Tag Archive for Secrecy & Privilege

Parry Book Deals Coming to an End

From Journalist Robert Parry: The holiday specials for buying my books – free postage and a second book for a nickel – are coming to an end on Jan. 20. So, now is a great time to buy my new book, “America’s Stolen Narrative.”

Get a Second Book for a Nickel!

From Journalist Robert Parry: You can get one of my earlier books, either Secrecy & Privilege or Neck Deep, for only a nickel when you buy my new book, America’s Stolen Narrative, through the Consortiumnews.com Web site. And shipping is free.

Emptying the Book Warehouse

From Robert Parry: Some readers have urged me to write a new book, expanding on our investigative journalism over the past five years. But before I can start, I need to reduce the stockpile of my last two books – Secrecy & Privilege and Neck Deep. So we are offering them at the lowest price yet.

Help in Our Book Spring Cleaning

From Editor Robert Parry: We’re trying to reduce our stockpiles of books and reach our goal for the spring fundraiser. You can help in both while also getting important facts out to a broader public.

Last Chance for 3-Book Set at $29

From Robert Parry: Because of rising shipping costs, we will soon discontinue the special offer of the three-book set – Lost History, Secrecy & Privilege and Neck Deep – at the deep discount price of only $29 for all three, postage included.

Help Us with the 3-Book Set

From Robert Parry: As part of our effort to clear out warehouse space and distribute the valuable journalism we have done over the years, we are offering the three-book set – Lost History, Secrecy & Privilege and Neck Deep – at the deep discount price of only $29 for all three, postage included.

Split Cartons Great for Book Clubs

Some readers have told us that our 50/50 split cartons of Secrecy & Privilege and Neck Deep are great for book clubs, with 14 copies of each book costing only $59 for the entire box (postage included for U.S. orders), or just over $2 per book. At that discount price, the full boxes of books (28…