New NonFiction Titles

Death of the Nation by Dinesh D’Souza: Offers a bracing alternative vision of American history, one that explains the dark and problematic past of the Democratic Party. D’Souza radically reinterprets the roles of figures like Van Buren, Wilson, FDR and LBJ and exposes the hidden truth that racism today, as in the past, comes not from the conservative right but rather from Democrats and progressives on the left.

Short-Hair Detention by Channy Chhi Laux: In a moving narrative, Channy recounts the intimate details of her journey through four devastating years of the Cambodian genocide that killed more than two million of her people. She shares how she found friendship, learned to rely on her instincts, endured emotional pain, and found courage to look past her misery and persevere for the sake of her mother.

The Russian Hoax by Gregg Jarrett: Fox News analyst Gregg Jarrett reveals the story behind Hillary Clinton’s deep state collaborators and exposes their actions during and after the 2016 election. When this suspected effort failed, those same people appear to have pursued a contrived investigation of President Trump in an attempt to undo the election results and remove him as president.

Killing the Deep State by Jerome Corsi: Argues that there is a secret conspiracy between leftist extremists, the mainstream media, government holdovers from the previous administration, and shadowy forces within the U.S. intelligence community to destroy the Trump presidency, and explains what Trump must do to prevail.

Ragnor Lothbrock and a History of the Vikings by Noah Brown: Discover the truth behind Ragnor Lothbrok and the rich history of the Vikings.

Mini Charm Quilts: Choose projects from 18 celebrated Moda designers, including Lisa Bongean, Jo Morton, Pat Sloan, Jen Kingwell, and Laurie Simpson. Then let the mini-making begin! Projects include simple squares, pretty posies, a doll-quilt-and-pillow set, and a quilt inspired by an antique game board.

Dopesick by Beth Macy: Chronicles America’s more than twenty-year struggle with opioid addiction, from the introduction of OxyContin in 1996, through the spread of addiction in distressed communities in Central Appalachia, to the current national crisis.

The Poisoned City by Anna Clark: Recounts the gripping story of Flint’s poisoned water through the people who caused it, suffered from it, and exposed it. It is a chronicle of one town, but could also be about any American city, all made precarious by the neglect of infrastructure.

 

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