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The Real Anthony Fauci: Bill Gates, Big Pharma, and the Global War

The Real Anthony Fauci Bill Gates, Big Pharma, and the Global War

I wrote this book to help Americans—and citizens across the globe—understand the historical underpinnings of the bewildering cataclysm that began in 2020. In that single annus horribilis, liberal democracy effectively collapsed worldwide. The very governmental health regulators, social media eminences, and media companies that idealistic populations relied upon as champions of freedom, health, democracy, civil Read more

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Harlem Shuffle: A Novel by Colson Whitehea

Harlem Shuffle A Novel by Colson Whitehea

His cousin Freddie brought him on the heist one hot night in early June. Ray Carney was having one of his run-around days—uptown, downtown, zipping across the city. Keeping the machine humming. First up was Radio Row, to unload the final three consoles, two RCAs and a Magnavox, and pick up the TV he left. Read more

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Crossroads: A Novel by Jonathan Franzen

Crossroads A Novel

The sky broken by the bare oaks and elms of New Prospect was full of moist promise, a pair of frontal systems grayly colluding to deliver a white Christmas, when Russ Hildebrandt made his morning rounds among the homes of bedridden and senile parishioners in his Plymouth Fury wagon. A certain person, Mrs. Frances Cottrell, Read more

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At First Light (Dr. Evan Wilding)

At First Light (Dr. Evan Wilding)

THE VIKING POET Listen! I am the wolf who walks your nights. The horror who haunts your days. Hear me—I am the soldier who slays the sinners. Come, sinner, you who violate the Law. Walk with me. Am I not fair company? We will spend tonight together. And if you cannot answer my riddle, then Read more

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From Blood and Ash: Blood and Ash, Book 1

From Blood and Ash Blood and Ash, Book 1

Laura Kaye and I were standing in the Cincinnati airport in 2016 when I told her about From Blood and Ash. She was the first person who said, I need you to write this right now. I didn’t. It was a high fantasy, something I’d never written before, and I kept telling myself that I Read more

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Cain’s Jawbone

Cains Jawbone

I plunged for the last time. The few remaining figures and letters swam as they came up to me. Then I took them in. There were no more. I glanced about me. I felt I was getting my money’s worth. London is like that ; it accepts the wanderer home with a sort of warm Read more

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The 1619 Project: A New Origin Story

The 1619 Project: A New Origin Story

This book uses a variety of terms to describe aspects of the era of slavery. In almost every case, the editors have avoided the word “slave” to describe persons held in bondage; the alternate term “enslaved person” accurately conveys the condition without stripping the individual of his or her humanity. In some instances where it Read more

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All American Christmas

All American Christmas

Rachel: For Christians around the world, Christmas is one of the most important religious holidays of the liturgical year. That’s a pretty obvious statement, but in our secular culture it’s easy to forget that Jesus is the reason for the season. While devout Christians struggle to keep the spiritual meaning of Christmas alive and central Read more

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The Judge’s List: A Novel by John Grisham

The Judges List A Novel by John Grisham

The call came through the office landline, through a system that was at least twenty years old and had fought off all technological advances. It was taken by a tattooed receptionist named Felicity, a new girl who would be gone before she fully understood the phones. They were all leaving, it seemed, especially the clerical Read more

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The Last Rose of Shanghai: A Novel

The Last Rose of Shanghai A Novel

I’m sixty years old, an entrepreneur, a philanthropist, and a troubled woman. I’ve dressed carefully for the meeting today, wearing a black cashmere cardigan, an embroidered yellow blouse, black pants, and a custom-made shoe. I hope, with all my heart, that I look refined and humble, just as an easygoing billionaire ought to appear. I Read more

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