The fiercest urban battle in recent history, to retake the city of Mosul from ISIS, lasted nine months. Thousands were killed, millions displaced. How to help in such a massive and desperate situation? This is the story of how one small organization from Burma answered that question: go. Give up your own way, help the people, share love.
A deeply revealing memoir of big wins and hard lessons from a seasoned executive caught smack in the middle of the trillion-dollar soft power struggle pitting China against Hollywood, the NBA, and American business.
On April 13, 2004, Melissa Stockwell lost her leg to an IED during a routine patrol in Iraq, making her the first female soldier to lose a limb in the Iraq War. This was just the beginning of her inspiring story of perseverance and triumph.
In a thorough revision and update of DeMint’s 2009 book Saving Freedom, Saving America from Socialism shows how far down the treacherous road to socialism we’ve come in a decade and what we, as a people, must do to stop the destruction of the last bastion of freedom in the world.
Hailed as the “beauty guru” by his celebrity and international patients, Dr. Paul Jarrod Frank shares the path his devoted followers of all ages can follow to navigate the latest technologies and lifestyle choices in the beauty and wellness industry, transforming the way they look and feel—from the outside in and the inside out.
The remarkable and inspiring story of a Columbia undergrad from a poor Jewish family who, after losing his eyesight to disease during his junior year, finds the power to break through the darkness and fulfill his vision for a life of great professional success and distinguished public service.
A CIA officer’s inside account of how Libya’s descent into rampant violence precipitated the harrowing overland evacuation of the entire U.S. Mission from Tripoli after being trapped in the city for weeks.
A behind-the-scenes look into the life and groundbreaking entertainment career of Tom Dreesen.
“Excellent material, superb delivery, impeccable timing…[he] is the quintessential comedian.”
—Larry Wilde, author of The Great Comedians
Finally, a self-help book for the millennial party girl who hates bullshit advice from “experts” who know nothing about the trauma of drinking and sex, the acute pressure of keeping up with the rest of the Adderall poppin' world, and the insecurity that comes along with feeling like you have to be thin and gorgeous and sparkly in order to be seen.
A very funny English Bull Terrier with a politically incorrect sense of humor and a heart of gold tells the story of his rise to fame on both his master’s TV talk show and social media, and the price he pays for that fame.
Trump and Churchill both fought valiantly to protect Western Civilization, and while fighting different forms of tyranny, Trump could very well be to the twenty-first century what Churchill was to the twentieth.
As a seventeen-year-old volunteer firefighter, Brian Walsh suffered third-degree burns to his face. But he chose not to let that tragedy destroy him, and instead used it to create a magnificent life—both personally and professionally.
From a middle-school dropout and single-teen-mom-turned-educator, author, and pro-family advocate, comes a unique and candid memoir about a woman who was pregnant at sixteen and willingly chose to have her baby.
John Dietsch—fly fishing coordinator and stuntman for Brad Pitt on the timeless film A River Runs Through It—explores our connection to the outdoors through the prism of fly fishing and investigates its transformative and healing power in the face of loss.
A straightforward, modern, and comprehensive approach to our economy that encourages saving, investment, and innovation—leveraging capitalism’s benefits to improve opportunities for everyone rather than a select few.
An unprecedented, insider view into 9/11 and the inner workings of the political climate that emerged after the attacks, which continues to shape our future—politically and culturally— and how we as a country can bridge the Great Divide.
From “the now-former investment banking associate at Deutsche Bank who authored perhaps the most bracingly honest and no-f***s-given farewell email in the history of the form.” —Dealbreaker (https://dealbreaker.com/2018/02/investment-banking-associate-leaving-deutsche-bank-writes-master-class-email-on-how-to-leave-deutsche-bank)
When a nuclear war devastates the U.S., a four-day excursion quickly turns into a fight for survival in The Cave. Six Stanford students journey into one of the deepest and longest caves in North America. A day into their journey, a nuclear war begins from within the U.S. Unable to return to the surface, and unsure what they will find when they do, the Cave will test the strength and survival of each person differently - transforming six individuals into a team, and ultimately...a family.
Kate Brady, the daughter of a runaway father and alcoholic mother, is swept of her feet by Jewish bootlegger Ben Gold. Ben had told Kate he was in the insurance business, but she soon found she was living in a house of lies. In desperation she turns to Ben’s handsome accountant Bobby Keane and begins a steamy and dangerous love affair with him.
Set against the drama of Prohibition, the Roaring Twenties, and the Great Depression, Kate’s life and death struggle to escape from Ben and his hit man Sam Ginzberg races toward a stunning conclusion.