Just One Before I Die evokes the magical baseball moment of the Chicago Cubs winning their first World Series in 108 years and the years of longing that came before it. Author Philip Revzin is a native Chicagoan, lifelong Cubs fan and journalist.
The self-made multimillionaire Aristotle Onassis was toasted and admired by the world. His trusted confidante Paul Ionannidis reveals in his new memoir, Destiny Prevails, how the illustrious Onassis family was undone by tragedy and turmoil.
Mitzi Perdue, wife of the late chicken industry giant Frank Perdue, details his life and lessons in this personal and perceptive biography that will capture both the minds of business executives and students, and the hearts of romantics everywhere.
The U.S. is the greatest country, the world’s largest economy. However, our true potential is stunted by costly regulations, compromised politicians and blatant government waste.
But we can fix it! Government is Killing the Economy is a detailed look at how.
Former New York Giants star Defensive End George D. Martin’s Just Around the Bend is the remarkable story of a man, a life and a special Journey across America for the benefit of 9/11 rescue and recovery workers.
St. Charles Preparatory School alumnus Robert L. Dilenschneider, CEO of The Dilenshneider Group, established The Borromean Lectures in 2001. Collected in this volume are the speeches of 10 great thinkers on what truly matters in life.
The Community College Solution provides the facts and answers that prospective students, their parents, high-school guidance counselors and others need to know to make the most of the community college opportunity.
by Brian E. Moran and the Malta Justice Initiative
The Justice Imperative looks at how America came to have 25% of the world’s prison inmates and only 5% of the world’s population. It urges actions to reform and rebuild the system that has failed so many of its inmates and our society.
In 2011, The Dilenschneider Group sponsored a series of lectures on civility in conjunction with the Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs. Collected in this volume are the thoughts of six of the nation’s most insightful minds.