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Synopsis: A survival manual for dealing with the complexities of the corporate world offers practical advice and strategies on how to cope with the office political climate in order to achieve success, explaining how to turn adversaries into allies, develop an influence strategy, cope with quirky bosses and annoying coworkers, and achieve one's personal and professional goals. Original. 20,000 first printing.
Synopsis: Moving across the country to take a job, a writer in her thirties finds herself absorbed in a complex relationship with a much younger man and struggles with its eventual breakdown and a long subsequent period of recovery. Reprint.
Synopsis: A behind-the-scenes history of the 1947 separation of India from the British Empire offers a fascinating look at the events and personalities involved, detailing the the chaos, war, and conflict that followed the separation as well as the secret love affair between Indian prime minister Jawaharlal Nehru and Edwina Mountbatten. Reprint. 30,000 first printing.
Synopsis: The life and times of English monarch Henry VIII are revealed in a fictitious autobiographical memoir that is interspersed with the irreverent commentary of his court jester and confidant, Will Somers. Reprint. 25,000 first printing.
Synopsis: A top dermatologist draws on independent studies to challenge myths about cellulite, outlining a six-week program to reduce cellulite appearance through nutrition, lifestyle change, and topical treatments. By the author of Wrinkle-Free Forever. Reprint. 35,000 first printing.
Synopsis: A guide for parents on how to maximize a child's chances of good health through diet presents a primarily vegetarian eating plan designed to reduce susceptibility to both childhood and adult diseases, in a resource complemented by numerous recipes. By the author of Fasting and Eating for Health. Reprint. 25,000 first printing.
Synopsis: Years after retiring to the suburbs to get married and live a "normal" life, former superhero David Brinkley is suffering from a serious mid-life crisis and gradual failure of his super powers, but with New York City on the brink of chaos and all the other superheroes either dead or missing, it is up to him come to the rescue. Reprint. 15,000 first printing.
Synopsis: Demonstrating the techniques and principles of the regimen that the world's elite soldiers use to keep themselves at their mental and physical peak, an illustrated guide uses a holistic approach to show how readers can build up endurance in easy-to-follow training steps. Original. 15,000 first printing.
Synopsis: Set against the backdrop of the later Roman Republic, a new collection of short mystery tales featuring ancient Roman sleuth Gordianus the Finder follows the early career of the classical sleuth. Reprint. 15,000 first printing.
Synopsis: A profile of the woman author who hid behind the male pen name of James Tiptree, Jr., to publish short works of science fiction describes her explorations, work as an intelligence officer during World War II, and shocking suicide.
Synopsis: An insider's account of the personal life of JFK, Jr., is told by one of his closest friends and reveals his early romances, intentions to run for the White House, plans to have children with Carolyn Bessette, and struggles with his father's legacy. Reprint.
Synopsis: An illustrated portrait of daily life in late-sixteenth-century London covers everything from city sanitation to social mores, from the disapproval of spitting by everyone but the queen, to prostitution within the halls of St. Paul's Cathedral, to the right of male guests to kiss a host's female family members. Reprint. 20,000 first printing.
Synopsis: Examines the global perils of radical Islam, looking at the terrorists among us, how Islam exploits the American legal system and our protection of religion, and the deadly goals of fanatics, and calls for an effective, unified approach to stop its spread.
Synopsis: The author recounts his experiences traveling along the Yangtze river from the Tibetan border to the East China Sea, vividly bringing to life China's rich cultural history, politics, people, geography, and climate. Reprint.
Synopsis: When he offers to teach her to dance during his party, Lord Deveril, London's most eligible bachelor, finds himself captivated by the brainy beauty Miss Juliet Shelby, who needs his help in rescuing a friend from the London underworld.
Synopsis: A collection of short fiction includes the story of a boy's attempt to help a troubled classmate, a couple's bizarre visit to a real estate broker, and a young archaeologist's research in an American town
Synopsis: Traces the professional contributions of the World War II Chicago Bears champion, tracing Bronko Nagurski's early athletic years before the war, his record-making comeback, and the developmental years for the Bears.
Synopsis: When his sister tells him to seduce Lady Juliana Ivers and then cast her aside, Alexius Braventon, Marquess of Sinclair, is happy to oblige until he decides that he does not want to discard the refreshing and captivating Juliana.
Synopsis: Beautiful, materialistic Delilah Levy, married to a young rabbi, finds her life beginning to unravel because of the incessant demands of her husband's congregation, her faith, and her life, and the temptations of the modern world. By the author of The Covenant. Reprint. 75,000 first printing.
Synopsis: Documents how the authors studied the techniques of famous magicians to gain insight into the human mind, revealing how illusory tricks depend on how the brain is hard-wired for specific processes of attention and awareness that affect all aspects of life. Reprint.