Nonfiction

In Sickness: A Memoir

Publication Date: 11/15/2022

A medical emergency forces a brilliant Harvard oncologist to reveal that she has been hiding her advanced breast cancer for a decade. Her husband—also an oncologist—must set aside his anger and feelings of betrayal so that he can care for her during her final year of life. When Jane, a…

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The Long Haul: Solving the Puzzle of the Pandemic’s Long Haulers and How They Are Changing Healthcare Forever

Publication Date: 11/15/2022

As the global Covid-19 pandemic leaves millions with long-term disabling conditions, the survivors fight for recognition and research, which could ultimately help transform care for many overlooked diseases. To the world’s public health authorities, Covid-19 would either be a deadly disease for some, or it would be a simple respiratory…

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R is for Revenge Dress: A Princess Diana–Inspired Alphabet Book for Grown-Ups

Publication Date: 11/15/2022

R is for Revenge Dress explores the celebrated life of Princess Diana through the alphabet. “A-mazing to ‘C’ the younger generation B-eing so interested in the legacy of HRH.” —Andrew Morton, Author of Diana: Her True Story Though “R” is for Revenge Dress, this book is rather sweet—about a cheeky…

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Fighting for Justice: The Improbable Journey to Exposing Cover-Ups about the JFK Assassination and the Deaths of Marilyn Monroe and Dorothy Kilgallen

Publication Date: 11/15/2022

Packed with shocking new evidence, Fighting for Justice exposes the cover-ups of the JFK assassination and the murders of Dorothy Kilgallen and Marilyn Monroe, while revealing for the first time the corrupt inner workings of the Warren Commission based on the firsthand “whistleblower” account of an actual Commission member never quoted before.…

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My Maril: Marilyn Monroe, Ronald Reagan, Hollywood, and Me

Publication Date: 11/01/2022

Terry Karger is the one living person who intimately knew Marilyn Monroe and Ronald Reagan. “Looks will get you far, but not as far as a good education.” —Marilyn Monroe to Terry Karger Terry Karger was a child of Hollywood: the daughter of Columbia Pictures’ vocal coach, composer, and musical…

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Jews And Booze: Alcoholism, Addiction, and Denial in the Jewish World

Publication Date: 11/01/2022

We Jews wrongly believe we’re immune to alcoholism and addiction—instead, individuals, families, and communities are suffering because of the stigmas surrounding addiction and recovery in the Jewish world. “Shikkur is a goy.” This Yiddish phrase means “Only Gentiles can be alcoholics,” but it’s not true. Jews suffer from alcoholism and…

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The Most Dangerous President in History

Publication Date: 10/25/2022

President Biden is the most dangerous president in American history. Many Americans may still think of Joe Biden as an average guy who supports the working class. But in reality, he has carried out a destructive agenda against the American family, American energy, and our entire system of freedom. He…

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The Envoy: Mastering the Art of Diplomacy with Trump and the World

Publication Date: 10/25/2022

This is a behind-the-scenes look at Trump, his cabinet, and an international diplomacy you’ve never seen before—written by someone with no scores to settle, no hidden agenda, no check to cash, and no fucks to give. If you’ve heard of Gordon Sondland, it’s likely for one of the following two…

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Vignettes & Vino: Dinner Table Stories from the Trump White House with Recipes & Cocktail Pairings

Publication Date: 10/25/2022

These are true, human, lighthearted, and significant moments from the most high-stakes environment on Earth, the White House—written by two people who found love at the intersection of politics, a global pandemic, civil strife, an unexpected Supreme Court confirmation, and a heated presidential election—presented with comfort food recipes and cocktail…

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

Publication Date: 10/18/2022

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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