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Hank Williams: The Biography

by Colin Escott, George Merritt & William MacEwen

- Long considered the last word on Hank Williams, this biography has remained continuously in print since its first publication in 1994.- This new edition has been completely updated and includes many previously...


Exile

Garnethill #2

by Denise Mina

"Stunning. . . . The danger reaches a frightening pitch."--Rocky Mountain News

"Mina offers us a complex plot with a shocking ending, all told in an amazingly original voice." -Cleveland Plain Dealer

"This is...


The Real Animal House: The Awesomely Depraved Saga of the Fraternity That Inspired the Movie

by Chris Miller

"Loud, raucous, infantile, racy, and very funny...The book is full of likable eccentrics, sexual shenanigans, and--if you know where to look for them--valuable life lessons."--Booklist

Animal House, the movie,...


The Rolling Stone Interviews

by Jann Wenner

The greatest interviews with the greatest rock stars, movie stars, and cultural icons--uncensored and unfiltered--are published together in one remarkable volume in celebration of "Rolling Stones" 40th anniversary....


What Was Asked of Us: An Oral History of the Iraq War by the Soldiers Who Fought It

by Trish Wood & Bobby Muller

"A visceral account of the war . . . honest, agenda-free, and chilling." -New York Times Book Review

The Iraq war officially began on March 20, 2003, and since then more than one million young Americans have...


Tiare in Bloom: A Novel

by C?lestine Vaite

Now that Materena is a big star with her radio talk show, Pito can't help noticing some changes in his wife. She's spending more and more time at work and with her girlfriends instead of coming home to cook...


Breadfruit: A Novel

by C?lestine Vaite

Not since Precious Ramotswe made her first appearance in The No. 1 Ladies Detective Agency has a novel's heroine so immediately and completely won readers' hearts. Materena Mahi, "the best listener in Tahiti,"...


Not the End of the World

by Kate Atkinson

Arthur is a precocious eight-year-old boy whose mother is a B-list celebrity more concerned with the state of her bank account than with her son's development. Then an enigmatic young nanny named Missy introduces...


Seven Loves: A Novel

by Valerie Trueblood

Who most deeply affects our lives? Sometimes it is those who touch us briefly, even unexpectedly. For May Nilsson, these include the lover she takes in her forties; the handsome, troubled young rebel she is...


Resolution

Garnethill #3

by Denise Mina

A New York Times Notable Book of the Year

"Resolution can stand alone, battered and proud, as a class-conscious crime novel that dares to tell the ugly truth." -New York Times Book Review

Just as Maureen O'Donnell...


Nighthawk Blues: A Novel

by Peter Guralnick

- The Year of the Blues reaches fever pitch in fall 2003 with the theatrical release (and airing on PBS) of seven documentary films, each by a noted feature director (Martin Scorsese, Wim Wenders, Charles Burnett,...


The Fall: A Novel

by Simon Mawer

Rob Ross is driving home when he hears that his childhood friend Jim Matthewson has fallen to his death in a climbing accident. Rob's decision to turn his car around and make the journey to comfort Jim's widow...


Bank: A Novel

by David Bledin

Every July, a fresh crop of college graduates clad in spiffy new suits fills the offices of investment banking firms, each newly minted analyst longing for big money while sacrificing anything that resembles...


Why Sinatra Matters

by Pete Hamill

Shaped by Prohibition, the Depression and World War II, Sinatra became the spokesman of urban loneliness. In this tribute, the author draws upon intimate conversations over the course of many year, examining...


My Lucky Star

Thurber Prize for American Humor 2007

by Joe Keenan

In this hilarious, laser-sharp comedy, the Emmy(-winning writer and producer of "Frasier" sends up Hollywood pretense higher than it's ever been sent before.


Rock Bottom: A Novel

by Michael Shilling

Once, the Blood Orphans had it all: a million-dollar recording contract from Warner Brothers, killer hooks, and cheekbones that could cut glass. Four pretty boys from Los Angeles, they were supposed to be the...


The Truth of the Matter

by Robb Forman Dew

From a National Book Award winner comes a masterful novel set in the 1940s about a woman finding a new life for herself and her grown children after her husband's death.


Agincourt: Henry V and the Battle That Made England

by Juliet Barker

Waged almost six centuries ago, the Battle of Agincourt still captivates. It is the classic underdog story, and generations have wondered how the English--outmanned by the French six to one--could have succeeded...


The Winds of War

by Herman Wouk

Follows the various members of the Henry family as they become involved in the events preceeding America's involvement in World War II.


The Physics of Christmas: From the Aerodynamics of Reindeer to the Thermodynamics of Turkey

by Roger Highfield

Why might Rudolph's nose have been red? Why do we actually give Christmas gifts? Why has smell become an important component in the Christmas shopping experience? Roger Highfield, science editor of London's...