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Named one of the BEST BOOKS OF 2001 by the Christian Science Monitor, THE DEADWOOD BEETLE is an emotionally charged story of love and redemption that carries...
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“A haunting story about the legacies of love and war, about three women living with hope and loss and each other. A splendid debut.”Robert Olen Butler
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Trutor & the Balloonist by Debbie Lee Wesselmann
When Michelle Trutor escapes her violent domestic life for the Wharton home, she plans to write a biography of the deceased matriarch, Caroline.  But Caroline has...
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The Earth and the Sky by Debbie Lee Wesselmann
Wesselmann's debut collection contains richly varied stories with a wide range of cultural knowledge. Whether the setting in Taipei, Florence, the Andean foothills...
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Freud's Women, The Other Press
Sigmund Freud is one of the most influential thinkers of the twetieth century. His ideas permeate our everyday thinking about life, love, gender, the family and the...
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by Diana Everstine and Louis Everstine People in Crisis will enable therapists to walk into potentially explosive situations with a thorough understanding of the...
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This is a book about relationship. It is not a how-to or self-help book, but instead an anatomy of the relationship experience itself, its inherent significance and...
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When Darcy Shaw starts a 24-hour cable network called "The Homeless Channel," she thinks she's got everything figured out. But confronted with an...
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Sons and Other Flammable Objects
A wry and haunting first novel from a fresh Iranian-American writer, Sons and Other Flammable Objects is a sweeping, lyrical tale of suffering, redemption, and the...
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In 1987, Frank Miller wrote Batman: Year One, which tells the story of Batman's first year as a superhero vigilante. Now DC Comics gives the Year One treatment to...
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Poetry. "Rarely has a book of poems been as aptly titled as Barbara Crooker's More. Propelled by her hunger for beauty and language, she flies in low over...
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CARNIVAL OF FEAR
Every Halloween, the Carnival of Fear mysteriously appears, never in the same location twice. What follows is twenty-four hours of violence, death, and horror. This...
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The Last Matryoshka
Roped into helping her socially inept, émigré stepfather, Nikolai, escape the clutches of a blackmailer, Jo must enter a world where criminals enforce a 19th-...
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"The House on Black Lake"
"I made a vow at St. Joseph's shrine, Truth for Beauty - an unmarked face for the pursuit of my manifest destiny."With her life falling apart around her,...
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New Haven Police Detective Tommy O’Leary and his new partner, Susan Kendall, are assigned the murder investigation of a local abortion doctor. The grisly scene both...
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Before God created light, there was darkness. Even after He illuminated the world, there were shadows — shadows that allowed the darkness to fester and infect the...
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The Knights...The Gift of Dreams
Explore "The Unknown". Here lies the future, the past and the present seen in dreams!! Begin an exciting journey to the land of the ancients!! Discover...
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The Turn of the Karmic Wheel
  "What goes around, comes around." Truer words were never spoken, as evidenced by the complex interactions and fates of the characters in "The Turn...
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The Turn of the Karmic Wheel
  "What goes around, comes around." Truer words were never spoken, as evidenced by the complex interactions and fates of the characters in "The Turn...
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