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Beasts: What Animals Can Teach Us About the Origins of Good and Evil

by Jeffrey Moussaieff Masson

Bestselling author Jeffrey Masson shows us what the animals at the top of the food chain-orca whales, big cats, etc.-can teach us about the origins of good and evil in ourselves.

There are two supreme predators...


How Paris Became Paris: The Invention of the Modern City

by Joan DeJean

At the beginning of the seventeenth century, Paris was known for isolated monuments but had not yet put its brand on urban space. Like other European cities, it was still emerging from its medieval past. But...


The Poets' Wives: A Novel

by David Park

What does it mean to be a poet's wife, his muse and lover, there for the heights of inspiration and the quotidian of the day-to-day, and often times, too, the drudgery of being in a supporting role to "the great...


Becoming a Londoner: A Diary

by David Plante

The first volume of National Book Award finalist David Plante�s extraordinary diaries of a life lived among the artistic elite in 1960s London.

�Nikos and I live together as lovers, as everyone knows, and...


A More Beautiful Question: The Power of Inquiry to Spark Breakthrough Ideas

by Warren Berger

To get the right answer--in business, in life--you have to ask the right question. Innovation expert Warren Berger shows it's both an art and a science.


The Man Who Walked Away: A Novel

by Maud Casey

In a trance-like state, Albert walks-from Bordeaux to Poitiers, from Chaumont to Macon, and farther afield to Turkey, Austria, Russia-all over Europe. When he walks, he is called a vagrant, a mad man. He is...


The Adventures of Henry Thoreau: A Young Man's Unlikely Path to Walden Pond

by Michael Sims

Henry David Thoreau has long been an intellectual icon and folk hero. In this strikingly original profile, Michael Sims reveals how the bookish, quirky young man who kept quitting jobs evolved into the patron...


The Last Gift: A Novel

by Abdulrazak Gurnah

One day, long before the troubles, he slipped away without saying a word to anyone and never went back. And then another day, forty-three years later, he collapsed just inside the front door of his house in...


A Feathered River Across the Sky: The Passenger Pigeon's Flight to Extinction

by Joel Greenberg

The epic story of why passenger pigeons became extinct and what that says about our current relationship with the natural world.

When Europeans arrived in North America, 25 to 40 percent of the continent's birds...


The Wives of Los Alamos: A Novel

by TaraShea Nesbit

They arrived in New Mexico ready for adventure, or at least resigned to it. But hope quickly turned to hardship as they were forced to adapt to a rugged military town where everything was a secret�including...


Pig's Foot: A Novel

by Carlos Acosta & Frank Wynne

The Korticos are from a well-endowed pygmy tribe in West Africa; the Mandingas are descended from a tribe of tall Ghanaians. Both families have been brought to Cuba as slaves. Oscar Kortico and Jose Mandinga,...


Once You Break a Knuckle: Stories

by D. W. Wilson

In the remote Kootenay Valley in western Canada, good people sometimes do bad things. Two bullied adolescents sabotage a rope swing, resulting in another boy's death. A heartbroken young man chooses not to warn...


The Ghost Runner: A Makana Mystery

by Parker Bilal

It is 2002 and as tanks roll into the West Bank and the reverberations of 9/11 echo across the globe, tensions are running high on Cairo's streets.

Private Investigator Makana, in exile from his native Sudan...


Before We Met: A Novel

by Lucie Whitehouse

A whirlwind romance. A picture-perfect marriage. Hannah Reilly has seized her chance at happiness.

Until the day her husband doesn't come home ...

Hannah, independent, headstrong and determined not to follow in...


Inside a Pearl: My Years in Paris

by Edmund White

An irresistible literary treat: a memoir of the social and sexual lives of New York City's cultural and intellectual in-crowd in the tumultuous 1970s, from acclaimed author Edmund White.


The Encyclopedia of American Food & Drink

by John F. Mariani

First published in 1983, John Mariani's Encyclopedia of American Food and Drink has long been the go-to book on all things culinary. Last updated in the late 1990s, it is now back in a handsome, fully illustrated...


The Remains of Love: A Novel

by Zeruya Shalev

Hemda Horovitz is nearing the end of her life. As she lies in bed in Jerusalem, memories from the past flood her thoughts: her childhood in the kibbutz spent under the gaze of her stern, pioneer father; the...


In the Land of Oz

by Howard Jacobson

The Man Booker Prize-winning author of The Finkler Question went Down Under - and this is what he found...

The Sunday Times bestseller - over 50,000 copies sold of the original edition


Let Me Tell You a Story: A Memoir of a Wartime Childhood

by Renata Calverley

The spellbinding true story of a little girl�s miraculous escape from the Nazis during the Second World War.

September, 1939. Przemysl, Poland. No one has explained to three-year-old Renatka what war is. She...


Glorious Misadventures: Nikolai Rezanov and the Dream of a Russian America

by Owen Matthews

Two centuries ago, shortly after the U.S. was formed, a Russian expedition set its sights on the Pacific Northwest. It could have changed history.

At the dawn of the nineteenth century two empires met on the...