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The Watchmaker's Daughter tells the story of a child of two refugees: a watchmaker who saved lives within Dachau prison, and his wife, a gifted concert pianist...
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A powerful new novel about an ordinary family facing extraordinary times at the start of the Chinese Cultural Revolution China, 1957. Chairman Mao has declared a...
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Quiet As They Come is a beautiful, brutal and humorous portrait of ordinary people caught between two cultures. Set in San Francisco from the 1980s to the present...
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"...the Mudflat series is a supernatural comic romp full of nonstop action, fantastic characters and a hero you'll love."  RT Book Reviews. Tyrant Trouble is...
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The History of Virtue and Corruption:
The History of Virtue and Corruption: Western Civilization, from Athens to America, demonstrates the meaning and incomplete record of American scholarship; (...
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The Never Realized Republic
The Never Realized Republic begins with the what the colonists' brought with them to the North American continent, vis-à-vis, English jurisprudence, the Age of...
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As the inhabitants of Cloverdale, Oregon, welcomed in the twentieth century, they were not unaccustomed to hard times and thorny situations. Small communities...
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Some people have that insatiable urge to see what is over the next hill. I was infected with that bug. My grandmother told me "Son don't let the grass grow under...
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A begining vampire... A gnawing hunger... A friendly guy... Disaster...just a heartbeat away. Newly turned vampire Gerogia can deal with the "dead all day" part,...
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The Sleeping Partner heralds the return of the serene and self-reliant Miss Sarah Tolerance, Fallen Woman and Agent of Inquiry. This time, Miss Tolerance is...
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Shades of Blue - Second in the Memory Box Trilogy
Second in the Memory Box Trilogy When Susan Barnes accepted the position at the law firm and moved to Kansas City, leaving her best friend and small hometown behind...
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Three very different sisters (one single and pregnant, one who catches her husband cheating, and one who can't commit to anyone) end up living in their father's...
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Four coworkers at a New York City publishing house (a not-so-happily-married mom, her single sister, their goodlooking boss, and a runaway bride) reluctantly form a...
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  CONTENTS   Foreword: What It Means to Be a Trojan by Pete Carroll Editor's Acknowledgements Introduction   The THIRTIES             Norman Bing, Ambrose...
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A timely and moving bicultural coming-of-age tale about the daughter of a Danish immigrant and a black G.I. A beauty with light brown skin and blue eyes, she...
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From the author of City Poet, the brilliant biography of Frank O’Hara, now comes a fascinating account of thriving forms of spirituality in what is being called a “...
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XENOGENESIS is a tale of change; inexorable and inevitable. Human beings are always craving change but when it comes it is frightening . . . Sometimes to the point...
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The Ecotechnic Future
In response to the coming impact of peak oil, John Michael Greer helps us envision the transition from an industrial society to a sustainable ecotechnic world - not...
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This funny and idiosyncratic Japanese-fast-food memoir and quasi-spiritual autobiography from NPR commentator Raskin contains at its core, despite its oddball title...
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