Nonfiction

The Final Fight for Freedom: How to Save Our Country from Chaos and War

Publication Date: 12/21/2021

How to win the final fight for freedom against internal chaos and the coming war. Truth is being destroyed, free speech criminalized, the dollar fast becoming worthless. Ideologues at the helm of Big Tech, Big Media, and Big Business are set on the destruction of capitalism and democracy. Powerful federal…

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No Domain: The John McAfee Tapes

Publication Date: 12/21/2021

An exhilarating and uncensored account of the maverick tech titan’s wild life, a breakneck journey from Silicon Valley to prison in Barcelona. Delete everything you think you know about tech pioneer John McAfee, whose antivirus software operates on millions of computers around the world. Uninstall any impressions you have of…

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Just Tyrus: A Memoir

Publication Date: 12/14/2021

Pro wrestler and political commentator Tyrus goes deep into his wild but triumphant life story, from his painfully dysfunctional upbringing to bodyguarding for Snoop Dogg, to becoming a wrestling icon and one of the most provocative on-air voices today. The product of a 1970s mixed marriage, George Murdoch learned to…

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The Fifth Horseman and the New MAD: How Massive Attacks of Disruption Became the Looming Existential Danger to a Divided Nation and the World at Large

Publication Date: 12/14/2021

The new MAD, Massive Attacks of Disruption—and not China or Russia—are the most immediate and greatest dangers to the nation. But no one has recognized and thus acted to contain and prevent these potentially existential threats that, if left unchecked, will bring ruin to America and much of the planet.…

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Fighting for My Life: A Memoir about a Mother’s Loss and Grief

Publication Date: 12/14/2021

Mia St. John, a determined and focused five-time world champion boxer, valiantly fought a string of adversaries outside the ring while desperately trying to keep her family together. And just when you think she can’t take another punch to the gut, she’s handed her final blow. Mia St. John has…

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Miami Dynasty: How Father and Son Shaped the Magic City

Publication Date: 12/14/2021

A father and son team up to govern the world’s newest global city. Miami is an urban matrix with a population that is richly diverse in occupation, living style, and culture. But one variable that is common to many of Miami’s residents is that 80 percent of them were not…

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A Changed Mind: How to Go Beyond Self Awareness, Rewire Your Brain & Become Extraordinary

Publication Date: 12/14/2021

The story of one man’s journey to go beyond self awareness and the science of how to actually change your mind. You know your beliefs are holding you back. But you probably don’t know how to actually change them. What if I told you that you could go beyond personal…

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Taking Roots at Home: 3 in 1 Recipes for a Simpler and More Purposeful Life

Publication Date: 12/07/2021

Follow these simple steps to create a more sustainable and purposeful life. Taking Roots eliminates the stress and guesswork of sustainable living. Simple and fun, these tips and techniques will allow you to feel confident in taking strides toward a more mindful, back-to-basics way of life. If you have been…

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The Great Gatsby Cookbook: Five Fabulous Roaring ’20s Parties

Publication Date: 12/07/2021

Are You Ready to Dine and Party Like it’s the 1920s? Step into the Jazz Age world of The Great Gatsby. Integrated with today’s food variety and culinary creativity—and updated by award-winning chef Ron Oliver—this easy, entertaining cookbook gives you everything you need to put on the perfect 1920s theme event…

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True Identity: Cracking the Oldest Kidnapping Cold Case and Finding My Missing Twin

Publication Date: 12/07/2021

A man desperate to know his true identity struggles to solve the infamous kidnapping that nearly destroyed his family—and find his twin sister, who has been missing for more than fifty years. When he was ten years old, Paul Fronczak was snooping around for Christmas presents in a crawl space…

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