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Punk Style

by Steve Redhead

Punk Style examines the dress of this incredibly diverse, long-lasting and hugely influential subculture and its impact on mainstream fashion. Taking a comprehensive approach, the book includes a historical...


The Power of Just Doing Stuff: How Local Action Can Change the World

by Rob Hopkins

Packed with real-life examples and the voices of people who have created innovative local businesses and invested in all manner of new enterprises, this call for local action argues that the seed of a new economy—and...


Many-Storied House: Poems

by George Ella Lyon

Born in the small, eastern Kentucky coal-mining town of Harlan, George Ella Lyon began her career with Mountain, a chapbook of poems. She has since published many more books in multiple genres and for readers...


This September Sun

by Bryony Rheam

This September Sun won the Best First Book prize at the 2010 Zimbabwe Book Publishers� Association Awards. The book is a chronicle of the lives of two women, the romantic Evelyn and her granddaughter Ellie....


A Whole New Mind: Why Right-Brainers Will Rule the Future

by Daniel H. Pink

The future belongs to a different kind of person with a different kind of mind: artists, inventors, storytellers-creative and holistic "right-brain" thinkers whose abilities mark the fault line between who gets...


The Caruso of Colleen Bawn and Other Short Writings

by John Eppel

The Caruso of Colleen Bawn and Other Short Writings is a collection of short stories and poems from the Zimbabwean author John Eppel. The pieces range from poetry evocative of the sights, sounds and smells of...


Erina

by Wim Boswinkel

Johan comes to Africa to manage a tea plantation. He meets Erina, and his life changes forever. The story takes a leap into the unknown, cleverly blending an African setting with the fantastic premise at its...


The Holy Innocents

by John Eppel

A satirical novel about life in Zimbabwe's second city Bulawayo, with cults and muti murders, and the exploitation of the poor and powerless by the rich and powerful.


The Curse of the Ripe Tomato

by John Eppel

A hilarious send-up of Enid Blyton adventure stories. It mocks fundamentalism, racism, and pseudo-intellectuality. The novel asks, in the most unlikely manner, for reconciliation among the blighted peoples of...


Body Parts

by Caitlin Rother

Reprinted Edition

"Page-turning excitement...riveting, fast-paced true crime." -M. William Phelps

On a chilly November afternoon in 1998, a tearful 36-year-old man walked into the Humboldt County Sheriff's Department...


Killer Crust

by Chris Cavender

Eleanor Swift isn't amused when Laughing Luigi--the sketchy frozen pizza dough baron--walks into her Timber Ridge, North Carolina, pizzeria, A Slice of Delight. But the contract for his pizza-making contest...


The Rat Brain Fiasco #1

by Julie Berry & Sally Gardner

When Cody Mack is called to the principalÕs office yet again, he finds something far worse than detention awaiting him: Splurch Academy, a frightfully sinister boarding school for disobedient children run by...


Just Like Other Daughters

by Colleen Faulkner

Alicia Richards loved her daughter from her very first breath. Days later, when tests confirmed what Alicia already knew-that Chloe had Down syndrome-she didn't falter. Her ex-husband wanted a child who would...


Big Bad Beast

by Shelly Laurenston

Ric Van Holtz is more than he seems, nothing you expect--and everything you want. . .

When it comes to following her instincts, former Marine Dee-Ann Smith never holds back. And this deadly member of a shifter...


Notable

by Marni Bates

"Fans of Meg Cabot will find Marni's voice equally charming and endearing." --Julie Kagawa, New York Times bestselling author

I take no prisoners. . .

I'm Chelsea Halloway and I will happily destroy your social...


Thoreau at Devil's Perch

Henry David Thoreau Mysteries #1

by B.B. Oak

Henry David Thoreau leaves the seclusion of Walden Pond to help investigate a series of murders in the first in B. B. Oak's fascinating new historical mystery series, set against the bucolic backdrop of 19th...


His Third Wife

by Grace Octavia

"Octavia has a unique way of approaching love and heartache." --APOOO Book Club

In her award-winning novel His First Wife, Essence® bestselling author Grace Octavia introduced Jamison Jackson, a man on his...


Looking for Trouble

by Trice Hickman

"Trice Hickman is an amazing writer and storyteller!" --Kimberla Lawson Roby

Some dreams will test your head and your heart...

John Small may be a successful Wall Street banker, but at heart he's a country boy...


Devilishly Wicked

by Kathy Love

A demon's work is never done. . .

Tristan McIntryre is finally moving up the ladder of demon success. The Prince of Darkness himself has put Tristan in charge of total demonic takeover--by way of HOT! magazine,...


Losing My Cool: Love, Literature, and a Black Man's Escape from the Crowd

by Thomas Chatterton Williams

"A provocative, intellectual memoir" (USA Today)-from a remarkable new literary voice.

Growing up, Thomas Chatterton Williams knew he loved three things in life: his parents, literature, and the intoxicating...