Henry Bushkin “Johnny Carson”

December 21st, 2013

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From 1962 until 1992, Johnny Carson was host of late night TV’s “The Tonight Show.” In the ’70s and ’80s he was America’s highest-paid entertainer and its most enigmatic.

But Carson was also notoriously inscrutable.

And at the height of his reign, Carson’s longtime lawyer and best friend was Henry Bushkin, who now shows us Johnny Carson with a clarity and depth that nobody else could.

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Bushkin was, in fact, Carson’s lawyer, wingman, fixer, and closest confidant.

His new book is called “Johnny Carson.”

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Simon Winchester “The Men Who United the States”

December 20th, 2013

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The history of the United States is, typically, told in the accomplishments of the iconic greats: George Washington. Abraham Lincoln. Martin Luther King.

But have you ever heard of Theodore Judah? Thomas MacDonald? Morris Llewellyn Cooke?

They, too, were greats, argues bestselling author Simon Winchester. They did great things for the United States, but they’re largely forgotten. They did things like build the transcontinental railroad, wire rural America for electricity, and create the interstate highway system.

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Now Winchester gives new and long-deserved attention to these forgotten heroes of his adopted homeland, in his book “The Men Who United The States.”

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Wally Lamb “We Are Water”

December 14th, 2013

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After 27 years of marriage, and three children, artist Annie Oh has fallen in love. She’s planning to marry her new love, Viveca, a wealthy Manhattan art dealer who has orchestrated Annie’s professional success.

But in Wally Lamb‘s novel “We Are Water,” Annie and Viveca’s wedding in a small Connecticut town, provokes strong reaction. and opens up a virtual Pandora’s box of toxic secrets.

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There are stark and painful truths that have festered below the surface of the Ohs’ lives.

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Brad Meltzer “History Decoded”

December 13th, 2013

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Conspiracy!

We love conspiracy theories, and history has left us an abundance of good ones. Now bestselling thriller writer and history decoder Brad Meltzer takes a closer look at ten of the all-time best conspiracy theories, in his book “History Decoded.”

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From the rumors that there really isn’t any gold in Fort Knox, to the mystery of D.B. Cooper, all the way up to — dare we say it? — the Kennedy assassination, Meltzer puts fresh eyes to old theories and comes up with answers that are often startling.

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Dan Bongino “Life Inside the Bubble”

December 12th, 2013

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For twelve years Dan Bongino‘s job was to protect the nation’s leaders, including two presidents. He was a Secret Service agent, privy to what he calls “the bubble,” the insular world occupied by the leaders, hangers-on, and wannabes at the very top of the federal government.

But eventually Bongino became disillusioned — not with his job, but with the attitudes and actions of the politicians whose rhetoric he was exposed to daily.

So Bongino left the Secret Service and ran for United States Senate from Maryland, in 2012. He lost the race, but found a new voice.

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Now in his book “Life Inside the Bubble” Bongino sounds a call to the American people in defense of sane government and the U.S. Constitution.

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