For the second week in a row, Jack Cashill’s “Ron Brown’s Body: How One Man’s Death Saved the Clinton Presidency and Hillary’s Future,” the book about the mysterious death of the former Commerce secretary and head of the Democratic National Committee, is riding high among the nation’s best-sellers.
The book is currently the No. 4 non-fiction best-seller at Amazon.com – ahead of such high-profile big releases as “Plan of Attack,” by Bob Woodward, “Against All Enemies” by Richard Clarke and “Rewriting History” by Dick Morris.
“Ron Brown’s Body” is a new release from WND Books, a partnership of WorldNetDaily and Thomas Nelson Publishers.
Last week, sparked by an appearance on C-Span by Cashill, “Ron Brown’s Body” rose to No. 2 on Amazon’s non-fiction best-sellers list. It is has also been as high as No. 2 on BestBlackBooks.com’s top 100, the definitive best-seller list for black-themed books.
Cashill makes a powerful case that in the run-up to the 1996 election, the media reflexively overlooked the mysterious circumstances of Brown’s death and TWA Flight 800’s demise – the subject of his previous book, with James Sanders, “First Strike” – lest their investigations jeopardize Bill Clinton’s re-election.
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