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Eliot Cohen Traces America’s Evolution Of Warfare From The 1600s In His Book, Conquered Into Liberty

Eliot Cohen is a professor at Johns Hopkins University with an extensive background in writing and advising on warfare. We examine how conflict along two hundred miles of lake, river, and woodland in North America shaped the country’s military values, practices, and institutions from his book Conquered Into Liberty.

David Pietrusza Discusses An Important Year In American History From His Book 1948

David Pietrusza is an historian and presidential scholar. He’s been compared to Doris Kearns Goodwin—another great historian. We discuss Harry Truman’s improbable victory and the year that transformed American from his latest book 1948.

Richard Paul Evans Discusses Forgiveness And Redemption In His Latest Novel Lost December

Richard Paul Evans is a best-selling author with more than 13 million books in print. He’s the master of the Christmas season. We discuss his latest book Lost December.

Erica Sandberg Warns Listeners To Beware Of Christmas Frauds

Erica Sandberg is a credit and money manager. She helps us protect ourselves against Christmas frauds to make sure our holiday season remains jolly.

Arthur Magida Tells The Strange Tale of Erik Jan Hanussen In His Book The Nazi Séance

Arthur Magida is an award-winning journalist and scholar who brings to life the story of Erik Jan Hanussen, a popular Jewish stage magician and mentalist from Austria who became so popular in Berlin that he rubbed elbows with high ranking Nazis and even advised Hitler. We’ll discuss his book The Nazi Séance.

Simon Garfield Reviews The History Of Typography In His Book Just My Type

Simon Garfield is a British journalist and non-fiction author. We examine the history and future of typography from his book Just My Type.

Leah Ingram Explains The Frugal-Living Caché In Her Book Suddenly Frugal

Leah Ingram is a lifestyle and frugal-living expert. We discuss how to live happier and healthier for less from her book Suddenly Frugal.

Brian Greene Describes Parallel Universes And The Deep Laws Of The Universe In His Book The Hidden Reality

Brian Greene is a theoretical physicist and string theorist. We explore parallel universes and the deep laws of the cosmos contained in his book The Hidden Reality.

Candice DeLong Describes Being An FBI Profiler In Her Book Special Agent

Candice DeLong has been described as the real life Clarice Starling from Silence of the Lambs. She’s a former FBI profiler turned TV personality. We discuss the mysteries she’s solved in her book Special Agent.

Roger Bezanis Explains Diagnostic Face Reading As Part of Holistic Healing

Roger Bezanis is a Ventura resident with a very unusual skill—he reads people’s faces to help diagnose health problems. We discuss his skill and talk about his book Diagnostic Face Reading and Holistic Healing.

Bill Frank’s Guests

Here is the lineup of guests for Guests For October 5, 2013

Guests For October 5, 2013

My guests this week are Bob McCord, founding member of VREG, talking about Ventura's budget woes; healthcare expert Sally Pipes exposing the flaws of Obamacare as the Insurance Exchanges open for business; and Stuart Crain, CEO of TVTalk discussing how his app will revolutionize television viewing. Read More

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