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The Thieves of Manhattan: A Novel

by Adam Langer

The famously false memoirs of James Frey may be yesterday’s news, but as this funny riff reminds us, literary fakes are as old as literature itself. Ian Minot is an aspiring writer who labors over short stories...


Strangers: A Novel

by Anita Brookner

Booker Prize-winner Anita Brookner captures the magic and depth of real life with this story of an ordinary man whose unexpected longings, doubts, and fears are universal.

 

Paul Sturgis is resigned to his bachelorhood...


The Cookbook Collector: A Novel

by Allegra Goodman

NATIONAL BESTSELLER

Emily and Jessamine Bach are opposites in every way: Twenty-eight-year-old Emily is the CEO of Veritech, twenty-three-year-old Jess is an environmental activist and graduate student in philosophy....


Steampunk! An Anthology of Fantastically Rich and Strange Stories

by Kelly Link & Gavin J. Grant

Imagine an alternate universe where romance and technology reign. Where tinkerers and dreamers craft and re-craft a world of automatons, clockworks, calculating machines, and other marvels that never were. Where...


Lonely Road

by Nevil Shute

Malcolm Stevenson, a wealthy ex-naval officer haunted by his memories of the war, finds his lonely life turned upside down one night when he runs into trouble on a road near the coast. What at first appears...


The Coming of Marshall

by Harvey Minnick

Book Synopsis: A damaged spaceship is hurtling toward the Earth, and the Russian government mistakenly believes the spacecraft is the anticipated Doomsday asteroid. The Russians shoot it down, not realizing...


The Journey to Antar

by Robert Griffin

The Journey to Antar is the first of four volumes in the Mischka's Tale fantasy series. It tells the story of young Mischka's search for his lost sister, from his boyhood home in the mountains to the great city...


Sons of Plato

by Richard Meyer

Milton Hancock is a brilliant yet immature teenager who develops a machine capable of transporting objects through time. Things go horribly wrong when two hired hoodlums attempt to steal his project, separating...


A Dead Language

by Peter Rushforth

Benjamin Franklin Pinkerton - the faithless young naval lieutenant who abandons Madam Butterfly - was glimpsed fleetingly in Peter Rushforth's previous novel, 'Pinkerton's Sister'. Now Ben steps out of the shadows...


Fell Back

by M.E. Kerr

When a classmate at his exclusive private school falls to his death from a tower, seventeen-year-old John Fell is determined to find out whether the incident was suicide, accident, or murder.


Fell

by M.E. Kerr

John Fell loves his family and gourmet cooking, and feels appropriately tormented by Keats, his rich girlfriend from the right side of the tracks. A normal life - normal, that is, until he meets Woodrow Pingree...


Dying for Chocolate

Goldy Bear Culinary Mysteries #1

by Diane Mott Davidson

Goldy Bear is the bright, opinionated, wildly inventive caterer whose personal life is a recipe for disaster, with bills taking a bite out of her budget and her abusive ex-husband making tasteless threats. Determined...


Girl on the Best Seller List

by Vin Packer

The book that damned an entire town

FERN FULTON: ''I'm the only friend Gloria Wealdon has in this town. How could she write those dreadful things about me and my husband and our daughter?''

VIRGINIA FULTON, age...


Come Destroy Me

by Vin Packer

He was sixteen the summer he killed the girl - a brown-haired boy painfully aware of beauty and in search of it.

The trouble was, he had a kind of adoration for Jill Latham's cool beauty and her mysticism. So...


Dark Don't Catch Me

by Vin Packer

Paradise, Georgia, USA where black and white have lived together, and in secret loved together for three hundred years; where the white man knows that the dark-skinned man is his blood brother and hates him...


Game of Survival

by Marijane Meaker

A broken cable, a useless speaker, darkness. Five frightened people huddled in a crippled elevator about to take its final plunge. And the old games are played out.

A novel of shattering human revelation. It...


Something in the Shadows

by Vin Packer

Joseph Meaker was a shy, dedicated scholar. To his brash wife, Maggie, and her advertising friends, he was a cipher, easily dismissed. But behind his gentle façade he carried the seeds of violence, subtle and...


Kim

by Robert Colby

Kim affected men like an electric current. And she usually set off the charge. But when Eddie Tarino took her for a cruise on his yacht, she was like a little girl at the zoo - outside the leopard's cage.

Tarino's...


Lament for Julie

by Robert Colby

Tormented by a satin-skinned package of dynamite who offered him ecstasy unfettered by convention . . . Bedeviled by another woman who wanted a master . . . Given 12 hours to get out of town - and then framed...


The Faster She Runs

by Robert Colby

It started like most of Marian's troubles, because of her betting the ponies - that consuming habit which she herself could hardly understand.

Someone told her once that she wanted to lose. But Marian knew that...