Nonfiction

The Child Catcher: A Fight for Justice and Truth

Publication Date: 09/24/2024

The Child Catcher is the true story of the fight to rescue the children confined to a violent and secretive institution in the rural South. Andrew Bridge’s bestselling memoir, Hope’s Boy, told the story of his survival after being taken from his mentally ill mother and left to foster care.…

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The White Privilege Album: Bringing Racial Harmony to Very Fine People…on Both Sides

Publication Date: 09/17/2024

White privilege gave us Western civilization, the middle class, and the nuclear family—you’re welcome! This book is dedicated to the very fine people that made it all happen. A comedy about race, wokeness, and cancel culture in America. A tragedy about race, wokeness, and cancel culture in America. Part satire, part…

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The Velvet Hammer: Judge Belvin Perry, Jr.’s Capital Murder Cases and Memoir

Publication Date: 09/10/2024

After retiring from twenty-five years on the bench, former chief judge, Belvin Perry Jr., reveals a rare and disturbingly vivid first-hand perspective of the most gruesome death penalty cases he played a key role, including the infamous Casey Marie Anthony, who was dubbed “America’s Most Hated Mom” after her shocking…

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Salinger’s Soul: His Personal and Religious Odyssey

Publication Date: 09/10/2024

A close-up look at how J.D. Salinger’s private  life influenced his famous stories. J.D. Salinger remains one of America’s  best known but least understood writers. His 1951 book, The Catcher in the Rye, lives on as one of the most iconic American novels of all time. Yet after his commercial…

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Against the Corporate Media: Forty-two Ways the Press Hates You

Publication Date: 09/10/2024

The citizens of Western democracies have been relentlessly propagandized, lied to, and fed a steady diet of distortions and untruths by their media for decades. Editor Michael Walsh brings together a stellar collection of critical thinkers and writers to explain how and why this is happening, its negative effects on…

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Too Good to Fact Check: Flying the skies with stars, scotch, and scandal (mostly mine)

Publication Date: 08/27/2024

A peek into the world of celebrity and how the journalists who cover them live even more outrageous lives. What happens when magazine editors behave worse than the celebrities they feature? Shock, comedy and farce, expertly chronicled in Jeremy Murphy’s Too Good to Fact Check, a firsthand account of his…

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The Zebra Code: A Step-By-Step Guide to Mastering Career Skills That Make You a Standout Professional

Publication Date: 08/06/2024

Achieve remarkable growth and fulfillment through The Zebra Code—a transformative roadmap of skills, lessons, and actionable wisdom designed to keep you on a path of constant career advancement. Your Guide to Extraordinary Career Growth Have you ever found yourself lost in the maze of professional growth? Have you ever felt…

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First the Patient: The Life and Times of David G. Nathan, MD

Publication Date: 08/06/2024

A fast-paced account of a giant of 20th century medicine, First the Patient details how David Nathan saved patients with his medical skill and rescued institutions with his visionary leadership. The miraculous triumphs of modern medicine—antibiotics, insulin, cancer cures, longer and better lives—are the fruits of its firm grounding in…

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Cocomania: How Coco Gauff Won the US Open and Became America’s Next Great Tennis Superstar

Publication Date: 08/06/2024

At the lowest point of her tennis career, Coco Gauff learned she didn’t need to be perfect to become a US Open champion. From the moment she picked up a tennis racquet, Coco Gauff was destined for greatness. Her parents believed so strongly in her future, they turned their lives…

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In the Wind: The Disappearance of Janice Starr

Publication Date: 07/30/2024

The true story of a trailblazing detective’s search for a beautiful college coed who vanished without a trace. In 1981, detective Kay Schucker was the lead investigator in the high-profile missing persons case of Old Dominion University student Janice Starr. The beautiful coed disappeared without a trace from ODU’s Norfolk,…

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