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Welcome to sunny Hawaii, where the palm trees sway, the tropical breezes blow, and a gangland-style turf war is erupting. Joseph is one of the best chefs in...
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Moist
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“Smith’s energetic thriller is an ode to the hard-boiled Los Angeles of Raymond Chandler and James Ellroy, spun out in brighter-than-life Starburst colors.” —Los...
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Salty: A Novel
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It’s rock stars vs. pirates in Thailand in the latest comic thriller by Mark Haskell Smith, a man who “writes like Carl Hiaasen’s oversexed cousin” (Booklist).“[...
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Women In Praise of the Sacred
From Publishers Weekly Edited by poet Jane Hirshfield, this anthology collects poetry by women from 43 centuries and many countries that speaks to matters of the...
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More than an autobiography of an extraordinary woman, it is also the story of a century of French history as lived through the experiences and fates of three...
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TRIANGLE by Katharine Weber
By the time she dies at age 106, Esther Gottesfeld, the last survivor of the Triangle Shirtwaist fire, has told the story of that day many times. But her own role...
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In The Long Night of Flying, Sharon Olson’s engaging first collection, the reader is taken on a journey into a world of vulnerability, incipience, and mystery....
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Taking Care of Cleo
The year is 1928, the height of Prohibition; the setting is a resort town on the northwestern shore of Lake Michigan. The Bearwalds are the only Jewish family in...
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In her first book, Clotilde Dusoulier provides a glimpse into the life of a young Parisian as she savors all that the city has to offer and shares her cooking...
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New & Selected Poems
A compilation covering over 25 years, a "Best of..." collection of Burns' most personal and unsettling verse. Apocalyptic, austere, elegant, terrifying. Includes an...
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Dead Flowers: Book #7 of the JP Kinkaid Chronicles
When the Fog City Geezers sign a recording contract with Fluorescent Records, band founder JP Kinkaid makes an unusual decision: to record a live show as their...
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Ordinary Substance
Ordinary Substance is a journey of transfiguration. One soul as it wanders through birth, love, life, heartache, death and rebirth. The journey of love and loss...
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Leaving You Unpainted is the story of love shared through poetry in an unpretentious and unadorned style, yet it is profoundly provocative with its visual sensual...
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Empty as Nirvana
Zayra Yves is a modern-day mystic whose writings are evocative, innovative, and empathetic. She is a passion-filled force embracing both her human desires as well...
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Color Me Pomegranate
The pomegranate, as a symbol and for its color, has historical meanin gofr women both in mythology and literature. Zayra's literary poetic collection, Color Me...
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Rancho Esquon was a quiet little community in Northern California’s vast Sacramento Valley. With its green neon palm, the Oasis Diner attracted tired truckers...
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In the tradition of James M. Cain comes this steamy noir novel of passion and betrayal set in California, Tijuana and New Orleans,   Winn Cahill returns to his...
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"Blind Obsession" is the mass market paperback edition of "Kingdom Road."
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After the devastation of Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans became ground zero for the reinvention of the American city, with urban planners, movie stars, anarchists...
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