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King, Queen, Knave

King, Queen, Knave

The novel is the story of Dreyer, a wealthy and boisterous proprietor of a men's clothing emporium store.  Ruddy, self-satisfied, and thoroughly masculine, he is perfectly...

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The Information

The Information

A New York Times Notable BookLos Angeles Times and Cleveland Plain Dealer Best Book of the YearWinner of the PEN/E. O. Wilson Literary Science Writing AwardFrom...

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Behold the Spirit

Behold the Spirit

Just as groundbreaking today as it was when it first appeared, Behold the Spirit is philosopher Alan Watts’s timeless argument for the place of mystical...

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Something Is Out There

Something Is Out There

In these eleven unforgettable stories, Richard Bausch plumbs the depths of familial and marital estrangement, the gulfs between friends and lovers, the fragility...

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Eva Braun

Eva Braun

From one of Germany’s leading young historians, the first comprehensive biography of Eva Braun, Hitler’s devoted mistress, finally wife, and the hidden First...

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Duke of Deception

Duke of Deception

Duke Wolff was a flawless specimen of the American clubman -- a product of Yale and the OSS, a one-time fighter pilot turned aviation engineer. Duke Wolff was a failure...

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The Room and the Chair

The Room and the Chair

A ridiculed night editor for a prestigious newspaper.An overburdened nuclear engineer.A female fighter pilot.A religiously impassioned young reporter. A sergeant major thrust into the responsibilities...

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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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Growth of the Soil

Growth of the Soil

The story of an elemental existence in rural Norway.

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Freedom Rising

Freedom Rising

In this luminous portrait of wartime Washington, Ernest B. Furgurson–author of the widely acclaimed Chancellorsville 1863, Ashes of Glory, and Not War but Murder--brings...

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Find a Victim

Find a Victim

Las Cruces wasn’t a place most travelers would think to stop. But after Lew Archer plays the good samaritan and picks up a bloodied hitchhiker, he finds himself...

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The Unfinished Novel and Other Stories

The Unfinished Novel and Other Stories

In this vital and heartbreaking collection of stories, Valerie Martin, the bestselling author of Mary Reilly and the internationally acclaimed Property, turns...

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Pretty Little Dirty

Pretty Little Dirty

Lisa sees the life of her gorgeous best friend Celeste as just about perfect: she has a gigantic house, two older sisters to coach her through the hazards of high...

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The Moonlight Sonata at the Mayo Clinic

The Moonlight Sonata at the Mayo Clinic

This taut yet lyrical memoir tells of the author’s experience with a baffling illness poised to take her sight, and gives a deeply felt meditation on vulnerability and on what it means...

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The Rise and Fall of the Great Powers

The Rise and Fall of the Great Powers

About national and international power in the "modern" or Post Renaissance period. Explains how the various powers have risen and fallen over the 5 centuries since the formation...

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The Tragedy of Mister Morn

The Tragedy of Mister Morn

For the first time in English, Vladimir Nabokov’s earliest major work, written when he was only twenty-four: his only full-length play, introduced by Thomas Karshan and beautifully...

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Shiksa Goddess

Shiksa Goddess

Celebrated playwright and magnetic wit Wendy Wasserstein has been firmly rooted in New York’s cultural life since her childhood of Broadway matinees, but her appeal is universal. Shiksa Goddess...

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Pulse

Pulse

In these fourteen brilliant stories, the Man Booker Prize-winning author of The Sense of an Ending examines longing and loss, friendship and love, the historical...

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Sleeping with the Enemy

Sleeping with the Enemy

This explosive narrative reveals for the first time the shocking hidden years of Coco Chanel’s life: her collaboration with the Nazis in Paris, her affair with a master...

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Birdy

Birdy

Hailed upon its publication as "a classic for readers not yet born" (Philadelphia Inquirer), Birdy is an inventive, hypnotic novel about friendship and family,...

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America in 1492

America in 1492

When Columbus landed in 1492, the New World was far from being a vast expanse of empty wilderness: it was home to some seventy-five million people. They ranged from the...

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A Fine Place to Daydream

A Fine Place to Daydream

Twenty-five years after Laughing in the Hills, his racetrack classic, Bill Barich tells the story of how he fell in love and found a new life in Dublin, where he was soon...

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