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The Da Vinci Code: Special Illustrated Edition

The Da Vinci Code: Special Illustrated Edition

One of the bestselling novels of all time, Dan Brown's The Da Vinci Code has intrigued and thrilled millions of readers around the world. Now all the artwork, symbols, architecture, and historic locations—over...

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The Hollywood Daughter

The Hollywood Daughter

From the New York Times bestselling author of The Dressmaker and A Touch of Stardust, comes a Hollywood coming-of-age novel, in which Ingrid Bergman's affair with Roberto Rossellini forces...

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Americanism:The Fourth Great Western Religion

Americanism:The Fourth Great Western Religion

What does it mean to “believe” in America? Why do we always speak of our country as having a mission or purpose that is higher than other nations?Modern liberals have...

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Promised Lands

Promised Lands

Elizabeth Crook's vast yet intimate novel of the Texas Revolution takes us beyond the traditional setpieces of the Alamo and San Jacinto to the other places where the war was fought—to...

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The Devil's Evidence

The Devil's Evidence

"Do you love Jim Butcher's Dresden Files series? How about the Rivers of London series by Ben Abronovith? Like a bit of John Le Carre intrigue? If so, you will LOVE The Devil's Evidence." -- Starburst Magazine“With...

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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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Raising Steam

Raising Steam

NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLERSteam is rising over Discworld, driven by Mister Simnel, the man with a flat cap and a sliding rule. He has produced...

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The Big Ones

The Big Ones

By the world-renowned seismologist, a riveting history of natural disasters, their impact on our culture, and new ways of thinking about the ones to comeEarthquakes, floods, tsunamis,...

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The Mountain of the Women

The Mountain of the Women

In an irresistible tale of a life lived fully, if not always wisely, Liam Clancy, of the legendary Irish group the Clancy Brothers, describes his eventful journey from a small town in Ireland in the 1930s into the heart of the...

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The Triumph of Katie Byrne

The Triumph of Katie Byrne

Ten years later, Katie, a struggling actress in New York, is still haunted by the tragedy.  Her friend Carly remains in a coma, and Katie desperately wants to achieve success and stardom...

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If Our Bodies Could Talk

If Our Bodies Could Talk

"If you want to understand the strange workings of the human body, and the future of medicine, you must read this illuminating, engaging book." —Siddhartha Mukherjee, author of The Gene...

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Cubed

Cubed

You mean this place we go to five days a week has a history? Cubed reveals the unexplored yet surprising story of the places where most of the world's work—our work—gets done. From "Bartleby the...

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Raven's Bride

Raven's Bride

In 1829, Sam Houston was the thirty-six-year-old governor of Tennessee, a “beautiful…imperious giant genius of a man,” whose political horizons seemed limitless. The marriage of this...

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Tour Tempo

Tour Tempo

What swing secret is shared by nearly all golf greats – from Ben Hogan to Tiger Woods?John Novosel’s revolutionary breakthrough has cracked the “genetic code” of the golf swing – Tour Tempo.Tiger...

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Ruin Creek

Ruin Creek

“Masterful . . . Somewhere between Faulkner and Conroy.”—The Denver Post In Ruin Creek, David Payne revisits North Carolina’s windswept Outer Banks and the Madden family....

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Reagan

Reagan

From master storyteller and New York Times bestselling Historian H. W. Brands comes the definitive biography of a visionary and transformative president In his magisterial new...

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Easter Island

Easter Island

Despite sickness in the final years of his life, Dos Passos presses on for adventure. He and his wife journey to Easter Island, where they explore the history behind the...

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The Street Lawyer

The Street Lawyer

Michael was in a hurry. He was scrambling up the ladder at Drake & Sweeney, a giant D.C. law firm with eight hundred lawyers. The money was good and getting better; a partnership was three years away. He was...

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Until the Sea Shall Free Them

Until the Sea Shall Free Them

A devastating disaster at sea . . . an officer who refuses to hide the truth. . . a courtroom confrontation with far-reaching implications . . . The Perfect Storm meets A Civil Action in a gripping account of one of the most significant...

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Sinatra

Sinatra

Just in time for the Chairman’s centennial, the endlessly absorbing sequel to James Kaplan’s bestselling Frank: The Voice—which completes the definitive biography...

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Trenton Makes

Trenton Makes

"A stunning debut. Utterly brilliant."--Philipp Meyer, author of The Son and American RustA vivid, brutal, razor-sharp debut about a woman...

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Does God Exist

Does God Exist

Does God exist? The question implies another: Who is God? This book is meant to give an answer to both questions and to give reasons for this answer. Does God...

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Terrible Swift Sword

Terrible Swift Sword

The second episode in this award-winning trilogy impressively shows how the Union and Confederacy, slowly and inexorably, reconciled themselves to an all-out war—an epic struggle...

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