Who Killed These Girls?

Who Killed These Girls?

From the author of Crossed Over, another masterful account of a horrible crime: the murder of four girls, countless other ruined lives, and the evolving complications...

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Matisse the Master

Matisse the Master

“If my story were ever to be written down truthfully from start to finish, it would amaze everyone,” wrote Henri Matisse. It is hard to believe today that Matisse, whose exhibitions draw huge crowds worldwide, was once...

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Good Soldier

Good Soldier

At the fashionable German spa town Bad Nauheim, two wealthy, fin de siecle couples -- one British, the other American -- meet for their yearly assignation. As their...

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The Complete Wilderness Paddler

The Complete Wilderness Paddler

A combination of detailed instruction and text (based on actual adventures) of all the techniques of canoe camping and wilderness cruising. You learn how to "find...

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Dogs of God

Dogs of God

"An expansive story told in lush, extravagant prose, Dogs of God is a big book in every sense of the word." —Elizabeth Dewberry Vaughn

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Basketball Jones

Basketball Jones

AJ Richardson is living the good life. Thanks to his longtime lover, NBA star Dray Jones, he has a gorgeous townhouse in New Orleans, plenty of frequent-flier miles, and an MBA...

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The Complete Works

The Complete Works

 Humanist, skeptic, acute observer of himself and others, Michel de Montaigne (1533—92) was the first to use the term “essay” to refer to the form...

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The Marriage-Go-Round

The Marriage-Go-Round

Andrew J. Cherlin's three decades of study have shown him that marriage in America is a social and political battlefield in a way that it isn’t in other developed...

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Golf Stories

Golf Stories

Golf Stories is a wonderful gathering of short fiction about the famously addictive pastime. Here are literary classics by such golf-loving writers as P. G....

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How to Stop Time

How to Stop Time

How to Stop Time is an important contemporary contribution to the classic accounts of the seductive attractions and dangerous distractions of drug use.In...

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Ghostman

Ghostman

FINALIST FOR THE EDGAR AWARD—BEST FIRST NOVEL In a daring operation, two crooks-for-hire rob an Atlantic City casino. But their heist goes horribly wrong,...

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Bewilderments

Bewilderments

The newest book in Avivah Gottlieb Zornberg’s award-winning series of commentaries on the hebrew bible.   The book of Numbers is the narrative of a great failure....

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The Open Door

The Open Door

From King Lear to the Tragedy of Carmen, from Marat/Sade to the epic Mahabharata, Peter Brook has reinvented modern theatre, not once but again...

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Migraine

Migraine

The many manifestations of migraine can vary dramatically from one patient to another, even within the same patient at different times. Among the most compelling...

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Who Shot Rock and Roll

Who Shot Rock and Roll

More than two hundred spectacular photographs, sensual, luminous, frenzied, true, from 1955 to the present, that catch and define the energy, intoxication, rebellion, and magic of rock and roll; the first...

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The View from Castle Rock

The View from Castle Rock

WINNER OF THE NOBEL PRIZE® IN LITERATURE 2013Alice Munro mines her rich family background, melding it with her own experiences and the transforming power of her brilliant...

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Life: The Movie

Life: The Movie

The story of how our bottomless appetite for novelty, gossip, and melodrama has turned everything—news, politics, religion, high culture—into one vast public entertainment....

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Collected Poems

Collected Poems

Marie Ponsot’s Collected Poems is the stunning lifework of the prizewinning poet, gathered in one volume: the world she has made of life’s fire for sixty years....

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The Great Cat

The Great Cat

This delightful anthology gives us a teeming litter of literary tributes to the ever-fascinating, ever-mystifying cat.The feline has inspired poetic adoration since the days...

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With Charity for All

With Charity for All

Vast and largely unexamined, the world of American charities accounts for fully 10 percent of economic activity in this country, yet operates with little accountability, no real barriers...

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England, England

England, England

Booker Prize Finalist"Wickedly funny." --The New York TimesImagine an England where all the pubs are quaint,  where the Windsors behave...

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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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Single, Carefree, Mellow

Single, Carefree, Mellow

For the commitment-averse women in the eleven sublime stories of Single, Carefree, Mellow, falling in love is never easy and always inconvenient. Maya is in love with both her boyfriend...

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Heat

Heat

A highly acclaimed writer and editor, Bill Buford left his job at The New Yorker for a most unlikely destination: the kitchen at Babbo, the revolutionary...

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