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When Did You See Her Last?
The second in the highly anticipated new series by Lemony Snicket, the enigmatic author of the bestselling A Series of Unfortunate Events. In the fading town of...
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Yorkie Doodle Dandy
This is an incredible memoir about a miraculous tiny dog. Named miraculous by the foremost dog authority of the 20th Century, Maxwell Riddle simply states, "Smoky...
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Smoke
Pattyn’s father is dead. Now she’s on the run in this riveting companion to the New York Times bestselling Burned. Pattyn Von Stratten’s father is dead, and Pattyn...
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Aftermath of a Sociopath
In this collection of modern parables, K. T. Mitchell unmasks the motivations behind humanity’s most hideous acts- unquelled desires of lust, social achievement,...
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The Devil's Woods
Fear wears many skins. Deep within the Canadian wilderness, people have been disappearing for over a century. There is a place the locals call “the Devil’s Woods...
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The Girl from the Blood Coven
Who—or what—killed them all? In this short story prelude to The Witching House, the year is 1972. Sheriff Travis Keagan is enjoying a beer at the local roadhouse...
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Shadows in the Mist
The truth will not stay buried. During World War II, Germany’s Hürtgen Forest was a killing field. But there was something worse than the enemy in the mist. An...
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The Witching House
Some houses should be left alone. In 1972, twenty-five people were brutally murdered in one of the bloodiest massacres in Texas history. The mystery of who...
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Remington & the Mysterious Fedora
In the back of a strange used goods store, Josh finds an old Remington typewriter and a fedora with some very mysterious powers. As Josh embarks on his first novel...
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Tears in the Dust
Tears in the Dust is a contemporary novel with gleams of hope intertwined within the despair of life. This is a story which serves to lift the reader up, only to...
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Greenville County, South Carolina, a wild, lush place, is home to the Boatwright family—rough-hewn men who drink hard and shoot up each other’s trucks, and...
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The eagerly anticipated second volume of Clive Barker’s four part fantasy series, Abarat: Days of Magic, Nights of War, picks up right where the highly praised...
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Despite the rabble-rousing subtitle, remarkable novelist and critic Reed offers far more than the erudite, colloquial confrontationalism with which he is often...
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The author of Waiting to Exhale checks in again with a fresh, exuberant novel. Stella Payne is a Superwoman who has everything—except a man to rock her world,...
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In his eighteenth book of fiction, T. C. Boyle wildly impresses some critics (as he often does) but leaves a few critics wanting more. The slick, page-turning plot...
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The Woman Warrior: Memoirs of a Girlhood Among Ghosts
The Woman Warrior is a pungent, bitter, but beautifully written memoir of growing up Chinese American in Stockton, California. Maxine Hong Kingston (China Men)...
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I Left My Back Door Open
“I am not young, or thin, or white, or beautiful,” says the narrator of Sinclair’s worldly-wise and entertaining new novel. Gun-shy after several catastrophic...
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On a Night Like This
In Sussman’s heart-wrenching debut, two former high school classmates take a second chance at love, despite one partner’s terminal cancer. Resisting the impulse to...
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Born in 1785 in Saint Domingue (now Haiti), the bastard son of a French naval officer and a chambermaid, Audubon was taken to France by his father and then sent to...
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Desirable Daughters
Desirable Daughters, by the prolific writer Bharati Mukherjee, whose short story collection The Middleman won the 1998 National Book Critics Circle Award, is a...
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