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The Absent One: A Department Q Novel

Department Q #2

by Jussi Adler-Olsen

New York Times bestseller Jussi Adler-Olsen returns with the second book in his electrifying Department Q series

"The new 'it' boy of Nordic Noir" (The Times, London) delivers an electrifying follow up to his...


The Lost Prince: A Novel

by Selden Edwards

The Lost Prince can stand independently of The Little Book … but why deprive yourself of the pleasures of reading both?” —Booklist

Recently returned from fin de siècle Vienna, where she tragically...


Dead Stars

by Bruce Wagner

Dead Stars is the London Fields of Los Angeles, the Ulysses of TMZ culture—an immensely literate, fearsomely interior novel about people who are neither.” —Tom Bissell, GQ

At age thirteen, Telma is...


I'll Stand by You: One Woman's Mission to Heal the Children of the World

by Elissa Montanti & Jennifer Haupt

“The saint of Staten Island” (People magazine) shares the inspirational story of how she’s changing the world, one child at a time

Fourteen years ago, Elissa Montanti was reeling from the loss of several...


Rav Hisda's Daughter, Book I: Apprentice: A Novel of Love, the Talmud, and Sorcery

by Maggie Anton

Hisdadukh, blessed to be beautiful and learned, is the youngest child of Talmudic sage Rav Hisda. The world around her is full of conflict. Rome, fast becoming Christian, battles Zoroastrian Persia for dominance...


I'm Losing You: A Novel

by Bruce Wagner

“A writer without mercy . . . this book is like a wire stretched across the throat.” —Oliver Stone

In an epic novel that does for Hollywood what Nashville did for Nashville, I’m Losing You follows the...


Thirteen

The Women of the Otherworld #13

by Kelley Armstrong

The gripping, epic finale to the bestselling Otherworld series

A war is brewing and the first battle has already been waged. After rescuing her half brother from supernatural medical testing, Savannah Levine—a...


A Year Up: Helping Young Adults Move from Poverty to Professional Careers in a Single Year

by Gerald Chertavian

“[Chertavian] demonstrates that with hard work and the right supports … young adults can overcome even the toughest of circumstances.” —Geoffrey Canada, president and CEO, Harlem Children’s Zone

There...


The Sleeping Beauty Trilogy

by Anne Rice

In 1983, Anne Rice, writing as A.N. Roquelaure, began the first installment of the trilogy that is now considered a forerunner of erotic literature.  This trilogy, containing the books The Claiming of Sleeping...


It's the Middle Class, Stupid!

by James Carville & Stan Greenberg

Government has really screwed things up for the average American. Work has been devalued. Education costs are out of sight. Effort and ambition have never been so scantily rewarded. Political guru James Carville...


Catalog Living at Its Most Absurd: Decorating Takes (Wicker) Balls

by Molly Erdman

Millions have already been to Gary and Elaine’s. Isn’t it time you dropped by?

Have you ever flipped through the pages of a Pottery Barn catalog and thought, “Who actually lives that way?” Rest assured,...


Harmless as Doves: An Amish-Country Mystery

by P. L. Gaus

Book 7 of the Amish-Country Mysteries

"A sensitive account of the impact on this community when outsiders (that is, the cops) descend to deal with an Amish youth who has confessed to the murder of his fiancée's...


Getting Control: Overcoming Your Obsessions and Compulsions

by Lee Baer

Thoroughly revised and updated—the go-to book for OCD sufferers who want to master their fears and take charge of their lives

The first comprehensive guide to treating obsessive compulsive disorder based on...


Words Can Change Your Brain: 12 Conversation Strategies to Build Trust, Resolve Conflict, and Increase Intimacy

by Andrew Newberg & Mark Robert Waldman

The author of the national bestsellers Why God Won’t Go Away and How God Changes Your Brain reveals groundbreaking research that will make difficult conversations a thing of the past

Sometimes it feels as...


Slouching Toward Adulthood: How to Let Go So Your Kids Can Grow Up

by Sally Koslow

"The helicopter parent has crashed and burned. . . . Sally Koslow [has] documented a generation so cosseted that they have lost the impetus to grow up or leave home. The over-involved parent has gone from paragon...


A Calm Brain: How to Relax into a Stress-Free, High-Powered Life

by M.D., Gayatri Devi

In a world filled with too many choices, oppressive technology, and relentlessly overbooked schedules—how do we achieve the calm we so desperately need?

Our ancestors used the fight-or-flight mechanism to...


On the Island

by Tracey Garvis Graves

Two people stranded on an island struggle to survive—and slowly fall in love—in the runaway New York Times bestseller from the author of the forthcoming novel COVET.

Anna Emerson is a thirty-year-old English...


Why Does Batman Carry Shark Repellent?: And Other Amazing Comic Book Trivia!

by Brian Cronin

Outrageous, fascinating and bizarre facts from every corner of the comic book universe

What comic book artist was the recipient of an on-stage thank you from Paul McCartney and an on-air apology from Johnny Carson?...


Dumb History: The Stupidest Mistakes Ever Made

by Joey Green

A book that proves idiocy is as old as time

Think civilization has deteriorated and that people these days are dumber than ever? Dumb History proves that we didn’t invent stupidity in the 21st century. You’ll...


Man of War: My Adventures in the World of Historical Reenactment

by Charlie Schroeder

“A rollicking good ride.” —Jay Winik, bestselling author of April 1865

It’s the middle of a heat wave, and Charlie Schroeder is dressed in heavy clothing and struggling to row a replica eighteenth-century...