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The Big Breakfast Diet: Eat Big Before 9 A.M. and Lose Big for Life

by Daniela Jakubowicz MD

Eat a huge breakfast, lose a lot of weight? It sounds counter-intuitive, but when a clinical professor of endocrinology and metabolic disease advocates it, maybe it's worth considering. And when that same clinical...


Fellow Passengers: A Novel in Portraits

by Louis Auchincloss

This superb gallery of portraits gathers its wit and resonance from the discerning eye of the central narrator, Dan Ruggles, who in the course of unraveling the dreams, doubts, and loyalties of those around...


The Winthrop Covenant

by Louis Auchincloss

In a powerful chronicle, spanning three centuries of the Winthrop family in New England and New York, Louis Auchincloss portrays the rise and fall of the Puritan ethic. Through a richly diverse gallery of men...


The River and Enoch O¿Reilly

by Peter Murphy

From an author offering "some of the best writing I've seen from a younger Irish writer in a while" (Colum McCann) comes the tale of Enoch O'Reilly—Elvis-impersonator, preacher—a small Irish town, a river...


The Last Greatest Magician in the World: Howard Thurston Versus Houdini & the Battles of the American Wizards

by Jim Steinmeyer

Now in paperback, the acclaimed biography of the magician's magician, Howard Thurston.

"There is no greater expert on the history of stage magicians than Jim Steinmeyer. His deep knowledge of the subject,...


Haunt Me Still: A Novel

by Jennifer Lee Carrell

Click here for a Letter from Jennifer Lee Carrell.

Kate Stanley returns in this thrilling follow-up to the New York Times bestselling Interred with Their Bones.

Jennifer Lee Carrell's fiction debut, Interred...


Collaboration: Using Networks and Partnerships

by John M. Kamensky & Thomas J. Burlin

As government faces more complex problems, and citizens expect more, the way government delivers services and results is changing rapidly. The traditional model of government agencies administering hundreds...


Thinking Dead: What the Zombie Apocalypse Means

by Murali, Balaji

Thinking Dead: What the Zombie Apocalypse Means, edited by Murali Balaji, examines various aspects of the zombie apocalypse scenario from the perspective of a variety of theoretical frameworks. Essays in the...


The Relevance of Higher Education: Exploring a Contested Notion

by Timothy Simpson, Jon M. Fennell & Lee Trepanier

The Relevance of Higher Education: Exploring a Contested Notion, edited by Timothy L. Simpson, examines the relevance of higher education from diverse disciplinary perspectives to grasp its historical and philosophical...


The Golden Child

by Penelope Fitzgerald

Penelope Fitzgerald's first novel, THE GOLDEN CHILD, combines a deft comedy of manners with a classic mystery set in London's most refined institution -- the museum. When the glittering treasure of ancient Garamantia,...


Offshore: A Novel

by Penelope Fitzgerald

On the Battersea Reach of the Thames, a mixed bag of eccentrics live in houseboats. Belonging to neither land nor sea, they belong to one another. There is Maurice, a homosexual prostitute; Richard, a buttoned-up...


The Gate of Angels

by Penelope Fitzgerald

In 1912, rational Fred Fairly, one of Cambridge's best and brightest, crashes his bike and wakes up in bed with a stranger - fellow casualty Daisy Saunders, a charming, pretty, generous working-class nurse....


The Beginning of Spring

by Penelope Fitzgerald

Frank Reid is a struggling printer in Moscow. On the eve of the Revolution, his wife returns to her native England, leaving him to raise their three young children alone. How does a reasonable man like Frank...


The Bookshop: A Novel

by Penelope Fitzgerald

In 1959 Florence Green, a kindhearted widow with a small inheritance, risks everything to open a bookshop - the only bookshop - in the seaside town of Hardborough. By making a success of a business so impractical,...


Cape Breton Road: A Novel

by D. R. MacDonald

Cape Breton Road is an exceptional novel by a writer with an unerring eye for landscape and tragedy that is bred in the bone.


CliffsNotes on Collins' Catching Fire

by Bridget Feeney

This Lit Note from the experts at CliffsNotes on Suzanne Collins’ Catching Fire, the second book in The Hunger Games trilogy, includes plot summaries and commentaries, and character analyses on this best-selling...


Twice Dead

by Catherine Coulter

For the first time: the FBI thrillers Riptide and Hemlock Bay together in one volume.

Catherine Coulter's FBI series "twists at every turn" (San Diego Union-Tribune). In two of her most gripping books-Riptide...


Spitting Image

by Shutta Crum

Twelve-year-old Jessie K. Bovey has a lot to worry about. She doesn’t know who her father is; her old biddy of a grandmother keeps interfering in her life; her best friend, Robert, desperately needs new glasses...


The Seven Sisters

by Margaret Drabble

Candida Wilton--a woman recently betrayed, rejected, divorced, and alienated from her three grown daughters--moves from a beautiful Georgian house in lovely Suffolk to a two-room walk-up flat in a run-down building...


The Realms of Gold

by Margaret Drabble

Frances Wingate, one of England’s most renowned archaeologists, throws herself into her work after separating from her lover, historian Karl Schmidt, on the way discovering links to a family she had no idea...