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The Age of American Unreason in a Culture of Lies

The Age of American Unreason in a Culture of Lies

NATIONAL BESTSELLERThe prescient and now-classic analysis of the forces of anti-intellectualism in contemporary American life--updated for the era of Trump, Twitter, Breitbart...

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Civil Wars

Civil Wars

A highly original history, tracing the least understood and most intractable form of organized human aggression from Ancient Rome through the centuries to the present day....

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Fifty Shades Freed (Movie Tie-In)

Fifty Shades Freed (Movie Tie-In)

THE OFFICIAL MOVIE TIE-IN EDITION. The major motion picture releases on February 9 in time for Valentine's Day 2018 and is based on volume three of the phenomenal #1 New York Times bestselling...

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My Utmost

My Utmost

Raised as an Evangelical, Macy Halford eventually left Dallas for college and a career in New York City, where she found her life and beliefs evolving in a more secular direction....

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Other People

Other People

Other People is something of a revelation: seventy-plus essays that form neither a miscellany nor a memoir but an intellectually thrilling and emotionally wrenching investigation...

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Recapitulation

Recapitulation

A classic novel from Wallace Stegner, and the "dean of Western writers" (The New York Times) and the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of Angle of Repose and Crossing to Safety--this...

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The World to Come

The World to Come

In The World to Come, Jim Shepard (“Without a doubt the most ambitious story writer in America” —The Daily Beast) traverses both borders...

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Inventing America

Inventing America

From acclaimed historian Garry Wills, author of Lincoln at Gettysburg, a celebrated re-appraisal of the meaning and the source of inspiration of The Declaration of Independence,...

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South and West

South and West

National Bestseller One of the Best Books of the Year: NPR, Harper's BazaarJoan Didion has always kept notebooks—of overheard dialogue, interviews, drafts of essays, copies of articles....

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Number 11

Number 11

Beginning in the early years of this century, Number 11 follows two friends, Alison and Rachel, as they come of age. As the narrative progresses from the...

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House of the Sleeping Beauties and Other Stories

House of the Sleeping Beauties and Other Stories

Three surreal, erotically charged stories from Nobel Prize winner Yasunari Kawabata.   In the three long tales in this collection, Yasunari Kawabata examines...

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Letters to Véra

Letters to Véra

No marriage of a major twentieth-century writer is quite as beguiling as that of Vladimir Nabokov’s to Véra Slonim. She shared his delight at the enchantment...

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The Pentagon Papers

The Pentagon Papers

Drawn from Katharine Graham’s Pulitzer Prize-winning memoir Personal History, a dramatic account of how she piloted the Washington Post through the Pentagon...

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Who Killed Piet Barol?

Who Killed Piet Barol?

One of the Best Books of the Year: Newsday, The Times, The Observer, Mail on Sunday   This “gorgeous treat of a novel” (The Times, Book of the...

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The Big Rock Candy Mountain

The Big Rock Candy Mountain

Bo Mason, his wife, Elsa, and their two boys live a transient life of poverty and despair. Drifing from town to town and from state to state, the violent, ruthless Bo seeks outhis fortune--in...

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Darker

Darker

E L James revisits the world of Fifty Shades with a deeper and darker take on the love story that has enthralled millions of readers around the globe.   Their...

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How America Lost Its Secrets

How America Lost Its Secrets

A powerful exposé that calls into question Edward Snowden's hero status and uncovers how vulenerable our national security systems have become.Edward...

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Island People

Island People

This masterwork of travel literature and history provides a kaleidoscopic portrait of the Caribbean and illuminates its fierce grip on the world's imagination.From...

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No Man's Land

No Man's Land

1918: The end of the war to end all wars. The end of an era for victors and vanquished alike.When Germany launched the Ludendorf Offensives—the most massive military bombardment...

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Collusion

Collusion

#1 NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER   “[Collusion] is invaluable in collating the overwhelming evidence of a web of relationships between the Kremlin, Trump and members of Trump’s...

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Building Art

Building Art

Here, from Pulitzer Prize–winning critic Paul Goldberger, is the first full-fledged critical biography of Frank Gehry, undoubtedly the most famous architect of our time. Goldberger...

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Home Sweet Home

Home Sweet Home

From the widely praised author of the FBI Special Agent Ana Grey series and A Star for Mrs. Blake, this riveting epic drama follows the Kusek family from New York City...

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Kenneth Clark

Kenneth Clark

Throughout his brilliant, multifaceted career as a scholar and patron of the arts, Kenneth Clark, later Lord Clark of Saltwood worked tirelessly to bring art to the people. Born in 1903...

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Thus Bad Begins

Thus Bad Begins

In Madrid, 1980, five years after Franco's death, Juan de Vere takes a job assisting Eduardo Muriel, a film director in the twilight of his career. Muriel is eccentric but...

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