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Rep. Tom Tancredo’s “In Mortal Danger,” published by WND Books, has returned to the No. 1 spot at ShopNetDaily.
The Colorado congressman, a long-time immigration-reform leader, warns that like the great and mighty empires of the past – superpowers that once stretched from horizon to horizon – America is heading down the road to ruin unless we protect our borders, language and culture.
ShopNetDaily is WND’s own internal store, stocked with books and other products published by, created by or handpicked by the company’s marketing team.
Meanwhile, No. 1 for an eighth straight week on the best-seller list at WND Book Service is Ann Coulter’s latest, “Godless: The Church of Liberalism,” said to be the pundit’s most controversial – and entertaining – book ever.
Here then are the ShopNetDaily top sellers for June 25 to July 2.
- “In Mortal Danger”
By Tom Tancredo
- “Breach of Trust”
By Tom A. Coburn
- “Lost Legend of the Great Pyramid – The Pillar of Enoch”
- “The Forbidden Book” (DVD)
- “The Marketing of Evil”
By David Kupelian
- “Mysteries of the Dead Sea Scrolls”
By Yacov Rambsel
- “The Kinsey Corruption: An Expose’ on the Most Influential Scientist of Our Time”
By Susan Brinkman
- “Brotherhood of Darkness”
By Dr. Stanley Monteith
- “Can One Person Make a Difference?”
By Charles R. Swindoll
- “Godless: The Church of Liberalism”
By Ann Coulter
- “The Politically Incorrect Guide to Islam (and the Crusades)”
By Robert Spencer
By Jed Babbin and Edward Timperlake
- “How the Catholic Church Built Western Civilization”
By Thomas Woods, Jr.
- “The Life and Religion of Mohammed”
By J.L. Menezes
- “Is Jesus Our Only Savior?”
By James R. Edwards
By Paul Sperry
- “The God That Did Not Fail”
By Robert Royal
- “The Conspiracy of Ignorance”
By Martin L. Gross
- “On Classical Economics”
By Thomas Sowell
This list does not include WND’s two sister publications – Whistleblower magazine and Joseph Farah’s G2 Bulletin – always among the best-selling products in ShopNetDaily. If you’re not subscribing to these two great companions to WND, you’re missing out on the best monthly magazine and the best weekly, online intelligence newsletter in the world.