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Moufflet: More Than 100 Gourmet Muffin Recipes That Rise to Any Occasion

by Kelly Jaggers

Puts ordinary muffins over the top!

Indulge in the rich flavors of pumpkin and caramel. Savor the satisfying taste of maple and bacon. Experience the extraordinary combination of goat cheese and leeks.

In this...


The African Christian Diaspora: New Currents and Emerging Trends in World Christianity

by Afe Adogame

The last three decades have witnessed a rapid proliferation of African Christian communities, particularly in Europe and North American diaspora, thus resulting in the remapping of old religious landscapes....


The Jet Set

by Mack Reynolds

Larry Land started his European trek with the idea of seeing as much of the continent and its way of life as he could in a year. To pay his way, he photographed celebrities.

That's how he met the notorious Countessa...


The Case of the Little Green Men

by Mack Reynolds

The author, a top science fiction writer who proves equally adept in the mystery field, says of this novel: "The detective isn't tough and he isn't even smart and he doesn't prove the case against the killer....


Draw and Paint 50 Animals: Dogs, Cats, Birds, Horses and More

by Jeanne Filler Scott

Turn your love of animals into art you adore!

From her family farm in Kentucky, artist Jeanne Filler Scott spends her days joyfully surrounded by pets, barnyard animals and wildlife. In this book, she shares...


Creative Freedom: 52 Art Ideas, Projects and Exercises to Overcome Your Creativity Block

by Maggie Price

Paint outside the lines!

Jumpstart your creativity and inject new life into your art.

Struggling to get started? Paralyzed by the fear of failure? Find yourself falling back on the same colors again and again?...


The Bloomsbury Companion to Discourse Analysis

by Ken Hyland

Originally published as The Continuum Companion to Discourse Analysis, this book is designed to be the essential one-volume resource for advanced students and academics.

This companion offers a comprehensive...


The Hunger and the Hate

by H. Vernor Dixon

He climbed high and hard and fast, this Dean Holt, this ruthless young man ina hurry to conquer a world - and not caring whom he ruined on the way. And he was almost up thee, almost on the top run, the dizzying...


Multijuralism: Manifestations, Causes, and Consequences

by Albert Breton & Anne Des Ormeaux

Exploring various types of multijural manifestations from the harmonizing potential of international treaties to indigenous law and the use of hard and soft pluralism, this volume also considers the external...


Democracy in the Courts: Lay Participation in European Criminal Justice Systems

by Marijke Malsch

Examining lay participation in the administration of justice and how it reflects certain democratic principles, Democracy in the Courts explores issues critical to confidence in criminal justice.


Deadly Star

by CJ Petterson

Mirabel Campbell is a brilliant but bored scientist and amateur astronomer who wants to trade in her microscope and telescope for a career with a little more excitement. She abruptly gets her wish - her life...


Up a Winding Stair

by H. Vernor Dixon

"Will you walk into my parlour?" said the Spider to the Fly.

"'Tis the prettiest little parlour that ever you did spy;

The way into my parlour is up a winding stair,

And I have many curious things to show when...


The Marriage Bed

by H. Vernor Dixon

October 5

Wednesday, 1 a.m.

Tonight I have bruises on my arm. Jeff has just left me. I no longer believe he is the same man I married.

The brother is locked in his study, drinking. His face is the twin of Jeff's,...


Deep Is the Pit

by H. Vernor Dixon

The beautiful, aristocratic Karen Stannard had married Marty Lee. Too late she found, under his polished manner and his easy smile, a cold-blooded, calculating assassin. She found a man hunted by the women he...


The Devil and W. Kaspar

by Benjamin Appel

A holy man in an unholy bind

William Kaspar was not your everday sinner. Quite the reverse.

William had renounced the pleasures of the flesh. He had quelled his ambitions and appetites. He had donned the robes...


Billy Lives

by Gary Brandner

Billy Lockett: He was the king of rock 'n roll - until a shocking accident cut short his spectacular career.

Iris Ames: A nubile beauty who was the latest to be promoted by Billy from groupie to bedmate.

Al Fenstra:...


This Time We Love

by Mack Reynolds

There were things about Rome that Max Fielding would always remember: the titles ladies who acted like tramps, the tramps who acted like ladies, and the movie starlets intent on parlaying a big chest and a small...


Episode on the Riviera

by Mack Reynolds

She had coolly planned a campaign to settle her difficulties. A trip to the French Riviera. A stranger - an attractive man without strings. One who would welcome an affair with an American girl.

The first man...


A Big Man, a Fast Man

by Benjamin Appel

Benjamin Appel is of that rare species, a native New Yorker. Born in 1907, he was raised in the tough, Hell's-kitchen district of the West 50's. Like any other kid in a tough city neighborhood, he had to fight...


The Shortest Distance Between Two Women

by Kris Radish

Bestselling author Kris Radish takes the emotional measure of mothers, daughters, sisters, and friends in her wise and wonderful new novel of a woman unsure if she’s on the verge of a breakdown—or a breakthrough.…...