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“The Paladin” makes Apple’s Best of May list

The Paladin is a gritty and realistic thriller that paints a less-than-flattering picture of what really happens behind closed doors in the intelligence world. Don’t be surprised if by the end of Ignatius’ book, you’re resetting all of your passwords.”

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“Dignity” named to WSJ’s Best Political Books of 2019

Mr. Arnade, formerly a bond trader on Wall Street, spent years traveling to America’s forgotten places and photographing their struggling but dignified inhabitants. “Dignity” contains autobiographical reflections on each place. It is a beautiful book.

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Ronen Bergman wins Sokolow Prize (the Israeli Pulitzer)

Dr. Bergman was awarded the prize, “For a series of important and bold journalistic scoops,” ranging from the doings at the Abu Kabir Institute of Forensic medicine to the last interviews given by former Mossad head Meir Dagan.