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The Autobiography of Mark Twain

by Charles Neider

Due to copyright restrictions, this eBook may not contain all of the images available in the print edition."Mark Twain's autobiography is a classic of American letters, to be ranked with the autobiographies...


Comebacks at Work: Using Conversation to Master Confrontation

by Kathleen Kelley Reardon & Christopher T. Noblet

The workplace guide to putting "I wish I'd said" moments in the past

Ever wish that you could have a "do over" after a conversation at work? Do you often find yourself regretting what you've said to a coworker—or...


Collected Poems 1947-1997

by Allen Ginsberg

Here, for the first time, is a volume that gathers the published verse of Allen Ginsberg in its entirety, a half century of brilliant work from one of America's great poets. The chief figure among the Beats,...


Drinking Closer to Home: A Novel

by Jessica Anya Blau

They say you can never really go home again. Adult siblings Anna, Portia, and Emery are about to discover just how true that is.


The Loner

by Josephine Cox

Davie Adams wasn't quite an adult the night he lost it all. His mother gone forever and his father on the run, Davie knew that he could no longer stay in Blackburn, the only home he'd ever known. He made his...


Someone Else's Garden: A Novel

by Dipika Rai

The eldest of seven children,born low-caste and female in rural India,Mamta is abused and rejected by a father whocan see no reason to “water someone else’s garden” until ahusband is found for her. Seeking...


A Widow's Story

by Joyce Carol Oates

In a work unlike anything she's written before, National Book Award winner Joyce Carol Oates unveils a poignant, intimate memoir about the unexpected death of her husband of forty-six years and its wrenching,...


Allah: A Christian Response

by Miroslav Volf

Three and a half billion people—the majority of the world’s population—profess Christianity or Islam. Renowned scholar Miroslav Volf’s controversial proposal is that Muslims and Christians do worship...


The Omega Diet

by Artemis P. Simopoulos & Jo Robinson

The medically proven diet that restores your body's essential nutritional balance

"Good fats"--essential fatty acids--influence every aspect of our being, from the beating of our hearts to our ability to learn...


The Asylum

by Leah McGrath Goodman

They were a band of outsiders unable to get jobs with New York's gilded financial establishment. They would go on to corner the world's multitrillion-dollar oil market, reaping unimaginable riches while bringing...


Pink

by Lili Wilkinson

Ava is tired of her ultracool attitude, ultraradical politics, and ultrablack clothing. She's ready to try something new—she's even ready to be someone new. Someone who fits in, someone with a gorgeous boyfriend,...


Heat Wave: The Life and Career of Ethel Waters

by Donald Bogle

From the author of the bestselling Dorothy Dandridge comes a dazzling look at one of America's brightest and most troubled theatrical stars.

Almost no other star of the twentieth century reimagined herself with...


The Blitzkrieg Myth

by John Mosier

A bold reinterpretation of some of the most decisive battles of World War II, showing that the outcomes had less to do with popular new technology than old–fashioned, on–the–ground warfare.

The military...


Z Is for Zombie: An Illustrated Guide to the End of the World

by Adam-Troy Castro & Johnny Atomic

A is for Apocalypse,

B is for Buried,

C is for Cannibalistic . . .

A stunningly illustrated and hilarious A-to-Z guide that bears witness to the zombie horde as it slowly overruns us. Assemble a motley crew of...


Anne Perry's Silent Nights: Two Victorian Christmas Mysteries

by Anne Perry

Here are two holiday mysteries set in remote, snow-covered regions of Victorian Britain–where the nights are indeed silent but all is not calm, and where some will sleep in eternal peace.

A CHRISTMAS BEGINNING...


Cosmic Ordering: How to Make Your Dreams Come True

by Jonathan Cainer

Cosmic Ordering is about wishing, about asking, and about making the impossible, possible. You can fill your life with more of what you want—and less of what you don’t. However big or small, your wishes...


Rival

by Sara Bennett Wealer

Brooke

I don't like Kathryn Pease. I could pretend everything's fine between us. I could be nice to her face, then trash her behind her back. But I think it's better to be honest. I don't like Kathryn, and I'm...


The One-Page Proposal

by Patrick G. Riley

As clear, concise, and concrete as its subject, Patrick Riley‘s The One–Page Proposal promises to be the definitive business guide to getting your best ideas fully understood in the least amount of time....


Ugly Beauty

by Ruth Brandon

The gripping story of Helena Rubinstein, Eugène Schueller, and the dark side of the beauty business they helped to create

Helena Rubinstein and L'Oréal's Eugène Schueller both started out in the beauty business...


Zoya's Story: An Afghan Woman's Struggle for Freedom

by John Follain & Rita Cristofari

Kabul was always more beautiful in the snow. Even the piles of rotting rubbish in my street, the only source of food for the scrawny chickens and goats that our neighbors kept outside their mud houses, looked...