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Illiterate America

Illiterate America

It is startling and it is shaming: in a country that prides itself on being among the most enlightened in the world, 25 million American adults cannot read the poison warnings on a can of pesticide,...

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The Blackbird Papers

The Blackbird Papers

A rainy night . . . A stranded motorist . . . A Good Samaritan passerby … a Nobel Prize–winning professor . . . The setup for a shocking murder designed to cover up an even more sinister crime...

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Under the Beetle's Cellar

Under the Beetle's Cellar

The author and heroine of The Red  Scream return in a novel so terrifying, so  filled with squirming suspense, it's bound for the  bestseller lists. When Kirkus  Reviews...

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A Slip of the Keyboard

A Slip of the Keyboard

Terry Pratchett has won the hearts and minds of readers around the globe with his bestselling Discworld series of novels. But what his many fans may not realize is that he has been writing nonfiction throughout...

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Promised Lands

Promised Lands

Elizabeth Crook's vast yet intimate novel of the Texas Revolution takes us beyond the traditional setpieces of the Alamo and San Jacinto to the other places where the war was fought—to...

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Black Flags

Black Flags

WINNER OF THE 2016 PULITZER PRIZE FOR GENERAL NONFICTION“A Best Book of 2015”—The New York Times, The Washington PostPeople Magazine, San Francisco Chronicle, Kansas City...

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In the Name of Profit

In the Name of Profit

Said One Executive: “Why should my conscience bother me?”Here are dramatic true stories of executives whose desire for profit leads them into shameful decisions. Naming actual...

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The Partner

The Partner

They watched Danilo Silva for days before they finally grabbed him. He was living alone, a quiet life on a shady street in Brazil; a simple life in a modest home,...

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Daughter of Darkness

Daughter of Darkness

After Rulers of Darkness, Kirkus Reviews proclaimed, “Spruill has a grip on the medical suspense/horror novel far firmer than Robin Cook’s,” while Library Journal stated,...

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Sure Thing Options

Sure Thing Options

In recent years, record-breaking stock volume plus major new trading vehicles such as stock index futures contracts and options on futures have made Wall Street history. ...

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The Color of A Dog Running Away

The Color of A Dog Running Away

When I opened the door of the flat there was a picture postcard lying in the hallway. It showed a reproduction of a painting by Joan Miró. I turned the card over. Neatly written, in green ink, was...

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Fifty Shades of Grey

Fifty Shades of Grey

MORE THAN 100 MILLION COPIES SOLD WORLDWIDESOON TO BE A MAJOR MOTION PICTURENow in hardcover, with a silk ribbon marker and printed endpapers, the first volume of the New...

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From Conception to Birth

From Conception to Birth

The splendor and beauty of a child’s growth and development in the womb--seen through unforgettable images made possible by revolutionary advances in visualization technologyWhat’s...

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The World of Poo

The World of Poo

A charming tale for people of all ages (but especially for young Sam Vimes) from the pen of Miss Felicity Beedle, Discworld's premier children's author. From Snuff:...

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The Waiting Room

The Waiting Room

Mary Morris, the acclaimed author of Nothing to Declare, the remarkable journal of a woman traveling alone, now brings us an absorbing and evocative novel of healing...

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Dexter Is Delicious

Dexter Is Delicious

America’s most-read, most-watched, and most­ beloved serial killer—Dexter Morgan—is back. After selling more than one million copies and inspiring the wildly popular...

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The Lost Symbol: Special Illustrated Edition

The Lost Symbol: Special Illustrated Edition

The most explosive bestseller of 2009 . . .Over 5 million copies sold . . .Now available in a beautifully illustrated gift edition just in time for the holidays!   Dan...

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Believeniks!

Believeniks!

Critic Ivan Felt and poet Harris Conklin are the Don Quixote and Sancho Panza of baseball fandom. Or, perhaps, the Felix and Oscar of baseball fandom. Or the Pollock and de Kooning. Or the Bugs and Daffy.The...

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Sinatra

Sinatra

Just in time for the Chairman’s centennial, the endlessly absorbing sequel to James Kaplan’s bestselling Frank: The Voice—which completes the definitive biography...

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Seeing is Believing

Seeing is Believing

Infidelity, blackmail, unrequited love, and sexual perversion are the dirty little secrets that come to light in the staid English village of Raneswood when an amateur...

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Rich People Problems

Rich People Problems

NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLERKevin Kwan, bestselling author of Crazy Rich Asians (soon to be a MAJOR MOTION PICTURE starring Constance Wu, Henry...

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Orphans of the Carnival

Orphans of the Carnival

From the Booker short-listed author of Jamrach's Menagerie comes the extraordinary, moving, and unsettling tale of a woman, branded a freak from birth, who becomes an international sensation but...

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The Other Side: Growing up Italian in America

The Other Side: Growing up Italian in America

The Other Side is a sensitive, candid portrait of an immigrant culture from a third-generation perspective. Vincent Panella portrays his family in Italian villages and American...

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After the Fall

After the Fall

“That’s the thing about falling.  It doesn’t go on indefinitely, and it rarely ends well . . . ”  In her page-turning fiction debut, neuropsychologist Kylie Ladd...

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