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The Privateersman

by Frederick Marryat

The Privateersman, written in 1846, was the last of Frederick Marryat's nautically oriented novels, although one of his best non-nautical works, Children of the New Forest, still lay ahead of him. Privateers...


Parallelities

by Alan Dean Foster

"It seems you have acquired about you a field that affects the links between multiple parallel worlds, causing objects and individuals from these worlds to slip into yours . . . or you to slip into theirs ....


Percival Keene

by Frederick Marryat

In Percival Keene Marryat goes back to a character-style that he first introduced in Frank Mildmay. In both books, the ""hero"" is a bit of a low-life-proud, rebellious and, many times, downright mean. He was...


True Crime: The Novel

by Andrew Klavan

In the heat of the city, a man is out of time: speeding in a beat-up Ford Tempo, blasting easy-listening music.  Reporter Steve Everett drinks too much, makes love to his boss's wife, and has just stumbled...


Exploring the Labyrinth: A Guide for Healing and Spiritual Growth

by Melissa Gayle West

"Whoever you are, walking the labyrinth has something to offer. If a project is challenging you, walking can get your creative juices flowing. When struggling with grief or anger, or a physical challenge or...


Masterman Ready

by Frederick Marryat

If you seek to understand nautical fiction, you must begin with Frederick Marryat. ""Forster was certainly correct in declaring [Masterman Ready] the most read, and the most willingly reread, of its class. For...


Littlejohn

by Howard Owen

Now available in paperback, comes a successful and beautifully-written novel about a decent North Carolina farmer haunted by errors and redeemed by faith. Painstakingly honest, Littlejohn is "a character as...


The Bridal Wreath: Kristin Lavransdatter, Vol.1

by Sigrid Undset

The acknowledged masterpiece of the Nobel Prize-winning Norwegian novelist Sigrid Undset, Kristin Lavransdatter has never been out of print in this country since its first publication in 1927. Its story of a...


Buried Alive: The Biography of Janis Joplin

by Myra Friedman

Electrifying, highly acclaimed, and intensely personal, this new and updated version of Myra Friedman's classic biography of Janis Joplin teems with dramatic insights into Joplin's genius and into the chaotic...


The Essential Herb-Drug-Vitamin Interaction Guide: The Safe Way to Use Medications and Supplements Together

by George T. Md Grossberg & Barry Fox

IF YOU DON’T KNOW THE POSSIBLE SIDE EFFECTS OF MIXING HERBS, DRUGS, AND VITAMINS, YOU’RE PUTTING YOURSELF AT RISK.

Did you know that . . .

Using echinacea to ward off a cold while you’re taking Tylenol can...


Poor Jack

by Frederick Marryat

From the Father of Modern Nautical Fiction Poor Jack takes us back to the Thames River. But, in addition to being another terrific portrait of life on that bustling waterway, it introduces us to the Greenwich...


Semantic Antics: How and Why Words Change Meaning

by Sol Steinmetz

"My favorite popular word book of the year"

-William Safire, NY Times 6/22/2008

A fun, new approach to examining etymology!

Many common English words started out with an entirely different meaning than the one...


Grayson

by Lynne Cox

Grayson is Lynne Cox’s first book since Swimming to Antarctica (“Riveting”—Sports Illustrated; “Pitch-perfect”—Outside). In it she tells the story of a miraculous ocean encounter that happened...


Ironbound Strength

by Stoyan Velikov

A strong body needs a powerful mind. This book will help you overcome your weaknesses and reach beyond your current self. Here, you will find all the information that you will ever need to become the best version...


Remote Man

by Elizabeth Honey

A supercharged, international, Internet adventure.

Ned is a wizard with a computer. The king of the remote control. He adores snakes, lizards, and skinks, but people are less appealing. Less reliable. Ned is...


The Phantom Ship

by Frederick Marryat

From the Father of Modern Nautical Fiction The legend of the Flying Dutchman goes back at least to medieval times, and probably earlier than that. In its basic form, it is about a ghost ship that can never go...


Dark Gates

by Paolo di Orazio & Alessandro Manzetti

A short stories collection in which the visions of the authors guide us towards the "dark gates", the hidden doors of unexpected hells and limbo gnawed by the blue rust of the apocalyptic and dystopian future,...


From Gia's Hat: Act 3° - In the Paradise of Sappho

by Gia Van Rollenoof

THE NOVEL DEALS WITH EXPLICIT SEXUAL CONTENTS, and hence its sale and reading are addressed only to adult people. These are pages of fanciful, however improbable, lesbian Eros shameless, recounted fluently and...


The Pep Boys Auto Guide to Car Care and Maintenance

by E.J. Braswell

Okay, so you’re not a gearhead, but like most folks, you want to keep your car in peak condition. For more than eighty years, the Pep Boys–Manny, Moe, and Jack–have been “the three best friends your...


Jane and the Unpleasantness at Scargrave Manor: Being the First Jane Austen Mystery

Jane Austen #1

by Stephanie Barron

For everyone who loves Jane Austen...a marvelously entertaining new series that turns the incomparable author into an extraordinary sleuth!

On a visit to the estate of her friend, the young and beautiful Isobel...