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Stop Fighting like Cats and Dogs!---As a multi-pet owner, you know that having more pets can double your pleasure but does not necessarily make your life merrier....
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Chicken Soup for the Cat Lover's Soul
Cats first purred their way into human hearts thousands of years ago, and have been our treasured companions and soul mates ever since. Whether impish kittens,...
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Chicken Soup for the Dog Lover's Soul
For thousands of years, dogs have been cherished as devoted companions and exuberant playmates-their unconditional love, limitless affection and unwavering loyalty...
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KILLER YEAR
Killer Year is a group of 13 debut crime/mystery/suspense authors whose books will be published in 2007. The graduating class includes such rising stars as Robert...
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THE GUILTY
Journalist Henry Parker from "The Mark" returns in this pulse-pounding follow-up. After the murders of two high-profile victims, Henry is led into the...
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Right as I'm about to die, I realize all the myths are fake. There's no white light at the end of a tunnel. My life isn't flashing before my eyes. All I can think...
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MADAPPLE
Christina Meldrum’s debut novel MADAPPLE (Alfred A. Knopf; May 2008; $16.99; Hardcover), is at once a literary novel and a psychological thriller. It draws the...
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Spanning the globe from Argentina to Wall Street, 27 photographers and authors document the residences of the dead. Authors consider teenage suicide, the death of...
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Advance praise for the book, which will be published by mid-year: “Sharanya Manivannan’s voice has the innocence and fearlessness of one who is lost in the dance....
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Playful, whimsical, and wry, Margaret Atwood’s story about two children who live up in a tree has attained classic status. When this charming book was first...
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Postmodern fiction is the quintessential question -- elusive as the answer for the meaning of life or the 21st Century response to Langston Hughes' rhetorical...
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Remain In Light
In 1968, Irène Laureux's husband was murdered during the Paris riots and his body dumped near Notre-Dame cathedral. Thirty years later, she finally catches up...
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Presenting Princess Prunella, the pill. Proud, prissy, and peevish, she lives in a pink palace with her pinheaded parents, her three plump pussycats, and her...
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In his book, “A Prayer for the Departed: Tales of a Family through the Decades of the Last Century” (ISBN 1461138930), Bill Broder honors the elders of his family...
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A rousing critique of the rise to dominance of the belief that market forces and unfettered individualism should direct all matters in society - a recipe for...
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TALES FROM THE DEN
You're not afraid of wild and weird things that go Woof in the night, are you? Enter the Den, where this frightfully stimulating collection of 15 hot and hairy...
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When I was just a little boy of seven years old, my younger sister and I were taken away from England by my dad without my mum's knowledge or consent. We lived...
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Hidden Fire
Returning from a stint as part of a task force on violent crime, Randy Detweiler is eager to reunite with Sarah Tucker in Pine Hills, but she’s...
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