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Life Deluxe

Life Deluxe

The final chapter in the electrifying Stockholm Noir Trilogy, which has been translated into more than thirty languages worldwide: here is the no-holds-barred, rapid-fire tale of a supreme struggle for the...

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FAMILY NIGHT

FAMILY NIGHT

*Winner of the PEN American/Ernest Hemingway Foundation Special Citation* Family Night cracks open one American family and shows us the values—and...

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Every Employee's Guide to the Law

Every Employee's Guide to the Law

Covering every aspect of employment from the job interview to post-employment benefits, this invaluable resource focuses on employee rights guaranteed by law and...

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Landscapes of Fear

Landscapes of Fear

To be human is to experience fear, but what is it exactly that makes us fearful? Here is one geographer’s striking exploration of our landscapes of fear as they change throughout...

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The Lover

The Lover

An international best-seller with more than one million copies in print and a winner of France's Prix Goncourt, The Lover has been acclaimed by critics all over the world since its first publication...

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The Happy Life

The Happy Life

By Australia’s greatest contemporary author, an elegant, succinct meditation on what makes for a happy life. ;-)“Happiness surely is among the simplest of human...

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Moanin' at Midnight

Moanin' at Midnight

Howlin’ Wolf was a musical giant in every way. He stood six foot three, weighed almost three hundred pounds, wore size sixteen shoes, and poured out his darkest sorrows onstage in...

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Manufacturing Consent

Manufacturing Consent

In this pathbreaking work, now with a new introduction, Edward S. Herman and Noam Chomsky show that, contrary to the usual image of the news media as cantankerous, obstinate,...

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Good-bye, Chunky Rice

Good-bye, Chunky Rice

This here be the first ever “graphical novel book” by Craig Thompson. It was winnning a Harvey Award, no less. It documentates the once upon a time in our fishing...

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Dam!

Dam!

A vivid account of America’s first environmental cause célèbre, which illuminates our attitudes toward fundamental questions of growth, development, and our place...

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Shoplifter

Shoplifter

Corrina Park used to have big plans. Studying English literature in college, she imagined writing a successful novel and leading the idealized life of an author. But she’s...

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Too Many Songs by Tom Lehrer

Too Many Songs by Tom Lehrer

The subversive songs of Tom Lehrer, the sardonic piano-wielding fugitive from Harvard, have corrupted generations of Americans since he first began recording and performing in the 1950s. His uniquely depraved wit has been forced again on an unsuspecting public' via Tom Foolery, the stage revue based on his ever-trenchant observation of the American scene. This new songbook, with old favorites unavailable for years as well as never-published...

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Substrate

Substrate

In a review of Jim Powell’s first book, Thom Gunn praised his poetry for tapping “a subject matter that is endless and important . . . achieved in the poem, so we grasp it as we...

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House of Leaves

House of Leaves

Years ago, when House of Leaves was first being passed around, it was nothing more than a badly bundled heap of paper, parts of which would occasionally surface on the Internet....

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Building Stories

Building Stories

The New York Times Book Review, Top 10 Book of the YearTime Magazine, Top Ten Fiction Book of the YearPublishers Weekly, Best Book of the Year2013 Lynd Ward Prize, Best Graphic Novel of the Year4-time 2013 Eisner Award Winner, including Best Publication, Best Writer/Artist and Best Graphic AlbumNewsday,...

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The Righteous Mind

The Righteous Mind

Why can’t our political leaders work together as threats loom and problems mount? Why do people so readily assume the worst about the motives of their fellow citizens? In The...

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Wicked River

Wicked River

From award-winning journalist Lee Sandlin comes a riveting look at one of the most colorful, dangerous, and peculiar places in America’s historical landscape: the strange, wonderful, and mysterious...

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Cancer Vixen

Cancer Vixen

The groundbreaking graphic memoir that inspires breast cancer patients to fight backand do so with style. “What happens when a shoe-crazy, lipstick-obsessed, wine-swilling, pasta-slurping, fashion-fanatic, about-to-get-married big-city girl cartoonist...

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Prayer In Practice

Prayer In Practice

Monsignor Guardini’s book is first and foremost an introduction to prayer, but an introduction produced by a master. He anticipates the problems that will arise at...

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Somebody Else's Century

Somebody Else's Century

From one of our foremost experts on Asia and its history comes this brilliant dissection of the relationship between East and West.  In three succinct essays, Patrick...

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That's How I Roll

That's How I Roll

Andrew Vachss, the master of hard-boiled fiction, returns with a deeply revealing new novel about an assassin whose love forced him to kill his own conscience.Esau Till’s race...

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13 Bankers

13 Bankers

Even after the ruinous financial crisis of 2008, America is still beset by the depredations of an oligarchy that is now bigger, more profitable, and more resistant to regulation than ever. Anchored by six megabanks—Bank...

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The Book of Heaven

The Book of Heaven

From the author of the classic travel memoir Dinner with Persephone, an accomplished poet, and frequent contributor to The New York Review of Books, here is an eagerly anticipated, stunningly original...

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We Are the Stories We Tell

We Are the Stories We Tell

A collection of 26 of the finest stories by the finest women writers tocome out of the U.S. and Canada in the past 50 years. Authors include Ann Beattie, Ann Tyler,...

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