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The Fractalist

The Fractalist

A fascinating memoir from the man who revitalized visual geometry, and whose ideas about fractals have changed how we look at both the natural world and the financial world.Benoit...

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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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Driving on the Rim

Driving on the Rim

From one of America’s most acclaimed literary figures (“an important as well as brilliant novelist”—The New York Times Book Review) a major new novel that hilariously takes the...

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The Longest Journey

The Longest Journey

In this searching tragicomedy of manners, personalities, and world views, E. M. Forster explores the "idea of England" he would later develop in Howard's End. Bookish,...

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Something I've Been Meaning to Tell You

Something I've Been Meaning to Tell You

WINNER OF THE NOBEL PRIZE® IN LITERATURE 2013In the thirteen stories in her remarkable second collection, Alice Munro demonstrates the precise observation,...

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The Tale of Genji

The Tale of Genji

In the eleventh century Murasaki Shikibu, a lady in the Heian court of Japan, wrote the world's first novel. But The Tale of Genji is no mere artifact. It is, rather,...

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Deadwood

Deadwood

DEADWOOD, DAKOTA TERRITORIES, 1876: Legendary gunman Wild Bill Hickcock and his friend Charlie Utter have come to the Black Hills town of Deadwood fresh from Cheyenne,...

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The Mind's Eye

The Mind's Eye

With compassion and insight, Dr. Oliver Sacks again illuminates the mysteries of the brain by introducing us to some remarkable characters, including Pat, who remains a vivacious...

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Lewis and Clark Through Indian Eyes

Lewis and Clark Through Indian Eyes

At the heart of this landmark collection of essays rests a single question: What impact, good or bad, immediate or long-range, did Lewis and Clark’s journey...

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The Law of Similars

The Law of Similars

" The Law of Similars is fast-paced and absorbing. Few writers can manipulate a plot with Bohjalian's grace and power."-The New York Times Book ReviewFrom...

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When God Talks Back

When God Talks Back

            How does God become and remain real for modern evangelicals? How are rational, sensible people of faith able to experience the presence...

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Scooter

Scooter

Scooter Riley–named after Yankee shortstop Phil Rizzuto–is just a regular kid growing up in the Bronx, right near Yankee Stadium, in 1969. His father, Patrick Riley, is...

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The Return

The Return

International Bestseller Chief Inspector Van Veeteren is forced to unlock the secrets of a nearly perfect murder in this taut psychological thriller.On...

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Another Life

Another Life

In this blistering conclusion to the nationally bestselling series, Burke is forced into a journey that will change the lives of the urban survivalist and his outlaw...

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Slave and Citizen

Slave and Citizen

Slave & Citizen deals with one of the most intriguing problems presented by the development of the New World: the contrast between the legal and social positions of the Negro in the...

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Project X

Project X

n the wilderness of junior high, Edwin Hanratty is at the bottom of the food chain. His teachers find him a nuisance. His fellow students consider him prey. And although his parents are not oblivious to his...

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Firewall

Firewall

Seventh in the Kurt Wallander series.A body is found at an ATM the apparent victim of heart attack. Then two teenage girls are arrested for the brutal murder...

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Outlaws

Outlaws

Gripping and entertaining, George V. Higgins delivers a compelling and uncomfortably realistic account of the way society and the law really function.   It’s...

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At End of Day

At End of Day

In his final novel George V. Higgins provides us with yet another searing and enthralling dissection of the Boston underworld.   Arthur McKeach and Nick Cistaro are...

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Cool It

Cool It

Bjorn Lomborg argues that many of the elaborate and staggeringly expensive actions now being considered to meet the challenges of global warming ultimately will have little impact on...

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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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Collected Stories

Collected Stories

A ruined beauty whose dignity has suffered a lifetime of loss and disenchantment. A Czech immigrant who finds a paradoxical contentment on the harsh expanse of the Nebraska prairie. A...

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Blind Sight

Blind Sight

This spellbinding story introduces the unforgettable seventeen-year-old narrator, Luke Prescott, who has been brought up in a bohemian matriarchy by his divorced New Age mother, a religious grandmother, and...

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Bend Sinister

Bend Sinister

The first novel Nabokov wrote while living in America and the most overtly political novel he ever wrote, Bend Sinister is a modern classic.  While it is filled with...

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