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Night's Mistress

by Amanda Ashley

"A master of her craft." --Maggie Shayne

"Ashley is a master storyteller." --Romantic Times

Mara. She is mysterious, alluring, a creature of the night, torn between two unforgettable men. . .

Kyle Bowden. A gorgeous,...

The Self as a Sign, the World, and the Other: Living Semiotics

by Susan Petrilli & Augusto Ponzio

The question of subjectivity concerns the close and the distant, the self and the other, the other from self, and the other of self. It is thus connected to the question of the sign. It calls for a semiotic...

Crime and Custom in Savage Society

by Bronislaw Malinowski & James M. Donovan

“[A] stimulating contribution to the study of law and order in a primitive society.”

—I. Schapera, Man


The best lesson Malinowski provides us with comes in the last paragraphs of Crime...

Crafting Contemporary Pagan Identities in a Catholic Society

by Kathryn Rountree

Most studies of contemporary Paganism have been conducted in societies which are predominantly Protestant and increasingly secular. The ways in which Pagan identities are constructed in these contexts have tended...

Health and Human Rights in a Changing World

by Michael Grodin, Daniel Tarantola & George Annas

This anthology, compiled by four of the top schoalrs in the field, gives a global view of public health.  The editors begin with an introduction to public health and move on to legal, economic, and political...

Q&A Civil Liberties & Human Rights 2013-2014

by Helen Fenwick & Richard Glancey

Routledge Q&As give you the tools to practice and refine your exam technique, showing you how to apply your knowledge to maximum effect in an exam situation.

These new editions for 2013-2014 will provide you...

Posthuman Blues: Volume I (2003 - 2004)

by Mac Tonnies

Posthuman Blues, Vol. I is first volume of the edited version of the popular weblog maintained by author Mac Tonnies from 2003 until his tragic death in 2009. Tonnies' blog was a pastiche of his original fiction,...

Aunt Lutie's Blue Moon Cafe

by Mims Barbara Deming

In 1966, Mary Margaret Butler (MM) knows she's in trouble when Aunt Lutie leaves her the Blue Moon Cafe in Harts Corner, Texas. Even in death, Aunt Lutie refuses to let MM have her own way and pushes her toward...

Unexpected Gifts

by S.R. Mallery

Can we learn from our ancestral past? Do our relatives behaviors help mold our own? In Unexpected Gifts, that is precisely what happens to Sonia, a confused college student, forever choosing the wrong man. Searching...

The Trouble with Emily Dickinson

by Lyndsey D'Arcangelo

Private high school senior Josephine Jenkins (JJ) is a closet poet and talented writer suffering from stage fright. JJ has also committed the ultimate lesbian faux pas: she’s fallen in love with a straight...

The Education of Queenie McBride

by Lyndsey D'Arcangelo

The overprivileged and overconfident Queenie McBride, who is a lesbian, feels she has life figured out, especially college. But as soon as classes begin at Boston University, she realizes that she is no longer...

Ecology of the Planted Aquarium: A Practical Manual and Scientific Treatis

by Diana Louise Walstad

Hobbyist reference book for keeping natural planted aquariums.

Black Feathers. Joseph D'Lacey

by Joseph D'Lacey

Black Feathers is a modern fantasy set in two epochs: the Black Dawn, a time of environmental apocalypse, and generations into the future in its aftermath, the Bright Day.

In each era, a child undertakes a perilous...

The Lives of Tao

by Wesley Chu

Goodreads Choice 2013 Nominee - Science Fiction

When out-of-shape IT technician Roen woke up and started hearing voices in his head, he naturally assumed he was losing it.

He wasn’t.

He now has a passenger in...

Any Other Name

The Split Worlds #2

by Emma Newman

Cat has been forced into an arranged marriage with William - a situation that comes with far more strings than even she could have anticipated, especially when she learns of his family's intentions for them...

The Age Atomic

by Adam Christopher

The Empire State is dying. The Fissure connecting the pocket universe to New York has vanished, plunging the city into a deep freeze and the populace are demanding a return to Prohibition and rationing as energy...

The Marching Dead

by Lee Battersby

Find the dead a King, save himself, win the love of his life, live happily ever after. No wonder Marius dos Helles is bored. But now something has stopped the dead from, well, dying.

It’s up to Marius, Gerd,...

The Science of Economics: The Economic Teaching of Leon MacLaren

by Raymond Makewell

Based on a three-year course prepared by Leon MacLaren for the School of Economic Science in London in the late 1960s, this book reassesses the first principles of economics. Leon MacLaren (1910–1994) was...

Building Bridges

by Carolyne Aarsen

The end of August finds the Howard sisters busy trying new things. Louise's gifted hands check tire gauges, dipsticks and battery cables in addition to coaxing beautiful music from the piano and organ. Alice-more...

Rosemary for Remembrance

by Sunni Jeffers

Once you visit the charming village of Acorn Hill, you'll never want to leave. And you'll love spending time with the Howard sisters, who have begun a new life together in their childhood home, a gracious Victorian...