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The BLT Cookbook: Our Favorite Sandwich
Crisp wood-smoked bacon. Thick slices of juicy, vine-ripened tomatoes. Leafy lettuce with a slather of creamy mayonnaise. All brought together on toasted sourdough...
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Working Parts
Lori Taylor is a top-notch bicycle mechanic and a smart woman with well-oiled charisma. And, she can't read. Her best friend Mickey is long on literacy but comes up...
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House Rules: A Memoir
At an early age, Rachel Sontag realized there was something deeply wrong with her father. On the surface, he was a well-respected, suburban physician. But...
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This Wild Silence
"I like to tell Liz that I'm her dark side," says Christine, narrator of the novel. And it's true -- she and her sister, Liz, are indeed opposites....
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Unknown Legends of Rock'n'Roll: Psychedelic Unknowns, Mad Geniuses, Punk Pioneers, Lo-Fi Mavericks & More
Unknown Legends of Rock'n'Roll is a 422-page book with in-depth profiles of sixty of the most interesting overlooked cult rock artists of all time, in all cases...
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Building Hope tells, from the trenches, what it's like to lead and manage a nonprofit agency. It's filled with insights, tips, lessons learned, and poignant stories...
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ECSTATIC RELATIONS: A Memoir of Love
Ancient Hindu scripture says that some "longing in the darkness" propelled our world into being. Deep bonds with the people we love are an expression of...
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You, Me and Morrissey by Nasseri & Starr
You, Me and Morrissey is a collection of autobiographical short stories capturing snapshots of love, loss, bigotry, violence, artistic birth, and...
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Eight Miles High
The second half of the two-volume history of 1960s folk-rock, which saw the movement branch off into folk-rock-psychedelia, singer-songwriters, country-rock, a...
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Turn! Turn! Turn!: The 1960s Folk-Rock Revolution is the first volume of the first comprehensive history of one of the greatest movements in rock music, drawing...
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A collection of beautifully crafted tales written by 36 women writers about change, adversity and celebration. These women look at their life transitions and...
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The Stubborn Season
Where does one person end and the other begin? That’s the question that haunts Irene, a girl growing up in Toronto during the Great Depression. Living with her...
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The Radiant City - Paperback
In Paris, the so-called radiant city, Matthew Bowles, freelance journalist, suffers a dark time. Holed up in a bare apartment in the 8th arrondissement, he’s...
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Our Daily Bread
Robert Benchely's "Law of Distinction" states:  “There are only two kinds of people in the world:  those who believe there are two kinds of people in...
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An Unrehearsed Desire
"The fourteen stories in this dazzling collection continue acclaimed author Lauren B. Davis' exploration into her characters' psychological landscapes, and ensure...
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Rat Medicine & Other Unlikely Curatives
The stories in this, Lauren B. Davis’s first collection, have been called audacious, extraordinary, and an amalgam of deep intuitive perception, sly wit and...
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Old World Witchcraft
Old World Witchcraft is the first of its kind to rethink the "official" history or witchcraft.  It explores the views of both academic and Neo-Pagan writings,...
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 Chaucer's Host: Up-so-doun
Innkeeper Herry Bailly is the host of the company who tell and hear Geoffrey Chaucer's The Canterbury Tales. For those who simply enjoy the entertainment of...
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Chaucer's Pilgrims: the Allegory
Have you ever wondered why Chaucer's pilgrims all arrive at dusk? Dolores Cullen has the answer to that riddle. Learn why there are no married couples among the...
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Who's Afraid of Middle English
Chaucer scholar Dolores Cullen wants to introduce the English-speaking world to the fun of the Middle English vocabulary. Here is a bookful of words and phrases...
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