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The Heming Way

by Marty Beckerman

Marty Beckerman's hilarious guide for the modern man to booze, battle, and bull-fight his way to becoming more like Hemingway

 

More than fifty years have passed since the death of Ernest Hemingway, history’s...


Fragile Darkness

Midnight Dragonfly #3

by Ellie James

Mystery, suspense, romance and a touch of the paranormal, makes Fragile Darkness a strong, unique entry into the YA market!   

How do you stop someone you can’t see? For as long as she can remember, sixteen-year-old...


Not Dead Yet

Roy Grace #8

by Peter James

Roy Grace tracks a stalker obsessed with a Hollywood starlet in Not Dead Yet, the latest from #1 international bestselling author Peter James Days before one of Hollywood’s hottest stars, Gaia Lafayette,...


Broken Like This

by Monica Trasandes

"Trasandes eloquently renders the passionate and heartrending love story...it’s rare to root for all sides of a love triangle, but the author’s depth of insight into her characters makes this a wonderfully...


Lethal Investments

Oslo detectives #4

by K.O. Dahl & K. O. Dahl

A string of murders sucks the Oslo Detectives into a maelstrom of dark secrets in the latest from the master of Norwegian crime writing.

 

Award-winning author K.O. Dahl has achieved international acclaim with...


Swift Run

Charlie Swift #3

by Laura DiSilverio

Finalist for the Lefty Award for Best Humorous Mystery

With Charlie convalescing from a gunshot wound, Gigi is temporarily running Swift Investigations when Heather-Anne Pawlusik, the tramp who ran off with...


Mandarin Gate

Inspector Shan #7

by Eliot Pattison

In Mandarin Gate, Edgar Award winner Eliot Pattison brings Shan back in a thriller that navigates the explosive political and religious landscape of Tibet. In an earlier time, Shan Tao Yun was an Inspector...


Chasing Doctor Dolittle

by Con Slobodchikoff, PhD

"Slobodchikoff's ground-breaking research" (Jonathan Balcombe) shows us that animals have much to teach us about language

Groundbreaking research has been done teaching animals human language, but what about...


Three Films

by Paul Auster

From The New York Trilogy to The Book of Illusions, Paul Auster's novels have earned him a reputation as "one of American's most spectacularly inventive writers." Here, published together for the first time,...


How Precious Was That While

by Piers Anthony

Piers Anthony tells his own remarkable life story in this candid autobiography, a volume that is sure to intrigue and entertain his many fans-and infuriate his critics. The book begins with a review of the author's...


Cat in a Hot Pink Pursuit

Midnight Louie #17

by Carole Nelson Douglas

Ace freelance PR woman and amateur detective Temple Barr is 30-going-on-19 when she agrees to do homicide lieutenant Carmen Molina a big favor and go undercover as a contestant at Teen Idol, a TV reality show....


Pieces for the Left Hand

by J. Robert Lennon

Finally available in the United States, a singular story collection that Time Out declared “unsettlingly brilliant” Astudent’s suicide note is not what it seems. A high school football rivalry turns absurd—and...


Jesus

by Andrew M. Greeley

"We must begin our story of Jesus by granting him permission to surprise us endlessly...." ---from the Introduction

 

Jesus of Galilee taught through stories, which even today contain the power to startle us...


Jesus and Gin

by Barry Hankins

Jesus and Gin is a rollicking tour of the roaring twenties and the barn- burning preachers who led the temperance movement—the anti-abortion crusade of the Jazz Age.  Along the way, we meet a host of colorful...


Castle Rouge

Irene Adler #6

by Carole Nelson Douglas

IRENE ADLER

Operatic diva. Femme fatale. Adventuress.

And one of the world's most intriguing detectives.

Before Caleb Carr, Anne Perry, and Laurie R. King, Carole Nelson Douglas gave readers a delightful look...


Cat in a Leopard Spot

Midnight Louie #13

by Carole Nelson Douglas

Midnight Louie, that loveable and feisty feline sleuth returns once again to delight his legions of fans. This time, not only does Louie have to bail out his favorite investigative partner, public relations...


The Upper House

by Terence Samuel

They come to Washington for varied and complex reasons—driven perhaps by some deep emotional commitment to an issue, or believing that their time in Congress can make their dream of the presidency a reality....


Marshall: Lessons in Leadership

by H. Paul Paul Jeffers, Alan Axelrod & Wesley K. Clark

General George C. Marshall was a skillful and compassionate leader with a unique legacy. He never fired a shot during WWII and led no troops into battle—his brilliance was purely strategic and diplomatic,...


The Next American Civil War

by Lee Harris

The tea parties, the guns at town hall meetings, the protests against health care reform, and the general unrest in America today have taken many people by surprise. Some interpret it in terms of economic hard...


Lincoln and McClellan

by John C. Waugh

There was no more remarkable pair in the Civil War than Abraham Lincoln and George McClellan. At only 35 years old, McClellan commanded the Ohio troops early in the war, and won skirmishes for the Union in western...