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Liberty for All

An insightful, often acerbic look at national worries about the wealth gap and declining standards of living.

— Booklist

Newman helps people help themselves with an appeal to the reservoir of character that lies within us all.

— Jonathan Alter, author of The Center Holds: Obama and His Enemies

Brisk and compelling.

— Jonathan Alter, author of The Center Holds: Obama and His Enemies

Rebounders

Newman gives us all a roadmap to success.

— Sydney Finkelstein, Dartmouth College, author of Why Smart Executives Fail

This engaging work is sure to inspire readers to view adversity and failure from a new perspective.

— Publishers Weekly

A great read for strivers, entrepreneurs and anybody eager to get ahead.

— Jane Bryant Quinn, Author of Making the Most of Your Money NOW

Firefight

A remarkable piece of journalism, and a service to history.

— Kirkus Reviews

A gripping inside-look at the swift actions by a small group of firefighters that saved the Pentagon from destruction.

— Bing West, author of No True Glory

A monumental reporting job … Creed and Newman faced a daunting challenge, rose to the occasion and rescued a piece of history from the ashes.

— Washington Post

This gripping account of national tragedy and personal heroism gives readers a you-are-there look at the disaster that claimed 189, and a real appreciation for the work that kept it from claiming more.

— Publishers Weekly

Bury Us Upside Down

An exemplary account, vivid with its scenes of war and bravery.

— Wall Street Journal

Bury Us Upside Down unfolds in crisp vignettes and remarkable detail … A fabulous read.

— Washington Post

A taut, well-written account of an unknown chapter in the Vietnam War … a welcome addition to the military history of Vietnam.

— Kirkus Reviews

A thoroughly readable, absorbing history … a distinguished addition to Vietnam War literature.

— Publishers Weekly