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The Unicorn Hunt

The Unicorn Hunt

With the bravura storytelling and pungent authenticity of detail she brought to her acclaimed Lymond Chronicles, Dorothy Dunnett, grande dame of the historical novel, presents The...

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Thick as Thieves

Thick as Thieves

TO: Mr. BoyceFROM: Tina SUBJECT: Prager jobPRIORITY: High THE SCORE:$100 million in black money from Curtis Prager, hedge fund titan turned international criminal banker.  A hard target, but a team of seasoned pros...

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Veronica

Veronica

Alison and Veronica meet amid the nocturnal glamour of 1980s New York: One is a young model stumbling away from the wreck of her career, the other an eccentric middle-aged...

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Faster

Faster

From the bestselling, National Book Award-nominated author of Genius and Chaos, a bracing new work about the accelerating pace of change in today's world.Most...

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The Last Survivor

The Last Survivor

In The Last Survivor, journalist Timothy Ryback explores the surprising--and often disturbing--ways the citizens of Dachau go about their lives in a city the rest...

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A Marker to Measure Drift

A Marker to Measure Drift

A hypnotic, spellbinding novel set in Greece and Africa, where a young Liberian woman reckons with a haunted past.  On a remote island in the Aegean, Jacqueline is living alone...

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Runaway Horses

Runaway Horses

Yukio Mishima’s Runaway Horses is the second novel in his masterful tetralogy, The Sea of Fertility. Again we encounter Shigekuni Honda, who narrates this epic tale of what...

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History on Trial

History on Trial

WITH A NEW INTRODUCTION"A deeply informed, balanced, and compelling book." --Los Angeles TimesIn History on Trial, authors Gary B. Nash,...

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Babylon Rolling

Babylon Rolling

Ariel May and her husband, Ed, have just moved to New Orleans with their two small children. Their neighbor, Fearius, is a fifteen-year-old just out of juvenile detention. Across the...

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Enchanted Night

Enchanted Night

From the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of Martin Dressler comes a stunningly original new book set in a Connecticut town over one incredible summer night. The delicious cast of characters includes...

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Texaco

Texaco

"Chamoiseau is a writer who has the sophistication of the modern novelist, and it is from that position (as an heir of Joyce and Kafka) that he holds out his hand to the oral prehistory of literature."--Milan...

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Child Care Today

Child Care Today

Penelope Leach, the universally admired author of the best-selling classic Your Baby and Child, diagnoses the state of child care in America and the world today. Who is caring for...

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The Leopard

The Leopard

In this electrifying new addition to Jo Nesbø’s internationally acclaimed series, Harry Hole must confront the darkest demons in his city—and in himself. Inspector...

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One for the Road

One for the Road

"A high-spirited, comic ramble into the savage Outback populated by irreverent, beer-guzzling frontiersmen." --Chicago Tribune"A fascinating insight into what we're all about on the highways and byways along...

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Southern Selves

Southern Selves

  The memoirist seek to capture not just a self but an entire world, and in this marvelous anthology thirty-one of the South's finest writers—writers like Kaye Gibbons and Reynolds...

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The Double Bind

The Double Bind

When Laurel Estabrook is attacked while riding her bicycle through Vermont’s back roads, her life is forever changed. Formerly outgoing, Laurel withdraws into her photography,...

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Nostalgia

Nostalgia

This stunning Civil War novel from best-selling author Dennis McFarland brings us the journey of a nineteen-year-old private, abandoned by his comrades in the Wilderness,...

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The Nature of Blood

The Nature of Blood

A German Jewish girl whose life is destroyed by the atrocities of World War II . . . her uncle, who undermines the sureties of his own life in order to fight for Israeli statehood ....

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The Beauty of the Husband

The Beauty of the Husband

The Beauty Of The Husband is an essay on Keats’s idea that beauty is truth, and is also the story of a marriage. It is told in 29 tangos. A tango (like a marriage) is something...

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The Tattoo Artist

The Tattoo Artist

In 1970, Sara Ehrenreich boards a small plane and returns to New York City with much fanfare; she will be featured in Life magazine. She has not left Ta'un'uu–the South Seas island upon which...

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Born to Rebel

Born to Rebel

A New York Times Notable Book of the Year"An important and valuable study that will define research agendas for years to come. It is also hugely fun to read."--Boston GlobeWhy do people raised in...

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Mountain Man Dance Moves

Mountain Man Dance Moves

If a mountain man felt compelled to dance, how would he do it? If koala bears could talk, what would they say? And what’s the right pickup line, if you’re a necrophiliac? (Maybe “I’m pretty sure I’m not going to get you pregnant.”)...

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