Dr. Keith Ablow, best-selling author and host of the new daily one-hour daytime-TV talk show, shows how ignoring painful memories and experiences can negatively affect every aspect of our lives. He presents strategies to help listeners transform the pain of the past into the power of the future. Living the Truth is as comforting and rewarding as it is transformative.
Radio and television host Glenn Beck has experienced the rollercoaster of life like few others. From the suicide of his mother when he was just 13, to his eventual alcoholism, depression, divorce, unemployment, and health scares - Glenn has weathered life’s darkest storms. Any one of those struggles could’ve ruined him, yet Glenn was able to keep moving forward. He saw past the darkness into the light; past his grief and addictions and into what his life could be.
"Such a powerful book!"
The trial of 25-year-old Casey Anthony for the death of her daughter, Caylee, was the most sensational case in America since O.J. Simpson’s. After being acquitted in July 2011, Ms. Anthony instantly became one of the most infamous women in the world. Dr. Keith Ablow distills tens of thousands of pages of documents he has obtained, his behind-the-camera, one-on one interviews, and his decades of experience in the world of forensic psychiatry to make sense of this troubled young woman.
"In-depth psychiatric analysis - complex"
West Crosse is a stunningly brilliant, strikingly handsome architect with a love of ideal beauty and a commitment to achieving it at any cost. But the rich, powerful families who engage him to design their homes don't know his dark side: Crosse can't stop at designing their dwellings. He needs to make their lives more perfect too, even if it means a gut rehab of the family, even if the final design takes years to achieve.
Forensic Psychiatrist Frank Clevenger confronts the ultimate opponent - a serial killer who is also a brilliant psychiatrist, with an uncanny ability to burrow into the deepest recesses of the human mind.
"This book is ACE!"
A friend of Frank Clevenger, a brilliant forensic psychiatrist, desperately needs help in solving a chilling murder. One of the infant twin daughters of billionaire Darwin Bishop has been murdered in her crib. The suspected killer is her adopted brother, Billy. As Clevenger becomes convinced that Billy may be innocent, it becomes clear that the killer is circling another victim - the remaining twin. Clevenger lays a trap to reveal the killer in an unforgettable finale.
John Snow is a brilliant inventor who has made millions from his genius in aeronautics. He has everything a man could desire: wealth, family, even a beautiful mistress. But he also has a brain disease, a rare form of epilepsy, that threatens his most valuable possession, his mind. Only one doctor may be able to cure it surgically, but at a terrible cost, one that Snow reveals to no one: Snow will have no memory whatsoever of his past, of its emotional entanglements or its secrets.
"A Great read"