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Butterflies Will Come is about the diverse lives of women.  These poems are snapshots of where they've been and where they are going.  It's about life and...
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Science from Sight to Insight
Science from Sight to Insight: How Scientists Illustrate Meaning (with Alan G. Gross, University of Chicago Press, November 2013). In the last two decades,...
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The Beauty of Ordinary Things
From the acclaimed author of the #1 Indie Next Pick LYDIA CASSATT READING THE MORNING PAPER and SOMEONE NOT REALLY HER MOTHER comes a powerful new story about our...
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The Cabaret
This captivating book presents a uniquely comprehensive cultural history of cabaret, where the most radical of artists, poets, writers, musicians, and theater...
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Paris Requiem
Paris 1899. The city is a glittering hub of fin-desiecle activity. Theatres and galleries are vibrant with artistic energy. The new metro is under construction,...
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Taking Liberties
A concise and lucid explanation of what religious freedom is and isn't. Increasingly, conservative religious groups are using religious liberty as a sword to lash...
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Adé: A Love Story
In this stunning debut novel, Rebecca Walker turns her attention to the power of love and the limitations of the human heart. When Farida, a sophisticated college...
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Port Tropique
Revolution is simmering in the heat of battered Central American town Port Tropique, where protagonist Franz Hall is an "intellectual Meursault in a paranoid...
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The Roy Stories
For forty years—a Biblical time span—The Roy Stories has been the one continuous unbroken line in the otherwise kaleidoscopic career of one of America’s greatest...
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The End of Eve
At age 39, Ariel Gore has everything she’s always wanted: a successful writing career, a long-term partnership, a beautiful if tiny home, a daughter in college...
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Best Evidence
A national Gallup Poll found 93 percent of Americans believe in one or more paranormal phenomena that Science can't explain and won't accept. Chances are, you're...
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For beginning, mid-career, or longtime professional actors--or devoted fans who want a backstage glimpse of the actor's craft--this book offers a series of essays...
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Owners who want to pamper their pooches without breaking the bank will find up-to-date cost-cutters on air travel, aromatherapy, art, bedding, books, clothing,...
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Money to Burn
A Ronnie Ventana Mystery She's a burglar's daughter and a first-rate private investigator. And if the tools of Veronica Ventana's trade include a Ph.D. in...
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Death Notes
When Ronnie invites her friend and mentor Blackie Coogan to join her at the comeback concert of Match Margolis, the greatest tenor sax and jazz composer alive, she...
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The Last Queen
Juana of Castile, the last queen of Spanish blood to inherit her country's throne, is an enigmatic figure, shrouded in lurid myth. Was she the bereft widow of...
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KILLER YEAR - edited by Lee Child
Edited by Lee Child, KILLER YEAR features stories by Ken Bruen, Brett Battles, Allison Brennan, Robert Gregory Browne, Bill Cameron, Toni McGee Causey, Sean...
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THE GUILTY
Journalist Henry Parker from "The Mark" returns in this pulse-pounding follow-up. After the murders of two high-profile victims, Henry is led into the...
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First Aid
Is there an animal doctor in the house? Most likely, the answer is no. And when an accident or other emergency threatens your pet, every minute counts. Don't be...
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Frost og Aske
Eight year-old Lukas is found strangled with fishing line in a small stream in a suburb of Århus in the middle of a snowstorm. It looks like a sexual crime, but...
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