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The Escape Diaries: Life and Love on the Lam (A Loveswept Contemporary Romance)

by Juliet Rosetti

Introducing the hilarious new heroine, Mazie Maguire, in Juliet Rosetti’s irresistible debut novel that follows the outrageous adventure of a woman on the run.


Wrongly convicted of killing her philandering...

The Seven Deadly Sins: A Visitor's Guide

by Lawrence S. Cunningham

Lawrence Cunningham guides readers on a tour of and personal inquiry into the seven deadly sins--their roots in the mystic experiences of the desert fathers, their modern manifestations, and how to supplant...

Keeping the Peace

by Alicia Thorne

Small town sheriff Adam Steele has one goal: keep the peace in his town - and in his life. When writer Charity Malone drifts into town - with every intention of drifting back out again - he has no intention...

My Nora

by Holley Trent

When painter Manora Fredrickson left Baltimore for a fixer-upper located in her ancestral Tyner, North Carolina, she figured she'd be getting away from the distractions of the city: the noise, the crime, the...

Sweet Gone South

by Alicia Hunter Pace

Chocolatier Lanie Heaven has good friends, a booming business, and the adoration of the citizens of Merritt, Alabama. But she also has a secret. After the devastating breakup with her long time college boyfriend,...

Bring It on

by Shelley K. Wall

Kathryn Delroy thinks the management training session she's been asked to attend will be a dream come true. The excitement hits a new level when an old family friend, Thomas Ryan, shows up as well.

When the training...

The Black Box

Harry Bosch #18

by Michael Connelly

In a case that spans 20 years, Harry Bosch links the bullet from a recent crime to a file from 1992, the killing of a young female photographer during the L.A. riots. Harry originally investigated the murder,...

Six Earlier Days

by David Levithan

In Every Day, New York Times bestselling author David Levithan presented readers with his most ambitious novel to date: Every morning, A wakes up in a different body and leads a different life. A must never...

Inventing Wine: A New History of One of the World's Most Ancient Pleasures

by Paul Lukacs

“Meticulously researched history . . . look[s] at how wine and Western civilization grew up together.”—Dave McIntyre, Washington Post Because science and technology have opened new avenues for vintners,...

The Valley of Unknowing

by Philip Sington

“Remarkable…Superbly anchored in place and time…[A] brilliant, evocative and accurate novel.”—The Times (London) In the twilight years of Communist East Germany, Bruno Krug, author of a single world-famous...


by Stig Saeterbakken & Seán| Kinsella

The second volume in Stig Sæterbakken's loosely connected "S Trilogy," Self-Control moves from the dark portrait of codependent marriage featured in the acclaimed Siamese to a world of solitary loneliness and...

The Shadow of Memory

by Bernard Comment & Betsy Wing

The debut novel of Bernard Comment, acclaimed author and editor, now available in English for the first time, The Shadow of Memory brings a fairy-tale premise into the modern world, where information-and its...

Pacific Crucible: War at Sea in the Pacific, 1941-1942

by Ian W. Toll

“Both a serious work of history . . . and a marvelously readable dramatic narrative.”—San Francisco Chronicle

On the first Sunday in December 1941, an armada of Japanese warplanes appeared suddenly over...

Howard Cosell: The Man, the Myth, and the Transformation of American Sports

by Mark Ribowsky

“Brilliant . . . entertaining . . . a thought-provoking portrayal of the multi-faceted Howard Cosell in all his glory and enmity.”—Don Ohlmeyer, Wall Street Journal Howard Cosell’s colorful bombast,...

Selling to Win

by Richard Denny

Richard Denny is the "godfather of salesmanship" and Selling to Win has established itself as an international best-seller and classic sales text. One of the world's most inspirational business speakers, Richard...

The Unbegotten

by John Creasey

The human race is experiencing a slow death as the population ages, but no babies are being born. Emissaries from outer space are the cause, but this is unknown, and they are attempting to prevent Dr. Palfrey...

Poetry Slam: The Competitive Art of Performance Poetry

by Gary Glazner

Poetry Slam: The Competitive Art of Performance Poetry documents the first ten years of this cultural phenomenon with details on slam history and rules, hosting your own slam, winning strategies, tips for memorization,...

Traces of Peter Rice

by Kevin Barry

Peter Rice (1935–1992) is widely regarded as the most distinguished structural engineer of the late twentieth century. Following early work on the Sydney Opera House, he defined the structural elements of significant...

7 Minutes Motivation: The Book (Lite Edition)

by Samer Chidiac

7 Minutes Motivation is an untraditionally simple book aiming at bringing motivating and inspiring information, stories & quotes to bright up your week in an easy & relaxing way. What defines this book is that...

Doomsday Rocks From Space

by Margaret Poynter

What happened to the dinosaurs? Scientific evidence suggests that a giant asteroid crashed into Earth 65 million years ago, killing off the dinosaurs. This doomsday rock could have changed the course of life...