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Captain Blood, Rafael Sabatini, 1999, 978-0-89526-379-7, Paperback, $12.95

The young physician Peter Blood, wrongly convicted of treason during the reign of King James II, is exiled from England and sold into slavery in Jamaica. He escapes and becomes a pirate. Later he returns to England joining the Royal Navy in its efforts against France.

Castle Bravo, Karna Small Bodman, 2012, 978-0938467458, , $19.15

Indie Book Award Finalist Best Multicultural Fiction Paris Book Festival Honorable Mention Best Fiction White House Director of Homeland Security, Samantha Reid, receives intelligence about a possible new threat to the country’s national security. While she and her staff are inundated with potential issues on a daily basis, this new one is staggering. What if… | read more »

Chappaquiddick: Power, Privilege, and the Ted Kennedy Cover-Up, Leo Damore, 2018, 978-1621578185, Paperback, $16.99

A young woman leaves a party with a wealthy U.S. senator. The next morning her body is discovered in his car at the bottom of a pond. This is the damning true story of the death of campaign strategist Mary Jo Kopechne at Chappaquiddick and of the senator—37-year-old Senator Ted Kennedy—who left her trapped underwater… | read more »

Checkmate, Karna Small Bodman, 2018, 1621577805, Paperback, $16.99

The new, revised story of Checkmate, is the first in The White House National Security Series, and features young scientist, Dr. Cameron Talbot who invents a breakthrough technology to defend against cruise missiles. She needs support from skeptical company officers, funding from a reluctant Congress, and help from Lt. Col. Hunt Daniels, detailed to The White… | read more »

Cheney One on One, James Rosen, 2015, 9781621574620, Hardcover, $27.99

In December 2014, a few months before his seventy-fourth birthday, former Vice President Dick Cheney invited Fox News reporter James Rosen into his northern Virginia home. Over three days, Rosen recorded ten hours of conversations with the man known as the “Darth Vader” of American politics. A small fraction of the interview was adapted into… | read more »

Chosen for Greatness, Paul Batura, 2016, 9781621575856, Hardcover, $27.99

The history of adoption is the history of the world itself. Children taken in by new families have grown up to dramatically reshape the world in ways most of us do not fully appreciate. Chosen for Greatness profiles 25 well-known adoptees who were given the opportunity to change history for the better when they were… | read more »

Christmas in America, Callista Gingrich, Susan Arciero, 2015, 978-1-62157-345-6, Hardcover, $

Ellis the Elephant is back! In Christmas in America, the fifth in Callista Gingrich’s New York Times bestselling series, Ellis discovers the meaning of Christmas and learns how this special holiday has been celebrated throughout American history. In preceding books, including Sweet Land of Liberty, Land of the Pilgrims’ Pride, Yankee Doodle Dandy, and From… | read more »

Churches on the Wrong Road, Rev. Stanley Atkins, Rev. Theodore McConnell, 1970, 0-89526-806-X, Paperback, $

Should any branch of the church take official positions injecting it into secular controversies on issues which it is possible, indeed reasonable and likely, for individuals to hold differing opinions in good conscience? This written symposium composed of well know and distinguished scholars, Christian authors, and churchmen think not, and state their arguments both convincingly… | read more »

Churchill: The Prophetic Statesman, James Humes, 2012, 978-1-59698-775-3, Hardcover, $27.95

Winston Churchill was known as a great leader and a fearless prime minister. But a fortune teller? Churchill: The Prophetic Statesman reveals the astonishingly accurate predictions of the famed British Prime Minister Winston Churchill and how his critics perceived them throughout his political career.

Civil War Commando: William Cushing’s Daring Raid to Sink the Invincible Ironclad C.S.S. Albemarle, Jerome Preisler, 2018, 9781621576792, Hardcover, $29.99

“I…recommend that Lieutenant William B. Cushing, US Navy, receive a vote of thanks from Congress for his important, gallant and perilous achievement in destroying the rebel ironclad steamer Albemarle. –Abraham Lincoln to Congress, December 18, 1864 Civil War Commando is the incredible tale of two giants on a historic collision course: Will Cushing, the United States Navy’s… | read more »

Clarence Thomas, Clarence Thomas, 1970, 978-0-89526-734-9, Paperback, $$7.95

Clarence Thomas endured the most grueling and difficult Senate confirmation in history. His eloquence and courage electrified Americans from all backgrounds. Even powerful senators were reluctant to challenge him. Justice Thomas made statements during the hearings that brought together most unholy political alliance this country has witnessed in years: Southern conservatives, poor blacks, the American… | read more »

Cleaning House, James K. Coyne, John H. Fund, 1970, 978-0-89526-516-8, Hardcover, $$21.95

Using an engaging and witty style that is far removed from civics textbooks, Cleaning House convincingly sets out the case for term limits and how Americans can get involved in making them a reality. The authors, a former congressman and noted journalist, have observed congress up close for years. Using their own experience and research,… | read more »

Cleveland, John Pafford, 2015, 978-1-62157-408-8, Paperback, $18.99

No American president exceeded Grover Cleveland’s devotion to principle and political courage. Yet today, Cleveland is remembered, if at all, simply as a historical curiosity—the only president to have served non-consecutive terms. In this illuminating biography, John M. Pafford reveals one of the most compelling characters ever to have occupied the White House, a leader… | read more »

Clinton Cash: A Graphic Novel, Brett R Smith, Chuck Dixon, 2016, 978-1-62157-545-0, Hardcover, $19.99

Based on the New York Times bestseller! Peter Schweizer presents a graphic novel adaptation of Clinton Cash, the breathtaking expose of Bill and Hillary Clinton’s money trail. From their personal fortune to their “close personal friends” to the shady Clinton Foundation, this is the story of the most corrupt presidential candidate ever.

Code Blue, Edward R. Annis, 1970, 978-89526-515-X, Hardcover, $$21.95

Code Blue shows how the politically biased news media have skewed statistics to convince the public that Americans pay a higher price for inferior health care then other Western nations. In fact, Dr. Annis shows that Americans enjoy the best medical care the world has ever know and that socialist systems control costs by denying… | read more »

Coffin Corner Boys, Carole Engle Avriett, 2018, 978-1621576266, Hardcover, $28.99

As a young band of brothers flies over German-occupied France, they come under heavy fire. Their B-17 is shot down and the airmen―stumbling through fields and villages―scatter across Europe. Some struggled to flee for safety. Others were captured immediately and imprisoned. Now, for the first time, their incredible story of grit, survival, and reunion is… | read more »

Con Job, Crystal Wright, 2016, 978-1-62157-429-3, Hardcover, $27.99

Democrats have pulled a big con job on blacks in America. Black voters have overwhelmingly supported the Democratic Party for the last fifty years. Where has that support gotten the black community? Democrats have let black incarceration rates rise and marriage rates drop. They’ve let entire neighborhoods become dependent on welfare, and they’ve let education… | read more »

Conduct Unbecoming, Buzz Patterson, 1970, 978-59698-621-3, Hardcover, $27.95

Conduct Unbecoming reveals how Obama’s disregard for our military and a strong foreign policy is exposing us to unprecedented risks in the 21st century.

Confession: How I Helped O.J. Get Away with Murder, Mike Gilbert, 2015, 978-1-62157-412-5, Hardcover, Paperback, $16.99

You don’t know the whole truth about O.J. Simpson and the murders that gripped a nation. But Mike Gilbert does, and in Confession: How I Helped O.J. Get Away With Murder, Gilbert reveals all. He opens up about O.J. Simpson’s late-night confession, the real motive for the murders, and the shocking reason why O.J.’s hand… | read more »

Confessions of a White House Ghostwriter, James Humes, 1970, 0-89526-433-1, Hardcover, $23.50

In this frank and witty memoir, Humes, the speechwriter for five presidents, reveals how vital political decisions and great political speeches were made.

Congress and the American Tradition, James Burnham, 1970, 978-0-89526-717-7, Paperback, $12.95

The central place of Congress in the American political tradition, the decline of its power and prestige during the present century, and the possibilities of restoring its influence constitute the themes of this brilliant book.

Contemporary Schools of Metascience, Gerard Radnitzky, 1970, , Paperback, $$5.95

Gerard Radnitzky develops a new perspective on the analysis of the growth of knowledge through metascientific methods. focusing on the two main contrasting contemporary schools–the Logical Empiricism of Anglo-Saxon philosophy and the Hermeneutic-Dialectic approach for relating the disciplines concerned with the study of man. He rejects the value-free stance borrowed from the natural sciences and… | read more »

Control Freaks, Terry Jeffrey, 1970, 978-1-59698-597-1, Hardcover, $27.95

Provocative and compelling, Control Freaks sounds the alarm that Barack Obama and the liberal establishment are stealing our liberties–and shows why we need to wake up and do something about it while they can still be stopped.

Coolidge, Robert Sobel, 2015, 978-1-62157-407-1, Paperback, $19.99

When Ronald Reagan moved into the White House, he ordered Calvin Coolidge’s portrait to be moved next to Lincoln’s and Jefferson’s in a place of high honor. Most Americans today have forgotten Coolidge’s legacy; but Reagan knew well that Coolidge’s programs in the 1920s presaged the conservative movement toward smaller government and reduced taxes. Historian… | read more »

Cops Under Fire, Larry McShane, 1970, 0-89526-357-2, Hardcover, $24.95

Veteran reporter Larry McShane gives the firsthand accounts of dozens of cases where the lives of officers doing their duty were changed forever.

Cosmos and Creator, Stanley L. Jaki, 1970, 0-89526-882-5, Paperback, $$8.95

Modern science has succeeded in showing that billions of years ago the physical universe was a relatively small though extremely specific entity whose subsequent evolution had to follow a most particular course. Such is a far cray from a “nebulous” or undifferentiated cosmic origin, a notion very dear to materialists, old and new. The startling… | read more »

Countdown to Terror, Curt Weldon, 1970, 0-89526-005-0, Hardcover, $27.95

Congressman Curt Weldon exposes a deeply dysfunctional culture and perverse political agendas in American intelligence that are endangering American security.

Country Faith Christmas, Deborah Evans Price, 2015, 978-1-62157-452-1, Hardcover, $18.99

Light a fire, pour a steaming cup of hot chocolate, and curl up with Country Faith Christmas—the holiday follow-up to Country Faith! Here you’ll find 37 of America’s favorite country music stars sharing their Christmas memories, personal recipes, family traditions and favorite Christmas carols in this beautiful, colorful ode to the season. From Hunter Hayes, Florida… | read more »

Courting Disaster, Marc Thiessen, 2010, 978-1-59698-603-9, Hardcover, $29.95

Courting Disaster shows how America’s dedi ¬cated intelligence professionals went head-to-head with the world’s most dangerous terrorists, and won–only to have Barack Obama expose Amer ¬ica’s secrets to the enemy, endorse smears against our intelligence officers, and put them at risk of prosecution for defending our country.

Creation and Discovery, Eliseo Vivas, 1970, , Paperback, $$4.95

These essays on criticism and aesthetics are not only lucid and serious introduction to the field, but are also intended for those well acquainted with it, and are equally relevant to both literature and philosophy. Included in this volume are brilliant analyses and critiques of works of such writers as Dostoevsky, Kafka, Dreiser and James,… | read more »

Crimes Against Liberty, David Limbaugh, 2010, 978-1-59698-624-4, Hardcover, $29.95

Skillfully unraveling the tangled web of Obama’s broken promises and blatant fabrications, bestselling author David Limbaugh constructs an air-tight indictment of Obama, charging him with ambitiously unraveling the Constitution and ultimately stripping of us our God-given freedoms.

Cross-Cultural Adoption, Amy Coughlin, Caryn Abramowtiz, 1970, 0-89526-092-1, Hardcover, $18.95

A unique guidebook that includes a Q&A section, an eye-opening list of Dos and Don’ts for well-meaning adult relations and friends, and informative overviews of the top ten countries from which American parents adopt.

Crucified Again, Raymond Ibrahim, 2013, 978-1-62157-025-7, Hardcover, $27.95

Two thousand years after St. Stephen, the first Christian martyr, was stoned to death for his faith, Christians are once again being systematically persecuted on a large scale and with lethal cruelty. Their antagonists? Adherents of radical Islam. The violent persecution of Christians by Muslims is now a global human rights crisis, but it has… | read more »

Culture of Corruption, Michelle Malkin, 1970, 978-1-59698-109-6, Hardcover, Paperback, $27.95

In her devastating exposé, Culture of Corruption, bestselling author and investigative reporter Michelle Malkin cites example after example of Team Obama’s corrupt dealings and abuses of power. Malkin shows how Obama has hand-picked a team that will do his dirty work for him and exposes dozens of corrupt dealings–all of which the liberal media would rather keep hidden.

Curtis LeMay, Warren Kozak, 2014, 978-1-62157-299-2, Hardcover, Paperback, $

Military biographer Warren Kozak traces the trajectory of America’s most innovative–and vilified–military commander. Giving an unprecedented glimpse into his controversial might and mind, Kozak shows why today, more than ever, America needs another man like Curtis LeMay.