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Saving Sam

One of the world’s leading heart doctors tells the inside story of American heart disease that every medical professional and healthcare consumer must know. Read More…

Seeing the Extraordinary in the Ordinary

Inspirational stories about seeing the Divine in everyday life.
Seeing the Extraordinary in the Ordinary: Lessons in Hope and Healing is a compilation of personal stories from everyday moments in which the Divine enters and brings complete strangers together to help one another experience something greater than their individual selves. Read More…

Mysterious Midwest: Unwrapping Urban Legends and Ghostly Tales from the Dead

Are you ready to experience the resident spirits of Forepaugh’s Restaurant in St. Read More…

Peace for Our Planet: A New Approach

Peace for Our Planet: A New Approach tells the story of a new historical dialectic in the world between two parallel processes—construction and destruction. The author proposes that a constructive global collective consciousness emerged in the nineteenth century, and humanity has since progressed toward the achievement of a more just and peaceful world. Read More…

The Divine Curriculum: Vol. 1, Divine Design

How God’s plan is revealed in the world’s great religions.
Imagine an ancient, universal and Divinely-conceived plan that is binding together the world’s great religions, unfolding over time and guiding humanity toward an ultimate, meaningful purpose. Such a Divine plan exists. All creation is the classroom. Read More…

The Family That Couldn’t Sleep at Night

This book is a compilation of true crime stories by prize-winning author Bruce Rubenstein, including “The Milwaukee Avenue Massacre”, the Chicago Magazine article that resulted in the pardon of four men who were wrongfully convicted of murder.
“Danny’s Boat” is a chronicle of modern day piracy and murder involving a double-agent for the Mafia and the CIA. Read More…

Tragedy in South Lebanon: The Israeli-Hezbollah War of 2006

Cathy Sultan combines vital history and vivid personal interviews to relate the lives of the oft-ignored civilians of southern Lebanon and northern Israel during the July war of 2006 and its aftermath. She documents how thousands of area residents have been victimized by the hawkish, shortsighted policy decisions of Israel, Lebanon and the United States. Read More…