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Rose's Garden: A Novel

by Carrie Brown

Conrad and Rose met as children, fell in love as teenagers, and married young. Conrad earned a living as a gilder, raised homing pigeons, and worshipped Rose. Rose gardened. They lived together for more than...


Trouble Is My Business: A Novel

Marlowe #8

by Raymond Chandler

In the four long stories in this collection, Marlowe is hired to protect a rich old guy from a gold digger, runs afoul of crooked politicos, gets a line on some stolen jewels with a reward attached, and stumbles...


A Father's Fortune

by Shirley Hailstock

FROM NURSERY RHYMES…

Tough, rugged carpenter Digger Clayton was good at avoiding his past—he stayed far away from kids and pretty women. Until nursery school teacher Erin Taylor offered him a job he couldn't...


The Blackbird Papers: A Novel

by Ian Smith

A rainy night . . . A stranded motorist . . . A Good Samaritan passerby … a Nobel Prize–winning professor . . . The setup for a shocking murder designed to cover up an even more sinister crime . . .

The...


Valley of the Soul

by Tamara Siler Jones

In the mage wars, Dubric Byerly risked his life–and sacrificed the woman he loved–to catch magic’s darkest killers. Those battles are long over–and the monsters Dubric hunts these days are nothing more...


The Quantum July

by Ron King

DANNY PARSONS IS a dreamer. He loves nothing better than to close his eyes and let the world slip away, dreaming of India, or Alaska, or Kenya - anywhere but his home, living any life but his life. Danny is...


Little Fur #1: The Legend Begins

by Isobelle Carmody

Who is Little Fur? Why, she's a half elf, half troll, as tall as a three-year-old human child, with slanted green eyes, wild red hair that brambles about her pointed ears, and bare, broad, four-toed feet. Little...


Thirteen Moons: A Novel

by Charles Frazier

This magnificent novel by one of America’s finest writers is the epic of one man’s remarkable journey, set in nineteenth-century America against the background of a vanishing people and a rich way of life....


Contemporary Literature: The Basics

by Suman Gupta

'Contemporary Literature' is among the most popular areas of literary study but it can be a difficult one to define. This book equips readers with the necessary tools to take an analytical and systematic approach...


Leaving Eden

by Anne Leclaire

“The promise of beauty—the kind of real, personal beauty that can transform a person’s life—arrived in Eden, Virginia, on the fourth Thursday in June.” That’s the day Tallie Brock sees the sign at...


McSweeney's Mammoth Treasury of Thrilling Tales

by Michael Chabon

A Vintage Contemporaries Original

Includes:

Jim Shepard's "Tedford and the Megalodon"

Glen David Gold's "The Tears of Squonk, and What Happened Thereafter"

Dan Chaon's "The Bees"

Kelly Link's "Catskin"

Elmore Leonard's...


Impossible Places

by Alan Dean Foster

For three decades science fiction legend Alan Dean Foster has captivated readers around the world, from his debut classic The Tar-Aiym Krang and his inspired scenario for the first Star Trek movie to a host...


Desperadoes

by Chris Scott Wilson

When a bible-punching bounty hunter caught and hanged one of the Benson Gang, his weakness for women made him cross the line.

He was hunting the outlaws responsible for holding up the westbound train of the...


Our Fathers

by John Chabot

When Matt Carlsberg is found dead in a cottage on Connor Beach, the police must find not only who killed him, but why.

The investigation is conducted by Harry Chervenic, a detective with too much experience,...


Death Wears a White Gardenia

by Zelda Popkin

Prudence Abernathy left her job in a California art gallery to marry a young army captain on the way home from Vietnam. She settled into the life of a country housewife at the old family plantation in Mason...


Writing Fiction and Poetry: Essays by North Carolina Writers

by Sally Sullivan

"Our meddling intellect misshapes the beauteous forms of things; we murder to dissect," Wordsworth cautioned at the dawning of a new age of science and technology. It is a caution that, in addition to applying...


Lovell's Prize

by Randy D. Smith

US Deputy Marshal Don Lovell works the Indian Territory "on the scout" out of Fort Smith, Arkansas, in 1878. He is known for a strong handshake and a firm disposition, and for making good his word. Women generally...


Dodge City

by Randy D. Smith

Dodge City is the second of three historical novels depicting the life of fictional plains adventurer, Lane Collier. This time Collier is a professional bison hunter during the great Southern herd slaughter...


A Moment of Truth: The Life of Zola

by Hugh McLeave

A Moment of Truth is a biographical novel of the life and times of Zola. It is also a cultural fresco of late nineteenth-century France.

A Moment of Truth tells of Zola's early struggle against poverty and...


Straight from the Heart

by Sean D. Young

Pastry chef Lili Hart hasn't been satisfied with what she's accomplished with her siblings at Hearts and Flowers. She yearns for independent success, so she seeks to take on clients of her own not tied to the...