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There's a Mystery There

There's a Mystery There

An extraordinary, path-breaking, and penetrating book on the life and work and creative inspirations of the great children's book genius Maurice Sendak, who since his death in 2012 has only grown in his stature and recognition...

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The Prince

The Prince

Here is the world's most famous master plan for seizing and holding power. Astonishing in its candor, The Prince even today remains a disturbingly realistic and prophetic...

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Lyons on Horses

Lyons on Horses

Every year, some 10,000 people attend Lyons's  clinics to learn the secrets contained in this  complete training program for horses and trainers...

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Daughter of Darkness

Daughter of Darkness

After Rulers of Darkness, Kirkus Reviews proclaimed, “Spruill has a grip on the medical suspense/horror novel far firmer than Robin Cook’s,” while Library Journal stated,...

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The Plotters

The Plotters

“[A] powerhouse of a novel....It reads as if Haruki Murakami rewrote The Day of the Jackal.” - Locus Magazine "Editor's Choice" New York Times Book Review...

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The Most Fun We Ever Had

The Most Fun We Ever Had

AN INSTANT NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER"Ambitious and brilliantly written."--Jane Smiley, The Washington Post"Outstanding...[the] literary love child of Jonathan...

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The Reckoning

The Reckoning

#1 bestselling author John Grisham’s The Reckoning is his most powerful, surprising, and suspenseful thriller yet.  “A murder mystery, a courtroom drama, a family saga…The Reckoning is...

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The Jewish Mothers' Hall of Fame

The Jewish Mothers' Hall of Fame

Bernstein interviewed 25 mothers of Jewish people, including Clara Sussman, mother of Rosalyn Yalow, a Nobel Medalist in medicine. Like other mothers in the book,...

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Success Through Partnership

Success Through Partnership

The American businessman has traditionally turned to top American leaders and academics for information on management techniques. But in an increasingly global economy,...

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Slow but Sure

Slow but Sure

Slow But Sure is the inspirational account of an ordinary woman who took charge of her life and achieved extraordinary success.In 1993 Sandra Dalka-Prysby, of Beverly Hills, Michigan,...

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The Brand New Kid

The Brand New Kid

Ellie McSnelly and Carrie O'Toole were running and laughing-their first day of school was today! And they wondered just what was in store.Would this be a good year?Would school be...

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'Salem's Lot

'Salem's Lot

Stephen King's second novel, the classic vampire bestseller 'SALEM'S LOT, tells the story of evil in small-town America. 'Salem's Lot is a small New England...

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Free

Free

In spare, elegant stories reminiscent of the writings of Harlem Renaissance writer Dorothy West, Anika Nailah illuminates the emotional, spiritual, and social realities that shape–and sometimes...

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The Color of A Dog Running Away

The Color of A Dog Running Away

When I opened the door of the flat there was a picture postcard lying in the hallway. It showed a reproduction of a painting by Joan Miró. I turned the card over. Neatly written, in green ink, was...

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The Succession

The Succession

“This is surely the best historical novel in many years,” wrote Peter S. Prescott in Newsweek about Death of the Fox, George Garrett’s unparalleled...

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Pygmy

Pygmy

The Manchurian Candidate meets South Park—Chuck Palahniuk’s finest novel since the generation-defining Fight Club.“Begins here...

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Maya Angelou

Maya Angelou

Beautifully designed and featuring over 150 sepia portraits, family photographs, and letters from the life of one of the world’s most beloved and admired artists,...

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Brothers No More

Brothers No More

Bestselling author William F. Buckley, Jr., offers a terrific new novel—in the gloriously gripping tradition of Howard Fast, Irwin Shaw, and Jeffery Archer—of men and women caught between...

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Death of the Fox

Death of the Fox

"I have read Death of the Fox," writes O. B. Hardison, Director of The Folger Shakespeare Library in Washington, D. C., "and feel that I have probably participated...

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Shutterbug Follies

Shutterbug Follies

Bee works as a photo-finishing technician at a one-hour lab in lower Manhattan. To amuse herself, she duplicates (for her own collection) any titillating photographs that...

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Casey Stengel

Casey Stengel

The definitive biography of one of baseball's most enduring and influential characters, from New York Times bestselling author and baseball writer Marty Appel.As...

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Psychic Children

Psychic Children

A Welsh child dies in the Aberfan landslide that she has predicted . . . A Mexican girl receives visitors from all over the world who go away cured of their ailments . . . A little...

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The Stand

The Stand

This is the way the world ends: with a nanosecond of computer error in a Defense Department laboratory and a million casual contacts that form the links in a chain letter of death.And here is the bleak new world of the day after:...

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Never Enough

Never Enough

A NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLERFrom a renowned behavioral neuroscientist and recovering addict, a rare page-turning work of science that draws on personal insights to reveal how drugs work,...

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