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The Keys to the Kingdom

The Keys to the Kingdom

The United States is in a war. This war is not fought with missiles and bullets, but with dollars, yen, and deutsche marks. This is a war for dominance in the global marketplace,...

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Cantor's Dilemma

Cantor's Dilemma

When Professor Isidore Cantor reveals his latest breakthrough in cancer research, his promising research fellow, Dr. Jeremiah Stafford, has only to conduct the...

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The Four Temperaments

The Four Temperaments

The spellbinding story of a father and son, both married, who fall in love with the same alluring ballerina. Oscar Kornblatt has been a first violinist with the New York City Ballet for so many years that...

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Sycamore Row

Sycamore Row

John Grisham takes you back to where it all began . . . John Grisham's A Time to Kill is one of the most popular novels of our time. Now we return to that famous courthouse in...

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The Underground Railroad (National Book Award Winner) (Oprah's Book Club)

The Underground Railroad (National Book Award Winner) (Oprah's Book Club)

The National Book Award Winner and #1 New York Times bestseller from Colson Whitehead, a magnificent tour de force chronicling a young slave's adventures as she makes a desperate bid for...

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Fearless Golf

Fearless Golf

A detailed plan for conquering the FEAR that sabotages swings and ruins psyches, from the pioneering psychologist whose techniques have benefited Davis Love III, Justin Leonard, and numerous other...

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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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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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The Complete Training of Horse and Rider

The Complete Training of Horse and Rider

For over a quarter of a century, Colonel Alois Podhajsky was the Director of the Spanish Riding School in Vienna, home of the famous white Lipizzaner stallions...

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Mandela, Mobutu, and Me

Mandela, Mobutu, and Me

In this stunning memoir, veteran Washington Post correspondent Lynne Duke takes readers on a wrenching but riveting journey through Africa during the pivotal 1990s and brilliantly...

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The Promise

The Promise

A portion of the proceeds from the book will go to the Oral Lee Brown Foundation. To learn more about the Oral Lee Brown Foundation please visit www.oralleebrownfoundation.com.In the bestselling tradition of The Pact...

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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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Interior Darkness

Interior Darkness

A MONUMENTAL COLLECTION OF SHORT FICTION FROM ACCLAIMED MASTER OF HORROR AND NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLING AUTHOR PETER STRAUB“Peter Straub brilliantly defies and...

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The Inner Game of Music

The Inner Game of Music

By the best-selling co-author of Inner Tennis, here's a book designed to help  musicians overcome obstacles, help improve  concentration,...

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The Sleepwalker

The Sleepwalker

From the New York Times bestselling author of The Guest Room comes a spine-tingling novel of lies, loss, and buried desire—the mesmerizing story of a wife and mother...

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Is It Good for the Jews?

Is It Good for the Jews?

In 2005, two then-officials of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee were indicted for handing over classified information to a foreign power. That the power in question was assumed to be...

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Walking with Jack

Walking with Jack

A long-standing promise from a father to his five-year-old son . . .A poignant diary that chronicles the journeyWhen Don Snyder was teaching the game of golf to his young son,...

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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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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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The Mountain of the Women

The Mountain of the Women

In an irresistible tale of a life lived fully, if not always wisely, Liam Clancy, of the legendary Irish group the Clancy Brothers, describes his eventful journey from a small town in Ireland in the 1930s into the heart of the...

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The Lost Symbol

The Lost Symbol

In this stunning follow-up to the global phenomenon The Da Vinci Code, Dan Brown demonstrates once again why he is the world's most popular thriller writer. The Lost Symbol is a masterstroke of storytelling—a...

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The Jewish Mothers' Hall of Fame

The Jewish Mothers' Hall of Fame

Bernstein interviewed 25 mothers of Jewish people, including Clara Sussman, mother of Rosalyn Yalow, a Nobel Medalist in medicine. Like other mothers in the book,...

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Dark Money

Dark Money

Why is America living in an age of profound economic inequality? Why, despite the desperate need to address climate change, have even modest environmental efforts been defeated again and again? Why have protections...

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The Grand Tour

The Grand Tour

A bitingly funny, smart and moving road novel about two hapless lost souls—an alcoholic Vietnam veteran turned bestselling author, and his awkward, shy college student superfan—who...

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