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East Breed's, Pennsylvania, is the sort of blue-collar town that simmers with barely concealed prejudices. One Friday night, in the parking lot of a chain...
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Naked Pictures of Famous People
He's the MTV generation's master of modern humor, a star of film, TV, and the comedy stage. This sultan of savvy serves up a whip-smart, utterly original collection...
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"Beth Kephart's Flow is just a sumptuous book-haunting, poetic, lit up with gems of beauty and history. We engorge ourselves on materialism. The legacy of our...
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UNDERCOVER is the story of a young, nature-loving aspiring poet, during a year fraught with a father's absence and social invisibility. Narrated by Elisa herself,...
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"Riveting . . . twists that will spin you around." -Newsweek   When Beth Cappadora, a suburban mother and photographer, loses sight of her three-year-old son,...
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Named for her father, Henry Marie wants a pet so bad it hurts - a kitten, a horse, even a little sister would do!   But her parents nix every idea Henry has,...
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Edited by Andrea J. Buchanan   About the Anthology It's A Boy, is a wide-ranging, often-humorous, and honest collection of essays about the experience of...
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Edited by Gail Belsky About the Anthology Every Baby Boomer has to confront it: their changing midlife sex lives. Now, Gail Belsky provides an unfailingly honest...
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Edited by Andrea J. Buchanan   About the Anthology The wide-ranging essays in this collection examine the mother-daughter bond and the experience of raising...
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The Imperfect Mom: Candid Confessions of Mothers Living in the Real World Edited by Therese J. Borchard   About the Anthology The supermom is a suburban legend...
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“Told with self-lacerating honesty and unvarnished prose that rises on command to poetic intensity, Married at Fourteen is the absorbing memoir of a young woman who...
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The stories about the 'why' of shoes and boots being wrapped around power and phone lines vary widely, but such 'shoefiti' are found around the world. This book...
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Writing While Black
After twenty rejections of Christina's poignant novel based on how she met her Jewish husband, she, on a martini-soaked dare, creates a Caucasian alter ego and...
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Bobby fights his fears -- of stage fright, disconnection from his dad, and the evil neighbor cat with twenty-seven toes -- in this hilarious sequel to BOBBY VS....
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Today, most Westerners still see the war in Afghanistan as a contest between democracy and Islamist fanaticism. That war is real; but it sits atop an older...
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Life isn’t about finding yourself, it’s about creating yourself. My Life Map is a journaling tool to help you reflect on the past and sketch a picture of...
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Tricks of the Trade
Magicians are undeniably sexy—strong, sensuous, masterful, and magical. Who wouldn’t want to succumb to one? Be levitated? Be sawed in half? Imagine being called...
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Raising Hell
Demons are of course nothing more than fallen angels. And before the fall, Lucifer Morningstar was the most beautiful of the angels, and the most beloved of God...
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All Your Pretty Dreams
Humorous, romantic, and full of the turmoil of becoming an adult, All Your Pretty Dreams asks the question: How do I know who I am? And when I find out,...
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Deadly Bones, a Mapleton Mystery
A dog finding a bone is no big deal—until it turns out to be human.  Mapleton Police Chief Gordon Hepler and the mayor can’t agree about what being a cop...
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