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Border-Line Personalities

by Michelle Herrera Mulligan & Robyn Moreno

Why, in the minds of most Americans, are Latinas still thought of as maids, seductresses, and booty-shaking salsa divas?

Never has the concept of Latina identity been more relevant. Also, never has there been...


War All the Time

by Charles Bukowski

War All the Time is a selection of poetry from the early 1980s. Charles Bukowski shows that he is still as pure as ever but he has evolved into a slightly happier man that has found some fame and love. These...


Player HateHer

by Tamara A. Johnson-George & Katrina R. Chambers

At last, a humorous, anecdote-filled exploration of the many ways in which women stab each other in the back and talk about each other behind closed doors

If you exhibit any of these traits, you may be guilty...


All Those Moments

by Rutger Hauer & Patrick Quinlan

He came to mainstream prominence as a machine more human than his creators in Blade Runner, terrified us as a hitchhiker bent on his own death and the death of anyone who got in his way in The Hitcher, and unforgettably...


Living On Luck

by Charles Bukowski

Living on Luck is a collection of letters from the 1960s mixed in with poems and drawings. The ever clever Charles Bukowski fills the pages with his rough exterior and juicy center.


Queen of the Oddballs

by Hillary Carlip

A hilariously offbeat memoir about an adventurous young woman's escapades as she defies conventions and transforms an ordinary Los Angeles life into a star-studded, extraordinary miracle of self-discovery.

Queen...


Hometown Recipes for the Holidays

by Nancy Hughes, Anne Gillem, American Profile & Candace Floyd et al.

Hometown Recipes for the Holidays invites you to pull up a chair to America's dinner table and enjoy more than 250 cherished family recipes, special memories, and dozens of beautiful photographs. You'll find...


Play the Piano

by Charles Bukowski

Play the Piano introduces Charles Bukowski's poetry from the 1970s. He leads a life full of gambling and booze but also finds love. These poems are full of lechery and romance as he struggles to mature.


Love and Madness

by Martin Levy

In eighteenth-century England the aristocracy dominated the imagination, their exploits -- and misdeeds -- discussed, debated, and gossiped about in the salons and parlors of London. Now author Martin Levy vividly...


In the Land of Cocktails

by Ti Adelaide Martin & Lally Brennan

Can't tell a Gin Fizz from a Gimlet? Think a Sidecar is something you'd see at the racetrack? If your idea of a wild night is a few Lemondrop shots washed back with a Cosmo, you're in need of some cocktail therapy!...


Peripheral Visions: Learning Along the Way

by Mary C. Bateson

Mary Catherine Bateson, author of Composing a Life, is our guide on a fascinating intellectual exploration of lifetime learning from experience and encountering the unfamiliar. Peripheral Visions begins with...


Restless Virgins

by Abigail Jones & Marissa Miley

An honest, intimate look at the lives of today's teens—told through the true experiences of friends at a New England prep school

Established in 1798, Milton Academy has a proud history of achievement. It has...


Data Smog: Surviving the Information Glut

by David Shenk

Media scholar ( and Internet Enthusiast ) David Shenk examines the troubling effects of information proliferation on our bodies, our brains, our relationships, and our culture, then offers strikingly down-to-earth...


The Great Awakening

by Jim Wallis

Now in paperback: the bestselling author of God’s Politics revives our hope in a politics that reflects our highest common values and offers a roadmap for solving our biggest social problems.


Programming Interviews Exposed: Secrets to Landing Your Next Job

by John Mongan & Noah Suojanen

The pressure is on during the interview process but with the right preparation, you can walk away with your dream job. This classic book uncovers what interviews are really like at America's top software and...


Professional NoSQL

by Shashank Tiwari

A hands-on guide to leveraging NoSQL databases

NoSQL databases are an efficient and powerful tool for storing and manipulating vast quantities of data. Most NoSQL databases scale well as data grows. In addition,...


SharePoint Server 2010 Enterprise Content Management

by Todd Kitta, Brett Grego & Chris Caplinger

SharePoint experts focus on SharePoint 2010 as a platform for Enterprise Content Management

SharePoint allows all users in an organization to manage and share their content reliably and securely. If you're interested...


Mac OS X Lion All-In-One for Dummies

by Mark L. Chambers

Eight minibooks thoroughly cover the newest Mac operating system—Mac OS X Lion

Macs continue to gain market share, and Mac OS X Lion is expected to draw even more converts as it adds the magic of some of your...


Premiere Pro Cs5 and Cs5.5 Digital Classroom

by Jerron Smith

A book-and-DVD training package so you can learn Premiere Pro at your own pace

Premiere Pro is a powerful, timeline-based video editing software, and this personal training course uses a full-color book plus...


Microsoft Office 2007 Simplified

by Sherry Willard Kinkoph

Are you new to computers? Does new technology make you nervous? Relax! You're holding in your hands the easiest guide ever to Office 2007 -- a book that skips the long-winded explanations and shows you how things...