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Horse

Horse

When Teagan’s father abruptly abandons his family and his farm, Teagan finds herself wading through the wreckage of what was once an idyllic life, searching...

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The Lymond Chronicles Complete Box Set

The Lymond Chronicles Complete Box Set

Combining all the political intrigue of Game of Thrones with the sweeping romanticism of Outlander, Dorothy Dunnett’s legendary Lymond...

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The Lymond Chronicles Box Set: Books 1 - 3

The Lymond Chronicles Box Set: Books 1 - 3

Combining all the political intrigue of Game of Thrones with the sweeping romanticism of Outlander, Dorothy Dunnett’s legendary Lymond Chronicles have enthralled...

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Notes from the Fog

Notes from the Fog

Ben Marcus returns with a collection of timely dystopian visions of alienation in a modern world. Here a hapless, corporate drone finds love after being disfigured...

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So Much Life Left Over

So Much Life Left Over

They were an inseparable tribe of childhood friends whose world was torn apart by the First World War. Some were lost in battle, and those who survived have had their lives...

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Panama

Panama

Chester Pomeroy is a washed-up rock star turned casualty of illicit substances and kamikaze passion. In the hands of Thomas McGuane, Chester’s story is a high-wire...

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The Big Book of Classic Fantasy

The Big Book of Classic Fantasy

Unearth the enchanting origins of fantasy fiction with a collection of tales as vast as the tallest tower and as mysterious as the dark depths of the forest. Fantasy stories have always been with us. They...

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The Impostor

The Impostor

Nominated for the Man Booker International PrizeFor decades, Enric Marco was revered as a veteran of the Spanish Civil War, a crusader for justice,...

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Antonietta

Antonietta

A saga of a magnificent violin, Antonietta, named after a beautiful woman who was the inspiration of Antonio Stradivari's later years. As Hersey brings Mozart, Berlioz,...

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A Bell for Adano

A Bell for Adano

This classic novel and winner of the Pulitzer Prize tells the story of an Italian-American major in World War II who wins the love and admiration...

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Blues

Blues

From the revered Pulitzer Prize winning journalist and writer, comes his National Bestseller on one of the world’s oldest and most popular activities, fishing. Presented in narrative form as a conversation between...

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Key West Tales

Key West Tales

Alternating a tale of the past that has become a part of Key West legend with a contemporary story that reflects the pulse of life there today, Hersey weaves in...

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A Single Pebble

A Single Pebble

A young American engineer sent to China to inspect the unruly Yangtze River travels up through the river's gorges searching for dam sites. Pulled on a junk hauled...

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The Wall

The Wall

Riveting and compelling, The Wall tells the inspiring story of forty men and women who escape the dehumanizing horror of the Warsaw ghetto. John Hersey's novel documents...

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Cherry

Cherry

NATIONAL BESTSELLERA PEN/HEMINGWAY AWARD FINALISTA NEW YORK TIMES NOTABLE BOOKONE OF THE BEST BOOKS OF THE YEAR: THE NEW YORKER  ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY • VULTURE VOGUE  LIT HUB “A miracle...

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I Will Be Complete

I Will Be Complete

From the best-selling author of Carter Beats the Devil and Sunnyside, a big-hearted memoir told in three parts: about growing up in the wake of the destructive choices...

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A Taste for Vengeance

A Taste for Vengeance

When a British tourist fails to turn up for a luxurious cooking vacation in the idyllic village in the south of France that Bruno Courrèges calls home, the chief...

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Immigrant, Montana

Immigrant, Montana

A NEW YORK TIMES NOTABLE BOOK ONE OF THE NEW YORKER’S BEST BOOKS OF THE YEARCarrying a single suitcase, Kailash arrives in...

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The Melody

The Melody

Alfred Busi lives alone in his villa overlooking the waves. Famed in his tiny Mediterranean town for his music, he is mourning the recent death of his wife and quietly living out...

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Hiroshima

Hiroshima

On August 6, 1945, Hiroshima was destroyed by the first atom bomb ever dropped on a city. This book, John Hersey's journalistic masterpiece, tells what happened on that day. Told through...

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The Destiny Thief

The Destiny Thief

“I’ve written a lot about destiny in my fiction,” admits Richard Russo, “not because I understand it, but because I’d like to.” In the first of these...

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Red, White, Blue

Red, White, Blue

A dark, powerful, and subtly crafted novel that traces the intertwined fates of a CIA case officer and a young woman who is forced to confront her dead father's secret past--at once a gripping,...

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Leaves of Grass

Leaves of Grass

Abraham Lincoln read it with approval, but Emily Dickinson described its bold language and themes as "disgraceful." Ralph Waldo Emerson found it "the...

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My Twenty-five Years in Provence

My Twenty-five Years in Provence

From the moment Peter Mayle and his wife, Jennie, uprooted their lives in England and crossed the Channel permanently, they never looked back. Here the beloved author of...

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