The award-winning, New York Times bestselling international investigative author of 200 award-winning editions in 20 languages in 190 countries, as well as scores of newspaper and magazine articles in the leading publications of the United States, Europe, and Israel. With more than 1.6 million books in print, his work focuses on human rights, genocide and hate, corporate criminality and corruption, governmental misconduct, academic fraud, philanthropy abuse, oil addiction, alternative energy and historical investigation. Editors have submitted Black's work thirteen times for Pulitzer Prize nomination, and in recent years he has been the recipient of a series of top editorial awards. He has also contributed to a number of anthologies worldwide.
Cultural ethicist Faye Lincoln has worked in high-level public policy and government relations for three decades. Over time, she developed a deep interest in the history and geopolitics of the Middle East and Europe. She has focused on the effects of converging religious, political, and economic structures of society and culture. Her first book of insight is Values that Shape the World—Ancient Precepts, Modern Concepts. In her work, Lincoln dissects and intersects millennia of history in the context of the Judeo-Christian principles that have driven and continue to drive the evolution and revolution of today’s highly-volatile world. Lincoln is a writer who views Biblical history through the lens of her second generation Holocaust experience.
Threat analyst Kenneth Abramowitz is Managing General Partner and co-founder of NGN Capital, a half-billion worldwide healthcare venture capital fund. He joined NGN from the Carlyle Group in New York where he was Managing Director from 2001–2003, focused on U.S. buyout opportunities in the healthcare industry. He was a Healthcare industry analyst for Sanford C. Bernstein & Co during 1997-2000. For his work, he has been installed in the Wall Street Analyst Hall of Fame with a rank of 15 out of 15,000 analysts. He lectures worldwide on the issues of democracy. His first work is The Multi-Front War: Defending America From Political Islam, China, Russia, Pandemics, and Racial Strife.
Rabbi Yotav Eliach has been a teacher for decades and is currently the esteemed principal of Rambam Mesivta High School in Long Island, New York. His book, Judaism, Zionism and the Land of Israel, is the fruit of a lifetime of study and teaching, which seeks to frame the emergence of the modern state of Israel in Biblical and historical reference.
Martin Barillas is a former US diplomat who has serving in Europe and Latin America, as well as with the division for Politico–Military affairs. At the latter, he was granted the Meritorious Honor Award for valuable services rendered in the Office of International Security Operations. Shaken Earth is his breakout first novel.
Born in Dodge City, Kansas, the author of Buffalo Spirits has survived two tornadoes, one rattlesnake bite, and too many dust storms to count. At the University of Kansas, she studied creative writing with esteemed professor Edgar Wolfe, and in 1968 she earned the University's top creative writing award for her short stories. In 1970, Elizabeth studied Modern English Literature at the University of London.
Marc J. Rauch is the award-winning co-publisher at The Auto Channel, and an acknowledged expert on alternative fuel and energy. A multi-award winning TV/film writer, producer, and director, Rauch has been a broadcasting and marketing executive for more than 45 years. In 1987, he co-founded The Auto Channel television network and TheAutoChannel.com, the Internet's largest and oldest automotive information resource