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The Two-Lane Gourmet

by Tom Snyder & Frank J. Prial

The Two-Lane Gourmet is the first wine-and-cuisine guide to sample top estate vineyards, intriguing inns, and intimate dining in all three West Coast states, from Southern California to Washington.

Come along...


Taking Back God

by Leora Tanenbaum

In Taking Back God Leora Tanenbaum recounts the stories of women across the United States, starting with herself, who love their religion but hate their second-class status within it. If you’ve witnessed...


Bones in the Desert

by Jana Bommersbach

Loretta Bowersock and her daughter, Terri, ran a multimillion-dollar furniture store based in Tempe, Arizona, where they were well-known and admired by many. Together, these two women seemed to be living the...


Restless Genius

by Richard J. Tofel

The story of the man who transformed The Wall Street Journal and modern media

In 1929, Barney Kilgore, fresh from college in small-town Indiana, took a sleepy, near bankrupt New York financial paper—The...


The Great Comeback

by Gary Ecelbarger

In the fall of 1858, Abraham Lincoln looked to be anything but destined for greatness. Just shy of his fiftieth birthday, Lincoln was wallowing in the depths of despair following his loss to Stephen Douglas...


A Life Like Other People's

by Alan Bennett

FROM ONE OF BRITAIN’S GREATEST LIVING WRITERS AND THE AUTHOR OF THE UNCOMMON READER, A FAMILY MEMOIR AND UNIQUE WORK OF ART—A LIFE LIKE OTHER IS ALAN BENNETT AT HIS BEST

In this poignant memoir of his parents’...


A Most Peculiar Malaysian Murder

Inspector Singh Investigates #1

by Shamini Flint

Meet Inspector Singh: a fat, slightly bumbling, but truly lovable detective sure to charm readers of The No.1 Ladies Detective Agency Inspector Singh is in a bad mood. He’s been sent from his home in Singapore...


The Assailant

Lieutenant George Hastings #3

by James Patrick Hunt

CO-ED SLAIN. That’s the call that brings St. Louis Police Lieutenant George Hastings to the downtown banks of the Mississippi River, where Reesa Woods has been strangled and dumped. The hard-charging Hastings...


The Confidential Casebook of Sherlock Holmes

by Marvin Kaye

This long-awaited volume finally brings to light several cases of the world's most famous consulting detective that were originally suppressed to avoid scandal and embarrassment to the Crown, public figures,...


The Hanged Man

The Tarot Card Mysteries #4

by David Skibbins

The cops have jailed the wrong person: dominatrix Thérèse de Farge. Sally McLaughlin, a feisty paraplegic hacker, sets out to save her friend and ropes Warren Ritter, sarcastic tarot card reader and general...


The Memory Artists

by Jeffrey Moore

Winner of the Canadian Authors Association Award for Best Novel Noel Burun has synesthesia and hypermnesia: he sees words in vibrant explosions of colors and shapes, which collide and commingle to form a memory...


Overkill

Emma Streat #2

by Eugenia Lovett West

Emma Streat is rebuilding her shattered life in Boston when she receives an SOS from Venice. She must come at once to intervene in a disastrous affair between her opera singer niece, Vanessa, and a notorious...


Stephenie Meyer

by Marc Shapiro

The romance of vampire Edward and human Bella in the books Twilight, New Moon, Eclipse, and Breaking Dawn has captured the imaginations of millions of readers and become an amazing success story. No less amazing...


Courage

by Alan Littell

The Year is 1950.  In the North Atlantic west of Ireland the destinies of two ships fuse.  One, an English tramp, breaks apart in a winter storm.  Five survivors cling to the wreckage.  Chance puts the novel's...


The Other Preacher in Lynchburg

by John Killinger

After teaching for a number of years, John Killinger, eager to be a pastor, was offered a church in Lynchburg, Virginia. It was in the 1980s when Jerry Falwell had a congregation there. Falwell had just started...


The Fall of Rome

by Michael Curtis Ford

476 a.d.: The Roman Empire, riddled with corruption and staggered by centuries of barbarian onslaughts, now faces its greatest challenge---not only to its wealth and prestige, but to its very existence.

 

In...


The Book of Names

by Jill Gregory & Karen Tintori

Within each generation, there are thirty-six righteous souls. Their lives hold the key to the fate of the world. Now someone wants them dead.

 

When a childhood tragedy comes back to haunt Professor David Shepherd,...


Afterbirth

by Dani Klein Modisett

Afterbirth is about what parenting is really like: full of inappropriate impulses, unbelievable frustrations, and idiotic situations. It’s about how life for some parents changes for the worse after their...


Trust

by Kathy Bloomgarden

TRUST: The Secret Weapon of Effective Business Leaders taps into a powerful current in American business - the importance of trust in a business's corporate strategy.  In today's environment, leaders who add...


Schooled in Murder

Tom & Scott #12

by Mark Richard Zubro

Tom Mason, Chicago area high school teacher, has been teaching at Grover Cleveland High School for a while - long enough to loathe the faculty meetings and long enough to know that as bad as they are, they aren't...