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**Da questo libro è tratto l’omonimo film di Steve McQueen con Viola Davis, Michelle Rodríguez, Colin Farrell e Liam Neeson.**
«*Un intreccio perfetto.*»
**The Guardian**
«*Un thriller così pieno di colpi di scena da soddisfare anche i lettori più esigenti.*»
**Library Journal**
«*Lynda La Plante ci regala un romanzo denso e intrigante che illumina il cuore oscuro dell’amicizia, del tradimento e della vendetta.*»
**The Strand Magazine**
**Hanno affrontato la vita da sole. Ma quando si tratta di abbracciare il crimine, scelgono di farlo insieme.**
Per Dolly essere la moglie del noto criminale Harry Rawlins non è mai stato un problema. Negli anni, si è tenuta alla larga dagli affari del marito, ottenendo in cambio tutte le attenzioni che ha sempre desiderato. Ma l’ultima impresa di Harry finisce in tragedia e, con la sua morte, Dolly si ritrova sola di fronte a un destino ogni giorno più incerto. Finché non riceve un biglietto anonimo con precise istruzioni: deve presentarsi in banca sotto falso nome e accedere a una cassetta di sicurezza. Qui, oltre a dei contanti e a una pistola, trova il taccuino di Harry sul quale il marito ha annotato i nomi delle persone con cui ha avuto a che fare e le rapine che ha organizzato, compresa l’ultima. Dolly interpreta questo ritrovamento come un segno. Sta a lei portare a termine ciò che Harry ha iniziato. Lo deve a sé stessa. E, soprattutto, lo deve a suo marito, di cui vuole «onorare» la memoria. Ma non può farcela da sola. Ha bisogno del sostegno di chi, come lei, sa cosa vuol dire vivere al fianco di un criminale con tutti i rischi che comporta. È così che Dolly si rivolge alle uniche persone che è certa non si tireranno indietro: le vedove dei complici di Harry e la scaltra Bella, che si conquista fin da subito la sua stima. Solo unendo le forze e fidandosi l’una dell’altra, le quattro donne riusciranno a farsi strada in un mondo che non fa sconti e premia chi è disposto a mettere a repentaglio la propria vita per ottenere ciò che vuole. Loro sono pronte a tutto e non hanno la minima intenzione di tirarsi indietro. Nemmeno quando le cose non vanno secondo i piani.
Con milioni di copie vendute nel mondo, Lynda La Plante è la regina incontrastata del thriller britannico. Ogni suo romanzo è un successo di pubblico e critica e, a pochi giorni dall’uscita, diventa un bestseller. Ora torna con *Widows. Eredità criminale* da cui è tratto l’omonimo film, con sceneggiatura e regia di Steve McQueen e un cast stellare che conta, tra gli altri, Viola Davis, Michelle Rodríguez, Colin Farrell e Liam Neeson. Una storia sul fascino oscuro del crimine. E sui sacrifici che quattro donne ambiziose e indipendenti sono pronte a fare pur di difendere quello che è loro e sui cui nessuno può mettere le mani.

Widow Need Sex

After the death of the husband and father, the mother and son seek comfort in each other…

Wickedly Twisted: Fairy Tales for Adults

Six hot and wickedly twisted novella inspired by six of your favorite fairy tales, by today’s bestselling authors!
*To Steal a Prince’s Heart* by **Cassidy K. O’Connor** is a twist on the fairy tale *Robin Hood*.
No self-respecting girl starts out wanting to be a thief but that’s what happens when war takes the King and all able bodied men off to war. Robin Hood and her merry band of women steal to feed their village, she never expected the Prince to steal her heart. When her true identity is revealed will the Prince stand by her or will she be forced to rescue herself?
*Celia’s Connection* by **Gracen Miller** is a twist on the fairy tale *Goldilocks and the Three Bears*
Celia Goldilocks just wants to live her life in peace, but when her past comes calling, her life is upended. With a bounty on her head, she escapes to a cabin owned by three bear shifters. Unfortunately, they’re her father’s biggest enemy, but can they be her salvation instead? 
*The Brothers Ménage* by **Louisa Bacio** is a twist on the fairy tale *Two Brothers*
Who says all fairytale princesses are cursed?
As time runs out, the brothers from the wrong side of the tracks must weigh if a lifetime with Daphne is worth sharing their own secret, and if it’ll make a difference.
*Bearskin *by **A. D. Roland** is a twist on the fairy tale *Bearskin*
A dirty hobo who claims he’s wearing the Devil’s magic jacket befriends a slightly skeptical nurse. Can he convince her he’s telling the truth in time for her to break the curse?
*Pan’s Curse* by **Sheri Lyn** is a twist on the fairy tale *Peter Pan*
The race is on. A jealous fairy has put a curse on Peter Pan, and it’s up to Captain James Hook and his crew to follow the clues and save him before time runs out, or he’ll be gone for good. If she can’t have him, no one will. Can James and Peter have their Happily Ever After?
*His Big Bad Wolf* by **Lia Davis** is a twist on the fairy tale *The Boy Who Cried Wolf*
Neal turns to Shannon for help to track down the rogue wolf, but working together stirs emotions neither of them expected, and a fiery passion that makes it impossible for them to stay away from each other. But is Neal ready to learn all of Shannon’s secrets?

Wicked: the life and times of the wicked witch of the West : a novel

SUMMARY: When Dorothy triumphed over the Wicked Witch of the West in L. Frank Baum’s classic tale, we heard only her side of the story. But what about her arch-nemesis, the mysterious Witch? Where did she come from? How did she become so wicked? And what is the true nature of evil? Gregory Maguire creates a fantasy world so rich and vivid that we will never look at Oz the same way again. Wicked is about a land where animals talk and strive to be treated like first-class citizens, Munchkinlanders seek the comfort of middle-class stability, and the Tin Man becomes a victim of domestic violence. And then there is the little green-skinned girl named Elphaba, who will grow up to become the infamous Wicked Witch of the West, a smart, prickly, and misunderstood creature who challenges all our preconceived notions about the nature of good and evil.

Why Women Have Sex

An unparalleled exploration of the mysteries underlying women’s sexuality that rivals the culture-shifting Kinsey Report, from two of America’s leading research psychologists Do women have sex simply to reproduce or display their affection? When University of Texas at Austin clinical psychologist Cindy M. Meston and evolutionary psychologist David M. Buss joined forces to investigate the underlying sexual motivations of women, what they found astonished them.Through the voices of real women, Meston and Buss reveal the motivations that guide women’s sexual decisions and explain the deep-seated psychology and biology that often unwittingly drive women’s desires—sometimes in pursuit of health or pleasure, or sometimes for darker, disturbing reasons that a woman may not fully recognize. Drawing on more than a thousand intensive interviews conducted solely for the book, as well as their pioneering research on physiological response and evolutionary emotions, Why Women Have Sex uncovers an amazingly complex and nuanced portrait of female sexuality. They delve into the use of sex as a defensive tactic against a mate’s infidelity (protection), as a ploy to boost self-confidence (status), as a barter for gifts or household chores (resource acquisition), or as a cure for a migraine headache (medication). Why Women Have Sex stands as the richest and deepest psychological understanding of female sexuality yet achieved and promises to inform every woman’s (and her partner’s) awareness of her relationship to sex and her sexuality.

The Why of Things

Why was there a meltdown at the Fukushima power plant? Why do some people get cancer and not others? Why is global warming happening? Why does one person get depressed in the face of life’s vicissitudes while another finds resilience?
Questions like these—questions of causality—form the basis of modern scientific inquiry, posing profound intellectual and methodological challenges for researchers in the physical, natural, biomedical, and social sciences. In this groundbreaking book, noted psychiatrist and author Peter Rabins offers a conceptual framework for analyzing daunting questions of causality. Navigating a lively intellectual voyage between the shoals of strict reductionism and relativism, Rabins maps a three-facet model of causality and applies it to a variety of questions in science, medicine, economics, and more.
Throughout this book, Rabins situates his argument within relevant scientific contexts, such as quantum mechanics, cybernetics, chaos theory, and epigenetics. A renowned communicator of complex concepts and scientific ideas, Rabins helps readers stretch their minds beyond the realm of popular literary tipping points, blinks, and freakonomic explanations of the world.

Why Liberalism Failed

Has liberalism failed because it has succeeded?

Of the three dominant ideologies of the twentieth century—fascism, communism, and liberalism—only the last remains. This has created a peculiar situation in which liberalism’s proponents tend to forget that it is an ideology and not the natural end-state of human political evolution. As Patrick Deneen argues in this provocative book, liberalism is built on a foundation of contradictions: it trumpets equal rights while fostering incomparable material inequality; its legitimacy rests on consent, yet it discourages civic commitments in favor of privatism; and in its pursuit of individual autonomy, it has given rise to the most far-reaching, comprehensive state system in human history.Here, Deneen offers an astringent warning that the centripetal forces now at work on our political culture are not superficial flaws but inherent features of a system whose success is generating its own failure.


A path-breaking book, boldly argued and expressed in terms that might justifiably be called prophetic in character. -Wilfred M. McClay, G.T. and Libby Blankenship Chair in the History of Liberty, University of Oklahoma — Wilfred M. McClay Liberalism is clearly in everybody’s sights, and Why Liberalism Failed will be an important contributor to the conversation, suggesting that we cannot work within the existing paradigm anymore. The philosophers will not solve our problems; working with our neighbors will. -Joshua Mitchell, Professor of Political Theory, Georgetown University — Joshua Mitchell Deneen writes with clarity, candor and superior scholarship to create one of the most absorbing political philosophy books of the past decade. No one who reads it, no one who considers its substance, will be able to think about the dynamics and the consequences of the American democratic experiment in quite the same way. –Archbishop Charles J. Chaput, author of Author of Strangers in a Strange Land — Charles J. Chaput This courageous and timely book is a major contribution to understanding the rude awakening in the Trump moment. It shows that we must transcend the death grip of the two oscillating poles of classical liberalism (of Republican and Democratic parties) and examine the deep assumptions that hold us captive. It also reveals that if we remain tied to liberalism’s failure, more inequality, repression, and spiritual emptiness await us. -Cornel West, Professor of the Practice of Public Philosophy, Harvard — Cornel West
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Why Is Sex Fun?: The Evolution of Human Sexuality

To us humans the sex lives of many animals seem weird. In fact, by comparison with all the other animals, we are the ones with the weird sex lives. How did that come to be?Just count our bizarre ways. We are the only social species to insist on carrying out sex privately. Stranger yet, we have sex at any time, even when the female can’t be fertilized (for example, because she is already pregnant, post-menopausal, or between fertile cycles). A human female doesn’t know her precise time of fertility and certainly doesn’t advertise it to human males by the striking colour changes, smells, and sounds used by other female mammals.Why do we differ so radically in these and other important aspects of our sexuality from our closest ancestor, the apes? Why does the human female, virtually alone among mammals go through menopause? Why does the human male stand out as one of the few mammals to stay (often or usually) with the female he impregnates, to help raise the children that he sired? Why is the human penis so unnecessarily large?There is no one better qualified than Jared Diamond,renowned expert in the fields of physiology and evolutionary biology and award-winning author,to explain the evolutionary forces that operated on our ancestors to make us sexually different. With wit and a wealth of fascinating examples, he explains how our sexuality has been as crucial as our large brains and upright posture in our rise to human status.

Why Didn’t They Ask Evans

SUMMARY: When Bobby Jones goes to retrieve his wayward golf ball at the bottom of a cliff, he little expects that he will find a dying man there. With his last breath the man gasps, “Why didn’t they ask Evans?” Looking for a handkerchief in the man’s pocket Bobby pulls out a photograph of an attractive young woman.Intrigued by the question and the photograph Bobby and his vivacious friend Frankie Derwent set out to solve the mystery—putting their own lives in great danger along the way.

The Whole Enchilada

Caterer and sleuth extraordinaire Goldy Schulz jumps from the frying pan into the fire as she tries to solve a puzzling murder that is much too close to home, in this latest entry in the*New York Times* bestselling series from “today’s foremost practitioner of the culinary whodunit” (*Entertainment Weekly*)*The Whole Enchilada *Goldy Schulz knows her food is to die for, but she never expects one of her best friends to actually keel over when she’s leaving a birthday party Goldy has catered. At first, everyone assumes that all the fun and excitement of the party, not to mention the rich fare, did her in.But what looks like a coronary turns out to be a generous serving of cold-blooded murder. And the clever culprit is just getting cooking.When a colleague—a woman who resembles Goldy—is stabbed, and Goldy is attacked outside her house, it becomes clear that the popular caterer is the main course on a killer menu. With time running out, Goldy must roll up her sleeves, sharpen her knives, and make a meal out of a devious murderer, before that killer can serve her up cold.
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Who’d Have Thought

Top neurosurgeon Samantha Thomson needs to get married fast and is tightlipped as to why. And with over $200,000 on offer to tie the knot, no questions asked, cash-strapped ER nurse Hayden Pérez isn’t about to demand answers.
The deal is only for a year of marriage, but Hayden’s going into it knowing it will be a nightmare. Sam is complicated, rude, kind of cold, and someone Hayden barely tolerates at work, let alone wants to marry. The hardest part is that Hayden has to convince everyone around them that they’re madly in love and that racing down the aisle together is all they’ve ever wanted. What could possibly go wrong?

Who Says I’m an Addict?

Do you worry that you drink too much? Or perhaps you fear that your dependence on drugs, food, sex, or some other vice is spiralling out of control, and taking your quality of life with it? In Who Says I’m an Addict?, David Smallwood looks at the issue of addiction with compassion, clarity, and wisdom that comes not only from his own difficult journey with addiction, but from his considerable experience overseeing treatment programmes in rehabilitation clinics.
David looks in detail at all areas of addiction, from denial, hitting rock bottom, and dealing with shame and guilt, to how our family of origin and the traumas we go through in childhood influence us in later life. He then explores the road to long-term recovery, guiding the reader on how to do the emotional work necessary to ensure that they avoid relapse and can finally lay their demons to rest and get on with re-building their life.

This offering by David Smallwood contains a wealth of insight, wisdom and help for anyone who wants information about addictions and recovery. I found this book to be a beeezy read as David has been able to simplify a rather complicated subject. Pia Mellody This book provides an excellent overview to the topic of addiction. It’s honesty gives the reader true insight into what it is like to have an addiction, and it is through this integrity that it highlights the need for more clinicians and treatment services to combat addiction. — Kathryn Roberts & Dr. Henrietta Bowden-Jones, National Problem Gambling Clinic, Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust
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SUMMARY: As a Christmas Eve blizzard whips out of the north, several people converge on a remote family house. As the storm worsens, the emotional sparks-jealousies, distrust, sexual attraction, rivalries-crackle, desperate secrets are revealed, hidden traitors and unexpected heroes emerge.

White Night

A sensational addition to the Dresden Filesadventures-from a USA Todaybestselling author. Professional wizard Harry Dresden is investigating a series of deaths in Chicago. Someone is killing practitioners of magic, those incapable of becoming full-fledged wizards. Shockingly, all the evidence points to Harry’s half-brother, Thomas, as the murderer. Determined to clear his sibling’s name, Harry uncovers a conspiracy within the White Council of Wizards that threatens not only him, but his nearest and dearest, too…

The White Mountains

Monstrous machines rule the Earth, but a few humans are fighting for freedom in this repackaged start to a classic alien trilogy ideal for fans of Rick Yancey’s The 5th Wave.

Will Parker never dreamed he would be the one to rebel against the Tripods. With the approach of his thirteenth birthday, he expected to attend his Capping ceremony as planned and to become connected to the Tripods—huge three-legged machines—that now control all of Earth. But after an encounter with a strange homeless man called Beanpole, Will sets out for the White Mountains, where people are said to be free from the control of the Tripods.

But even with the help of Beanpole and his friends, the journey is long and hard. And with the Tripods hunting for anyone who tries to break free, Will must reach the White Mountains fast. But the longer he’s away from his home, the more the Tripods look for him…and no one can hide from the monstrous machines forever.

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White Identity: Racial Consciousness in the 21st Century

Ten years in the making, this book is the sequel to Jared Taylor’s seminal Paved With Good Intentions. In White Identity, Taylor systematically marshals the data to show that:
-People of all races pay lip service to the ideal of integration but generally prefer to remain apart.
-Study after scientific study suggests that racial identity is an inherent part of human nature.
-Diversity of race, language, religion, etc. is not a strength for America but a source of chronic tension and conflict.
-Non-whites–especially blacks and Hispanics but now even Asians–openly take pride in their race and put group interests ahead of those of the country as a whole.
-Only whites continue to believe that it is possible or even desirable to transcend race and try to make the United States a nation in which race does not matter.
Taylor argues that America must reassess dated assumptions, and that we need policies based on a realistic understanding of race, not on fantasies.
Most provocatively, Taylor argues that whites must exercise the same rights as other groups–that they must be unafraid of considering their own legitimate interests. He concludes by warning whites that if they do not defend their interests they will be marginalized by groups that do not hesitate to assert themselves, numerically and culturally.
The culmination of 25 years of writing about race, immigration, and America’s future, this is Jared Taylor’s best and most complete statement of why it is vitally important for whites to defend their legitimate group interests.
### Review
Jared Taylor is arguably the most brilliant of the leaders of what is sometimes called the ‘Alternative Right,’ the intellectual movement focused on emergent issues that are now systematically suppressed in America’s purblind public debate. This book, the long awaited sequel to his seminal *Paved With Good Intentions*, will eventually be seen as a decisive step forward on the historic American nation’s road to recovery from the paralyzing curse of Political Correctness.”
— **Peter Brimelow**, Editor of VDARE.com and author of *Alien Nation: Common Sense About America’s Immigration Disaster*
“In this brilliant and wide-ranging survey of the relevant science and history, Jared Taylor shows that racial consciousness is intrinsic and that efforts to remake human nature are doomed to fail. He shows that in modern America, people of all races prefer the company of people of their own race; that racial diversity is more often a source of conflict than of strength; and that multiculturalism is changing the United States profoundly and to the detriment of most white people.”
— **Dr. Raymond Wolters**, Keith Professor of History, University of Delaware
“The work of an insightful, well-tempered, and above all, demandingly honest mind, White Identity is especially timely as the white population of America comes under intensifying demographic, political, cultural, and economic pressure from both within and without. Jared Taylor deserves our deep gratitude for declaring that whites must find a way to stand up for themselves in a world in which they are becoming a shrinking minority, even in their own once white-majority countries.”
— **Prof. J. Philippe Rushton**, Department of Psychology, University of Western Ontario
“Jared Taylor offers the reader an open, honest, and frank discussion of the reality of race and race relations in America today. He convincingly argues that unless all the facts, painful or politically inconvenient though they may be, are laid bare then all that follows will be based on false assumptions and doomed to failure.”
— **Dr. Roger D. McGrath**, Author/Historian/Television Commentator
“*White Identity* makes shocking and painful reading for any white person who fears for the future of the United States. It is about the relentless demise of whites, about the loss of will to survive, even about the death of whites globally. As Jared Taylor demonstrates in a relentless barrage of data and statistics, whites are being racially, culturally and physically dispossessed by non-whites. The acceptance of multiculturalism as something beneficial when it is barely concealed and often explicit anti-white racism renders whites uniquely vulnerable to the organized racial solidarity of non-whites. I retain hope. I retain this hope because of the author himself. Jared Taylor embodies all the virtues that made the American Republic: physical courage, wisdom, love of learning, an indomitable spirit and point-blank refusal to live by the Lie.”
— **Dr. Frank Ellis**, formerly of University of Nevada, Las Vegas and University of Leeds
“Jared Taylor documents the dire consequences of demographic change in the United States. He warns of the deterioration that will follow when and if whites become a minority, and sounds a much needed wake-up call for whites to regain their sense of racial consciousness.”
— **Dr. Richard Lynn**, Professor emeritus of psychology, University of Ulster
“If you don’t like letting facts ruin your fantasies about race relations and diversity stay away from this book!”
–**Dr. Anthony Hilton**, Associate Professor of Psychology (retired), Concordia University, Montreal
**Fear of an Erudite White**
*By Jim Goad*
*White Identity* is Jared Taylor’s first full-l –Houston Conservative Examiner
Few men in America are as reviled by the liberal establishment as Jared Taylor, editor of *American Renaissance*. According to the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), he is “a courtly presenter of ideas that most would consider crudely white supremacist.” Keep in mind that the SPLC is an organization that cites Thomas Fleming, editor of this magazine, 11 times on its website for his association with such “hate groups” as the League of the South and the notorious Rockford Institute. If you are reading this madazine, you are already tainted. If you buy Jared Taylor’s new book, you probably risk investigation by the ATF or some clandestine civil-rights-enforcement organization. Even reading this review could endanger your voting rights in the New World Order.
Now that you have been forewarned, allow me to summarize Taylor’s argument: The architects of the civil-rights movement, who sought to build a color-blind, fully integrated society, have achieved only a pyrrhic victory. If minorities are well represented in our public institutions, our schools and colleges, our sports, and in the media, pervasive segregation persists in virtually every form of volutnary association. The Ideology of multiculturalsim, while it celebrates “diversity,” is little more than a cover for a divisive racial poer politics intended to demonize whites and impose upon them a disabling burden of guilt and self-loathing. While blacks, Hispanic, Asians, and other minorities are encouraged to express racial solidarity, whites who attempt to do the same are branded as racists covertly seeking to restore white supremacy. Unchecked immigration across the Mexican-American border is permanently altering not only the complexion but the character of American life. By mid-century, America will be a mosaic of minority cultures, each competing fiercely for its share of power and federal largesse. Given this reality, whites can no longer afford the luxury of disdain for racial-identity politics. Whites today, Taylor writes, “have a choice: regain a sense of identity and the resolve to maintain their numbers, their traditions, and their way of life–or face oblivion.”
Taylor is among the few who have taken an unflinching look at the reality of racial segregation in contemporary American life. While in the past it was almost universally assumed that segregation was a direct consequence of white discrimination and everything to do with ethnic preference and political advantage. Many blacks now see the integrationist ideal as merely a political tool that has served its purpose. As Leon Williams wrote in a letter to the editor published in 2004 by the *Philadelphia Inquirer,*** there is nothing wrong with segregation. Most African Americans with good sense want the same relations that most whites want. We don’t want them living in our neighborhoods. We don’t want our children going to school with theirs. . . We don’t need tea and cookies and fireside chats with white people.**Taylor makes a strong case that such attitudes, while not universal among blacks, are widespread. Education has, of course, been among the most hotly contested terrains in the struggle for equal opportunity. Blacks were once fervent supporters of public-school integration, but today many leaders in the black community are profoundly disillusioned with the official integrationist position of NAACP and have become advocates of segregated education, especially charter schools designed to serve black children.
–Jack Trotter, *Chronicles* August 2011
**White Identity: Racial Consciousness in the 21st Century, by Jared Taylor**
*By Brett Stevens*
People don’t like to talk about it these days, but a big part of conservatism is racial identity what was once called “nationalism,” when nation meant the ethnicity in which you were born.
Jared Taylor, a Yale graduate and independent businessman, has for the last two decades run an organization called *American Renaissance* that addresses the national question. Namely: how do we get beyond “diversity,” which doesn’t work for anyone, and re-discover our nationalist roots?
Naturally this upsets leftists. They claim to be tolerant of everything, but anything they don’t like they accuse of being either elitist, racist, sexist, homophobic, anti-fat, Social Darwinism, Satan, etc. Leftists want you to think that you either think multiculturalism is Double Plus Good, or you’re a fascist. No middle ground!
Taylor’s newest book, *White Identity: Racial Consciousness in the 21st Century*, will dispel these spurious claims because it does not just focus on white identity. Rather, it explores nationalist and identitarian politics and viewpoints in four racial groups: African-Americans, Asians, Hispanics and whites.
Through meticulously researched content, Taylor proves that (a) diversity is failing despite massive government efforts (b) each racial or ethnic group seeks its own self-rule and identity, and in fact most prefer segregation (c) that racial identity is healthy for members of all ethnic groups and (d) that “diversity” and “multiculturalism” not only are failing now, but portend a future of continued failure that will harm all ethnic groups.
Sleek but not slick prose flows through this readable and engaging text, using numerous examples from both scientific publications and the mainstream news. Arguments are cleanly constructed and stand alone. It is an impressive work that will bring food for thought to anyone brave enough to consider the analysis it offers.
If you want a respite from the dogmatic race-baiting of mainstream politics, and a more scientific and historical viewpoint that is both balanced and compassionate but also logical and focused on the long term, *White Identity: Racial Consciousness in the 21st Century* by Jared Taylor is an enjoyable and informative read. –Houston Conservative Examiner
### About the Author
Jared Taylor was born in Japan, where he lived until he was 16 years old. He has a bachelor’s degree in philosophy from Yale University and a master’s degree in international economics from *l’Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Paris*.He has worked as an international lending office for a major New York bank and as a consultant to companies doing business in Japan. For three yeas he was the West Coast Editor of *PC* (Personal Computing) *Magazine*, and has published articles and essays in the following publications:
*Wall Street Journal, Los Angeles Times, Chicago Tribune, Baltimore Sun, Washington Star, San Francisco Chronicle, Boston Globe, National Review, Chronicles.*
Since 1994, Jared Taylor has been the president of New Century Foundation, which publishes AmRen.com, a website devoted to issues of race and immigration.
He is the author of the following books:
*Shadows of the Rising Sun: A Critical View of the Japanese Miracle*, 1983, 336 pp., William Morrow & Co.
*Paved With Good Intensions: The Failure of Race Relations in Contemporary America,* 1992, 416 pp., Carol and Graf (now part of Avalon Publishing).
*The Tyranny of the New and Other Essays*, 1992, Kinseido Publishers (Tokyo), 89 pp.
Jared Taylor lives with his family in the northern Virginia suburbs of Washington, DC.