Consider Dr. Larry Waldman’s child-raising classic, Who’s Raising Whom? A Parent’s Guide to Effective Child Discipline.
Want to make your marriage the best it can be? Follow Dr. Waldman’s advice in How come I love him but can’t live with him? His Nine Rules for a good marriage are priceless.
We’ve got you covered with Winnie Ruth Judd: The Trunk Murders The Classic Edition. Read about the most notorious murder case in Arizona’s history. Mrs. Judd’s 1932 murder trial was one of two Depression Era trials called the “Trial of the century” – the other being the Lindbergh baby kidnapping trial. The book’s original edition, published in 1973 by Grosset & Dunlap, was nominated for Crime Book of the Year, and was a Doubleday Bargain Book Club bestseller in October 1973 when over 60,000 print units were sold. Co-authored by J. Dwight Dobkins and Robert J. Hendricks.
Also, Machine-Gun Man by George “Machine-Gun” Kelly as told to Jim Dobkins and Ben Jordan.
And My boss was the BTK killer by Mary Capps with Jim Dobkins. Multiple producers are checking out the film scrip in progress, The Next Victim, inspired by the book. Mary has been interviewed on eight national talk shows. She was interviewed on the debut show of ID TV’s Who The Bleep Horrible bosses.
Swimming at Villa Hugo by Mary Hanford is an unforgettable read. Memoirs of an American girl in Post-World War II Germany.
The Peach Tree Limb by Jim Dobkins is in 4th printing. About the UCS PRESS founder’s adventures as a boy who lived with eight different sets of parent substitutes, including two foster homes, by the time he was in 8th grade. His father married five times and served six prison terms.
The three-part, masterpiece of a saga – Retreat From Rostov by bestselling author Paul Hughes – was a Random house bestseller in 1943. Although an epic novel, it provides incredible insight into what then was the biggest battle in world history via civilians and military personnel on both sides of the German-Russian conflict. TIME Magazine called it a World War II novel with “enough melodrama to burn out every fuse in Hollywood.”
The Cross and the Crescent by the great Armenian historian Lindy V. Avakian, is a powerful telling from Soghomon Tehlirian’s viewpoint of the Armenian Holocaust in Turkey.
The Hunting Season by Herbert Russcol with Nancy Oehmich-Russcol is a docu-drama based on historical fact. Palestine 1945-1948. The real story from Menachem Begin’s viewpoint.
Into God’s Country by Eric Stogner with Jim Dobkins: Dreams and Visions show a Believer’s passage to Heaven. Georgia Man Writes Book To Help People Conquer Their Fear Of Dying.
We believe Love’s Fragile Flame by Phyllis Caggiano is one of the most dramatic, inspiring, historical novels. Be sure to also read the sequel, Love’s Pilgrimage.
GENESIS Heritage Report series – The Theft of America’s Heritage; Darwinian Delusion; The Submerging Church; and 371 Days That Scarred Our Planet – are in 4th printing. Authors Russ Miller and Jim Dobkins
Tinker Trilogy: The Tinkers’ War by Shelley Ballard. This trilogy is an allegory for the ages. Anyone who reads the epic confrontation between Carl and Clovis in Book One: The Tinker of Petros, will never forget it. One of the most powerful Good vs. Evil confrontations in literature.
Stogner had an incredible dream in which an angel assured him that his cancer-stricken wife, Katie, was soon going to Heaven. He then heard from other people – some of whom he did not know – who told him of dreams and visions they experienced about Katie, one of which was an account of Jesus dancing with Katie in Heaven.
Stogner’s personal dream changed his perception of God from a master inventor who got the gears running like earth was a giant clock then stepped away to let the clock run its course to a God who is in and cares about the details of our lives.
He has a serious sense of urgency to tell – and assure through his own experience – that people do not need to fear death. He is at peace with God and life. Until he had his dream, he believed “things like that only happened way back in Bible times. Now I know things are happening all around us all the time in the spirit world. I can’t tell you the number of Divine interruptions in my life since my dream.”
Into God’s Country is rife with such interventions that happened at the most opportune times.
One of the visions related in the book involved a 10-year-old girl who’d recently visited Mrs. Stogner in hospice. Distraught the day the lady passed on, the girl was lying on the floor of her room looking up at the ceiling. An angel appeared above her. She looked like and talked like “Mrs. Katie.” She said, “Do not be afraid. Heaven is wonderful. I can’t wait to see you here someday.”
She extended her hand down as the girl reached up with her hand and felt a strong, very firm grasp. The grasp had been very weak in hospice, and “Mrs. Katie” looked young and healthy.
The girl wanted to see “Mrs. Katie” again. When the girl awoke the next morning there was a white, stuffed angel bear on her dresser. She still has the bear.
Stogner concluded, “This book is for anyone, no matter what they believe. And if they don’t believe in Heaven, maybe they will after reading Into God’s Country.”