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Being Hal Ashby

by Nick Dawson

Hal Ashby set the standard for subsequent independent filmmakers by crafting unique, thoughtful, and challenging films that continue to influence new generations of directors. Initially finding success as an...


Wulnoth the Wanderer

by Herbert Escott-inman

The song of Wulnoth, the born thrall, who was called the Wanderer; the song of the nameless and the landless man who aided two kings to gain kingdoms. "The song of his friendship for Guthred the prince; the...


Out Of Kentucky Kitchens

by Marion Flexner

Down-home Southern cooking is as much a part of Kentucky's heritage as fine horses or bourbon whiskey. Louisville's own Marion Flexner gathers Kentucky's best cuisine in Out of Kentucky Kitchens. Known as a...


Spookiest Stories Ever

by Roberta Brown

If tree branches scratching at your window on a stormy April night or the hot, sticky oppression of a stifling summer's day puts fear into your heart. Or rustling November leaves, and the chill that sneaks into...


The Wicker Man: A Novel

by Anthony Shaffer & Robin Hardy

The emergence of a rabid cult following the film version of The Wicker Man prompted the publication of the novel on which it was based. And a good thing, too. As fine as the film is, the book has its own special...


Consciousness and Cosmos: Proposal for a New Paradigm Based on Physics and Inrospection

by Olav Drageset

Your memories and feelings could be stored in matter based on non-physical atoms. This book takes the unique approach of recognizing that mental and spiritual phenomena can be observed in the same way that scientists...


Project Black Hungarian

by Niall MacRoslin & Alice N. York

"For Rookies, Spying Is A Dangerous Game" *** The Board for Industrial Research and Development has been shaping major political decisions since 1929. You haven't heard of them because no-one has. They're efficient,...


Black Greek-letter Organizations in the Twenty-First Century

by Gregory Parks

For much of the twentieth century, black Greek-letter organizations (BGLOs) united individuals dedicated to excellence, fostering kinship ties, and uplifting African Americans. Despite the profound influence...


Why We Fought

by Peter Rollins

This book makes a powerful case that film can be as valuable a tool as primary documents for improving our understanding of the causes and consequences of war. Why We Fought: America's Wars in Film and History...


What Are You Worried About?: Peace Of Mind For Sensitive People Living In An Abrasive World

by Deborah Downey

Deborah Downey is a Certified Professional Life Coach and Dynamic Motivational Speaker and Author. She has 22 years experience coaching men and women of all ages, and shares her professional as well as personal...


To Die For

by Harold A. Schwartz

Following in the footsteps of James Patterson and Tom Clancy, Harold A. Schwartz has parlayed his career in the financial services industry into a successful venture into the world of fiction. With more than...


Short Poems for a Long and Happy Life

by Karla Mosley

Short Poems for a Long and Happy Life is a collection of micro poems meant to move, motivate, and inspire. What started as a challenge to write one poem a day for an entire year has become an exciting work for...


The Lynchpin

by Jeffrey B. Burton

Special Agent Drew Cady has waved goodbye to Washington, D.C., and ten years of chasing violent felons in the Federal Bureau of Investigation's Criminal Investigative Division (CID). He is on the mend, both...


All in a Don's Day

by Mary Beard

Her central themes are the classics, universities and teaching - and much else besides. In this second collection following on from the success of It's a Don's Life, Beard ponders whether Gaddafi's home is Roman...


Stephen Rolfe Powell

by Stephen Powell

An illustrated introduction to internationally acclaimed glass artist Stephen Rolfe Powell's career, this book charts the evolution of Powell's remarkable body of work. Dazzling photographic close-ups not only...


West Virginia

by Otis Rice

" An essential resource for scholars, students, and all lovers of the Mountaineer State. From bloody skirmishes with Indians on the early frontier to the Logan County mine war, the story of West Virginia is...


The USS Flier

by Michael Sturma

The fate of the USS Flier is one of the most heroic stories of the Second World War. On August 13, 1944, the submarine struck a mine and sank to the bottom of the Sulu Sea in less than one minute, leaving only...


Endkampf

by Stephen Fritz

" A Military History Book Club Selection At the end of World War II, Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower, fearing that retreating Germans would consolidate large numbers of troops in an Alpine stronghold and from there...


Toward Freedom Land

by Harvard Sitkoff

The ongoing struggle for civil rights and social justice lies at the heart of America's evolving identity. The pursuit of equal rights is often met with social and political trepidation, forcing citizens and...


Voices from the Peace Corps

by Angene Wilson

President John F. Kennedy established the Peace Corps on March 1, 1961. In the fifty years since, nearly 200,000 Americans have served in 139 countries, providing technical assistance, promoting a better understanding...