Books by Thomas C. Reeves

Released: Nov. 1, 1999

"If you want to learn about contemporary cultural conservatism, start here; if you—re interested in the nation's past, skip Twentieth-Century America. (30 halftones)"
From the author of The Empty Church (1996) comes another ideology-saturated piece of propaganda masquerading as history. Read full book review >
Released: Oct. 14, 1996

"Mainline churches may be dying, but they deserve a more intelligent eulogy than Reeves can provide."
Possibly the most slanted, conservative take on American church history to appear in recent memory. Read full book review >
Released: May 8, 1991

"For a truly searing discussion of the character issue, see Garry Wills's The Kennedy Imprisonment (1982), not this superficial treatment focused so exclusively on adultery and the inherited sins of founding father Joe."
Twice-told tales of JFK's alleged womanizing and his domination by lecherous, ruthless father Joseph Kennedy. Read full book review >