Two Tallahassee Authors Make NYT Best Sellers List

Two Tallahassee Authors Make NYT Best Sellers List

The recent literary efforts of two authors based in Tallahassee have made the New York Times Best Sellers list during the same week.

Peter Schweizer’s Blood Money debuted at No.1 three weeks ago, fell to No. 2 last week and has now reclaimed the top spot in week 3 of the release.

Schweizer founded the Government Accountability Institute (GAI) and his books have appeared onthe New York Times bestseller list eight times, including for “Red Handed: How American Elites Get Rich Helping China Win,” as well as “Profiles in Corruption,” “Secret Empires,” and “Clinton Cash,” all bestsellers.

For Blood Money, Schweizer and his team of forensic investigators spent more than two years scouring a trove of restricted Chinese military documents, data-mining a mountain of American financial records, and tracking US political lead­ers’ investments and family businesses.

Schweizer exposes the Chinese Communist Party’s covert operations in the American drug trade, social justice movement, and medical establishment to sow chaos and deca­dence in the United States.

Don Yaeger’s work on Elevate and Dominate: 21 Ways to Win On and Off the Field is a collaborative effort with Deion Sanders. The book debuted at No. 3 this week.

Elevate and Dominate is a “playbook of inspiring personal stories, winning strategies, and the motivation required to help us ‘elevate and dominate’ in all aspects of our lives.”

Yaeger posted on social media, “INCREDIBLY EXCITING NEWS!! All of the effort Coach Prime put into promoting Elevate & Dominate last week paid dividends and we just received news from the publisher that it is #3 on The New York Times Best-Sellers list.”

Yaeger has made the NYT Best-Sellers list 12 times.

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