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Immortal Lycanthropes

by Hal Johnson & Teagan White

A wildly entertaining novel about a young man who discovers that he is part of a secret society of immortal were-creatures bent on hunting one another into extinction.


The Long Reach of Night

The Voidal #2

by Adrian Cole

Once more the cursed warrior, The Voidal and his bizarre familiar, the incorrigible Elfloq, travel through the nightmare regions of the omniverse in search of a way to break the grip of the Dark Gods on their...


Sons of the 613

by Michael Rubens

Isaac is preparing for his bar mitzvah when his older brother Josh, a self-proclaimed "Super Jew" and undefeated wrestler, forces him into a quest to become a man: shooting a gun, riding a motorcycle, playing...


Oblivion Hand

The Voidal #1

by Adrian Cole

Sword & sorcery at its best -- the first of the Voidal trilogy, assembling Adrian Cole's sword & sorcery series for the first time. And don't miss Volumes 2 and 3, also available from Wildside Press.


Dissuading Terror: Strategic Influence and the Struggle Against Terrorism

by Kim Cragin & Scott Gerwehr

U.S. government decisionmakers face a number of challenges as they attempt to form policies that aim to dissuade terrorists from attacking the United States, divert youths from joining terrorist groups, and...


How to Be Secular: A Call to Arms for Religious Freedom

by Jacques Berlinerblau

Equally tired of faith tests for politicians and atheist polemics about the crimes of religion? In How to be Secular, Jacques Berlinerblau issues a rousing defense of America's secular roots as our nation's...


RAND and the Information Evolution: A History in Essays and Vignettes

by Willis H. Ware, Peter Chalk & Richard Warnes

This professional memoir describes RAND's contributions to the evolution of computer science, particularly during the first decades following World War II, when digital computers succeeded slide rules, mechanical...


Aid During Conflict: Interaction Between Military and Civilian Assistance Providers in Afghanistan, September 2001-June 2002

by Olga Oliker, Richard Kauzlarich & James Dobbins

Description and evaluation of relief, reconstruction, humanitarian, and humanitarian-type aid efforts in Afghanistan during the most intense phase of military operations, from September 2001 to June 2002. The...


Protecting Emergency Responders: Lessons Learned from Terrorist Attacks

by Brian A. Jackson, D. J. Peterson & James T. Bartis

In December 2001, a conference held in New York City brought together individuals with firsthand knowledge of emergency responses to terrorist attacks to discuss ways to improve the health and safety of emergency...


How Much Is Enough?: Shaping the Defense Program, 1961-1969

by Alain C. Enthoven & K. Wayne Smith

Originally published in 1971, and now published with a new foreword, this is a book of enduring value and lasting relevance. The authors detail the application, history, and controversies surrounding the Planning,...


Confronting the "Enemy Within": Security Intelligence, the Police, and Counterterrorism in Four Democracies

by Peter Chalk, William Rosenau & Martin Wachs

Since the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, critics have charged that the Federal Bureau of Investigation, while qualified to investigate terrorist incidents after the fact, is not well equipped enough...


Challenges and Potential of a Collaborative Approach to Education Reform

by Susan J. Bodilly, JoAn Chun & Gina Schuyler Ikemoto

The Ford Foundation developed the Collaborating for Education Reform Initiative, providing grants to collaboratives in urban settings to improve the quality of teaching. Eight sites signed on, and the RAND Corporation...


Viva Jacquelina!: Being an Account of the Further Adventures of Jacky Faber, Over the Hills and Far Away

by Louis A. Meyer

In the tenth book in the best-selling Bloody Jack Adventures series, the irrepressible Jacky Faber leads raids against Napoleon’s forces with guerrilla freedom fighters, poses for the artist Francisco Goya,...


What Came from the Stars

by Gary D. Schmidt

From two-time Newbery honoree and Printz honoree Gary D. Schmidt comes a tale of high fantasy, where a peaceful civilization of a faraway planet has been besieged by a dark lord, and in a desperate attempt for...


The Future of Genetically Modified Crops: Lessons from the Green Revolution

by Felicia Wu & William Butz

The world is now on the cusp of a new agricultural revolution, the so-called Gene Revolution, in which genetically modified (GM) crops are tailored to address chronic agricultural problems in certain regions...


Steeling the Mind: Combat Stress Reactions and Their Implications for Urban Warfare

by Todd C. Helmus & Russell W. Glenn

Combat stress casualties are not necessarily higher in city operations than operations on other types of terrain. Commanders and NCOs need to have the skills to treat and prevent stress casualties and understand...


The Radicalization of Diasporas and Terrorism: A Joint Conference by the RAND Corporation and the Center for Security Studies, ETH Zurich

by Bruce Hoffman, William Rosenau & Andrew J. Curiel

Certain Diaspora communities, frustrated by a perceived war against the Muslim world, have turned against their adopted homelands, targeting the government and its people by supporting terrorist attacks against...


Urban Battle Fields of South Asia: Lessons Learned from Sri Lanka, India, and Pakistan

by C. Christine Fair

Military operations in urban areas are among the most complex challenges confronting the U.S. Army. Compared to a number of other nations, the Army has relatively less experience operating in this environment....


The Cat Who Came in From the Cold

by Jeffrey Moussaieff Masson

In this sentimental, didactic fable, Masson imagines how the lone, nonsocial, domesticated animal came to share hearth and home. Billi, an Asian leopard cat, lives in a mango forest in ancient India. He enjoys...


Stein, Stung

by Hal Ackerman

Last time it was stolen weed and knockoff designer shampoo. This time it is the seemingly trivial occurrence of a few pilfered honeybee colonies that propel former hippie and merry prankster Harry Stein into...