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In Lessons from the Trumpet Vine, author Jeri Glatter draws upon her personal experiences to create the uniquely nurturing voices of a spiritual presence she refers...
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October Wind
A sweeping, unforgettable story of romance, intrigue--and the greatest voyage ever made. The dreamer... He believed he could reach the fabulous Indies by sailing...
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The Lily and the Leopard
In a turbulent France of 1414, Lianna of France, mistress of a great castle in Normandy, and Rand of England, Henry V's most trusted warrior, experience a destined...
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Moonshadow
Brash, beautiful Jessica Darling preferred to forget what she'd done to survive her destitute childhood. Now, her shameful past safely behind her, she found...
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Irish Magic II
This title contains stories that include "The Changeling" by Susan Wiggs, "To Recapture the Light" by Morgan Llywelyn, "Earthly Magic" by Barbara Samuel, and "Bride...
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Lord of the Night
Under cover of night. . . Sandro Cavalli, Lord of the Night, is legendary for bringing criminals to justice. But in the city's shadowy alleyways, a new, deadly plot...
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People are raving about The Zul Enigma: 'It blew my mind into a bazillion pieces,' and '... this is, by far, one of the best books I've ever read!' The Zul Enigma,...
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Mammoth
The very best erotica from over a decade with more than 30 pieces of short erotic fiction from the most outstanding writers in the field explore the full range of...
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Sexy, smart and literate: Best Women's Erotica 2012 presents the year's hottest bedside reading. There's a hungry audience of readers who demand smart, literate,...
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Surveys We Can Count On
A language arts guided reading literacy book, this title is part of the iOpeners reading series and is appropriate for grade five readers. Each chapter takes a...
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From Library Journal In his first novel, Cullin takes a look at rural Texas and creates a voice in Willy Keeler that both defies and typifies stereotypes. Willy is...
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What the Dogs Have Taught Me
Award-winning comedy writer Merrill Markoe, the slightly warped mind behind Stupid Pet Tricks, is an old hand with dogs. She knows who's boss (they are) and the...
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Walking in Circles Before Lying Down: A Novel
Dawn Tarnauer’s life isn’t exactly a success story. Already twice divorced, the young Californian is too busy job-hopping to start a career, her current boyfriend...
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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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