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The Edge Of The Sky

by Drusilla Campbell

One Family At A Time

Lana Porter had it all--a happy marriage and two wonderful teenage daughters--until the fateful night tragedy struck, shattering her once idyllic life. Picking up the pieces hasn't been easy,...


One Day in Oradour

by Helen Watts

On a hot summer afternoon in 1944, SS troops wiped out an entire French village. 644 men, women and children died that day. Just one child survived. This book tells the story of what happened in Oradour, and...


The Red Thirst (Dark Hunter 4)

by Benjamin Hulme-Cross

A six-book series of supernatural horror scares that will hook even the most reluctant readers. The Dark Hunter Mr Blood and his young assistants Edgar and Mary take on a series of terrifying mysteries, dealing...


Bryony Bell Tops the Bill

by Franzeska G. Ewart

Bryony is constantly eclipsed by her all-singing, all dancing mum and talented sisters: otherwise known as The Singing Bells. Its not much fun at school either as she's cast as the Ugly Duckling in the school...


The Marsh Demon (Dark Hunter 3): Dark Hunter

by Ben Hulme-Cross

A six-book series of supernatural horror scares that will hook even the most reluctant readers. The Dark Hunter Mr Blood and his young assistants Edgar and Mary take on a series of terrifying mysteries, dealing...


The Pipeline and the Paradigm: Keystone XL, Tar Sands, and the Battle to Defuse the Carbon Bomb

by Samuel Avery & Bill Mckibben

This thoroughly researched and wholly engaging book investigates the economic, ecological, political, and psychological issues behind the Keystone XL pipeline—a project so controversial it has inspired the...


Get Clients Now! (TM): A 28-Day Marketing Program for Professionals, Consultants, and Coaches

by C.J. Hayden & Jay Conrad Levinson

Want more clients? Better clients? Here's how! Complete with worksheets, exercises and all-new examples.


George Steiner at The New Yorker

by George Steiner

An education in a portmanteau: George Steiner at The New Yorker collects his best work from his more than 150 pieces for the magazine. Between 1967 and 1997, George Steiner wrote more than 130 pieces on a great...


The Worth of the University

by Richard C. Levin

Published on the occasion of Richard C. Levin’s retirement as president of Yale University, this captivating collection of speeches and essays from the past decade reflects both his varied intellectual passions...


Franz Kafka: The Poet of Shame and Guilt

by Saul Friedländer

Franz Kafka was the poet of his own disorder. Throughout his life he struggled with a pervasive sense of shame and guilt that left traces in his daily existence—in his many letters, in his extensive diaries,...


The Incidental Steward: Reflections on Citizen Science

by Akiko Busch

A search for a radio-tagged Indiana bat roosting in the woods behind her house in New York’s Hudson Valley led Akiko Busch to assorted other encounters with the natural world—local ecological monitoring...


The Brain: Big Bangs, Behaviors, and Beliefs

by Rob DeSalle

After several million years of jostling for ecological space, only one survivor from a host of hominid species remains standing: us. Human beings are extraordinary creatures, and it is the unprecedented human...


Marlborough's America

by Stephen Saunders Webb

Scholars of British America generally conclude that the early eighteenth-century Anglo-American empire was commercial in economics, liberal in politics, and parochial in policy, somnambulant in an era of “salutary...


The Torrent: Toowoomba and the Lockyer Valley, January 2011

by Amanda Gearing

Based on exclusive interviews with survivors, rescuers, and with the families and friends of victims of Queensland’s catastrophic summer of 2011, this is a powerful account of human courage. Of all the stories...


Rhyming Boy

by Steven Herrick

Jayden Hayden, wordsmith, aka rhyming boy, doesn’t have a dad, just a mom obsessed with football player Jayden Finch and an embarrassing name that gets him teased. When his school’s father-son day is announced,...


Prep and American Wife: Two Bestselling Novels

by Curtis Sittenfeld

One of the most exceptional voices in literary fiction today, Curtis Sittenfeld is renowned for her rich prose, irresistible storytelling, and fascinating characters who struggle with the rules of gender, race,...


The New Art of Photographing Nature: An Updated Guide to Composing Stunning Images of Animals, Nature, and Landscapes

by Martha Hill & Art Wolfe

A new spin on the classic guide to composing stunning images of nature and wildlife

 

What is the difference between a good picture and a great one? In this fully revised edition of the classic bestseller The...


Disappearing Desmond

by Anna Alter

Desmond likes to disappear, blend into the background, and hide in the cleverest of places. But when a new student named Gloria arrives at his school, Desmond finds himself noticed for the first time. Can Gloria...


Snapper

by Brian Kimberling

A great, hilarious new voice in fiction: the poignant, all-too-human recollections of an affable bird researcher in the Indiana backwater as he goes through a disastrous yet heartening love affair with the place...


Operation Storm: Japan's Top Secret Submarines and Its Plan to Change the Course of World War II

by John Geoghegan

The riveting true story of Japan's top secret plan to change the course of World War II using a squadron of mammoth submarines a generation ahead of their time

 

In 1941, the architects of Japan's sneak attack...