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In this exhaustive tome, former People magazine writer Carlin chronicles the lives of the Beach Boys and Brian Wilson. By now the Wilson story is well-known, and...
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Something people typically think of as merely functional—ordinary conversation—has the power they have to create, sustain, and change the very nature of workplace...
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The New Black
The contributions to this series consist of original research papers from an international community of specialists on race and ethnic relations. The purpose of...
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Orson's MUSEE d'ORSAY!   Product Rating: Pros: The greatest single collection of Impressionist Art, housed in a magnificent...
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Hilarious and refreshingly honest, this chronicle of a year-long journey of self-exploration and self-help offers solace and solidarity to the myriad sufferers of...
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Thorn in the Flesh
Thorn in the Flesh tells the story of Kate Harris, a bisexual lecturer in her late thirties, who is attacked in her Surrey home and left for dead. Continuing...
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Summer by the Sea
Something old is new again. Please enjoy this beautiful reissue of fan favorite Summer by the Sea, a novel about food, family and second chances. It's the beginning...
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Never Mind the Goldbergs
Seventeen-year-old New Yorker Hava Aaronson, a self-consciously observant Jew, is nonetheless unorthodox in many ways. She has spiked hair, loves punk culture, and...
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Orders, Decorations and Medals of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea
This groundbreaking work is the first and only full-color hardcover book on North Korean orders and medals. It has 120 pages and over 300 color photos depicting...
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Candy in Action
Candy Resnick is just the girl next door — if the girl next door happens to be a college freshman and part-time model with a wicked sense of humor. She and her best...
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Eileen Malone's poems are sensual and hearbreaking, feminine and hard-edged. Feminist, lapsed Catholic, and mental health activist, this San Francisco poet offers...
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On a night in 1760, Matthew Harper played a seemingly innocent game of chance in the parlor of the inn he owned. But, before the night was over, the inn belonged...
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Den of Desire
Mara Templeton may be a bestselling erotic romance writer, but deep down, she knows her identity’s a lie. She’s never come close to experimenting like her...
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What about if the bomb works? After horrific attacks the United Kingdom and cities across the United States, Navy Captain Bryan Craig leads Pegasus, a London...
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The dramatic story of the Bushmen of the Kalahari is a cautionary tale about water in the twenty-first century-and offers unexpected solutions for our time....
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Murder is no laughing matter. Yet a prominent Indian scientist dies in a fit of giggles when a Hindu goddess appears from a mist and plunges a sword into his...
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From Publishers Weekly Vish Puri, the head of Delhi's Most Private Investigators Ltd., tackles a rather prosaic domestic case in this first of a projected...
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