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Time Salvager

by Wesley Chu

Time Salvager: a fast-paced time travel adventure from Wesley Chu, the award-winning author of The Lives of Tao.

In a future when Earth is a toxic, abandoned world and humanity has spread into the outer solar...


A Bit of Applique: Easy Projects with Modern Flair

by Amy Struckmeyer

Choose from 17 stylish, sophisticated patterns, including quilts, bags, pillows, and wearable items. Learn a variety of easy hand- and machine-stitched applique techniques.


Season's Greetings: A Hatched and Patched Christmas

by Anni Downs

Anni Downs of Hatched and Patched combines patchwork with embroidery and appliqué, all in her whimsical, vintage country style. Projects include a quilt, Advent calendar, gift bags, and more.


The Unnoticeables

by Robert Brockway

From Robert Brockway, Sr. Editor and Columnist of Cracked.com comes The Unnoticeables, a funny and frightening urban fantasy.

There are angels, and they are not beneficent or loving. But they do watch over us....


Looking Through Darkness

by Aimee Thurlo & David Thurlo

Few writers have captured the flavor of the American Southwest better than Aimee and David Thurlo, in both mysteries and romantic suspense.

Josephine Buck runs a trading post just off the Navajo Reservation....


Fast Shuffle

by David Black

An old-school PI is plunged into modern danger and conspiracy in Fast Shuffle, a gripping mystery from TV screenwriter and producer David Black.

Harry Dickinson is a used car salesman living in Springdale, Massachusetts,...


Genpei

by Kara Dalkey

Throughout the twelfth century, two rival clans, the Minomoto and the Taira, struggled for supremacy in Imperial Japan. Each attempted a rebellion and, for a time, the Taira gained ascendancy. But their rule...


The Extinction Event

by David Black

After Jack Slidell's discovery of his law partner's death in an apparent drug/sex killing, he and the beautiful Caroline Wonder are suddenly hurled into a race for their lives, a hair-raising odyssey filled...


Fact and Fable in Psychology

by Joseph Jastrow

A group of problems that appears conspicuously in the present volume, and in so far contributes to the fitness of its title, has obtained a considerable interest on the part of the public at large. Such interest...


Jewish Literature

by Gustav Karpeles

In a well-known passage of the Romanzero, rebuking Jewish women for their ignorance of the magnificent golden age of their nation's poetry, Heine used unmeasured terms of condemnation. He was too severe, for...


Secret Societies of the Middle Ages

by Thomas Keightley

If we had the means of investigating historically the origin of Secret Societies, we should probably find that they began to be formed almost as soon as any knowledge had been accumulated by particular individuals...


Your Mesmeric Forces and How to Develop Them: Giving Full and Comprehensive Instructions How to Mesmerise

by Frank Hall Randall

Table of Contents CHAPTER I. Pros and Cons—What is Mesmeric Force —Persons suitable to become Operators—The Forms of Mesmeric Force CHAPTER II. Qualifications for an Operator—Spiritual, Mental, Moral,...


The Life of Nephi: The Son of Lehi

by George Q. Cannon

Some years since the desire took possession of me to write the life of Nephi, the son of Lehi, and, as time and opportunity should permit, the lives of other prominent men of his race of whom we have an account...


The Adventures of Radisson 3, The Incredible Escape

by Martin Fournier & Peter McCambridge

Courage, diplomacy, love, and conspiracy make for an action-packed adventure in a little-known past. This third instalment of the series continues Radisson’s adventures with the Jesuits and the Iroquois. Mastering...


Jeweler's Enameling Workshop: Techniques and Projects for Making Enameled Jewelry

by Pauline Warg

Add Vibrant Color to Your Jewelry!

Enameling is the one of the best ways to add color to your jewelry--and anyone can do it! In Jeweler's Enameling Workshop, master jeweler Pauline Warg shares her easy-to-follow...


Health and Safety: Risk Management

by Tony Boyle

This is a reprint of 978-0-901357-41-0

Health and Safety: risk management is the clearest and most comprehensive book on risk management available today. The fully revised and redesigned third edition incorporates...


The Caravan Holiday

by Peter Thomas

Tom is a normal ten-year-old only child. He doesn't love much but he does love trains. When his dad books a surprise trip to a caravan park in North Wales, Tom and his mum are not looking forward to it. When...


On the Highway to Paradise

by Gerald Mayer

59 years, extremely versatile professional and private life experience full of hardships, hurdles, bullying and massive injustices led to that the search for the why, forwhy and wherefore became the focus of...


Parsifal

by Oliver Huckel

The Parsifal of Richard Wagner was not only the last and loftiest work of his genius, but it is also one of the few great dramas of modern times,—a drama which unfolds striking and impressive spiritual teachings....


The Consolation of Philosophy

by Boethius

The book called 'The Consolation of Philosophy' was throughout the Middle Ages, and down to the beginnings of the modern epoch in the sixteenth century, the scholar's familiar companion. Few books have exercised...