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An old lady's decaying body is found lying at the bottom of the stairs. The police believe it was simply an accidental fall that killed great-aunt Jane. But was...
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Time of Useful Consciousness
Lawrence Ferlinghetti's first book since Poetry as Insurgent Art, a new call to action and a vivid picture of civilization moving towards its brink. New Directions...
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The War of the Roses—The Children
What ever happened to the children of the Roses? "More than 20 years after the publication of The War of the Roses, the divorce story that inspired the famous...
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Cute Eats Cute
If Holden Caulfield had grown up in an age of environmental politics he might sound like Cute Eats Cute's 15-year-old narrator. Set in a Midwestern town at the turn...
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Gypsy Escapades Can a ragtag quartet of newfound friends outwit terrorists during a crisis in India? In our precarious world of old grudges and ruthless high-tech...
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Heading Out to Wonderful
It is the summer of 1948 when a handsome, charismatic stranger, Charlie Beale, recently back from the war in Europe, shows up in the town of Brownsburg, a sleepy...
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Bullying Ben: How Benjamin Franklin Overcame Bullying
Many people remember Benjamin Franklin as the man who discovered electricity. But did you know that he was bullied as a child? Yes, Ben was bullied by his older...
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Salt In Our Blood recounts the moving story of a commercial fisherman's wife, who is both a mother and a successful attorney on the Oregon coast. Set against...
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A collection of flash fiction which will challenge and delight readers. All over the place in the space of a mind. “The brilliant stories in Sylvia Petter’s...
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         Boston had always served as a confusing symbol, like the quincunx pattern on a turtle’s back, or the moment in James Joyce’s...
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Communities with greater social engagement have less violent crime, higher educational performance, and better resident health. In this book, two psychologists and...
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"Meant to be used as a tool for delving into the subconscious to unearth the archetypes which define character and story." Jeffrey M. Freedman, Writer, Consulting...
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Greatest Escape
My book, THE GREATEST ESCAPE: Travel the Quantum Path to Personal Freedom, challenges old ideas about therapy and personal growth.  It shines a spotlight on the...
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Vampire Outlaw of the Milkey Way
"Vampire Outlaw of the Milky Way is what would happen if Ray Bradbury and Lin Carter got together to write a space opera. Only Weston Ochse could write...
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The Blue Religion
Synopsis Nineteen original stories—including a new contribution by New York Times bestselling author Michael Connelly—about riveting showdowns between cops and...
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Engines of Desire by Linton Robinson
Collection of poems, reprint of a cult classic from the Seattle poetry fever of the Eighties.    80 pages, paperbound.  $5 pocketbook  Cover blurbs by Robert Bly...
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A new form of graphic novel with 12 fictional vignettes illustrated with hundreds of photographs of non-acting teen girls.
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This collection includes poems that give voice to women in paintings, sculptures, and photographs.  Each title is the title of a well-known work of art, or nude. ...
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Silent Songs
Opera singer Gerda Christensen Fiske was born in 1916 to Danish immigrants, and raised in New York City. Her father, a poet and philosopher, and her mother, a...
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American Countercultures
Counterculture, while commonly used to describe youth-oriented movements of the 1960s, refers to any attempt to challenge or change conventional values and...
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