Blond bomb-thrower Ann Coulter is returning to the publishing house that started it all for the New York Times best-selling critic of liberal politicians.

Washington-based Regnery Publishing Inc. told Secrets Monday that Coulter has signed a two-book deal, with the first set to be released in the fall.

"We are thrilled that Ann is coming home to Regnery," said the publisher's president, Marji Ross. Coulter hit it big when she slapped former President Clinton around in her 1998 Regnery hit "High Crimes and Misdemeanors: The Case Against Bill Clinton."

Coulter said that in her next books she will have her acid pen pointed at Democrats. "Brace yourselves, liberals," she said.

Regnery promised a change to Coulter's recent book titles. "We can definitely tell you now it won't have a one word title," said a spokesman.

Coulter joins a long Regnery list of best-selling conservatives such as David Limbaugh. "We are the perfect match -not only do we share the same conservative values, but we're also passionate about the issues affecting all Americans. Most importantly, neither Regnery or Ann is afraid to call out those trying to take our nation down the wrong path," said Ross.

"I don't know how Regnery has gotten on all these years without me, but I'm so happy to be back!" said Coulter.