The Human Factor by Archie Brown

The Human Factor by Archie BrownEnter for a chance to win one of 20 copies of "The Human Factor: Gorbachev, Reagan, and Thatcher, and the End of the Cold War" by leading authority Archie Brown!

This penetrating analysis of the role of political leadership in ending the Cold War shows why the popular view that Western economic and military strength left the Soviet Union with no alternative but to admit defeat is wrong. Archie Brown offers a compelling alternative interpretation, one that hinges on the relationships between the world's three most powerful leaders.

Resolutions by Jen Knox

Resolutions by Jen KnoxResolutions is a multi-perspective family drama. Molly May is barely a teenager, but she is adept at navigating extremes. Between her self-help addicted and often-intolerant mother, rebellious and idealistic sister, and two younger brothers--Joey, who seems destined for stardom, and Myron, who seems destined for prison--she has her work cut out for her. Meanwhile, Jasmine, a mother of four, is just trying to find some semblance of freedom. She dreams of finding relief from recurring energy 'shifts' that she attributes to a curse. It isn't until her oldest, Allie, is brutally attacked, and everyone is reunited, that her energy shifts for good. Resolutions is an exploration of freedom and perspective through a coming-of-age lens.

Code Name Hélène by Ariel Lawhon

Code Name Hélène by Ariel Lawhon"Ariel Lawhon delivers in Code Name Hélène. This fully animated portrait of Nancy Wake… will fascinate readers of World War II history and thrill fans of fierce, brash, independent women, alike. A stark exploration of the remarkable difference one person, willing to rise in the face of fear, can make.”
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Dear Enemy by Kristen Callihan

Dear Enemy by Kristen CallihanFrom New York Times bestselling author Kristen Callihan comes a smart, emotional contemporary romance about finding love with the most unlikely of people.

As kids, they hated each other. Macon Saint was beautiful, but despite his name, Delilah knew he was the devil. That he dated her slightly evil sister, Samantha, was no picnic either. When they broke up, it was a dream come true: Delilah never had to see him again.

Ten years later, her old enemy sends a text.

Delilah’s sister has stolen a valuable heirloom from Macon, now a rising Hollywood star, and he intends to collect his due. One problem: Sam has skipped town.

Sparks still sizzle between Macon and Delilah, only this heat feels alarmingly like unwanted attraction. But Delilah is desperate to keep her weak-hearted mother from learning of her sister’s theft. So she proposes a deal: she’ll pay off the debt by being Macon’s personal chef and assistant.

It’s a recipe for disaster, but Macon can’t stop himself from accepting. Even though Delilah clearly hates him, there’s something about her that feels like home. Besides, they’re no longer kids, and what once was a bitter rivalry has the potential to be something sweeter. Something like forever.

By Way of Sorrow by Robyn Gigl

By Way of Sorrow by Robyn GiglEnter for your chance to win a copy of BY WAY OF SORROW by Robyn Gigl!

In a fresh and riveting thriller debut, Robyn Gigl introduces Erin McCabe, a New Jersey criminal defense attorney doing her best to live a quiet life in the wake of profound personal change—until a newsworthy case puts both her career and safety in jeopardy . . .

Erin McCabe has been referred the biggest case of her career. Four months ago, William E. Townsend, Jr., son of a New Jersey State Senator, was found fatally stabbed in a rundown motel near Atlantic City. Sharise Barnes, a nineteen-year-old transgender prostitute, is in custody, and given the evidence against her, there seems little doubt of a guilty verdict.

Erin knows that defending Sharise will blow her own private life wide open, and doubtless deepen her estrangement from her family. Yet as a trans woman, she feels uniquely qualified to help Sharise, and duty-bound to protect her from the possibility of a death sentence.

Sharise claims she killed the senator’s son in self-defense. As Erin assembles the case with her partner, former FBI agent Duane Swisher, the circumstances hint at a more complex and chilling story with ties to other brutal murders. Senator Townsend is using the full force of his prestige and connections to publicly discredit everyone involved in defending Sharise. Behind the scenes, his tactics are even more dangerous. His son had secrets that could destroy the senator’s political aspirations—secrets worth killing for.

The Future Leader by Jacob Morgan

The Future Leader by Jacob MorganBased on exclusive interviews with 140 of the world's top CEOs from companies like Audi, Ritz Carlton, MasterCard, Oracle, Kaiser, Verizon, SAP, Best Buy, and over a hundred others.

Enter to win one of the first copies of, The Future Leader, The book outlines the specific skills and mindsets that future leaders need to possess to be successful and how to go about mastering them.

What if you could sit down with the people who actually lead some of the best companies in the world, and ask them what really makes a great leader? What if you could tap the wisdom born of experience? Well, with this book you can! Whether you're a current leader or someone looking to grow into a leadership position this book will be a valuable resource for you.

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Seeing Jesus from the East by Ravi Zacharias

Seeing Jesus from the East by Ravi ZachariasEnter for a chance to win 1 of 25 advanced reader copies of Seeing Jesus From the East: A Fresh Look at History's Most Influential Figure by Ravi Zacharias and Abdu Murray.

Encounter Jesus Like Never Before through Eastern Eyes

In Seeing Jesus from the East, Ravi Zacharias and Abdu Murray show us why a broader view of Jesus is needed - one that recognizes the uniquely Eastern ways of thinking and communicating found in the pages of the Bible. Zacharias and Murray capture a revitalized gospel message, presenting it through this Eastern lens and revealing its power afresh to Western hearts and minds.

Incorporating story, vivid imagery, and the concepts of honor and shame, sacrifice, and rewards, Seeing Jesus from the East calls believers and skeptics, both Eastern and Western, to a fresh encounter with the living and boundless Jesus.