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Bride of the Vampire (Fembot Sally #4)

by Samantha Faulkner

There’s no such thing as vampires. This is the twentieth century. It’s bad enough being tied to a stake and accused of witchcraft. The last thing Fembot Sally needs is the undead trying to prey on her as...


Wenchworld (Fembot Sally #3)

by Samantha Faulkner

What are you supposed to do with a bunch of homicidal androids after the international crime syndicate that created them is brought down? They could easily be decommissioned, but why not sell them off to a Wild...


Fembot Sally and the Fortress of Doom (Fembot Sally #2)

by Samantha Faulkner

Jack Morgan was doing just fine until Sally got on the plane. At least, that is what he thought. Jack is an American archaeologist, trying to trace a priceless South American artefact which has recently been...


Clarissa [volumes 1 to 9] (Centaur Classics) [The 100 greatest novels of all time - #55]

by Samuel Richardson

"The genius of Richardson’s narration is not simply the innovative use of epistolary fiction… but also the subtlety with which he unfolds the dark tragedy of Clarissa’s fatal attraction to Lovelace." —Robert...


Giovanni Boldini: 215 Plates

by Maria Peitcheva

Giovanni Boldini was known as the "Master of Swish" because of his flowing style of painting. His paintings and drawings showed his subject in soft-focus, elongated, in movement, alive, and sophisticated. He...


Prudhon: 165 Plates

by Maria Peitcheva

The highlights of this book are the 85 color plates of Prud'hon's academic figure drawings, or "acadamies" as they are known. These drawings dignified and stunningly beautiful. Unfortunately, Prud'hon's drawing...


Knowledge and the Norm of Assertion

by John Turri


Language is a human universal reflecting our deeply social nature. Among its essential functions, language enables us to quickly and efficiently share information. We tell each other that many things are true—that...


The Hitchhiking Effect

by Gene O'Neill

A new retrospective collection by the Bram Stoker Award Winner Gene O’Neill, containing some of his best known fiction: seven short stories, one new novelette, and two novellas, from which four Bram Stoker...


Recalled to Service

by Alter S. Reiss

Ao Laiei does not know what happened to the great revolutionary war hero Uroie Aei since she resurrected him, but she has long intended to find out. Finally, a clue from an unlikely information source--the confusing...


3 Skeins or Less - Modern Baby Crochet: 18 Crocheted Baby Garments, Blankets, Accessories, and More!

by Sharon Zientara

When it comes to crocheting for babies, only the cutest clothes and accessories will do! It's even better when they're quick to make and use only 1, 2, or 3 skeins of yarn. Whether you're whipping up something...


The Malay Archipelago

by Alfred Russel Wallace

The Malay Archipelago is a book by the British naturalist Alfred Russel Wallace that chronicles his scientific exploration, during the eight-year period 1854 to 1862, of the southern portion of the Malay Archipelago...


The Red Zeppelin

by Jack Treby

“You’ll never get me up in one of those things. They’re absolutely lethal.” Seville, 1931. Six months after the loss of the British airship the R101, a German Zeppelin is coming in to land in Southern...


Accidental Warrior

by Lavirrealista

This short story of the future is told through the character of an unwilling and accidental warrior, Lara, born to be a scientist but unaware of having been genetically engineered. Set during a life or death...


Zetana The Disconnected

by Maria Pellegrini

The Universal Connection was the way in which knowledge flowed around the Mother Galaxy. It was a plasma that permeated everything. It gave and received knowledge almost unconsciously. Unfortunately the Connection...


The War of the Plutonidians

by Maria Pellegrini

The Plutonidians were a really curious species. They came from nomadic intergalactic populations settling uninhabited new planets, rather than living together with different species in the most attractive and...


The Ironsmith

by Nicholas Guild

The Ironsmith is captivating novel from Nicholas Guild dramatizing the behind-the-scenes political plots to kill Jesus and one man's attempt to save his life.

This is the story of Joshua, a carpenter from the...


Good Girls

Motherless Children Trilogy #2

by Glen Hirshberg

Three-time International Horror Guild and Shirley Jackson Award Winner Glen Hirshberg brings his flair for the grim, grisly, and emotionally harrowing to Good Girls, the standalone sequel to Motherless Child....


A Gathering of Shadows

Shades of Magic #2

by V. E. Schwab

Four months have passed since the shadow stone fell into Kell's possession. Four months since his path crossed with Delilah Bard. Four months since Rhy was wounded and the Dane twins fell, and the stone was...


The Fourth Horseman

Kirk McGarvey #19

by David Hagberg

The heart-pounding next installment in the New York Times bestselling Kirk McGarvey series

Pakistan is torn apart by riots in the streets. The CIA sends Pakistan expert David Haaris to meet with leaders of the...


The Absconded Ambassador

by Michael R. Underwood

Fiction is more important than you think. When stories go wrong, the Genrenauts step in to prevent the consequences from rippling into our so-called real world.

When a breach is discovered in Science Fiction...