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Synopsis: Struggling to live a normal life a decade after escaping her kidnappers, Reeve LeClaire agrees to help her therapist throughout the rehabilitation of another rescued abductee only to discover that the girl is still being pursued by a ruthless predator.
Synopsis: "Our favorite clerical detective is back with four longer mysteries in which Canon Sidney Chambers attempts to stop a serial killer with a grievance against the clergy; investigates the disappearance of a famous painting after a distracting display of nudity by a French girl in an art gallery; uncovers the fact that an "accidental" drowning on a film shoot may have been something more sinister; and discovers the reasons behind the theft of a baby from a hospital just before Christmas 1963. In the meantime, Sidney wrestles with the problem of evil, attempts to fulfill the demands of his faithful Labrador, Dickens, and contemplates, as always, the nature of love"--
Synopsis: A behind-the-scenes, sixtieth anniversary commemoration of the thirty-seventh President's famous "Checkers" speech demonstrates how it salvaged a psychologically troubled Nixon's position on Eisenhower's Republican ticket, set the tone for the 1952 campaign, and reflected period politics and culture.
Synopsis: "I was thirteen. Being thirteen is like being in the middle of nowhere. Which was accentuated by the fact that I was in the middle of nowhere. In a house that wasn't mine. In a city that wasn't mine, in a country that wasn't mine, with a one-man family that, in spite of the intersections and intentions (all very good), wasn't mine.When her mother dies, thirteen-year-old Vanja is left with no family and no sense of who she is, where she belongs, and what she should do. Determined to find her biological father in order to fill the void that has so suddenly appeared in her life, Vanja decides to leave Rio de Janeiro to live in Colorado with her stepfather, a former guerrilla notorious for his violent past. From there she goes in search of her biological father, trac...
Synopsis: The award-nominated author of Swimming Home presents a collection of stories that explores human connections, perceptions and loyalty through such tales as "Shining a Light," "Stardust Nation" and "Cave Girl." 30,000 first printing.
Synopsis: "Publishing is a personal story of a writer's hunger to be published, the pursuit of that goal, and then the long haul--for Gail Godwin, forty-five years of being a published writer and all that goes with it. A student at the University of North Carolinaat Chapel Hill in 1958, Godwin met with Knopf scouts who came to campus every spring in search of new talent. Though her five pages of Windy Peaks were turned down and the novel never completed, she would go on to publish two story collections and fourteen novels, three of which were National Book Award finalists, five of which were New York Times bestsellers. Publishing reflects on the influence of her mother's writing hopes and accomplishments, and recalls Godwin's experiences with teachers Kurt Vonnegut and Rob...
Synopsis: Presents a collection of plays, many of which are based on favorite children's tales, including such titles as "Charlotte's Web," "Really Rosie," "Wiley and the Hairy Man," "Wise Men of Chelm," and "The Jungle Book."
Synopsis: Struggling through early sobriety when his AA sponsor is murdered, police officer Cody Hoyt follows clues that point to a Yellowstone National Park guide who is leading Hoyt's son and other tourists into the wilderness.
Synopsis: In 1799, following the success of The Captain's Vengeance, Captain Alan Lewrie of the British Royal Navy and his misfit crew are sent south, where he and the convoy they have been escorting encounter a circus ship and his most dangerous battle ever. Reprint. 15,000 first printing.
Synopsis: A philosopher and cultural critic discusses the diverse ways in which violence is perceived and misperceived in the world, addressing such provocative issues as whether or not capitalism, or even civilization, causes more violence than it prevents, and the inherent violence of globalization, fundamentalism, and language. Original. 30,000 first printing.
Synopsis: Linda Polman takes us to war zones around the globe to show the often compromised results of aid workers' best intentions. It is time, Polman argues, to impose ethical boundaries, to question whether doing something is always better than doing nothing, and to hold humanitarians responsible for the consequences of their deeds. --from publisher description
Synopsis: Leaving the sanctity of her hometown to live in a different world and protect her friends from the dark horrors that overshadow her existence, Lorelei attends classes at a boarding school where she is watched by murderous adversaries. By the award-winning author of First Grave on the Right. Original.
Synopsis: A follow-up to Eve finds Navy SEAL-turned-cop Joe Quinn at the mercy of Eve Duncan's former lover, John Gallo, who plays a dangerous game of cat-and-mouse with CIA agent Catherine Ling, in an installment that recounts the story of how Joe and Eve met and fell in love 10 years earlier. Reprint.
Synopsis: Citing dire predictions about the losses of survival-level resources, a dramatic account of a visionary campaign to save endangered species and landscapes documents the contributions of wildlife biologists and conservationists at key strategic locations. Reprint.
Synopsis: "A Finalist for the Pulitzer Prize and the National Book Award. It is high summer, the early 1960s. Sheryl and Rick, two Long Island teenagers, share an intense, all-consuming love. But Sheryl's widowed mother steps between them, and one moonlit night Rick and a gang of hoodlums descend upon her quiet neighborhood. That night, driven by Rick's determination to reclaim Sheryl, the young men provoke a violent confrontation, and as fathers step forward to protect their turf, notions of innocence belonging to both sides of the brawl are fractured forever. Alice McDermott's That Night is 'a moving and captivating novel, both celebration and elegy...a rare and memorable work' (The Cleveland Plain Dealer)"--
Synopsis: A trio of execution-style murders targeting the migrant community of the rural Adirondack town of Millers Kill draws Episcopal priest Clare Fergusson and police chief Russ van Alstyne into a case plagued by media hysteria and conflict within the police. Reprint.
Synopsis: Applying their unique inventing talents to the creation of highly technological economic systems, Perry and Lester transform the country only to suffer a bust from which they recover by inventing interactive rides throughout the nation's Wal-Marts.
Synopsis: After being interrogated by the Department of Homeland Security after a terrorist attack on San Francisco, California, seventeen-year-old Marcus, released into what is now a police state, uses his expertise in computer hacking to set things right.
Synopsis: ONI's black-ops team, Kilo-Five must prevent the former military leaders of the Covenant, now known as the Elites, from threatening the entire human race, in this new novel in a series based on the popular video game.
Synopsis: Appointed by Queen Victoria to a special division of the Metropolitan police to investigate paranormal phenomena, skeptic Harold Spire and believer Rose Everhart team up to find a survivor from a laboratory that was researching immortality.
Synopsis: Examining the chain of events that led to the Great War and what could reasonably have been done differently to avoid it, an acclaimed political psychologist creates plausible worlds, some better, some worse, that might have developed.
Synopsis: While working at a small movie studio in South Carolina, aspiring actress Lacey Clark, a single mother, is forced to share a house with movie star Beau Wilder, who, she believes, is not a good role model for her son until she discovers the real man under his Hollywood golden boy persona. Original.
Synopsis: A thoroughly revised and updated edition of a guide to protecting personal security draws on true stories and the author's consulting experiences to outline legal strategies, providing coverage of such topics as the new dangers of smart phones and other electronic devices, establishing a safe house and identifying places to hide valuables. 50,000 first printing.
Synopsis: Awoken from his eternal sleep by Ella, a mere mortal, gargoyle Kees, one of a group of supernatural guardians created to protect the world from the seven demons of the Dark, discovers that she is the key to uncovering his new mission. Original.