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Explorers

by Gardner Dozois

Distant planets, galaxies, alien races--the universe is vast and filled with an almost unimaginable range of possibilities. But imagine it we can. Here are more than twenty stories from the most inventive writers...


The Edge Of The City

by Dan Mahoney

A terrorist stranglehold tightens on New York...and only one cop can break its grip.

Born in the mountainous jungles of Peru. Smuggled to the concrete jungles of NYC. It's the most ingenious terrorist setup ever...


Mauve Gloves and Madmen, Clutter and Vine

by Tom Wolfe

"When are the 1970s going to begin?" ran the joke during the Presidential campaign of 1976. With his own patented combination of serious journalism and dazzling comedy, Tom Wolfe met the question head-on in...


You Are a Miserable Excuse for a Hero!

by Bob Powers

Why Do All the Nice Girls End Up Getting Kidnapped and Held for Ransom?

In this book, YOU, the reader, are a thirtysomething part-time actor/full-time waiter suddenly caught up in a kidnapping. Julia, the girl...


Flat Earth

by Christine Garwood

Contrary to popular belief fostered in countless school classrooms the world over, Christopher Columbus did not discover that the earth was round. The idea of a spherical world had been widely accepted in educated...


I, Wabenzi

by Rafi Zabor

Some time ago Rafi Zabor sat down to write a brief narrative of the year 1986. That was the year he set out across two continents in a used Mercedes--"Wabenzi" is the Swahili word for a member of the Mercedes-owning...


First Class Citizenship

by Michael G. Long

Never-before-published letters offer a rich portrait of the baseball star as a fearless advocate for racial justice at the highest levels of American politics

 

Jackie Robinson's courage on the baseball diamond...


Ultimate Fitness

by Gina Kolata

The bestselling science reporter for The New York Times tells us what works and what doesn’t when we work out

Ultimate Fitness: The Quest for Truth About Exercise and Health is Gina Kolata’s compelling journey...


Laboratory of Justice

by David L. Faigman

From the American Revolution to the genetic revolution, the U.S. Supreme Court's uneasy attempts to weave science into the Constitution

Suppose that scientists identify a gene that predicts that a person is...


The Doctor's Wife

by John Glatt

For months, the young son of Bart and Jennifer Corbin had told people that he was afraid of violence in their posh, suburban Georgia home. Then, on the morning of December 4, 2004, neighbors found seven-year-old...


Alice Invents a Little Game and Alice Always Wins

by Nick Flynn

In this first play from the award-winning memoirist and poet Nick Flynn, four strangers meet during a blackout on a New York City sidewalk. Gideon finds himself locked out of his apartment, stranded on the street...


La Vie en Rosé

by Jamie Ivey

In Jamie Ivey's delightful sequel to Extremely Pale Rosé, he attempts what seems the impossible—running a successful rosé bar in France. French friends laugh heartily and say it’s the silliest idea they’ve...


Imperfect Harmony

by Joshua Coleman & Julia M. Lewis

Dr. Joshua Coleman is a caring psychologist who nonetheless isn't afraid to tell the truth: not all marriages can be joyful at all times, but that isn't a cause for divorce, especially with children involved....


True Blue: To Protect and Serve

by Randy Sutton

Lieutenant Randy Sutton’s fascinating collection of stories and memories, solicited from law enforcement officers across the country, offers a broad and insightful look at the many facets of police life: courage,...


The Long, Sandy Hair of Neftoon Zamora

by Michael Nesmith

A musician, entranced by an intriguing voice he hears on an old tape, embarks on a mission to find the ever-mysterious Neftoon Zamora, whose voice he has been listening to. Beginning in Mississippi, he soon...


The Walrus on My Table

by Anthony Guglielmo & Cari Lynn

Several years ago, massage therapist Anthony Guglielmo got a call for a strange appointment. "Will you massage my horse?," one of his clients asked. And so began Anthony's strange and wonderful adventure into...


Blood Atonement

Nigel Barnes #2

by Dan Waddell

Genealogist Nigel Barnes’s second case leads him into the dark heart of the Mormon church and a gruesome, century-old secret.

Detective Chief Inspector Grant Foster is called to a homicide at the home of a...


While Innocents Slept

by Adrian Havill

Death seemed to be part of Garrett Wilson's life. Both of his parents had died by the time he was in his early twenties. So friends shrugged when sadly, an infant daughter, and then a son, succumbed to Sudden...


Hyper-Parenting

by Nicole Wise, Alvin Rosenfeld, M.D. & Robert Coles, M.D.

As parents, we have somehow come to believe that perfection is within our grasp. But our overeager pursuit of perfection is harming our children and our family lives. Dr. Alvin Rosenfeld and Nicole Wise explore...


Hunting Evil

by Carlton Smith

What did a high-priced hooker and a low-class sex-offender have in common? It was-according to police-their lust for stalking, raping, and terrorizing young women and girls, in once case as young as thirteen-years-old....