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A Million Little Pieces

A Million Little Pieces

A story of drug and alcohol abuse and rehabilitation as it has never been told before. Recounted in visceral, kinetic prose, and crafted with a forthrightness that rejects piety, cynicism, and self-pity, it brings us face-to-face with a...

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Americana

Americana

Harley-Davidson bikers . . . Grand Canyon river rats. . . Mormon archaeologists . . . Spelling bee prodigies . . . For more than fifteen years, best-selling author and historian Hampton Sides...

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Bush Versus the Environment

Bush Versus the Environment

Since becoming president, George W. Bush has walked away from the Kyoto Protocol, pushed for oil drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, undermined protections for endangered species and wilderness, and retreated...

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Sapogonia

Sapogonia

In Sapogonia, edited and revised for its Anchor publication, Ana Castillo confronts the complex issues of race and identity facing those of mixed heritage...

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Surfacing

Surfacing

From the #1 New York Times bestselling author of The Handmaid's TalePart detective novel, part psychological thriller, Surfacing...

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The General vs. the President

The General vs. the President

At the height of the Korean War, President Harry S. Truman committed a gaffe that sent shock waves around the world, when he suggested that General Douglas MacArthur, the willful,...

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Answers to Distraction

Answers to Distraction

The book that answers your questions about ADD—now revised and updated  The bestseeling authors of Driven to Distraction respond to the most frequently asked questions about...

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The Little Girls

The Little Girls

In 1914, three eleven-year-old girls buried a box in a thicket on the coast of England, shortly before World War I sent their lives on divergent paths. Nearly fifty years...

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The Daydreamer

The Daydreamer

A delightful literary foray for adults and children alike, from the inexhaustible imagination of Booker Prize-winning, best-selling author Ian McEwan. In these seven exquisitely...

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There Are No Children Here

There Are No Children Here

This is the moving and powerful account of two  remarkable boys struggling to survive in Chicago's  Henry Horner Homes, a public housing complex  disfigured...

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Thumbsucker

Thumbsucker

This eighties-centric, Ritalin-fueled, pitch-perfect comic novel by a writer to watch brings energy and originality to the classic Midwestern coming-of-age story.Meet Justin...

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Boogers, Witches, and Haints: Appalachian Ghost Stories

Boogers, Witches, and Haints: Appalachian Ghost Stories

A collection of spine-tingling Appalachian ghost stories and tall tales passed down from generation to generation.  Whether they tell of faucets that drip blood, monster...

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Lucking Out

Lucking Out

"How lucky I was, arriving in New York just as everything was about to go to hell.”That would be in the autumn of 1972, when a very young and green James Wolcott arrived from Maryland, full of literary dreams,...

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Public Library and Other Stories

Public Library and Other Stories

Why are books so very powerful? What do the books we’ve read over our lives—our own personal libraries—make of us? What does the unraveling of our tradition of...

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The O. Henry Prize Stories 2002

The O. Henry Prize Stories 2002

Established early in the last century as a memorial to the great American short story master O. Henry, throughout its history this annual collection has consistently...

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Don't Move

Don't Move

Called to the hospital when his fifteen-year-old daughter, Angela, is injured in a potentially fatal accident, a prominent surgeon sits and waits, silently confessing...

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More Than You Know

More Than You Know

It all comes down to love or money in a harrowing custody battle over a little girl, set against the glossy backdrop of the magazine and advertising worlds in 1960s London....

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The Baseball Codes

The Baseball Codes

An insider’s look at baseball’s unwritten rules, explained with examples from the game’s most fascinating characters and wildest historical moments.   Everyone knows that baseball is a...

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A Million Nightingales

A Million Nightingales

From National Book Award finalist Susan Straight comes a haunting historical novel about a Louisiana slave girl's perilous journey to freedom.Daughter of an African mother...

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Lili

Lili

Like so many of her young compatriots, Lili Lin lives on the margins of society–she has been jailed for “having a corrupt lifestyle and hooliganism,”...

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The Revolving Door of Life

The Revolving Door of Life

Excitement abounds when the revolving door of life brings fresh faces and hilarious new developments to the residents of 44 Scotland Street.Things are...

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Beloved Emma

Beloved Emma

From her humble beginnings as the daughter of a countryside blacksmith, Emy Lyon went on to claim the undying love of naval hero Admiral Nelson, England’s most famous...

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Hark! The Herald Angels Scream

Hark! The Herald Angels Scream

Eighteen stories of Christmas horror from bestselling, acclaimed authors including Scott Smith, Seanan McGuire, Josh Malerman, Michael Koryta, Sarah Pinborough, and many more.That...

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Before Their Time

Before Their Time

in this memoir of his experiences as a teenage infantryman in the US Third Army during World War II, Kotlowitz brings to life the harrowing story of the massacre of his platoon in northeastern...

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