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Jan.25.2014
Also available for Kindle here. Adapted from Stuart Land's award-winning screenplay of the same name, CLAIMING LIVES, is a crime thriller about San Francisco homicide inspector, Jake Smithson, who suffers nightmares from his youth when his teenage girlfriend was abducted by a serial kidnapper....
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Oct.06.2013
Based on real events, unforgettable. debunking chapters of today told by a long-term, snarky gripman on San Francisco’s cable cars, tales you won’t hear in most places where Political Correctness trumps real-life observations, especially about people playing race and ethnicity “cards,” made...
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Sep.12.2013
The Rose Shipwreck is a collection of poems, by turns lyrical, dramatic, and provocative, and of gritty photographs of the streets of New York and San Francisco, created between 2005 and 2013. The poems and photographs comment on each other to mark a time in our collective story when meaning and...
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Aug.13.2013
A series of anonymous threats intended for others puts a man—and everyone he loves—in the path of a relentless killer, in Tell No Lies by Gregg Hurwitz Daniel Brasher has always been something of a disappointment to his old-money aristocratic San Francisco mother. Daniel left his high-paying...
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Jul.29.2013
Moving between the dazzling world of courtesans in turn of the century Shanghai, a remote Chinese mountain village, and the rough-hewn streets of nineteenth-century San Francisco, Amy Tan's sweeping new novel maps the lives of three generations of women connected by blood and history - and the...
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Jul.09.2013
A Half Century of Public and Private Moral Ambivalence “The Thanksgiving Trilogy,” by Bill Broder, presents a portrait of the human and historical dilemmas in our country during the last fifty years. In three novels, Bill Broder follows a group of friends who left their blood families in the East...
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Jun.07.2013
It's finally time! Detective Lindsay Boxer is in labor—while two killers are on the loose. Lindsay Boxer's beautiful baby is born! But after only a week at home with her new daughter, Lindsay is forced to return to work to face two of the biggest cases of her career. A rising star football player...
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Jun.03.2013
The third book of the Dominic Grey detective series, following The Summoner and The Egyptian. Dominic Grey and Viktor Radek aren’t your typical private eyes. They specialize in mysteries involving religious cults. Here, Interpol comes calling with a case: in Paris and San Francisco, leaders of...
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Apr.11.2013
The international best selling author of Sarah and The Heart is Deceitful Above All Things presents his new and tremendously moving novella, Harold's End. A San Francisco street kid hustling to feed his heroin habit. A middle-aged rich guy with an uncommon turn-on. Oh yeah, and a snail. The...
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Jan.18.2013
“We called it City, a raggedy, in-the-flatlands, couldn’t-pass-the-earthquake code, stimulating, politically popping repository of blacks who couldn’t get to college any other way, whites who had flunked out of the University of California, and anybody else shrewd enough to go free for two years...