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Canberra

by Paul Daley

Canberra, Australia, is a city of orphans. People arrive temporarily for work, but stay when they discover the unanticipated promise and opportunity Canberra has to offer. An exploration of the city Australia...


Barred for Life: How Black Flag's Iconic Logo Became Punk Rock's Secret Handshake

by Stewart Dean Ebersole & Jared Castaldi

Cataloging the legacy of the American punk rock pioneers Black Flag, this photo documentary uses stark, contrasting portraits to share the stories of the die-hard fans who wear the iconic four-barred logo tattooed...


Queen

by Cynthia White

Queen is young, beautiful and extremely intelligent. Born and raised as Princess of The Black Mafia, an organization founded by her father, she wants for nothing except the love of her cruel, cold-hearted mother....


Sheisty

by T.N. Baker

Epiphany Wright, Keisha Moore, Shana Scott spend their teenage years as best friends growing up in hood of southside Jamaica Queens. Now as adults their friendship is put to the test when envy, built up animosity,...


The Cartel's Daughter

by D.D. Carmine

There's a gruesome drug way going on in the Caribbean between the Haitian government and the largest Columbian drug cartel that's ever existed. Led by a ruthless and calculating leader known as El Plaga, the...


The Good Father

by Marion Husband

The Good Father explores the nature of fatherhood and the bonds between fathers and their children in a gripping story of love, betrayal and adultery.


What the World Should Know About Black History In The USA

by Walter (Buzz) Luttrell

Walter G. (Buzz) Luttrell. WXYZ-TV Detroit, community affairs director, talk show host, & award-winning reporter. WBZ-TV Boston, two-time Emmy-winning talk-show host. At WXYZ-TV created "The Best of the Class,"...


Time for Murder: Macabre Crime Stories

by Sydney J. Bounds

When Chalmers decides to attend one of Dr. Lanson's nightly séances, it's not because he has any belief in the occult, but simply to find somewhere warm to rest his weary feet. It's a decision he soon regrets....


MacAvity's Pub

by Dan H. McLachlan

When war criminal, Rojas Franzani, finally comes out of Cambodia nearly forty years after he was listed MIA, he's determined to take care of unfinished business–a small notebook his commanding officer had...


Hearing God: An Easy-to-Follow, Step-by-Step Guide to Two-Way Communication with God

by Peter Lord

Easy-to-follow guide to two-way communication with God, who still speaks today, whose voice can be heard and distinguished from Satan's, whose will can be known.


Drake's Electrical Dictionary

by , Paul Lowe

This early work on electrical vocabulary is both expensive and hard to find in its first edition. It contains an extensive list of definitions for the terms and phrases used in electrical engineering and the...


The Book of the Goat - Containing Full Particulars of the Various Breeds of Goats and Their Profitable Management

by , H. Pegler

The Book of the Goat in its original edition was the first work devoted to the subject printed in the English language. First published in London in the 1880s, it is now a very scarce and desirable book in any...


Leaves from the Note Book of a Tamed Cynic

by , Reinhold Niebuhr

A guide written for young ministers by renowned theologian Reinhold Niebuhr during his time as a pastor of Bethel Evangelical Church of Detroit. Written as reflections and insights drawn from what he saw as...


Beads and Beadwork of the American Indians

by , William Orchard

An in-depth study of the bead and how the native north and south Americans utilised beads for dress and ritual clothing from prehistoric to relatively modern times. Many of the earliest books, particularly those...


The Best Australian Business Writing 2012

by Andrew Cornell

Have Baby Boomers been forced back to work since the global financial crisis? Will pre-commitment cards for poker machines coerce the addicted gambler to think before he or she acts? Is airport security a waste...


Healing Your Grieving Heart After Stillbirth: 100 Practical Ideas for Parents and Familiies

by Alan D. Wolfelt

Beloved grief educator Dr. Alan Wolfelt compassionately explores the common feelings of shock, anger, guilt, and sadness that accompany a stillborn child, offering suggestions for expressing feelings, remembering...


San Francisco's Lost Landmarks

by James R. Smith

With long-forgotten stories and evocative photographs, this collection showcases the once-familiar sites that have faded into dim memories and hazy legends. Not just a list of places, facts, and dates, this...


Whore

by Tanika Lynch

Whoever said whoring wasn't easy, never lied! But somebody had to do it! Working the mean streets of Detroit was getting hard on young Kamone, with two small mouths to feed. Forced to get on the grind non-stop...


Stained Cotton

by Quentin Carter

Qu'bon Cartez is a conniving, womanizing hood fella that knows no boundaries when it comes to money. His brother, O'bon, finds himself having to survive the game of being his only sibling. Together they'll navigate...


Madame Bovary: A Play in Three Acts

by Gaston Baty & Gustave Flaubert

Based on the classic novel by Gustave Flaubert, Madame Bovary tells the tale of Emma Bovary, who is romantic by nature, and believes herself the equal of the heroines depicted in the romantic novels she reads....