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The Others

by Seba Al-Herz

A best-selling book when it appeared in Arabic, The Others is a literary tour de force, offering a window into one of the most repressive societies in the world. Seba al-Herz tells the story of a nameless teenager...


Haymarket: A Novel

by Martin Duberman

On the night of May 4, 1886, during a peaceful demonstration of labor activists in Haymarket Square in Chicago, a dynamite bomb was thrown into the ranks of police -trying to disperse the crowd. The officers...


Escape from Hiroshima

by e.West Smith

The action-filled sequel novel to Rescue at Hiroshima The Imperial Japanese Navy---the IJN---thinks you set off the world's first atomic bomb, and they are determined to get you. And you are in a damaged submarine...


Saints and Villains: A Novel

by Denise Giardina

An astonishing historical novel in the tradition of Schindler's List--evoking powerfully the danger and heroism of the Nazi resistance. What is the price of acting morally in a time of great evil, when sin and...


Built to Last

by David Macaulay

     A nomad fashion's a home that’s meant to be built and rebuilt. A family tears down an old house and erects a new one in its place. Even the Eiffel Tower wasn’t meant to be anything more than temporary....


Adios, Nirvana

by Conrad Wesselhoeft

Since the death of his brother, Jonathan’s been losing his grip on reality. Last year’s Best Young Poet and gifted guitarist is now Taft High School’s resident tortured artist, when he bothers to show...


The Steel Kiss: Tales of Love, Obsession, Madness and Deceit

by Alex Woolf

Each of these nine stories explores a symptom of that pathology we call love. We meet a volatile woman whose husband betrays her once too often; a man who takes advantage of an amnesiac girl; a woman prepared...


Ennui and the New Canoe: With Steve in the Australian Kakadu

by Pamela Lillian Valemont

A lively, humorous story about a crocodile called Ennui and the legendary environmentalist and conservationist Steve Irwin, set in the Northern Territory wetlands of the Australia Kakadu, a world heritage national...


Flaming Zeppelins: The Adventures of Ned the Seal

by Joe R. R. Lansdale

What do the disembodied head of Buffalo Bill Cody, Annie Oakley, Frankenstein, the Tin Man, Captain Nemo, the Flying Dutchman, and the inestimable Ned the Seal have in common? Find out as they embark upon a...


The Strange Case of the Composer and His Judge: A Novel

by Patricia Duncker

The thrilling tale of a secret European sect and the musical

mastermind at its center, from a critically acclaimed novelist at the

top of her form.


Falling Immortality: Casey Holden, Private Investigator

by Robert Downs

Debut, hard-boiled mystery fiction for men. Stephen King's son describes a fitting genre as MANfiction (the opposite of Chick lit). Casey Holden, former cop, current PI in Virginia Beach, VA, screens his clients...


Syd Arthur

by Ellen Frankel

Love, laughter & enlightenment in a novel by Ellen Frankel. Living in the cloistered world of suburbia, Syd Arthur is a middle-aged Jewish woman who is potentially awake, but likes to start her day with a strong...


The Bohemians

by Anne Pelleport, Robert Darnton & Vivian Folkenflik

Rediscovered by Robert Darnton and brought gloriously back to life in Vivian Folkenflik's translation, The Bohemians at last takes its place as a major work of eighteenth century libertinism.


Sacred Games

by Vikram Chandra

WINNER OF THE HUTCH CROSSWORD BOOK AWARD 2006 FOR BEST WORK IN ENGLISH FICTION Seven years in the making, Sacred Games is an epic of exceptional richness and power. Vikram Chandra's novel draws the reader deep...


Joe Mauser, Mercenary from Tomorrow

by Mack Reynolds & Michael Banks

It's a crooked road to world peace...but it works. Warfare between nations has been banned. Taking its place are the Corporate Wars -- full-scale battles between mercenary armies hired by large corporations,...


Cruel as the Grave

Justin de Quincy #2

by Sharon Kay Penman

April 1193.  England's King Richard Lionheart languishes in a German prison, and treason scents the air. Richard's younger brother, John, seizes Windsor Castle, and Dowager Queen Eleanor of Aquitaine summons...


Dark Matter

by Michelle Paver

What is it? What does it want? Why is it angry with me?' January 1937. Clouds of war are gathering over a fogbound London. Twenty-eight year old Jack is poor, lonely and desperate to change his life. So when...


Berry Goes to Winterland: The Railway Rabbits: Book Two

by Georgie Adams & Anna Currey

Snow has come to the Ripple River Valley! But when Berry and Wisher go exploring, a mix-up with Father Christmas's bag of toys brings them to Fairweather's Farm Park and makes them a part of the Christmas celebrations....


Wisher and the Runaway Piglet: The Railway Rabbits: Book One

by Georgie Adams & Anna Currey

Meet the Railway Rabbits! Join the irrepressible Longears family as they get in and out of scrapes, meet new friends, and perform daring rescues. But Burdock the buzzard and the terrifying Red Dragon, are always...


The Birthday Party

by Veronica Henry

There was an old joke that went 'if you can remember the Raffertys' wedding, then you weren't there'. Like the Jaggers, hell-raiser Raf Rafferty and his wife Delilah have lived their very full lives in the full...