History, Politics & Current Affairs

Laurel Holliday

Children of the Dream (Pocket Books, 1999).

Children of the Promise (Pocket Books, 1998).

Children of the Troubles: On the Brink of Peace in Northern Ireland (1997).

Children in the Holocaust and World War II: Their Secret Diaries (Pocket Books/Simon & Schuster, 1995) was honored with awards including the School Library Journal’s award of “Best Adult Fiction for Young Adults,” as well as VOYA award for outstanding non-fiction. It has been translated into Japanese, Dutch, German, and Polish.

Karen Lindsey

Divorced, Beheaded, Survived: The Six Wives of Henry VIII (Addison Wesley-Perseus) history – written from a contemporary woman’s point of view. A classic.

Dick Russell

Jesse Ventura with Dick Russell, award-winning environmentalist, journalist, and political analyst.

Black Genius: An American Perspective (Carroll & Graf, 1998) with introduction by Alvain Poussaint. (New edition, Skyhorse, 2009).
Re-released by Skyhorse.

The Man Who Knew Too Much (Carroll & Graf, 1992; revised, 2003).
Described by The Washington Post as “The Magus of assassination literature.” A classic.

On the Trail of the Assassins reveals new information about the Kennedy conspiracy, including never before seen government files.
(Skyhorse, 2008).

With Jesse Ventura:

Don’t Start the Revolution Without Me by former governor Jesse Ventura (Skyhorse, 2008).

American Conspiracies: Lies, Lies, and More Dirty Lies that the Government Tells Us (Skyhorse, 2010). *A New York Times Bestseller.

63 Documents The Government Doesn’t Want You to Read (Skyhorse, 2011).

Demo-crips and Re-blood-licans: No More Gangs in Government (Skyhorse, 2013)

They Killed our President:63 Reasons to Believe there was a Conspiracy to Assassinate JFK (Skyhhorse, 2014)