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A Family Place: A Man Returns to the Center of His Life

by Charles Gaines, Dave DiBenedetto & Alexander Bridge

A moving chronicle about fatherhood and family, marriage and love, and what it means to create a home.


Empire Made: My Search for an Outlaw Uncle Who Vanished in British India

by Kief Hillsbery

The shadowy story of Nigel Halleck, a nineteenth-century English gentleman who went to India in the era of empire and dramatically cut all ties to home, forming a relationship with a local Muslim man


Atlanta Noir

by Tayari Jones

Brand-new stories by: Tananarive Due, Kenji Jasper, Tayari Jones, Dallas Hudgens, Jim Grimsley, Brandon Massey, Jennifer Harlow, Sheri Joseph, Alesia Parker, Gillian Royes, Anthony Grooms, John Holman, Daniel...


New Haven Noir

by Amy Bloom

Brand-new stories by: Michael Cunningham, Roxana Robinson, Stephen L. Carter, John Crowley, Amy Bloom, Alice Mattison, Chris Knopf, Jonathan Stone, Sarah Pemberton Strong, Karen E. Olson, Jessica Speart, Chandra...


Through the Brazilian Wilderness - An Epic Adventure of the Roosevelt-Rondon Scientific Expedition

by Theodore Roosevelt

This book is an account of a zoo-geographic reconnaissance through the Brazilian hinterland. In 1914 Theodore Roosevelt with his son, Kermit and Colonel Rondon traveled to South America on a quest to course...


Of Llamas and Piranhas

by Valerie Volk

Though the poems in this book take the reader on a South American journey from Chile to the Galapagos, it is not just another travel book. It’s a personal invitation in the form of a poem a day to join the...


New York

by Daniel Curry

The aim of the writer was, in the "historical portion, to collect and detail the principal events of the local history of the city down to the beginning of the last century, omitting, as far as possible, all...


History of the City of New York, Volume 1

by Martha J. Lamb

Mrs. Martha J. Lamb, formerly the editor of "The American Historical Magazine," and one of the best informed historical writers of our times, left a great legacy at her death, especially to the citizens of New...


History of New York City

by William Leete Stone

Mr. Stone seems to have intended this work for popular use; yet it is written with great care and commendable accuracy. The narrative, in many of its parts, is necessarily brief, but one can not notice a marked...


History of the City of New York, Volume 2

by Martha J. Lamb

Mrs. Martha J. Lamb, formerly the editor of "The American Historical Magazine," and one of the best informed historical writers of our times, left a great legacy at her death, especially to the citizens of New...


Cairo, Jerusalem, & Damascus: three chief cities of the Egyptian Sultans.

by David Samuel Margoliouth

The book itself is intensely interesting both in its historical account and its description of these three great cities and is profusely illustrated with most beautiful pictures and drawings of the famous places...


Boat Life in Egypt and Nubia

by William Cowper Prime

An indispensable talent or element in a writer of a book of travels is so to present every scene and object described that every reader shall seem to be present and go along with the traveler and see everything...


An Account of The Manners and Customs of The Modern Egyptians, Volume 2

by Edward William Lane

It is now more than one hundred years since Lane gave to the world his admirable work on the Egyptians. It has become a classic, and no writer has given us such unsurpassed descriptions of the manners and customs...


An Account of The Manners and Customs of The Modern Egyptians, Volume 1

by Edward William Lane

It is now more than one hundred years since Lane gave to the world his admirable work on the Egyptians. It has become a classic, and no writer has given us such unsurpassed descriptions of the manners and customs...


A Confederate Soldier in Egypt

by William Wing Loring

General Loring was one of many Confederate officers who after the close of the War of the Rebellion offered their services to foreign rulers. A number of these officers took their way to Egypt, and the author...


The City of the Caliphs

by Eustace Alfred Reynolds Ball

Cairo has for centuries been the home of Oriental magnificence and despotism, and still, though fallen from its high estate, it ranks as one of the most typical and picturesque-as well as the wickedest - of...


Daniel Defoe's Rail Journeys: A tour thro' the whole island of Great Britain

by Stuart Campbell

Daniel Defoe's Railway Journeys describes the odyssey undertaken by two eccentric pensioners as they travel on every mile of railway track in the UK. Surreal and poignant by turns, Stuart Campbell describes...


Traveling Solo on a Shoestring

by Quay Marie Estocin

Traveling Solo on a shoestring is at once evocative and inspiring. Quay Marie Estocin brings the reader with her on a journey that is fun, educational and surprising. Through her writing she reminds her readers...


Rick Steves Snapshot Lisbon

by Rick Steves

You can count on Rick Steves to tell you what you really need to know when visiting Lisbon.

In this compact guide, Rick Steves covers the essentials of Lisbon, including the Tejo River, Belém, and the Bairro...


Strays: A Lost Cat, a Homeless Man, and Their Journey Across America

by Britt Collins & Jeffrey Moussaieff Masson

For fans of A Street Cat Named Bob and Dewey: The Small-Town Library Cat Who Touched the World, Strays is a compelling true story of a man who rescues a stray, injured cat and how they save each other.

Homeless,...