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Oakland Noir

by Jerry Thompson & Eddie Muller

Brand-new stories by: Nick Petrulakis, Kim Addonizio, Keenan Norris, Keri Miki-Lani Schroeder, Katie Gilmartin, Dorothy Lazard, Harry Louis Williams II, Carolyn Alexander, Phil Canalin, Judy Juanita, Jamie DeWolf,...


The Mezcal Rush

by Granville Greene

In pursuit of the story behind a beguiling drink, Granville Greene embarks on a journey through remote Mexican highlands to learn about the history, cultures, and traditions surrounding mezcal. In recent years...


Take a Walk: Seattle, 4th Edition: 120 Walks through Natural Places in Seattle, Everett, Tacoma, and Olympia

by Sue Muller Hacking

Walking trails in Seattle, Bellevue, Everett, Tacoma, and Olympia can take you to scenic beaches, old-growth forests, and hilltops with spectacular views. This classic guide to greater Puget Sound has been thoroughly...


Take a Walk: Portland: More Than 75 Walks in Natural Places from the Gorge to Hillsboro and Vancouver to Tualatin

by Brian Barker

This guide to walks in greater Portland includes more than 75 of the best routes and destinations, including such gems as Forest Park in Portland and Rooster Rock in Corbett. Each route described includes distances...


The First Love Story: Adam, Eve, and Us

by Bruce Feiler

From the New York Times bestselling author of Walking the Bible and Abraham comes a revelatory journey across four continents and 4,000 years exploring how Adam and Eve introduced the idea of love into the world,...


Fragments of Berlin

by Raffaela Rondini

The series Fragments of Berlin is a collection of literary guides to the city that not only bring us closer to some of its lesser-known sites, but reintroduce us to the ones we thought we already knew through...


Discovering Constantine and Helena

by Hans & Joachim Kann

In 306, immediately after Constantine the Great had secured the title of Augustus, he brought his banished mother Helena to his court, to Trier. Numerous traces of them both can be found here, also of Constantine's...


TransNamib: Dimensions of a Desert

by Gabi Christa & Uwe Scharf

The Namib Desert extends as a narrow strip more than 1.800 km along the Atlantic coast, from Port Nolloth in South Africa through Namibia and up to the town of Namibe in Angola. This book is about a thrilling...


Bleaker House: Chasing My Novel to the End of the World

by Nell Stevens

A girl, a laptop, and a waddle of penguins. In this witty and genre-defying memoir, a young writer can travel anywhere she wants to finally finish her novel—and ends up on a frozen island at the bottom of...


Insider London

by Rachel Felder

Sophisticated shopping and travel expert Rachel Felder, the author of Insider Brooklyn, takes you deep into the heart of the world’s most visited city—London—with her painstakingly curated selection of...


Melbourne for Conscious Foodies

by Jen Curcio

Melbourne for Conscious Foodies by Decisive Cravings is a food guide for locals and travellers … with a difference.

A first of its kind, the guide helps you seek out eateries that support local producers,...


U.S. Taxes for Worldly Americans

by Olivier Wagner & Gregory V. Diehl

Are you a citizen of the United States who lives abroad? You probably know that the U.S.A. is one of only two countries that applies citizenship based taxation in order to tax its own citizens on their worldwide...


Travel As Transformation

by Gregory V. Diehl & David J. Wright

Warning: not your standard travel book - a solo traveler's philosophical memoirs on the personal development effects of cultural expansion. A daring, intelligent, and unapologetic call to find yourself through...


The Third Squad

by V. Sanjay Kumar

"Kumar evokes [Mumbai] with lyrical prose."

--Publishers Weekly

Included in Publishers Weekly's Crime Fiction feature on police corruption and brutality.

"A melancholy cop's obsessions are just the tip of the iceberg...


Frommer's EasyGuide to Colombia

by Nicholas Gill & Caroline Lascom

Frommer’s guides aren’t written by committee, or by travel writers who simply pop in briefly to a destination and then consider the job done. Frommer’s authors Nicholas Gill and Caroline Lascom have been...


Gizelle's Bucket List: My Life with a Very Large Dog

by Lauren Fern Watt

The playful, epic adventure of a 160-pound English Mastiff and the twentysomething girl who grew up alongside her—Marley & Me for a whole new generation.

Lauren Watt took her 160-pound English Mastiff to college—so...


I Know Where I've Been

by Robert Martin Coles

‘I KNOW WHERE I’VE BEEN: A YEAR LONG JOURNEY OF SELF DISCOVERY’ follows the story of the author, Robert M. Coles, and his determination to see and experience the world while reflecting on his childhood...


Light and Shadow in Namibia

by Anna Mandus

Namibia has more to offer than deserts, lions and romantic camp fires. Follow Anna Mandus to her second home and enjoy her tongue-in-cheek yet knowledgeable accounts of what makes Namibia and Namibians tick....


Empreintes

by Christine Gilliet

Erg. Reg. Traversées. Bivouacs. Dunes immenses. Enfants du désert.

Munie de son arc à voyages, Christine Gilliet avait depuis longtemps le rêve du désert en ligne de mire. À sa propre surprise, c’est...


Democracy in America

by Alexis de Tocqueville, Henry Reeve & Francis Bowen

In the early 19th century, a French sociologist and political scientist undertook a seven-month journey throughout the newly formed United States. Alexis de Tocqueville surveyed the young nation's religious,...