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Missing Links

by Rick Reilly

Missing Links is the story of four middle-class buddies who live outside Boston and for years have been 1) utterly obsessed with golf and 2) a regular foursome at Ponkaquoque Municipal Course and Deli, not so...


Greyhound George

by Tony Cleaver

The worrying account of what beautiful women, an affectionate dog and single malt whisky can do to a man.


You Could Be Home By Now

by Tracy Manaster

An hour and a half outside Tucson, Arizona, The Commons is a luxury retirement community where no full-time resident under the age of fifty-five is permitted. Young professionals Seth and Alison Collier accept...


Kai Lung Raises His Voice

by Ernest Bramah & William Charlton

A new collection of "Kai Lung" stories by Ernest Bramah, including four previously unpublished stories. Related by Kai Lung, an itinerant story-teller, these stories, set in an Ancient China that never was,...


Red Meat Cures Cancer

by Starbuck O'Dwyer

What would you do if you were a few months from collecting early retirement—a pension for which you’d sucked up and sycophanted almost twenty years—when your obscenely overweight and extremely crass boss...


Mai Tai'd Up

by Alice Clayton

Looking for the perfect mix of smart, sexy, and sassy? Mai Tai’d Up continues New York Times bestselling author Alice Clayton’s Cocktail series, which began with Wallbanger and continued with Rusty Nailed...


Snidelines: Talking Trash to Power

by Susie Day, Maria Pia Marrella & Dan Berger

Poppin' Fresh declares martial law-Che Guevara loses his good looks and throws the entire U.S. Left into disarray-Zombie terrorist anchor babies invade the Pentagon. You'll read all this and more in Snidelines:...


The Old Adam: A Story of Adventure

by Arnold Bennett

A sequel of sorts to Bennett's short comic novel The Card, The Old Adam reprises the beloved character Denry the Audacious. In this volume, Denry's audaciousness has been tempered somewhat by middle age. In...


The Ayrshire Legatees: Or, The Pringle Family

by John Galt

The lives of the humble Pringle family of Scotland are turned upside down with the news that they have been named the recipients of a relative's inheritance. Trading quiet village life for the hustle and bustle...


The Simpkins Plot

by George A. Birmingham

"George A. Birmingham" was the pen name of James Owen Hannay, an Irish clergymen who wrote novels in his spare time. The Simpkins Plot is a fun, whimsical tale about a case of mistaken identity -- and the havoc...


Esther

by Henry Adams

Henry Adams' Esther puts a novel spin on the classic scenario of ill-matched lovers. Esther is a spirited, independent artist who also happens to be a committed atheist with deep disdain for organized religion....


Half-Hours with the Idiot

by John Kendrick Bangs

Part of John Kendrick Bangs' beloved Idiot series, based around the exaggerated exploits of the eponymous antihero, this collection features the Idiot's opinions on a number of diverse topics, including women,...


Mr. Bonaparte of Corsica

by John Kendrick Bangs

American author John Kendrick Bangs carved out a unique niche for himself in the literary pantheon by penning dozens of satirical works focusing on historical figures. In the ersatz biography Mr. Bonaparte of...


Toppleton's Client: Or, A Spirit in Exile

by John Kendrick Bangs

If you prefer your ghost stories to have a stout dose of rollicking wit, add Toppleton's Client to your must-read list. A lawyer moves into a new office and soon discovers it is haunted -- and worse yet, the...


Mr. Jacobs: A Tale of the Drummer, the Reporter and the Prestidigitateur

by Arlo Bates

In the early 1880s, a novel called Mr. Isaacs by Francis Marion Crawford set the publishing world on fire, rocketing to the top of the bestseller lists. Soon afterwards, Arlo Bates released Mr. Jacobs, a satirical...


Stories of the Way Things Were and Should Be Now: A bedside book of short stories to make you smile

by Bill D. Rose

The school bicycle rack is where all subjects concerning life in general were discussed. Topics ranged from current activities to sports, rumors, cars, plus any other fifth- or sixth-grade BS. But our favorite...


Grab On to Me Tightly as if I Knew the Way: A Novel

by Bryan Charles

A wise, bighearted, and hilarious look at one teenager's life by a remarkable new voice in contemporary fiction

It's 1992, and as Vim Sweeney deals with the recent end of his high school career and the uncertainty...


The Brewer of Preston: A Novel

by Andrea Camilleri & Stephen Sartarelli

The New York Times bestselling author of the Inspector Montalbano series brings us back to Vigàta in the nineteenth century for a rip-roaring comic novel.

1870s Sicily. Much to the displeasure of Vigàta’s...


Dark Night of the Soul

by Gary Reilly

The utopian world carefully created by Denver cab driver Brendan Murphy is about to be shattered. In fact, it's about to be the worst day of his cab driving career. There's the Land That Forward Motion Forgot....


The Goat, the Sofa & Mr Swami

by R Chandrashekhar

A politically weighted cricket match between Pakistan and India provides the setting for the hilarious farce, set in a delightful `Yes Minister? format. The Pakistani Premier's sudden decision to invite himself...