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The Short Fall

by Marek Waldorf

In a political conspiracy of tragic and comic errors one man takes the fall for another groomed to be president.


Another Use For . . .: 101 Common Household Items

by Vicki Lansky & Martha Campbell

Why discard a milk carton when it makes an ideal charcoal lighter? Why buy a special houseplant duster when a paintbrush works perfectly? These are just two of the dozens of ideas in this third edition of Vicki...


Close to the Ground: Reflections on the Seven Factors of Enlightenment

by Geri Larkin

The truth is that after all the bliss, emptiness, and generalized euphoria we might be lucky enough to experience at some point along our spiritual path, what’s left are the karmic knots of conditioning that...


Afflictions & Departures

by Madeline Sonik

Afflictions & Departures is a collection of first-person experiential essays by writer and academic Madeline Sonik. Although Sonik explores some of the salient personal experiences of her young life, the essays...


Build & Market Your Business with Google: A Step-By-Step Guide to Unlocking the Power of Google and Maximizing Your Online Potential

by Gabriela Taylor

How can your business make the most of the vast array of tools that Google has to offer? There is no doubt that we have a massive reliance on Google for our entire online experience. People worldwide are googling...


Real Estate Investments and How to Make Them (Fourth Edition): The Only Guide You'll Ever Need to the Best Wealth-BuildingOpportunities

by Milt Tanzer

The definitive guide to maximizing earnings in one of the nation's most lucrative fields.

This revised and updated edition of the classic guide demonstrates how anyone can enter the world of real estate-even...


The Bostonians

by Henry James

Mississippi lawyer and Civil War veteran, Basil Ransom, visits his cousin Olive Chancellor in Boston. She takes him to a political meeting where Verena Tarrant delivers a feminist speech. Ransom, a strong conservative,...


The Bluffer's Guide to Rock Music

by Eamonn Forde

From 'Rock and Roll' to 'Post-Britpop', and from 'Lo-fi' to 'Led Zeppelin', The Bluffer's Guide to Rock Music contains everything you need to know to pass yourself off as a serious music enthusiast.


The Bluffer's Guide to Football

by Mark Mason

From 'fouls' to 'free kicks', and from 'bookings' to banana shots', here's everything you need to know to tackle the opposition in any post-match analysis.


Chasing Greatness: Johnny Miller, Arnold Palmer, and the Miracle at Oakmont

by Adam Lazarus & Steve Schlossman

Now in paperback-the unforgettable story of the 1973 U.S. Open and the unknown young golfer who astonished the world.

In 1973, a Who's Who of golf greats gathered at Oakmont Country Club for the U.S. Open....


Alfred Brendel on Music: His Collected Essays

by Alfred Brendel

This new edition of the great pianist Alfred Brendel's definitive collection of his award-winning writings on music will be widely welcomed by anyone with a serious interest in the piano. It combines revised...


Sugong: The Life of a Shaolin Grandmaster

by Nick Hurst

Nick Hurst was working in London when he threw in his job in advertising to train for four years in Malaysia and China with a kung fu grandmaster, Sugong. This book is a mix of Nick’s experiences in South-East...


Community of Faith

by Jonathan Sacks

Chief Rabbi Emeritus Lord Jonathan Sacks evaluates of the role of the synagogue in Jewish life today. In it he explores the choices faced by religious leadership in the modern world, and the ways in which the...


Ashes: and other stories

by Naomi Shepherd

Naomi Shepherd is a prize-winning historian and biographer; here she turns her hand to fiction, revealing a razor-sharp eye, a finely attuned ear, and a keen sense of cultural dissonance. In each of these thirteen...


Living a Safe Universe, Vol. 2: A Book for Seth Readers

by Lynda Madden Dahl

Lynda Madden Dahl: "In Living a Safe Universe, the predecessor to this Seth/Jane Roberts-based book, I told of how I had come to finally trust my self, which translates into living safely in my reality. This...


Princess Play

by Barbara Ismail

Kelantanese kain songket trader and amateur sleuth Mak Cik Maryam is plunged once again into the shadowy world of murder, hatred and madness when a fellow market woman is killed after a successful main puteri...


Crime Scene Asia: Crime fiction from India, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand & Vietnam

by Richard Lord & Dawn Farnham

Volume 1 of Crime Scene Asia features nine delectably horrid crimes that take readers on a chilling trip through the dark underbelly of contemporary Asia. This volume serves up the unique flavor of crime in...


Secret Men's Business: You're Gonna Get Screwed

by Daniel Cole

There are hundreds of books written by women for women. THIS IS NOT ONE OF THEM. If men are supposedly from Mars and women from Venus, why do women get the bigger planet? Women are already responsible for about...


Heaven's Net is Wide

by Lian Hearn

The new beginning and the grand finale of Lian Hearn's celebrated Tales of the Otori is "rivetingly elegant" (Washington Post).

Heaven's Net Is Wide is the prequel that reveals the full story of Lord Otori Shigeru-the...


Toraja: Misadventures of a Social Anthropologist in Sulawesi, Indonesia

by Nigel Barley

In 1985, Dr. Nigel Barley, senior anthropologist at The British Museum, set off for the relatively unknown Indonesian island of Sulawesi in search of the Toraja, a people whose culture includes headhunting,...