hit “Take Five,” the pianist’s 1959 classic Time Out! was the first jazz album to earn platinum status, making it one of only eight platinum records in jazz history. Born as an experiment…

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60 Stories About 30 Seconds: How I Got Away With Becoming a Pretty Big Commercial Director Without Losing My Soul (Or Maybe Just Part of It)

Publication Date: 09/15/2020

You’ve probably seen more movies made by Bruce Van Dusen than any other director alive. 1977. New York City. Cool and crime-ridden, cheap and wild. Bruce Van Dusen shows up in town with a film degree and $150 to his name. He wants to make movies. So he does. The…

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Resilient by Nature: Reflections from a Life of Winning On and Off the Football Field

Publication Date: 09/08/2020

This amazing memoir follows the story of Reggie Williams—ex-NFL linebacker, former Disney executive, renaissance man, and the epitome of determination in the face of extreme challenges. “Don’t look at their eyes.” That was the advice the great Jim Brown gave to Reggie Williams as they prepared for a meeting with…

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The Maker Versus the Takers: What Jesus Really Said About Social Justice and Economics

Publication Date: 09/01/2020

A close reading of the Gospels, taking history and archeology into account, demolishes the myth of a socialist Jesus. Theologians virtually ignore the economic commentary in the Bible. In the few cases where it gets any attention, economic commentary in the Gospels and other New Testament writings tend to lapse…

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The Spider: Stefan A. Halper and the Dark Web of a Coup

Publication Date: 08/25/2020

A Cambridge historian’s eyewitness account of rogue spy, Stefan A. Halper, and his formative role in America’s first presidential coup. There was a spy, an evil spider at work within and around the Trump presidential campaign. This spy earned a huge payday from a contract signed by James Baker of…

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Rating America’s Presidents: An America-First Look at Who Is Best, Who Is Overrated, and Who Was An Absolute Disaster

Publication Date: 08/25/2020

Which presidents were the best for America…and which were the worst? Most historians of the American presidency—walking in lockstep with today’s hard-Left academic establishment—favor presidents who were big-government statists and globalists. They dislike presidents who lowered taxes, protected American workers, and avoided getting the United States entangled in foreign conflicts…

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Jackie: Her Transformation from First Lady to Jackie O

Publication Date: 08/25/2020

Everyone knows that Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis was married to two of the twentieth century’s most powerful men: John F. Kennedy and Aristotle Onassis. Lesser known are the five incredible years between those marriages, when she was on her own. Jackie tells that story—the story of a woman who was globally…

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Finding My Place: Making My Parents’ American Dream Come True

Publication Date: 08/18/2020

Think you know Elizabeth Pipko? Guess again. She’s been described by many as a rising star in the Conservative movement, but how did she get here? And more importantly, did she ever plan to? In Finding My Place, Elizabeth takes us back to the beginning. As the daughter of immigrants…

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The Blood and the Sweat: The Story of Sick of It All’s Koller Brothers

Publication Date: 08/04/2020

Foreword by Chris Carrabba When it comes to New York City hardcore, its community proudly boasts Lou and Pete Koller—brothers who have dominated the scene worldwide since 1986 with the aurally devastating Sick of It All as their vehicle. For Flushing, Queens natives Lou and Pete Koller, hardcore has become…

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Battle Tested!: Gettysburg Leadership Lessons for 21st Century Leaders

Publication Date: 08/04/2020

You may never visit the Gettysburg battlefield, but understanding historic lessons from Battle Tested! will have a profound influence on not only your leadership abilities, but also your life, organizations, and career. In order to be a truly effective leader, it is necessary to learn as much as possible from…

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