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Mecca: The Sacred City

by Ziauddin Sardar

Mecca is, for many, the heart of Islam. It is the birthplace of Muhammad, the direction to which Muslims turn when they pray, and the site of pilgrimage that annually draws some three million Muslims from all...


Ansel Adams: A Biography

by Mary Street Alinder

First published in 1996, Mary Street Alinder's biography of Ansel Adams remains the only full biography of one of the greatest American photographers. Alinder is a respected scholar, and also had a close connection...


Michelangelo and the Pope's Ceiling

by Ross King

In 1508, despite strong advice to the contrary, the powerful Pope Julius II commissioned Michelangelo Buonarroti to paint the ceiling of the newly restored Sistine Chapel in Rome. Despite having completed his...


Apples of Uncommon Character: Heirlooms, Modern Classics, and Little-Known Wonders

by Rowan Jacobsen

In his classic A Geography of Oysters, Rowan Jacobsen forever changed the way America talks about its best bivalve. Now he does the same for our favorite fruit, showing us that there is indeed life beyond Red...


Wallflowers

by Eliza Robertson

In the opening story of Wallflowers, a girl is cat-sitting for her neighbor, sleeping in the neighbor's house. It's nearly identical to her mother's nearby-in the Copper Waters subdivision, they all are-but...


Bitter Remedy: A Commissario Alec Blume Novel

by Conor Fitzgerald

Commissario Alec Blume, on leave for health problems, fleeing his partner Caterina and their newborn daughter, retreats to a villa somewhere in central Italy, where he enrolls in a natural remedies class conducted...


The Phantom Coach: A Connoisseur's Collection of Victorian Ghost Stories

by Michael Sims

Ghost stories date back centuries, but those written in the Victorian era have a unique atmosphere and dark beauty. Michael Sims, whose previous Victorian collections Dracula's Guest (vampires) and The Dead...


International Night: A Father and Daughter Cook Their Way Around the World *Including More than 250 Recipes*

by Mark Kurlansky & Talia Kurlansky

From celebrated food writer Mark Kurlansky, a savory trip across the globe for parents and kids, with delicious and accessible recipes and tidbits both cultural and historical.

Once a week in the Kurlansky home,...


Don't Even Think About It: Why Our Brains Are Wired to Ignore Climate Change

by George Marshall

Most of us recognize that climate change is real, and yet we do nothing to stop it. What is this psychological mechanism that allows us to know something is true but act as if it is not? George Marshall's search...


Fives and Twenty-Fives

by Michael Pitre

It's the rule-always watch your fives and twenty-fives. When a convoy halts to investigate a possible roadside bomb, stay in the vehicle and scan five meters in every direction. A bomb inside five meters cuts...


Fives and Twenty-Fives: A Novel

by Michael Pitre

It's the rule-always watch your fives and twenty-fives. When a convoy halts to investigate a possible roadside bomb, stay in the vehicle and scan five meters in every direction. A bomb inside five meters cuts...


The True and Splendid History of the Harristown Sisters: A Novel

by Michelle Lovric

It's rural Ireland in the second half of the nineteenth century, the age of the Pre-Raphaelites, when Europe burns with a passion for long, flowing locks. So when seven sisters, born into fatherless poverty,...


Tabula Rasa: A Crime Novel of the Roman Empire

by Ruth Downie

The medicus Ruso and his wife Tilla are back in the borderlands of Britannia, this time helping to tend the builders of Hadrian's Great Wall. Having been forced to move off their land, the Britons are distinctly...


Bluff City Pawn: A Novel

by Stephen Schottenfeld

Huddy Marr, the proprietor of Bluff City Pawn shop in Memphis, is good at what he does: he knows jewelry, he knows guns and guitars. But the neighborhood is changing: A blood bank is set to open across the street...


The Red Canary: The Story of the First Genetically Engineered Animal

by Tim Birkhead

Winner of the Consul Cremer Prize, The Red Canary follows the compelling quest to turn the green canary red.

The creation of Dolly the sheep in the 1990s was for many people the start of a new era: the age of...


Outlaws: A Novel

by Javier Cercas

On a summer day at the arcade, timid sixteen-year-old Ignacio Ca�as encounters two charismatic rebels: El Zarco (��Blue Eyes�?) and his gorgeous girl, Tere. Entranced, he crosses the border into their...


Close Call: A Liz Carlyle Novel

by Stella Rimington

The Arab Spring has swept through the Middle East and Liz Carlyle and her compatriots in the Thames House's counter-espionage division are racing to investigate arms deals in Yemen. There's a UN embargo forbidding...


Hollow Mountain: A Spike Sanguinetti Mystery

by Thomas Mogford

Danger has followed the lawyer Spike Sanguinetti back to Gibraltar.

The disturbing question of what happened to Spike's girlfriend, Zahra, is still unanswered. He hasn't heard from her since she vanished in...


Whatever Happened to the Metric System?: How America Kept Its Feet

by John Bemelmans Marciano

The intriguing tale of why the United States has never adopted the metric system, and what that says about us.

The American standard system of measurement is a unique and odd thing to behold with its esoteric,...


Beneath the Neon Egg

by Thomas E. Kennedy

Beneath the Neon Egg is a novel of jazz, violence, sex, death, love, and the underbelly of life, set in the low light of a Copenhagen winter. It is the story of Patrick Bluett, a forty-three-year-old Irish­-American...