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KRYMSIN NOCTURNES
Montgomery Quinn is a millenia-old member of a race of metahumans called Olympians, dedicated to unending war against a power-mad cabal of vampires and rogue...
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Flying Out of Brooklyn
"An evocative, heartfelt rendering of the American home front in 1943, and the coming-of-age of a wife and husband at a time when young people unquestioningly...
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Al Pennyback mystery series. Al is hired to investigate a suspicious death in a retirement community. His efforts are complicated by the fact that the deceased...
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This deep book highlights the true meaning of sacrifice and love.  In the economic chaos of broken down Detroit, Celeste falls in love with Eddie, a wounded...
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Top Dog
It's a Dog Eat Dog World. Don't Be on the Menu. What are the differences between a winning and losing performance? Why are we able to rise to the challenge one...
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  Do you believe you are descended from the aristocracy, or even from royalty?  Or do you have a line of descent from a blue-blooded family, but want to...
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Kindling: Writings On the Body
This new collection of poetry and prose explores the body as a site of pleasure, pain and political struggle.  Disabled and chronically ill writer, historian...
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as the world stopped turning
...the personal, idiosyncratic, often frustrated, sometimes angry, but ultimately sad observations of a life long soap opera fan...  Notwithstanding the title...
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A cinematic foray from the 'ruin porn' of Detroit to the warming of a young woman's love life in Hawaii. Detroit has been in a economic death spiral for decades,...
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A true adventure in Spain enriched with flavors of contemporary culture and spiced with legends from ancient times. In September 2001, the author and her husband...
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Yeats: A Psychoanalytic Study
This extraordinary study traces the complex connections between the traumatic memories of Yeats' childhood and recurrent themes in his work. A consistent,...
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Hungry for Light: The Journals of Ethel Schwabacher
The journal of this Abstract Expressionist, covering the years 1967 through 1980, details the artist's creative process and her awareness of her aging and...
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Sins of the Mothers
Set in Berkeley, California, in the 1970s, this novel "charts the breakup of an abusive, seventeen-year marriage. Their 'intellectual companionship' long over...
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Paradise Farm
Set in 1929, before the Crash, Paradise Farm probes the disintegration and rebirth of a wealthy Jewish family at a time when the New York art world was in ferment...
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The Last Good Freudian
The 1950s saw waves of Freudian disciples set up practices. In The Last Good Freudian, Brenda Webster describes what it was like to grow up in an intellectual and...
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The Beheading Game
Flamboyant New York theatre director Ren is passionately in love with Jack, a younger man who is still under the thumb of his conservative CEO father, Malcolm. Jack...
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Letter to My Mother
Through literary works and public appearances, Edith Bruck, born 1932 in Hungary, has devoted her life to bearing witness to what she experienced in the Nazi...
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Tattoo Bird
Tatto Bird is a short story collection comprised of eleven stories. The title story received an Honorable Mention (second prize) in the H.E. Francis Short Story...
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Poems in Spanish
The majority of poems in this book were written as if in Spanish, thus it is in some ways a translation of the styles of Vallejo, Neruda, Lorca, and Sabines to my...
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