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Dexter's Final Cut

Dexter's Final Cut

Lights. Camera. Murder. The Dexter series continues with a wild ride through Hollywood.   Mega-star Robert Chase is famous for losing himself in...

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Breaking Clean

Breaking Clean

In this extraordinary literary debut third-generation homesteader Judy Blunt describes her hardscrabble life on the prairies of eastern Montana in prose as big and bold as the landscape.On...

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Hateship, Friendship, Courtship, Loveship, Marriage

Hateship, Friendship, Courtship, Loveship, Marriage

WINNER OF THE NOBEL PRIZE® IN LITERATURE 2013In the her tenth collection (the title story of which is the basis for the new film Hateship Loveship), Alice Munro achieves...

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Cause for Alarm

Cause for Alarm

Nicky Marlow needs a job. He’s engaged to be married and the employment market is pretty slim in Britain in 1937. So when his fiancé points out the Spartacus...

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Blood's a Rover

Blood's a Rover

America's master of noir delivers his masterpiece, a rip-roaring, devilishly wild ride through the bloody end of the 1960's. It's dark baby, and hot hot hot. Martin Luther King...

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Virtual Unrealities

Virtual Unrealities

"Dazzlement and enchantment are Bester's methods. His stories never stand still a moment."—Damon Knight, author of Why Do BirdsAlfred Bester took science fiction...

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Country of Exiles

Country of Exiles

In Country of Exiles, William Leach, whose Land of Desire was a finalist for the National Book Award, explores the troubling effects of our national love affair...

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Dispatches

Dispatches

"He seems to have brought to this book the ear of a musician and the eye of a painter . . . the premier war correspondence of Vietnam."--Washington Post....

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Newjack

Newjack

Acclaimed journalist Ted Conover sets a new standard for bold, in-depth reporting in this first-hand account of life inside the penal system.When Conover’s request...

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Shocked

Shocked

From the acclaimed author of Stuffed: an intimate, richly illustrated memoir, written with charm and panache, that juxtaposes two fascinating lives—the iconoclastic designer Elsa Schiaparelli...

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Homage to Hemingway

Homage to Hemingway

A Vintage Shorts “Short Story Month” Selection   From the Man Booker Prize-winning author of The Sense of an Ending and one of Britain’s greatest...

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How I Came Into My Inheritance

How I Came Into My Inheritance

Dorothy Gallagher began her literary career fabricating stories about celebrities for a pulp magazine. Nothing she invented, however, could rival the facts surrounding her own family.In a...

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Being Digital

Being Digital

In lively, mordantly witty prose, Negroponte decodes the mysteries--and debunks the hype--surrounding bandwidth, multimedia, virtual reality, and the Internet, and...

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Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is a moving portrait of the profound effects of love when all that seems to remain is loss and grief. Unhinged by his wife’s unexpected death, Anthony, a middle-aged...

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The Constants of Nature

The Constants of Nature

Reality as we know it is bound by a set of constants—numbers and values that dictate the strengths of forces like gravity, the speed of light, and the masses of elementary particles....

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In Ruins

In Ruins

In this enchanting meditation on ruins, Christopher Woodward takes us on a thousand-year journey from the plains of Troy to the monuments of ancient Rome, from the crumbling palaces...

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One Last Look

One Last Look

After several wretched months at sea, Eleanor Oliphant arrives in Calcutta with her brother Henry and sister Harriet. It is 1836, and her beloved Henry has just been appointed...

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Acting as a Business

Acting as a Business

An essential handbook for actors–a modern classic–in a newly updated edition.Since its original publication, Acting as a Business has earned a reputation as an indispensable...

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The Amateur

The Amateur

In this unusual memoir of the life of the mind, the founding editor of The Threepenny Review reflects upon the choices she has made in pursuit of her vocation as a self-described "eighteenth-century...

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Fields of Battle

Fields of Battle

At once a grand tour of the battlefields of North America and an unabashedly personal tribute to the military prowess of an essentially unwarlike people, Fields...

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