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Southern Front
A fictionalized account of the experiences of the international volunteers by one participant who fought with the Sandinistas against the Somoza regime in Nicaragua...
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Medicine of Memory: A Mexica Clan in California
“People who live in California deny the past,” asserts Alejandro Murguía. In a state where “what matters is keeping up with the current trends, fads, or latest...
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Five tales from diverse traditions about resilience of spirit
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The Tree Bride
India, past and present, its inhabitants and expatriates, has always formed the framework of Mukherjee’s literary world. In this vibrant novel, a sequel to...
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Darkness
At once sly and tragic, these twelve extraordinary stories chart the complex and shifting lives of the new immigrants to America—some helpless, some hopeless,...
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Holder of the World
In her luminous new novel, Bharati Mukherjee creates a vivid, complex tale about the dislocation and transformation that arise in the face of a meeting of cultures...
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The Sorrow and the Terror
Bharati Mukherjee and her husband Clark Blaise wrote this book about the 1985 terrorist bombing that downed an Air India jetliner over the Atlantic Ocean near...
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Crawl Space
It's 1999 and Emile Poulquet awaits sentencing in a Paris court for deporting thousands to almost certain death during World War II. Yet haunted by ghosts from his...
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Days and Nights in Calcutta
Days and Nights in Calcutta is a candid look at the dizzying complexities and contradictions of Indian life told from two very different points of view. In 1973,...
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The Far Field
In her debut novel, Edie Meidav tells the tale of Henry Fyre Gould, a self-described anti-missionary who travels to Ceylon from the spiritualist salons of 1930s New...
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Please purchase this eBook here. Just two years ago, the media turned Detective John Spader into a hero. He’d caught a twisted serial killer terrorizing...
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The Tourist Trail is a literary thriller about endangered species in the world's most remote areas, and those who put their lives on the line to protect them....
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If There's a Heaven Above by Andrew Demcak JMS Books 2013
GENRE: Contemporary • LGBTQ Literary Fiction • It's the early 1980's and Matt is on the cusp of adulthood in the flickering shadows of Los Angeles' Gothic...
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The Teacher's Selection Anthology of poetry, Is a book of poetry written by fifth-grade students from schools all over the United states, who were nominated...
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Birds of Paradise Lose
 The thirteen stories in Birds of Paradise Lost shimmer with humor and pathos as they chronicle the anguish and joy and bravery of America’s newest...
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The Death Of Johnny Ace
R&B singer's life cut short too soon The tale of Johnny Ace starts in the late 1940s as a young man returns from the Navy to his hometown of Memphis to try and...
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Fern Valley
Fern Valley is home to a group of wonderful animals who have fun and face some of the same problems children everywhere do. Roberta and Mildred Cornstalk are...
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LILITH
“A really excellent tale with mythic creatures, mayhem, blood and plenty of action and frights.” —Peter Schwotzer, Literary Mayhem Before evil had a name, there...
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Fobbit \’fä-bit\, noun. Definition: A U.S. soldier stationed at a Forward Operating Base who avoids combat by remaining at the base, esp. during Operation Iraqi...
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Marilyn Monroe is one of the most iconic figures in the history of Hollywood, and her legendary work on the big screen is eclipsed only perhaps by the lengend of...
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