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Consider the Lilies

by Carol Fenlon

The haunting and beautifully crafted tale of a girl’s feral childhood in 1960s Lancashire, and her friend Jack’s search for the missing ‘homeless’ adult she becomes. Piecing together diaries, medical...


The Living Gut

by W. N. Ewing & L. A. Tucker

Fully revised and updated, this study is a significant contribution to the understanding of animal nutrition, health, and productivity. Covering an array of modern topics—from the biology of the gastrointestinal...


Perfecting the Pig Environment

by Paul Smith, Hugh Crabtree & Nick Bird

Through several case studies presented by commercial pig farmers, this well-documented record demonstrates the theory and practice of managing the pig environment and confronts the expensive consequences of...


Critical Mass

by Philip Ball

Are there any "laws of nature" that influence the ways in which humans behave and organize themselves? In the seventeenth century, tired of the civil war ravaging England, Thomas Hobbes decided that he would...


Two-Part Inventions

by Lynne Sharon Schwartz

Two-Part Inventions begins when Suzanne, a concert pianist, dies suddenly of a stroke in the New York City apartment she shares with her producer husband Philip. Rather than mourn in peace, Philip becomes deeply...


Kore: On Sickness, the Sick, and the Search for the Soul of Medicine

by Andrzej Szczeklik, Antonia Lloyd-Jones & Adam Zagajewski

There is a grand tradition of physicians who are also great writers and philosophers. From Copernicus and Paracelsus, to Chekov, Osler and Frankl. And most recently Sherwin Nuland and Oliver Sacks have gained...


A Hatred for Tulips

by Richard Lourie

 "People who don't have secrets imagine them as dark and hidden. It's just the opposite. Secrets are bright. They light you up. Like the bare lightbulb left on in a cell day and night, they give you no rest."...


1912: The Year the World Discovered Antarctica

by Chris Turney

“The South Pole discovered” trumpeted the front page of The Daily Chronicle on March 8, 1912, marking Roald Amundsen’s triumph over the tragic Robert Scott. Yet behind all the headlines there was a much...


From the Forest: A Search for the Hidden Roots of our Fairytales

by Sara Maitland

Fairy tales are one of our earliest cultural forms, and forests one of our most ancient landscapes. Both evoke similar sensations: At times they are beautiful and magical, at others spooky and sometimes horrifying....


Jesus Land: A Memoir

by Julia Scheeres

Julia and her adopted brother, David, are sixteen-years-old. Julia is white. David is black. It is the mid-1980s and their family has just moved to rural Indiana, a landscape of cottonwood trees, trailer parks,...


Accabadora

by Michela Murgia & Silvester Mazzarella

The award winning Accabadora is an exceptional English-language debut, written with intriguing subtlety reflecting a sensual picture of local Italian life and death in villages during the 1950's. A time where...


The Spirit Calling: Awaken to the Sound of His Voice

by Various Various

Awaken each day to the voice of the Holy Spirit, inviting you to experience His comfort and guidance like you've never imagined.


Superfly: The Jimmy Snuka Story

by Jon Chattman, Jimmy Snuka & Rowdy Roddy Piper

Focusing on the superstar who single-handedly influenced the development of sports entertainment, this autobiography highlights the legacy of World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) icon Jimmy Snuka. The wrestler’s...


Wearing the "C": Leadership Secrets from Hockey's Greatest Captains

by Ross Bernstein, Scott Stevens & Bobby Clarke

Wearing the “C” insignia on the uniform—a badge of honor reserved for team captains—is professional hockey’s highest honor, and this study discusses how many of the NHL’s all-time greatest players...


Wisdom's Daughter

by India Edghill

This is the tale of Bilqis, the Queen of Sheba, who rules the spice lands and bows before the will of the Goddess.

This is the tale of Solomon, the King of Israel and Judea, who built the golden temple to Yahweh...


Closing the Gap: Lombardi, the Packers Dynasty, and the Pursuit of Excellence

by Willie Davis, Jim Martyka & Andrea Erickson Davis

Describing how NFL great Willie Davis helped define the hard-nosed, in-your-face defense of the original football dynasty, the 1960s Green Bay Packers, this revealing autobiography also illustrates his persona...


The Psycho 100: Baseball's Most Outrageous Moments

by Steve "Psycho" Lyons & Burton Rocks

Steve "Psycho" Lyons uses his patented Psycho-Meter to break down the 100 most famous and infamous moments in baseball history. And who better to chronicle baseball's history of outrageous personalities, plays,...


"Then Ozzie Said to Harold. . .": The Best Chicago White Sox Stories Ever Told

by Lew Freedman & Billy Pierce

Written for every sports fan who follows the Chicago White Sox, this account goes behind the scenes to peek into the private world of the players, coaches, and decision makers—all while eavesdropping on their...


Fault Line

Em Hansen #8

by Sarah Andrews

In Fault Line, Sarah Andrews' seventh absorbing mystery, forensic geologist Emily Hansen finds herself in a heavenly situation-for a geologist, anyway. Here, Salt Lake City, on the verge of hosting the Olympics,...


The Life of George Washington

by John Marshall

Within eight years of the death of George Washington in 1799, the first major biography of “the father of his country” was written by John Marshall and published in five volumes. Marshall, who later became...