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House of the Sleeping Beauties and Other Stories

House of the Sleeping Beauties and Other Stories

Three surreal, erotically charged stories from Nobel Prize winner Yasunari Kawabata.   In the three long tales in this collection, Yasunari Kawabata examines...

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Letters to Véra

Letters to Véra

No marriage of a major twentieth-century writer is quite as beguiling as that of Vladimir Nabokov’s to Véra Slonim. She shared his delight at the enchantment...

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The Pentagon Papers

The Pentagon Papers

Drawn from Katharine Graham’s Pulitzer Prize-winning memoir Personal History, a dramatic account of how she piloted the Washington Post through the Pentagon...

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Who Killed Piet Barol?

Who Killed Piet Barol?

One of the Best Books of the Year: Newsday, The Times, The Observer, Mail on Sunday   This “gorgeous treat of a novel” (The Times, Book of the...

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The Big Rock Candy Mountain

The Big Rock Candy Mountain

Bo Mason, his wife, Elsa, and their two boys live a transient life of poverty and despair. Drifing from town to town and from state to state, the violent, ruthless Bo seeks outhis fortune--in...

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Darker

Darker

E L James revisits the world of Fifty Shades with a deeper and darker take on the love story that has enthralled millions of readers around the globe.   Their...

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How America Lost Its Secrets

How America Lost Its Secrets

A powerful exposé that calls into question Edward Snowden's hero status and uncovers how vulenerable our national security systems have become.Edward...

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Island People

Island People

This masterwork of travel literature and history provides a kaleidoscopic portrait of the Caribbean and illuminates its fierce grip on the world's imagination.From...

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No Man's Land

No Man's Land

1918: The end of the war to end all wars. The end of an era for victors and vanquished alike.When Germany launched the Ludendorf Offensives—the most massive military bombardment...

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Collusion

Collusion

#1 NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER   “[Collusion] is invaluable in collating the overwhelming evidence of a web of relationships between the Kremlin, Trump and members of Trump’s...

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Building Art

Building Art

Here, from Pulitzer Prize–winning critic Paul Goldberger, is the first full-fledged critical biography of Frank Gehry, undoubtedly the most famous architect of our time. Goldberger...

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Home Sweet Home

Home Sweet Home

From the widely praised author of the FBI Special Agent Ana Grey series and A Star for Mrs. Blake, this riveting epic drama follows the Kusek family from New York City...

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Kenneth Clark

Kenneth Clark

Throughout his brilliant, multifaceted career as a scholar and patron of the arts, Kenneth Clark, later Lord Clark of Saltwood worked tirelessly to bring art to the people. Born in 1903...

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Thus Bad Begins

Thus Bad Begins

In Madrid, 1980, five years after Franco's death, Juan de Vere takes a job assisting Eduardo Muriel, a film director in the twilight of his career. Muriel is eccentric but...

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The Wood for the Trees

The Wood for the Trees

Award-winning scientist Richard Fortey, upon his retirement, purchased four acres of ancient woodland in the Chiltern Hills of Oxfordshire, England. The Wood for...

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After the Fire

After the Fire

Henning Mankell's last novel about an aging man whose quiet, solitary life on an isolated island off the coast of Sweden is turned upside down when his house catches fire.      Fredrik...

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The Day Fidel Died

The Day Fidel Died

Cuba has loomed large in American memory and history. Throughout the last half-century, the island and its larger-than-life revolutionary leader have been key players in the Cold War and mythologized...

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His Final Battle

His Final Battle

A New York Times Notable Book One of the Best Books of the Year: Foreign Affairs, BloombergIn March 1944, as World War II raged...

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The U.S. Constitution

The U.S. Constitution

Politicians come and go, but the Constitution stands as the supreme law of the land. Setting forth the workings of our democracy, it is the bedrock document from which we...

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The Mistletoe Murder

The Mistletoe Murder

Throughout her illustrious career as the Queen of Crime, P. D. James was frequently commissioned by newspapers and magazines to write a special short story for Christmas. Now, for...

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The Boat Rocker

The Boat Rocker

New York, 2005. Chinese expatriate Feng Danlin is a fiercely principled reporter at a small news agency whose website is read by Chinese all over the world. Danlin’s explosive...

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The Innocent Have Nothing to Fear

The Innocent Have Nothing to Fear

It’s election season, and this year New Orleans—hot, sticky, squalid—is hosting the Republican National Convention. J. D. Callahan is a political operative...

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Brothers at Arms

Brothers at Arms

Pulitzer Prize Finalist in HistoryWinner of the Journal of the American Revolution 2016 Book of the Year AwardAt the time the first shots were fired at...

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The Sleepwalker

The Sleepwalker

NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLERThe New York Times bestselling author's most spine-tingling novel yet--the mesmerizing story of a wife and mother who vanishes...

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