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The Devil Aspect

The Devil Aspect

"A blood-pumping, nerve-shredding thriller--elegant, edgy, ingenious. Craig Russell conjures not one but two unforgettable settings: Prague between the wars, pulsing with menace, and a Gothic mental asylum, as exciting a house of horrors...

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The Price of Honor

The Price of Honor

“[Hackworth is] honest, extremely intelligent, and perhaps the best military leader this country has had since Patton.”  —Philadelphian Inquirer How...

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Olga's Story

Olga's Story

When Canadian journalist Stephanie Williams set out to discover her Russian grandmother’ s long-lost history, what she unearthed was this stunning, sprawling portrait of a life...

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Cagney by Cagney

Cagney by Cagney

This book is for the true fan of James Cagney. Mr. Cagney tells his story as no one can.

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Mrs. Hunter's Happy Death

Mrs. Hunter's Happy Death

What is the secret of people who die contented and fulfilled? What makes it possible for them to attain such spiritual heights as they approach their physical demise? What enables them to make death a completion of life,...

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The Chamber

The Chamber

In the corridors of Chicago's top law firm:Twenty -six-year-old Adam Hall stands on the brink of a brilliant legal career. Now he is risking it all for a death-row killer and an impossible...

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Brotherhood of the Tomb

Brotherhood of the Tomb

This fourth thriller (after The Ninth Buddha) by a pseudonymous British author confirms his rising reputation as a literary writer of well-researched espionage tales. ...

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The Lives and Times of Archy and Mehitabel

The Lives and Times of Archy and Mehitabel

Of all the literary genres, humor has the shortest shelf life—except for Archy and Mehitabel, that is. First published in 1916, it is a classic of American...

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Protestant, Catholic, Jew

Protestant, Catholic, Jew

"The most honored discussion of American religion in mid-twentieth century times is Will Herberg's Protestant-Catholic-Jew. . . . [It] spoke precisely to the mid-century condition...

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Thirteen

Thirteen

Odysseus, the 13th of his group of companions, is the only one to have escaped the devouring appetite of the Cyclops Polyphemus. The ill-fated Apollo 13 mission was launched on April 11, 1970, at...

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Americanism:The Fourth Great Western Religion

Americanism:The Fourth Great Western Religion

What does it mean to “believe” in America? Why do we always speak of our country as having a mission or purpose that is higher than other nations?Modern liberals have...

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Time And Myth

Time And Myth

What is man, apart from the things of his life, apart from loving and fighting and dying?   In his exploration of that fundamental question, John...

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Trinity

Trinity

Bestselling author Joseph Girzone returns to the reflections on his personal spirituality typical of Never Alone and A Portrait of Jesus, his most popular books since the original Joshua....

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A Unit of Water, a Unit of Time

A Unit of Water, a Unit of Time

In a time when racing boats are mass-produced from synthetic materials, a dying breed of craftsman continues to build wooden sailboats of astonishing beauty. Boatbuilding is an ancient...

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The Plant Messiah

The Plant Messiah

"A thrilling and inspirational account of adventures in the botanical world" (Wall Street JournalCarlos Magdalena is not your average horticulturist. He's a man on...

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The Silver Chalice

The Silver Chalice

The latest release in the Christian Epic series is an exciting novel that takes place shortly after Christ's death and resurrection. Basil is called to...

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Street Poison

Street Poison

The first and definitive biography of one of America's bestselling, notorious, and influential writers of the twentieth century: Iceberg Slim, né Robert Beck, author of the multimillion-copy memoir Pimp and...

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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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Language Maven Strikes Again

Language Maven Strikes Again

Good news!  America’s master wordsmith strikes again with a new collection of erudite, witty, provocative, sometimes barbed, frequently hilarious “On Language” columns.  Published in The New York Times and syndicated in more than three hundred...

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Duel Between the First Ironclads

Duel Between the First Ironclads

One was called "a tin can on a shingle"; the other, "a half-submerged crocodile." Yet, on a March day in 1862 in Hampton Roads, Virginia, after a five-hour duel, the U.S.S....

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Supernutrition

Supernutrition

Megavitamin therapy, good foods supplemented by vitamins to improve health and physical well-being. Chapters include Supernutrition Explained, Contraversies in...

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Breaking 100, 90, 80

Breaking 100, 90, 80

Breaking 100, 90, 80 -- Take Your Game to the Next Level Tee Shots: Hitting More FairwaysAccuracy: Dialing in Distance and DirectionPower: Hitting the Ball FartherFairway Shots: Advancing the BallPitch Shots: Mastering the Mini-swingChip Shots: Getting It Close to the HolePutting:...

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There's a Mystery There

There's a Mystery There

An extraordinary, path-breaking, and penetrating book on the life and work and creative inspirations of the great children's book genius Maurice Sendak, who since his death in 2012 has only grown in his stature and recognition...

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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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