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Pago Pago Tango
Detective Sergeant Apelu Soifua spent seven years in the San Francisco Police Department, where the job was just a job and solving crimes required cool...
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Fire Knife Dancing
Looks can be deceiving on American Samoa, a lush tropical hideaway that masks a fierce warrior spirit. No one knows this better than Apelu Soifua, the Samoan-born...
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Beyond Those Distant Stars
Alien invaders have all but destroyed humanity. Stella McMasters, a retired naval officer, yearns to get in the war but knows she'll never get a chance. Then...
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The Art Of Blessing is not another book about giving with the emphasis on finances. It is more about becoming a blessing. The Art Of Blessing challenges the way you...
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Darren is a daring and darling pony who, along with his owner Etta, enjoys many adventures, learning wonderful lessons along the way.
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I'll Be Seeing You
"I hope this letter gets to you quickly. We are always waiting, aren't we? Perhaps the greatest gift this war has given us is the anticipation…" It's January 1943...
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Who Asked You?
Family ties are tested and transformed in the new novel from #1 New York Times bestselling author of Waiting to Exhale and How Stella Got Her Groove Back With her...
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Point of Knives
The events of Midsummer have hardly been forgotten by the Fall Balance, and Adjunct Point Nicolas Rathe can hardly complain that they've done any harm to his...
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In 1929 archeologists began draining Lake Nemi in search of the mysterious ships that have been glimpsed beneath its waters since the reign of Claudius. What...
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Mermaid in Chelsea Creek
Everyone in the broken-down town of Chelsea, Massachussetts, has a story too worn to repeat—from the girls who play the pass-out game just to feel like they're...
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An Unfortunate Woman
An Unfortunate Woman is an extraordinary and curious book: It is fiction written as autobiography or simulated oral history; a “woman’s story”—intensely individual...
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Beautiful Phantoms
Eighty pages of Barry Gifford’s poems, spanning a little more than a decade.
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Brando Rides Alone
Part critique, part witty polemic, this revisiting of one of the 1960s’ most tortured and misunderstood productions finds a flawed masterpiece that survived...
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Ghosts No Horse Can Carry
More than 400 pages of poems by Barry Gifford spanning two decades.
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Duplicate Keys
They were six friends from the Midwest who moved to New York City with high hopes of making it big in the music industry. Although the dream had faded, they had all...
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Sagwa, the Chinese Siamese Cat
by Amy Tan
“Before you go out into the world,” Ming Miao told her five kittens, “you must know the true story of your ancestors.” And so begins the story of Sagwa of China, a...
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Perdita Durango
In Perdita Durango, Gifford brings us the uniquely villainous Perdita, born as a minor character in Wild at Heart and reincarnated here as the killer-lovely queen...
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Saroyan: A Biography
Along with Ernest Hemingway, William Saroyan—winner of a Pulitzer Prize in drama for The Time of Your Life and an Academy Award for the screenplay of The Human...
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Visions Of Technology: A Century Of Vital Debate About Machines Systems and The Human World
The Pulitzer Prize-winning author of The Making of the Atomic Bomb provides a unique perspective on the twentieth century through a lively collection of writings...
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