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No Secrets in Spandex

by Toni Jones

Sexy bike racer Jacob Hunter is turning heads on the international cycling circuit . . . in more ways then one. Rumor has it the handsome daredevil owes his success to more than just muscle and willpower. Allegations...


Beach Blanket Zombie: Weird Tales of the Undead & Other Humanoid Horrors

by Mark McLaughlin

Zombies are relentless, ravenous creatures, and their insatiable appetite for living flesh has given author Mark McLaughlin plenty of food for thought. In BEACH BLANKET ZOMBIE, you will sit down to a feast of...


A Wild Goose Chase Christmas: Quilts of Love Series

by Jennifer Allee

A quilt, a secret message, a dog, and a possible treasure make for an unforgettable Christmas!


Judas Payne: A Weird Western

by Michael Hemmingson

Judas Payne was the devil's spawn, a product of rape, a half-white, half-Indian outcast who was loved only by his pretty half-sister, Evangeline. When the Reverend Payne finds the two naked in the barn, he takes...


Vampire's Dilemma

by Penny Ash, Jacqueline Lichtenberg & Jean Lorrah

Life doesn't stop being complicated just because you're dead.

In the old days, vampires were sexy, ruthless, and evil. They could, and would, compel the living to do whatever they wanted. They owned the night....


Dr. Morelle Meets Murder: Classic Crime Stories

by Ernest Dudley

Here is another collection of the strange adventures of Doctor Morelle, that most sardonic of detectives, in a sequence of eight intriguing episodes from the Doctor's casebook. The Doctor meets both brutal and cunning murders and murderers, ranging from a man battered to death with a heavy brass object to a woman poisoned with cyanide. Morelle investigates in his inimitable, cerebral, and biting style. He is aided--or sometimes handicapped--by his gentle, timorous assistant, Miss Frayle--who in this volume finally tells gets her backbone up and tells her employer that ?enough is enough!? Finding a new secretary--or keeping the old one--proves to be one of the most difficult mysteries that Dr. Morelle has ever had to solve! Great classic British crime stories....


Coverboy

by Dan Skinner

Fate made Brock Martindale the wonder boy of the modeling world. Bad choices left him unemployed and penniless with nowhere to go. Then fate strikes again, sending him Carey Lindenbay, an amateur photographer....


Drama Lessons: Ages 7-11

by Judith Ackroyd & Jo Barter-Boulton

Drama Lessons: Ages 7-11 offers an exciting and varied range of tried and tested lessons tailor-made for busy teachers. Drama Lessons: Ages 7-11 emerges from the continuing positive responses to Drama Lessons...


Underground Rivers: A Collection of Short Stories

by Mike French

The Luton Writers' Group was born out of a question: Are there still writers out there or has Luton become a literary desert? Before the group started, a workshop was run last year at Luton library about getting...


Diving the Wrecks

by magdalena zschokke

Emma appears to have it all: a healthy family, friends, and a stable marriage, but she spends her days wishing herself far from Switzerland and her nights dreaming of adventure. When her father dies unexpectedly...


The Rabbi and Princess Harmonica: A Tale of Human Trafficking

by Joe Cohen

In "The Rabbi and Princess Harmonica" a Romanian girl ensnared by human traffickers, and a displaced rabbi who discovers his true calling in art, are brought together through the circumstance of an attempted...


The Painting

by Nina Schuyler

In 1869 Japan, a young woman escapes the confines of her arranged marriage by painting memories of her lover on mulberry paper. She secretly wraps the painting around a ceramic pot that's bound for Europe....


Guide to Publishing Opportunities for Librarians

by Carol F Schroeder, Gloria G Roberson & Peter Gellatly

This helpful guidebook makes it easy for librarians to select the most appropriate periodical or serial for their proposed articles. A subject index with cross references ensures quick access to the alphabetically...


Rust and Bone: Stories

by Craig Davidson

“Enough incident, shock, and suspense for a dozen books. . . . Filled with stories you haven’t heard before.”—Bret Easton Ellis In steel-tipped prose, Craig Davidson conjures a savage world populated...


Ye Liveliest Wickedness

by Cherry Gerrard

The macabre and supernatural add to the atmospherics of this beguiling collection. From the descent into madness of a man trapped in the Polar ice to a gruesome American Civil War discovery far grislier than...


The Theatre of Howard Barker

by Charles Lamb

In this second, fully revised edition of his acclaimed study of Barker's work, Charles Lamb sets out to make emotional sense of the characters and their interactions.

This is a detailed exploration of the 'scene...


Me Too

by Donald Jack

Back home in Gallop to set up an aircraft company after the First World War, Bandy finds himself having to get involved in all sorts of unsavoury business, from rum-running to running for Parliament, before...


The Ballad of Peckham Rye (New Directions Classic)

by Muriel Spark

A slender satirical gem from the “master of malice and mayhem” (The New York Times) The Ballad of Peckham Rye is a wickedly farcical tale of an English factory town turned upside-down by a Scot who may or...


The Tanners

by Robert Walser, Susan Bernofsky & W. G. Sebald

"The Tanners is a contender for Funniest Book of the Year."—The Village Voice The Tanners, Robert Walser’s amazing 1907 novel of twenty chapters, is now presented in English for the very first time, by the...


The Berenstain Bears Chapter Book: Go Platinum

by Stan & Jan Berenstain

It's time for Bear Country School's annual musicale, the school's big yearly fundraiser. This year, the musicale is being run by the cubs' least favorite teacher, Ms. Glitch, who does not allow rock music to...