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Newsmax Rising Bestsellers – Week of Feb. 20, 2023

Newsmax Rising Bestsellers – Week of Feb. 20, 2023
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The fight against an increasingly “woke” society concerns two more authors, who see it as a creation of far-left progressives who are hard at work attempting to remake America into something unrecognizable. We also take an insider’s look into the plot that was waged by the national public health system to bring down a presidency, and review the extraordinary reign of a monarch whose time on the throne included parts of eight decades. This week’s fiction offering is Jonathan Kellerman’s latest Alex Delaware murder mystery.

Drawing Lines: Why Conservatives Must Begin to Battle Fiercely in the Arena of Ideas,” by Kira Davis (Fidelis Publishing)

The present system is not working. Our permissive society, marked by open borders, cashless bail, open drug use, and a revolving door justice system is making life more dangerous — not less. And progressives have no interest in compromise. “We’re not in an era of persuasion right now,” author Kira Davis told WMAL radio host Larry O’Conner. Davis notes that far-left progressives have taken over the Democratic Party, and “those people are ideologues.” Accordingly, “we didn’t choose the war, but the war is on our doorstep.” Davis’ message is clear: it’s time for conservatives to draw their lines in the sand and fiercely defend them, and she tells readers how to do exactly that-. (Nonfiction)

Justice for All: How the Left Is Wrong About Law Enforcement,” by Greg Kelly (Threshold Editions)

Newsmax TV anchor and WABC radio host Greg Kelly relied heavily on personal experience — his own as a lieutenant colonel in the Marine Corps Reserve and those of his father Ray Kelly, a celebrated police commissioner — to put together “Justice For All.” “I wrote this book, really, as a special project for my father,” he said in a promotional video. “My father served 50 years as a police official — a policeman, a police executive, longest serving police commissioner in New York City history. And something unbelievably ugly has been happening in this country for about 10 years — but we’ve seen it before.” And that is, of course, the left’s hatred for law enforcement of all stripes — from the local cop walking a beat on America’s mean streets, to the men and women attempting to protect our borders despite political resistance. “Justice For All” is both a celebration of the men and women who comprise the “thin blue line” separating civilized society from disorder, as well as a call to action to restore the dignity to which they’re entitled. “We’re being lied to, everybody,” Kelly continued. “We’re being lied to so that they can gain power — the left — and destroy America.” (Nonfiction)

Presidential Takedown: How Anthony Fauci, the CDC, NIH, and the WHO Conspired to Overthrow President Trump,” by Dr. Paul Elias Alexander and Kent Heckenlively (Skyhorse)

In January 2020, President Donald Trump’s re-election was a done deal, due to a brisk economy and a long string of “promises made, promises kept” unrivaled by any predecessor in recent memory. He managed to accomplish this despite repeated investigations and congressional gridlock. All that changed with COVID-19. Dr. Paul Elias Alexander, as an administration senior advisor for COVID-19 pandemic policy, had a front row seat as he witnessed Dr. Anthony Fauci and the country’s premier public health organizations conspire to deny Trump’s re-election by pushing for the worst response possible to the pandemic. That response included unnecessary lockdowns, school closures, mask mandates, and a refusal to consider therapeutics such as hydroxychloroquine, ivermectin, and vitamin D that were later found to be effective in certain instances. The authors use documents and emails to make their case to prove not only the presidential takedown, but also of the personal vendetta that was waged against Alexander himself by the CDC. (Nonfiction)

The Queen: Her Life,” by Andrew Morton (Grand Central Publishing)

Elizabeth Windsor’s dream of a quiet life in the country raising family and tending to her dogs and horses ended when her uncle, King Edward VIII, abdicated the throne, making her father King George VI and her the next in line. Whatever your thoughts of the British monarchy, there’s no question but that Queen Elizabeth II led an extraordinary life with a 70-year reign that spanned 15 British prime ministers and 14 U.S. presidents. New York Times bestselling biographer Andrew Morton, who previously wrote “Diana, Princess of Wales,” tells the fascinating story of the painfully shy woman who ascended to the British throne at the age of 25 upon her father’s death. She did her part during WWII, training and working as a driver and mechanic and was eventually given the rank of honorary junior commander (female equivalent of captain at the time) in the Auxiliary Territorial Service, the women’s branch of the British army. This is the story of the queen struggling to rebuild her country after WWII while keeping the monarchy intact and relevant in a modern society. (Nonfiction)

Unnatural History,” by Jonathan Kellerman (Ballantine Books)

In Jonathan Kellerman’s latest case, pairing psychologist Dr. Alex Delaware with Detective Milo Sturgis, the duo is faced with an example of altruism gone awry in Los Angeles — a city where the ultra-wealthy coexists alongside the super-needy. When a woman arrives at her employer’s residence ready to start a job as a personal assistant,  she finds the celebrated photographer slumped in bed, dead from a gunshot wound. Delaware and Sturgus aren’t confronted with a case lacking an obvious suspect. Instead, this is a case where there are too many, including the photographer’s latest subjects and his own family. But soon, other murders join this one to result in one of the deadliest threats the pair had ever encountered. (Fiction)

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The fight against an increasingly “woke” society concerns two more authors, who see it as a creation of far-left progressives who are hard at work attempting to remake America into something unrecognizable.
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