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By Pete Earley (foreword by)

Hardcover:

9781421420783 | Johns Hopkins Univ Pr, November 1, 2016, cover price $22.95

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CD/Spoken Word:

9781478912989 | Unabridged edition (Center st, October 11, 2016), cover price $35.00

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The greatest nightmare for the free world today would be a master terrorist hiding somewhere, controlling and coordinating radical Islamic groups at the highest level around the globe. In DUPLICITY, the newest thriller from former Speaker of the House and bestselling author Newt Gingrich, such an invisible hand overseeing havoc worldwide plays a major role. Gingrich has teamed with former Washington Post reporter and bestselling author Pete Earley to create a highly plausible mix of domestic and global action in this ripped-from-the-headlines thriller. And of course, it's set during an American presidential election. When President Sally Allworth decides to reestablish America's Mogadishu embassy in Somalia weeks before Election Day, her challenger says she is playing politics with American lives. That turns out to be true when the embassy is attacked and hostages are taken. Embassy station chief Gunter Conner and Marine captain Brooke Grant end up the unlikely survivors of this Benghazi-style attack. Suddenly, they are the only hope for saving their captured colleagues. The firestorm of drama is compelling, set off by the intersection of Washington power and politics, a fragile third-world Islamic country, and Somali Americans here at home. Only Newt Gingrich's unique in-depth knowledge of the political realities of friend and foe could weave such a spellbinding tale of events and personalities, one that could actually happen . . . if America's leaders aren't wary of a world full of DUPLICITY.

Hardcover:

9781455530427 | Center st, October 13, 2015, cover price $26.00 | About this edition: The greatest nightmare for the free world today would be a master terrorist hiding somewhere, controlling and coordinating radical Islamic groups at the highest level around the globe.
9781455589548 | Large print edition (Center st, October 13, 2015), cover price $28.00

Paperback:

9781455530434 | Center st, June 14, 2016, cover price $15.99

CD/Spoken Word:

9781478903604 | Unabridged edition (Center st, October 13, 2015), cover price $35.00 | About this edition: The greatest nightmare for the free world today would be a master terrorist hiding somewhere, controlling and coordinating radical Islamic groups at the highest level around the globe.

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At a young age, Jessie Close struggled with symptoms that would transform into severe bipolar disorder in her early twenties, but she was not properly diagnosed until the age of fifty. Jessie and her three siblings, including actress Glenn Close, spent many years in the Moral Re-Armament cult. Jessie passed her childhood in New York, Switzerland, Connecticut, Zaire (now the Democratic Republic of Congo), and finally Los Angeles, where her life quickly became unmanageable. She was just fifteen years old.Jessie's emerging mental illness led her into a life of addictions, five failed marriages, and to the brink of suicide. She fought to raise her children despite her ever worsening mental conditions and under the strain of damaged romantic relationships. Her sister Glenn and certain members of their family tried to be supportive throughout the ups and downs, and Glenn's vignettes in RESILIENCE provide an alternate perspective on Jessie's life as it began to spiral out of control. Jessie was devastated to discover that mental illness was passed on to her son Calen, but getting him help at long last helped Jessie to heal as well. Eleven years later, Jessie is a productive member of society and a supportive daughter, mother, sister, and grandmother. In RESILIENCE, Jessie dives into the dark and dangerous shadows of mental illness without shying away from its horror and turmoil. With New York Times bestselling author and Pulitzer Prize finalist Pete Earley, she tells of finally discovering the treatment she needs and, with the encouragement of her sister and others, the emotional fortitude to bring herself back from the edge.
By Pete Earley (contributor)

Hardcover:

9781455548828 | Grand Central Pub, January 13, 2015, cover price $27.00 | About this edition: At a young age, Jessie Close struggled with symptoms that would transform into severe bipolar disorder in her early twenties, but she was not properly diagnosed until the age of fifty.
9781455530229 | Large print edition (Grand Central Pub, January 13, 2015), cover price $29.00 | About this edition: At a young age, Jessie Close struggled with symptoms that would transform into severe bipolar disorder in her early twenties, but she was not properly diagnosed until the age of fifty.

Paperback:

9781455548804 | Reprint edition (Grand Central Pub, January 12, 2016), cover price $15.99

CD/Spoken Word:

9781478924524 | Unabridged edition (Hachette Audio, January 13, 2015), cover price $30.00 | About this edition: At a young age, Jessie Close struggled with symptoms that would transform into severe bipolar disorder in her early twenties, but she was not properly diagnosed until the age of fifty.

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CD/Spoken Word:

9781478906377 | Unabridged edition (Blackstone Audio Inc, October 13, 2015), cover price $105.99

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From New York Times bestselling author Pete Earley—the strange but true story of a man who suffers a traumatic brain injury and as a result is given the ability to converse with the world’s most terrifying criminals. After suffering a horrific head injury, fifteen-year-old Tony Ciaglia discovered he could no longer control his emotions or social responses and found himself incapable of feeling disgust at the antisocial behavior of others. Eventually therapy and medication helped Tony largely overcome his emotional instability, and when his therapist suggested he develop a hobby, Tony acted on a whim and wrote to an imprisoned serial killer. To his astonishment, the killer wrote back. Tony’s hobby eventually turned into a full-blown obsession, and soon he was corresponding with dozens of serial killers who revealed heinous details about their horrendous crimes—even those they’d never been convicted of. The killers opened up to Tony; they trusted him, considered him a friend. Unable to feel disgust at the revolting stories, Tony began to fear that the potential for killing without guilt lurked within him, and he became suicidal. Ultimately, Tony found redemption and purpose by helping law enforcement officials solve crimes his connection uncovered, and before long, investigators from around the country were calling on him for assistance with cold cases. The Serial Killer Whisperer is not only the story of how Tony learned to use his gift in the interest of justice, but it is also an inspiring—albeit sometimes terrifying—tale of healing and closure for a man who has struggled to lead a normal life.

Hardcover:

9781439199022 | Touchstone Books, January 10, 2012, cover price $24.99 | About this edition: From New York Times bestselling author Pete Earley—the strange but true story of a man who suffers a traumatic brain injury and as a result is given the ability to converse with the world’s most terrifying criminals.

Paperback:

9781439199039 | Touchstone Books, July 10, 2012, cover price $16.99

CD/Spoken Word:

9781452604749 | Unabridged edition (Tantor Media Inc, January 10, 2012), cover price $44.99 | About this edition: Fifteen-year-old Tony Ciaglia had everything a teenager could want-good grades, good athletic skills, and good friends-until he suffered a horrific head injury at summer camp.
9781452634746 | Unabridged edition (Tantor Media Inc, January 10, 2012), cover price $90.99 | About this edition: Fifteen-year-old Tony Ciaglia had everything a teenager could want-good grades, good athletic skills, and good friends-until he suffered a horrific head injury at summer camp.
9781452654744 | Mp3 una edition (Tantor Media Inc, January 10, 2012), cover price $29.99 | About this edition: Fifteen-year-old Tony Ciaglia had everything a teenager could want-good grades, good athletic skills, and good friends-until he suffered a horrific head injury at summer camp.

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Traces the story of the double agent who headed Russia's post-Cold War spy program in America, documenting his role in directing spy operations in New York City, recruiting agents, and influencing national policy before his astonishing defection.

Hardcover:

9781410408006 | Large print edition (Thorndike Pr, July 2, 2008), cover price $30.95 | also contains Comrade J: The Untold Secrets of Russia's Master Spy in America After the End of the Cold War
9780399154393 | Putnam Pub Group, January 25, 2008, cover price $25.95 | About this edition: Traces the story of the double agent who headed Russia's post-Cold War spy program in America, documenting his role in directing spy operations in New York City, recruiting agents, and influencing national policy before his astonishing defection.

Paperback:

9780425225622 | Reprint edition (Berkley Pub Group, January 6, 2009), cover price $16.00

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Spymaster, defector, double agent—the remarkable true story of the man who ran Russia's post-cold war spy program in America. In 1991, the Soviet Union collapsed, the cold war ended, and a new world order began. We thought everything had changed. But one thing never changed: the spies. From 1995 to 2000, a man known as "Comrade J" was the highest-ranking operative in the SVR—the successor agency to the KGB—in the United States. He directed all Russian spy action in New York City and personally oversaw every covert operation against the United States and its allies in the United Nations. He recruited spies, planted agents, penetrated security, manipulated intelligence, and influenced American policy, all under the direct leadership of Boris Yeltsin and then Vladimir Putin. He was a legend in the SVR, the man who kept the secrets. Then, in 2000, he defected—and it turned out he had one more secret. For the previous two years, he had also been a double agent for the FBI: "By far the most important Russian spy that our side has had in decades." He has never granted a public interview. The FBI and CIA have refused to answer all media questions about him. He has remained in hiding. He has never revealed his secrets. Until now. Comrade J, written by the bestselling author of Family of Spies and The Hot House, is his story, a direct account of what he did in the United States after we all assumed the spying was over and of what Putin and Russia continue to do today. The revelations are stunning. It is also the story of growing up in a family of agents dating back to the revolution; of how Russia molded him into one of its most high-flying operatives; of the day-to-day perils of living a double, then triple, life; and finally, of how his growing disquiet with the corruption and ambitions of the "new Russia" led him to take the most perilous step of all. Many spies have told their stories. None has the astonishing immediacy, relevance, and cautionary warnings of Comrade J.

Hardcover:

9781410408006 | Large print edition (Thorndike Pr, July 2, 2008), cover price $30.95 | also contains Comrade J: The Untold Secrets of Russia's Master Spy in America After the End of the Cold War

CD/Spoken Word:

9781400105526 | Unabridged edition (Tantor Media Inc, January 1, 2008), cover price $34.99 | About this edition: Spymaster, defector, double agent—the remarkable true story of the man who ran Russia's post-cold war spy program in America.
9781400155521 | Mp3 una edition (Tantor Media Inc, January 1, 2008), cover price $24.99 | About this edition: Spymaster, defector, double agent—the remarkable true story of the man who ran Russia's post-cold war spy program in America.

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Product Description: When Aldrich Ames was arrested in 1994, he had been feeding the KGB information for nine years. Pete Earley is the only writer to conduct fifty hours of one-on-one interviews with Ames, without a government censor present.
By Pete Earley and Edward Holland (narrator)

CD/Spoken Word:

9780786162239 | Mp3 edition (Blackstone Audio Inc, January 1, 2008), cover price $29.95 | About this edition: When Aldrich Ames was arrested in 1994, he had been feeding the KGB information for nine years.

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Product Description: When Aldrich Ames was arrested in 1994, he had been feeding the KGB information for nine years. Pete Earley is the only writer to conduct fifty hours of one-on-one interviews with Ames, without a government censor present.
By Pete Earley and Edward Holland (narrator)

CD/Spoken Word:

9780786162222 | Blackstone Audio Inc, January 1, 2008, cover price $99.00 | About this edition: When Aldrich Ames was arrested in 1994, he had been feeding the KGB information for nine years.

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When the ancient stone held by Christ during His 'He that is without sin' lesson passes through history into the possession of a county judge with his eye on a Supreme Court seat, it reveals his shameful past to him and prompts him to enlist the aid of an aging reverend expert on stigmata cases. By the author of The Hot House. Reprint.

Hardcover:

9780765310255 | Forge, June 13, 2006, cover price $25.95 | About this edition: When the ancient stone held by Christ during His 'He that is without sin' lesson passes through history into the possession of a county judge with his eye on a Supreme Court seat, it reveals his shameful past to him and prompts him to enlist the aid of an aging reverend expert on stigmata cases.

Paperback:

9780765349002 | Reprint edition (Tor Books, June 26, 2007), cover price $7.99 | About this edition: When the ancient stone held by Christ during His 'He that is without sin' lesson passes through history into the possession of a county judge with his eye on a Supreme Court seat, it reveals his shameful past to him and prompts him to enlist the aid of an aging reverend expert on stigmata cases.

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A dual memoir and journalistic investigation into the criminalization of America's mentally ill describes the author's battle with the shortcomings of the nation's mental health system after his son was declared ill, and exposes what the author learned throughout his year-long investigation into the Miami-Dade County jail. Reprint. 50,000 first printing.

Hardcover:

9780399153136 | 1 edition (Putnam Pub Group, April 20, 2006), cover price $25.95 | About this edition: A journalistic investigation into the criminalization of America's mentally ill describes the author's battle with the shortcomings of the mental health system and the Miami-Dade County jail after his son was declared bipolar.

Paperback:

9780425213896 | 1 edition (Berkley Pub Group, April 3, 2007), cover price $16.00 | About this edition: A dual memoir and journalistic investigation into the criminalization of America's mentally ill describes the author's battle with the shortcomings of the nation's mental health system after his son was declared ill, and exposes what the author learned throughout his year-long investigation into the Miami-Dade County jail.

CD/Spoken Word:

9781400132560 | Unabridged edition (Tantor Media Inc, June 30, 2006), cover price $69.99 | About this edition: A journalistic investigation into the criminalization of America's mentally ill describes the author's battle with the shortcomings of the mental health system and the Miami-Dade County jail after his son was declared bipolar.
9781400152568 | Mp3 una edition (Tantor Media Inc, June 30, 2006), cover price $24.99 | About this edition: A journalistic investigation into the criminalization of America's mentally ill describes the author's battle with the shortcomings of the mental health system and the Miami-Dade County jail after his son was declared bipolar.
9781400102563 | Unabridged edition (Tantor Media Inc, June 30, 2006), cover price $34.99 | About this edition: A journalistic investigation into the criminalization of America's mentally ill describes the author's battle with the shortcomings of the mental health system and the Miami-Dade County jail after his son was declared bipolar.

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When a nuclear bomb that was smuggled into Washington, D.C., at the height of the Cold War falls into the hands of Chechen rebels, disgraced Deputy U.S. Marshal Wyatt Conway is called into action because of his past friendship with one of the terrorists. Reprint.

Hardcover:

9780765307842 | 1 edition (Forge, June 1, 2005), cover price $24.95 | About this edition: When a nuclear bomb that was smuggled into Washington, D.

Paperback:

9780765346933 | Reprint edition (Forge, May 2, 2006), cover price $7.99 | About this edition: When a nuclear bomb that was smuggled into Washington, D.

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Searching for his former girlfriend, a journalist who has been kidnapped while investigating a hate crime, U.S. Senate forensic investigator Nick LeRue reluctantly teams up with the woman's identical twin sister, who claims to have clairvoyant powers. Reprint.

Hardcover:

9780765307835 | Forge, June 1, 2004, cover price $24.95 | About this edition: Searching for his former girlfriend, a journalist who has been kidnapped while investigating a hate crime, investigator Nick LeRue teams up with the woman's identical twin sister, who claims to have clairvoyant powers.

Paperback:

9780765346926 | Reprint edition (Tor Books, May 2, 2005), cover price $7.99 | About this edition: Searching for his former girlfriend, a journalist who has been kidnapped while investigating a hate crime, U.

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An inside look at the controversial law enforcement program designed to provide new identities for federal witnesses traces the history of WITSEC from its origins in the 1960s to the present day, describes its role in fighting organized crime, and profiles some of the colorful individuals who have taken part in it. Reprint.

Hardcover:

9780553801453 | Bantam Dell Pub Group, January 1, 2002, cover price $26.95 | About this edition: An inside look at the controversial law enforcement program designed to provide new identities for federal witnesses traces the history of WITSEC from its origins in the 1960s to the present day.

Paperback:

9780553582437 | Bantam Books, April 1, 2003, cover price $7.99 | also contains Star Files: Pack a | About this edition: An inside look at the controversial law enforcement program designed to provide new identities for federal witnesses traces the history of WITSEC from its origins in the 1960s to the present day.

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The author of Family of Spies and Circumstantial Evidence journeys behind the glitz and glamour to reveal the secret world of modern Las Vegas, the behind-the-scenes operations of the major casinos, and the men and women who make it the city one of the entertainment capitals of the world. Reprint.

Hardcover:

9780553095029 | Bantam Dell Pub Group, January 1, 2000, cover price $26.95 | About this edition: The author journeys behind the glitz and glamour to reveal the secret world of modern Las Vegas, the behind-the-scenes operations of the major casinos, and the men and women who make the city one of the entertainment capitals of the world

Paperback:

9780553573497 | Bantam Books, January 1, 2001, cover price $7.99 | About this edition: The author journeys behind the glitz and glamour to reveal the secret world of modern Las Vegas, the behind-the-scenes operations of the major casinos, and the men and women who make the city one of the entertainment capitals of the world.

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Based on exclusive interviews with Aldrich Ames, the author of the best-seller, Family of Spies, recounts the double agent's career and capture, and the ineptitude of the CIA that allowed him to elude detection. Reprint. NYT.

Hardcover:

9780788161643 | Diane Pub Co, June 1, 1997, cover price $27.50 | About this edition: The author of Family of Spies draws on interviews with KGB spy Aldrich Ames and the agents who caught him to offer a thorough account of the man and the unprecedented damage he did to the CIA.
9780399141881 | Putnam Pub Group, February 1, 1997, cover price $27.50 | About this edition: Draws on interviews with KGB spy Aldrich Ames and the agents who caught him to offer a thorough account of the man and the unprecedented damage he did to the CIA

Paperback:

9780425167120 | Berkley Pub Group, December 1, 1998, cover price $15.00 | About this edition: Draws on interviews with KGB spy Aldrich Ames and the agents who caught him to offer a thorough account of the man and the unprecedented damage he did to the CIA

Cassette/Spoken Word:

9780786114153 | Unabridged edition (Blackstone Audio Inc, October 1, 1998), cover price $76.95 | About this edition: Draws on interviews with KGB spy Aldrich Ames and the agents who caught him to offer a thorough account of the man and the unprecedented damage he did to the CIA.

Based on hundreds of hours of exclusive interview material & trial transcripts, Earley reaches behind the newspaper headlines into the innermost world of Jeffrey Don Lundgren -- husband, father, preacher and killer.

Hardcover:

9780735100459 | Replica Books, November 1, 1998, cover price $34.00 | About this edition: Based on trial transcripts and interviews with Lundgren's associates, this work describes how the Mormon priest ritually sacrificed two of his best friends and their three children
9780688105846 | William Morrow & Co, October 1, 1991, cover price $21.00 | About this edition: Based on trial transcripts and interviews with Lundgren's associates, this work describes how the Mormon priest ritually sacrificed two of his best friends and their three children

Paperback:

9780380715022 | Reprint edition (Avon Books, January 1, 1993), cover price $4.99 | also contains Picnic in Provence: A Memoir With Recipes | About this edition: An account of the crimes of Jeffrey Lundgren describes how the fanatical preacher used his hypnotic oratory and his twisted interpretations of religious texts to justify the excesses of his church--perversion, sexual slavery, and human sacrifice.

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Recounts the struggle of a young African-American lawyer from Alabama to clear the name of a black death-row inmate convicted of murder in a highly flawed trial, in a story that gained national attention in 1993. Reprint. NYT. (view table of contents)

Paperback:

9780553573480 | Reissue edition (Bantam Books, September 1, 1996), cover price $7.50 | About this edition: Recounts the struggle of a young African-American lawyer from Alabama to clear the name of a black death-row inmate convicted of murder in a highly flawed trial, in a story that gained national attention in 1993.

Cassette/Spoken Word:

9781573753067 | Unabridged edition (Audioscope, September 1, 1995), cover price $16.99 | About this edition: Traces the case of a Black man convicted of murdering a white teenaged girl in a small Alabama town, and one lawyer's efforts to prove his innocence.

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An account of life in Leavenworth Prison, based on interviews with inmates and others, describes the lives of a sexual predator, a gang member in for forty-two years, a sociopath in 'no human contact' status, and others. Reprint.

Hardcover:

9780553075731 | Bantam Dell Pub Group, March 1, 1992, cover price $22.50 | About this edition: The author profiles five hard-core criminals, the new warden, numerous officers, guards, the staff, and others from Leavenworth Prison

Paperback:

9780553560237 | Reprint edition (Bantam Books, August 1, 1995), cover price $7.99 | About this edition: The author profiles five hard-core criminals, the new warden, numerous officers, guards, the staff, and others from Leavenworth Prison

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The best-selling author of The Hot House traces the case of a black man convicted of murdering a white teenaged girl in a small Alabama town, and one lawyer's efforts to prove his innocence. 40,000 first printing. National ad/promo.

Hardcover:

9780553095012 | Bantam Dell Pub Group, September 1, 1995, cover price $23.95 | About this edition: Traces the case of a Black man convicted of murdering a white teenaged girl in a small Alabama town, and one lawyer's efforts to prove his innocence

Paperback:

9780553763560 | Bantam Dell Pub Group, August 1, 1995, cover price $23.00 | About this edition: Pete Earley's The Hot House gave America a riveting, uncompromising look at the nation's most notorious prison--the federal penitentiary in Leavenworth, Kansas--a book that Kirkus Reviews called a "fascinating white-knuckle tour of hell,  brilliantly reported.

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The Walker family's involvement in spying for the Soviet Union and their conviction on espionage charges is revealed, with new facts about the discovery of their actions and the grand-scale damage done to the nation's security

Hardcover:

9780553052831 | Bantam Dell Pub Group, October 1, 1988, cover price $19.95 | About this edition: The Walker family's involvement in spying for the Soviet Union and their conviction on espionage charges is revealed, with new facts about the discovery of their actions and the grand-scale damage done to the nation's security

Paperback:

9780553282221 | Reissue edition (Bantam Books, March 1, 1993), cover price $5.99 | About this edition: The Walker family's involvement in spying for the Soviet Union and their conviction on espionage charges is revealed, with new facts about the discovery of their actions and the grand-scale damage done to the nation's security

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Product Description: Book by Earley

Cassette/Spoken Word:

9780671753320 | Simon & Schuster, January 1, 1992, cover price $16.00 | About this edition: Book by Earley

Hardcover:

9780685438817 | Bantam Dell Pub Group, November 1, 1988, cover price $19.95

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