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Day One

by Bill Cameron

Born and raised in southern Oregon farm country, Elie Spaneker flees her home and abusive husband, unaware she's being tracked by an ex-cop in the hire of her vengeful father-in-law.

In Portland, retired homicide...


Love Slave (Outlaws and Heroes, Book 1)

by Mallory Rush

Rand Slick knows the white slave trade is alive and well. But not even his wealth and power can buy access to the slave bazaar.

Rand needs a woman... with very special talents.

Private detective Rachel Tinsdale...


Fundamentals of Egyptian Grammar, I: Elements

by Leo Depuydt

This is an introduction to Middle Egyptian, spoken in ancient Egypt around 2000 b.c., also called Classical Egyptian. Scribes imitated it long after Egyptian had evolved. Egyptian was both written and spoken...


Latino Americans: The 500-Year Legacy That Shaped a Nation

by Ray Suarez

THE COMPANION BOOK TO THE PBS DOCUMENTARY SERIES

Latino Americans chronicles the rich and varied history of Latinos, who have helped shaped our nation and have become, with more than fifty million people, the...


Home for the Holidays

by Lisa Plumley

When Rachel loses her Hollywood dream job, a trip home for Christmas seems like a good idea. But she never expects to find a hunk from her past waiting under the mistletoe. . .

Red-hot stylist-to-the-stars...


Stranded

by Andrew Grey

Kendall Monroe is handcuffed to a car in the desert.

Is this life imitating art or art imitating life? The only thing he's sure of is that the situation he finds himself in is a copy of a scene he filmed earlier,...


Honey, I Wrecked the Kids

by Alyson Schafer

More life-saving parenting advice from the bestselling author of Breaking the Good Mom Myth.

Bringing the same perceptive and actionable advice that made Breaking the Good Mom Myth an international bestseller,...


Grimoire of a Kitchen Witch: An Essential Guide to Witchcraft

by Rachel Patterson

A personal and all encompassing guide to what it is to be a Witch, how to live and work within the Craft.


Teaching Your Bird to Talk

by Diane Grindol & Tom Roudybush

From two noted experts-the first in-depth book on teaching your bird to talk

Teaching a bird to talk isn't as difficult as it may seem. In this easy-to-follow guide, avian experts Diane Grindol and Tom Roudybush...


Programming Grails

by Burt Beckwith

Dig deeper into Grails architecture and discover how this application framework works its magic. Written by a core developer on the Grails team, this practical guide takes you behind the curtain to reveal the...


Black Egyptians: The African Origins of Ancient Egypt

by Segun Magbagbeola

Black Egyptians sets out to prove once and for all that Black Africans started and inhabited the Ancient Egyptian civilisation. This is the book to finally put the lid on the Ancient Egyptian race controversy....


The Body in the Library

by Agatha Christie

Agatha Christie's genius for detective fiction is unparalleled. Her worldwide popularity is phenomenal, her characters engaging, her plots spellbinding. No one knows the human heart—or the dark passions that...


The Whatnot

by Stefan Bachmann

The Whatnot is the acclaimed international bestseller and sequel to Stefan Bachmann's riveting debut novel, The Peculiar, which Publishers Weekly called "an absolute treat for readers of any age," and which...


The Clocks

by Agatha Christie

Sheila Webb, typist-for-hire, has arrived at 19 Wilbraham Crescent in the seaside town of Crowdean to accept a new job. What she finds is a well-dressed corpse surrounded by five clocks. Mrs. Pebmarsh, the blind...


And Then There Were None

by Agatha Christie

The world's best-selling mystery with over 100 million copies sold!

Ten people, each with something to hide and something to fear, are invited to a lonely mansion on Indian Island by a host who, surprisingly,...


4.50 from Paddington

by Agatha Christie

For an instant the two trains ran side by side. In that frozen moment, Elspeth McGillicuddy stared helplessly out of her carriage window as a man tightened his grip around a woman's throat. The body crumpled....


Palmistry: From Apprentice To Pro In 24

by Johnny Fincham

Ever wanted to learn palmistry but been confused by the mumbo-jumbo? This no-nonsense book is for everyone and the most innovative approach to the subject in the last two hundred years. It draws on ground-breaking...


Looking at Contemporary Dance: A Guide for the Internet Age

by Marc Raymond Strauss & Myron Howard Nadel

With a focus on dance innovation from the late 19th century to the present, this history provides dance students with accessible information on the major contributors to the art. Organized chronologically by...


The Straw Men

by Paul Doherty

"Medieval mystery fans have cause for rejoicing with the return of Brother Athelstan" Booklist on Bloodstone|January, 1381. Guests of the Regent, John of Gaunt, Brother Athelstan and Sir John Cranston have been...


Last Ape Standing: The Seven-Million-Year Story of How and Why We Survived

by Chip Walter

Over the past 150 years scientists have discovered evidence that at least twenty-seven species of humans evolved on planet Earth. These weren't simply variations on apes, but upright-walking humans who lived...