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July 2014
The Girls of August
Bestselling author Siddons offers a vivid
story of far-flung friendships, loss, and a
fateful reunion.
Deborah harkness
for fAns of
The ConClusion of The All souls Trilogy
The Book of Life
Historian and witch Diana Bishop and vampire geneticist
Matthew Clairmont return to the present to face new
crises and old enemies, in the highly anticipated finale
to the All Souls trilogy.
9780670025596 | $28.96 HC | Viking Books
9781611762662 | $49.95 Unabridged CD | Penguin Audiobooks
SHADow of NigHt
Reluctant witch Diana Bishop and vampire geneticist Matthew
Clairmont continue the battle for the lost, enchanted manuscript
known as Ashmole 782.
9780143123620 | $17.00 PB | Penguin Books
9780670023486 | $28.95 HC | Viking Books
A DiSCoVery of witCHeS
A mesmerizing and addictive read, equal parts history
and magic, romance and suspense. Diana meets her equal
in vampire geneticist Matthew Clairmont, and gradually
warms up to him as their alliance deepens into an
intimacy that violates age-old taboos.
9780143119685 | $16.00 PB | Penguin Books
9780142429112 | $49.95 Unabridged CD | Penguin Audiobooks
Fiction & Nonfiction
Angelica’s Smile
Andrea Camilleri
The 17th installment in Camilleri’s
Inspector Montalbano series,
which boasts more than
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9780143123767 | $16.00 PB
Hunting Season
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Death in Sicily
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M.D. Waters
In the stunning first volume of a
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She’s held captive by the love of
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9780142181140 | $16.00 PB
Plume Books
9780525954248 | $26.95 HC
Dutton Books
Fantasy Life
Every Good Endeavor
Matthew Berry
Berry celebrates every aspect
of the fantasy sports world with
surprisingly uplifting stories that
are reminders of why people play
fantasy games in the first place.
9781594632716 | $16.00 PB
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Timothy Keller with
Katherine Leary Alsdorf
Keller shows how God calls on
everyone to express meaning
and purpose through his or
her work and careers.
9781594632822 | $16.00 PB
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The Great Degeneration
Real Talk
for Real Teachers
Niall Ferguson
In an incisive indictment of an era
of negligence and complacency,
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breakdown of civilization, heroic
leadership and radical reform
are necessary.
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I Said Yes to Everything
Lee Grant
Academy Award®-winning actress
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Power Play
Catherine Coulter
The #1 New York Times-bestselling
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Savich and Lacey Sherlock FBI series.
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Blood Sport
Tim Elfrink
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The reporter who broke the wildly
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One Plus One
Jojo Moyes
Take one single mom, her chaotic
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story of opposites that attract.
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Stuart Woods
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The World's Descent into War, Summer 1914
by Thomas Otte
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Eyes on You
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epic debut in which a young
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Travis Barker &
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From Booker Prize finalist and one of Granta’s Best of Young British Novelists,
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Marie-Helene Bertino
2 A.M. at The
Cat’s Pajamas
photograph by Ted Dodson
An Enchanting and Staggeringly Original Debut
As three lost souls search for love, music, and hope on the snow-covered streets of
Philadelphia, together they will discover life’s endless possibilities over the course of
one magical night. A vivacious, charming, and moving debut, Bertino’s novel is sure
to capture readers’ hearts and have them laughing out loud.
It is dark, dark 7am on Christmas Eve Eve.
Silent flurries fall in the city. Actors walking home from a cast
party on Broad Street try to catch them on their tongues. The
ingénue, landing one on her hot cheek, dissolves into a fit of
laughter. In Fishtown a nightmare trebles through the nose and
paws of a dog snoozing under construction flats. The stone
deity that rules the Rittenhouse Square fountain switches to
life with a pronouncement of water while Curtis Hall musicians,
late for final rehearsal, arpeggiate through the park.
The flurries somersault, reconsider, double back. The alleys
of 9th Street bear witness as they softly change their minds.
On 9th Street Mrs. Rose Santiago, shawl knotted beneath her
chin, uses a broom to convince them away from her stoop.
They refuse to land. She sweeps uselessly at the air.
In her room at the prow of her father’s apartment, Madeleine
Altimari practices the shimmy. Shoulders, shoulders,
shoulders. In front of the mirror, so she can judge herself,
face sharp with focus. It is the world’s most serious shimmy.
After thirty seconds, a flamingo-shaped timer trills and hops
on its plastic legs. Madeleine stops shimmying and rejoins a
Menthol 100 dozing in an ashtray on her vanity.
She exhales. “Again.”
9780804140232 / $25.00 HC / Crown Publishing
Madeleine restarts the shimmy. On the record player, Blossom Dearie says
she’s alive, she’s awake, she’s aware. Shoulders, shoulders, shoulders.
Madeleine imagines cymbals on her hips and shoulders she wants to clang.
After thirty seconds, the timer trills again.
singer is Blossom Dearie and her favorite bass is upright. She spent the
previous night dreaming of apples. She smokes Newport Menthols from the
carton her mother was smoking when she died at the beginning of the year.
Eggs cuss and snap on the stove.
“Terrible.” She frowns at herself in the mirror. On a list by the ashtray,
she marks “one minute” next to “The Shimmy.” Madeleine drags on the
cigarette. The other categories: Singing, Scales, Guitar, are unmarked.
Madeleine is two days away from being ten.
She wears a clothespin on her nose and the uniform for Saint Anthony of The
Immaculate Heart: a maroon sweater over a gray jumper over a gold shirt
over a training bra with lemon-colored stitching. Thick, maroon tights. She
is number three in 5th grade height-ordered line-ups, behind Maisie, whose
spine is shaped like a question mark and Susan, the daughter of ballerinas.
She read somewhere a clothespin worn religiously will shrink her un-ignorable
nose. She thinks the occasional glimmers she can see through her window
are flurries. She has trouble spelling the word rhythm. She likes when people
in movies go to see movies. She cannot begin to understand why the dime
is worth more than the fatter, wider nickel. She needs a haircut. Her favorite
The unofficial rule of Saint Anthony of The Immaculate Heart is that
Madeleine is never allowed to sing again in Church or at any assembly.
Never, never, a whole page of nevers. Still, it is going to be a gold star
day. She will suffer through Claire Kelly’s singing in morning mass, the girl’s
nasal notes and plosive p’s filling the Church with unholy noise, spritzing the
first row of pews on every heretical t, BUT THEN, her class will be making
caramel apples. Madeleine has never had a caramel apple and she wants to
taste one more than she wants god’s love.
Claire, the sound Madeleine’s toilet makes when it’s dry. Madeleine is
forever adding water to its basin when it wails, from the purpose-specific
can she keeps next to the toilet.
L. ike a comet, a horrific afterthought, a roach darts down the wall. Its path
follows indecipherable logic. Madeleine screams in high C and crushes the
In her room at the prow of her father’s
apartment, Madeleine Altimari practices
the shimmy. Shoulders, shoulders, shoulders. In
front of the mirror, so she can judge herself, face
sharp with focus. It is the world’s most
serious shimmy.
cigarette. She pivots, rips a paper towel from a roll on her nightstand. The
roach halts, teasing coordinates out of the air with its antennae. It senses
her and is rendered paralyzed by options. Madeleine closes her eyes, makes
the sound of a train whistle on a prairie, and squeezes. 9th Street Market
roaches are full and round like tomatoes. This one leaves a mark on the wall
but most of it gets flushed down the toilet.
Madeleine washes her hands. Breathes in and out. Worries she is a bad
person for killing a roach. Instructs herself to stop panicking. It is time to sing.
She changes the record and releases the clothespin from her nose. She
locks eyes with herself in the mirror and waits for the music to start.
Madeleine sings.
My name is Blossom, I was raised in a lion’s den.
O. ne hand is perched on her hip while the other swings back and forth, keeping
time. Tucked into the mirror of her vanity, a picture of her mother singing, one
hand on her hip, the other swinging back and forth, frozen in time. Her mother
was a dancer and singer whose voice could redirect a room.
My nightly occupation
Is stealing other women’s men.
. adeleine’s mother filled a recipe box with instructions on how to do
various things she wouldn’t be around to teach her. HOW TO MAKE A FIST,
CHANGE A FLAT, HOW TO BE EFFICIENT. Whenever you are doing one thing,
ask yourself: what else could I be doing? On one recipe card, she has listed
the rules of singing.
The #1 rule of singing is: KNOW YOURSELF.
Excerpted from 2 A.M. at the Cat’s Pajamas by Marie-Helene Bertino.
Copyright © 2014 by Marie-Helene Bertino. Excerpted by permission
of Crown Publishing, a division of Penguin Random House. All rights
reserved. No part of this excerpt may be reproduced or reprinted
without permission in writing from the publisher.
The Book of Life
Deborah HarknessVIK
The highly anticipated finale to the #1 New
York Times-bestselling trilogy that began
with A Discovery of Witches. After traveling
through time in Shadow of Night, historian
and witch Diana Bishop and vampire scientist
Matthew Clairmont return to the present to
face new crises—and old enemies. 560 pp.
(Fiction - Fantasy)
The Girls of August
Anne Rivers SiddonsGCEB
Every August, four women gather
together to spend a week at the
beach, renting a new house each
year and strengthening their
far-flung friendships. But when
one of the Girls of August dies
tragically, their vacations together
are brought to a halt. Finally
reunited years later, the women
make startling discoveries that
will change them in unexpected
ways. 240 pp. (Fiction - General)
The Girls of August, Large Print Ed.
The Girls of August
Unabridged. 8 CDs.
CD 30.00
China Dolls
Lisa See
The New York Times-bestselling author of
Snow Flower and the Secret Fan, Peony
in Love, and Shanghai Girls presents an
intricate, poignant story of a trio of women
who become a complex constant in one
another’s lives—even as the world serves
up painful transformation. 400 pp. (Fiction Historical)
The City
Dean KoontzBANT
Number-one New York Times-bestselling
author Koontz is at the peak of his acclaimed
powers with his latest novel—a rich,
multilayered story that moves back and forth
across decades and generations as a gifted
musician relates the “terrible and wonderful”
events that began in his city in 1967. 352 pp.
(Fiction - Espionage / Thriller)
Act of War
A Thriller
Brad ThorATR
The next Scot Harvath thriller and the followup to Hidden Order, from #1 New York Timesbestselling author Thor. “Anyone who thinks
that the only thing to fear is fear itself should
meet Brad Thor.”—Newsweek. 384 pp.
(Fiction - Espionage / Thriller)
Close Your Eyes, Hold Hands
Chris Bohjalian
A heartbreaking, wildly inventive, and
moving novel narrated by a teenage
runaway, from the bestselling author of
Midwives and The Sandcastle Girls. Emily,
a homeless teen, protects a young homeless
boy with a ferocity she didn’t know she had.
But she still can’t outrun her past. 288 pp.
(Fiction - General)
Cut and Thrust
A Stone Barrington Novel
Stuart WoodsPUT
Stone Barrington enters the cutthroat fray of
politics in the latest exceptional thriller from
New York Times-bestselling author Woods.
In a milieu of glad-handing and backroom
deals, it will take all of Stone’s discretion and
powers of persuasion to arrange a desirable
outcome. 320 pp. (Fiction - Espionage /
Big Little Lies
Liane MoriartyPUT
The #1 New York Times-bestselling author
of The Husband’s Secret returns with the
story of a school trivia night that ends in a
shocking riot. Moriarty deftly explores the
reality of parenting and playground politics,
ex-husbands and ex-wives, and fractured
families. 416 pp. (Fiction - General)
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Julie GarwoodDUTT
A corrupt congressman, a mother’s secrets,
and a sizzling romance ignite passion and
suspense in the latest novel from #1 New
York Times-bestselling author Garwood. 352
pp. (Fiction - Romance)
One Plus One
Jojo MoyesVIK
One single mom. One chaotic family. One
quirky stranger. And one irresistible love
story from the New York Times-bestselling
author of Me Before You. 384 pp. (Fiction General)
A Perfect Life
Danielle SteelDELA
From #1 New York Times-bestselling author
Steel comes a heartwarming and inspirational
novel about a mother and daughter who
face challenges, cope with celebrity, and
overcome tragedy while maintaining the
outward appearance of having it all. 320 pp.
(Fiction - General)
For All Time
A Nantucket Brides Novel
Jude DeverauxBALL
New York Times-bestselling author Deveraux
returns to the magnificent island in the second
novel in her Nantucket Brides trilogy—this
time featuring the next generation of her
beloved family of Montgomery-Taggerts.
Graydon knows a union with Toby Wyndam
is impossible. But will they be caught under
Nantucket’s seductive spell? 400 pp. (Fiction
- Romance)
A Perfect Life, Large Print Ed.
paper 28.00
Four: A Divergent Collection
Veronica Roth
Fans of the Divergent series by #1 New York
Times-bestselling author Roth will be thrilled
by this companion volume that includes four
pre-Divergent stories, plus three additional
scenes from Divergent, all told from Tobias’
point of view. 304 pp. (Childrens, Young Adut)
Power Play
An FBI Thriller
Catherine CoulterPUT
Number-one New York Times-bestselling
author Coulter returns with the latest fullthrottle adventure in the FBI series featuring
Dillon Savich and Lacey Sherlock. The agents
work to find out who killed the ambassador
to the UK, while a ruthless psychopath hunts
Sherlock. 400 pp. (Fiction - Espionage /
The Heist
Daniel Silva
Gabriel Allon, art restorer and occasional
spy, searches for a stolen masterpiece by
Caravaggio in #1 New York Times-bestselling
author Silva’s latest action-packed tale of
high stakes international intrigue. 464 pp.
(Fiction - Espionage / Thriller)
The Heist, Large Print Ed.
Sight Unseen
Iris JohansenSTMS
and Roy Johansen
A deadly multi-vehicle pile-up on San
Diego’s historic Cabrillo bridge is thought of
as a horrific accident—until Kendra Michaels
arrives on the scene and perceives it as
something much more sinister. But as the
killer casts a deadly web of lies, Kendra’s
life hangs in the balance, as do the lives of
those she holds most dear. 368 pp. (Fiction Espionage / Thriller)
paper 27.99
Midnight in Europe
Alan Furst
Furst, whom Vince Flynn called “the
most talented espionage novelist of our
generation,” now gives readers a taut,
suspenseful, romantic, and richly rendered
novel of spies and secret operatives in Paris
and New York, in Warsaw and Odessa, on
the eve of World War II. 272 pp. (Fiction Espionage / Thriller)
July 2014
Top Secret Twenty-One
A Stephanie Plum Novel
Janet EvanovichBANT
Catch a professional assassin: top priority.
Find a failure-to-appear and collect big bucks:
top score. How bounty hunter Stephanie Plum
will pull it all off: top secret. Evanovich’s New
York Times-bestselling series and beloved
heroine return for another adventure. 320 pp.
(Fiction - Mystery/ Detective)
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The Valley of Amazement
Amy Tan
A deeply evocative narrative about the
profound connections between mothers
and daughters, this work returns readers
to the compelling territory of Tan’s The Joy
Luck Club. With her characteristic insight
and humor, she conjures a story of inherited
trauma, desire and deception, and the power
and stubbornness of love. 608 pp. (Fiction Historical)
paper 16.99
Travels with Casey
Benoit Denizet-Lewis
A moody Labrador and his insecure
human—New York Times Magazine writer
Denizet-Lewis—take a funny, touching crosscountry RV trip into the heart of America’s
relationship with dogs. 320 pp.
Wayfaring Stranger
James Lee Burke
From “America’s best novelist” (The Denver
Post) comes a sprawling thriller drenched
with atmosphere and intrigue that takes a
young boy from a chance encounter with
Bonnie and Clyde to the trenches of World
War II and the oil fields along the TexasLouisiana coast. 448 pp. (Fiction - Espionage
/ Thriller)
A Wolf Called Romeo
Nick Jans
The remarkable true story of a six-year
friendship between a wild, oddly gentle black
wolf and the people and dogs of Juneau,
Alaska. 256 pp.
William Shakespeare’s the Jedi Doth Return
Star Wars® Part the Sixth
Ian DoescherQIRK
Hot on the heels of the New York Timesbestseller William Shakespeare’s Star Wars
and William Shakespeare’s The Empire
Striketh Back comes the next installment.
Readers return to the star-crossed galaxy far,
far away as foes match wits and soliloquize in
elegant and impeccable iambic pentameter.
176 pp. (Humor)
Bricks and Mortals
Ten Great Buildings and the People They
Tom WilkinsonBLMS
A brilliant exploration of architecture through
10 of the world’s great buildings. From the
remains of the Tower of Babel to the Summer
Palace in Beijing to the Ford car plant where
the production line was born, Wilkinson
unpicks these structures to reveal the lives of
the people who built and used them. 352 pp.
Last Chain on Billie
How One Extraordinary Elephant Escaped
the Big Top
Carol BradleySTMS
Bradley’s work charts the growing movement
to rescue performing elephants from lives
of misery, and tells the story of how one
emotionally damaged elephant overcame
her past and learned to trust humans again.
336 pp.
Inflatable Art, Architecture &
Jacobo KrauelLIKI
breathtaking display of projects in
the fascinating realm of inflatable
architecture.The wealth of projects
featured in these pages present
innovative techniques, creative
solutions, which resolve a wide
variety of situations from trade
fair stands to space travel. 400 pp.
paper 39.00
Off the Leash
A Year at the Dog Park
Matthew GilbertTHDU
Gilbert, the TV critic at the Boston Globe,
focuses on the strange, wonderful, neurotic,
and eccentric dog people who gather daily
at Amory Park, overlooking Boston. And
he chronicles his own transformation from
dedicated homebody to joyful member of
the dog park club. 240 pp.
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Crash Course
The Life Lessons My Students Taught Me
Kim BeardenFREP
The inspiring true story of a longtime
teacher’s experiences with her students, and
the life lessons she learned that can help
others find joy and success in their personal
and professional lives. 208 pp.
90 Minutes in Heaven, 10th Anniversary Ed.
A True Story of Death & Life
Don PiperREVL
with Cecil Murphey
This special 10th anniversary edition of the
New YorkTimes bestseller tells the remarkable
true account of Piper’s visit to heaven. Along
with the story of his accident, death, return
to life, and painful recovery, Piper offers
personal reflections on the impact the book
has had on him, his family, and the millions
who have heard his story. 256 pp.
paper 14.99
Elephant Company
The Inspiring Story of an Unlikely Hero and
the Animals Who Helped Him Save Lives in
World War II
Vicki Constantine Croke
J.H. “Billy” Williams always had an affinity
for animals. So, when he responded to a job
offer with the East India Company to work
with logging elephants, not only did he find
his calling with the elephants in India but
Billy and his elephants became war heroes.
Croke delivers an important, little-known
piece of the legacy of World War II. 368 pp.
The Angel in My Pocket
A Story of Love, Loss, and Life After Death
Sukey ForbesVIK
A grieving mother draws on her storied
heritage to find her daughter in the afterlife.
With a mission to help others by sharing
her own story, Forbes chronicles a world
of ghosts that reawakens readers to a lost
American spiritual tradition. 256 pp.
Factory Man
How One Furniture Maker Battled Offshoring,
Stayed Local—and Helped Save an American
Beth Macy
Macy brings to life John Bassett III’s deeply
personal furniture and family story. As she
shows how he used legal maneuvers, factory
efficiencies, and sheer grit, cunning, and will
to save hundreds of jobs, she also discovers
the hidden and shocking truth about industry
and America. 464 pp.
Beating Goliath
My Story of Football and Faith
Art BrilesSTMS
and Don Yaeger
The death of his parents and aunt shaped
renowned football coach Briles into the man
he is today. Now, he instills the same lessons
taught by his father into his young players,
helping them find a reason to excel. Filled with
dramatic football stories and lessons learned,
this work is sure to inspire and entertain. 320 pp.
Fierce Patriot
The Tangled Lives of William Tecumseh
Robert L. O’Connell
William Tecumseh Sherman was more than
just one of America’s greatest generals.
Bestselling author O’Connell presents a
bold, revisionist portrait of how this iconic
and enigmatic Civil War figure exerted
a significant impact on the American
landscape—and the American character. 432
Blue-Eyed Boy
A Memoir
Robert TimbergPGUP
From journalist Timberg comes a memoir
of the struggle to reclaim his life after being
severely burned as a Marine lieutenant in
Vietnam. A gripping, occasionally comic
account of what it took for an ambitious
man to master a new craft amid the pitying
stares and shocked reactions of many he
encountered on a daily basis. 384 pp.
A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to
Or, How I Made Peace with the Paranormal
and Stigmatized Zealots and Cynics in the
Corey TaylorDACP
In his follow-up to the New York Times
bestseller Seven Deadly Sins, the lead singer
of Slipknot and Stone Sour goes undercover
to attend ghost-busting groups that aim to
prove the existence of spirits. 256 pp.
paper 14.99
Book of Ages
The Life and Opinions of Jane Franklin
Jill LeporeVINT
A National Book Award finalist. From one
of today’s most accomplished and widely
admired historians comes a revelatory portrait
of Benjamin Franklin’s youngest sister, Jane,
and a history of history itself. At once a wholly
different account of the founding of the United
States and one of the great untold stories of
American history. 464 pp.
paper 16.95
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cI Said Yes to Everything
A Memoir
Lee GrantBRID
A fascinating memoir by Academy Award®winning actress Grant, detailing her starring
roles in Valley of the Dolls and Shampoo, her
12 years on the Hollywood blacklist, and a
singularly unpredictable life. 480 pp.
Getting Life
An Innocent Man’s 25-Year Journey from
Prison to Peace
Michael Morton
After spending 25 years in prison for a
crime he did not commit, Morton finally got
justice—and a second chance at life. Getting
Life is an extraordinary story of unfathomable
tragedy, grave injustice, and the strength and
courage it takes to find forgiveness. 256 pp.
Lawrence in Arabia
War, Deceit, Imperial Folly and the Making of
the Modern Middle East
Scott AndersonANCH
Finalist for the 2014 National Book Critics
Circle Award in Biography, receiving
widespread praise from the likes of the
New York Times and USA Today, ex-war
correspondent Anderson reexamines the
formation of the modern Middle East during
the Arab Revolt of World War I. 624 pp.
paper 17.95
The Autobiography of Rick James
Rick JamesATR
with David Ritz
The late James, a hitmaker, singer, innovator,
producer, award-winning pioneer in the
fusion of funk groove and rock, collaborated
with go-to music biographer Ritz in this
wildly entertaining and profound expression
of a rock star’s life and soul. 352 pp.
Going Somewhere
A Bicycle Journey Across America
Brian BensonPLUM
Bike enthusiasts, twenty-somethings, and
armchair travelers alike to join Benson in
a whirlwind of new love as he and his love
interest Rachel embark on a bicycle trip from
northern Wisconsin to western Oregon. 288 pp.
paper 16.00
Man on the Run
Paul McCartney in the 1970s
Tom DoyleBALL
An illuminating look at the most tumultuous
decade in the life of a rock icon—the only
McCartney biography in decades based
on firsthand interviews with the ex-Beatle
himself. From the bitter breakup of the band
to the sobering murder of John Lennon,
Doyle’s work casts the “sunny Beatle” in an
entirely new light. 272 pp.
cThe Greatest Comeback
How Richard Nixon Rose from Defeat to
Create the New Majority
Patrick J. BuchananCRNP
A bestselling author and senior advisor to
Richard Nixon tells the definitive story of Nixon’s
resurrection from the political graveyard and
his rise to the presidency. Buchanan gives
a firsthand account of those crucial years in
which Nixon reversed his political fortunes
during a decade marked by civil rights protests
and social revolution. 368 pp.
A Life in Six Masterpieces
Miles J. Unger
Unger explores the life of perhaps the
most famous, most revolutionary artist in
history, told through the stories of six of his
magnificent masterpieces. 416 pp.
I Am Zlatan
My Story on and Off the Field
Zlatan Ibrahimovic
as told to David Lagercrantz
Ruth Urbom, translator
Daring, flashy, innovative, volatile—no
matter what they call him, Ibrahimovic is one
of soccer’s brightest stars. Told as only the
man himself could tell it, featuring stories of
friendships and feuds with the biggest names
in the sport, his memoir is a wrenching,
uproarious, and ultimately redemptive tale
for underdogs everywhere. 400 pp.
paper 16.00
cThe Mockingbird Next Door
Life with Harper Lee
Marja MillsPGUP
The story of Mills’ friendship with Harper
Lee and her sister, Alice, is a testament
to the great intelligence, sharp wit, and
tremendous storytelling power of these two
women. Mills was given a rare opportunity
to know the author, to be part of the Lees’
life in Alabama, and to hear them reflect on
their upbringing and the impact of To Kill a
Mockingbird. 288 pp.
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My Family and Other Hazards
A Memoir
June MelbyHOLT
A funny, heartwarming memoir about saying
goodbye to a childhood home—in this case,
a quirky, one-of-a-kind, family-run miniature
golf course in the woods of Wisconsin. Melby
recreates all the squabbling, confusion, and
ultimately triumph, of one family’s quest to
build something together. 320 pp.
No Man’s War
Irreverent Confessions of an Infantry Wife
Angela RickettsCPOI
With humor, candor, and a brazen attitude,
Ricketts pulls back the curtain on a subculture
many readers know, but few ever will
experience. Counter to the dramatized snap
shot seen on Lifetime’s Army Wives, Ricketts
digs into the personalities and posturing that
officers’ wives must survive daily. 320 pp.
My Salinger Year
Joanna RakoffKNPF
Poignant, keenly observed, and irresistible,
this memoir is about literary New York in
the late 1990s, a pre-digital world on the
cusp of vanishing, where a young woman
finds herself swept into one of the last great
stories and entangled with one of the last
great figures of the century. 272 pp.
The Other Side
A Memoir
Lacy M. JohnsonTINH
The first-person account of a passionate
relationship turned abusive, relays the
events leading to Johnson’s kidnapping,
hard-fought struggle to recover. “Bristles
with life and energy and to read it is to be
transformed.”—Nick Flynn Lacy. 232 pp.
paper 15.95
Neil Armstrong
A Life of Flight
Jay BarbreeTHDU
Foreword by John Glenn
Timed to coincide with the 45th anniversary
of the Apollo 11 launch, this work is full of
previously unseen photos and personal
stories never before revealed, including
what Armstrong really felt when he took that
first step on the moon, what life in NASA
was like, and what he felt the future of space
exploration should be. 384 pp.
Pain Don’t Hurt
Fighting Inside and Outside the Ring
Mark “Fightshark” Miller
with Shelby Jones
The no-holds-barred memoir from the only
professional fighter in history to return to the
ring after open-heart surgery. Mliller offers
an inspiring story of family, determination,
and redemption that pays tribute to the
never-say-die spirit embodied in a man who
refuses to back down, no matter the odds.
224 pp.
Nine Years Under
Coming of Age in an Inner-City Funeral Home
Sheri BookerGTHM
A dazzling and darkly comic memoir about
coming of age in a black funeral home in
Baltimore. While she never got over her terror
of the embalming room, Booker learned to
expect the unexpected and to never, ever
cry. Her work offers readers an unbelievable
glimpse into an industry in the backdrop of
everyone’s lives. 272 pp.
paper 17.00
Pilgrim’s Wilderness
A True Story of Faith and Madness on the
Alaska Frontier
Tom KizziaBDWY
Into the Wild meets Helter Skelter in
this riveting true story of a modern-day
homesteading family in the deepest reaches
of the Alaskan wilderness—and of the
chilling secrets of its maniacal, spellbinding
patriarch. 336 pp.
paper 14.95
cThe Nixon Defense
What He Knew and When He Knew It
John W. DeanVIK
Based on Nixon’s overlooked recordings,
New York Times-bestselling author Dean
connects the dots between what Americans
have come to believe about Watergate and
what actually happened. 416 pp.
Preparing the Ghost
An Essay Concerning the Giant Squid and Its
First Photographer
Matthew Gavin FrankLIVR
Memory, mythology, and obsession collide
in this strikingly original and enigmatic
account of Moses Harvey, the first man to
photograph a giant squid. 192 pp.
July 2014
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Price of Fame
The Honorable Clare Boothe Luce
Sylvia Jukes Morris
The concluding volume of the life of a
brilliant polymath chronicles Luce’s progress
in the early months of World War II, when,
as an eye-catching Congresswoman and
only female member of the House Military
Affairs Committee, she toured both Eastern
and Western Fronts, captivating generals and
GIs. 752 pp.
Overcoming Odds Through Unity, Passion
and Perseverance
Chuck PaganoZNDV
with Bruce A. Tollner
Sidelined provides field-level access to one
of the most fascinating, inspirational coaches
in the National Football League. Chronicling
Coach Pagano’s battle with leukemia while
leading the Indianapolis Colts to two
consecutive winning seasons, this work
reveals the special passion, integrity, and
determination it takes to win against all
odds. 224 pp.
The Removers
A Memoir
Andrew MeredithSCRB
A dark, poignant, and emotionally brave
coming-of-age memoir—the story of a young
man who, by handling the dead, makes
peace with the living. 192 pp.
Thinking in Numbers
On Life, Love, Meaning, and Math
Daniel TammetBBB
Mathematical savant and bestselling author
Tammet shares his unique insights and
delight in the way numbers, fractions, and
equations underpin all our lives, reflected
through anecdotes, everyday examples, and
ruminations on history, literature, and more.
304 pp.
paper 16.00
Romany and Tom
A Memoir
Ben WattBLMS
Watt presents an honest, sometimes painful,
and often funny portrait of his parents’
exceptional lives and marriage, depicted in
a personal journey from his own wide-eyed
London childhood, through years as an adult
with children and a career of his own, to that
inevitable point when children must assume
responsibility their parents. 368 pp.
Tomlinson Hill
The Remarkable Story of Two Families Who
Share the Tomlinson Name—One White, One
Chris TomlinsonTHDU
Foreign correspondent Tomlinson returns to
Texas to discover the truth about his family’s
slave-owning history. His work tells the story
of two families, one black and one white,
who trace their ancestry to the same Central
Texas slave plantation. 448 pp.
Rose Kennedy
The Life and Times of a Political Matriarch
Barbara A. PerryNORT
In her compelling and intimate portrait,
presidential historian Perry captures Rose
Kennedy’s essential contributions to the
dynasty. This
biography is the first to draw on an invaluable
cache of Kennedy’s newly released diaries
and letters to unearth the complexities
behind the impeccable persona she showed
the world. 416 pp.
paper 16.95
Lance Armstrong, the Tour de France, and the
Greatest Sports Conspiracy Ever
Reed AlbergottiGTHM
and Vanessa O’Connell
A New York Times bestselling, award-winning
in-depth look at Lance Armstrong’s doping
scandal, the phenomenal business success
built on the back of fraud, and the greatest
conspiracy in the history of sports. Now with
a new Afterword. 416 pp.
paper 18.00
S Street Rising
Crack, Murder, and Redemption in D.C.
Ruben CastanedaBLMS
During the height of the crack epidemic that
decimated the streets of D.C., Castaneda
covered the crime beat for the Washington
Post. But his apparent success masked a
devastating secret: he was a crack addict
who prowled S Street, a 24/7 open-air crack
market. More than a memoir, his story is a
portrait of a city in crisis. 304 pp.
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The Leadership Playbook
Creating a Coaching Culture to Build Winning
Business Teams
Nathan JamailGTHM
The author of The Sales Leader’s Playbook
shows leaders the skills necessary to be an
effective coach and to build effective teams.
Jamail combines research, interviews, and
inspiring stories with the strategies that
have earned him the respect of the world’s
foremost corporations. 224 pp.
The Alliance
Managing Talent in the Networked Age
Reid Hoffman et al.HABU
Coauthored by the founder of LinkedIn, this
guide introduces a new, realistic loyalty
pact between employer and employee,
encouraging employers to stop thinking of
employees as either family or free agents
and view them instead as “allies.” 224 pp.
Never Be Closing
How to Sell Better Without Screwing Your
Clients, Your Colleagues, or Yourself
Tim HursonPTFL
and Tim Dunne
This guide expands on the principles of
Hurson’s first book, Think Better, to teach
salespeople how to improve their results
using a simple, repeatable framework. This
isn’t a work full of mundane tactics for coldcalling or closing a deal. This is a problemsolving approach that includes provocative
ideas. 288 pp.
Driving Honda
Inside the World’s Most Innovative Car
Jeffrey RothfederPTFL
An award-winning journalist’s inside look
at what makes Honda the most consistently
Rothfeder digs deep into Honda’s culture,
management, and global strategy to find
what makes the company tick and what core
principles every Honda employee shares.
320 pp.
Shift Your Brilliance
Harness the Power of You, Inc.
Simon T. BaileySNWM
Bailey’s work is a call to action—an
opportunity to create accelerated
results professionally, personally,
and financially. The bestselling
author of Release Your Brilliance™
shows readers how to turn every
day into a brilliant breakthrough,
with strategies for sharpening
their focus, clearing their vision,
and harnessing individual and
organizational potential. 165 pp.
paper 14.99
Earn the Right to Win
How Success in Any Field Starts with
Superior Preparation
Tom CoughlinPTFL
with David Fisher
Foreword by Michael Strahan
A top NFL coach offers leadership advice
that applies from the field to the office.
Coughlin shows how his teachings apply
beyond the gridiron, illustrating his points
with previously untold stories about players
using a system of relentless preparation and
resilience. 224 pp.
paper 16.00
Children’s, All Ages
The Singular Menace, Book 1
John SandfordKNPF
and Michele Cook
After an animal-rights action at a
research lab goes wrong, a terrible
secret is exposed, and Shay must
find her brother Odin before the
researchers at Singular Corp can
silence both of them. 416 pp.
Fewer, Bigger, Bolder
From Mindless Expansion to Focused
Sanjay KhoslaPTFL
and Mohanbir Sawhney
Khosla and Sawhney have combined their
business experiences into a seven-step model
for sustained profitable growth in any market,
based on fewer but better bets. Drawing on
case studies that feature dozens of companies,
the authors show how their program applies
to global giants, small startups, and any
organization in between. 272 pp.
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Meat and Potatoes
Simple Recipes That Sizzle and Sear
Rahm FamaPOTR
with Beth Dooley
Jennifer May, photographer
Armed with a cast-iron skillet and the best
ingredients he can find, meat-loving chef
Fama serves up a fresh take on chuck wagon
cuisine for flavorful meals readers can
enjoy no matter where they are. Includes 52
irresistible and simple meals—one for every
week of the year. 240 pp.
paper 22.50
Investing For Dummies®, 7th Ed.
Eric Tyson, MBAFDMM
Infused with new and updated material to
help ramp up a portfolios, this popular and
easy-to-use guide serves as a primer on all
aspects of investment, including developing
and managing a portfolio, investing in stocks,
bonds, mutual funds, and understanding
the critical tax implications of investing
decisions. 456 pp.
paper 22.99
Vibrant Food
Celebrating the Ingredients, Recipes, and
Colors of Each Season
Kimberley HasselbrinkTENS
The vivid colors of fresh produce inspire
this artistic collection of whole foods recipes
from the creator of the acclaimed blog The
Year in Food. Hasselbrink offers a beautiful
celebration of the colors, flavors, and moods
of each season create a delicious picture of
healthy eating. 224 pp.
The Millionaire Master Plan
Your Personalized Path to Financial Success
Roger James HamiltonBNES
Hamilton offers a unique and fresh approach
to how individuals can not only get a sense
of where they stand on the spectrum of
personal wealth but, more importantly, how
they can learn to ascend from their present
state to a higher level. 288 pp.
The 12 Bottle Bar
A Dozen Bottles. Hundreds of Cocktails.
David SolmonsonWORK
and Lesley Jacobs Solmonson
In the midst of a cocktail renaissance where
drink menus are as important as the wine list,
never before has a home bar tending guide
been more timely, with detailed instructions
on making more than 200 delicious, classic,
budget-friendly mixed drinks, using only 12
bottles. 400 pp.
paper 13.95
Loom Band It
Kat RobertsBAR
and Tessa Sillars-Powell
Crafting for kids is back in a big way. With 60
unique rubber band projects, from bracelets
and charms to cell phone sleeves and sandals,
this craft guide shows kids basic techniques
for making super funky accessories from
multicolored rubber bands! 128 pp.
paper 14.99
Matthew Mead’s Frightfully Fun Halloween
Matthew MeadOXMO
From easy DIY decor to stunning sweets
to clever costumes, this monster work is
jam-packed with Mead’s deceptively simple
crafts and creations. The treasure trove
of inspiration offers clear, step-by-step
directions for a haunted home makeover, as
well as super-quick ways to transform storebought cookies and candy, and much more.
256 pp.
paper 15.95
Go Fresh
Shopping, Storing, and Cooking with HeartHealthy Foods
American Heart Association®POTR
A necessary primer on good nutrition, weight
control, and smart grocery shopping as well
as how to live and enjoy a healthy lifestyle
while helping to prevent heart disease, this
guide makes it easy for readers to adopt
healthy eating habits. Includes 250 recipes.
320 pp.
paper 19.99
New American Knits
Classic Sportswear Patterns
Amy ChristoffersINWV
Christoffers provides patterns for garments
that are casual but polished, equally
appropriate whether running errands, at the
office, or socializing with friends. Projects
feature traditional, seamless, and semiseamless construction as well as detailed
finishing. 128 pp.
paper 24.99
Kombucha Revolution
75 Recipes for Homemade Brews, Fixers,
Elixirs, and Mixers
Stephen LeeTENS
with Ken Koopman
This helpful guide from the founder of
Kombucha Wonder Drink demystifies the
process of brewing fermented tea, or
kombucha, at home and offers recipes for
using it in infusions, smoothies, cocktails,
sauces, and more. 160 pp.
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Practical Paracord Projects
Survival Bracelets, Lanyards, Dog Leashes,
and Other Cool Things You Can Make Yourself
Parachute cord, which is now universally
known as paracord, is now employed as
a general purpose utility cord by military
personnel and civilians alike. This creative
work contains ideas and step-by-step
instructions from a number of authors who
show just how easy it is to make virtually
anything from paracord. 224 pp.
A Parent’s Guide to the Common Core, Grade 4
This helpful work is designed to provide parents
with the guidance and resources to support
classroom learning and help their children
succeed. The guide includes an annotated
review of the Common Core standards,
highlighting what a child should master during
fourth grade, and offers important lessons for
parents to complete with their children. 144 pp.
paper 14.99
Speaking of Fourth Grade
What Listening to Kids Tells Us about School
in America
Inda SchaenenNPRS
Tomes have been written about the fourthgrade year by educators, administrators,
philosophers, and pundits. Now, in a
fascinating and groundbreaking work,
Schaenen adds the voices of actual fourthgrade kids to the conversation as they
explore what makes a good teacher, and
what makes a good student. 240 pp.
Maximize Sport and Life Performance with
Four Basic Movements
Carl PaoliVBET
and Anthony Sherbondy
After more than 15 years of training as an
elite gymnast and more than a decade of
coaching, Paoli offers a fresh philosophy on
training by connecting movement styles to
fit one’s specific purpose, while also giving
readers a simple framework for mastering
the basics of any human movement. 304 pp.
Foundations of the Earth
Global Ecological Change and the
Book of Job
H.H. ShugartCOLU
The “Whirlwind Speech” passage
environmentalists and religious
scholars treat as a “green”
creation myth—drives Shugart’s
extraordinary investigation, in which
he uses verses from God’s speech
to Job to explore the planetary
system, animal domestication, sealevel rise, evolution, biodiversity,
weather phenomena, and climate
change. 384 pp.
NET 35.00
Learning to Breathe Fire
The Rise of CrossFit and the Primal Future
of Fitness
The absorbing, definitive account of CrossFit’s
origins, its explosive grassroots growth, and
its emergence as a global phenomenon.
Veteran journalist Herz combines vivid sports
writing with a thoughtful meditation on what
it means to be human. 432 pp.
The Smartest Loser
The Paleo Strategy for Weight Control and
Achieving Optimal Health
David Pendergrass, Ph.D.,VBET
and Christina Lianos
In this quirky guide to a happier, healthier
life, Pendergrass intertwines his personal
journey to weight control with satirical
humor, an easy understanding of food and
what it does to the waist and the brain, and,
of course, an occasional task or experiment
for readers to enjoy. Includes a four-week
health plan, recipes, shopping lists, and
photos. 224 pp.
paper 29.95
July 2014
A Chinaman’s Chance
One Family’s Journey and the Chinese
American Dream
Eric LiuPUBA
Liu pieces together a sense of the ChineseAmerican identity in these auspicious years for
both countries. Provocative, often playful but
always thoughtful, Liu breaks down his vast
subject into bite-sized chunks, along the way
providing insights into universal matters like
identity, nationalism, family, and more. 240 pp.
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The Catch
Taylor StevensCRNP
Vanessa Michael Munroe, the informationist,
chameleon, and hunter who has built her
life on a reputation for getting things done,
returns in this latest novel in the New York
Times-bestselling series by Stevens. When
her boss goes missing along with the rest of
a hijacked ship’s crew, Munroe searches for a
way to save him. 352 pp.
Have a Nice Guilt Trip
Lisa ScottolineSTMS
and Francesca Serritella
A favorite mother-daughter writing duo
is back with this collection of warm and
witty stories that are sure to strike a chord
with every woman. Twenty-something
Francesca navigates New York City, while
Lisa holds down the fort in the suburbs, and
Mother Mary makes frequent and always
entertaining appearances. 288 pp.
Close Call
A Liz Carlyle Novel
Stella RimingtonBLMS
Liz finds herself embroiled in a potentially
explosive situation that twists all the way
back to what she feared most—that arms
are being supplied through the UK, and the
mysterious man behind it all is closer and
more capable of brutal violence than she
ever could have imagined. 352 pp.
Keep Calm and Parent On
A Guilt-Free Approach to Raising Children by
Asking More from Them and Doing Less
Emma JennerATR
Foreword by Debra Messing
Designed for parents of young children
children, this work effectively puts parenting
expert Jenner on a parent’s shoulder, helping
them see their child’s behavior objectively.
Each chapter opens with a checklist, which is
then broken down and explained. Also includes
handy sidebars and instructive quizzes. 288 pp.
cCop Town
Karin SlaughterDELA
Slaughter, author of the New York Timesbestselling Will Trent novels, is widely
acclaimed as “one of the best crime novelists
in America” (The Washington Post). Now
she delivers her first stand-alone novel: an
epic story of a city in the midst of seismic
upheaval and a serial killer targeting cops.
416 pp.
The Bone Orchard
Paul DoironSTMS
From an Edgar Award finalist and the author
of The Poacher’s Son comes a gripping
thriller. As his mentor lies on the brink of
death and a dangerous shooter stalks the
blueberry barrens of central Maine, Mike
Bowditch is forced to confront the choices he
has made and determine, once and for all,
the kind of man he truly is. 320 pp.
Days of Rage
A Pike Logan Thriller
Brad TaylorDUTT
In former delta force operator and New York
Times-bestselling author Taylor’s latest Pike
Logan thriller, the Taskforce must stop its
most devastating threat yet—a weapon of
mass destruction. 384 pp.
Greg RuckaMUHD
The thrilling follow-up to Alpha continues
the Jad Bell series from New York Timesbestselling author Rucka. Still recovering from
traumas both physical and emotional, Jad is
tasked with bringing in the Uzbek, principal
organizer of the terrorist attack that nearly
cost Bell his ex-wife and daughter. 304 pp.
Dear Daughter
Elizabeth LittleVIK
A sensational debut thriller featuring an
unforgettable heroine who just might have
murdered her mother. Now, released from
prison on a technicality, Janie is determined
to chase down the one lead she has about
her mother’s killer. The only problem? Janie
doesn’t know if she’s the one she’s looking
for. 384 pp.
The Butcher
Jennifer HillierGLLY
From the author of the acclaimed suspense
novels Creep and Freak—and whom Jeffery
Deaver has praised as a “top of the line
thriller writer”—comes a high-octane novel
about lethal secrets that refuse to die . . . until
they kill again. 352 pp.
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House Reckoning
A Joe DeMarco Thriller
Mike LawsonATMP
The ninth installment in Lawson’sWashington,
D.C., political thriller series launches readers
back into Joe DeMarco’s past—to the murder
of his father, which was never investigated,
let alone solved. New revelations in the case
send DeMarco on a mission of revenge with
terrible consequences. 320 pp.
Don’t Try to Find Me
Holly BrownMORW
When a 14-year-old runs away, her parents
turn to social media to find her—launching
a public campaign that will expose their
darkest secrets and change their family
forever, in this suspenseful and gripping
debut, ideal for fans of Reconstructing
Amelia and Gone Girl. 384 pp.
The Final Cut
Michael DobbsSOBK
The finale in the trilogy that inspired the
hit Netflix series House of Cards. Francis
Urquhart is about to take his place in the
record books as the longest-serving Prime
Minister this century. But the public is tiring
of him at last, and the movement to force
him from power is growing. 400 pp.
paper 14.99
Inside Man
A Thriller
Jeff AbbottGCEB
When Sam Capra’s best customer—and
friend—is murdered outside his Miami bar,
Sam decides to seek justice. Determined to
find out the connection between his friend’s
death and a beautiful stranger, Sam infiltrates
the Ligeras, one of Miami’s most prominent—
and dangerous—families. 400 pp.
Forty Acres
A Thriller
Dwayne Alexander SmithATR
A novel of rage and compassion, good
and evil, trust and betrayal, Forty Acres is
the thought-provoking story of one man’s
desperate attempt to escape the clutches of a
terrifying new moral order. 384 pp.
The Madmen of Benghazi
Gérard de VilliersVINT
William Rodarmor, translator
A gripping, ripped-from-the-headlines thriller
set in volatile post-Qaddafi Libya. Featuring
an Austrian aristocrat who freelances for the
CIA, this is the first in a series of novels by
de Villiers, the bestselling French author who
has been hailed as France’s answer to Ian
Fleming. 272 pp. Buyer’s Choice
paper 14.95
The Girl in 6E
A.R. TorreRDKZ
The secret desires of men are nothing
compared to what one wealthy and disturbed
recluse hides. Readers enter a world of lies,
thrills, fears, and all desires, in this original
thriller from Torre. 352 pp.
Margaret Truman’s Undiplomatic Murder
A Capital Crimes Novel
Margaret TrumanFRGE
and Donald Bain
At an outdoor cafe in Washington, D.C.,
a young Arabic woman blows herself up,
killing P.I. Robert Brixton’s daughter Janet
and a dozen others. Seeking revenge,
Brixton follows the tracks of the bomber to
a powerful senator’s son—and finds himself
digging deep into what turns out to be a
small but powerful cabal. 384 pp.
cThe Good Girl
Mary KubicaMIRA
With his smooth moves and modest wit,
Colin at first seems like a safe one-night
stand. But following Colin home will turn
out to be the worst mistake of Mia’s life. His
job was to abduct Mia and deliver her to his
employers. But the plan takes an unexpected
turn when Colin suddenly decides to hide
Mia in a secluded cabin in rural Minnesota.
400 pp.
Never Coming Back
Tim WeaverVIK
A bestseller in the UK, this gripping thriller
about a family that vanishes into thin air is
Weaver’s American debut. As David Raker
pursues the case, he discovers evidence of a
sinister cover-up, decades in the making and
with a long trail of bodies behind it. 384 pp.
The Good Suicides
Antonio HillCRNP
Inspector Hector Salgado, the unrelenting
hero of The Summer of Dead Toys, returns
in another riveting crime thriller. Hill deftly
braids two stories together for a richly layered
and darkly chilling novel about secrets, coverups, and devastating lies. 368 pp.
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Night Film
Marisha Pessl
A New York Times bestseller that was named
one of the best books of the year by NPR,
Cosmopolitan, Kirkus Reviews, and BookPage.
Pessl tells the haunting story of a journalist
who becomes obsessed with the mysterious
death of a troubled prodigy—the daughter of
an iconic, reclusive filmmaker. 640 pp.
paper 18.00
Sorrow Bound
A Detective Sergeant McAvoy Novel
David MarkBRID
The author of The Dark Winter and Original
Skin brings Detective Sergeant Aector
McAvoy back for another darkly enthralling
case in the third installment of the
internationally acclaimed and bestselling
series. 352 pp.
Now and in the Hour of Our Death
A Novel of the Irish Trouble
Patrick TaylorFRGE
Picking up six years from where Pray for
Us Sinners left off, Taylor’s work finds Fiona
Kavanagh away from Ireland and in the
sanctuary of Vancouver, Canada. But news of a
breakout at the Maze prison brings back painful
memories—especially when she discovers
that Provisional IRA bombmaker Davy
MacCutcheon is one of the escapees. 384 pp.
The String Diaries
Stephen Lloyd JonesMUHD
A family is hunted by a centuries-old
monster: a man with a relentless obsession
who can take on any identity. Jones’ debut
novel is a sweeping thriller that extends from
the present day, to Oxford in the 1970s, to
Hungary at the turn of the 19th century, all
tracing back to a man from an ancient royal
family with a consuming passion. 432 pp.
To Play the King
House of Cards
Michael DobbsSOBK
The second book in the trilogy that inspired
the hit Netflix series House of Cards. After
scheming his way to power, newly elected
Prime Minister Francis Urquhart takes on the
new King, setting out to destroy not only the
King’s family and friends but even the King
himself. 368 pp.
paper 14.99
Peter Pan Must Die
John VerdonCRNP
In Verdon’s most sensationally twisty novel
yet, ingenious puzzle solver Dave Gurney
brings his analytical brilliance to a shocking
murder that couldn’t have been committed
the way the police say it was. 400 pp.
Jo NesbøVINT
A GoodReads Choice Award Finalist in
Harry Hole returns—
or does he?—in a terrifyingly paced,
vertiginous roller coaster of a thriller by the
internationally bestselling author of The
Snowman and The Redeemer. 576 pp.
paper 14.95
Warburg in Rome
James Carroll
From the author of the New York Timesbestselling novel Constantine’s Sword
comes a work set in post-World War II Rome,
where the fate of recently liberated Jews and
the Church’s dark wartime secrets intertwine.
384 pp.
Private L.A.
James PattersonGCEB
and Mark Sullivan
Jack Morgan investigates the disappearance
of the biggest superstar couple in Hollywood.
When they disappear without a word from
their ranch, facts are hard to find. But as
Morgan keeps probing, secrets sprout thick
and fast—and murder is only the opening
scene. 416 pp.
paper 16.00
What Strange Creatures
Emily Arsenault
Scandal, love, family, and murder combine
in this gripping literary mystery by critically
acclaimed author Arsenault, in which a
young academic’s life is turned upside down
when her brother is arrested for murder and
she must prove his innocence. 368 pp.
paper 14.99
Skin of the Wolf
Sam CabotBRID
Sam Cabot is the pseudonym of Carlos
Dews and S.J. Rozan. In Cabot’s exhilarating
work, a vicious murder in Sotheby’s begins
a series of inexplicable events surrounding
an Iroquois ritual mask—and a secret that
could unleash the most terrifying chaos and
destruction the world has ever seen. 384 pp.
The Wolf
Lorenzo CarcaterraBALL
In this thrilling novel by the #1 New York
Times-bestselling author of Sleepers,
Gangster, and Midnight Angels, organized
crime goes to war with international
terrorism in the name of one man’s quest for
revenge. 320 pp.
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Monster Hunter: Nemesis
Larry CorreiaBAEN
The fifth volume in Correia’s New York
Times-bestselling Monster Hunter series.
Agent Franks of the U.S. Monster Control
Bureau is a man of many parts—parts from
other people, that is. And when the director
of his agency violates their agreement that
no other monsters like him will be created,
Frank unleashes his fury. 432 pp.
Alias Hook
Lisa JensenTHDU
In this beautifully and romantically written adult
fairy tale, a grown woman dreams her way into
Neverland in defiance of the malicious Peter
Pan and his rules. And in Captain Hook, Stella
begins to see someone far more complex than
the storybook villain. 368 pp.
The Outsorcerer’s Apprentice
A Novel of Overlords, Underlings, and
Inhuman Resources
Tom HoltOITT
A happy workforce, it is said, is a productive
workforce. Try telling that to an army of
belligerant goblins. Or the Big Bad Wolf. Or
a dragon slayer. From one of the sharpest
voices in comic fantasy comes a new novel of
a normal work world filled with extraordinary
beings. 400 pp.
paper 14.00
cCast in Flame
The Chronicles of Elantra
Michelle SagaraMIRA
Kaylin returned from the West March in one
piece. But she’s not at home in the Imperial
Palace—and she never intends to be. Yet
there are larger problems: a small family
disagreement has become complicated.
Castle Nightshade’s latent magic is waking.
And it’s not the only thing. 400 pp.
paper 14.95
John GwynneOITT
The second in the epic series The Faithful and
the Fallen, an epic fantasy perfect for fans of
George R.R. Martin, Brandon Sanderson,
and Joe Abercrombie. “Gwynne is definitely
one to watch.”—SFX. 720 pp.
paper 17.00
A Plunder of Souls
D.B. JacksonTOR
Boston, 1769. Ethan Kaille, a Boston thieftaker
who uses his conjuring to catch criminals,
has snared villains and defeated magic that
would have daunted a lesser man. But what
starts out as a mysterious phenomenon
that has local ministers confused becomes
something far more serious. 336 pp.
Half a King
Joe AbercrombieDELR
Prince Yarvi has vowed to regain a throne he
never wanted. Gathering a strange fellowship
of the outcast and the lost, he finds they can
do more to help him become the man he
needs to be than any court of nobles could.
But even with loyal friends at his side, Yarvi
finds his path may end as it began—in twists,
and traps, and tragedy. 352 pp.
cThe Queen of the Tearling
Erika Johansen
Magic, adventure, mystery, and romance
combine in this epic debut in which a young
princess must reclaim her dead mother’s
throne, learn to be a ruler—and defeat the
Red Queen, a powerful and malevolent
sorceress determined to destroy her. 448 pp.
George R.R. MartinBANT
and Gardner Dozois, editors
A thrilling collection of 21 original stories
by an all-star list of contributors—including
a new A Game of Thrones story by Martin.
Includes works by Gillian Flynn, Joe
Abercrombie, Neil Gaiman, Patrick Rothfuss,
Scott Lynch, Cherie Priest, Garth Nix, and
Connie Willis as well as other masters of
literary sleight-of-hand. 832 pp.
Magic Breaks
A Kate Daniels Novel
Ilona AndrewsACE
As the mate of the Beast Lord, Curran,
former mercenary Kate Daniels has more
responsibilities than it seems possible to
juggle. Not only is she still struggling to
keep her investigative business afloat, she
must now deal with the affairs of the pack,
including preparing her people for attack
from Roland, a cruel ancient being with godlike powers.
July 2014
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Shattered: The Iron Druid Chronicles
Kevin HearneDELR
Acclaimed author Hearne presents an epic
urban fantasy series. For nearly 2,000 years,
only one Druid has walked the earth—Atticus
O’Sullivan, the Iron Druid, whose sharp wit
and sharp sword have kept him alive as
he’s been pursued by a pantheon of hostile
deities. Now he’s got company. 352 pp.
The Actress
Amy Sohn
A big, lively breakout novel from bestselling
author Sohn, in which a talented young
actress falls in love with Hollywood’s biggest
star—ignoring the rumors that he’s gay—
only to realize that she may just have been
cast in the role of a lifetime. 320 pp.
The Thinking Woman’s Guide to Real Magic
Emily Croy BarkerPNGN
Barker’s enchanting debut offers an intelligent
escape into a richly imagined world. During
a miserable weekend at a friend’s wedding,
Nora Fischer wanders off and accidentally
enters another realm. But when the elegant
veneer of this dreamland shatters, Nora finds
herself in a fairy tale gone incredibly wrong.
576 pp.
paper 16.00
After I Do
Taylor Jenkins ReidWSQP
From the author of Forever, Interrupted and
hailed by Sarah Jio as “moving, gorgeous,
and at times heart-wrenching,” comes a
breathtaking new novel about modern
marriage, the depth of family ties, and the
year that one remarkable heroine spends
exploring both. 352 pp.
paper 16.00
Tower Lord
A Raven’s Shadow Novel
Anthony RyanACE
In Blood Song, Ryan introduced readers to “a
fascinating world of conflicting religions and
the wars fought in the name of those faiths”
(Library Journal). Now his epic tale continues
as Vaelin Al Sorna discovers that there is no
escape from the call of destiny. 624 pp.
All I Love and Know
Judith Frank
Told with stunning storytelling power and
emotional fidelity, Frank’s novel is a searing
drama of a modern American family on
the brink of dissolution—one that explores
adoption, gay marriage, and love lost and
found. 432 pp.
Traitor’s Blade
Sebastien de CastellJBKV
With swashbuckling action that recalls
Dumas’ The Three Musketeers, de Castell
has created a dynamic new fantasy series in
which a disgraced swordsman struggles to
redeem himself by protecting a young girl
caught in the web of a royal conspiracy.
The All-Girl Filling Station’s Last Reunion
Fannie Flagg
A New York Times bestseller that includes
special features inside. The beloved author
of Fried Green Tomatoes at the Whistle
Stop Cafe, Can’t Wait to Get to Heaven and
I Still Dream About You is at her hilarious
and superb best in this comic mystery
novel about two women who are forced to
reimagine who they are. 368 pp.
paper 15.00
Book One of the Nightbirds
Tracy HickmanTOR
and Laura Hickman
The beginning of a spellbinding trilogy by
the bestselling co-creators of Dragonlance
and Ravenloft. After her memory is lost due
to unknown events, Ellis is claimed by The
Nightbirds, a clique of fashionable young
men and women. But who can she truly
trust? 272 pp.
American Blonde
Jennifer NivenPLUM
In 1945, Velva Jean Hart is a bona fide
war heroine returning to America with a
newfound fame. When a powerful studio
attempts to cover up the mysterious death of
one of her best friends, she must risk it all,
navigating between stardom, romance, and
danger in the search for truth. 416 pp.
paper 16.00
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A Brave Man Seven Storeys Tall
Will Chancellor
notes of both The Art of Fielding and The
Flamethrowers—introduces the striking
figure of Owen Burr, a gifted Olympicsbound athlete whose dreams of greatness
are deferred and then transformed by an
unlikely journey from California to Berlin,
Athens, Iceland, and back again. 384 pp.
The Angel of Losses
Stephanie FeldmanECCO
The Tiger’s Wife meets A History of Love in
this inventive, lushly imagined debut novel
that explores the intersections of family
secrets, Jewish myths, the legacy of war and
history, and the bonds between sisters. 288
Any Man I Want
Michele GrantKENS
With a flair for witty and captivating stories
about life and love that will appeal to fans
of Carl Weber and Terry McMillan, rising star
Grant presents the story of a woman who
can have any man she wants. But what will
happen when she’s forced to grow up and
deal with the one man who refuses to be
toyed with? 288 pp.
paper 15.00
Bridget Jones: Mad about the Boy
Helen FieldingVINT
She’s back, and this time she’s texting and
tweeting. As readers watch Bridget dealing
with heartbreaking loss and rediscovering
love and joy in hilarious ways, she invites
them to fall for her all over again. 496 pp.
paper 15.95
cThe Arsonist
Sue MillerKNPF
From the bestselling author of While I Was
Gone and The Senator’s Wife comes a superb
novel about a family and a community tested
when an arsonist begins setting fire to the
homes of the summer people in a small New
England town. 320 pp.
Edan Lepucki
“In her arresting debut novel, Edan Lepucki
conjures a lush, intricate, deeply disturbing
vision of the future, then masterfully exploits
its dramatic possibilities.”—Jennifer Egan,
author of A Visit from the Goon Squad. 400
The Art of Adapting
Cassandra Dunn
In this warm and winning debut novel,
a recently divorced woman rises to the
challenge and experiences the exhilaration
of independence with the unlikely help of
her brother with Asperger’s, who she takes
in to help pay the rent. A feel-good story that
celebrates the small moments and small
changes that make one big life. 368 pp.
Margaret Bradham ThorntonECCO
A gifted writer makes her fiction debut with
this lyrical and haunting story of missed
chances and enduring love—set against the
backdrop of high society Charleston—which
probes the eternal question: can we ever
truly go home again? 320 pp.
The Childhood of Jesus
J.M. CoetzeePNGN
A major novel from the Nobel Prize-winning
author of Waiting for the Barbarians. Twotime Booker Prize winner Coetzee returns
with a haunting and surprising story about
childhood and destiny that is sure to rank
with his classic novels. 288 pp.
paper 16.00
Arts & Entertainments
Christopher BehaECCO
Beha delivers a cutting send-up of society’s
deliciously witty and ultimately tender
novel about the absurdity of fame and the
complexity of love sure to appeal to fans of
Maria Semple and Jess Walter. 288 pp.
paper 14.99
Claire of the Sea Light
Edwidge DanticatVINT
A New York Times Book Review and
Washington Post Notable Book of the Year.
From the bestselling author of Brother,
I’m Dying and The Dew Breaker comes a
stunning work of fiction that takes readers
deep into the intertwined lives of a small
seaside town where the young daughter of a
fisherman has gone missing. 256 pp.
paper 15.00
The Book of Unknown Americans
Cristina HenríquezKNPF
A dazzling, heartbreaking page-turner
destined for breakout status. Henraíquez
gives voice to millions of Americans as
she tells the story of the love between
a Panamanian boy and a Mexican girl—
teenagers living in an apartment block of
immigrant families like their own. 304 pp.
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cEden in Winter
Richard North PattersonQRCS
Number one New York Times-bestselling
author Patterson, author of more than 20
novels, returns with the dramatic conclusion
to the Blaine trilogy. As the investigation into
his father’s death casts suspicions on those
closest to him, Adam struggles to protect
them from those who still suspect that his
father was murdered by one of his kin. 620
The Confessions of Frances Godwin
Robert HellengaBLMS
Hellenga presents a fictional memoir of a
retired high school Latin teacher looking
back on a life of trying to do her best amidst
transgressions—starting with her affair with
Paul, whom she later marries. Now that Paul
is dead and she’s retired, Frances thinks her
story is over—but of course the rest of her
life is full of surprises. 320 pp.
Crow Blue
Adriana LisboaBLMS
Alison Entrekin, translator
After her mother dies, 13-year-old Vanja
goes in search of her biological father,
gradually discovering the truth about herself.
Rendered in lyrical and passionate prose,
Lisboa’s literary road trip through Brazil and
America takes readers through dark decades
of familial and political history. 240 pp.
paper 16.00
Jean Love CushAMSD
An innocent black teenager is accused
of murder in this provocative and
compassionate thriller that skillfully probes
issues of race, class, crime, and injustice and
offers a searing portrait of modern America.
272 pp.
Paul Harding
Named one of the best novels of the year
by Wall Street Journal, American Library
Association, and Kirkus Reviews, Harding’s
work is a stunning allegorical story about
one man’s enduring love for his daughter.
272 pp.
paper 15.00
The Curiosity
Stephen P. KiernanMORW
Kiernan’s debut novel is a gripping, poignant,
and thoroughly original work that raises
disturbing questions about the very nature
of life and humanity—man as a scientific
subject, as a tabloid plaything, as a living
being, as a curiosity. 320 pp.
paper 14.99
Rebecca RasmussenKNPF
From the celebrated author of The Bird
Sisters comes a gorgeously rendered and
emotionally charged novel that spans
generations, telling the story of two siblings,
raised apart, attempting to share a life. Set
before a backdrop of vanishing forest, this is
a luminous novel of love, regret, and hope.
352 pp. Buyer’s Choice
Dissident Gardens
Jonathan LethemVINT
Lethem delivers an “emotionally complex,
stylistically sophisticated . . . story about
a quarrelsome family entangled with
impossible ideals, it’s touchingly universal”
(The Washington Post). 384 pp.
paper 15.95
Laura Lane McNealVIK
A big-hearted coming-of-age debut set in Civil
Rights-era New Orleans. When Ibby’s father
dies in a tragic accident in the summer of
1964, her mother unceremoniously deposits
Ibby with her eccentric grandmother, Fannie,
and throws in her father’s urn for good
measure. 352 pp.
Emily GouldFSG
Gould offers a heartfelt novel about two
best friends in their early 30s living in New
York, whose relationship changes when one
unexpectedly becomes pregnant. 272 pp.
The Girls from Corona del Mar
Rufi ThorpeKNPF
A fiercely beautiful debut blazing with
emotion, Thorpe’s story focuses on
friendships made in youth and how
these bonds—challenged by loss, illness,
parenthood, and distance—either break or
sustain. 256 pp.
Chuck PalahniukANCH
Madison Spencer, the liveliest and snarkiest
dead girl in the universe, continues the
afterlife adventure begun in Palahniuk’s
bestseller Damned. Satan plans to have
Madison engineer an era of eternal
damnation, meaning the plucky heroine
must face her fears and gather her wits for
the battle of a lifetime. 352 pp.
paper 14.95
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High as the Horses’ Bridles
Scott CheshireHOLT
An urgent, electric debut novel about
inheritance, belief, and a father and son
divided by a dangerous prophecy. In
rhapsodic language steeped in the oral
tradition of American evangelism, Cheshire
brings readers under his spell with a work
that’s remarkable in scale. 320 pp.
God Is an Astronaut
Alyson FosterBLMS
After Liam’s space tourism company
becomes front-page news following a fatal
shuttle explosion, he tries to salvage the
company by allowing it to be the subject of
a new documentary. But his wife Jess soon
becomes a focus of their film, even as—or
perhaps because—she is excluded from her
husband’s darkest secrets. 304 pp.
The Home Place
Carrie La Seur
La Seur makes her remarkable debut with
a mesmerizing, emotionally evocative,
and atmospheric literary novel, in which a
successful lawyer is pulled back into her
troubled family’s life in rural Montana in the
wake of her sister’s death. 304 pp.
The Good Luck Girls of Shipwreck Lane
Kelly HarmsGRIF
This year’s lucky winner of a brand-new
dream home: Janine Brown. The only
problem: there are two Janine Browns.
And they both descend on Christmas Cove,
Maine, to claim the prize they think is theirs.
But in this heartfelt debut, they discover that
more than just a dream home awaits them at
the water’s edge. 304 pp.
paper 14.99
The House on Mermaid Point
Wendy WaxBRKP
In this new novel from the national
bestselling author of Ten Beach Road and
Ocean Beach, three unlikely friends thrown
together by disaster get a do-over on life,
love, and happiness. 416 pp.
paper 15.00
A Good Year for the Roses
Gil McNeilHHTT
Life hasn’t been a bed of roses for Londoner
Molly Taylor lately, so the divorced mother
of three is stunned when her beloved Aunt
Helena dies and leaves her Harrington
Hall, a 300-year-old manor house on the
Devon coast. Warm, witty, and chock-full of
quintessential British charm, McNeil’s novel
is a delightful story of starting over. 384 pp.
paper 14.99
How to Tell Toledo from the Night Sky
Lydia NetzerSTMS
A mind-bending, heart-shattering love story
for dreamers and pragmatists alike, exploring
the conflicts of fate and determinism, and
asking how much of life is under our control
and what is pre-ordained in the stars. 352 pp.
Grand Central
Original Stories of Postwar Love and Reunion
Karen White et al.BRKP
Ten bestselling authors inspired by New York
City’s iconic Grand Central Station terminal
have created their own stories of the lives
that come and go through the terminal. Each
story is set on the same day, just after the end
of World War II, in a time of hope, uncertainty,
change, and renewal. 352 pp.
paper 16.00
The Hundred-Foot Journey
Richard C. MoraisSCRB
Hassan Haji, an unlikely gourmand, recounts
his life’s journey in Morais’ charming novel.
Lively and brimming with the colors, flavors,
and scents of the kitchen, The Hundred-Foot
Journey is a succulent treat about family,
nationality, and the mysteries of good taste.
272 pp.
paper 15.00
The Hundred-Year House
Rebecca MakkaiVIK
A dazzlingly original novel from the
acclaimed author of The Borrower, set on
an historic estate that once housed an arts
colony. Doug, the husband of the estate’s
heir, desperately needs the colony files to get
his stalled academic career back on track. But
what he discovers is more than he bargained
for. 352 pp.
The Great Glass Sea
Josh WeilGROV
From celebrated storyteller Weil comes an
epic swathed in all the magic of Russian
folklore and set against the dystopian
backdrop of an all too real alternate present.
An encounter with their billionaire employer
changes the lives of twin brothers forever
and soon both men find themselves poster
boys for opposing ideologies. 400 pp.
July 2014
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The Irresistible Blueberry Bakeshop & Café
Mary SimsesBBB
This love story for foodies follows Ellen,
a high-powered Manhattan attorney, to
small-town Maine as she attempts to fulfill
her grandmother’s dying wish when an
unexpected encounter extends her stay,
revealing more about herself and her
grandmother’s mysterious past. 368 pp.
paper 15.00
The Lowland
Jhumpa LahiriVINT
Lahiri’s latest work has been named New
York Times Book Review Notable Book, a
Time Magazine Top Fiction Book, and an NPR
Great Read, among other honors. Here, she
presents an engrossing family saga steeped
in history: the story of two very different
brothers bound by tragedy, and a fiercely
brilliant woman haunted by her past. 432 pp.
paper 15.95
Rainbow RowellSTMS
In New York Times-bestselling author
Rowell’s latest work, Georgie McCool knows
her marriage is in trouble—it’s been in
trouble for a long time. One night, Georgie
discovers a way to communicate with Neal
in the past and to fix her marriage before it
starts. But is that what she’s supposed to do?
320 pp.
Lucky Us
Amy Bloom
A brilliantly written, deeply moving, and
fantastically funny novel by the beloved
and critically acclaimed author of Away.
Disappointed by their families, half-sisters
Iris, the hopeful star, and Eva, the sidekick,
journey across 1940’s America in search of
fame and fortune. 256 pp.
The Last Kings of Sark
Rosa Rankin-GeeSTMS
Compelling, sensual, and lyrical, The Last
Kings of Sark is a coming-of-age tale of
complicated love, only children, and missed
opportunities, from an extraordinary new
writer. 288 pp.
The Major’s Daughter
J.P. FrancisPLUM
April, 1944. The quiet rural village of Stark,
New Hampshire, is irrevocably changed by
the arrival of 150 German prisoners of war.
And one family, unexpectedly divided, must
choose between love and country. Inspired
by the little-known existence of a real World
War II POW camp, Francis’ novel is a fresh
take on the timeless theme of forbidden love.
384 pp.
paper 16.00
Last Night at the Blue Angel
Rebecca RotertMORW
A highly ambitious and stylish literary debut
set against the 1960’s Chicago jazz scene
and focusing on a talented but troubled
singer’s heartbreaking relationship with her
precocious 10-year-old daughter. 336 pp.
Marine Park
Mark ChiusanoPNGN
An astute, lively, and heartfelt debut
story collection by an exciting new voice
in contemporary fiction follows Lorris
and his older brother Jamison, as they
emerge, gradually, into the no-man’s-land
of adolescence in one of New York’s lesser
known neighborhoods. 208 pp.
paper 15.00
Last Stories and Other Stories
William T. VollmannVIK
In this magnificent work, Vollman’s first
in nine years, the author of the National
Book Award winner Europe Central offers a
collection of ghost stories linked by themes
of love, death, and the erotic. 704 pp.
Lay It on My Heart
Angela PneumanMRNB
A wry, moving debut novel from a Stegner
fellow and “one of the most gifted young
writers around” (Lorrie Moore), Lay It
on My Heart takes readers through one
unforgettable month in Charmaine Peake’s
13th year, as she and her mother come of
age in Kentucky. 288 pp.
paper 14.95
The Mill River Recluse
Darcie ChanBALL
Chan’s sensational New York Times bestseller
reminds readers that friendship, family, and
love can come from the most unexpected
places. “A comforting book about the random
acts of kindness that hold communities
together.”—Kirkus Reviews. 400 pp.
paper 15.00
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Owen’s Daughter
Jo-Ann MapsonBLMS
It takes Skye eight months to get clean,
but the day she is released from rehab, she
has one plan: to be a good mother. Owen
Garret hasn’t seen his daughter in 10 years.
He, too, needs to make amends. Together
they set off to find Skye’s daughter and to
forge a relationship that transcends the hurt
between them. 352 pp.
cNantucket Sisters
Nancy ThayerBALL
Friendship takes center stage in New
York Times-bestselling author Thayer’s
captivating, emotionally charged novel that
features all the tenderness, wit, drama, and
romance that readers have come to expect
from this insightful, much-loved writer. 352
Panic in a Suitcase
Yelena AkhtiorskayaRVHD
Akhtiorskaya presents the story of an
immigrant family living in Brooklyn’s Little
Odessa, and the obstinate uncle who resists
his family’s and their adopted country’s
promise of a superior life. 320 pp.
Nobody Is Ever Missing
Catherine LaceyFSG
A young woman takes a one-way flight to
New Zealand, abruptly leaving her stable but
unfulfilling life in Manhattan, hurtling herself
into the unknown, testing fate and falling
into a journey through the very real, very
knowable anxiety of the human condition.
256 pp.
paper 14.00
Pastor Needs a Boo
Michele Andrea BowenGRIF
Who will stand by Pastor Flowers’ side when
ruthless a consortium of corrupted clergy,
along with his ex-wife, begin digging up dirt
in an attempt to sabotage his candidacy for
bishop? 384 pp.
paper 15.99
O, Africa!
Andrew Lewis ConnHGTH
A rollicking and ambitious novel that
recalls Michael Chabon’s The Amazing
Adventures of Kavalier and Clay and E.L.
Doctorow’s Ragtime. Conn’s work follows
two filmmakers on an unlikely journey, while
exploring the complexities of race, class,
sexuality, and success in early 20th-century
America. 384 pp.
The People Vs Cashmere 2
Karen WilliamsUBAB
Cashmere’s past continues to haunt her. Black
McCoy might be in prison, but that doesn’t
stop his quest to destroy Cashmere’s life for
putting him in there. And as she also struggles
to save her marriage, Cashmere realizes that
her daughter is being pushed into the same
life her mother escaped. 288 pp.
paper 14.95
The Oleander Sisters
Elaine HusseyMIRA
In 1969, with Hurricane Camille stirring
up havoc, two sisters begin a remarkable
journey on which they’ll discover that in the
wake of destruction lies new life, unshakable
strength, and the chance to begin again. An
emotionally riveting tale of the bonds of
family and the power of hope. 400 pp.
paper 14.95
Problems with People
David GutersonKNPF
The bestselling author of Snow Falling on
Cedars returns to his Pacific Northwest
settings—and moves beyond them—in 10
sharply observed, funny, and wise stories
that explore the mysteries of love, and
unravel our complex desires to connect with
others. 176 pp.
One Evening in Paris
Nicolas BarreauGRIF
Studded with allusions to famous films,
the most tender of love stories between
the owner of a quaint Paris theater and a
mysteriously enchanting woman is just
getting under way when a famous American
director chooses the theater as the setting for
his latest movie. 288 pp.
paper 14.99
July 2014
M.D. WatersDUTT
The stunning conclusion to the buzzed-about
debut series that began with Archetype. A
woman’s dual pasts lock onto a collision
course. Emma returns to face what she’s done
but finds that the past isn’t the problem. It’s the
present—and the future it represents. 368 pp.
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The Sleepwalker’s Guide to Dancing
Mira Jacob
Jacob presents a winning, irreverent debut
novel about a family wrestling with its future
and its past. With depth, heart, and agility,
she takes readers on a deftly plotted journey
that ranges from 1970’s India to suburban
1980’s New Mexico to Seattle during the dotcom boom. 512 pp.
Rich Kids of Instagram
The Creator of Rich Kids of InstagramGLLY
with Maya Sloan
Based on the wildly popular blog Rich Kids of
Instagram, this novel looks into the intersecting
lives of the world’s most extravagant,
unapologetically uber-rich teenagers, from
a poultry-empire heiress to a media mogul’s
driven daughter and an old-money rifle heir;
to a nouveau riche outsider. 352 pp.
paper 16.00
Leila MeachamGCEB
A prequel to the New York Times bestseller
Roses. When Silas Toliver is deprived of his
inheritance he joins his best friend Jeremy
Warwick on a wagon train expedition from
antebellum South Carolina, to the “black
waxy” promise of a new territory called
Texas. 640 pp.
paper 16.00
Road Dawgz
This 10th anniversary edition of the hit novel
from #1 Essence®-bestselling author K’Wan
explores the life of K-Dawg, the self-proclaimed
lord of the streets. Going from an innocent
child to a heartless, conniving menace, K-Dawg
decides that the world owes him something—
and he intends to take it. 288 pp.
paper 9.95
The Spark and the Drive
Wayne HarrisonSTMS
After a tragedy strikes, 17-year-old Justin
tries to prop up his suffering mentor, but
he soon finds himself drawn toward the
man’s grieving, captivating wife. Torn apart
by feelings of betrayal, Justin must choose
between the man he admires more than his
own father and the woman he loves. 288 pp.
Road Ends
Mary LawsonDDDL
From “a talented writer whose lyrical,
evocative writing invites comparisons to Rick
Bass and Richard Ford” (Publishers Weekly,
starred review) comes a deftly woven
novel that examines the layered makeup
of a family: the affections and resentments,
obligations and sacrifices. 352 pp.
The Stager
Susan CollFSG
A comedy of rabbits and real estate in the
D.C. suburbs from the author of Acceptance
and Beach Week. Questions of friendship,
loyalty, fidelity, sobriety, and sanity are
raised to hilarious effect in this dark comedy
of how people live in the age of planned
communities, cookie-cutter mansions, and
cutthroat careerism. 288 pp.
Season to Taste
Natalie Young
A startling novel about a woman who
murders her husband and . . . eats him. When
she finds unexpected kinship with an isolated
misfit, Lizzie will be tested: Will she confess or
will her new friend be an unwitting accessory
to her crime? Funny and disturbing, Young’s
novel details the end of a marriage—and the
strange aftermath. 272 pp.
cSummer House with Swimming Pool
Herman KochHGTH
The blistering, compulsively readable latest
novel from the author of the instant New
York Times bestseller The Dinner. When a
medical procedure goes horribly wrong and
famous actor Ralph Meier winds up dead, Dr.
Marc Schlosser needs to come up with some
answers. 304 pp.
The Secret Diary of Lizzie Bennet
Bernie SuTOUS
and Kate Rorick
A modern adaptation of Jane Austen’s Pride
and Prejudice, based on the Emmy® Awardwinning Web series phenomenon The Lizzie
Bennet Diaries. This work provides more
character introspection as only a book can,
with revelatory details about the Bennet
household. 400 pp.
paper 15.00
Tangled Lives
Hilary BoydQRCS
From the bestselling author of Thursdays in
the Park comes a tense, emotional drama
about what happens to a family when a
secret is kept hidden, and a stranger is
suddenly introduced into the dynamic.
paper 15.99
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cThe Fortune Hunter
Daisy GoodwinSTMS
When Empress Elizabeth of Austria, known
as “Sisi,” joins the legendary hunt organized
by Earl Spencer in England, Captain Bay
Middleton is asked to guide her on the
treacherous course. Their shared passion for
riding leads to an infatuation that threatens
the growing bond between Bay and a clever
heiress—and all of their futures. 480 pp.
Tantric Coconuts
Gregory D. KincaidCRNP
From the bestselling author of A Dog Named
Christmas! comes the story of a quirky
spiritual journey across the wild highways
and byways of America. 304 pp.
Tomorrow and Tomorrow
Thomas SweterlitschPUT
In the near-future around the 10th anniversary
of a devastating, apocalyptic attack on
Pittsburgh, one survivor—an archivist
working in a perfect, immersive digital
reproduction of the city—stumbles upon a
dark and violent cover-up that unravels what
is left of the life he knew. 352 pp.
Land of Love and Drowning
Tiphanie YaniqueRVHD
Following the Bradshaw family through 60
years of fathers and daughters, mothers
and sons, love affairs, curses, magical gifts,
loyalties, births, deaths, and triumphs, Land
of Love and Drowning is a gorgeous, vibrant
debut by an exciting, prize-winning young
writer. 368 pp.
An Unexpected Love Novel
Trice HickmanKENS
In the latest installment in bestselling author
Hickman’s Unexpected Love series, a woman
realizes that love can come at a price. 304 pp.
paper 9.95
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The War That Came Early
Harry TurtledoveDELR
The final installment in New York Timesbestselling author Turtledove’s landmark
World War II series. As the war grinds on in
this epic drama, men and women are shaped
by the carnage, and their individual acts in
turn shape history. 416 pp.
A Wedding in Provence
Ellen SussmanBALL
The nationally bestselling author of French
Lessons delivers a feast for the senses in a
moving novel of love, forgiveness, and trust,
set among the beaches and vineyards of
southern France. 288 pp.
Jo BakerVINT
A New York Times Book Review Notable
Book, a Seattle Times Best Title, and a Kirkus
Best Book of the Year. The servants take
center stage in Baker’s irresistibly imagined
belowstairs answer to Pride and Prejudice.
352 pp.
paper 15.95
What’s Done in the Dark
ReShonda Tate BillingsleyGLLY
The national bestselling author gets to the
heart of loss, love, and betrayal in her latest
novel. After one perfect storm of a night,
Felise wakes up to find the man in bed with
her—who’s not her husband—dead of a heart
attack. Will she come clean and confess to
the affair? 320 pp.
paper 15.00
Outlander, Starz Tie-In Ed.
Diana GabaldonBANT
Soon to be a Starz Original Series, Gabaldon’s
spellbinding Outlander series begins with
this stunning novel of passion and history
that combines exhilarating adventure with a
love story for the ages. 656 pp.
paper 18.00
The Boleyn Reckoning
Laura AndersenBALL
Perfect for fans of Philippa Gregory and
Alison Weir, The Boleyn Reckoning heralds
the triumphant conclusion of Andersen’s
enthralling trilogy about the Tudor king
who never was: the son of Henry VIII and
Anne Boleyn—Henry IX—who, along with
his sisters and those he holds most dear,
approaches a dangerous crossroads. 416 pp.
paper 15.00
July 2014
The Paris Architect
Charles BelfoureSOBK
In this gripping story, a gifted architect
reluctantly begins a secret life devising
ingenious hiding places for Jews in Nazioccupied Paris. But when one of his clever
hiding spaces fails horribly and the immense
suffering of Jews becomes incredibly personal,
he can no longer deny reality. 384 pp.
paper 14.99
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cThe Quick
Lauren Owen
Owen’s thrilling debut introduces an utterly
beguiling world in London, 1893. On the
cusp of achieving a happiness long denied
to him, James Norbury vanishes without a
trace. Trying to find and rescue her brother,
Charlotte uncovers a secret world at the
city’s margins populated by unforgettable
characters. 544 pp.
cWars of the Roses: Stormbird
Conn IgguldenPUT
The first book in #1 New York Times–
bestselling author Iggulden’s brilliant new
historical series about two families who
plunged England into a devastating, decadeslong civil war. As storm clouds gather over
England, King Henry and his supporters find
themselves besieged. Who or what can save
the kingdom before it is too late? 496 pp.
Sentinels of Fire
P.T. DeutermannSTMS
Deutermann’s World War II navy series that
began with the award-winning Pacific Glory
and Ghosts of Bungo Suido. His latest
installment tells the tale of a lone destroyer,
the U.S.S. Malloy, part of the Allied invasion
forces attacking the island of Okinawa and
the Japanese home islands. 288 pp.
The House of Small Shadows
Adam NevillSTMS
Catherine can’t believe her luck when she’s
assigned to cataloguing the late M.H. Mason’s
wildly eccentric cache of antique dolls and
puppets—until his niece exposes her to
the dark message behind her uncle’s “art.”
Catherine tries to concentrate on the job, but
Mason’s damaged visions begin to raise dark
shadows from her own past. 352 pp.
Sisters of Treason
Elizabeth Fremantle
From the author of Queen’s Gambit comes
a gripping historical novel about two sisters
who tread as dangerously close to the
crown as their tragic sister, Lady Jane Grey,
executed after just nine days on the throne.
416 pp.
Sand and Fire
Tom YoungPUT
A remarkable military thriller from one of
the most widely acclaimed new suspense
writers in years. “Fans of Clancy and Coonts
need to add Young to their must-read list.”—
Booklist. 336 pp.
Take Me Home
Dorothy GarlockGCEB
As World War II rages on, a new era of
hope takes root . . . and one young woman
faces a difficult choice for the chance at a
love of a lifetime. “There is nothing better
than Dorothy Garlock at her best.”—Sandra
Brown, New York Times-bestselling author.
368 pp.
The Accidental Apprentice
Vikas SwarupSTMS
Swarup, the acclaimed author of Slumdog
Millionaire and Six Suspects, has written
a compelling, suspenseful tale about the
lure of money and the power of dreams.
An ordinary salesgirl in Delhi will get the
opportunity of a lifetime—but only if she can
pass seven tests from the “textbook of life.”
448 pp.
The Visitors
Sally Beauman
Built around Lord Carnarvon and Howard
Carter’s discovery of Tutankhamun’s tomb in
the Valley of the Kings, this evocative novel
from New York Times-bestselling author
Beauman blends fact and fiction to recreate
a lost world that’s still fiercely enthralling and
relevant today. 544 pp.
After the Exhibition
A Jack Haldean Mystery
Dolores Gordon-SmithSVEH
Jack Haldean expected Lythewell and Askern’s
exhibition of church art in Lyon House,
London, to be a sedate affair—the last firm
to be associated with mystery, violence, and
sudden death. Or so it seemed . . . 240 pp.
The Walk Home
Rachel SeiffertPANT
From the acclaimed author of the Bookernominated The Dark Room comes a novel
of divided loyalties within a Protestant Irish
family, the bitterness that wrenches it apart,
and the hard-won understanding necessary
for its healing. 304 pp.
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The Bone Seeker
An Edie Kiglatuk Mystery
M.J. McGrathVIK
The intrepid Edie Kiglatuk, a summer school
teacher in the Canadian arctic, discovers one
of her female students dead in a toxic lake in
her third arctic mystery. With stunning prose,
McGrath delivers another thrill ride through
a hauntingly beautiful landscape. 400 pp.
Atonement of Blood
A Mystery of Ancient Ireland
Peter TremayneSTMS
In 670 AD, Fidelma, Eadulf, and bodyguard
Gorman are tasked with discovering who
is behind an assassination attempt. They
must journey into the territory of their archenemies, and danger and violence become
their constant companions until the final
devastating revelation. 352 pp.
Book Clubbed
A Booktown Mystery
Lorna BarrettBRKP
New York Times-bestselling author Barrett
is back in town—Booktown, that is—with
another page-turning mystery. This time
bookstore owner Tricia Miles and her sister,
Angelica, put their own problems on the
shelf to catch a killer who turns a bookcase
into a murder weapon. 320 pp.
Back Channel
Stephen L. CarterKNPF
From the bestselling author of The Emperor
of Ocean Park and The Impeachment of
Abraham Lincoln comes a new novel of
terrific suspense and surprise—a brilliant
amalgam of fact and fiction about a young
black woman on whom the outcome of the
Cuban Missile Crisis depends. 464 pp.
The Book of Souls
A Detective Inspector McLean Novel
James OswaldMRNB
In the second electrifying mystery in
Oswald’s series, McLean must revisit the
most disturbing case of his life and discover
what he missed before the killer strikes again
. . . 448 pp.
paper 13.95
Beach Bags and Burglaries
A Haley Randolph Mystery
Dorothy HowellKENS
Chic and irresistible, Howell’s witty cozy
mystery series continues with part-time
sleuth and full-time fashionista Haley
Randolph, whose crazed obsession with
designer handbags invariably leads to
murder. 304 pp.
Candle Flame
A Brother Athelstan Medieval Mystery
Paul DohertyCDLC
February, 1381. When seething unrest boils
over into a bloody massacre at a splendid
Southwark tavern, The Candle Flame, the
furious Regent orders Brother Athelstan to
get to the bottom of the matter. Once again,
Athelstan must enter the murky world of
murder, where no one is who or what they
seem. 256 pp.
The Black Hour
Lori Rader-DaySVHS
For Chicago sociology professor Amelia
Emmet, violence was a research topic—until
a student she’d never met shot her. He also
shot himself. Now he’s dead and she’s back
on campus, trying to keep up with her class
schedule, a growing problem with painkillers,
and a question she can’t let go: Why? 330 pp.
paper 15.95
The Case of the Black Pearl
A Patrick de Courvoisier Mystery
Lin AndersonSVEH
When Camille Ager asks enigmatic
Englishman Patrick de Courvoisier to find her
sister, Angele Valette, star of the new movie
The Black Pearl, Patrick’s laidback lifestyle is
dealt a terminal blow. And as he questions all
those involved with the movie, he discovers
that this is a case where nothing is as it
seems. 192 pp.
Blade of the Samurai
A Shinobi Mystery
Susan SpannSTMS
Spann’s complex mystery transports readers
into 16th-century Japan for a thrilling and
unforgettable adventure. After the Shogun’s
cousin is stabbed to death, he demands
the murder solved before his rival warlord
arrives. And if the murderer can’t be brought
to justice, master ninja Hiro and Father
Mateo may have to die in his place. 304 pp.
July 2014
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The Cat Sitter’s Nine Lives
A Dixie Hemingway Mystery
Blaize and John ClementSTMS
Dixie Hemingway is back in this ninth
installment of Blaize Clement’s beloved cozy
mystery series, now written by her son John
using Blaize’s extensive notes and outlines
for future books. After a terrible car crash and
the disappearance of a bookstore owner and
his cat, Dixie finds herself locked in a riddle
of deception, revenge, murder, and mystery.
304 pp.
cThe Dead Will Tell
A Kate Burkholder Novel
Linda CastilloSTMS
Though everyone in Painters Mill knows
the abandoned Hochstetler farm is haunted,
only a handful of the residents remember
the terrible secrets lost in the muted/hushed
whispers of time. But Chief of Police Kate
Burkholder knows all too well that the past
never truly dies. 320 pp.
The Death of Pie
A Pennsylvania-Dutch Mystery with Recipes
Tamar MyersSVEH
When a bestselling novelist falls face-down
dead into Magdalena Yoder’s prize-winning
apple pie during the village of Hernia’s 110th
Annual Festival of Pies, there is no shortage
of suspects in the subsequent murder
investigation. 208 pp.
A Catered Fourth of July
A Mystery with Recipes
Isis CrawfordKENS
The reenactment of the Battle of Meadow
Creek is over, but the blood on notorious
town playboy Jack Devlin looks very real. Is it
possible that Jack has had his last tryst? When
town councilman and resident loudmouth
Rick Evans names Bernie’s beau Marvin as the
killer, Bernie and Libby know they’ve got to
get cooking on the case. 320 pp.
The Purity of Vengeance
A Department Q Novel
Jussi Adler-OlsenPLUM
In the fourth book in his Department Q
series, New York Times-bestselling author
and Denmark’s #1 crime writer AdlerOlsen returns with Detective Carl Morck
as he inches closer to connecting a twisted
surgeon to a rash unsolved disappearances
in the 1980s. 512 pp.
paper 16.00
cHow the Light Gets In
A Chief Inspector Gamache Novel
Louise PennyMNTR
Christmas is approaching, but shadows are
falling on the usually festive season for Chief
Inspector Armand Gamache. After receiving
a message that a longtime friend has
disappeared, he is drawn ever deeper into
they mystery of the village of Three Pines.
416 pp.
paper 15.99
Don’t Talk to Strangers
Amanda Kyle WilliamsBANT
The sheriff of Whisper, Georgia, needs the
help of private investigator Keye Street
to track down an experienced predator—
one who abducts girls and holds them for
months before ending their lives. When a
third girl goes missing, Keye races against
time to stop a killer. 336 pp.
The Competition
A Rachel Knight Novel
Marcia ClarkMUHD
In Clark’s most electrifying thriller yet, Los
Angeles DA Rachel Knight investigates
a diabolical high school massacre. Two
students are identified as the killers, and both
are believed to have committed a mutual
suicide. But in the aftermath of the shooting,
Rachel Knight and Detective Bailey Keller
realize that the pieces don’t add up. 416 pp.
Done to Death
Charles AtkinsSVEH
Ada Strauss is delighted to be asked to host
a new TV show about antiques, produced by
Lenore Parks Productions. But after Lenore
is murdered, Ada and her partner Lilian are
sucked into the affairs of Leonore’s children—
and there are twisted secrets at the heart of
the Parks family that will prove dangerous
for all involved. 224 pp.
Crime Always Pays
Declan BurkeSVEH
A European road-trip screwball noir, Crime
Always Pays features cops and robbers,
losers and hopers, villains, saints, and a
homicidal Siberian wolf called Anna. The
Greek islands will never be the same again.
256 pp.
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Grave Doubts
A Detective Chief Inspector Andrew Fenwick
Elizabeth CorleySTMS
Fenwick must stop a serial killer in this
thrilling and unputdownable mystery filled
with chilling clues, deadly twists, and taut
psychological suspense. An electrifying,
pulse-pounding novel from the author of
Requiem Mass. 544 pp.
Dry Bones in the Valley
Tom BoumanNORT
When an elderly recluse discovers a corpse
on his land, Officer Henry Farrell follows
the investigation to strange places in the
countryside—and into the depths of his own
frayed soul. 288 pp.
Everyone Lies
A.D. GarrettSTMS
DI Kate Simms has spent five years clawing
her way back from a demotion. In Manchester,
drug addicts are turning up dead and Simms’
superior is only too pleased to hand the
problem to her. Then a celebrity dies and the
media becomes interested. But the evidence
doesn’t add up, and Simms must turn to a
reclusive professor for help. 432 pp.
A Grave Matter
A Lady Darby Mystery
Anna Lee HuberBRKP
Scotland, 1830. Following the death of
her friend, Lady Kiera Darby returns to her
childhood home, hoping her brother and the
merriment of the Hogmanay Ball will distract
her. But when a caretaker is murdered and
a grave is disturbed at nearby Dryburgh
Abbey, Kiera is once more thrust into the
cold grasp of death. 432 pp.
paper 16.00
Fatal Fortune
A Psychic Eye Mystery
Victoria LaurieNAL
In New York Times-bestselling author Laurie’s
latest Psychic Eye Mystery, Abby Cooper
is trusting her intuition and heading to Sin
City to bet on a friend’s innocence. But when
police show her surveillance video of her
best friend and business partner shooting
a man in cold blood, she can’t believe her
eyes. 304 pp.
The Pale House
A Gregor Reinhardt Novel
Luke McCallinBRKP
Gregor Reinhardt is reassigned to the
“Feldjaegerkorps”––a new branch of the
military police with far-reaching powers,
where he soon finds that when it comes to
death and betrayal, some people have long
memories. 384 pp.
paper 16.00
The Forsaken
A Quinn Colson Novel
Ace AtkinsPUT
An extraordinary novel in New York Timesbestselling author Atkins’ acclaimed series
about the real Deep South. County sheriff
Quinn Colson finds himself accused of
terrible crimes— and the worst part is, the
accusations just might stick. “A joy ride into
the heart of darkness.”—The Washington
Post. 352 pp.
Help for the Haunted
John Searles
Searles presents an unforgettable story of
a most unusual family, their deep secrets,
their harrowing tragedy, and ultimately,
a daughter’s discovery of a dark and
unexpected mystery. 304 pp.
paper 14.99
Herbie’s Game
A Junior Bender Mystery
Timothy HallinanSOHO
When people associated with a chain of
crooks begin to pop up dead, the only person
“executive crook” Wattles can turn to to solve
his problem is Junior, professional burglar
and begrudging private eye for criminals.
But Junior already knows exactly who took
Wattles’ list—Junior’s burglar mentor and
second father, Herbie Mott. 400 pp.
The Good, the Bad, and the Emus
A Meg Langslow Mystery
Donna AndrewsSTMS
Life will never be the same for Meg
Langslow after family secrets are revealed,
introducing a whole new layer of intrigue
in Andrews’ beloved series. Only Meg and
her grandmother’s cousin—who seems to
share a lot of telling traits with Meg—can
find a killer and clear the air in this beveragespittingly funny installment. 320 pp.
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The Lazarus Curse
A Dr. Thomas Silkstone Mystery
Tessa HarrisKENS
In the fourth gripping mystery in Harris’
series, famed 18th-century anatomist and
pioneering sleuth Dr. Thomas Silkstone is
plunged into a swirling cauldron of sorcery,
slavery, and cold-blooded murder. 352 pp.
paper 15.00
An Andy Carpenter Novel
David RosenfeltSTMS
Carpenter isn’t sure what to think after he
gets a mysterious phone call from a good
friend, policeman Pete Stanton, asking him
to drop everything, drive to an unfamiliar
address, and bring his girlfriend, Laurie
Collins. He certainly isn’t expecting to show
up at a crime scene, or be asked to take in a
dead ex-con’s son and basset hound. 320 pp.
Margery Allingham’s Albert Campion in Mr.
Campion’s Farewell
Mike RipleySVEH
When Albert Campion contemplates visiting
his wayward niece in Carfax, Superintendent
Charles Luke warns him that the seemingly
idyllic village isn’t all it seems. And when a
missing schoolteacher reappears after nine
days, and Campion’s car is inadvertently
damaged, all signs point to this being true.
288 pp.
I Love You More
Jennifer Murphy
Murphy tells the story of one man, three
wives, and the perfect murder. A scintillating
novel of betrayal and conspiracy. 304 pp.
Ice Shear
M.P. Cooley
In Cooley’s thrilling debut, widowed FBI
agent June Lyons returns to her hometown
in the rust belt of upstate New York to take
a job with the local police department. But
after she discovers a body in the frozen river,
June finds that still waters run deep in this
small town. 320 pp.
A Matter of Breeding
J. Sydney JonesSVEH
Lawyer and private enquiries agent Karl
Werthen accepts an assignment to protect
the famous Irish writer Bram Stoker while
on a speaking tour of Vienna in 1901. But the
assignment gets complicated when, having
read wild newspaper accounts of vampire
killings, the Dracula author insists they
investigate. 224 pp.
Scott TurowGCEB
“The dedicated fiction-reader’s version
of El Dorado: a driving, unputdownable
courtroom drama/murder mystery that is
also a literary treasure . . . sparkles with
clarity and resonates with honest character
insight.”––Stephen King. 416 pp.
paper 16.00
The Minor Adjustment Beauty Salon
More from The No. 1 Ladies Detective Agency
Alexander McCall SmithANCH
The bestselling series continues, as
Botswana’s premier lady detective Precious
Ramotswe investigates the misfortunes of the
just-opened Minor Adjustment Beauty Salon.
The salon’s proprietor fears that someone is
trying to put her out of business—but who?
272 pp.
paper 14.95
Her Last Breath
Linda CastilloMNTR
From the New York Times-bestselling author
of Sworn to Silence comes a chilling tale of
a tragic accident, an extraordinarily beautiful
Amish woman, a dangerous femme fatale,
and the darker side of a seemingly perfect
Amish world. 336 pp.
paper 15.99
cLast to Know
Elizabeth AdlerSTMS
Detective Harry Jordan is walking around
Evening Lake when the night is rocked by an
explosion: the Havnel house is engulfed in a
conflagration and young Bea Havnel is seen
fleeing, hair on fire, plunging into the lake. She
survives but her mother does not, and Harry
is pulled into the investigation, which soon
becomes a desperate search for a killer. 336 pp.
Murder in Retribution
A New Scotland Yard Mystery
Anne CleelandKENS
In the second book in Cleeland’s engaging
series, two of Scotland Yard’s most gifted
detectives navigate the darkest corners of
London to solve a murder that will blur every
line between right and wrong. 304 pp.
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A Lambert & Hook Mystery
JM GregsonSVEH
Twin Lakes is a tranquil complex of holiday
homes in a particularly beautiful part of
England, but when a brutal death shatters
the peace, Lambert and Hook investigate the
crime. It then becomes clear that many of the
residents lead far from ordinary lives and
have secrets they will do anything to keep
concealed. 224 pp.
cThe Night Searchers
Marcia MullerGCEB
When new clients Jay and Camilla Givens
come to Sharon McCone with Camilla’s
stories of devil worshippers performing
human sacrifices in San Francisco, the
detective is skeptical. But as she digs deeper
into the Night Searchers, and Jay’s past,
Sharon decides to join their ranks in order
to find out more—while someone else is
searching for her. 304 pp.
cNine Lives to Die
A Mrs. Murphy Mystery
Rita Mae BrownBANT
and Sneaky Pie Brown
Brown and her feline co-author Sneaky Pie
Brown return with the latest mystery starring
Mary Minor “Harry” Haristeen, intrepid kitty
sleuths Mrs. Murphy and Pewter, and Tee
Tucker, the ever-faithful crime-solving corgi.
This time around, Harry and her animal
friends track a killer whose trail has gone
cold. 272 pp.
An Aftershock Novel
Andrew VachssPANT
From the author of the bestselling Burke
novels comes the sequel to Aftershock.
Dell, an ex-mercenary, and Dolly, a former
battlefield nurse, lead readers deep into the
ugly underbelly of a seemingly idyllic Pacific
Northwest coastal town, where peace comes
with a steep price. 272 pp.
A Possibility of Violence
D.A. Mishani
The second in Mishani’s acclaimed literary
crime series—the sequel toThe Missing
File, which shortlisted for the Crime Writer’s
Association International Dagger Award—
featuring Detective Avraham. 304 pp.
Bill JamesSVEH
George Lepage, the new Director of the
Hulliborn Regional Museum and Gallery, has
great hopes that his tenure in the post will be
short and profitable. But mysteries, rumors,
and secrets threaten to erupt into a scandal
that may cost the museum—and Lepage
himself—everything. 208 pp.
The Prime Minister’s Secret Agent
A Maggie Hope Mystery
Susan Elia MacNealBANT
While World War II rages across Europe,
intrepid spy and code breaker Maggie Hope
finds peace on the pastoral coast of western
Scotland until she is drawn into another web
of danger and intrigue involving a series of
deadly poisonings, placing the entire British
population at risk. 320 pp.
paper 15.00
A Nameless Detective Novel
Bill PronziniFRGE
Cody Hatcher is the kind of teenager no one
wants their kids hanging with. That’s why the
citizens of Mineral Springs have no problem
at all believing that he’s guilty of three rapes.
His mother, who was once Nameless’ lover,
is also being harassed by the townspeople.
It’s against such odds that Nameless must
work to prove Cody innocent. 256 pp.
cRemains of Innocence
A Brady Novel of Suspense
J.A. Jance
Sheriff Joanna Brady must solve two perplexing
cases that may be tied together in New York
Times-bestselling author Jance’s thrilling tale
of suspense that brings to life Arizona’s Cochise
County and the desert Southwest in all its
beauty and mystery. 352 pp.
Verdict of the Court
A Sixteenth-Century Mystery
Cora HarrisonSVEH
Christmas 1519. In the midst of celebrations,
the Brehon of Thomond is found dead and
it is Mara’s difficult task to investigate the
murder. Then suddenly the castle is attacked.
How will Mara’s husband answer the call for
surrender? 224 pp.
Remains of Innocence, Large Print Ed.
paper 26.99
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cBorn of Fury
Sherrilyn KenyonSTMS
Counted among the fiercest warriors ever,
Hauk is one of the five founders of the
Sentella: an organization that has declared
war on the League. Sumi is one of the best
assassins the League has ever trained. So
when she’s assigned to take Hauk down, she
believes it’ll be an easy mission. But nothing
is ever as simple as it seems. 496 pp.
The White Magic Five and Dime
A Tarot Mystery
Steve HockensmithMDIK
with Lisa Falco
A murdered mother leaves a shop full of
secrets in this latest mystery from New
York Times-bestselling author Hockensmith.
Reluctantly traveling to Berdache to claim
her new property, Alanis decides to stay and
pick up her estranged mother’s tarot reading
business in an attempt to find out who killed
her. 336 pp.
paper 14.99
Breathe Into Me
Sara FawkesGRIF
Fawkes had fans clamoring for more with
her New York Times-bestselling e-serial
erotic romance, Anything He Wants. Now,
she’s giving readers exactly what they want
with her New Adult debut and first full-length
novel, a sexy, deeply emotional romance that
brings her signature heat to a highly popular
new genre. 288 pp.
paper 14.99
Life Drawing
Robin Black
Augusta and Owen are living a quiet country
life of companionship and artistic creation—
she a painter, he a writer—until Alison, a
beautiful British woman, moves in to the
previously unoccupied cottage next door.
As Gus and Owen’s life becomes intertwined
with Alison’s, past betrayals and new desires
come to a head. 256 pp.
This Is the Water
Yannick Murphy
From the award-winning author of The Call
comes a fast-paced story of murder, adultery,
parenthood, and romance, involving a girls’
swim team, their morally flawed parents,
and a killer who swims in their midst. 352 pp.
paper 14.99
cThe Care and Management of Lies
A Novel of the Great War
Jacqueline Winspear
The New York Times-bestselling author of
the Maisie Dobbs series turns her prodigious
talents to this World War I standalone novel,
a lyrical drama of love struggling to survive
in a damaged, fractured world. 336 pp.
Deadly Deceptions
Linda Lael MillerHQPB
In the second installment of the Mojo
Sheepshanks series, New York Timesbestselling author Miller finds Mojo wishing
for a simpler life as she becomes tangled up
with a sexy cop boyfriend who can’t let go of
his past, a sister being blackmailed for hers, a
ghost, and a deadly secret. 384 pp.
paper 14.95
Against the Wild
The Brodies
Kat MartinZEB
In the newest work in her red-hot series,
New York Times-bestselling author Martin
combines the best of strong alpha males,
gripping romantic tension, and pulsepounding suspense. She takes readers to
Alaska, where the men are as bold and
untamed as the wilderness. 368 pp.
paper 7.99
Beautiful Oblivion
Jamie McGuireATR
In the fashion of Beautiful Disaster and
Walking Disaster, the first installment of
the Maddox Brothers books brings fiercely
independent Cami together with a Maddox
boy in the midst of recovering from crushing
guilt and a world turned upside down after a
tragic accident. 416 pp.
paper 16.00
I Want It That Way
Ann AguirreHQPB
Nadia has big dreams, and she’s determined
to make them come true. But between
maintaining her scholarship and working
at the local day care to support herself, she
barely has time to think, let alone date. Then
she moves into a new apartment and meets
the taciturn yet irresistible guy in 1B . . . 400 pp.
paper 14.95
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Since You’ve Been Gone
Anouska KnightHQPB
In one tragic moment, Holly Jefferson’s life
changed forever. Now widowed, only the 27year old bakery owner really understands
how hard it is to get back on her feet, until
she meets Ciaran Argyll, a seemingly
privileged playboy wrestling with ghosts of
his own. 384 pp.
paper 14.95
Diana PalmerHQPB
Working with his friend Cash on a complex
murder investigation provides Lakota Sioux
Carson with another kind of fun—shocking
Cash’s sweet-but-traditional secretary Carlie
with tales of his latest conquests. But after
Carlie lands in deep trouble, she learns that
Carson is more just a tough guy. 384 pp.
Straddling the Line
A Play-by-Play Novel
Jaci BurtonBRKP
The latest from New York Times- and USA
Today-bestselling author Burton. After
football and baseball player Trevor finds out
his college mentor’s daughter is in trouble,
he drops everything to come to her aid. But
as they grow closer, Haven stumbles onto
Trevor’s closely guarded secret, one he’s
hidden his entire life. 336 pp.
paper 15.00
The Lemon Grove
Helen Walsh
A highly charged, sultry, beautifully written
and compulsive one-sit read, Walsh’s work
is an intense novel about obsession and
sex—an ideal summer book. Jenn and
Greg are enjoying the last week of their
annual summer holiday, until Greg’s teenage
daughter arrives with her new boyfriend in
tow, and Jenn finds herself drawn to him.
224 pp.
Swan Point
A Sweet Magnolia Novel
Sherryl WoodsMIRA
With a penchant for distinct southern
settings, New York Times bestselling author
Woods draws readers back into a world of
strong friendships and heartfelt emotions
as a divorcée learns a rolling stone might
be just what it takes to build the rock-solid
foundation of a family. 400 pp.
paper 14.95
Night Owl
M. PierceGRIF
The first novel in a provocative erotic trilogy
from bestselling e-book author Pierce
follows two strangers, Matt and Hannah,
on their journey from a safe, anonymous,
and innocent online writing partnership
into a love that’s passionate, poignant,
unforgettable, and unstoppable. 256 pp.
paper 14.99
Swan Point
The Sweet Spot
Stephanie EvanovichMORW
A sizzling story from the author of the New
York Times bestseller Big Girl Panties.
When pro baseball player Chase first meets
Amanda at her restaurant, it’s love at first
sight for him. But Amanda doesn’t need
a superstar to sweep her off her feet. Will
Chase strike out? 352 pp.
Silent Confessions
Julie KennerHQPB
Bookstore owner Veronica is eager to oblige
when sexy detective Jack shows up at her
shop, seeking help on a stalking case. Verses
from Victorian erotica are being left for the
victims, and Jack needs to interpret the
clues. But the closer they get to each other,
the closer the stalker circles in. 384 pp.
paper 14.95
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Hurricane Fever
Tobias BuckellTOR
A pulse-pounding technothriller by the
New York Times-bestselling author of Arctic
Rising. Roo enjoys the simple calm of his
new life—until an unexpected package from
a murdered fellow spy shows up. Suddenly
Roo is thrown into the center of the biggest
storm of all. 272 pp.
Texas True
The Tylers of Texas
Janet DaileyKENS
The latest in New York Times-bestselling
author Dailey’s hot series about three
unforgettable ranching brothers. For Natalie,
Beau is the one who got away—the cowboy
who claimed her heart before going on a tour
of duty, planning to never return. But Beau
is back, and Natalie finds herself defenseless
against his powerful pull. 272 pp.
The Little Green Book of Chairman Rhama
Brian HerbertTOR
A revolution has taken over the U.S.
government and the environment has been
saved. But this new world comes with a
great cost—a dictatorship grips the nation.
And the cracks in the system are beginning
to show as new weapons are developed and
strange reports of mutants filter through the
government’s censorship. 416 pp.
All Those Vanished Engines
Paul ParkTOR
Park returns to science fiction after a decade
spent on the impressive four-volume A
Princess of Roumania fantasy, with an
extraordinary, intense, compressed novel
in three parts, each set in its own alternatehistory universe. 272 pp.
New Frontiers
A Collection of Tales about the Past, the
Present, and the Future
Ben BovaTOR
Thirteen startling visions of yesterday, today,
and tomorrow from the six-time winner of
the Hugo Award. Each of these tales stands at
the border of a new frontier and must venture
out into unexplored territory—thanks to the
limitless imagination of Bova. 336 pp.
The Causal Angel
Hannu RajaniemiTOR
In his third novel, Rajaniemi completes
the tale of the many lives, and minds, of
gentleman rogue Jean de Flambeu, weaving
intricate, warm capers through dazzling
science, extraordinary visions of a wild
future, and deep conjectures on the nature of
reality and story. 320 pp.
The Rhesus Chart
A Laundry Files Novel
Charles StrossACE
As a junior manager within the Laundry—the
organization responsible for protecting Britain
against supernatural threats—Bob is expected
to show some initiative to help the agency
battle the forces of darkness. But shining a
light on things best left in the shadows is the
last thing Bob wants to do. 368 pp.
Doctor Who: The Shakespeare Notebooks
Justin RichardsCOLN
Since his first adventure in 1963, the
Doctor has enjoyed many encounters
with Shakespeare. This collection uses
lost and compiled by the Bard, in which
he divulges the influential role the Doctor
played in his creative life. 192 pp.
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Daniel H. Wilson
The stunningly creative, epic sequel to
Wilson’s blockbuster thriller and New York
Times bestseller Robopocalypse. The novel
explores the fates of characters new and old,
robotic and human, as they fight to build a
new world in the wake of a devastating war.
384 pp.
The Year’s Best Science Fiction: Thirty-First
Annual Collection
Gardner Dozois, editorGRIF
Selections from award-winning authors and
masters of science fiction—including Robert
Reed, Alastair Reynolds, Damien Broderick,
Elizabeth Bear, Paul McAuley and John
Barnes—make up this must-read anthology
for the science fiction genre. 704 pp.
paper 22.99
Berlitz® Malay Phrase Book & Dictionary, 6th
Berlitz PublishingBERL
This edition of a trusted phrase book
features a fresh, crisp design with vivid color
photography, eye-catching color-coding, and
user-generated content. A handy bilingual
dictionary contains more than 3,000 useful
words, and the new content includes
essential phrases. 224 pp.
paper 8.99
The Science of Discworld
Terry Pratchett et al.ANCH
Not just another science book and not just
another Discworld novella, this work is a
creative, mind-bending mash-up of fiction
and fact that offers a wizard’s-eye view of the
world that will forever change how readers
look at the universe. 432 pp.
paper 15.95
Berlitz Malay Phrase Book & CD, 6th Ed.
paper 14.99
The Crossword Century
100 Years of Witty Wordplay, Ingenious
Puzzles, and Linguistic Mischief
Alan ConnorGTHM
A journalist and word aficionado salutes the
100-year history and pleasures of crossword
puzzles. Connor covers every twist and
turn in crossword puzzle history and
profiles the colorful characters who make
up the interesting and bizarre subculture
of crossword constructors and competitive
solvers. 208 pp.
Nick HarkawayKNPF
From the award-winning author of
Angelmaker and The Gone-Away World
comes a novel at once deeply heartfelt
and headlong thrilling about parenthood,
friendship, and secret identities, and about
heroes of both the super and the everyday
kind. 368 pp.
Alice in the Country of Clover: Knight’s
Knowledge, Vol. 1
Sai Asai, illustrator
The Ace of Hearts is Wonderland’s resident
bad boy and master swordsman. He may
be dashing and handsome, but his love
represents a danger the likes of which Alice
has never seen. Can the cruel yet charming
knight win Alice’s heart? 192 pp.
paper 13.99
World of Trouble
The Last Policeman Book III
Ben H. WintersQIRK
The explosive finale to the Edgar Awardwinning Last Policeman series. With
doomsday looming and his sister missing,
there’s more than one earth-shattering
revelation on the horizon, and it’s up to
Detective Hank Palace to solve the puzzle
before time runs out for everyone. 320 pp.
paper 14.95
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Amazing X-Men, Vol. 1: The Quest for
Marvel ComicsMARV
A new era for the X-Men starts here! Ever
since Nightcrawler’s death, the X-Men have
been without their heart and soul. But after
learning that their friend may not be gone
after all, it’s up to Wolverine, Storm, Beast,
Iceman, Northstar, and Firestar to find and
bring back the fan-favorite fuzzy blue elf. 136
paper 17.99
Demon Love Spell, Vol. 6
Mayu ShinjoVIZ
Miko is a shrine maiden who has never had
much success at seeing or banishing spirits.
Then she meets Kagura, a sexy demon
who feeds off women’s feelings of passion.
Kagura’s appetite has left many girls at school
brokenhearted, so Miko casts a spell to seal
his powers. Surprisingly the spell works—sort
of—but now Kagura is after her! 200 pp.
paper 9.99
Avengers World, Vol. 1
text by Marvel ComicsMARV
Upon returning from the stars the Avengers
are met with a test like never before when
in one cataclysmic day the fight for Earth’s
future begins. The first in a second phase
of new Marvel Now launches, pairing
fan’s favorite creators with their favorite
characters. 120 pp.
paper 16.99
Fairy Tail 40
Hiro MashimaKDHA
Starting with Vol. 30, the story jumps ahead
seven years, opening up new ground in
this long-running, bestselling series by the
author of Rave Master.
paper 10.99
The Graveyard Book, Vol. 1
Neil Gaiman
adapted by P. Craig Russell et al.
The first volume of a glorious two-part, fullcolor graphic novel adaptation of Gaiman’s
#1 New York Times-bestselling and Newbery
Medal-winning novel The Graveyard Book,
adapted by Russell and illustrated by an
extraordinary team of renowned artists. 192
Black Butler, Vol. 17
created by Yana TobosoYENR
At the Midnight Tea Party, the man who
holds all authority at Weston College reveals
himself to his guests. Will his appearance
shed light on the fate of the students who
have gone missing, or will the mysteries
continue to pile up within these hallowed
school grounds? 176 pp.
paper 13.00
Guardians of the Galaxy
Joe Caramagna et al.MARV
When Michael Korvac escapes his alien
abductors, he flees home to Earth and
seeks the Avengers’ protection. For Earth’s
mightiest heroes, defending Korvac will
mean battling the Guardians of the Galaxy—
but why? The Korvac confusion continues as
Spider-Man gets involved, teaming up with
the Guardians to take on Korvac. 96 pp.
paper 9.99
Damian: Son of Batman, Deluxe Ed.
Andy KubertDCOM
and Grant Morrison
Damian Wayne, the son of Batman, has
adopted the cape and cowl as his own—but
what horrific events set this troubled hero on
the path of his dark destiny? 176 pp.
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Naruto, Vol. 66
Masashi KishimotoVIZ
Naruto is a young shinobi with a knack for
mischief and a wild sense of humor, but he’s
completely serious about his mission to be
the world’s greatest ninja! As the ninja war
approaches its climax, Naruto will have to
team up with his dad in order to save the
ninja world. But what dark tricks does Obito
have up his sleeve? 192 pp.
paper 9.99
Haganai: I Don’t Have Many Friends
Now with 50% More Fail!
Chirow KazahanaSVAS
Shirabii, illustrator
Based on the New York Times bestselling
franchise of the same name, with two,
13-episode anime seasons in Japan, and
now with a live-action movie in production,
this collection of short stories focuses on
each quirky, socially awkward cast member.
192 pp.
paper 12.99
The Infernal Devices: Clockwork Princess
Cassandra ClareYENR
Hyekyung Baek, illustrator
The third installment of Clare’s #1 New York
Times-bestselling series is adapted into the
manga medium for the first time as Tessa’s
upcoming marriage hangs in the balance
when she is captured by Mortmain and it is
up to Will to save her. 288 pp.
paper 13.00
The New 52: Batman® Detective Comics,
Vol. 4: The Wrath
John LaymanDCOM
Jason Fabok, illustrator
The Caped Crusader is challenged by the
mystery of the 900 in a special tale celebrating
the 900th published issue of Detective
Comics! Plus, Batman faces two new foes:
Emperor Penguin and the deadly vigilante
known as the Wrath, a dark counterpart to
the Dark Knight. 264 pp.
Injustice: Gods Among Us, Vol. 2
Tom TaylorDCOM
Jheremy Raapack et al., illustrators
From the makers of Mortal Kombat comes
the critically acclaimed prequel comic to the
smash hit fighting game. Against all odds,
Lex Luthor has not only risen from the ashes
of Metropolis but now embraces Superman’s
goals. Collects Injustice: Gods Among Us #712 and Injustice: Gods Among Us Annual #1.
224 pp.
The New 52!: Nightwing™, Vol. 4: Second
Kyle Higgins et al.DCOM
After the Joker’s attack on the Bat-family,
Nightwing finds himself in a new setting with
an unlikely ally, The Prankster. Together they
are being hunted by the mysterious Mask
Killer while Dick tries to find the man who
killed his parents, Tony Zullo. This volume
collects Nightwing #19-24. 144 pp.
paper 14.99
Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy Prelude
text by Marvel ComicsMARV
Readers can prepare for Marvel Studios’
newest big-screen blockbuster with these allnew Guardians of the Galaxy stories taking
place just before the film. Who is Nebula?
What tragic events forged her unbreakable
allegiance to her dark lord? And how does
Korath the Pursuer fit in? 168 pp.
paper 14.99
PandoraHearts, Vol. 21
created by Jun MochizukiYENR
“I want you to be happy.” With these parting
words, one man sacrifices himself to save Oz
and his companions, who have been chased
into a corner. That sentiment succeeds in
awakening Oz’s heart, long held captive in
the depths of his own soul. But when Oz
learns of the heavy price of his revival, can
his resolve withstand it? 208 pp.
paper 13.00
July 2014
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Phantom Thief Jeanne, Vol. 3
Arina TanemuraVIZ
High-school student Maron Kusakabe has
a secret: she’s Phantom Thief Jeanne, a girl
who sneaks into private art collections to
steal paintings in which demons reside. So
far she’s been able to evade the police, but
now another phantom thief has come onto
the scene and he’s trying to take the paintings
before she does! 264 pp.
paper 10.99
Simpsons™ Comics Colossal Compendium,
Vol. 2
Matt GroeningCOLN
The latest volume in the Simpsons Comics
Colossal Compendium is bursting with
classic comic stories featuring everyone’s
favorite family and includes a collectible,
one-of-a-kind, pullout paper craft of one of
Springfield’s favorite landmarks. 176 pp.
paper 17.99
Pokémon™ Adventures, Vol. 23
Hidenori KusakaVIZ
Mato, illustrator
characters jump out of the screen into the
pages of this action-packed manga! Reads
right to left (Japanese Style). 240 pp.
paper 9.99
Soul Eater Not!, Vol. 3
created by Atsushi OhkuboYENR
The attack on Eternal Feather is a cruel
reminder that there is very real danger out
there for DWMA and now Tsugumi is more
determined than ever to develop her skills
and defend her friends in the future, as the
road ahead is sure to be filled with challenges
and silliness. 176 pp.
paper 13.00
A Graphic Novel
Bryan Lee O’MalleyBALL
The highly anticipated new standalone fullcolor graphic novel from the author and
artist of the bestselling Scott Pilgrim graphic
novel series. “O’Malley plays the angst of
youth against the fabric of a larger epic. In
doing so, he enriches both. A great ride!”—
Guillermo del Toro. 336 pp.
Soul Eater, Vol. 21
created by Atsushi OhkuboYENR
Crona’s crimes have become too terrible to
ignore, and the troubled youth is added to
Shinigami’s list. Hoping to reach her friend
first, Maka extends her soul perception
ability to engulf the entire planet. But the
sweep delivers even more than she had
bargained for—the location of the Kishin’s
hideout! 192 pp.
paper 13.00
The Shadow Hero
Gene Luen YangFSEC
and Sonny Liew
In the comics boom of the 1940s, The Green
Turtle was a masked crusader with a secret:
he was the first Asian-American super hero.
The acclaimed author of American Born
Chinese revives The Green Turtle in an allnew origin story. 176 pp.
paper 17.99
The Superior Spider-Man, Vol. 6
Marvel ComicsMARV
The so-called Superior Spider-Man has
failed. Under his watch, the Green Goblin
took control of New York’s underworld. This
is all Otto Octavius’ fault—and now it’s his
responsibility to take the Goblin down. Win
or lose, this will be Otto’s greatest battle.
Collects The Superior Spider-Man #27-31,
Annual 2. 136 pp.
paper 17.99
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Jet Set
The People, the Planes, the Glamour, and the
Romance in Aviation’s Glory Years
William StadiemBALL
Bestselling author and Vanity Fair contributor
Stadiem brings the Jet Age dream to life again
in the first-ever book about the glamorous
decade when Americans took to the skies in
massive numbers as never before, with the
rich and famous elbowing their way to the
front of the line. 384 pp.
Yu-Gi-Oh! Zexal, Vol. 5
Shin YoshidaVIZ
Naohito Miyoshi, illustrator
Kaito’s past comes into play as Yuma tries to
find out why this expert Duelist is seeking the
Numbers cards, when a duel between Kaito
and Yuma’s old rival Shark may lead them all
to a surprising alliance as The Numbers War
begins to heat up. 200 pp.
paper 9.99
Liberty’s Torch
The Great Adventure to Build the Statue of
Elizabeth MitchellATMP
The Statue of Liberty has become one of the
most recognizable monuments in the world.
But the story of the creation of the statue
has been obscured by myth. Here, Mitchell
tells the story of an artist, entrepreneur, and
inventor who fought against all odds to create
this wonder of the modern world. 384 pp.
The Fantastic Laboratory of Dr. Weigl
How Two Brave Scientists Battled Typhus
and Sabotaged the Nazis
Arthur AllenNORT
Drawing on extensive research and interviews
with survivors, Allen tells the harrowing story of
two brave scientists—a Christian and a Jew—
who put their expertise to the best possible use,
at the highest personal danger. 400 pp.
Inside the Museums
Toronto’s Heritage Sites and Their Most
Prized Objects
John GoddardDUND
Toronto’s early history is told by the stories
contained within small heritage museums
and their prized objects. With a knack for
exploring little-known wonders, Goddard
showcases historic homes and other
buildings, illustrating how they each played a
role in building a historic community. 210 pp.
paper 19.99
Lies My Teacher Told Me about Christopher
What Your History Books Got Wrong
James W. LoewenNPRS
Some myths don’t die, and Loewen argues
that lies are still being told about Christopher
Columbus, particularly that he “discovered”
the Americas. Here, Loewen seeks to disprove
the myths about Columbus still enshrined in
American textbooks with quotations from
primary source material that sets the record
straight. 48 pp.
paper 17.95
The Invention of Murder
How the Victorians Revelled in Death and
Detection and Created Modern Crime
Judith FlandersGRIF
In this exploration of murder in the 19th
century, Flanders dissects some of the most
gripping cases that fascinated the Victorians
and gave rise to the first detective fiction.
Her work is both a fascinating tale of crime
and punishment, and history at its most
readable. 576 pp.
paper 15.99
July 2014
The Nile
A Journey Downriver Through Egypt’s Past
and Present
Toby WilkinsonKNPF
A hypnotic journey in the company of one
of the world’s most acclaimed Egyptologists
over the fabled river, telling how the Nile
continually brought life to an ancient
civilization now dead and how it sustained
its successors, now in tumult. 320 pp.
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One Summer
America 1927
Bill BrysonANCH
The summer of 1927 began with Charles
Lindbergh crossing the Atlantic. Meanwhile,
Babe Ruth was closing in on the home run
record, while Al Capone was tightening his
grip on bootlegging. All this and much more
transpired in the year that the 20th century
truly became the American century. 544 pp.
paper 16.95
Tudors Versus Stewarts
The Fatal Inheritance of Mary, Queen of
Linda PorterSTMS
The war between the fertile Stewarts and
the barren Tudors was crucial to the history
of the British Isles in the 16th century. Porter
sheds new light on Henry VIII, his daughter
Elizabeth I, and his great-niece, Mary Queen
of Scots, still seductive more than 400 years
after her death. 544 pp.
Ready for a Brand New Beat
How “Dancing in the Street” Became the
Anthem for a Changing America
Mark KurlanskyRVRH
Told by a writer who is legendary for finding
the big story in unlikely places, this work
chronicles the extraordinary summer of 1964
and showcases the momentous role that a
simple song about dancing played in history.
336 pp.
paper 16.00
The Victorian City
Everyday Life in Dickens’ London
Judith FlandersTHDU
From the moment Charles Dickens arrived
in London in 1822, he obsessively walked its
streets, recording its pleasures, curiosities,
and cruelties. Here, an expert Victorianera historian explores the world portrayed
so vividly in Dickens’ novels, bringing the
streets of London to vivid, fascinating life.
544 pp.
Secret Lives of the Tsars
Michael Farquhar
One of the world’s most engaging royal
historians chronicles the world’s most
fascinating imperial dynasty: the Romanovs,
whose 300-year reign was remarkable for
its shocking violence, spectacular excess,
and unimaginable venality. In this incredibly
entertaining history, Farquhar collects the
best, most captivating true tales of Romanov
iniquity. 368 pp.
paper 16.00
The Zhivago Affair
The Kremlin, the CIA, and the Battle Over a
Forbidden Book
Peter FinnPANT
and Petra Couvee
The dramatic, never-before-told story of how
Doctor Zhivago—a forbidden book in the
Soviet Union—became a secret CIA weapon
in the ideological battle between East and
West. 368 pp.
cA Spy Among Friends
Kim Philby and the Great Betrayal
Ben MacintyreCRNP
Afterword by John Le Carré
ambitious work to date offers a powerful
new angle on the 20th century’s greatest spy
story. He tells the story of Philby, a brilliant
and charming man who rose to head Britain’s
counterintelligence against the Soviet Union
during the height of the Cold War—while he
was secretly working for the enemy. 384 pp.
D-Day Encyclopedia, Anniversary Ed.
Everything You Want to Know about the
Normandy Invasion
Barrett TillmanREGN
This unique encyclopedia is an indispensable
resource for history buffs and anyone looking
to learn more about D-Day, the invasion
of Normandy. Organized alphabetically,
the entries give detailed descriptions of
weapons, equipment, divisions, air and naval
units, geography, terminology, personalities,
and much more. 288 pp.
paper 18.99
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War of the Whales
A True Story
Joshua Horwitz
Two men face off against an all-powerful
navy—and the fate of the ocean’s most majestic
creatures hangs in the balance. “A gripping,
brilliantly told tale of the secret and deadly
struggle between American national security
and the kings of the oceans.”—Bob Woodward,
author of The Price of Politics. 448 pp.
Tiny Homes on the Move
Wheels and Water
Lloyd KahnSHEL
Chronicling 21st-century nomads, this
fascinating book explores modern travelers
who live in vans, trucks, buses, trailers, and
boats that combine the comforts of home
with the convenience of being able to pick
up and go at any time. With more than 1,000
color photos. 224 pp.
paper 28.95
The War That Ended Peace
The Road to 1914
Margaret MacMillan
Named one of the best books of the year
by The New York Times Book Review, The
Economist, The Christian Science Monitor,
and others. From the bestselling and
award-winning author of Paris 1919 comes
a masterpiece of narrative nonfiction, a
fascinating portrait of Europe from 1900 up
to the outbreak of World War I. 784 pp.
paper 15.00
Dear Luke, We Need to Talk, Darth
And Other Pop Culture Correspondences
John MoeTHVP
Inspired by Moe’s wildly popular, longrunning McSweeney’s column, Pop Song
Correspondences, fictitious e-mails, letters,
memos, and diary entries hilariously
deconstruct the most iconic pop culture
moments of our lifetimes. 288 pp.
paper 15.00
When the United States Spoke French
Five Refugees Who Shaped a Nation
François FurstenbergPGUP
In 1789, as the French Revolution shook
Europe to the core, the new United States
was struggling for survival in the face of
financial insolvency and bitter political and
regional divisions. Furstenberg explores
the republic’s formative years from the
viewpoint of five Frenchmen taking refuge in
America. 400 pp.
cDiary of a Mad Diva
Joan RiversBRKP
In the extraordinary tradition of The Habit
of Being: Letters of Flannery O’Connor and
George Orwell’s Diaries comes an intimate
and enriching glimpse into the mind of
the most illuminating woman-of-letters of
her generation—a provocative and always
hilarious exploration of an age in which she
has lived. 256 pp.
Tiny House Living
Ideas for Building and Living Well in Less
Than 400 Square Feet
Ryan MitchellBWAH
Once simply considered a charming oddity,
the tiny house movement continues to gain
momentum among those who thirst for a
simpler, “greener,” more meaningful life.
This guided exploration includes all the tips,
tools, and practical strategies for scaling
back a living space. 176 pp.
paper 26.99
July 2014
Garfield Classics: Garfield Life in the Fat Lane
His 28th Book
Jim DavisBALL
For the first time in full color and in a larger
format, Garfield finds new ways to evade
exercise and beat boredom in this brand-new
edition of this classic, originally published in
1995. 96 pp.
paper 14.00
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How to Survive a Sharknado and Other
Unnatural Disasters
Fight Back When Monsters and Mother
Nature Attack
Andrew Shaffer et al.THVP
In the apocalyptic world we live in, Mother
Nature is angry. But fear not. With this
essential book in hand, anyone can be a hero
who laughs in the face of calamity while
saving friends and family. Or avoid getting
savagely ripped apart by a robocroc. 208 pp.
paper 14.99
Google Scholar and Its Competitors
Accessing Scholarly Resources on the Web
Ingrid Hsieh-YeeCDOS
This detailed guide outlines the databases,
features, functionalities, and weaknesses of
such major search engines as Google Scholar,
Microsoft Live Academic, Yahoo Search,
Ask, as well as those of specialized search
engines, subject databases, aggregators,
online catalogs, digital repositories, and
subject portals. 200 pp.
paper 15% 85.00
I’ve Still Got It . . . I Just Can’t Remember
Where I Put It
Awkwardly True Tales from the Far Side of
Jenna McCarthyBRKP
Tackling everything from cosmetic surgery
and financial panic to skinny jeans and
the meaning of life, McCarthy’s middleage manifesto is filled with hilarious
misadventures, humiliating confessions and
occasional (hot) flashes of genius. 304 pp.
paper 16.00
More Curious
Sean WilseyMEEY
Wilsey travels across the U.S., from the
launchpad at Cape Canaveral to the isolated
artists’ enclave of Marfa, Texas, to the
boardrooms and ballrooms of post-9/11 New
York City. These essays comprise nearly 15
years of his most vital work on the glory
and the misery, the beauty and absurdity of
contemporary America. 300 pp.
The Weed Agency
A Comic Tale of Federal Bureaucracy Without
Jim GeraghtyCRNP
The spellbinding mock history of the
Department of Agriculture’s most secretive
and vital agency—the Agency of Invasive
Species. Full of oddball characters who shed
light on the daily operations of Beltway
minions, Geraghty’s work showcases a world
where the word “accountability” sends roars
of laughter through D.C. office buildings. 272
paper 13.00
The Sun Also Rises
The Hemingway Library Edition
Ernest HemingwaySCRB
This new edition celebrates the art and
craft of the quintessential story of the Lost
Generation. Presented by the Hemingway
family with supplementary material from the
Hemingway Collection at the John F. Kennedy
Library, this edition provides readers with
wonderful insight regarding Hemingway’s
first great literary masterpiece. 320 pp.
Don’t Put That in There!
And 69 Other Sex Myths Debunked
Dr. Aaron E. CarrollGRIF
and Dr. Rachel C. Vreeman
With the perfect blend of authoritative
research and a breezy, accessible tone,
this insightful guide is full of enlightening,
practical, and quirky facts that will debunk
some of the most perennial misconceptions
people believe about sex and sexuality. 304
paper 13.99
The Case for Christianity Answer Book
Lee StrobelZNDV
In an excellent resource for newer and
seasoned Christians alike, Strobel provides
answers to the most-asked questions about
Christian faith. The Q & A format lends itself
to helping believers know how to effectively
defend their faith. 224 pp.
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Llewellyn’s 2015 Sun Sign Book
Horoscopes for Everyone!
Kim Rogers-GallagherLLEW
Rewarding and challenging days for each
month, the best dates to find a job, begin a
romance, take a vacation, move, or plan other
important endeavors––paths to wisdom
money, success, careers, relationships, and
more all included in this astrological primer
for beginners. 312 pp.
paper 11.99
Jenni Rivera
Simply the Best
Michael PuenteTRPB
When a tragic plane crash took the life
of singer and actress Jenni Rivera on
December 9, 2012, the world lost an artist
whose talents transcended borders and even
languages. This photographic tribute to the
beloved artist features nearly 100 full-color
photographs. 128 pp.
paper 14.95
The Synchronicity Key
The Hidden Intelligence Guiding the
Universe and You
David WilcockPLUM
The companion volume to the NewYorkTimes
bestseller The Source Field Investigations
from one of the most popular and highly
regarded authorities in the burgeoning field
of consciousness science. 528 pp.
paper 18.00
Yeah! Yeah! Yeah!
The Story of Pop Music from Bill Haley to
Bob StanleyNORT
An addictively readable, encyclopedic
history of pop music in chapters as short
and adrenaline-fueled as the best pop songs
themselves. 640 pp.
Pretty Little Killers
The Truth Behind the Savage Murder of
Skylar Neese
Daleen BerryBEBE
and Geoffrey C. Fuller
After the sentencing of Shelia Eddy and
Rachel Shoaf, and on the heels of their
bestselling The Savage Murder of Skylar
Neese the authors return with additional
facts from key sources, attempting to better
answer the primary question: “Why?” 352
paper 16.95
Llewellyn’s 2015 Magical Almanac
Practical Magic for Everyday Living
Featuring favorite authors Ellen Dugan,
Mickie Mueller, Susan Pesznecker, Emily
Carding, and dozens of others, this almanac
offers readers practical spells, rituals, and
ideas for invoking the power of the elements.
An annual inspiration to all levels of magical
practitioners for more than 20 years. 336 pp.
paper 11.99
Shadows in the Vineyard
The True Story of a Plot to Poison the World’s
Greatest Wine
Maximillian PotterTWLE
Potter takes readers deep into a captivating
world full of fascinating characters, smalltown French politics, an unforgettable
narrative, and a local culture defined by the
twinned veins of excess and vitality and the
deep reverent attention to the land that runs
through it. 304 pp.
Llewellyn’s 2015 Moon Sign Book
Conscious Living by the Cycles of the Moon
The number-one lunar guide to natural living
since 1905 is updated for 2015. Readers can
use this essential life-planning tool to choose
the best dates for almost anything—from
getting married to buying a home or traveling.
Includes a monthly lunar aspectarian with
moon tables, detailed weather predictions,
and much more. 312 pp.
paper 11.99
July 2014
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Days of Fire
Bush and Cheney in the White House
Peter BakerANCH
A New York Times Top 10 Best Book of the Year,
and a Washington Post Notable Book. Drawing
on hundreds of interviews with key players
and thousands of pages of private documents,
Baker paints a riveting portrait of a partnership
that evolved dramatically over time, during an
era marked by devastation. 832 pp.
paper 17.95
The Skeleton Crew
How Amateur Sleuths Are Solving America’s
Coldest Cases
Deborah Halber
Halber provides a look into the gritty and
tumultuous world of Sherlock Holmeswannabes who race to beat out law
enforcement—and one another—at matching
missing persons with unidentified remains.
It’s DIY CSI. 304 pp.
Nature’s God
The Heretical Origins of the American
Matthew StewartNORT
Stewart’s lucid and passionate investigation
surprises, challenges, enlightens, and
entertains at every turn, as he offers a
persuasive, exhilarating argument about the
founding principles of American government
and the sources of the nation’s success in
science, medicine, and the arts. 448 pp.
Faithless Execution
Impeachment in the Age of Imperial Presidency
Andrew C. McCarthyETCB
New York Times-bestselling author and
former federal prosecutor McCarthy weighs
the political dynamics as he builds a case for
impeaching President Obama, assembling a
litany of abuses that he argues add up to one
overarching offense: the president’s willful
violation of his solemn oath to execute the
laws faithfully. 224 pp.
The Laramie Project and The Laramie Project:
Ten Years Later
Moises Kaufman, et. alVINT
This new and expanded edition of one of
America’s most-performed plays contains
the complete Laramie Project Cycle and
presents a powerful vision of the small
Wyoming town where Matthew Shepard was
murdered. 192 pp.
paper 15.00
Let Me Be Clear
Barack Obama’s War on Millennials, and One
Woman’s Case for Hope
Katie KiefferCRNP
A rising young conservative argues that the
Obama administration’s mistreatment of
American youth has left many young people
economically and morally empty-handed,
as well as vulnerable to violence and terror,
due to the Left’s reckless fiscal choices, social
agendas, and national security lapses. 352 pp.
Assault and Flattery
The Truth about the Left and Their War on
Katie PavlichTHHD
New York Times-bestselling author and FOX
News contributor Pavlich exposes the truth
behind the real war on women—the one
being waged by Democrats. Pavlich thinks
the Democrats have run the conversation for
too long—and is out to debunk the sacred
cows of the so-called Republican War on
Women. 352 pp.
The Murder of the Middle Class
Wayne Allyn RootREGN
Root, an entrepreneur, self-made man, and
the author of The Ultimate Obama Survival
Guide, steps up to defend the middle class
and to offer them a rock-solid plan for fighting
back against a two-class society. 256 pp.
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The New Arabs
How the Wired and Global Youth of the
Middle East Is Transforming It
Juan Cole
Renowned blogger and Middle East expert
Cole illuminates the role of today’s Arab
youth—who they are, what they want, and
how they will affect world politics. 384 pp.
Difficult Men
Behind the Scenes of a Creative Revolution:
From The Sopranos and The Wire to Mad
Men and Breaking Bad
Brett MartinPNGN
With extensive interviews of major players
in cable television, award-winning journalist
Martin combines deep reportage with
cultural analysis and historical context to
give a revealing look into the shows that
helped TV emerge as the signature art form
of the 21st century. 320 pp.
paper 17.00
Obama’s America
Dinesh D’SouzaTHHD
Based on analysis of the first four years of
Obama’s presidency and with an updated
Introduction, this New York Times bestseller
prompts anyone who cares about America’s
future to take a closer look at the national
and global impacts of Obama’s eight-year
plan. 272 pp.
paper 16.00
The Hobbit™: The Desolation of Smaug
Chronicles: Cloaks & Daggers
Daniel FalconerCOLN
The ultimate insider look at the filmmaking
processes of The Hobbit: An Unexpected
Journey and The Hobbit: The Desolation
of Smaug. Includes behind-the-scenes
photographs and firsthand accounts from
the actors, artists. Foreword by, digital effects
specialists, and many other crew members.
256 pp.
Operation Shakespeare
The True Story of an Elite International Sting
John Shiffman
A Pulitzer Prize finalist presents the rare
and intimate narrative of a daring national
security sting designed to protect U.S.
soldiers, sailors, and pilots from the greatest
danger they face on the battlefield—an
enemy equipped with American-made
weapons and technology. 288 pp.
Jennifer, Gwyneth & Me
The Pursuit of Happiness, One Celebrity at
a Time
Rachel BertscheBALL
One woman’s quest to to remake her life in
the image of her favorite celebrities offers
a winning look at society’s obsession with
celebrity culture. Part personal memoir,
part research and reflection, Bertsche seeks
to answer the ultimate question: “Does
perfection lead to happiness?” 256 pp.
paper 15.00
Reading Joss Whedon
Rhonda Wilcox et al., editorsSYRC
This work, ambitious in both length
and scope, offers the Whedon
fan and scholar alike a diversity
of current, insightful, original
scholarship by dozens of Whedon
Studies’ most established and
respected writers. 464 pp.
5% 59.95
Take No Prisoners
A Winning Strategy for Conservatives
David HorowitzREGN
Battle-scarred political warrior Horowitz says
it’s time for conservatives to take the gloves
off—and take America back. Republicans
need to learn from Democrats’ successes in
order to turn the tide, Horowitz argues, and
they need to do it now. 256 pp.
July 2014
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Book of Majors 2015, 9th Ed.
College BoardCOLD
In pursuit of their mission to connect students
to college success and opportunity, The
College Board presents a newly revised and
refreshed comprehensive guide to college
majors, complete with listings of every major
offered at more than 3,800 colleges. 1,360 pp.
paper 28.99
Masterminds and Wingmen
Helping Our Boys Cope with Schoolyard
Power, Locker-Room Tests, Girlfriends, and
the New Rules of Boy World
Rosalind WisemanHARM
The author of Queen Bees and Wannabes,
the groundbreaking bestseller about teenage
girls, now turns to boys, decoding their inner
lives, explaining what they’re really going
through, and helping parents form stronger
connections with their sons. 384 pp.
paper 15.00
Build the Perfect Bug Out Vehicle
The Disaster Survival Vehicle Guide
Creek StewartBWAH
Natural and man-made disasters put average
people in emergency evacuation situations.
This comprehensive guide will help readers
select the best type of Bug Out Vehicle (BOV)
for their needs and then customize that
vehicle with extra equipment and features.
224 pp.
paper 17.99
Change Your Brain to Break Bad Habits,
SelfDestructive Behavior
Richard O’Connor, Ph.D.HDOS
Depression offers a brain-based guide to
help readers finally get rid of the bad habits
that plague them. O’Connor reveals why
bad habits die so hard and clears a path to
lasting, effective change. 304 pp.
Fiske Guide to Colleges 2015, 31st Ed.
Edward B. FiskeSOBK
This leading guide to more than 300 colleges
and universities has been an indispensable
source of information for college-bound
students and their parents. Hip, honest, and
straightforward, it is “the best college guide
you can buy” (USA Today). 864 pp.
paper 23.99
The Trauma of Everyday Life
Mark Epstein, M.D.PNGN
A renowned psychiatrist and the author
of Thoughts Without a Thinker uncovers
the transformational potential of trauma,
revealing how it can be used for the mind’s
own development. 240 pp.
paper 16.00
50 Successful Harvard Application Essays,
4th Ed.
What Worked for Them Can Help You Get Into
the College of Your Choice
Staff of the Harvard CrimsonGRIF
This completely updated edition of a trusted
guide gives readers the most inspiring
approaches, both conventional and creative,
that have won over admissions officers at
Harvard University, the nation’s top-ranked
college. The topics covered with these essays
open applicants up to new possibilities
and techniques for putting their best foot
forward. 208 pp.
paper 15.99
Four-Year Colleges 2015, 45th Ed.
This valuable resource includes information
on every accredited four-year undergraduate
institution in the U.S. and Canada (and many
international schools)—more than 2,600
institutions in all. It also includes detailed
two-page descriptions written by admissions
personnel for more than 300 colleges and
paper 32.95
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Getting Financial Aid 2015, 9th Ed.
College BoardCOLD
A must-have comprehensive guide for
parents and students alike explaining the
entire process from start to finish, including
step-by-step instructions, expert advice, and
easy-to-compare college profiles for more
than 3,000 four-year and two-year colleges
and technical schools. 996 pp.
paper 22.99
Scholarships, Grants & Prizes 2015, 19th Ed.
A complete up-to-date guide containing
information on millions of privately funded
awards available to college students,
including hundreds of award profiles, easyto-use search indexes, a quick-referecnce
chart, and informative articles offering tips
on winning scholarships.
paper 33.95
The Insider’s Guide to the Colleges, 2015,
41st Ed.
Students on Campus Tell You What You Really
Want to Know
Yale Daily NewsGRIF
Updated with essential school profiles and
statistics, the most candid college guide
offers high school students the inside
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1,024 pp.
paper 24.99
The Ultimate Scholarship Book 2015
Billions of Dollars in Scholarships, Grants
and Prizes
Gen and Kelly TanabeSLLL
With scholarships for high school, college,
graduate, and adult students, this guide also
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effective search, how to write a winning
application, and how to avoid scams. 816 pp.
paper 26.95
Let’s Not Forget God
Freedom for Our Faith
Cardinal Angelo Scola
Foreword by John L. Allen, Jr.
Born out of a speech celebrating the 1,700th
anniversary of the Edict of Milan, in which
emperors Constantine I and Licinius granted
Christians legal rights, Cardinal Scola’s work
gives attention to the crisis of religious
freedom in the 21st century. 128 pp.
Profiles of American Colleges 2015, 31st Ed.
Latest Facts and Figures for More Than 1650
Four-Year Colleges
Barron’s College Division StaffBAR
This trusted guide is a recognized authority in
comparative college ratings. The 31st edition
profiles more than 1,650 colleges, with upto-date facts and figures covering admission
requirements, financial aid resources,
campus safety, and more. 1,680 pp.
paper 28.99
Every Good Endeavor
Connecting Your Work to God’s Work
Timothy KellerRVRH
with Katherine Leary Alsdorf
New York Times-bestselling author Keller
shows how God calls on each of us to
express meaning and purpose through our
work and careers. With deep conviction and
often surprising advice, he shows readers
that biblical wisdom is immensely relevant
to our work today. 336 pp.
paper 16.00
Scholarship Handbook 2015
All-New 18th Ed.
College BoardCOLD
authoritative facts about more than 1.7
million awards, including scholarship,
internship, and loan programs, this guide
features legitimate, up-to-date, and accurate
information, verified by the College Board.
Includes a planning calendar. 632 pp.
paper 31.99
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Annie’s Stories
An Ellis Island Novel
Cindy ThomsonTYND
When a fellow boarder with something to
hide is accused of misconduct and authorities
threaten to shut down the boardinghouse,
Annie fears she may lose her new friends,
her housekeeping job . . . and her means
of funding her dream: a memorial library to
honor her father. 416 pp.
paper 14.99
Persevere Until Success Happens
Cindy TrimmDIP
In her encouraging and dynamic style,
bestselling author Trimm inspires readers to
go for it, showing them how to carry their
dreams, visions, and goals “full term” and to
complete fulfillment. She encourages readers
to exercise the power of faith to overcome the
impossible and release God’s supernatural
purposes into their lives. 192 pp.
paper 15.99
When Power Meets Potential
Unlocking God’s Purpose in Your Life
T.D. JakesDIP
By drawing from the powerful analogy of
Elijah and Elisha, bestselling author and
evangelical statesman, Bishop Jakes, shares
the key to fulfilling purpose and releasing
potential: Power. 256 pp.
paper 15.99
Kelly’s Chance
Brides of Lehigh Canal
Wanda E. BrunstetterBARU
The first novel in a new series. Relive the
glory days of the Pennsylvania canals
through the eyes of artistic Kelly McGregor
as told by a bestselling Amish novelist. 352
paper 6.99
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Life-Changing Bible Study Series
Karen KingsburyHWDP
A #1 New York Times-bestselling author
and beloved inspirational novelist offers a
fictional view of six of the family members
of Jesus, all anchored by Scriptural truth,
creating a life-changing and unprecedented
emotional connection to the Bible. 304 pp.
Captured by Love
Jody HedlundBETF
On occupied Mackinac Island, voyageur
Pierre Durant and local girl Angelique Labelle
must decide where their loyalties lie, and
what they will risk for love. 368 pp.
paper 14.99
Between Us Girls
Sally JohnHARH
Jasmyn Albright has had more than her
share of bad breaks lately. Heading west she
hopes to outrun heartbreak, but when God is
at work, anything can happen. Broken lives,
new beginnings and unexpected romance are
found right off the Pacific Ocean in the quaint
little bungalows of Casa de Vida. 352 pp.
paper 13.99
All for a Sister
Allison PittmanTYND
In Hollywood during the Roaring ‘20s, Celeste
DuFrane has it all. Her father’s work in film
opens doors that lead to stardom. But after
losing her mother, she discovers that half the
estate has been left to a woman accused of
killing Celeste’s baby sister before Celeste
was even born. And a surprising discovery
begins to fill in the missing pieces. 384 pp.
paper 14.99
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Seagrass Pier
A Hope Beach Novel
Colleen CobleNELN
Seagrass Pier is the perfect place for Elin to
hide from a killer, but an old love’s ability
to see her true heart could be her undoing.
And as Elin tries to stay alive and bring the
killer to justice, she begins to doubt her own
identity. 336 pp.
paper 15.99
Heaven Sent Rain
Lauraine SnellingFAHW
Dinah Taylor’s orderly life takes an
unexpected turn when seven-year-old Jonah
and his scruffy dog show up at her office
building. As their relationship begins to
unfold an accident with the dog introduces
them to Garrett, a veterinarian with a thriving
practice and a passion for drawing. 384 pp.
paper 15.00
Secrets of Sloane House
Shelley GrayZNDV
One woman’s search for the truth of her
sister’s disappearance leads her into a web of
deceit and danger, set against the backdrop
of Chicago’s Gilded Age and the 1893 World’s
Fair. 352 pp.
paper 15.99
In the Field of Grace
Tessa AfsharRVRT
Ruth arrives in Israel with nothing to
recommend her but the love of her late
husband’s mother, Naomi. Reduced to
gathering harvest leftovers from the field,
the young woman works to keep them
starvation—drawing the notice of Boaz, one
of the wealthiest and most honored men
of Judah. Can God forge love between two
such different people? 304 pp.
paper 14.99
When I Fall in Love
A Christiansen Family Novel
Susan May WarrenTYND
Hawaii was the last place Grace Christiansen
ever imagined she’d vacation, much less fall
in love. But when her family surprises her
with a cooking retreat in paradise, she is
pulled—or maybe yanked—away from her
predictable, safe life and thrown head first
into the adventure of a lifetime. 400 pp.
paper 14.99
Love Comes Home
Ann H. GabhartREVL
World War II is over, the boys are coming
home, and Kate and her sisters are ready to
pursue the plans they put on hold. Will their
dreams come true? 384 pp.
paper 14.99
Biological Identification
DNA Amplification and Sequencing, Optical
Sensing, Lab-on-chip and Portable Systems
R. Paul Schaudies, editorWDHD
Schaudies provides a detailed review of the
technologies available to counter the threats
to life and health posed by natural pathogens,
toxins, and bioterrorism agents. With key
insights, he covers the fundamentals of these
vital systems and lays out possible advances
in the technology. 464 pp.
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The Revealing
The Inn at Eagle Hill
Suzanne Woods FisherREVL
From the bestselling author of The Choice
comes a novel of the secrets and mysteries
surrounding the Inn at Eagle Hill. Naomi King
has a secret of her own—a growing romance
with Tobe Schrock. 336 pp.
paper 14.99
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An Inside Look at the Mars Rover Mission
and the People Who Made It Happen
Rod PylePROE
The story of the people who designed, built,
launched, landed, and are now operating the
Mars rover Curiosity. Award-winning science
writer Pyle provides a behind-the-scenes
look into the recent space mission to Mars
and follows the team of dedicated scientists
whose job it is to explore new vistas on the
planet. 290 pp.
paper 19.95
Change Your Brain Change Your Life (Before 25)
Train the Developing Mind for a Lifetime of
Jesse Payne, Ed.D.HQPB
Foreword by Daniel Amen, M.D.
The groundbreaking science behind the
Change Your Brain program now targets
a whole new generation of readers––
revolutionizing the way people think about
their brains and health, from diet to sleep
cycles, academics and entertainment. 304 pp.
paper 16.95
Adventures in Bringing Back the Recently
David Casarett, M.D.CURN
A physician explores just how far the science
of resurrection has come. In this fascinating
work, Dr. Casarett chronicles his journey
inside a sophisticated cryonics facility in
the Arizona desert, into a darkroom full of
hibernating lemurs in North Carolina, and
to a laboratory that is experimenting with
suspended animation. 304 pp.
Conquering Shame and Codependency
8 Steps to Freeing the True You
Darlene LancerHAZE
codependency expert Lancer examines
the roots of shame and its connection with
codependent relationships, laying down
eight steps to empowering the “real”
individual and beginning a path towards
healthier relationships. 180 pp.
paper 14.95
A Mind for Numbers
How to Excel at Math and Science (Even If
You Flunked Algebra)
Barbara Oakley, Ph. D.TARC
Dr. Oakley shares the secrets to effectively
learning math and science—secrets that
even dedicated and successful students wish
they’d known earlier. Most people think that
there’s only one way to solve a problem,
when in actuality, there are often a number
of different solutions. 336 pp.
paper 16.95
Suspicious Minds
How Culture Shapes Madness
Joel GoldFREP
and Ian Gold
Combining extraordinary true stories with the
latest research, the authors take readers on
a wild journey through the delusional brain
to explore the intersection of neuroscience,
biology, and culture. 288 pp.
The 20-Something Guide to Getting It
A Step-by-Step Plan for Surviving Your
Quarterlife Crisis
Mary TrainaADMP
Like a lot of people, author Traina spent her
early 20s making a mess out of her life—until
she realized it was time to toss the red Solo
cups and finally grow up. Here, she teaches
readers how to bust out of their rut with
practical advice for kicking bad habits, taking
action toward goals, and moving on to the
next stage of life as an adult. 224 pp.
paper 16.99
The Emperor Far Away
Travels at the Edge of China
David EimerBLMS
Eimer undertakes a dangerous journey to
China’s unexplored frontiers, to the outer
reaches where Beijing’s power has little
influence. His chronicle shines new light on
the world’s most populous country, showing
clearly that China remains in many ways a
divided state. 336 pp.
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Blood Sport
Alex Rodriguez, Biogenesis, and the Quest to
End Baseball’s Steroid Era
Tim ElfrinkDUTT
and Gus Garcia-Roberts
The definitive, deeply revelatory, and wildly
dramatic story of the Alex Rodriguez and
Biogenesis scandal, co-written by Elfrink, the
reporter who broke the story. Blood Sport
demonstrates that the steroid era never
ended. It evolved. 432 pp.
A Journalist’s Quest to Discover the Truth
Behind Food Labeling
Peter Laufer, Ph.D.LYON
After eating some suspect “organic” walnuts
that he was shocked to find were produced in
Kazakhstan, veteran journalist Laufer traces
the origins of items in his pantry back to
the source, learning how easily people are
tricked into buying “organic” claims. 288 pp.
Bouts of Mania
Ali, Frazier, Foreman and an America on the
Richard HofferDACP
Hoffer presents the fascinating story of
boxing’s last “golden age,” when Ali, Frazier,
and Foreman battled one another in five
classic fights and America wallowed in selfdoubt. 288 pp.
Unruly Places
Lost Spaces, Secret Cities, and Other
Inscrutable Geographies
Alastair Bonnett
A beautiful tour of the world’s hidden
geographies—from disappearing islands to
forbidden deserts—and a stunning testament
to how mysterious the world remains today.
288 pp.
Fantasy Life
The Outrageous, Uplifting, and Heartbreaking
World of Fantasy Sports from the Guy Who’s
Lived It
Matthew BerryRVRH
Popular ESPN Fantasy Sports Analyst and
Emmy winner Berry delivers what USA Today
calls a “hilarious romp through a wacky, yet
occasionally poignant universe” enjoyed by
more than 35 million North Americans who
spend hours upon hors each week playing
fantasy sports. 352 pp.
paper 16.00
The Vanishing Neighbor
The Transformation of American Community
Marc J. DunkelmanNORT
In a work that combines rich history and
keen sociological observation, Dunkelman
identifies an epochal shift in the structure
of American life. He argues that to win the
future, society needs to adapt yesterday’s
institutions to the realities of the 21st-century
American community. 352 pp.
Miracle at Fenway
The Inside Story of the Boston Red Sox 2004
Championship Season
Saul WisniaSTMS
Foreword by Dave Roberts
The players and coaches of the 2004 Boston
Red Sox are now and forever legends.
Wisnia, a Red Sox fan since birth, has a fresh
perspective, including the type of analysis
and insight that comes with a decade of
reflection. 320 pp.
Bird Dream
Adventures at the Extremes of Human Flight
Matt HigginsPGUP
Higgins presents a gripping chronicle of
skydivers, BASE jumpers, and the latest
aerial pioneers on the edge. This riveting,
adrenaline-fueled narrative introduces a
group of unforgettable characters who risk
everything to achieve man’s age-old dream
of flying. 304 pp.
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Hot Words for the ACT
Linda CarnevaleBAR
This guide presents and defines more
than 250 words that appear in the verbal
portions of the ACT exam to help collegebound students expand their vocabulary
and improve their chances for acceptance
at the colleges of their choice. Includes real
test takers’ anecdotes, memory tips, review
exercises, and an alphabetical word index.
250 pp.
paper 9.99
11 Practice Tests for the SAT® and PSAT®,
2015 Ed.
Princeton ReviewPRNV
Students will get all the prep they need to
ace the SAT and PSAT with this updated
guide featuring 11 full-length practice tests,
comprehensive explanations for every
question, and helpful scoring grids and
admissions advice. 960 pp.
paper 24.99
Kaplan SAT® Critical Reading Workbook, 5th
The must-have preparation tool for every
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guide provides everything students need to
conquer the Critical Reading section of the
SAT exam. Features two reading tests with
detailed answer explanations and hundreds
of practice questions. 360 pp.
paper 18.99
ASVAB AFQT For Dummies®, 2nd Ed.
Rod PowersFDMM
The Armed Forces Qualifying Test (AFQT)
is the most important part of the Armed
(ASVAB), and with this trusted guide,
candidates can start preparing for it early.
Retired Air Force SergeantPowers guides
readers through the critical information,
giving them the confidence they need to do
their best. 336 pp.
paper 17.99
Kaplan SAT® Math Workbook, 5th Ed.
With college admissions standards growing
increasingly selective, this study guide offers
students everything they need to conquer
the Quantitative Reasoning section of the
SAT including, two realistic math tests with
detailed answer explanations, and effective
score-raising tips and strategies for building
speed and accuracy. 300 pp.
paper 18.99
Barron’s PSAT/NMSQT, 17th Ed. Revised
Sharon Weiner GreenBAR
This revised and updated manual prepares
high school students for the preliminary
version of the SAT college entrance exam.
Includes a diagnostic test, four full-length
model tests with answers and explanations,
study advice, test-taking tips, and in-depth
subject reviews. 560 pp.
paper 16.99
Advanced Composites in Bridge Construction
and Repair
Yail J. Kim, editorWDHD
Advanced composite materials for bridge
structures are recognized as a promising
alternative to such conventional construction
materials as steel. Following an introductory
overview, Kim’s work reviews the use of
advanced composites in the design and
construction of bridges. 342 pp.
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The CLEP® Official Study Guide, 2015
College BoardCOLD
Developed by the test maker, this is the
only study resource for all 33 CLEP exams.
It includes practice questions for all exams,
exam descriptions, and test-taking tips and
strategies. 550 pp.
paper 24.99
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The Interior Circuit
A Mexico City Chronicle
Francisco GoldmanGROV
Coming off the success of Say Her Name,
Goldman presents a timely and provocative
journey into the heart of Mexico City.
By turns exuberant, poetic, reportorial,
philosophic, and urgent, his story fuses
his own experience with an account of one
of the world’s most remarkable and often
misunderstood cities. 336 pp.
Flight 232
A Story of Disaster and Survival
Laurence GonzalesNORT
Twenty-five years after the catastrophe,
extraordinarily rare 360-degree view of the
crash of a fully loaded jumbo jet in Sioux
City, Iowa. 416 pp.
Berlitz® River Cruising in Europe
Douglas WardBZTV
A river cruise is undoubtedly the most
civilized way to see the best of Europe.
Travelers will find all the information they
need to know here, along with unbiased
advice on the different kinds of river vessels
and the facilities they offer. 256 pp.
paper 19.99
Insight Guides: Croatia, 3rd Ed.
Insight GuidesISIT
Beautiful beaches, picturesque islands and
fascinating cities, including the beguiling
ancient town of Dubrovnik—Croatia has
much to offer travelers. This full-color guide
is packed with stunning photography, maps,
and travel tips. 304 pp.
paper 23.99
Insight Guides: Italy, 7th Ed.
Insight GuidesISIT
From art and architecture spanning Roman
times and the Renaissance, to superb food
and wine, high-end fashion and design, all
framed by majestic landscapes, this up-todate comprehensive travel tool features the
best Italy has to offer, jam packed with fullcolor maps and beautiful photography. 448
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DK Eyewitness Travel Guide: New England
DK Publishing
illustrations, detailed maps, and tips on
coastal cuisine, this fully updated guide
provides all the insider info travelers
need, whether they are sailing in Newport,
exploring the American Revolution, or
hiking across the spectacular Appalachian
Mountains. 400 pp.
paper 25.00
Insight Guides: London, 14th Ed.
Insight GuidesISIT
Local writers delve into topics including
royalty, shopping, and Parliament, while
evocative accounts of the city’s districts
bring London to life. Includes full-color
photographs, maps, and travel tips—
everything needed to plan the perfect
London trip. 352 pp.
paper 19.99
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Modern Nature-Inspired Quilts
Bling It Up!
George Clinton & the Cosmic Odyssey of the P-Funk Empire
Old Friends, New Friends
Animals / Pets..............................................66
Art & Art Instruction...................................67
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Business / Economics / Finance..............71
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Foreign Language Dictionaries / Phrase Books...................111
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Scarlet Macaws
The Complete Owner’s Guide
Rose SullivanLSIG
Sullivan covers all aspects of caring for
these wonderful parrots including training,
handling, health, housing, breeding, lifespan,
personality, temperament, diet, and more.
190 pp.
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Akita Inu, American Akita and Akitas as Pets
Complete Owner’s Guide
Robert KieferLSIG
Guaranteed to answer all questions, this
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about owning an Akita. 130 pp.
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Teacup Yorkies
The Complete Owners Guide.
Alan KenworthyLSIG
Written by an established dog trainer, this
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to old age including buying a puppy, prices,
rescue, adoption, health, grooming, food,
diet, handling, care and welfare, training,
and understanding general behavior. 146 pp.
paper 25% 9.99
Angora Rabbits
The Complete Owner’s Guide
Ann L. FletcherLSIG
A superb resource, this edition is a musthave for anybody passionate about Angora
rabbits including English, French, Giant,
Satin, and German varieties. 158 pp.
paper 25% 14.97
Baby Kangaroo Facts for Kids and Adults
Les O. TekcardLSIG
A must-have guide for anyone wanting to
know all about Australian kangaroos in the
wild or those who want more information
desiring to keep one as a pet. 126 pp.
paper 25% 16.97
Wallaby and Wallaroo Care
A Complete Owner’s Guide
Lolly BrownLSIG
Brown provides detailed information about
wallabies and wallaroos, offering sound
advice and answers to common questions.
120 pp.
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A Complete Owner’s Guide
Lolly BrownLSIG
Guaranteed to answer all questions, this
guide is a must have for anyone looking to
properly care for capybara. 86 pp.
paper NET 10.99
Arts & Architecture 1945-49
David F. TraversTLLC
This selection brings together all the covers
and the highlights from the first five years of
the legendary magazine Art & Architecture
and is a comprehensive record of an exciting
and innovative time in American design. 576
Maltipoo Complete Owner’s Manual.
Elliott LangLSIG
In a straight-forward, no-nonsense fashion,
Lang covers all aspects of keeping maltipoos
as pets. 184 pp.
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Renzo Piano: Complete Works 1966-2014
Philip JodidioTLLC
The array of buildings by Piano is staggering
in scope and comprehensive in the diversity
of scale, material, and form. This stunning
monograph, illustrated by photographs,
sketches, and plans, covers Piano’s career to
date and includes photographs of recently
completed projects, plus a sneak peek at his
current project.
Netherland Dwarf Rabbits
The Complete Owner’s Guide
Ann L. FletcherLSIG
Fletcher covers all aspects of care for
handling, health, housing, breeding, colors,
lifespan, personality, temperament, diet,
clubs, suitability as pets, and more. 154 pp.
paper 25% 14.97
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Publisher Selects
MuseumsEtc: 10 Must Reads
Learning, Engaging, Enriching
contributed by John Bull et al.MBCX
Learning, engagement, and enrichment are at
the very core of any museum’s mission. This
new collection shares the global experience of
innovative professionals who have expanded
the effectiveness and the boundaries of the
museum learning process. 308 pp.
paper NET 59.00
10 Must Reads: Inclusion
Empowering New Audiences
contributed by Katy Archer et al.MBCX
Forward-looking museums are committed to
involving once-excluded communities in lifechanging ways. These 10 essays present an
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inclusion within museums and galleries of all
sizes, types, and budgets. 376 pp.
paper NET 59.95
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Naughty Nudies of 1908
A Glimpse of Victorian Erotica
Uma BouschertzDAKI
An intriguing collection of Victorian erotica,
40 plus photographs of sensual artists’
models from 1908 in a variety of landscapes
and settings, done with a sense of humor. 46
paper 25% 18.99
Amedeo Modigliani
Jane Rogoyska et al.PPSL
Equally famous for his masterful canvases
and tumultuous mental health, Modigliani
(1884-1920) was, in many ways, a tortured
artist. In this fascinating examination of
his life and work, the authors turn their
penetrating gaze on this most enigmatic of
artistic geniuses. 200 pp.
Nuthin’ But Mech 2
Sketches and Renderings
Design Studio PressDSIS
The highly anticipated follow up to
bestseller Nuthin’ But Mech, this volume
delivers outstanding artwork from 40
artist contributors to the Nuthin’ but Mech
blogspot. 128 pp.
paper 24.95
The Art of Paperblue
Jae-Chul ParkDSIS
A must-have art book for artists,
entertainment designers, and anyone who
wants to learn to paint creative environment
paintings. Paperblue shares his knowledge of
creating environment conceptual paintings
for movies, games, and other entertainment
industry fields, with more than 10 full-length,
step-by-step tutorials. 192 pp.
The Russian Cinema Reader
Volume Two: The Thaw to the Present
Rimgaila Salys, editorACDR
This two-volume reader is intended to
accompany undergraduate courses in the
history of Russian cinema and Russian
culture through film. Each volume consists of
newly commissioned essays, excerpts from
English language criticism, and translations
of Russian language essays on subtitled
films which are widely taught in American
and British courses on Russian film and
culture. 310 pp.
paper 49.00
An Illustrated Celebration of Squidgers,
Squops and Winks
Heidi GeffenEHST
A compelling, microcosmic history of
game board design, graphic design and
typography of the 20th Century. Geffen, long
a collector of Tiddlywinks games, has opened
up her collection and penned this compelling
history of the game. 64 pp.
paper 14.95
Costume Design & Illustration
Constantine Sekeris et al.DSIS
Spearheaded by Sekeris, author of
MetamorFX, this work is an in-depth look
at costume design and illustration. Ten
leading artists in the industry showcase an
educational process, breaking down the
problematic areas of costume design for the
film, video game, and animation industries.
128 pp.
paper 27.95
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Beloved Demons
C. Anthony MartignettiLSIG
Introduction by Neil Gaiman
In his follow-up to Lunatic Heroes, Martignetti
sheds all defenses to reveal the viscera of
a mind shaped by the dark and confusing
forces of his childhood. This collection of
memoirs and essays focuses mainly on
Martignetti’s adult years, and features the
pivotal characters of his ever-entertaining
personal narrative. 226 pp.
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Zentangle® 7, Expanded Workbook Ed.
Circles, Zendalas & Shapes
Suzanne McNeill, CZTDSNO
Readers can create beautiful Zendalas and
other fascinating circular designs with this
step-by-step guidebook, which includes 40
original tangle patterns and a bonus 16-page
interactive workbook section. 32 pp.
paper 8.99
Bob Dylan
The Biography
Dennis McDougalWILY
McDougal’s groundbreaking biography digs
deep into Bob Dylan lore—including subjects
Dylan himself left out of Chronicles: Volume
One. The author moves beyond analysis of
lyrics to focus on why this beloved artist’s
American odyssey has touched so many
souls, and how both Dylan and his audience
have changed along the way. 540 pp.
paper 24.95
Joyride Flatout
Hot Rods and Dream Machines
Dan QuarnstromDSIS
In its simplest incarnation, a joyride can be
as innocent as taking the family car out for a
spin—or much more, as seen in the artwork
of iconic illustrator Quarnstrom’s homage to
hot rods, dragsters, and custom cars. 144 pp.
paper 29.95
Borrowed Time
Dr. Bilha NoyCAZL
Dr. Noy, a prominent psychologist and
international authority on the subject of
trauma, passed away from a malignant
brain tumor. This book recounts the personal
and moving journey of farewell, told from
the point of view of the wife, herself a
professional counselor. 320 pp.
paper NET 11.99
12 Years a Slave
Solomon NorthupSFCL
Born a free man in New York state, Northup
was kidnapped in Washington, D.C., and
sold into slavery. His first-person account,
published in 1853, was a dramatic story in
the national debate over slavery that took
place in the nine years leading up to the start
of the American Civil War. 202 pp.
paper 15.95
Cries for Help
Women Without a Voice, Women’s Prisons
in the 1970s, Myra Hindley and Her
Joanna KozubskaWERD
Foreword by Lord David Ramsbotham
Cries for Help opens a window on the closed
world of Holloway, other prisons, and the
lives of those held there in the 1970s. The
book follows the preoccupations of women
prisoners, their anxieties and fears: a hidden
segment of the population, lacking a voice,
lost in a system designed for men that
needed to change. 210 pp.
paper 5% 29.95
12 Years a Slave
Albert René
The Father of Modern Seychelles: A
Kevin ShillingtonUWAP
The first full-length biography to analyze
René’s early years, his political awakening,
and his struggle for full electoral support is a
dramatic story of political drama and insight
into an all-too-human man. 354 pp.
paper 20% 45.00
Crystal Puzzle
Growing Up with a Sister with Asperger’s
Ashley NanceFMLS
A delightful and true story of growing up
with a sister with Asperger’s Syndrome,
Nance’s work chronicles powerful family
experiences from the realization that there
was something different about her sister to
the eventual independence that comes with
growing apart as one sister moves on and
out of the home. 184 pp.
paper 14.95
The Art of Gittin’ Paid, Christmas Ed.
G. Kline Preston, IVKINE
Preston reveals the secrets, mistakes, and
concepts known to lawyers which are
overlooked or ignored by businesses and
which unnecessarily cost them a lot of
money. He offers a clear and concise set of
rules that is easily understood. 130 pp.
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Eagle in the Sky
Brigadier-General Ran Ronen (Pekker)CAZL
The fascinating life story of one of the most
decorated fighter pilots of the Israeli Air
Force. In his 27 years of military service, he
flew every fighter plane, participated as a
pilot and commander in every war and many
battles from the Sinai Campaign through the
Six Days War and the attritions war to the
Yom Kippur War. 408 pp.
paper NET 18.99
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Helen Gibson
Silent Serial Queen Who Became Hollywood’s
First Professional Stunt Woman
Larry TellesBTRT
Foreword by Robert S. Birchard
Telles details the life story of a woman who
spent her 51-year career in film, rodeo,
circus, and vaudeville. In 1930 she became
Hollywood’s first professional stunt woman
for many of the major studios. She was
fearless in her career and life on and off the
screen until her death at age 86. 318 pp.
paper 20% 16.99
From Deedle to Dr. Judy
A Memoir of Metamorphosis
Judith OppenheimerLSIG
In her memoir, Oppenheimer explores the
evolution from an unsure young woman
with the childhood nickname of Deedle to a
self-assured pediatrician, Dr. Judy. 314 pp.
paper NET 15.99
An Interrupted Life
Lisl MalkinFCRT
Banned from school, parks, movie theaters,
and all public places, 12-year-old Malkin
is trying to escape from German-occupied
Austria. In this frank, riveting tale, she
describes the consequences of that effort.
Her animated portrayal of confrontations
with the Gestapo is bone-chilling. 364 pp.
paper 17.00
Getting a Handel on Messiah
David W. BarberLSIG
Dave Donald, illustrator
Preface by Trevor Pinnock
Barber takes readers on another delightful
romp through the pages of music history—as
it ought to be taught! Here he focuses on the
facts and truths about Handel’s “Messiah.”
102 pp.
paper 19.95
It All Began with Daisy
Sonia Harrison JonesERSR
This incredible success story tells in accurate,
humorous detail how two sophisticated New
Yorkers bought a farm in Nova Scotia. Their
dairy enterprise was so successful that they
ended up becoming the proud owners of a
multi-million dollar corporation. 254 pp.
paper NET 9.95
Laws & Loves Part 1
Real Stories of the Rattlesnake Lawyer
Jonathan MillerCSNP
The real stories of attorney Miller’s early
life and criminal law career during which he
became known as the Rattlesnake Lawyer. A
must-have for anyone thinking of practicing
law or falling in love. 176 pp.
paper 14.95
A Good Man Inside
Diary of a White Collar Prisoner
Will PhillipsWERD
The diary of one man’s experiences of his
time in prison written over 300 days as he
reels from and makes sense of being under
lock and key. 114 pp.
paper 5% 14.95
Manhattan Walkabout
Gene TepperLSIG
The Merchant Marine in World War II was
responsible for transporting supplies and
personnel to Allied forces around the world.
Set against this looming reality are five
coming-of-age stories as author, artist, and
designer Tepper recalls his days as a young
Merchant Marine Cadet and Deck Officer. 230
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Grabbing the Brass Ring
Michael Earl NolanSBMO
An epic Homeric tale of a complex and
enigmatic man, Richard Mansan—a front-line
fighter, an adventurer, and a natural leader. A
story of power, war, greed, ignorance, pride,
and redemption, Grabbing the Brass Ring
will give the reader a glimpse at the worst
and the best within everyone. 352 pp.
paper 24.95
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Sacred Journeys and Vision Quests
Lois J. WetzelHBYF
Explaining the meaning behind her own
experiences, Wetzel inspires and validates
the reader in divining the meaning behind
their own perhaps as yet unexplained
spiritual experiences. 156 pp.
paper 17.99
Matilda’s Triumph
A Memoir
Richard Moss, M.D.LGMP
Dr. Moss of Jasper, Indiana, writes of his
childhood in the Bronx, his mother’s struggles
raising five boys alone, his graduation from
medical school, pro bono work in several
countries, and finally setting up a traditional
medical practice in Indiana. He also writes
of his struggles dealing with his mother’s
stroke and his inability to save her. 390 pp.
paper 18.95
The Twelfth Raven
A Memoir of Stroke, Love and Recovery
Doris BrettUWAP
When Brett’s fit and healthy 59-year-old
husband had a stroke, they were unexpectedly
thrown into a journey of discovery. What
began as a minor stroke turned into a golfball sized blood clot on his brain, followed by
a life-threatening heart condition. Due largely
to her research into brain plasticity and the
neurotherapy techniques she implemented,
her husband’s recovery was exceptional and
he has now returned to all of his pre-stroke
activities. 320 pp.
paper 20% 21.95
Pieces of Someday
One Woman’s Search for Meaning in
Lawyering, Family, Italy, Church, and a Tiny
Jewish High School
Jan ValloneLSIG
Winner of the Reader Views Reviewers’
Choice Award. At the age of 44, Jan Vallone
discards prosperity and prestige, and takes a
job teaching English at an Orthodox Jewish
high school, though she was raised Catholic.
There, she opens her heart to her students,
who bloom under her tutelage and teach her
the meaning of faith and fulfillment. 242 pp.
paper 19.95
The Journey of My Days, My Lives
Thaao PenghlisPDYX
In his memoir and spiritual travelogue, the
popular actor, best known for his roles on
Days of Our Lives and General Hospital,
weaves his deep Greek and Australian
heritage with Hollywood escapades and
captivating journeys to places few get to
travel. 250 pp.
paper 14.99
Welcome, Foolish Mortals, Revised Ed.
The Life and Voices of Paul Frees
Ben OhmartBNOM
Foreword by June Foray
“Within these pages is a great showbiz story,
daubed often with touching human strokes,
revealing in word pictures just who this
hilarious, childlike, insecure, arrogant, tiny
but towering talent really was.”—Keith Scott.
356 pp.
paper 5% 29.95
A Rare Find
Ethel Ayres Bullymore—Legend of an Epic
Canadian Midwife
Donna MannCQUY
Kemp, an English emigrant, had a vigilant
determination to overcome endless trials
which lead her to successfully serve the
people of Canada’s prairie for six decades.
Despite her battle through years of family
health problems, the Great War, the flu
epidemic, considerable personal losses
and constant overwhelming grief, she
perseveres. 182 pp.
paper 20% 18.95
What Seems to Be the Problem?
Tobin TullisALVE
Tullis captures the humor and insanity behind
the scenes in the restaurant business. One
part Bourdain’s Kitchen Confidential, and one
part Danny Meyer’s Setting the Table, this
great book explores how restaurants try to
give the people what they want while having
no idea what that is! 182 pp.
paper 19.95
William Pleasant Tyree
A Patriot’s Legacy of Honor and Service
Albert Lee TyreeALVE
William Pleasant Tyree (1821-1874) was
many things during his life: pioneer,
soldier, prospector, carpenter, innkeeper,
businessman, farmer, politician, and the
father of eight children. Throughout his life,
he was motivated to serve his neighbors and
his community. He was the very definition of
public service. 194 pp.
20% 21.95
A Riffian’s Tune
Joseph M. LabakiLSIG
Deep in the heart of the rural Rif mountains,
one boy’s life is dictated by tribal tradition,
superstition, and religion. But Jusef dreams
of more; it’s a dream that will send him far
from his shepherding hills to the bustle of
the big city in search of education, meaning,
and, above all, a different way of life. 450 pp.
paper 10% 13.99
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Winston Churchill and MacKenzie King
So Similar, So Different
Terry ReardonAJPK
Foreword by John N. Turner
Fate threw the ill-matched pair of British
Prime Minister Churchill and Canadian Prime
Minister King together. For the first time, the
vital relationship between these two very
different men is explored in depth. It is the
story not just of two extraordinary leaders,
but also of the changing bonds between
Britain and Canada. 432 pp.
paper 29.99
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Absolute Honesty
Building a Corporate Culture That Values
Straight Talk and Rewards Integrity
Larry JohnsonAMAC
and Bob Phillips
Structured around the Six Laws of Absolute
Honesty, this insightful book goes beyond
simply extolling the virtues of ethics to provide
a template managers can use to maintain an
environment of healthy debate. 288 pp.
paper 19.95
ASEAN Centrality and the ASEAN-US
Economic Relationship
Peter A. PetriETWT
and Michael G. Plummer
The Association of Southeast Asian Nations
(ASEAN) is strategically significant because
of its size, dynamism, and role in the Asian
economic and security architectures. This paper
examines how ASEAN seeks to strengthen these
assets through “centrality” in intraregional and
external policy decisions. 92 pp.
paper 10.00
Wrestling with the Devil
Antonio RussoGADV
and Tonya Russo Hamilton
Severed from his family and placed on an
ocean liner in the bay of Naples, Russo, just
10-years-old, embarks on the journey of his
life. As he steps onto New York soil with not
a word of English, his pockets stuffed with
salami and provolone cheese, he recalls the
promise from his mother that in America he
would find family members to take care of him
and the trees blossoming with gold. 312 pp.
paper 19.95
The Bible on Leadership
From Moses to Matthew—Management
Lessons for Contemporary Leaders
Lorin WoolfeAMAC
Woolfe provides a unique way to view the
Bible for leadership lessons that can be
applied to the modern business world. Each
topic concludes with a list of key points to
keep in mind as readers continue on their
own leadership journeys. 208 pp.
paper 18.95
87 Secrets of Outrageous Business Success
How to Reach Your Goals and Have Fun
Doing It
Robert W. BlyMGAM
Based on copywriter Bly’s immensely popular
online newsletter “The Direct Response
Letter,” this work compresses many years of
his advice into a quick-reading guide to living
a happy, fulfilling, and abundant life. 264 pp.
paper 17.95
Bitcoin for the Befuddled
Conrad BarskiNSCH
and Chris Wilmer
Bitcoin is an international digital currency known
for its independence from a central bank or
government. Here, the authors cover everything
readers need to know about Bitcoin—what it is,
how it works, and how to acquire, store, and
use bitcoins safely and securely. 180 pp.
paper 24.95
Aaker on Branding
20 Principles That Drive Success
David AakerMGAM
Information culled from six branding books,
articles and other writings by award-winning
branding expert Aaker provide the need-toknow principles for creating and managing
strong brands. 220 pp.
paper 17.95
Business Ethics, 6th Ed.
A Stakeholder and Issues Management
Joseph W. WeissBRRK
With a unique, highly practical approach
to teaching business ethics, this text
focuses on the relationships among various
stakeholders, including individuals, groups,
corporations, and governments. The sixth
edition incorporates the latest research,
updated cases (such as WikiLeaks), and a full
complement of online support. 552 pp.
paper NET 69.95
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In the Trenches™ Manual: Major Gift
Fundraising for Small Shops
How to Leverage Your Annual Fund in Only
Five Hours Per Week
Amy Eisenstein, MPA, ACFRECRHN
Eisenstein explains how—in only five hours
a week—to safely and surely meet the
challenges of getting an organization ready
for major gift fundraising, all the way up to
that all-important ask and beyond. 170 pp.
paper 29.95
Closing the Communication Gap
The Power and Importance of Communication
in the Workplace
Chris ParkerKOGN
Highlighting a wide range of workplace
professionals and students how to create a
more positive and productive organization
by creating effective communicators. His
work follows a central character, Adam, for
a week to illustrate how to hone workplace
communication skills. 272 pp.
paper 19.95
In The Trenches™ Manual: The Nonprofit
Guide to Social Enterprise
Show Me the (Unrestricted) Money!
Jean BlockCRHN
and Niki Nicastro McCuistion
comprehensive manual offers a tested
approach to launching a successful nonprofit
social enterprise that builds an organization’s
capacity and reduces reliance on traditional
but dwindling funding sources. 146 pp.
paper 29.95
Drop Shipping and eCommerce
What You Need and Where to Get It.
Christine ClayfieldLSIG
Easy to understand and read, this is a musthave resource for anyone involved with drop
shipping and e-commerce. Drop shipping
is in no way a get-rich-quick scheme. This
guide explains how to sell products to make
a profit and have an online business. 532 pp.
paper 20% 34.97
Evaluating Public Relations, 3rd Ed.
A Guide to Planning, Research and
Tom WatsonKOGN
and Paul Noble
Evaluating Public Relations advises PR
practitioners at all levels how to demonstrate
clearly and objectively the impact that their
work has to their clients and managers.
This new edition includes full coverage and
advice on the new industry standards for PR
measurement. 256 pp.
paper 15% 44.95
Innovative Leadership Workbook for Global
Maureen Metcalf et al.IADD
“The Innovative Leadership Workbook
for Global Leaders provides existing and
aspiring leaders with a compelling step-bystep approach to increase their leadership
effectiveness and impact.”—Marc Grainger,
head of Human Capital Management, Credit
Suisse. 164 pp.
paper NET 19.95
International Trade
How to Break Into the World’s High-Growth
Adam JollyKOGN
A practical and informative text for a broad
audience of business leaders and executives,
Jolly’s work examines the techniques and
practices that exporters can adopt to maximize
their potential and minimize their risk in the
world’s high-growth markets. 320 pp.
15% 49.95
Fundraising for the Genius, 2nd Ed.
Linda LysakowskiCRHN
Lysakowski, ACFRE, explains how to
dramatically increase fundraising results
by employing tried-and-true methods used
by the most successful nonprofits and
institutions. 430 pp.
paper 24.95
Harvesting Intangible Assets
Uncover Hidden Revenue in Your Company’s
Intellectual Property
Andrew J. ShermanAMAC
organizations including Proctor & Gamble,
IBM, and Google, this guide reveals how
companies large or small can implement
IP-driven growth and licensing strategies,
foster a culture of innovation, turn R&D into
revenue, and much more. 290 pp.
paper 24.95
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Kinetic Avatars
The 8 Characters in Your Marketing Message
James CraddockCMPH
Kinetic Avatars frames the marketing
message to coincide with the eight character
roles found in fiction. The logic behind
this model produces a perpetual effect in
business, manifesting an ever-growing river
of revenue. 188 pp.
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Knock Your Socks Off Prospecting
How to Cold Call, Get Qualified Leads, and
Make More Money
William “Skip” MillerAMAC
and Ron Zemke
Filled with logical, easy-to-use tools, step-bystep skill-building exercises, real-life stories,
and amusing anecdotes, this practical and
entertaining book helps people improve their
communications skills, identify prospects,
and maximize the productivity of prospecting
time. 162 pp.
paper 16.95
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New Business Breakthrough Strategies
Peter LawsonLSIG
Throughout this book readers will learn
proven strategies about how to build a
successful and profitable business. The
word profit is emphasized because most
businesses, even though they experience
growth, do not necessarily grow their profit
margin in proportion to that growth, or worse
still, do not make any profit at all. 236 pp.
paper NET 14.99
A New Dynamic
Effective Business in a Circular Economy
Amory Lovins et al.LSIG
A New Dynamic contains contributions on
understanding the model, business case
studies, the performance economy, history
and development and the entrepreneurial
opportunities of these fluid times. This
book is a mandated reader for the MBA
in Innovation, Enterprise and the Circular
Economy at Bradford University School of
Management. 174 pp.
paper 5% 41.13
Leadership Team Coaching in Practice
Developing High Performing Teams
Peter HawkinsKOGN
With a variety of expert contributors
including chief executives, team coaches,
and consultants, this guide from a coaching
expert offers case studies to illustrate best
practices with a detailed analysis of methods
and processes tailored to the needs of each
organization. 240 pp.
paper 15% 39.95
On My Watch
Leadership, Innovation, & Personal Resilience
Martha JohnsonDAPX
Compelled to resign to quiet an election
year uproar over the management of a
training conference in Las Vegas, Johnson,
former Administrator of the U.S. General
Services Administration, reveals the larger
story of innovation she championed in the
agency. Her provocative and highly effective
strategies for challenging bureaucratic torpor
combine with her intensely personal story
of resilience to offer valuable insights for
leaders who want to make a big difference in
the world. 184 pp.
paper 19.95
Learning & Development
Rebecca Page-TickellKOGN
Using a combination of practical tools,
assessments, scenarios and case studies,
this essential handbook builds readers’
knowledge of L&D—from diagnosing needs
and types of intervention and development
categories, to assessment and training
evaluation. 272 pp.
paper 15% 39.95
Life’s a Pitch
Bob CircostaKATB
Foreword by Mark Victor Hansen
TV’s original Home Shopping host has
packed his decades of experience and
knowledge into a guide that can and will help
readers maximize their sales potential and
give them the ability to communicate their
message—whatever it may be—to anybody,
anywhere. 220 pp.
paper 17.95
Online Public Relations, 3rd Ed.
A Strategic Approach
David PhillipsKOGN
and Philip Young
Founded on theory and practice and
firmly aimed at both corporate relations
practitioners and students, this resource is
a study of the underlying drivers of online
relationship management. The authors
provide clear pointers for organizing public
relations professionally today, and in the
future. 288 pp.
paper 15% 37.50
Management and Leadership
Change and Innovation
Amir Levy, Ph.D.CAZL
In a modern environment, the ability to
foster innovation and change has become
critical for the success of the organization.
A must-have comprehensive handbook for
students and managers who want to acquire
academic and practical knowledge in the
leadership of change and innovation. 418 pp.
paper NET 23.99
Real Estate Exam Top Words™
Nathaniel Max RockNHEL
Although there are many ways to study for the
real estate license test, this guide may represent
the most efficient use of study time and may
represent one, if not the best, form of lastminute studying due to its focus on the most
active real estate vocabulary words. 382 pp.
paper 5% 24.42
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Stepping Stones of Power
Your Blueprint to Succeed in Any Business
Susan WagersLSIG
Wagers’ blueprint outlines the habits and
organizational skills necessary to overcome
obstacles with strength, determination,
and perseverance. “A masterpiece! . . . Your
roadmap to your ultimate destiny”—Gary
Barnes. 186 pp.
paper NET 19.99
Real Leaders for the Real World
Essential Traits of Successful and Authentic
John McLachlanLSIG
and Karen Meager
Real leaders do not fall into the standard
stereotypes, nor do they subscribe to a
“one-size-fits-all” approach to leadership
development. This text unpacks the
psychological and behavioral traits of good
leaders and shows how to develop these
traits and remain true to oneself. 208 pp.
paper 19.99
Strategic Internal Communication
How to Build Employee Engagement and
David CowanKOGN
Cowan offers a holistic approach to building
engagement, performance, and cultural
integration. He looks at the relation between
the traditional silos of internal organizational
communication is a key factor in breaking
down barriers. 179 pp.
paper 15% 44.95
Seal the Deal with a Smile
Avi IdanCAZL
In a simple, easy-to-read manner and with
penetrating insights into the art of selling,
Idan explains how to implement basic selling
techniques in everyday life. 330 pp.
paper NET 14.99
Supplier Relationship Management
Jonathan O’BrienKOGN
A practical and structured approach to
understanding and implementing supplier
relationship management, this book explores
how to get the most out of a supply base by
identifying key suppliers, improving and
measuring relationships and responding to
relationship changes. 272 pp.
paper 15% 75.00
Secrets of Successful Investment in Stocks
Introduction to the Stock Market for Youths
and New Investors
Dr. Ayo BajomoLSIG
A successful investor with more than 30
years of experience guides the way through
investing in the stock market. This book is
packed with practical tips and techniques.
104 pp.
paper 20% 14.99
Selling @ Auction
Top 10 Tips to Successfully Sell Property @
Maria LawranceLSIG
One of Sydney’s leading auctioneers dispels
myths about selling property at auction while
sharing all the secrets agents and auctioneers
work with every day. 132 pp.
paper 19.95
Tesco’s Supply Chain
Using Loyalty, Simplicity and Lean to Drive
Barry EvansKOGN
and Robert Mason
Logistics professionals Evans and Mason
explore how Tesco used lean thinking, loyalty,
and simplicity and grew under a determined
supply chain strategy to achieve their
dominant UK and global position. 272 pp.
paper 15% 70.00
Selling to the New Elite
Discover the Secret to Winning Over Your
Wealthiest Prospects
Jim Taylor et al.AMAC
In the practical and fascinating follow-up
to The New Elite, the authors reveal how
salespeople and marketers can hone in on
the wealthiest class, pique their interest, and
convert them into loyal customers. 272 pp.
paper 21.95
Tomorrow’s New Organizations
Bracha Kelin Tayir, Ph.D.CAZL
Tayir offers a fascinating journey to a new
reality, where the Tomorrow Organization
becomes a hotbed of evolution judged by
its ability to achieve higher dimensions of
potentiality. The Tomorrow Organization
will become more spiritual; will have more
influence on people, will be happier and
healthier, will become more resilient and
durable, thus, more successful. 314 pp.
paper NET 15.99
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Values. Interests. Beliefs. Energy.
Cassidy ShannonLSIG
Each person has a vibe that consists of
four specific pieces—values, interests,
beliefs, and energy sources. This workbook
is designed to take readers on a journey of
discovering their own vibe. 70 pp.
paper 20% 12.95
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I’m on LinkedIn, 4th Ed.
Now What???
Jason AlbaHBOT
Foreword by Bob Burg
The “bible” on LinkedIn focuses on strategies
and tactics to help readers understand what
LinkedIn is and how it fits into an online
marketing strategy (whether it is a personal
marketing strategy or a business/corporate
marketing strategy). The tactics are practical
and realistic. 130 pp.
paper NET 19.95
Wisdom for Winners
A Millionaire Mindset
Jim StovallDIP
On the heels of the New York
Times bestseller The Ultimate
Gift, Stovall brings to this work
the same wit, wisdom, and
millionaire experience that he
shares in his syndicated column,
“Winner’s Wisdom.” In his easyto-read style, Stovall has put
together a collection of practical
and powerful success tips and
tools. 180 pp.
Emma and the Evil Ingrown Toenail
Scott MulhollenLSIG
Emma Weeber, illustrator
Emma has hurt her toe in class which has
created an Ingrown Toenail. The Ingrown
Toenail is striking revenge as it taunts Emma
that it will eat her toe when she falls asleep!
Can Emma overcome the Evil Ingrown Toenail
or will she be without her big toe? 26 pp.
Jumpin’ Joey
Travis BaldreeLSIG
A whimsical tale of a young kangaroo trying
to “be like somebody else,” as the other
kangaroos would put it, striving to learn how
to jump even though his feet were definitely
not suited for the job. 28 pp.
paper 25% 9.99
Working with Independent Contractors, 8th
Stephen FishmanNOLO
A complete guide to hiring independent
contractors to meet business needs, from
ensuring compliance with state labor
and antidiscrimination laws to protecting
intellectual property to drafting and signing
agreements. Includes all the legal forms
readers need, and access to online forms.
360 pp.
paper 34.99
A Monster for Tea
Walter WilliamsLSIG
A little girl invites a monster to tea.The monster
did not know what tea was. He only knew
about eating people and animals and tearing
apart buildings and breathing fire. 32 pp.
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Zeus on Wall Street
Moria AvnimelechCAZL
An allegory of present-day world economy,
mythological heroes have their modernday equivalents in such serial hi-tech
entrepreneurs as Bill Gates, Steve Jobs,
and Larry Page. The similarities are striking:
Both cultures worship rationality and
efficiency, ingenuity and resourcefulness,
aggressiveness, risk taking, and the
inexorable drive to success. 320 pp.
paper NET 12.99
Buster’s St. Patrick’s Day
Debbe Hardymon MayLSIG
Tammy Ishmael-Eizman, illustrator
Join Buster and his animal friends as they
surprise Buster’s mistress with an entry in
the town’s St. Patrick’s Day. The antics of the
animals as they frolic and meet the challenge
of finding costumes at the last minute are
sure to make everyone smile. 34 pp.
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The Book of the Wise
When his father leaves for a year of military
service, 11-year-old Luke and the rest of his
family move into their grandparents’ home
in the remote town of Countryside, where he
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Zippy’s Club
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Lewis CarrollEVPE
John Tenniel, illustrator
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Eleanor T. BeatyLSIG
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Jade & the Deva
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Cormac Ó CadhlaighEVPE
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Supporting Windows 8.1: Exam Ref 70-688
Danny van DamMIPR
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Training Guide: Implementing an Advanced
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Amy Lynn SpitzleyLSIG
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iMovie: The Missing Manual®
David PogueOREI
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Assumption of Breach
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Jeffrey CarrOREI
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The Software Test Engineer’s Handbook, 2nd
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Learning OpenCV, 2nd Ed.
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Adrian KaehlerOREI
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Sensor Networks
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Emily GertzOREI
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Principles of Data Management, 2nd Ed.
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Keith GordonBIFC
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SAP® ERP Financials and FICO Handbook
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FileMaker Pro 13: The Missing Manual®
Susan ProsserOREI
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Windows RT Memory Dump Analysis
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Dmitry VostokovOAAB
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Artificial Intelligence Illuminated
Ben CoppinJONB
Coppin presents an overview of the
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AngularJS in Action
Brian FordMNPC
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Ford and Reubbelke cover everything needed
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Deploying OpenStack, 2nd Ed.
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Ken PeppleOREI
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Build Your Own Website
A Comic Tale of HTML, CSS, Dragons, and
Nate CooperNSCH
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Grails in Action, 2nd Ed.
Glen SmithMNPC
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A detailed guide to the Grails framework.
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Building SharePoint 2013 Workflow Solutions
Chris BeckettOREI
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Groovy in Action, 2nd Ed.
Dierk Konig et al.MNPC
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Building Web Applications with Ember.Js
Jesse CravensOREI
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HTML5 Canvas Game Essentials
Steve FultonOREI
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CORS in Action
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Monsur HossainMNPC
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Learning PHP, MySQL, JavaScript, CSS &
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A Step-By-Step Guide to Creating Dynamic
Robin NixonOREI
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Google Compute Engine
Marc Cohen et al.OREI
Readers learn how to build data-intensive
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Learning Responsive Web Design
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Clarissa PetersonOREI
Peterson shows how to design Web
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Social eCommerce
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Stephan Spencer et al.OREI
Highly respected experts in ecommerce,
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Test-Driven Web Development with Python
Harry PercivalOREI
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Neo4j in Action
Jonas Partner et al.MNPC
The authors offer a comprehensive guide to
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Using Joomla, 2nd Ed.
Ron SeverdiaOREI
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Whether readers are web designers or
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OAuth 2.0: The Definitive Guide
Aaron PareckiOREI
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Web Components in Action
Chris BuckettMNPC
Buckett provides a thorough introduction to
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Rails 4 in Action, 2nd Ed.
Ryan Bigg, et al.MNPC
A fully revised second edition of Rails 3
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Winning with WordPress Basics
Your Guide to Success with the World’s #1
Web Software
Victor M. Font Jr.LSIG
Designed for beginners and intermediate
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Scalatra in Action
Ivan Porto Carrero et al.MNPC
A comprehensive resource that introduces
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Developer Step by Step: Microsoft Azure
SQL Database
Leonard G. Lobel et al.MIPR
This hands-on guide to Azure SQL Database
fundamentals delivers step-by-step guidance
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master core topics and techniques. Ideal
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Akka in Action
Raymond Roestenburg et al.MNPC
A comprehensive tutorial on building
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A NOSQL Document Database and
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Erik SiegelOREI
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400 pp.
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ArcGIS Web Development
Rene RubalcavaMNPC
Beginning with an easy to follow introduction
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MVC Framework for Rich JavaScript Apps
Jason Michael PerryOREI
Perry shows readers how to take advantage
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BDD in Action
Behavior-Driven Development for the Whole
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John Ferguson SmartMNPC
Behavior-Driven Development starts with
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Functional Programming in Scala
Paul ChiusanoMNPC
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Becoming Functional
Steps for Transforming into a Functional
Joshua BackfieldOREI
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Functional Thinking
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Neal FordOREI
Learning the syntax of a new language is
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Concurrency in C# Cookbook
Stephen ClearyOREI
Concurrency is essential for creating fast
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Introducing Python
Modern Computing in Simple Packages
Bill LubanovicOREI
Lubanovic brings years of knowledge as
a programmer, system administrator, and
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fun to read and simple enough for nonprogrammers to use. He shows readers how
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PHP Cookbook, 3rd Ed.
Solutions & Examples for PHP Programmers
David SklarOREI
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This valuable cookbook has a wealth of
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range from beginner questions to advanced
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Java Cookbook, 3rd Ed.
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Ian F. DarwinOREI
This cookbook is a comprehensive collection
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870 pp.
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Programming Elixir
Dave ThomasPGIB
Foreword by José Valim
Thomas offers a guide to Elixir, a modern,
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Learn SCCM 2012 in a Month of Lunches
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James BannanMNPC
Bannan cuts to the chase and gets readers
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Programming JavaScript Applications
Robust Web Architecture with Node, HTML5,
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Eric ElliottOREI
By applying the design patterns outlined
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Microsoft .Net: Architecting Applications for
the Enterprise, 2nd Ed.
Dino EspositoMIPR
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Enterprise programming experts offer new
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Rails Workshop
A Hands-On Introduction
Anthony LewisNSCH
Hands-on examples throughout this guide
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MySQL Cookbook, 3rd Ed.
Solutions for Database Developers and
Paul DuBoisOREI
MySQL’s popularity has brought a flood of
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programmers of all levels. 600 pp.
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The Responsive Web
Matthew CarverMNPC
In a world of varied devices, browsers, and
changing standards, website design calls for
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APIs for Virtually Everything Through Python
Dimitrios Kouzis-LoukasOREI
This engaging guide shows readers how to
bypass the idiosyncracies of Web content
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Concepts of Investment and Retirement
Ben T. BernacchiLSIG
and Eleanor Bernacchi
Providing an insight into the basic building
blocks used in the development of a
structured financial plan, this guide includes
many data tables, charts, and graphs. It is
technical, but so is the development of a
structured financial plan. 268 pp.
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Spring in Action, 4th Ed.
Craig WallsMNPC
Continuing the practical, hands-on style of
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Java developers really need to understand
the Spring framework. Covers Spring 3.1
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For Love and Money
Reflections on the Essential Disciplines of
Institutional Investment Management, Life
and Happiness
Ralph E.W. LoaderCQUY
The idea that investment and faith are
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Retirement Solutions
Michael DallasFGAN
Realizing one’s retirement dreams is only
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Mac OS X Core Dump Analysis Accelerated,
Version 2.0
Dmitry VostokovOAAB
The full transcript of Software Diagnostics
Services (former Memory Dump Analysis
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memory analysis patterns diagnosed in 64bit process core memory dumps. 406 pp.
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Retirement Solutions
R in Action, 2nd Ed.
Data Analysis and Graphics with R
Robert L. KabacoffMNPC
The second edition of this trusted
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100 Questions & Answer about Esophogeal
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Pamela K. Ginex, Ed.D., RN, OCN, et al.
The only text to provide the doctor’s
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The Complete Male Menopause Guide
Brady HowardLSIG
There is a great deal of unawareness and
confusion about Andropause, commonly
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to the complex sexual, physical, emotional
and psychological changes men experience
throughout their lives. 152 pp.
paper 10% 14.97
Kitchen Survivor
Christa DavisonRDGK
An excellent gift for high-school, college, or
university graduates, this collection of both
unique and standard recipes is designed to
help those who are either on their own for
the first time or want to expand their abilities
in the kitchen. 170 pp.
paper 5% 24.00
The Super Soup Diet
Lose Weight and Stay Healthy with Slimming
Soups for Every Age
Julie GabrielPTMD
A weight-loss plan that will transform the
way one cooks and help a person become
slimmer faster—that all starts with the soup.
Readers will learn the secret “souper” power
that can program their bodies to lose pounds
while they feel full and happy. 332 pp.
paper 16.88
Detengan La Locura Tiroidea
La Revolucion de Los Pacientes En Contra
de Decadas de Tratamiento Tiroideo de Mala
Janie A. Bowthorpe, M.Ed.LCBV
An informative bible of thyroid treatment,
as successfully experienced by patients
worldwide, this guide strives to educate the
reader and create needed change. Spanish
ed. 370 pp.
paper NET 24.95
Bling It Up!
Super Cute Craft Techniques to Add Decoden
Sparkle to Phone Cases, Purses, Jewelry &
Choly KnightDSNO
Inspired by a trending Japanese-style
craft, this guide includes 16 outrageously
whimsical projects that illustrate how to
make highly stylized, colorful, and over-thetop decoden compositions. 48 pp.
paper 7.99
Essential Lessac
Honoring the Familiar in Body, Mind, Spirit
Arthur LessacRBVN
and Deborah Kinghorn
Honoring the familiar in body, mind, and
spirit, Essential Lessac offers physical
instruction for well-being, and a concrete
path out of anger, depression, and hate into
happiness, trust, and love. 138 pp.
paper 12.00
Civil War Woodworking, Volume II
More Authentic Projects for Woodworkers
and Reenactors
A. J. HamlerLNDN
The sequel to Hamler’s acclaimed Civil
War Woodworking, this work is a unique
reproductions of Civil War-era furniture and
wooden camp gear. Projects have a range of
difficulties and include fully illustrated stepby-step instruction. 160 pp.
paper 24.95
Feeding Baby
Cynthia CherryLSIG
Cherry explains everything one needs to
know to feed a child from newborn to 24
months of age. Topics include breast feeding,
baby formula, store bought vs. homemade
baby food, recipes, equipment, kitchenware,
natural food, organic food, charts, scheduling,
and much more. 120 pp.
paper 20% 13.97
Modern Nature-Inspired Quilts
Make 25 Beautiful Projects—No Rulers or
Templates Required
Bernadette MayrDSNO
Award-winning quilt artist Mayr shares
26 imaginative projects accompanied by
15 lavishly illustrated tutorials for making
youthful modern quilts, wall hangings,
cushions, and even a kid’s backpack using
free cutting techniques—all inspired by the
natural world around us. 128 pp.
paper 24.99
Grandma’s Remedies
Tzipora AvitzurCAZL
A wonderful collection of grandma’s
remedies gleaned from ancient wisdom that
passed on through the ages. These remedies
have been around for many centuries, and
are completely natural, based on herbal and
mineral formulas that have been tried and
true by generations of people worldwide.
268 pp.
paper NET 9.99
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Paracord Outdoor Gear Projects
Simple Instructions for Survival Bracelets
and Other DIY Projects for the Outdoors
Joel HooksFOXP
Discover how to use versatile paracord
to create attractive and useful survival
bracelets, lanyards, pouches, straps, slings,
fobs, and more. This guide offers easy
projects for making outdoor gear, plus
practical advice on tools and materials. Ideal
for the beginning paracordist. 48 pp.
paper 9.99
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Dirty Little Secrets
Restraint and Seclusion in America’s Schools
Helena StephensonHIMN
The issue of seclusion and restraint in
schools is widespread across the nation, yet
unknown to many parents. It is critical for
parents of children with learning disabilities
to be aware of this alarming practice,
because the cases that are most often seen
involve children with disabilities. 156 pp.
paper NET 14.99
Friends to the Rescue
Mildred Elaine HopkinsGCBX
Rex’s class begins studying the causes
of bullying and how to combat it. The
excellent opportunity for students to share
their personal experiences and feelings
about bullying. 94 pp.
paper NET 8.00
Savor Each Stitch
Studio Quilting with Mindful Design
Carolyn FriedlanderLKSM
An exploration of how selecting different
materials and playing with a variety of
design concepts can impact the end result
of a quilting design. Eight quilts illustrate
how each design decision can impact the
direction of a quilt. 144 pp.
paper 26.95
Instructional Guide: No Bones about It
Learning the Multiplication Math Facts
Using Patterns
Vicki R. AdamsLSIG
This instructional guide provides teaching
strategies and black-line masters to assist
educators to teach the multiplication facts
using Napier’s bones and brain-friendly
learning patterns. The instructional guide
complements the book, No Bones About It:
Learning the Multiplication Math Facts Using
Patterns As Told By A. Mouse. 44 pp.
paper 18.99
Persona Non Grata with Diabetes
Paul CathcartLSIG
Offering an understanding of diabetic
emotion over life-defining moments, this
work bridges the gap between professional
understanding and who diabetics are. 426
Invasion of the MOOCs
The Promises and Perils of Massive Open
Online Courses
Steven D. KrausePIR
and Charles Lowe, editors
A collection of 21 essays about the
phenomenon of “Massive Online Open
Courses” written by faculty who developed
and taught MOOCs in 2012 and 2013,
students who participated in those MOOCs,
and academics and observers who have
first-hand experience with MOOCs and
higher education. 254 pp.
paper 5% 30.00
PREbiotics, Not Probiotics
Frank W. Jackson, M.D.LSIG
A clinical gastroenterologist provides a
physician’s look at the digestive system—
specifically the complex bacterial factory
that everyone has. Then he discusses how
the function of the gut and its bacterial actors
participate in the dynamics of many of the
common gastrointestinal disorders. 232 pp.
paper 14.95
An Illustrated Guide for Men on Sexually
Satisfying Women
Edward Kenneth WatsonLSIG
Geoffrey Klepeis, illustrator
A multidimensional sex education book that
helps men become “sex gods” and even
more importantly, helps them develop and
maintain lasting and loving partnerships
with their women. Orgasmic doesn’t just
help men become better lovers, it helps them
become better partners and better husbands.
224 pp.
Aligning Life
The Stinson Wellness Model
David D. Stinson, M.Ed.FOGK
The Stinson Wellness Model helps people
build wellness into their lives by encouraging
wise decision making and authentic living in
order for a person to contribute their talents
and uniqueness to society. 120 pp.
paper NET 16.95
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The Best-Kept Secrets of Parenting
18 Principles That Can Change Everything
Brad WilcoxFMLS
and Jerrick Robbins
suggestions that can truly make a difference
in a family. “A must read for anyone who
cares about putting family first!”—Sean
Covey, author of The 7 Habits of Highly
Effective Teens. 184 pp.
paper 14.95
The Great Healthy Yard Project
Our Yards, Our Children, Our Responsibility
Diane Lewis, M.D.SWTR
“Lewis brings us findings on the links
between lawn and garden chemicals and
childhood diseases such as autism, ADHD,
diabetes, and obesity. Who wouldn’t trade
a green lawn to protect their children’s
health?”—Jayni and Chevy Chase
paper 24.95
Coming of Age
Ann Marie MeltzerHLEY
Ann Linde, illustrator
Lively poetry and occasional prose embracing
the fact of aging by a septuagenarian dancer
in love with life and movement. 112 pp.
paper 20% 12.00
Peace Out
Charles WilkinsonRDCP
Inspired by Wilkinson’s award-winning
documentary of the same name, this
fascinating work uses clarity and a good deal
of wit to connect readers to the sweeping
issue of energy supply that is rapidly
transforming our world. 184 pp.
Forgot to Say Goodbye
The Cherelle Clarke Story
Lisa SeymourFBVS
A heartfelt story of a mother’s despair after
she loses her 14-year-old daughter to suicide
following a brutal beating by a local gang
and the suicide of the girl’s stepfather. 158
paper 20% 14.95
Rise of the Phoenix
Voices from Chicago’s Black Struggle 19601975
Useni E. PerkinsTHIR
Preface by Julieanna Richardson
Perkins presents a collection of personal
narratives that articulate the political, social,
religious, and cultural experiences of many
who participated in Chicago’s black struggle
for self-determination, self-reliance, and
equality during the civil rights and Black
Power movements. 520 pp.
paper 32.95
Green Mama
Giving Your Child a Healthy Start and a
Greener Future
Manda Aufochs GillespieDUND
From detoxifying the nursery to choosing
healthy food and skincare options, Green
Mama helps parents make the best decisions
for protecting their children as well as the
environment. 168 pp.
paper 19.99
Martha Sears WestLSIG
Gentle, imaginative Hetty feels at home with
her kindly parents but struggles to find her
place in a new school. She takes refuge in
her secret forest hideaway. When an accident
forces her to rely on others, will Hetty find
what it takes to grow up and fit in? And is a
mysterious stranger watching over her? 186
paper 13.95
Balance for Busy Moms
A Stress-Free Guide to Tranquility
compiled by Heather EdenLSIG
Whatever a woman’s circumstance may
be, every mom is soul connected with a
nurturing love that can move mountains
and change the world. Their dependents and
loved ones thrive from this love they carry.
208 pp.
paper NET 17.95
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How to Be Alone Without Feeling Lonely
Ida Greene, Ph.D.POKI
People believe that because someone is old,
it means she or he is not beautiful. This belief
is completely wrong. Green explains how to
counter the mental programs that put limits
on happiness, which pushes people to selfrejection and to reject other people as good,
bad, ugly, or pretty. 96 pp.
paper 17.95
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Mistress of Night and Dawn
An Eighty Days Novel
Vina JacksonONRE
International bestselling author Jackson
presents a seductive story that spans
the globe. As she becomes the star of an
exclusive, decadent ball, little does Aurelia
know that she is coming closer to discovering
the truth about her mysterious benefactor,
her own past, and the identity of the one man
she has ever truly loved. 354 pp.
paper 14.99
Listen to ME!!!
Your Child and Your Divorce
Daniel GottliebCAZL
Direct quotes from children—taken from
deep discussions in the psychologist’s
office—make it easy for parents to better
understand their children’s emotional
experiences throughout the process of
divorce. 111 pp.
NET 17.99
Sapphire Blue
G. DoucetteWBXQ
uncomplicated, and she likes it that way.
But when Argent Leeds, the internationally
famous playboy and raconteur, visits Mara’s
museum, he brings with him the most
exciting archeological discovery in decades:
the Pazuzu gemstones. Mara’s boring life has
suddenly gotten very complicated, and she is
caught up in a sexual adventure that is either
the most exciting time of her life or the most
terrifying. 206 pp.
paper 17.50
Love Never Fails
Wrestling with Autism
Linda ShannonBLOK
Contains real-life stories of bizarre spiritual
battles, heartfelt conversations with God,
poetry teemed with passion, and sweet
victories achieved while raising a child
diagnosed with autism (PDD) at the age of
eight. 96 pp.
paper 5% 12.95
St. Barts
Emme CrossWBXQ
Sunny O’Hara hopes to call the tiny slice of
France her new home. Enter Sven Larsen, a
Hollywood bad boy, a movie star in the making.
He’s on St. Barts for what could be a careerchanging role. As lust between them flares into
love, someone decides to take drastic action
and the romance between the virgin and the
movie star takes a tragic turn. 328 pp.
paper 20.50
Now You Tell Me!
12 Parents of Autistic Children Give the Best
Advice They Never Got
Sheridan ScottARNP
Few books offer advice on how to successfully
raise a child with autism while finding a
balance between their child’s condition and
having a successful life. This continuation of
the Now You Tell Me! series serves to inform
those parents and provide the guidance to
support them. 200 pp.
paper 15.95
The Big Hit
James Neal HarveyMYUS
In Harvey’s first new thriller in more than
15 years, a starlet’s murder draws an NYPD
detective into a cross-country manhunt.
Tracking the self-assured assassin leads the
PI first to Las Vegas, then to California—
where blue sky and palm trees cannot
distract him from the darkness within the
hitman’s heart. 434 pp.
paper 14.99
The Single Mum’s Survival Guide
How to Pick Up the Pieces and Build a Happy
New Life
Vivienne SmithMGAM
For stressed-out and struggling single
moms everywhere, Smith offers at last a
“how-to” manual for every aspect of single
motherhood including: breaking the news of
a divorce, healing the hurt, managing legal
issues and money, co-parenting with an
ex, finding personal time, and the do’s and
don’ts of dating again. 188 pp.
paper 17.95
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The Blackstone Perfection
Dennis BowenLSIG
In the second book of the International
Thriller series, Magus Crayle seeks truths
about himself and his past. He discovers
a core truth—he is the hero, the killer, the
lover, and the spy. He is, at once, all of these
things and much, much more. 334 pp.
5% 24.95
The Confessional
A Beach Murder Mystery
Reiny PiersonKATB
Sarah Tazewell, a cerebral, highly intuitive
woman, senses a presence in the
confessional booth that she and her husband
purchase. Later, the voices become only one
voice: that of a murderer who conforms to a
ritual of murder and confession. 200 pp.
paper 16.95
The Bleiberg Project
A Consortium Thriller
David KharaLFNH
Are Hitler’s atrocities really over? For
depressive Wall Street trader Jeremy Corbin,
absolute truths become undeniable lies
overnight. “A solid thriller.”—Publishers
Weekly. 280 pp.
paper 16.95
Rise of the Fallen
Seyi DavidLSIG
Ex priest Aaron Cohen has 30 days to stop
a devastating attack on Earth from elusive
and ruthless forces, but events soon took
an alarming turn for the worse. Set against
an extraordinary and enigmatic church of
St. Mary, Axum in Ethiopia, Aaron fights
demons, escapes assassins’ bullets, and
every attempt to halt impending doom
seems slimmer than ever. 644 pp.
paper NET 17.47
The Buses
Katrina StambouliehPGSK
Lucy Owen has lost her house and made the
bizarre decision to live on a school bus at the
bus garage where she worked as a driver.
While Lucy was sleeping on one of the buses,
school board member Brian Foster is brutally
murdered in a swamp behind the garage.
Each member of the school board meets an
untimely death, all seemingly unrelated and
innocent. Could it be that fate and justice
have aligned to make things right, or is it the
long arm of the mob? 214 pp.
paper 16.95
David D. WilliamsLSIG
For some, betraying justice is a small price to
pay for riches. For others, the truth is more
important than money. When deceit and
integrity clash, gamesmanship controls the
outcome. 494 pp.
paper 20% 18.95
William P. WoodTPC
Hector Molina controls Gangland. From
behind prison bars, he rules a ruthless gang
of renegades who deal in extortion, drugs,
and death. Assistant D.A. Mike Swanson
needs to penetrate Gangland . . . and fast.
He’s got to break through the federal fence,
get to Molina, and convict him of murder—
before someone ends up dead. 420 pp.
paper 17.95
Call It Pretending
Frances di PlinoLSIG
A series of murders with nothing to connect
the victims except the manner of death and
a note left at each crime scene. Detective
Inspector Paolo Storey has just six weeks to
find the killer. Without clues or even a hint of
motive, he feels as if he’s tracking a ghost.
272 pp.
paper 5% 8.99
Chita Quest
Brinn ColendaLSIG
Were American POWs left behind at the end
of the Vietnam War? Colonel Tom Callahan is
driven to find out. His own father is still listed
as Missing In Action. What Callahan doesn’t
understand is how politically explosive the
issue is, domestically and internationally.
288 pp.
paper 10% 14.95
July 2014
The Mask Maker
Wayne SummersLSIG
Sean and Kira are back! Their love and their
bond are growing but so are their unique
abilities. All of which are about to be put to
the test when a desperate FBI agent contacts
Kira to see if her skills, painting with the
ashes of the deceased, might help him catch
an elusive arsonist with a gruesome MO. 310
paper 16.95
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The Murder House
Simon BeaufortSVHL
PC Helen Anderson commits a cardinal error
when she takes files for an upcoming court
case home to study. And the minute they
fall into the wrong hands, Helen’s ordinary,
uneventful life begins to spiral out of
control . . . culminating in a gruesome and
extraordinary murder. 416 pp.
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Blood Destiny, 2nd Ed.
A Blood Curse Novel
Tessa DawnGBVU
He is a lethal vampire, bound by an ancient
curse. She is an agent of homeland security,
investigating a dangerous cult. Theirs is a
blood destiny about to unfold. 368 pp.
paper 14.84
By Faerie Light
Volumes One & Two
David GrossLSIG
Eighteen dark, intense fantasy tales of the
fae filled with equal measures of fright and
fancy from Gross, Elaine Cunningham, Erin
Hoffman, Shanna Germain, Cat Rambo,
Jennifer Brozek, James L. Sutter, Minerva
Zimmerman, Jeffrey Scott Peterssen, Christie
Yant, Lillian Cohen-Moore, Torah Cottrill,
Erik Scott de Bie, Andrew Penn Romine, Ed
Greenwood, Amber E. Scott, Jaaym Gates,
Nathan Crowder, and Julia B. Ellingboe. 236
paper NET 19.99
The Names of the Days
A Novel of the 2011 Egyptian Revolution
Herbert L. SmithBLOK
For 18 days in 2011, desperate crowds
swarmed Tahrir Square in Cairo to demand
that Hosni Mubarak, the president of
Egypt, abandon his dictatorship, and free
the country. The Names of the Days is a
fictional story of the battles in Tahrir that
accomplished the heroic coup. 214 pp.
paper 5% 15.95
Plagues of Eden
Sharon LinnéaARNP
and B.K. Sherer
Army Chaplain Jaime Richards and (her
now-husband) the mysterious Yani return
to stop a madman from raining the modern
equivalents of the 10 plagues of Egypt on the
world. Can they decipher the clues before the
firstborn sons of modern rulers are killed,
leading to a new World War? 450 pp.
paper 9.95
Dark Descent
Marlene PerezOITT
The second in a line of three exciting new
urban fantasy novels where the son of
the Fates must travel to the underworld.
Nyx Fortuna, still reeling from Elizabeth’s
betrayal, has no time to rest. His cousin
Claire has gone missing and his aunts, the
three Fates, are threatening that if he doesn’t
find her, Elizabeth will suffer. 288 pp.
paper 20% 16.00
Dark Rock Chronicles
Marco GuadalupiLSIG
Matt, Axl, Duff, and Saul live in a universe
where rock music is the center of everyone’s
daily life. Their dream is to become a
professional rock band, but a psychologically
disturbed demon forces them to participate
in the Rock Warriors Tournament, a legendary
and bloody competition where musical
instruments become weapons and where
dragons, crazy metal-heads, and dirty hits
are permitted. 228 pp.
paper 20% 18.99
A Thriller
H.L. SudlerARHK
It’s summertime in Rehoboth Beach,
Delaware, and everything is beautiful.
But this summer will be different because
devastating secrets threaten to destroy a
family and nearly everyone they will come to
know. 440 pp.
paper NET 17.00
Darkness Descends
Joseph ScarzoneJARJ
In the thrilling third novel of the Sister Quest
Chronicles, Scarzone continues the quest of
young Kristina and Arianna Taite, who are
thrown into a nightmare that seeks to feed
upon their innocence. As they battle for their
lives, they soon discover how bleak and dark
evil can become. 430 pp.
Tanith LeeIMMN
A dark speculative thriller, this is the seventh
in Lee’s captivating The Colouring Book
series. 232 pp.
paper 20% 20.99
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Immortal Clash
James McNallyBLOK
Nineteen years after defeating the Dark
Father, Maggie is after the werewolves
responsible for her lycanthropy. She is about
to go behind enemy lines to destroy them
from the inside. 242 pp.
paper 5% 15.95
Deadly Desert Winds
Vladimir Verano, illustrator
Kathy Mok, translator
In the fifth volume of the Grave Robbers’
Chronicles, Uncle Three finally tells his
side of the story, but his nephew still feels
skeptical. But when mysterious videotapes
show up in the mail, with scenes that are
mystifying, horrible, and involve faces that
are much too familiar, they bring questions
that demand action and answers.
paper 9.95
A 1960s Novel
Glen Alan BurkeKATB
Jesse Savorie stood out as a black student
at his all-white 1960’s Alabama school. But
Jesse was no ordinary human. If only he can
survive the hangman’s noose and the forces
of evil, his destiny may be realized, and his
life may have miraculous effects upon the
world he lives in. 330 pp.
paper 18.95
Book One of The December People Series
Sharon BaylissLSIG
Eleven years ago, David’s secret second
family went missing. When his two lost
children are finally found, he learns they
suffered years of unthinkable abuse. Keeping
his life together becomes harder when the
new children claim to be dark wizards like
their mother. 250 pp.
paper 14.99
Mistress of the Solstice
Anna KashinaLSIG
Baba Yaga, Leshy, Vodyanoi, and the ancient
animal deities come alive in this beautifully
crafted story that will take readers into the
authentic world of Russian fairy tales—with
a dark, sensual twist. 214 pp.
paper 20% 15.95
The Geek Zodiac Compendium
James F. WrightLSIG
and Josh Eckert
The Geek Zodiac is a new way of looking at
astrology. Through the lens of geek culture
it reimagines the 12 astrological signs, each
with its corresponding element of nature and
an epic mythology all its own. 224 pp.
20% 59.95
L.A. MangoAVEE
No one wants to turn 17-years-old and face
the Unknown. There’s nowhere to hide in
the Unknown, and there’s nowhere to go.
Just you, a dangerous obstacle in front of
you, and five pairs of eyes watching to see if
you’re worth living and have what it takes to
be the island’s soldier. 322 pp.
paper 18.95
The Hole Behind Midnight
Clinton BoomerLSIG
Royden Poole is strong-armed into
investigating a break-in, a bizarre theft,
two missing persons, and a shooting with
no body. All he wants to do is go back to
pretending he’s dead. And that’s just a warm
up. 448 pp.
paper NET 19.99
Book One of the Chronicle of Diana Furnaval
Lisa MortonJAQJ
In 19th-century Victorian England, a young
widow finds that she has inherited more than
her late husband’s property: The Furnavals
serve as the ancestral keepers of supernatural
portals scattered around the globe. When
demonic entities begin crossing over, Lady
Diana realizes that a war is brewing, and she
must be the one to confront it. 284 pp.
paper 18.95
The Hybrid
Teresa Marie WallaceSFDX
Annabel Morgan always felt as if she didn’t
belong. But, upon meeting seemingly
perfect Shaw Weatherly, she finds her life
completely altered in every way. It isn’t long
before she discovers Shaw’s secret. He’s
something more than human. And to make
things worse, he’s with her because of what
she is. The only female of their alien hybrid
race. 264 pp.
paper 20% 13.95
July 2014
A Portion of the Eternal
Maurice Jovan BillingtonCEOV
Innocence stolen. Love denied. Liv finds
herself torn, haunted by memories of her
dead boyfriend, tormented by those who may
have killed him, and drawn to a mysterious
new student who brings with him not only
redemption and revenge, but the chance for
her to live again. 342 pp.
paper 15.99
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Saray Fay OlsonSFDX
In the kingdom of Asteria, Layla has dreamt
of nothing but royal balls and falling in
love. On her 16th birthday, she receives the
invitation to the annual Autumn Ball, and it
doesn’t seem like life could get any better
when the Prince falls for her. But the fairy tale
is short-lived as Layla soon learns the truth
about her murdered parents and is given a
sapphire that changes her life. 360 pp.
paper 20% 14.95
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The Vampire’s Revenge
Wayne HancockLSIG
In book two of The Vampire Rebellion series,
Sheriff LaTourette is mistaken when he
thinks the vampires are gone for good from
Burgundy County. His wife is kidnapped, and
he is faced with having to form a posse to go
after the Sabbat Clan which took her captive.
280 pp.
paper NET 14.99
Silver Majesty
Lea CarterLSIG
Princess Rebecca never expected to agree
to an arranged marriage—or to wearing the
queen’s crown. But now, to secure a peaceful
future for the Silver Fairy Tribe, she faces
what may well prove to be an impossible
situation. Emotions run high as motivations
are examined, hearts are forever changed,
and the future becomes the present for
gallant young fairies. 294 pp.
paper 20% 7.99
American 419 and other stories
Adetokunbo AbiolaLFIR
Set in modern-day Nigeria, American 419
and other stories dramatically captures the
emotional and physical consequences of
sectarian warfare, “get rich quick” scams,
environmental rape, and personal suffering
caused by corporate interests, poverty, and
the struggles to attain money, status, and
material goods. 248 pp.
paper NET 16.95
Tales of the Hidden World
Simon R. GreenONRM
Seventeen delightfully unexpected stories
from New York Times-bestselling author
Green—including a brand-new adventure
of the Droods—take readers deep into
the Darkside, embroil them in the Secret
Histories, and lead them into the shadowy
places where monsters and demons roam.
240 pp.
paper 14.99
Animal Tales
John FraserMNBL
The theme of the three stories that make up
Fraser’s brilliant new literary tour de force is
sacrifice: sacrifice for others, for those close
to one, or as a once-religious, generalized
act. 214 pp.
NET 23.99
Tales of the Shadowmen 10
Esprit de Corps
J-M and Randy Lofficier, editorsHWOC
The very special 10th anniversary issue of
Tales of the Shadowmen, the only anthology
dedicated to international heroes and villains
of pulp literature, contains a pantheon
of contributors from Australia, Canada,
England, France, and the United States, all
celebrating great detectives and master
villains. 448 pp.
paper 20% 26.95
Bahamian Rhapsody
James P. Reno IIIJBBD
Beautiful beaches and amazing local people
are the vibrant backdrop to a tropical island
adventure that begins when a family leaves
their safe California lifestyle and takes up
residence in the Bahamas. 328 pp.
paper 14.95
Twisted Boulevard
Tales of Urban Fantasy
Angela Charmaine Craig, editorEBIR
A woman, seduced by the city, undergoes
her own metamorphosis. A young boy falls
for an otherworldly fugitive. A frightened
woman tries desperately to escape the light
of the moon. Twisted Boulevard contains 27
tales of urban fantasy by O.J. Cade, Paul L.
Bates, Eric Del Carlo, Jenny Barber, Adam
Millard, Jennifer Greylyn, Gregory L. Norris,
Gene Stewart, Gerri Leen, and others. 290 pp.
paper 10% 15.00
The Bartender
Appetite for Destruction
Axel MatfinLSIG
Mercenary Bartender Tom Wolfe returns, in
the second book of The Bartender series,
and he’s caught the middle of a caper of
calamitous intent! Armed with his wits and
a mystery .38 revolver, he dives deeper into
the nefarious neon of the inner city nightlife.
186 pp.
paper 20.00
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The Bottom Rail
Susan LindsleyTMAX
Seeking a future, the Carter families
move from their bootlegging home in the
mountains to middle Georgia. By 1946, they
expand their enterprises to include murder,
bootlegging, cattle rustling, election fraud,
and interracial affairs. 282 pp.
paper 25% 14.95
Before We Fall
The Beautifully Broken Series
Courtney ColeFOVE
When jaded Dominic and strong-willed Jacey
are thrown together, the combination of his
secrets and her issues turns their attraction
into the perfect storm. 400 pp.
paper 20% 17.00
Betwixt and Between
Miltiades B. HatzopoulosADOV
Irene Noel-Baker, translator
While the era of British colonialism in Cyprus
is coming to a violent end, Dimitri tries to
come to terms with the consequences of the
political turmoil on his own life. A nostalgic
story about the psychology of an adolescent
torn between different worlds, and about the
complexities of life and love in the social and
historical mosaic of 1950’s colonial Cyprus.
348 pp.
paper 18.99
Carnal Sacraments
A Historical Novel of the Future Set in the
Last Quarter of the 21st Century
Perry M. BrassBLHU
Jeffrey Cooper, Alabama-born design star, has
made a pact with the Devil. No matter what age
he is, the mega-corporation running the world
will keep him looking movie-star young and
handsome. His past, his history, and his heart
catch up with him when he meets a handsome
young Dutchman who offers him his real soul
back—but with even a higher price than the
Corporation is making him pay. 318 pp.
paper 25% 17.95
The Big Book of In-Your-Face Gay Etiquette
Daniel CurzonLAEX
In some places it is the best of times to be
gay. In other places it is the worst. This is the
third and completely updated 21st-century
edition of the classic, bestselling reference
for Gay Proper Etiquette. Revised and
expanded for any sophisticated audience,
some interesting millennial changes have
occurred over the years from 1982 to the
present. 358 pp.
paper 5% 18.54
Chasing Butterflies in the Magical Garden
Jorja DuPont OlivaCVPI
Lizzy goes in search of her identity and finds
the lasting power of friendship. Her childhood
friend reunites her with a former high-school
classmate, who had been rumored to talk to
the dead. Dee and her magical garden take
Lizzy for the ride of a lifetime. She learns that
if she looks beyond the things she cannot see,
she may find what she is looking for. 220 pp.
paper NET 14.95
Big Men’s Boots
Book One: The Way
Emily BarrosoLSIG
Owen Evans has been decoding dreams
since he was a young child, but when he
begins to have encounters with angels as
a young teenager, he comes to understand
that his life is not going to be an ordinary
one, particularly when he realizes he can
see into The Kingdom of Darkness and The
Kingdom of Light. 242 pp.
paper 20.99
Chasing Butterflies in the Magical Garden
NET 19.95
Dead Man’s Drive
A Rot Rods Novel
Michael PanushLSIG
La Cruz has some dark secrets and its
guardians. They are the supernaturally adept
drivers of Donovan Motors, including former
Okie bank robber Wooster Stokes, Zoot Suiter,
and part-time shaman Angel Rey, burgeoning
sorceress Betty Bright, and an amnesiac
zombie known only as Roscoe. The drivers
stand between La Cruz and chaos with only
their wits and some fast hot rods. 242 pp.
paper 14.99
Black Clock No. 18
Steve Erickson, editorBDMR
In an age that defies the definitive, Black Clock
No. 18 offers its version of the cinematic
“director’s cut.” This edition is filled with
those cherished artistic detours that finally
were abandoned for the sake of the whole.
232 pp.
paper 17.00
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Dead Reckoning
Karen PerkinsLSIG
Born in Spanish Panama in 1659, Leo
witnesses the violent rape and murder of
his mother by three of the Caribbean’s most
feared pirates and swears revenge at all costs.
Gabriella is trapped in an abusive marriage
to a ruthless Dutch slave trader, who is in
business with the same English cut-throats.
Leo and Gabriella meet aboard one of the
most horrific ships in the Caribbean and join
forces against their common enemy. 454 pp.
paper 21.99
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Everything I Couldn’t Tell My Mother
Pauleanna ReidLSIG
Aaliyah Panarese, the teenage daughter of
successful, overprotective parents—and
an abusive mother, escapes life’s harsh
realities by journaling heartfelt letters to her
mother inside a diary, hoping that one day
they will be the keys to rebuilding trust and
strengthening the emotional connection that
is lacking between them. 298 pp.
paper 24.95
Richard D. BankLSIG
Philadelphia attorney David Gold has never
done a daring thing in his life—until he meets
Jacob Feig, a survivor of Auschwitz, who
stands accused of murder. “As [Gold] listens
to the stories of survivors, he emerges from
his safe isolation—and his insistence that
they share their hardest, deepest secrets
leads to a deeper connection to the world.”—
Simone Zelitch, Assistant Chair of Literature
and Creative Writing, Community College of
Philadelphia 184 pp.
paper 20% 15.95
The Don
Story of an Actor
David BloombergANAB
On a visit to London, the main protagonist,
Arthur Mullan, is abandoned in England by
his boxer father and is placed in a Catholic
boarding school where his sexuality is
exploited. He rises to become a famous
English actor but his bisexuality and
dependence on alcohol and drugs accelerate
periodic downfalls. 220 pp.
paper 25% 23.99
Forest of Lies
Chris SpeyerLSIG
A teen dystopian thriller in a climate-changed
world. When a massive tidal surge floods
London, teenaged Mark flees the destruction
to stay with his cousin Ashanti in the Great
West Forest. But where does Ashanti go at
night? Attempting to solve the mystery, Mark
triggers a catastrophic chain of events. 292
paper 14.99
The Ever After of Ella and Micha
Jessica SorensenFOVE
Micha will stand by Ella no matter what
she’s going through, though he worries that
she might leave him standing at the altar
again. When he’s offered a once-in-a-lifetime
chance to tour with his favorite bands for
three months, Micha knows he can’t leave
Ella behind. But can he ask her to uproot her
life to join him on the road? 272 pp.
paper 20% 17.00
The Froggitt Chain
Katharine Ann AngelQAEZ
Milkman Peter Froggitt is stressed out and
when life overwhelms him he always runs.
Now he is terrified. In his new stealth-camper,
he heads north, running from the memory of
a dead woman, his fear of the Watcher on the
scrubland, and from his own interminable
loneliness. 412 pp.
paper 25% 14.99
Going Down
Chris CampanioniLSIG
During the day, Chris Selden becomes a
commodity, a body that is traded and sold,
merchandised and marketed. At night, he
is a journalist for the Star-Ledger. Soon
he is living two lives, both of which are
based on their own set of fabrications. But
Selden discovers that he is also drifting
downward, falling into a state in which he
barely recognizes himself, becoming further
enveloped in a culture where even reality is a
copy of a copy. 326 pp.
paper NET 18.95
Everlasting Romance
An American Love Story
Antwan ‘Ant’ Bank$LSIG
and Melisha Ross
From the backdrop of the ATL, the hottest city
in the South, comes a compelling love story
about several friends and their adventures
in college at the A.U. and their professional
careers while in the city of Atlanta. 444 pp.
paper 33.89
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Happiness Ltd.
Michael McGheeLFIR
A darkly comic thriller with a chilling vision
of the consumer culture’s future. The world’s
biggest corporations have united to form the
first global nation, promising a new era of
prosperity. Happiness Ltd. governs countries
like a business. But when star employee
Nelson Young falls in love with Celia, a
disenfranchised rebel, he becomes a liability.
304 pp.
paper NET 17.95
The Last Detail and Cinderella Liberty
Darryl PonicsanAHIR
The classic bestselling novels The Last Detail
and Cinderella Liberty are reprinted in a
special edition with a new Foreword by the
author. These classics of American literature
represent a rich reading experience and are
pithy, satirical and truer-than-true snapshots
of real life in the Navy. 358 pp.
paper 19.95
Heart and Soul
A Medical Suspense Novel
Fred L. HelmsKATB
David McAllister is a respected medical
school professor and heart transplant
surgeon with a very ill teenage patient
waiting for a heart. And maybe something
more. Dr. McAllister begins to wonder that
he might be transplanting not only the
physical heart, but a part of the donor’s soul.
The race is on to find the right heart and save
her life. 300 pp.
paper 18.95
The Left Lane 2
Keith T. HodgeDELB
A self-made hustler from rural Virginia,
Tyrone is on an intense paper chase that
threatens to take away what he cherishes
most: life with his soon-to-be baby’s mother,
Telina. Well aware that he’s playing with fire,
Tyrone knows he has to give up a big part
of his hustle in order to save his struggling
relationship. 276 pp.
paper 15.00
Lie Lay Lain
Bryn GreenwoodAHIR
Jennifer has a great job and a go-getter
fiancé. She’s on track for success, until she
witnesses a fatal hit-and-run. Mistaking
Jennifer for someone else, the dying victim
extracts an impossible promise. Where
Jennifer’s promise and Olivia’s lie intersect,
their lives begin to unravel. 362 pp.
paper 17.95
Immoral Tales
An Erotic Odyssey between London and
Andreas KarayanADOV
Weaving personal experience with modern
social and historical events, internationally
acclaimed Cypriot artist Karayan brings forth
a work inhabited by colorful characters that
captures the essence of life. A candid literary
erotic odyssey, and the winner of the Cypriot
National Prize for Literature, 2011. 150 pp.
paper 15.90
Life on a One Way Lane
Haim GreenfeldCAZL
One shocking day, Uri is diagnosed with a
severe form of leukemia, and in that instant,
his life as he has always known it is turned
upside down. At the hospital, Uri slowly
realizes that the department manager is an
insane doctor who wants him to sacrifice his
body to science. 276 pp.
paper NET 11.99
The Journals of Raymond Brooks
Amit BobrovCAZL
Growing up during the Dark Ages was no
easy feat. Reaching old age was highly
unlikely. These are the journals of Raymond
Brooks, a mythical figure from the Dark Ages,
uncovering the mysteries and adventures
he experienced during his unimaginable
lifespan. 404 pp.
paper NET 17.99
Just Destiny
Theresa RizzoLSIG
A tragic accident leaves Gabe brain dead and
his wife’s world in ruins. Devastated by grief,
she decides to preserve the best of their love
by conceiving his child, but Gabe’s family is
adamantly opposed, even willing to chance
exposing long-held family secrets to stop
her. 374 pp.
paper 20% 14.95
July 2014
Shlomo KaloLSIG
The complex and delicate relationship
between an ascetic and a prostitute is the
central theme of this powerful and sensitive
novel—a unique blend of love story, social
commentary, and spiritual essay, set against
the raw and vibrant human landscape of
Jaffa. 492 pp.
paper 27.90
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A Living Prophecy
Menahem MisgavCAZL
The unique story of a Jewish family,
personifying the history of the Jewish people
in the 20th century from the First World
War, the Holocaust, the rebirth of the State
of Israel, and the endless conflicts since its
inception. 341 pp.
paper NET 12.99
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Mountain Blue
Patrolling the Catskills
E.J. MorelliBDM
Mourning the death of his wife, Police
Captain Tony Marciano is dedicating his life
and his career to serving the community and
getting other drunk drivers off the road. He
joins a SWAT team’s efforts to take down the
man who murdered his wife when he and
his officers discover a secret meth lab in the
woods outside of town. 248 pp.
paper 20% 12.95
Madness at Midnight
The Case of the Missing Third Finger
Harvey A. SaltzXAAR
A tormented gay man compulsively
perpetrates his childhood trauma upon his
victims in the name of God. Inspectors Gary
Martin and Thomas Crane piece together the
puzzle that connects the murders committed
by an elusive and cunning, psychotic serial
killer. 320 pp.
paper 10% 16.99
Stories in Mennonite Low German and
Jack ThiessenEVPE
Thiessen, an educated tale spinner, presents
the entire legacy of Mennonite Short Stories,
from bragging to preaching, from laughing
out loud to consolation and love and, also,
the saddest of tears. 258 pp.
paper 20% 17.95
A Minor
A Novel of Love, Music & Memory
Margaret PhilbrickKATB
Clive, a teenage piano prodigy, finds himself
falling in love with his mentor Clare, a worldrenowned pianist who is more than twice
his age. When Clare is diagnosed with early
onset dementia and is taken away by her
estranged husband, Clive wonders if the
music they share is enough to keep them
together. 245 pp.
paper 16.95
No Boundaries Living
Eran AloniCAZL
In the heart of Shanghai, a group of senior
managers has just been informed about the
collapse of their giant firm. They are gathered
for a meeting with Ron Costi, a well-known
young psychologist and expert in business
crises. Ron’s story is based on the author’s
life story, which is revealed to the reader as
an autobiographical novel. 194 pp.
paper NET 11.99
No Kosher Mushrooms in Bavaria
Omrit KaleckCAZL
Kaleck weaves a fascinating tapestry of
emotions, feelings, and events in a provincial
small Bavarian town that hasn’t changed for
almost two centuries, from the point of view
of an Israeli woman, whose life inadvertently
becomes intertwined with this place. The
novel is fast paced, invoking anger, laughter,
sadness, and empathy. 443 pp.
paper NET 12.99
Missing Parts
Ethan MawyerLSIG
Sylvania, Ohio, was one of the safest cities
in the world. Now, it’s nearly impossible
for most people to walk the streets without
being attacked by bizarre flying objects. No
one knows what is going on, except for the
mysterious Professor Huzzah, who claims to
be the cause of it. 98 pp.
paper 10.99
Normal Too?
Stephen J. MulrooneyLSIG
In this sequel to Normal?, Mulrooney shows
readers again that when it comes to the trials
and tribulations of growing up, infatuation
and love, the experience for everyone all is
the same, no matter where they stand in the
spectrum of the human rainbow. 214 pp.
paper NET 13.95
A Moody Fellow Finds Love and Then Dies
Douglas WatsonLSIG
“A wise, funny and strangely sad fable of
love, art and life. Moody Fellow is a hero for
anyone who’s young and lost and yearning
to be found.”—Lev Grossman, author of The
Magicians 182 pp.
paper 16.00
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Old Friends, New Friends
An English Family Saga
Margaret ThorntonSVEH
In 1970, 18-year-old Debbie Hargreaves heads
to agricultural college in Leeds and falls in
love with her new-found independence and
the male attention she attracts. But is she in
danger of neglecting her family and friends
back in Northumberland—and forgetting her
roots? 240 pp.
The Partisan and other stories
Gabriel RosenstockEVPE
Mathew Staunton, illustrator
An anthology with a stunning range of
moods, styles, voices and themes—from the
quirky and mirth-provoking to the magically
lyrical—all invite the reader to engage in
an entrancing and passionate conversation
about the nature of reality. 120 pp.
paper 20% 12.95
Peacock Alley
Dorothy HomALVE
Liah, a courageous Chinese immigrant
wife and mother, struggles to establish an
ethnic community within early 20th-century
Los Angeles where the Chinese inhabitants
would be safe from the wanton persecution
of the White Devils and where a traditional
Chinese lifestyle could be preserved. 868 pp.
20% 36.95
Onna Rising
Rei KimuraDBXZ
With money and freedom, a growing pool
of young, well-educated, and ambitious
Japanese professional women are no longer
submissive, demure extensions of their
menfolk. They are ready to enjoy life, and
with power and position four women (onna)
have formed a strong supportive bond. 264
paper 25% 15.99
Point Reyes Sheriff’s Calls
Susanna SolomonLSIG
A collection of short stories set in Point
Reyes, the author’s scenic and lovely home
town in northern California. 292 pp.
paper 16.95
Operation A-Men
Henri YireAAJR
Yire spins a web of betrayal, violence,
unconscionable brutality, and unbridled
political ambition in a fictional African
setting. Yire takes the reader into the heart of
an account that is as emotionally resonant as
it is compelling, and he delivers a startling
narrative that keeps one on edge. 158 pp.
paper NET 14.95
Raygun Chronicles
Space Opera for a New Age
Bryan Thomas Schmidt, editorEVYY
With larger-than-life heroes, rayguns, space
ships, robots, pirates, romance, and more,
here come 25 new tales of great science
and speculative fiction from top names like
Seanan McGuire, Kristine Kathryn Rusch,
A.C. Crispin, Allen M. Steele, Mike Resnick,
David Farland, and others. 360 pp.
Out of the Bronx
The Joel Sachs Stories
Jerome KassLSIG
A stunning collection of stories that follow
Joel Sachs from his childhood in the Bronx
to his adult life in Manhattan. As a boy, Joel
tries to hold the family together and make
the abnormal seem normal, and as a man,
he seeks to break free from the people and
places that still have him in their grip. 246 pp.
paper 14.00
Rendezvous in the Himalaya
Book II of the Refractions Series
Angela KoenigBFEH
Haunted by memories of the disastrous
troubles of Northern Ireland, Jeri O’Donnell has
joined her old friend, Rafi Gregoric, a power
broker in the new Russia who is arranging a
meeting between a Tibetan monk and a noted
UN official. The monk has evidence of brutal
Chinese oppression and, if his information
becomes public, perhaps the reforms that
swept the Soviet Union can reach China. 176 pp.
paper 20% 13.00
Ozark Mountain Girl
Oliver HardeeHIMN
Born in rural Missouri, Hanna Fuller dreamed
of being a star. She decides it’s time for her
journey and sets her mind to do whatever it
takes. 304 pp.
paper NET 14.99
The River Caught Sunlight
Katie AndraskiKATB
An exploration of the life of a woman coming
of age in the fast-paced world of evangelical
politics and publishing. “A warm and powerful
story.”—Jack Butler, author of Living in Little
Rock with Miss Little Rock 280 pp.
paper 17.95
July 2014
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Rook and Ronin Omnibus Edition
The Complete Trilogy
Rook Walsh is homeless, jobless, and down
to her last $10 when she stumbles into a
once-in-a-lifetime opportunity—a chance to
model for the internationally famous Antoine
Chaput Studios. Supermodel Ronin latches
onto her heart and never lets go. Soon she’s
got a team of friends and is on a wild ride
that brings her horrifying past back to haunt
her. 878 pp.
paper 5% 29.99
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Shadow of the Flag
A Young Ace Roberts Adventure
Kerry FreySVLM
A Native American ritual designed to keep
the spirit of a giant demon imprisoned in
the hills of Connecticut opens the door to
an unbelievable adventure across time.
Fifteen-year old Ace Roberts, his girlfriend
Debra, and his best friend Brian embark on
an amazing journey that might just rewrite
history, or plunge the world into total
annihilation. 338 pp.
paper 13.99
Shelter by the Sea
Guy BentalCAZL
A naval commando fighter, recruited to
the elite assassination unit of an Israeli
intelligence agency, is battling with the
demands of his double life: the typical life of
every Israeli man with a wife and children,
and his life with his new lover in his other
identity. 428 pp.
paper NET 11.99
Rough Country
Brett Cogburn, editorLSIG
There was a time when America was
younger—when the West was as rugged as
the souls of the men and women who set
out to tame her. Rough Country presents 15
stories that speak of that odyssey towards
sundown and the kind of people who went
west of the Mississippi, to the frontier and
beyond, seeking. 248 pp.
Slot Attendant
A Novel about a Novelist
Jack EngelhardLSIG
“. . . combines personal experience, the
experience of others, and a truly vivid,
thoroughly grounded imagination to paint
this compelling portrait of a novelist. For
a quick, brisk read brimming with pathos
and dignity, humor and mystery, hope and
despair, love and lust, corporate autocracy
and little guys who won’t knuckle under, you
don’t want to miss Slot Attendant.”—John
W. Cassell. 270 pp.
paper 17.95
Carol MaginnLSIG
What would you do with $33,000,000? Buy
a stately home? Become a celebrity? Give
it away? These questions suddenly become
real to the O’Leary family when daughter
Maxine wins the lottery. 268 pp.
paper NET 7.99
The Scholar’s Tale
David Lewis JamesLSIG
The intimate diary of Roy Musgrave’s
amorous exploits in three continents. 386 pp.
paper NET 20.00
Spring Moon
Mary Ellen CourtneyLSIG
From the author of the award-winning Wild
Nights. It’s not easy to juggle marriage,
children, and the past, when the past just
won’t go away. It had never occurred to
Hannah that her husband’s ex-wife could
rip the Band-Aid off her history, much less
endanger her life and limb. 366 pp.
paper 20% 15.95
Second Hand Rose
A Smoky Mountain Novel
Lin SteppCBYH
A practical woman by necessity, Rosalyn
McCreary seldom indulges in impulse and
fancy—except for that crazy spring day she
dances with a total stranger she’d never
met. Later she discovers that her mystery
stranger, Kendrick Lanier, plans to move to
Wear’s Valley. He’s just one more problem
she doesn’t need. 246 pp.
paper 15.95
The Stein Report
José Carlos LlopLSIG
Howard Curtis, translator
A short novel set in the island of Majorca
in the 1960s, The Stein Report kicks off with
the arrival of a newcomer who will throw
things off balance. A literary gem, regarded
by the critics as one of the best short novels
of Spanish 20th-century fiction, the work
was awarded the Prix Ecureuil de Litterature
Etrangere in France. 108 pp.
paper 12.95
Second Hand Rose
paper 15.95
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Gregory DickersonBBIV
The use of the “N’ word degrades AfricanAmerican communities. Dickerson takes a
historical journey through the eyes of Steven,
a young man who learns the pain associated
with this word, and who decides to make a
change for the better. 108 pp.
paper 10.99
The Transformation Book
Fernando PessoaCETK
Nuno Ribeiro
and Claudia Souza, editors
Moving between a number of literary forms,
including poetry, fiction, and satire as well
as essays on politics, philosophy, and
psychiatry, The Transformation Book marks
one of the fundamental stages in Pessoa’s
elaboration of a new conception of literary
space, one that he came to express as a
“drama in people.” 512 pp.
paper 20% 25.00
Summer’s Shadow
Craig MacLachlanMBLW
When 17-year-old Sierra Winters watches her
physical body sink to its death, she realizes
a shining silver cord connects her two
halves together, but it breaks off and sinks
with her body. Everything changes when
a mysterious boy named Valeck saves her
life. Sierra soon discovers she has stumbled
upon a mysterious realm known as The Void,
which is filled with mystery, intrigue, danger,
and love. 356 pp.
NET 20.00
The Undaunted
Vikramaditya PrasadAVEE
and Arun J
A simple story of a housewife who bounces
back to regular life with aplomb and
determination even after suffering the most
heinous crime on her person—the gang rape.
In the ensuing aftermath filled with family
boycott, indignity heaped on her by the
defense lawyer during trial and many more
such travails, she braves them all. 196 pp.
paper 12.95
Sweet as Cane, Salty as Tears
Ken WheatonPDYX
For 50-year old Katherine Lafleur the physical
distance between her life in New York and
her home state of Louisiana may only be
1,500 miles, but the emotional and psychic
distances are light years away when the
unexpected death of her younger sister
brings her back home. 180 pp.
paper 16.99
Viking Myths
Stories of the Norse Gods and Goddesses
retold by Thor EwingLSIG
From its first beginnings in a world of
primordial ice floes, the story of the Viking
gods is one of continual struggle against
etins and monsters, but it is a tale of humor
and triumph as well as of grit and tragedy.
204 pp.
paper 10% 14.99
The Thaw
Ólafur GunnarssonNACC
In these 10 stories, award-winning Icelandic
author Gunnarsson depicts the inner lives
of his countrymen with stark, brutal clarity.
Blending the domestic and the surreal,
the comic and the tragic, his taut language
creates a world that readers will find at once
fascinatingly alien and surprisingly familiar.
200 pp.
paper 15.95
Viking Raid
Matthew McCleeryMEAV
Fortunes change quickly in the volatile world of
international oil shipping and Robert Fairchild
knows that unless he can find another $500
million soon his powerful Norwegian tanker
tycoon boss will have little use for him.
Combining swashbuckling shipping adventure
with corporate finance derring-do, Viking Raid
puts Fairchild back at the table in the highest
stakes casino in the world with more than just
his deal at risk. 308 pp.
paper 19.95
They Call Me Superman
Michael GoffinetBNGE
Born with superhuman strength, Marcus
Evans is compelled to join the Army Rangers,
where his abilities create an unique assassin
against the war on terror. After his stint with
the Rangers, a whirlwind of action-packed
adventures leads Marcus to the discovery of an
alien spaceship that unlocks secrets about his
life, which shock him to his very core. 360 pp.
paper 10% 14.95
July 2014
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Water on the Moon
Jean P. MooreSWTR
In the months following an airplane crash
that destroys Lidia Raven’s home, the mother
of teenage twins plunges into a mystery that
upends every aspect of her life, forcing her
to rethink everything she thinks she knows.
244 pp.
paper 16.95
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All Else Is Folly
A Tale of War and Passion
Peregrine AclandDUND
Introduction by Brian Busby
Foreword by Ford Madox Ford
This irreplaceable account of the Canadian
experience in the First World War is more
than a novel of the terrors and hardships of
trench warfare. It has a meaningful social
dimension and was a bestseller in its time.
344 pp.
paper 28.99
Ways of Leaving
Grant JarrettLSIG
A standout novel about going home where
old girlfriends, awkward funerals, deeply
buried parental secrets, and naked, drunken,
nocturnal escapades irritate a man like scabs
of his squandered youth and misspent
adulthood. 350 pp.
paper 5% 15.00
Cage on the Sea
Kaoru OhnoBDTD
Giles Murray, translator
In late 1944, three Japanese military supply
ships near the tiny South Pacific island of
Anatahan came under an American air attack
that left their crews stranded on the island.
The survivors—ignorant that the war was
long over—were forgotten until 1950, when
the Americans began making serious rescue
attempts. 420 pp.
NET 26.95
When June Comes
Vernal LindKATB
Virgil Martin is a dedicated teacher facing
unusual challenges at Merritt High School. In
the midst of death, tragedy, violence, and the
anti-war protests of the 1960s and 1970s, he
relies on his faith and inner spirit to help him
get through the year. 285 pp.
paper 18.95
The Chosen
Shlomo KaloLSIG
“I read this masterpiece just as slowly as I
could, hoping I would never finish it. The
book which is based on the biblical book of
Daniel deals with love: A love of a human
being to another human being, of a man to
a woman and mainly, with the love of God
who is Love.”—Yimna Galore, Maariv, Israel.
582 pp.
paper 29.90
Short Stories
Fuat M. AndicSRIH
Seventeen short stories all relate to ordinary
people. Yet, in one way or another, they are
faced with either an extraordinary situation
or become an extraordinary being, neither of
which is permanent. 164 pp.
paper 20% 22.00
The Cross, or the Chocolates That Exploded
Vasyl BazivADKL
Stephen Komarnyckyj, translator
When an ambitious young Communist Pasha
Kharkavyj decides to scale the local church
and tear the cross from the roof in a sleepy
Ukrainian village, he thinks he will make it all
the way to the Kremlin. However, a tank of
sunflower oil, left in the wagon he drove to
the church, explodes leaving dozens of Red
Army soldiers dead and Pasha with some
explaining to do. 248 pp.
paper 20% 20.00
After Whorl
Bran Reborn
Nancy JardineLSIG
After the battle at Whorl, Brennus of Garrigill
is irrevocably changed. Returning to Marske,
Ineda finds her grandmother dead, though
Brennus is not. Snared by a Roman patrol,
they are marched to Witton where he is forced
to labor for the Roman IX Legion. Embracing
his new identity as Bran, Brennus vows to
avert Roman occupation of northernmost
Brigantia. 254 pp.
paper 5% 7.99
Emily’s Quest
Cora A. SeamanCAOI
A woman’s search for her twin sister
who was taken from her at age 12. They
experience World War II, the Depression, loss
of relatives, and loved ones, before finding
each other. 316 pp.
paper 20% 16.95
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The Gondola Maker
Laura MorelliLSIG
A historical coming-of-age story about the
heir to a gondola boatyard in 16th-century
Venice. 306 pp.
paper 20% 16.49
Sautee Shadows
Book One of the Georgia Gold Series
Denise WeimerCBYH
Introducing a sweeping saga of four families
whose lives intertwine through romance,
adventure, and murder that links antebellum
Georgia’s coast and mountains during the
economic expansion of the 1830s. 256 pp.
paper 15.95
The Gray Divide
Book Two of the Georgia Gold Series
Denise WeimerCBYH
In the halycon days of the 1850s, Georgia’s
coastal elite find a retreat in the foothills of
Habersham County, where half-Cherokee
Mahala Franklin goes nose to nose with
arrogant rival hotel owner Jack Randall.
Mahala can’t ignore her attraction to Jack
any better than she can the clues about her
father’s murder and the missing gold left to
her. 251 pp.
paper 15.95
John SteinbergQAEZ
Set in the bustling streets, glorious villas,
and fearsome gladiatorial arenas of the 3rdcentury Roman Empire, Shimon is a moving
story of one man’s journey to maturity and
the rediscovery of his faith. 272 pp.
paper 25% 12.99
The Tenor
Peter DanishPGSK
A sweeping epic tale of historical fiction in
the style of Ann Patchett’s Bel Canto and De
Burniere’s Captain Corelli’s Mandolin moves
from Pino Vaggi’s youth in pre-war Italy,
to his coming of age as a soldier in wartorn Greece, before ending in a shattering
surprise finale at Maria Callas’ historic final
performance on the stage of New York’s
Metropolitan Opera House. 350 pp.
paper 18.95
The Heir, 2nd Ed.
Volume III Kingland Series
Deborah HillLSIG
Emily Merrick, enjoying the newfound
freedom of the Roaring 1920s, discovers that
liberation can come at a high price. But it is
her son, Steven, who will pay it. Instead of
entering Harvard, as he is supposed to do,
Steven flees to Kingsland and lives there
while he learns a trade in defiance of his
pretentious stepfather. 390 pp.
paper 17.95
The Tenor
Potions and Paper Cranes
Lan FangDCCM
A stark, honest portrayal of cursed love
during the Japanese occupation of Java and
the struggle for Indonesian independence.
Sulis, a young woman selling potions in
Surabaya’s harbor district, and Sujono, a
coolie with dreams of becoming a freedom
fighter, tell the story of their lives during the
end of World War II and Indonesia’s transition
from a Dutch colony to an independent
republic. 252 pp.
paper 17.95
Destined for Darkness
Lucian BarnesLSIG
Frank Mancini managed to hide his secrets
from his psychic wife for several years.
Then, fearing that she would turn him in to
the police, he killed her. Not realizing that
his son, George, witnessed this act, Frank
decided to take him back to Misty Hollows.
How would the memory of his mother’s
death effect young George? 204 pp.
paper 11.99
Saint-Gaudens Cypher
Meg Penfield MarkerLSIG
Gwen Young, an NYU art history graduate
student, finds her life suddenly changes
when her great-uncle, a former art historian,
dies. Gwen inherits a rare family heirloom,
and she soon discovers within its folds a
mysterious treasure. To decipher its meaning,
she must proceed with caution. 358 pp.
paper 5% 12.99
Dog Days
JournalStone’s DoubleDown Series, Book III
Joe McKinneyJAQJ
In the summer of 1983, the suburbs of
Houston are reeling from a disastrous
hurricane. But the storm brought more than
wind and floodwaters. In the swamps that
surround Clear Lake, a brutal and possibly
supernatural killer is gathering strength, and
waiting for the full moon. 222 pp.
paper 15.95
Saint-Gaudens Cypher
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Garden of Evil
A Jim Rook Horror Novel
Graham MastertonSVEH
Jim Rook, remedial English teacher and
psychic, knows it’s going to be a bad day. He
nearly runs over someone dressed entirely in
black who walked right in the middle of the
college driveway. But after a splash of blood
appears on a questionnaire, Jim realizes
that his day isn’t going to be merely bad: it’s
going to be the day from hell. 240 pp.
paper 15.95
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Of a Feather
Ken GoldmanHCJW
Socrates has a gift, a power even he doesn’t
fully understand. But the ancient, angry spirit
called the Thunderbird and about a million
of Wellington County’s feathered creatures
know what Socrates Singer really is—and
they know what he can do. 402 pp.
paper 10% 12.99
The Romero Strain
A group of New Yorkers survives a zombie
outbreak by navigating the city’s utility and
transportation tunnels, only to discover a
terrifying threat below. 248 pp.
paper NET 13.99
House of Bells
Chaz BrenchleySVHL
A haunting tale of terror from a master
of the genre. Grace’s mission at the great
house formerly known as D Esperance is
to find out what goes on within this socalled commune and what happened to
the journalist originally sent to investigate,
who has disappeared without trace. But she
soon experiences a series of increasingly
menacing incidents. 384 pp.
The Vampires of London
Angelo De SorrHWOC
adapted by Brian Stableford
The Vampires of London (1852) is a nested
series of contes cruels aggregated into a
quintessentially Romantic roman frenetique,
and one of the most excessive and
convoluted works of that kind. Some of the
scenes featuring the necrophilic vampire
Lord Lodore or the one in which a young man
tries to pimp his sick sister to a resurrectionist
are masterpieces of the grotesque. 300 pp.
paper 20% 22.95
King David and the Spiders from Mars
Tim W. Lieder, editorDBUK
A ghost haunts King David’s family. Brothers
devour their enemies and each other. A rabbi
opens a Chabad House in a sinister New
England town. In this book are seven stories
as demented and horrifying as the Bible that
inspired them. 172 pp.
paper 12.75
A Season to Die, Second Edition
Jim DamianoGUDK
In 2020, the United States is in a new war for
independence. Two diverse Rebel families
are caught in war’s crosshair—the Northcutts
of Prosper, Texas, and the Rinaldis of Utica,
New York, face more than nine months of
warfare, passion, love, loyalty, and mayhem.
Their destinies meet as they battle both
personal and common foe. 482 pp.
paper 24.95
Led to the Slaughter
The Donner Party Werewolves
Duncan McGearyBKDD
Trapped in the Sierra Nevada without food,
the Donner Party is led to the slaughter.
After being manipulated and coerced into a
string of bad decisions, the travelers, frozen
and abandoned, find themselves unable to
go forward or back, and are preyed upon by
werewolves in their midst—the very people
they thought were friends. 196 pp.
paper NET 13.99
Nameless Digest, Vol. 2, Number I: Spring/
Summer 2013
Therese Arkenberg et al.LSIG
An exciting, outstanding biannual journal
of the macabre and esoteric, this edition
features articles, artwork, interviews, and
fiction from some of the best in the fields of
the weird, science fiction, and horror, both
classic and fresh voices, and all new works.
202 pp.
paper NET 26.95
The Altered Case, Large Print Ed.
A Hennessey and Yellich Mystery
Peter TurnbullSVHL
A skeleton-filled grave leads DCI Hennessey’s
team back to the aftermath of the English
Civil War in this gripping mystery. But have
the victims been discovered too late to catch
the killer? 320 pp.
Available through IPS
Cross of Vengeance, Large Print Ed.
A Sixteenth-Century Burren Mystery
Cora HarrisonSVHL
When fire destroys the famous relic of the Holy
Cross in Kilnaboy church and then a pilgrim is
found murdered, it is up to Mara, as Brehon of
the Burren, and her law students, to find out
who did such a thing—and why. 368 pp.
Christine BenedictLSIG
Debra Hamilton confronts the fear of
inheriting mental illness when her husband
moves her into a 100-year-old farmhouse on
53 acres of blacklisted real estate property.
Floorboards creak when she’s alone. Objects
appear and disappear. Neighbors insinuate
the house is haunted but memories of her
mother’s schizophrenia make her wonder.
304 pp.
paper 16.95
Crowner’s Crusade
The Compelling Prequel to the Crowner
John Mystery Series
Bernard KnightSVEH
Returning from the Holy Land in 1192 at the
end of the Third Crusade, Sir John de Wolfe, a
Devon knight, finds England simmering with
rebellion. After discovering the body of a king’s
courier washed up on the shores of the River
Exe, John is unwillingly drawn into affairs of
state as he investigates the death. 224 pp.
paper 15.95
Beneath the Amarillo Plains
Jeff Kale, Brain Damaged Detective
Henry MeltonWRIM
Jeff Kale thought his home town of Amarillo
Texas was ordinary and unspectacular until
a car accident leaves him with permanent
brain damage and questions he was unable
to express. Who ran him off the road, and
why? And how is he going to be able to
regain his speech abilities and reclaim his
life? 204 pp.
paper 14.99
Dark Omens
A Libertus Mystery of Roman Britain
Rosemary RoweSVEH
Libertus attempts to solve a missing persons
mystery against a backdrop of superstitious
fears of auguries and public riots following the
confirmation of the Emperor’s death. 240 pp.
paper 15.95
The Broken Shore
Catriona KingLSIG
An art gallery on Belfast’s prosperous Lisburn
Road and a body found on a beautiful
Northern Irish beach. What can possibly link
them? When ambition and power begin to
control lives, Superintendent Marc Craig and
his team are called to Portstewart’s North
Atlantic coast. 324 pp.
paper 5% 8.99
Dead Float
A Cal Claxton Mystery
Warren C. EasleyPPEN
Cal Claxton—a small-town lawyer who works
to fish—has to pinch himself when his best
friend and fishing guide Philip asks him to
help guide an upcoming trip with a group of
executives from a high-tech firm in Portland.
But the trip through the remote Deschutes
River Canyon turns ugly when a member of
the fishing party is murdered. 250 pp.
paper 14.95
Bullet Beach, Large Print Ed.
A Deets Shanahan Mystery
Ronald TierneySVHL
When 71-year-old private investigator Deets
Shanahan learns that his brother (who
disappeared when they were kids) could
be somewhere in Thailand, he immediately
sets out with his girlfriend to find his errant
sibling. But it turns out that this is much more
than finding a missing person who wants to
stay missing. 320 pp.
Dead Float
paper 22.95
Deadly Pleasures
A Crime Writers’ Association Anthology
Martin Edwards, editorSVEH
Foreword by Peter James
An eclectic collection of original short stories
from distinguished members of the Crime
Writer’s Association, including Edwards,
Simon Brett, Ann Cleeves, Liza Cody, Lindsey
Davis, and many more. 241 pp.
paper 15.95
Celtic Curse
A Yvonne Suarez Travel Mystery
Wendy DingwallCBYH
Fiona Batson shares with her employer her
compelling need to return to her childhood
home in Peebles, Scotland, where her brother
vanished 31 years earlier. The housekeeper
is joined in her cold-case investigation by
Yvonne Suarez, a travel agent who previously
thwarted an international art theft ring and
recovered the golden statue of Hera. 218 pp.
paper 14.95
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Down & Dirty in Brooklyn
An Eddie Lombardi Mystery
Douglas DinunzioBLOK
Before a Mafia hoodlum jumps off the roof at
Bellevue Hospital, he asks private eye Eddie
Lombardi to right an old wrong committed
by his late brother. Eddie agrees. The task is
to find and return a jewel-encrusted crown
that came to a church in Brooklyn all the
way from the Vatican. Unfortunately, that
puts Eddie at odds with a dangerous Mafia
underboss who has several incriminating
secrets to hide. 258 pp.
paper 5% 16.95
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It Was a Very Bad Year, Large Print Ed.
A Rat Pack Mystery
Robert J. RandisiSVHL
1963 was a very bad year for Frank Sinatra,
but the Rat Pack are always ready to give a
helping hand. Then comes the news that
Sinatra’s son has been kidnapped. Eddie
searches for a blackmailer while trying to help
Frank get through his second and intensely
more personal traumatic experience, all of
which eventually leads to murder. 304 pp.
Rise of a New Dynasty
Katie HamsteadLSIG
Tut has grown into his position as Pharaoh,
but he is a wild young man. Naomi fears for
him, not only because of his recklessness, but
because he has put his trust in Ay, the man
determined to destroy Naomi. With fear of
the booming Hebrew numbers causing talk
of enslaving them, conscription is reinstated,
and Naomi fears for the lives of her other
children. 234 pp.
paper 14.99
Garage Sale Stalker
Suzi WeinertBBGV
Jennifer Shannon stumbles into danger
lurking in places she thought absolutely
safe. Her passion for garage and estate sales
pulls her into a twisted world of crimes, child
abuse, and murder. When Jennifer is forced
to match wits with an antagonist bent on
revenge, her family’s safety and her own
desperate situation hinge on her intelligence
and resourcefulness. 336 pp.
paper 21.95
Land of the Silver Dragon
An Aelf Fen Mystery
Alys ClareSVEH
Apprentice healer Lassair isn’t too alarmed
when a traveling peddler relates a grisly
tale of a red-bearded giant breaking into a
woman’s home and caving in her skull like
an eggshell. But her attitude changes when
she learns that the dead woman is a distant
relation—and the intruder was searching for
something from her family. 240 pp.
paper 15.95
The Green Lady, Large Print Ed.
Crème de la Crime
Paul JohnstonSVHL
Hired by the wife of one of Greece’s richest
men to find her missing 14-year-old daughter,
Mavros faces an uphill battle. And he’s not the
only one looking for Lia. Mavros confronts
the possibility that one of his deadliest foes
has returned to Greece, and that there may
be a connection with his case. 416 pp.
The Library
Where Life Checks Out
Carmen DesousaLSIG
When Mark Waters decided to be a detective,
he didn’t plan to investigate ghosts. But as he
sifts through evidence of a supposed suicide
by train, he learns a murder that took place
80 years ago may directly affect his case. Six
months after the strange occurrences at The
Depot, there’s another murder. This time, The
Library holds secrets of several murders, and
the dead won’t rest until the murderer checks
out too. 262 pp.
paper 11.95
The Hand of Karma
Haimes HensleyCDTO
A psychotic man is skillfully manipulated by
a brilliant and emotionally warped woman.
Allison Rogers, a retired intuitive whose
literary focus is to expose the ruthless con
artists in the field of parapsychology, is drawn
into the distorted collaboration between his
teacher and the serial killer by proxy. 332 pp.
paper 15.00
Hera’s Revenge
A Yvonne Suarez Travel Mystery
Wendy DingwallCBYH
From sunny metropolitan Fort Lauderdale,
Florida, where the Pinkerton Travel agency is
located across from the famous Galt Ocean
Mile, to exotic destinations around the world,
this series is sure to carry readers along on
an exciting adventure. 213 pp.
paper 14.95
A Limited Justice
Catriona KingLSIG
When a body is discovered at a petrol
station, Belfast D.C.I. Marc Craig is called to
investigate. Within a day, a second body is
found. Then a third. This time, it’s personal.
It’s someone he knows. With time against
him, Craig desperately tries to piece the case
together. 284 pp.
paper 5% 8.99
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Ken BruenPDYX
A new character and a new novel from one
of the most prominent Irish crime writers
of the last two decades. A rouge Irish cop
manipulates a transfer to work for the NYPD
in an exchange program. But he hides a
dangerous secret—a series of killings that
make him a wanted man in Ireland, and now
New York City. 205 pp.
paper 17.99
A Note Before Dying
Adam ColeBLOK
Mara Solomon discovers that her old friend,
the harpist Lynne Adastra, has been brutally
murdered. The only clue left at the scene is
a piece of music, scrawled in a desperate
hand by the harpist herself. Mara must turn
detective and solve the crime before the
murderer strikes again. 192 pp.
paper 5% 14.95
Murder at the Castle
The New Dorothy Martin Mystery
Jeanne M. DamsSVEH
Dorothy and her husband, retired Chief
Constable Alan Nesbitt, are invited to join
their close friends Nigel and Inga Evans
at a Welsh music festival where the couple
will be performing with a world-renowned
conductor. But after a tragic accident
happens—twice—Dorothy and Alan find
themselves in the midst of an tumultuous
investigation. 208 pp.
paper 15.95
Pearl Harbor Blues
Victoria HeckmanRBQW
It all began on December 7, 1941, at Pearl
Harbor, Territory of Hawai’i. A chain of events
is set in motion that, 50 years later, becomes
the setting for death. A family, a corporation,
greed, and power combine to reveal terrible
secrets. 264 pp.
paper 20% 14.95
Murder Most Judgmental
A Detective Jake Swanson Murder Mystery
M.J. HatchTCER
A family law judge is killed in the driveway
of his upscale Newport Beach home; his wife
shot through the heart in their garage. Is
this a revenge killing for a ruling the judge
made in court by a disgruntled party, or is the
killing related to his prior life as a criminal
defense lawyer? 462 pp.
paper 20% 19.95
The Pirate with the Silver Skull Ring
Book Two of Paradise Lost
Ole RømerAVEE
The CIA captures Tresko on Paradise as
the corrupt U.S. leaders try to wipe out the
island’s drugs and casino, and plan to try
Tresko for crimes that will lock him away for
the rest of his life. But his young voluptuous
girlfriend and a very good lawyer fight the
good fight to save him. 352 pp.
paper 19.95
Murder Most Judgmental
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Nightmare in Burgundy
A Winemaker Detective Mystery
Jean-Pierre AlauxLFNH
and Noël Balen
The Winemaker Detective leaves his native
Bordeaux to go to Burgundy for a dream
wine tasting trip to France’s other key winemaking region. But the trip turns into a
troubling nightmare when he stumbles upon
a mystery revolving around messages from
another era. What do they mean? 141 pp.
paper 12.95
A Rescue for a Queen, Large Print Ed.
Fiona BuckleySVHL
Ursula is once more plunged into affairs of
the state in 1571 when she escorts her foster
daughter Margaret to the Netherlands to
meet her suitor. But Ursula is also about to
come face-to-face with her greatest enemy—
and the exiled Countess of Northumberland
is not the only figure from her past to put in a
surprising appearance. 384 pp.
Nosy Neighbors
Denise M. HartmanLSIG
Blanche Binkley is living the retired life in
Florida and likes to keep things orderly.
When a suspicious new neighbor slinks
around the Seaside Flats condos, she starts
snooping. No one’s going to mess up her
corner of paradise. 390 pp.
paper 12.95
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A Dan Mohoney Mystery
Susan SlaterPPEN
A bank heist turns sleepy little Wagon
Mound, New Mexico on its ear. It’s no
straightforward, snatch-and-grab kind of
robbery. It’s a sneaky tunneling that probably
took months to complete and put the thieves
in a room of safe deposit boxes—not the
vault which held some two million. 250 pp.
paper 14.95
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Social Death
Tatiana BoncompagniLSIG
As a high-stakes network ratings war begins,
Clyde’s own privileged yet troubled past
comes back to haunt her, and she’s forced
to choose between finding her best friend’s
killer and losing everything—her job, her
reputation, even her life. Only Clyde holds
the key to unlocking the truth. 308 pp.
paper NET 12.99
Rollover, Large Print Ed.
paper 22.95
A Swollen Red Sun
Matthew McBrideMYUS
God, drugs, corruption, and morality come
together in this gripping tale of desperation.
In Gasconade County, Missouri, Deputy
Sherriff Dale Banks discovers $52,000 hidden
in the broken-down trailer that Jerry Dean
Skaggs uses for cooking crystal. And he takes
it. Though he did it for the right reasons, for
every wrong, there is a consequence. 254 pp.
paper 14.99
Aimee DawnSFMB
Somebody wants freelance journalist SaraAnn Parker to mind her own business. She’s
poking her nose where it doesn’t belong and
somebody’s really mad! But she won’t back
off; she’ll do whatever it takes to expose
the drug traffickers in her small Arkansas
community. 204 pp.
paper 12.95
The Unburied Past
Anthea FraserSVEH
What happened in the Lake District 26 years
ago that resulted in a family being torn
apart? An old tragedy, still unresolved, brings
together estranged brother and sister Adam
and Kirsty, who try to solve it despite their
relatives’ objections. Does a missing camera
hold clues to what might have happened?
208 pp.
paper 15.95
Secrets of the Storm
Galveston Hurricane Mystery Book 3
Amanda Albright StillGCBH
A miser and master of secrets is murdered
in a house possessed by the ghosts of
Christmases Past, Present, and Future, as
well as other spirits, living and dead. Dash
Gallager, female attorney, must bring his
murderer to justice in a world haunted with
secrets and half-truths. 356 pp.
paper 20% 14.95
Vengeance Is Mine
A Red River Mystery
Reavis Z. WorthamPPEN
A sheriff crooked as a dog’s hind leg, an
unsolved murder in the river bottoms,
counterfeit money, and a bank robbery all
wrapped in a country Shakespearian comedy
once again brings together Constable Ned
Parker, Constable Cody Parker, Deputy John
Washington, Judge O.C. Rains, and the rest of
Wortham’s wacky cast of characters. 250 pp.
paper 14.95
Vengeance Is Mine, Large Print Ed.
paper 22.95
Silent Flower
Can You Hear the Screams?
Jade VergusBDM
A serial killer is on the loose, attacking college
students and leaving a trail of brutally raped
and tortured victims behind. Detectives
Marc Cabellera and John O’Farrell are on the
case, and they discover that each victim had
received flowers from the murderer—flowers
with loving, hidden messages. 286 pp.
paper 20% 12.95
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The Copper Witch
The Broken Line, Book One
Dall JessicaLSIG
A minor nobleman’s daughter on a failing
barony, Adela’s prospects seem dire outside
of marrying well-off. When Adela catches
the eye of the crown prince, Edward, she is
thrown into a world of politics and intrigue.
Adela might have found all the excitement
she ever wanted—if she can manage to leave
her past behind. 390 pp.
paper 14.95
The Winship Affair
A Carrie Bloomfield Novel
Phillip E. TemplesBMUG
Life is about to become much more
interesting for Carrie Bloomfield, an
eccentric, but brilliant multidisciplinary
scientist living in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
When a mysterious package from a deceased
colleague turns up on her doorstep, she
soon discovers that its secrets could lead
to technologies that might revolutionize the
world’s energy supply. 196 pp.
paper 20% 13.95
The Cowboy and the Vampire
Blood and Whiskey
Hays & McFallLSIG
Enlightenment just took a strange detour.
Relationships are always hard, but for a
broke cowboy and a newly turned vampire,
true love may be murderous. Cultures clash
as the vampire illuminati ride into town
to settle ancient scores, test loyalties, and
thrash out a new world order. 376 pp.
paper 14.95
Against All Odds
Ju EphraimeEBOZ
Because her last relationship ended after
only three months, Genna was in no hurry
to get involved with anyone, until Jayden
Farrell walked into the bar where she worked.
Genna found herself burning for him with a
fire that threatened to consume her. Can this
ill-matched pair find love? 314 pp.
paper 12.99
The Cowboy and the Vampire, 3rd Ed.
A Very Unusual Romance
Hays & McFallLSIG
First published in 1999 and now newly
released in the definitive “author’s cut,” the
first book of The Cowboy and the Vampire
Collection has been called everything from
a cult classic to a trailblazer in a new genre:
Western Gothic. 424 pp.
paper 14.95
Blood Stained Tranquility
A Szolite Novel
N. Isabelle BlancoWBXQ
The wheels of destiny are spiraling out of
control quicker than even the gods can keep
up. Two of the most dangerous powers in the
universe will be unleashed, threatening to
push two fated beings apart. 304 pp.
paper 19.50
A Big Sky Pie Novel
Adrianne LeeLSIG
A promising chef at Big Sky Pie, Jane Wilson
never, ever wanted to see Nick Taziano again,
but he’s just been hired to do the pie shop’s
marketing. How’s a girl supposed to bake the
best pastries in town when he’s a constant
reminder of their steamy chemistry? 240 pp.
paper 20% 17.00
Christmas Is in the Air
Amy Blizzard et al.HGHD
A romance anthology featuring works by
Blizzard, Billie Warren Chai, Erin E.M. Hatton,
Annette Louise, and Polly McCrillis. 298 pp.
paper 25% 12.25
A Big Sky Pie Novel
Adrianne LeeLSIG
Ice Erickksen has “one-night stand” written
all over him. Once he’s finished shooting
the Big Sky Pie reality show, this hot-ashell TV producer is going to hightail it out
of Montana and return to his glamorous life
in L.A. But Ice gets into hot water when one
of the goodies in the pie shop—a delightful
blonde with marriage on her mind—burns up
the camera lens. 240 pp.
paper 20% 17.00
The Colors of Love, Book Two
Only two things matter to Lance, protecting
his girls and football. After almost losing the
girls, Lance is more determined than ever
to safeguard them and fulfill his dream to
become a professional athlete. With the NFL
draft looming, will his promiscuity derail his
dream and endanger the girls again? 466 pp.
paper 15.95
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The End
Denise MoncriefLSIG
Paul and Ellie attempt to uncover a
conspiracy in the District Attorney’s office,
the set up that forced her to resign. The key
to the mystery is hidden in the pages of her
late husband’s manuscript. Danger swirls
around her as Ellie steps further and further
into the conspirator’s trap. 242 pp.
paper 11.95
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In Between Two Homelands
Varda GinzachCAZL
Two weeks of studying at the Academy of
Arts in Florence during a sabbatical from
teaching have changed her world. From
the first moment she has landed in Italy,
her life followed the path that appeared
in her dreams years before. Lust for life, a
surprising inheritance, encounters with
people and situations from former lives all
have suddenly materialized into her life
following a single magical night. 736 pp.
paper NET 18.99
Desiree HoltECAV
When Kat’s sister disappears, along with her
boss and his family, Mike and the Phoenix
Agency roll into action, with Kat’s remote
viewing abilities playing a key role in the
search. At night she loses herself in Mike’s
arms as his hands and mouth soothe and
seduce her. In addition to finding her sister,
it’s obvious to Kat and Mike that this time
around, they also have to find a way to hang
on to each other. 316 pp.
paper 16.99
Lonely Heart
Book Three of The Butterfly Memoirs
Instead of planning her wedding, Kaitlyn
Rodgers is facing motherhood alone, the
pressures of a new job, and caring for her
rebellious younger sister. She begins an
unexpected friendship with a mechanic,
allowing both of them a glimpse of
happiness, until the father of Kaitlyn’s child
returns, ready to offer her marriage and a
future. 314 pp.
paper 12.95
Home Run
Bernadette MarieLSIG
In one moment, Christian Keller’s life was
changed. Now as he picks up the pieces he
wonders if he can possibly recoup what he
lost. But Christian and Victoria Lincoln’s paths
will cross again. It will take a lot of change to
pick up where they left off—if either of them
can. 210 pp.
paper 11.95
Lost on the Edge of Forever
Michael HaleyLSIG
Leila, an ambitious and brilliant student
determined to cure cancer, is murdered
during her final semester of college. Yet
instead of moving onto the next life, she
discovers she’s been reborn as a spirit
resigned to haunt the school of her death,
possibly forever. Lost and alone, she searches
for answers to the ultimate question: Why?
218 pp.
paper 14.99
House of Sable Locks
Elizabeth SchechterCILP
From Passionate Plume award finalist
Schechter comes an erotic romance: a
steampunk novel of dark passion. 272 pp.
paper 10% 14.95
A Love Match, Indeed!
Teresa SweeneyLSIG
Edward Brentwood, the recently titled Lord
Felton, is finally receiving the respect from
the aristocracy that he has coveted all his
life. His great-uncle has named him his heir
and to appease him, Edward has promised
to marry and begin his nursery. He wishes
to add to his distinction by finding a young
debutante of lineage and wealth that will add
to his esteem. 304 pp.
NET 30.00
Ill Wind
Karen PerkinsLSIG
Gabriella Berryngton, an unhappy and
oppressed 14-year-old girl living in the
Massachusetts Bay Colony in 1683, dreams
of escaping her bitter, ambitious stepfather
and sailing off into the unknown. Her dreams
come true when her stepfather sells her into
marriage. Once married, Gabriella’s life takes
a turn for the worse, and she descends into
a world of horror and abuse until tensions
finally explode. 134 pp.
paper 9.99
The Serendipitous Curse
Reviled, Book Two
Aiden JamesLSIG
and Lisa Collicutt
Being haunted in Savannah, Georgia, one
of America’s most haunted cities, takes on
an entirely new meaning when Solomon
and Desiree find themselves caught in the
ageless war between good and evil. 180 pp.
paper 14.99
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Sherri HayesWBXQ
In this fourth and final installment of Finding
Anna, Brianna must unearth strength she
never knew she possessed. Stephan can no
longer protect her from the outside world.
She must learn to trust herself, embrace who
she is, and discover who she wants to be.
Only by facing her demons can Brianna find
true happiness and peace. 352 pp.
paper 20.99
Since You’ve Been Gone
Lisa DyerLSIG
Abigail had a secret; one she had kept from
Hal, and it had defined her life for 15 years.
She was glad he never came back to learn it.
That was all about to change. Hal is on his
way home. Nothing will ever be the same
again. 188 pp.
paper 5% 6.99
Through the Glass
Lisa J. HobmanLSIG
It was love at first sight for Jim. Felicity was
his dream girl, but eventually she succumbed
to the pressure of her mother’s expectations.
Jim relocates from London to the Scottish
Highlands to try to rebuild his life and mend
his broken heart when an unexpected visitor
brings painful memories and tragic news. He
lost Felicity once. Can he survive losing her
again? 320 pp.
paper 11.95
A Twist of Fate
Candace GoldHGHD
When Susan Blaine meets Joseph Maisel,
she knows he’s the one man she wants to
spend the rest of her life with. Their love
blooms, but the differences in their religious
and cultural backgrounds chip away at its
foundation. 258 pp.
paper 12.49
Under These Restless Skies
Lissa BryanWBXQ
Will Somers has spent his life alone, thinking
himself unlovable. Emma is a selkie; a
creature of myth and magic, one of the
immortal fae-folk of the sea. When Will finds
her sleeping on a beach, he recalls the tales
his grandmother told him of selkie maidens
taken for wives. He seizes this unexpected
chance to have a wife and family of his own
and steals her pelt, binding her to him. Only
when it is willingly returned will she be free.
368 pp.
paper 21.99
Touched by Sunlight
Risk Everything for Truth & Love
Leslie D. StuartLSIG
When Solaris told Tristan goodbye in San
Diego to pursue her career as a nature
photojournalist, she thought goodbye was
forever. But six years and 10,000 miles did
not erase their friendship. While Solaris is
working freelance in Peru, he reappears. But
trouble follows Tristan to the Amazon jungle.
In one moment, her world is torn apart. 242
paper 14.99
Unforgiving Plains
Christine SteendamLSIG
Rayna Fields has her world turned upside
down when she has to deal with the
dilapidated ranch that was left to her by her
estranged father. Struggling with her feelings
towards her father, a ranch in financial
distress, and other problems, Rayna turns
to the one person willing to help—Vince,
the hired hand. But will his past destroy
everything she’s worked towards? 226 pp.
paper 11.95
Touching Smoke
Airicka PhoenixLSIG
For 16-year-old Fallon Braeden, being on
the run had been the easiest part of her life.
Packing up and crossing whole cities on
a split-second decision had been tedious,
having no friends and being alone had been
painful, but being caught by the truth was
something she learned too late was worse.
320 pp.
paper 11.99
A Country Roads Novels
Shannon RichardLSIG
Melanie O’Bryan knows life is too short to
be afraid of taking chances. And former
Air Force sergeant Bennett Hart is certainly
worth taking a chance on. He’s agreed to help
her students with a school project, but she’s
hoping the handsome handyman will offer
her a whole lot more. 368 pp.
paper 20% 17.00
Laurann DohnerECAV
Jeanie loves a New Species and is willing
to pay for that love with pain, tears, and
heartbreak. She’ll do anything to keep 710
alive but she never wants him to know how
she suffered for him. He’s the reason for her
mission in life—freeing others like him. 400 pp.
paper 18.99
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The White Wolf Prophecy
Mating, Book 1
Kaitlan’s 27th birthday marks her entrance
into the supernatural world of which she had
no knowledge. When her father is murdered,
Cordone is left with having to tell Kaitlan
about who she really is. From the moment
she discovered who and what she was,
everything changed. 306 pp.
paper 17.95
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The Dark Maze
New and Hidden Insights and Laws of Nature
Nissan SinaiCAZL
Reveals new discoveries and insights in
the field of science, particularly in biology.
Among them are discoveries about the brain,
physical and mental health, the concept of
time, the principles of the formation, and
how the conduct of any living body occurs.
350 pp.
paper NET 12.99
The Wrong Woman
Brenda J. BrownWBXQ
While chasing her dream of a life on
stage in the big city Norah receives an
unexpected callback; the family business in
her hometown needs her to bail it out. But,
miraculously, just as she puts her hopes to
rest, Hollywood comes to her. 260 pp.
paper 18.50
Division Zero
Matthew S. CoxLSIG
Most cops get to deal with living criminals,
but Agent Kirsten Wren is not most cops. A
gifted psionic with a troubled past, Kirsten
possesses a rare combination of abilities that
give her a powerful weapon against spirits.
In 2418, rampant violence and corporate
warfare have left no shortage of angry
wraiths in West City. 284 pp.
paper 15.99
S.E. BennettLSIG
Sixteen-year-old Cipher Omega is an
identical clone of the brilliant, damaged
woman whose genome the scientists of the
Basement were trying to copy and improve.
All her life she has dreamt of the freedom of
life outside the laboratory, but when she’s the
only survivor of a 100-year human cloning
project, she is forced to face the reality of the
military-ruled nation that created her. 280 pp.
paper 15.99
Eine neue Welt: The Tribe
Eine Neue Welt
Based upon the cult television series, TheTribe.
Forced to flee the city in their homeland and to
abandon their dream of building a better world
from the ashes of the old, the Mall Rats embark
upon a perilous journey of discovery into the
unknown. German ed. 414 pp.
paper 10% 15.00
The Conqueror of Death
Brian Stableford, editorHWOC
A new collection of eight French proto-science
fiction stories taken from the pages of La
Science Illustree, translated and annotated
by Stableford. Included here are Vernian
romances, tall tales featuring the dramatic
extrapolation of natural phenomena, stories
highlighting the scientific obsessions of
geniuses with its social and psychological
costs, and stories of everyday life in which
scientific knowledge comes to play a
significant role. 308 pp.
paper 20% 22.95
The Forbidden Region
Book 2 of the Clovis Academy Legacy
Ross HarringwayOMGF
The Clovis Academy is not just a school—it is
a war zone where one’s best friend may also
be the worst enemy. 270 pp.
paper 17.95
An Extraordinary Voyage Into the Future
Adolphe AlhaizasHWOC
adapted by Brian Stableford
One night, young Marius Foulane is
mysteriously attracted by the light of the
star Gemma and travels by astral projection
to the planet Cybele which orbits it. He
discovers a world identical to Earth, but
historically displaced by 6.000 years in the
future. 240 pp.
paper 20% 20.95
Into the Storm’s Domain
Across the Stonewind Sky, Book One
Ged MayburyLSIG
The first of an exciting steampunk trilogy.
Jilted at the altar and determinedly British
about it, Rodney Hoverrim embarks on
the adventure of a lifetime—following his
nation’s bravest (and most foolish) into the
Storm’s Domain. But his airship adventure is
barely under way before he is hijacked, and
they, in turn, are attacked by sky pirates—
twice! 362 pp.
paper 22.99
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Please Don’t Tell My Parents I’m a Super
Richard RobertsLSIG
Penelope Akk wants to be a super hero. She’s
got super hero parents. She’s got the ultimate
mad science power, filling her life with crazy
gadgets even she doesn’t understand. All it
takes is one hero’s sidekick picking a fight,
and Penny and her friends are labeled super
villains. In the process, Penny learns a hard
lesson about villainy: She’s good at it. 374 pp.
paper 16.99
The Lightning Bolts of Zeus
D. Alan LewisKERK
Sisters—and Secret Service agents—
Jasmine and Thyme Hawke brave running
gun battles, mechanized battlesuits, and
aerial warships as they travel from the
American southwest to Cuba, and finally, to
the jungles of southern Mexico. But will they
find Zeus first or be forced to battle an enemy
that wields the power of the gods? 316 pp.
paper 14.95
The Lightning Bolts of Zeus
Book One in the Underground World
Kaye LindenBLOK
To survive an underground pandemic in deep
Earth, Prasanga must journey to a mythical
surface world from where his ancestors fled
thousands of years before. Does the Earth’s
surface still exist and will Prasanga survive
the journey, find a cure, and return to his
people in time? 368 pp.
paper 5% 18.95
The Marvelous Adventures of Serge
Myrandhal on Mars
H. GayarHWOC
adapted by Brian Stableford
Published in 1908, this pioneering planetary
romance is the third French Martian epic
after Doctor Omega (1906) and Jean de La
Hire’s The Nyctalope on Mars (1911), written
three years before Burroughs began work on
A Princess of Mars. 392 pp.
paper 20% 26.95
Second Harvest
Matthew HartCBIE
The second book in The Last Iteration
series explores the intersection of different
technologies and how they evolve subject
to one another, and the intersection of
science and faith. There are implicit thematic
elements of Smart Cities, Internet of Things,
and a Connected World of Everything, as well
as biotechnology that are integrated from a
point of view on sustainability. 384 pp.
paper 18.95
The Merlin Gambit
John F. CarrPQOD
and Dietmar Wehr
The planet Poictesme is in the middle of
an economic boom, and Conn Maxwell is
both happily married and a new father. The
Maxwell Plan is working even better than
expected. Tri-System Interstellar spaceships
are moving Poictesme’s products throughout
the Terran Federation and it looks like the bad
times are finally over. However, storm clouds
are gathering on the horizon. 264 pp.
20% 36.00
The Spheres of Madame Atomos
Andre CaroffHWOC
adapted by Michael Shreve
This classic French sci-fi thriller series from
the 1960s is presented here in English for the
first time in a nine-volume omnibus edition,
of which this is the last. Here, the sinister
Madame Atomos, now fully rejuvenated,
is back, deadlier than ever, controlling the
minds of men and beasts, and spreading
terror with her new miniaturized spheres.
320 pp.
paper 20% 22.95
Obsidian Eyes
In 1836, light and dark, noble and guild
intersect when 17-year-old Allie Donovan
is placed at the aristocratic St. Matthews
Academy. More at ease with a blade than a
needle, she finds herself ostracized by the
girls and stalked by a Scottish lord intent on
learning why she is among them. 264 pp.
paper 14.99
Obvious Child
Warren CantrellWBXQ
The U.S. government holds a worldwide
competition to decide who will be the first
time traveler in history. This turns Sam’s
world upside down after a half-baked joke
application he sends in gets him accepted
as a contestant for consideration. Thrust into
a political and media blender set to puree,
Sam and his fellow contestants vie for the
affections of a worldwide audience who will
vote on the eventual winner. 226 pp.
paper 17.99
July 2014
The Tesla Gate
John D. MimmsPDYX
When a cosmic storm enters Earth’s
atmosphere, scientists are baffled by the
storm’s side effect—anyone who has died
and chosen not to cross over is suddenly
stranded here. Though the world is thrown
into chaos, Thomas is eager to make up for
many broken promises to his six-year-old
son, Seth. 300 pp.
paper 16.99
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Uno 1
Nava MarkoCAZL
A small meteorite lands in Manhattan and
begins to grow. Inside are delegates of the
planet Uno 1, bringing an astounding and
mind-shattering message to the people of
Earth: The Earth is on the brink of extinction.
The Galactic High Council of Intelligences
has decided to help humanity by providing
the means to transfer all of the Earth’s
inhabitants to another planet in another solar
system. 228 pp.
paper NET 11.99
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The Evolutionary Journey of Woman
From the Goddess to Integral Feminism
Sarah NicholsonIADD
Nicholson has undertaken a very ambitious
and difficult project: a philosophical inquiry
into the developmental journey of the
heroine in Western culture. Her intent is to
create a trajectory, using multiple disciplines,
that will reveal how women can achieve
self-realization and emerge into an integral
future. 236 pp.
paper NET 19.95
Japan-Ease Grammar
Conjugation Charts for Verbs, Adjectives, and
Tiffany Ann PiersonLSIG
Unlike other Japanese grammar texts,
Japan-Ease Grammar provides an alternative
Japanese learning method to less efficient
standard methods. While many students
tediously memorize the conjugations of
individual verbs and adjectives, this edition
utilizes simple conjugation formulas that
save time and frustration. 126 pp.
paper 14.99
Free at Last
Lynne CohenLSIG
An incredible story of an excruciating
personal journey from a secular, far
left liberal—a communist actually—to a
conservative believer and an Orthodox Jew.
Cohen takes 10 political issues and, with upto-date research, describes how they came
to be viewed totally differently in her mind.
180 pp.
paper 5% 19.95
Sanskrit Primer
Ratnakar NaraleLSIG
This level I book of 20 lessons and five large
reference appendices has everything a new
learner would ever need to learn the Sanskrit
from a basic to the intermediate level fully
well without any external help. 204 pp.
paper 10% 24.00
Guardian of the Republic
Thierry Mornet et al.HWOC
For several generations, men of great value
have put on the costume of the hero called
The Republican Guard! The Guardian is
summoned to free a group of innocent
bystanders taken hostage by the notorious
criminal cartel, CRIMEN, at the Eiffel Tower.
50 pp.
paper 20% 12.99
The Magic Book, 2nd Ed.
The Complete Beginners Guide to Anytime,
Anywhere Close-Up Magic
Harry LorayneLSIG
Lorayne reveals the secrets of magicians—
simple techniques that will enable anyone
to perform seemingly complicated magical
tricks with relative ease. 320 pp.
paper NET 16.99
My Eternal
Aya KnightLSIG
Nao Yukiko, illustrator
Miyu Sato’s life changed the moment she
was sent to live with her uncle. With no
friends, and no one to talk to aside from her
cat, Miyu’s heart is filled with loneliness. On
a star-filled night, Miyu makes a wish that
will change her life forever. She wakes to find
her cat is no longer the furry feline she has
grown to love, but an extremely cute boy—
undressed—and in her bed! Do wishes really
come true? 198 pp.
paper 9.95
Market Table Memories
Seventy-five Years of Family Gardening,
Vending, and Values
M. Jane SchroederCAOI
Schroeder shares a family’s compelling
75 years of trade secrets in successful
gardening, market vending, combatting
hunger, and raising crops while rearing
children. 258 pp.
5% 19.95
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Extensions of African Cultures in Brazil
Gerhard KubikDAVJ
Due to his intensive knowledge of the
African culture, renown ethnomusicologist
Kubik has studied the presence of African
culture phenomena in Brazil. His insights and
interpretations in areas such as language,
music, religion, and social organization lead to
entirely new perspectives in terms of the share
of Africa in the molding process of new cultures
on the other side of the Atlantic. 228 pp.
paper NET 19.99
Across Great Divides
True Stories of Life at Sydney Cove
Susan Elizabeth BoyerLSIG
True stories of life at Sydney Cove bring
to life the diverse experiences of people
living in the precarious circumstance of
Australia’s first penal colony. The stories are
relayed through a nonfiction narrative which
shows how convict men saw and seized the
possibilities of their new position. 334 pp.
paper 25% 24.95
Hidden Treasures
A Collection of African American Facts
Michael S. JohnsonMEII
Provides accurate information that will
enlighten all people by growing and
expanding their knowledge base with
generally unknown African-American facts.
Hidden Treasures purpose is not only to
uplift, inform, inspire, and educate readers,
but also to extend the conversation beyond
the facts in the book. 162 pp.
paper 20% 11.99
Carnival in Tel Aviv
Purim and the Celebration of Urban Zionism
Hizky ShomanACDR
The Tel Aviv annual Purim celebrations were
the largest public events in British Palestine,
and played a key role in the development
of the urban Jewish experience in the
Promised Land. Carnival in Tel Aviv presents
a historical-anthropological analysis of
this mass public event and explores the
ethnographic dimension of Zionism. 252 pp.
IFE, Cradle of the Yoruba
J.A. AdemakinwaAAJR
“Ademakinwa’s book . . . explains the formation
of Yoruba customs and culture in combination
with traditional accounts that tell us about
Yoruba history and culture. The book deals
primarily with a past that is no more, that
very distant time not covered by scientific
explanations but by mythologies.”—Toyin
Falola, Distinguished Teaching Professor, The
University of Texas at Austin. 206 pp.
paper NET 21.95
Choose Your Weapon
The Duel in California, 1847-1861
Christopher BurchfieldAHIR
Burchfield describes in graphic detail the
figures, causes, and means by which the
numerous duels were fought in the Golden
State. Because so many were fought over
politics, the book reveals much about the
major politicians and newspaper editors of
that epoch. 308 pp.
paper 19.95
Inventing a Better Mousetrap
200 Years of American History in the Amazing
World of Patent Models
Alan RothschildMKRM
and Ann Rothschild
This exciting work features the most
outstanding patent models in the past
200 years, and offers deep insight into the
cultural, economic, and political history of
the United States. The authors also show
readers how to build their own replicas of
several selected models using papercraft, 3D
printing, and other techniques. 350 pp.
paper 29.99
Communist Intimacy
Jasna KoteskaNWAP
Koteska analyzes the nature of the police
states in Eastern Europe (especially, of exYugoslavia) during the communist era. The
author’s father, the famous Macedonian
poet Jovan Koteski was a subject of massive
police surveillance by the secret communist
police of ex-Yugoslavia for 42 years out of 69
years of his life, in a well-documented case.
His secret police file was maintained under
the code name The Intimist. 332 pp.
paper 20% 26.00
Creating Texas - A Brief History of the
Jeffrey DaneLAX
and Rod Timanus
vignettes are woven into the tapestry of
the text to tell the entire story of the Texas
Revolution, which had its own sweeping and
extensive aftermath. 306 pp.
paper 5% 17.95
July 2014
King Cobra
Mekong Adventures in French Indochina
Harry HerveyDACJ
Hervey’s lush account takes readers on a
quest for a lost Khmer temple in 1925 French
Indochina. Three stories march side-by-side
to the measure of his cadenced prose: the
impact of French colonialism on the Far East;
the tale of the glorious Khmer civilization;
and the sensual, barbaric lives of the region’s
people in another era. 358 pp.
paper NET 29.95
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Landmarks Revisited
The Vekhi Symposium One Hundred Years on
Robin AizlewoodACDR
and Ruth Coates, editors
The Vekhi (Landmarks) symposium (1909)
is one of the most famous publications in
Russian intellectual and political history.
Its fame rests on the critique it offers of the
phenomenon of the Russian intelligentsia
in the period of crisis that led to the 1917
Russian Revolution. 310 pp.
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The Snake People
The Northern Shoshoni Indians
Robert D. BolenFTBS
A history of the Shoshoni Indian Nation that
describes all seven bands of the tribe. The
Shoshoni flourished when they received
the horse from the Comanche Indians. On
horseback they could hunt the buffalo or
war with other tribes. Their undoing was
the coming of the white man. They lost the
wars with the U.S. Army and wound up on
reservations. 180 pp.
paper NET 14.95
Mo(ve)Ments of Resistance
Politics, Economy and Society in Israel/
Palestine 1931-2013
Lev Luis GrinbergACDR
Grinberg summarizes both his own work and
that of other political economists, providing a
coherent historical narrative covering the time
from the beginning of Socialist Zionism (1904)
to the Oslo Accords and the neoliberalization
of the economy (1994-1996). 250 pp.
The Watchers
Who Watches Us from the Moon and Where
Did the Fallen Angels Go?
Roger KingBLOK
King explores some of the most fundamental
aspects of people’s lives, explaining exactly
what the Moon is, who is watching from the
moon, the nephilim giants, their fathers, and
what the Bible is really telling. Readers will
never look at the night sky in the same way
again. 114 pp.
paper 5% 18.95
My Revenge
Yaakov WodzislawskiCAZL
Wodzislawski was not quite 14 when the
Nazis invaded Poland. He survived ghetto
life and the labor camp in his home town
and found shelter with Barbara Hajdas, a
Pole, who was later honored as a “Righteous
Gentile” for putting her own life at jeopardy
by saving 14 Jews from the Nazis. When
Poland was liberated, Wodzislawski emerged
from his hideout, eventually entering Israel
as an illegal immigrant. 206 pp.
paper NET 13.95
Wonders of Southern Scotland
A Guide to 35 Top Historic & Prehistoric Sites
Lynne FosterLSIG
One of three regional guides to many of the
top historic and prehistoric sites of Scotland,
this edition fills visitors’ needs for information
on historic and prehistoric attractions often
not available outside Scotland. 260 pp.
paper 18.95
Fighting to Lose
How the German Secret Intelligence Service
Helped the Allies Win the Second World War
John BrydenDUND
Newly released FBI and MI5 documents
provide a fresh interpretation of key events
during World War II, including Operation
Barbarossa, the June invasion of Russia,
and the bombing of Pearl Harbor––all tied
to Abwehr––the German Secret Intelligence
Service. 392 pp.
paper 26.99
46 Driver
A Marine Corps Helicopter Pilot’s Vietnam
Arnold ReinerBBGV
In a kaleidoscopic tale of a Marine Corps
CH-46 helicopter pilot and his comrades in
Vietnam, Reiner describes landing zones
laced with enemy fire, catastrophic in-flight
mechanical failures, and the missions that
succeeded and those that didn’t. 172 pp.
paper 16.95
The Armenian Genocide: Forgotten and
Yair AuronCAZL
On April 24, 1915, in the course of World War
I, the rulers of the crumbling Ottoman Empire
embarked upon a campaign of extermination
against the Armenian people. Within less
than a year, more than one million people
were killed, and those who survived became
refugees dispersed throughout the world.
316 pp.
paper NET 15.99
A Short Account of West Africa’s Gold Coast
and Its Nature
Erick TillemanDAVJ
Selena Axelrod Winsnes, editor
This text’s very existence is significant,
since the material is that of the end of the
17th century. Tilleman’s time on West Africa’s
Gold Coast came just after Jean Barbot’s and
coincided with that of Thomas Phillips and
Willem Bosman. It is of interest to compare
and contrast their reports to give us a fuller
picture of events, practices, and allegations.
168 pp.
paper NET 16.99
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Korean War, Vol. 2
Clayton Murwin, editorLSIG
Dan M. Monroe, illustrator
The Korean War (1950-1953) is also called
the “Forgotten War” by many. Within these
pages are the illustrated stories of soldiers
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How’d I Get Here?
And Why Am I Stealing M&M’s from Air Force
Dan BeckmannMGAM
Beckmann appears to be an average guy
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surprising stories. He finds adventure the
way he finds friends—everywhere. Through
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are free. 190 pp.
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Shattered Peace, 2nd Ed.
Versailles 1919 and the Price We Pay Today
David A. AndelmanWILY
Foreword by Henry Kissinger
For more than half a century, it has been widely
recognized that the Treaty of Versailles created
the circumstances that led inevitably to World
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Andelman takes a fresh look at the Treaty of
Versailles as the point of origin for many of
today’s most critical international issues. 336 pp.
paper 16.95
How’d I Get Here?
Iron Skillet Man
A Cookbook and Parody
Hallee BridgemanLSIG
Heroic Hallee the Homemaker (whose secret
identity is Christian author and blogger Hallee
Bridgeman) swings into action and shows
her mettle with her third title in the Hallee’s
Galley parody cookbook series. While just a
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in a parody and surrounded by a comedy
by night, the recipes are absolutely real and
within the grasp of ordinary beings. 264 pp.
paper NET 12.99
Foolproof Wood Finishing, Revised Ed.
For Those Who Love to Build and Hate to
Teri MasaschiFOXP
An expert woodworker takes the mystery out
of finishing and shows readers how to choose,
use, and apply the perfect finish. Includes
more than 50 easy-to-follow exercises and 20
proven finishing recipes. 200 pp.
paper 19.99
Two Snowflakes Walk Into a Bar
The Essential Handbook of Snowflake Jokes
Foreword by Steve Baughman
Whimsy and fun are terms rarely associated
with the legal profession, but McMeen and
Baughman are not typical lawyers. Readers
should be prepared to chuckle, laugh, guffaw,
and, groan! 50 pp.
paper 5% 12.95
Enjoy Being Proud of Who You Are
52 Inspirational Life-Skills Messages for
Peter NichollsDAAE
Nicholls helps teens focus on the emotional
issues of self-acceptance and acceptance of
others, self-esteem, a positive self-image,
self-belief, emotional well-being, and
independence and interdependence. 70 pp.
paper 5% 15.95
Home Staging That Works
Sell Your Home in Less Time for More Money
Starr C. OsborneAMAC
One of America’s most successful staging
experts shows how to turn any home into a
showpiece that buyers will be fighting over.
She offers strategies for each room, as well
as conceptual approaches to bring the parts
together beautifully. 199 pp.
paper 18.95
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Fighting the Amalekites, 2nd Ed.
A Guide to Spiritual Warfare
Hollis L. Green, Th.D, Ph.D.GEAI
In this revised edition, Dr. Green discusses
processes and practices that groups may
perform that can assist individuals to combat
evil forces; however, each person must fight
their own spiritual battles. 144 pp.
paper 16.95
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Celebrity Authors’ Secrets
The World’s Greatest Living Authors Reveal
How They Sell Millions of Books
Stephanie J. HaleLSIG
Twelve of the world’s greatest living authors
reveal their tips for writing a book that sells
more than a million copies. Astonishingly,
less than 100 authors have achieved this
feat since Nielsen Bookscan started keeping
records in 1998. 200 pp.
paper 25% 14.99
The Inexplicable Laws of Success
Discover the Hidden Truths That Separate the
‘Best’ from the ‘Rest’ (Classic Edition)
Virend SinghLSIG
and Verusha Singh
Inspired by the classic, Think and Grow Rich,
this volume makes extensive use of pertinent
motivational quotes and inspirational stories
to drive home the keys to success in life.
Importantly, the content is carefully structured
to show the connectivity between key success
principles and exactly how they engender
spectacular accomplishment. 254 pp.
paper 20% 22.95
First-Year Composition
From Theory to Practice
Deborah Coxwell-TeaguePIR
and Ronald F. Lunsford, editors
Responding to a widespread belief that the
field of composition studies is less unified
than it was in the late 20th century, the editors
of this work ask 12 well-known composition
theorists to create detailed syllabi for a firstyear composition course and then to explain
their theoretical foundations. 414 pp.
paper 5% 34.00
Quote Essential
compiled by Lauren SamoneLSIG
Designed to motivate readers to do all the
things they’ve ever wanted to do, this edition
features inspirational words from an eclectic
group—words to guide and encourage a
person in the pursuit of the life of his or her
dreams. 198 pp.
NET 31.95
The Well-Fed Self-Publisher, 2nd Ed. Revised
How to Turn One Book Into a Full-Time Living
Peter BowermanFNVE
Self-publishing has become easier, more
viable, and more potentially lucrative than
ever before. By following the author’s
firsthand experience, readers will learn a
radical new approach to book promotion and
publishing. 352 pp.
paper NET 19.95
Sacred Seeds of Redemption
40 True Stories to Encourage Your Heart
Lela Gillow BuchananMGAM
Buchanan opens the door of her heart and
invites readers to participate in everyday life
situations with her and her family, weaving
the premise that God is present in every
moment, both the life enhancing and the
challenging. 210 pp.
paper 16.99
How to Get a Green Card, 11th Ed.
Ilona Bray, J.D.,NOLO
and Loida Nicolas Lewis, J.D.
U.S. immigration law is a tangle of details.
This resource explains the most likely bases
upon which an everyday person might qualify
for a green card: family, marriage, asylum,
the visa lottery, and a few lesser-known
categories. Includes step-by-step application
instructions, checklists with required forms,
and tips to avoid mistakes. 352 pp.
paper 39.99
Sacred Seeds of Redemption
Issues in Internet Law
Society, Technology, and the Law, 8th Edition
Dr. Keith B. DarrellABEB
Concisely written and covering a broad range
of topics, this is the most current book of its
kind! Although it deals with the complex
legal issues surrounding the Internet, it is
written in layman’s terms and illustrated with
‘ripped from the headlines’ court cases. 554
paper NET 89.95
Best of the Independent Rhetoric and
Composition Journals 2012
Steve Parks et al., editorsPIR
Representing both print and digital journals
in the field, the essays featured here explore
issues ranging from classroom practice to
writing in global and digital contexts, from
writing workshops to community activism.
Together, the essays provide readers with a
rich understanding of the present and future
direction of the field. 320 pp.
paper 5% 32.00
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A Legal Guide for Lesbian & Gay Couples,
17th Ed.
Frederick HertzNOLO
and Emily Doskow
Laws affecting LGBT couples are changing
rapidly, and keeping up with the myriad ways
the shifting legal landscape touches family
life can be daunting. This practical guide is
updated with the latest legal information and
legislation that will help same-sex couples
protect and exercise their rights and make
sound decisions. 448 pp.
paper 34.99
I Cinque Principi del Tutto
Gordon RichiusaLSIG
contributed by Steve Galvanoni
Arianna Carloni, translator
Fifteen notable and successful contributors
from every walk of life and from every diverse
point of reference show how they apply five
principles to their own unique objectives,
while ultimately learning to identify core
human values and skills as a starting point
for all life strategies. Italian ed. 304 pp.
paper NET 18.78
Online Law Practice Strategies, 3rd Ed.
Jabez LebretLSIG
and Mark Homer
“For years we enjoyed top employment law
keyword positions in Google. That changed
when Google made major changes to its
search algorithms . . .This book explains those
changes and provides an understandable,
step-by-step process for doing well in local
searches.”—Neil Klingshirn, Esq. 294 pp.
paper NET 49.95
Letters to My Angel
Happy Children in a Sensory World
Talya BirkhanCAZL
An eight-year-old boy writes letters to
his imaginary angel to help him live with
Sensory Modulation Disorder. In this moving
diary, Ray returns to his life experiences in
his domestic and school environments, while
describing the path he had to travel as a child
with SMD. 130 pp.
NET 15.99
Who Will Pay My Auto Accident Bills?
Paul A. Samakow, Esq.COGE
After decades of beating the insurance
companies and winning cases for thousands
of auto accident victims, Samakow explains
what people need to know about car
accidents in order to win their claims. 304 pp.
paper 24.95
My Extraordinary Journey from Man to
H.L. SudlerARHK
inspirational, and oftentimes brutally honest
collection of essays, Sudler embarks upon
a journey of self-discovery in his quest to
define what it truly means to be a patriarch in
the wake of his father’s death. 248 pp.
paper NET 10.99
Your Rights in the Workplace, 10th Ed.
Barbara Kate RepaNOLO
Lisa Guerin, editor
A complete handbook on workplace laws
covering everything from rules for hiring
and getting paid through losing a job and
unemployment benefits, fully updated with
the latest legislation and case law that affects
employees in all 50 states. 560 pp.
paper 29.99
Prick of the Spindle, Issue 5
Cynthia Reeser, editorAAZV
A literary journal publishing contemporary
fiction, poetry, nonfiction, drama, reviews,
interviews, and works of literary criticism
and academic research, Prick of the Spindle’s
print edition content is separate from that of
the online journal. It is a 501(c)(3) non-profit
corporation. 174 pp.
paper 10% 10.00
The Colonial Journals
And the Emergence of Australian Literary
Ken GelderUWAP
and Rachael Weaver
Gelder and Weaver present a fascinating
selection of material: a miscellany of content
that enabled the free play of intellect to thrive
and, matched with wry visual design, made
attractive artifacts that demonstrate the
role this period played in the growth of an
Australian literary culture. 420 pp.
paper 20% 45.00
July 2014
Essays in Honor of Robert L. Belknap
Deborah Martinsen et al., editorsACDR
The collected essays present concrete
strategies for teaching the works of some
of Russia’s best-known writers: Pushkin,
Lermontov, Gogol, Turgenev, SaltykovShchedrin, Dostoevsky,Tolstoy, and Chekhov.
354 pp.
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Three Men in a Boat (to Say Nothing of the
Jerome K. JeromeEVPE
A. Frederics, illustrator
Three Men in a Boat was first published in
1889 and has never been out of print since—a
remarkable testimony to its popularity. The
three young men decide to take a boating
holiday on the Thames. The book recounts
their adventures and mishaps on the trip.
212 pp.
paper 20% 15.95
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Pre-Marital Blisters
A Bride and Groom’s Guide to Finding
Balance in The Wedding Planning Process
Ms. Leto NesbittLSIG
The owner of Blessed Hands Bridal Boutique
and founder of New Creations of God
Ministry explains how couples can have a
stress-free wedding and live victoriously. 38
paper 10% 9.99
Tredden in Scath (Heb Gwil Mencyon a’n Ky)
Cornish edition.
paper 20% 15.95
Sexy Secrets to a Juicy Love Life
compiled by Lorii AbelaLSIG
For the first time, 29 dating coaches,
personal coaches share their secrets in print
on a global scale! This book was compiled
to make every woman around the globe
successful at creating a juicier love life so she
can avoid frustration, unhappiness, and the
worry she’ll be alone forever. 212 pp.
paper NET 17.95
Virginia Woolf’s A Room of One’s Own
A Contribution to the Essay Genre
Michael D. DegenTLMP
Degen provides a classical rhetorical analysis
of Woolf’s essay, concentrating on mode,
arrangement, voice, and style. 94 pp.
paper 12.00
The Way of Analysis, Revised Ed.
Robert S. StrichartzJONB
The Way of Analysis gives a thorough
account of real analysis in one or several
variables, from the construction of the real
number system to an introduction of the
Lebesgue Integral. 739 pp.
paper NET 213.95
He Said, She Said
Dialogs of a Married Couple
Rivka Nardi, Ph.D.CAZL
and Chen Nardi, Ph.D.
For three years, marriage therapists Rivka and
Chen Nardi documented an ongoing, soulbaring dialogue of their marital relationship.
They describe a picture of marriage that is
familiar to most people and how authenticity
can lead couples through what is difficult to
talk about. 436 pp.
paper NET 18.99
Arthritis in Hands and Arthritis in Fingers.
Rheumatoid Arthritis and Osteoarthritis
Lucy RudfordLSIG
Diagnosed with RSI, Repetitive Strain Injury,
from texting, the author presents a tool that
discusses symptoms, signs, treatment, diet,
how to prevent the pain, exercises, and
alternative therapies. 148 pp.
paper 20% 13.97
He’s Not Going to Call
How to Get Over It, Start Dating and Find a
Good Man
Romy MillerAALB
A guide to getting over the waiting game and
start dating again—only this time with more
knowledge and self-awareness—this edition
will not only help women overcome selfdoubt and insecurity, but will help to avoid
it in the first place, and help them to find a
good man. 118 pp.
paper 13.95
Arthritis in Hands and Arthritis in Fingers.
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Obamacare For the Genius
Stacie Harting MarshCRHN
A nonpartisan, conversational guide to
Obamacare, this comprehensive resource
addresses last-minute changes through
November 2013. 316 pp.
paper 24.95
Caregiving For the Genius
Jane W. BartonCRHN
Regardless of one’s age, profession, gender,
or cultural roots, this resource will help him
or her prepare to care by understanding
what it feels like to be a caregiver and a care
receiver. 378 pp.
paper 24.95
Degenerative Disc Disease Explained.
Frederick EarlsteinLSIG
Degenerative Disc Disease plagues the
millions of people that suffer from it. Earlstein
provides an understanding of Disc Disease
including medical treatments, alternative
treatments and self-care, nutrition, and spine
health. 118 pp.
paper 10% 12.99
Scabies and Lice Explained.
Frederick EarlsteinLSIG
Millions of people suffer from scabies
and lice. This books aims to provide the
information sought out by those millions of
people. 118 pp.
paper 10% 12.99
The General Surgery Recertification Exam
Steven M. FiserHCOC
The general surgery re-certification exam is
not like the ABSITE or the first certification
exam. The re-certification exam tests clinical
knowledge. This book focuses on the clinical
aspects of general surgery and current
standard of care recommendations. 232 pp.
paper 20% 99.99
Sinusitis, Hay Fever, Allergic Rhinitis
Frederick EarlsteinLSIG
In a straightforward, no-nonsense fashion,
Earlstein covers all aspects of sinusitis, hay
fever, and allergic rhinitis. 126 pp.
paper 20% 13.97
Golfer’s Elbow & Tennis Elbow Explained.
Robert RymoreLSIG
Millions of people are suffering from golfer’s
elbow or tennis elbow, including the author
himself. He discusses epicondylitis, golfer’s
and tennis elbow, as well as treatment,
exercises, symptoms, causes, surgery, cure,
braces, and more. 124 pp.
paper 20% 12.97
Torticollis Explained
A Complete Care Guide
Frederick EarlsteinLSIG
Torticollis affects thousands. This medical
guide provides the information sought out
by those who have been diagnosed with it.
74 pp.
paper NET 9.97
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Total Immersion
John B. JosimovichLSIG
In this frank and compelling memoir, a
successful and highly respected doctor looks
back on his early years of practice, from
his general surgical training at Boston City
Hospital to his specialty study in reproductive
research at Harvard Medical School. 128 pp.
paper NET 14.95
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Paul HarriesOMNI
Following a hugely successful touring
exhibition throughout 2011-2012, Harries,
Britain’s preeminent rock photographer,
has now selected the best of his stunning
Slipknot photographs for this collection.
paper 27.95
The Streets of Nashville
The Little Book
Lee ClaytonLSIG
Clayton’s compressed glimpse in prose,
poetry, and lyrics of more than 40 years on
Music Row in the Nashville music scene. As
a singer/songwriter, Clayton has recorded
six very well-received albums of his own
material. 76 pp.
paper 5% 5.99
George Clinton & the Cosmic Odyssey of the
P-Funk Empire
Kris NeedsOMNI
The first in-depth biography of one of music’s
most fascinating, colorful, and innovative
characters presents a unique record of
black popular culture alongside the broader
historical context of social changes. Contains
a wealth of new interview material.
paper 34.95
My Berlin
Christel AlexanderLSIG
A collection of songs based on stories
through the eyes of Lina Bhero, a young girl
who survives the desperate times of Berlin
during World War II, written and performed
by Alexander. 52 pp.
paper NET 15.95
The Camel Spider or Wind Scorpion.
The Complete Guide to Camel Spiders.
Hathai RossLSIG
Everything a person needs to know about
these fascinating creatures is covered in
detail. Includes color pictures. 126 pp.
paper 25% 14.97
Rolling Stones
Reuel Golden, editorTLLC
The definitive, authorized illustrated history of
one of the world’s greatest rock-n-roll bands.
Produced in collaboration with the band, this
volume charts the Stones remarkable history
and outrageously cool lifestyle in a photographs
and illustrations, many previously unseen,
gathered from archives all over the world.
Common Edible Useful Plants of the West
Muriel SweetNATG
Sweet explains how the Indians, pioneers,
and the early Spanish-Americans used many
of the common wild plants for food and
medicinal uses, also for making shelters or
artifacts. 66 pp.
paper 7.95
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Echoes: Listening to the Voices in Spirited
Michelina DocimoLSIG
An introspective exploration of people and the
world, Docimo’s first book serves as a window
into the soul and how it relates to others.
Interweaving issues of religion, politics, and
the environment, Docimo dialogues with local
individuals building spiritual and sustainable
communities. 230 pp.
NET 25.00
Monarch Butterfly
Monarch Butterfly Migration, Facts, Life
Cycle, What Do They Eat, Habitat
Harry GoldcroftLSIG
Monarch butterflies are on the endangered
butterfly list. This resource covers many
topics about their lives. Written in an easy
style, it goes into detail about many things
including conservation and what people are
doing for these beautiful butterflies. 132 pp.
paper 25% 9.97
Bill LiaoLSIG
Foreword by Archbishop em. Desmond Tutu
Liao simply and engagingly captures the vital
role forests play in combating the effects of
climate change. The reasons for the current
and historical demise of the forest are clearly
outlined, followed by a fascinating insight
into how a forest works to help the local and
global environment. 212 pp.
2014 Astrological Almanac
Casus Belli
Austin CoppockACXH
An epic history of the year and a practical
guide to the day-to-day, the 2014 Astrological
Almanac is in a class by itself. Horoscopes
and an introduction to practical astrology
make the almanac accessible to the laymen,
but its scope and focus also make it
invaluable to the professional. 270 pp.
paper NET 25.00
Climbing Higher on the Mystical Path
Kim MichaelsMTLP
have been inspired and uplifted by the
profound teachings released in the form of
conversations between the ascended master
Jesus and the author. In this book Jesus
describes in a very personal way the more
advanced stages of the mystical or spiritual
path. 278 pp.
paper 16.95
The Lake’s Apprentice
Annamaria WeldonUWAP
Author and poet Weldon offers an intimate
portrait of the chain of lakes on Australia’s
southwest coast that includes Lake Yalgorup,
between Mandurah and Bunbury. The
Lake’s Apprentice contains a suite of poems,
celebrated essays, photographs, and nature
notes cognizant of current environmental
research. 254 pp.
paper 20% 24.95
The Dawn of Global Sense
Consciousness Now Changing Our Lives
Judah FreedMVOS
Foreword by Vandana Shiva
Against a backdrop of climate change,
political upheaval, and economic instability,
Freed reveals how authority addiction and
alpha-male rule have driven people to ravage
the planet and sacrifice liberty for security.
Offering real hope, the author proves that
an awakening into global consciousness is
reaching a tipping point. 186 pp.
paper 20% 14.95
Lessons from Pond Scum
Ted MerrillHASS
Merrill, a lifelong physician and ecologist,
offers the eco-jar as a working model of
Planet Earth. An eco-jar is a sealed, airtight
container, mostly full of water but also
containing mud, sand, rocks, plants, and tiny
creatures. The lessons Merrill shares apply to
every aspect of human endeavor. 132 pp.
paper 17.95
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The Golden Spiral
Revealing the Temple of the Soul
Zipi Inbal LiorCAZL
and Eti Lion
Revelations by the Creator and prophet Elijah,
channeled through the authors, provide
understanding, tranquility, and deep insights
into the soul. A magical spiritual journey
takes the reader through time and spiritual
space while reminding what life is all about: a
celebration in the joy of being. 380 pp.
paper NET 15.99
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Learn, Love, Live
Life Coaching Planner
Brenda HauslerCAZL
Part calendar, planner, and workbook, this
volume includes exercises to guide readers
in creating a productive and balanced
year. It is based on four guiding principles:
Gratitude, Initiative, Well-Being, and the
Inner Compass. 168 pp.
paper NET 15.99
Lone Star Ghosts
Olyve Hallmark AbbottHBCR
Welcome to the spirited side of Texas, where
ghost stories abound, and spirited tales
range from the Rio Grande on the south
border to the Red River in the north. There
is perhaps no state in the Union with more
ghost stories than Texas. 268 pp.
paper 17.95
Heal Your Life by Forgiving Everything
Kim MichaelsMTLP
Total forgiveness leads to total freedom. This
workbook gives a combination of teachings
from ascended masters and spiritual
exercises that empower readers to let go of
all past hurts and wounds. This gives them
the foundation for a breakthrough in the
healing of spiritual, emotional, and physical
conditions. 382 pp.
paper 21.95
My Search for Truth
Personal Stories of Inspiration, Mediumship,
Reincarnation, and Ghosts
Jo KellyBDPN
An autobiographical account of the many
diverse roads and occupations taken by
the author in her search for truth and the
meaning of life. She encountered many
strange and unexplained happenings along
the way and was gradually remodeled into a
more caring and considerate human being.
114 pp.
paper 13.00
A Journey of Possibilities
Sonia BarrettTAUI
A collection of stimulating articles written by
Barrett over the course of several years. Each
one is like its own unique book covering a
diverse range of information. These articles
compiled in this format will allow the reader
to conveniently reference each one again
and again. 204 pp.
paper 25% 18.95
Key for Consulting the Tibetan Calendar
Chögyal Namkhai NorbuLSIG
The result of a course held by Norbu in Rome
at the beginning of the 1980s as part of a
seminar on Tibetan Medicine and Astrology,
this text aims to act as an introduction to the
Tibetan astrological universe. At the same
time, it can serve as a useful instrument to
guide those who understand how closely
their lives are linked to the warp and weft of
the movements of the universe, in the general
interdependence of all phenomena. 140 pp.
paper NET 17.99
The Pact
Messages from the Other Side
Barbara Sinor, Ph.D.LHAG
The author shares the stories of some of
her past lives and the insight she gained by
channeling her departed husband’s words.
200 pp.
paper 19.95
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Blood in the Streets
Racism, Riots and Murders in the Heartland
of America
Daniel L. BakerLSIG
and Gwen Nalls
In the midst of a nation suffering through
riots and racial strife in the 1965-1975 era, a
racist sniper roamed the streets of Dayton,
Ohio, killing black men as a vigilante
determined to stop federal court-ordered
public school desegregation and the mixing
of races. The story is told via experiences of
the authors, one a rookie police officer who
became a homicide detective, and the other
author who grew up during that period in the
segregated city. 344 pp.
paper 19.50
Rooted in the Body, Seeking the Soul
Tara MillerIMMN
One purpose of this anthology is to help
people find comfort in the fact that they are
not alone. Some of the authors turned to a
magical practice as a way to find healing,
and the anthology includes rituals and
stories about healing. Groups can use it as a
resource toward understanding members or
potential members with disabilities. 222 pp.
paper 20% 20.99
The Ten Commandments
Lessons in Personal Growth
Dorit Ben-DorCAZL
Many understand the Ten Commandments as
a set of laws and commandments intended
for religious practice. A more intimate
reading of the commandments reveals an
inspiration for everyone, a guide through life
that explains the role the soul and mind play
in the life choices that are made. 196 pp.
NET 17.99
Surviving Evil
A Victims Journey From a Place of Hell to the
Road to Recovery
Junie MoonFBVS
According to the author, 10 percent of
psychopaths will kill someone; the other
90 percent will watch their target kill
himself or herself. This book contains
additional information regarding the true
story A Sociopath Beside Me and updated
information on the victim’s circumstances
today and the current status of the recently
apprehended perpetrator. 168 pp.
paper 20% 14.95
Why Buddha Touched the Earth
Tom SwissIMMN
Swiss investigates the rise of Buddhism as
a world religion during the 19th and 20th
centuries, its relationship to the Neopagan
movement, and how both are related to the
extraordinary changes civilization has seen
since the Industrial Revolution. He combines
rigorous history with lively and practical
discussions of mysticism, magic, meditation,
ethics, and the future of religion in a scientific
age. 308 pp.
paper 20% 21.99
The Ballet Called Swan Lake
Cyril W. BeaumontDADN
The definitive work on one of ballet’s
greatest and most popular works describes
the evolution of “Swan Lake” from its
initial conception to its first realization
by the Austrian choreographer Julius
Wenzel Reisinger, which was a comparative
failure, followed by the story of the ballet’s
resuscitation and eventual triumph by
Marius Petipa and Lev Ivanov. 222 pp.
paper NET 15.00
Looking at Dances
Valerie Preston-DunlopDABK
Written for practical people in dance, the text is
organized in 32 short chapters each addressing
a question on the way in which choreographers
might or might not engage with their audiences
in dance theater works. 240 pp.
paper NET 29.95
The Art of Murder
Ted HolmbergHBPN
A killer stalks the hallowed halls of one of
New England’s most venerable art clubs
but petite and streetwise state cop Donna
Pacheco and her cohort Matt Borg search
even into the root cellar of the club to find
the murderer. 368 pp.
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The Making of Stanley Kubrick’s 2001 A
Space Odyssey
Piers BizonyTLLC
designed by M. Paris
Science fiction’s greatest masterpiece is
explored in depth 50 years after the film’s
conception. Made in exclusive collaboration
with the Kubrick estate and Warner Brothers,
this work features hundreds of 2001-related
documents, concept artwork, and superb
behind-the-scenes photographs from the
Kubrick Archives. 1,384 pp.
25% 750.00
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Beyond Reflection
Anders KolleAOOS
An inquiry into two distinct modes of thinking
delineating two separate approaches and
conceptions of the world and its objects.
What is opened in refraction emerges in
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and that which comes back altered and from
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144 pp.
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Marie Taglioni
André LevinsionDABK
Cyril W. Beaumont, translator
The first English translation of Levinson’s
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one of the greatest representatives of the
art of classical ballet. The book affords a
complete account of the dancer’s career from
her first appearance at Vienna in 1822 to her
triumphs in La Sylphide, La Gitane, and La
Fille du Danube. 142 pp.
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Book of Will and World
Foundation of Moral Universalism
Anup RejLSIG
Good and evil and right and wrong have been
important issues in all cultures and societies
during all ages. Rej analyses the history of social
evolution and its impact on the perceptions of
moral values across the globe. 192 pp.
Towards Ballet
Dance Training for the Very Young
Beryl F. ManthorpDADN
Books on classical ballet technique are
legion, but this is the first book for many
years to deal with the teaching of pre-ballet
classes to very young children—written by a
life member of the Royal Academy of Dance.
90 pp.
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A Contemplation on Guru Gita
Swami Nityamuktananda SaraswatiLSIG
A thorough and in-depth contemplation on
Guru Gita from personal experience and
insight brings this ancient text into modernday context for the spiritual seeker across all
traditions and religions. 290 pp.
paper NET 19.00
Art and Self-Creation
The Roots of Creativity and Innovation
Lorena FernandezAOOS
Fernandez proposes using the metaphor of
the Complex Adaptive System to think about
the human, embedded into environments
that trigger change in that human. The nature
of that change, however, is determined by
the internal organization of the human;
interconnected, interdependent, adaptable
nodes. 412 pp.
paper NET 57.95
Hierarchy and Free Expression in the Fight
Against Racism
Denis RancourtAHIR
With courage and brutal honesty, polymath
public intellectual Rancourt turns his attention
to racism and to its interactional, societal,
psychological, and physiological basis. 180 pp.
paper 19.95
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Holderlin and Bialik in a Hermeneutical
Zeev MaorAOOS
Johann Christian Friedrich Holderlin (17701843) and Chaim Nachman Bialik (18731934), both poets, have brought forth a rich
field of research and interpretation. This book
creates a hermeneutical encounter between
the poetry of Holderlin and Bialik and the
interpretational and philosophical discourses
orbiting their writing. 248 pp.
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Rob LarsonAOOS
Wolfgang Schirmacher, Afterword
Larson details a study of original
genealogies, biographies, concepts, and
events leading from anthropogenesis
to the teleological singularity, providing
context for an ever-present undercurrent of
written script (organized information) as it
is revealed progressively through the real
functioning of finite life in its original spacetime continuum. 288 pp.
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Neville Goddard
The Complete Reader
David Allen, editorLSIG
Allen includes all 10 of Goddard’s spiritual
classics and restores the original texts,
removing any editorial additions, as well
as extraneous text injected by overzealous
editors or publishers. 544 pp.
paper 10% 24.95
William Wordsworth Fragments
Rainer J. Hanshe, editorCETK
Introduction by Alan Vardy
Featuring an extended introduction by Vardy,
scholar of British Romanticism, this prose
treatise on a subject of such centrality to the
poet’s project can no longer be ignored. The
fragments are being published on their own
for the very first time. 160 pp.
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Peace Philosophy and Public Life
Commitments, Crises, and Concepts for
Engaged Thinking
Greg MosesRDOP
and Gail Presbey, editors
To a world assaulted by private interests, this
text argues that peace must be a public thing.
With essays by committed peace philosophers,
it shows how public engagement has been a
significant feature of peace philosophers such as
Camus, Sartre, Dewey, and Dorothy Day. 210 pp.
paper 5% 58.80
Air Rising
A Photographic Journey
produced by Alvaro FernandezLSIG
Fernandez documents his experiments with
air bubbles in different types of liquids in this
collection of 81 photographs. 130 pp.
Astrophotography, 2nd Ed.
Thierry LegaultRNOK
Today’s photographic equipment allows
amateurs to take pictures of the stars that
far surpass images taken just a few decades
ago by even the largest observatories—
and this guide from world-renowned
astrophotographer Legault shows readers all
of the arts and techniques they need to know.
240 pp.
paper 39.95
A Philosophy Fiction
Stephen David RossAOOS
Exploring the entwining of philosophy and
fiction, loving in truth, and believing in
images, this work retraces the themes and
structure of Platonic writings in an imaginary
contemporary context, sometimes in reverse
and upside down, to express the wonder and
abundance of the world and the intimacy and
fullness in every creature and thing. 382 pp.
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Seeing and Creativity
Bruce BarnbaumRNOK
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Always Being Born
Patricia B. CosentinoHLEY
A collection of insightful and accomplished
poetry by Cosentino. 94 pp.
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American Bards & the London Reviewer
A Satire
Pietros ManeosLSIG
With the passion of an artist and the
erudition of a man of letters, Maneos
deftly lampoons the artistic and literary
trends of the 20th and 21st centuries in this
iconoclastic masterpiece. Through this satire,
he firmly distances himself from the modish
movements of the times and lights the way
for a new cultural age. 164 pp.
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Mastering the Nikon Coolpix A
Darrell YoungRNOK
information for owners of the new Coolpix A
camera and helps the user navigate past the
confusion that often comes with learning to
use complex camera equipment. He explores
the features and capabilities of the camera in
a way that far surpasses the user’s manual.
375 pp.
paper 34.95
Brooklyn Birth: Sicilian Soul
F. Anthony D’AlessandroGSRV
The poetry in this book presents a verbal
canvas of the author’s days, from his preteen
years spent on commercial fishing boats
with earthy Sicilian fishermen, to late night
summer stickball games on steamy Brooklyn
streets, to waffle Wednesday dining with
elementary school friends, and to savory
spaghetti Sundays surrounded by tasty food
and a most wonderful, caring, and generous
family. 162 pp.
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Gem of the Ocean
August Wilson in the Black Diaspora
Olasope O. Oyelaran, editorTHIR
Paying tribute to August Wilson and Larry
Leon Hamlin, founder of the National Black
Theater Foundation, this collection of
essays over issues like honesty, redemption,
forgiveness, faith, life, and death are a
celebration of what these great minds helped
bring to the world stage.
paper 23.95
Catherine Sophia’s Elbow
Darla K. CristFAJD
Catherine Sophia Boucher, the once-illiterate
daughter of a market gardener, faces poverty
and obscurity while she devotes herself to
learning the bookmaking trade. After she
marries poet-painter William Blake, she
becomes his partner in every way. Through
meticulous research and masterful wordcraft, Crist lifts the veil on the woman behind
the man, revealing the bitter and the sweet of
marriage to an intense visionary. 82 pp.
Able Muse Winter 2013
Alexander Pepple, editorABEI
Continuing the tradition of publishing
masterfully crafted poetry, fiction, essays,
art and photography, and book reviews, this
anthology includes the winning story and
poems from the contest winners and finalists
for 2013. 192 pp.
paper 16.95
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Heaven from Steam
Carol LightABEI
A finalist for the 2012 Able Muse Book Award,
Light moves effortlessly from the humorous
to the serious, from mundane concerns
to sublime. With surprising wordplay and
associations, she renders complex vistas
as understandable simplicities, finds fresh,
inventive turns of phrase that will remain
with the reader. 108 pp.
paper 18.95
Compositions of the Dead Playing Flutes
Barbara Ellen SorensenABEI
Sorensen’s poetry embraces the many joys
of spirit and flesh, while acknowledging that
death is an ever-present shadow. Her lyrics
sometime sear, sometime soar, and are
rooted in nature and her lived environment.
132 pp.
paper 19.95
Fate Lines / Desire Lines
Caleb PuckettMMOH
A superb collection from a poet with an
original voice and a daring approach to
language. He speaks to all kinds of lines that
define lives, especially storylines about what
lives are and are not. 94 pp.
paper 10% 15.00
In Short, a Memory of the Other on a Good
Allison CundiffGDNN
and Steven Schreiner
With these poems, Cundiff and Schreiner
offer a sheltered, exquisite conversation that
encompasses the tangled narrative of love
and other things less easy to announce or
acknowledge. 94 pp.
paper 20% 15.00
The Fateful Apple
Venus ThrashLSIG
Foreword by Dr. Keith D. Leonard
These poems reside in what has come to be
called by scholars the “matrix” of the blues,
the intersection of shared history, artistic
techniques and sensibilities, and individual
creativity which marks this most defining of
cultural forms. Channeling the magic of Eve
and her punishment, the collection opens
readers to the possibilities of new ways of
knowing one another. 78 pp.
paper 20% 15.99
Peace of Heaven, Heat of Hell
L.G. DaleneyMBCO
This edition contains 31 poems and 14
original works of art created with passion
and fury by Daleney.
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Peace of Heaven, Heat of Hell
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Garden of the Heart
A Spiritual Journey in Poetry
Dora OlsonLSIG
A collection of songs and poems that
attempt to capture what the author felt and
experienced on a spiritual journey that began
many years ago. The poems speak of turning
from the mind of self to a selfless Heart, from
fear to Love, from lower to higher, from outer
to inner. 100 pp.
paper NET 9.95
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Sitting with a Drunken Sorceress
Poems and Prose to Invite You, to Incite You,
to Delight You
Arlene S. BiceBLOK
and Thomas Haywood Park, M.A., editors
A gathering of poets and writers is always a
special occasion. This selected assemblage
of 26 writers and poets presents a wide range
of literary voice in age, ethnicity, gender, and
locale to bring a span of deep intensity from
within to lighthearted reader-friendly words.
166 pp.
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Steering with My Knees
Paul ZarzyskiBCLM
From the self-anointed, one-and-only
Polish-Mafioso-Rodeo-Poet of Manchester,
Montana, this handpicked selection of
“lite encounters of the otherworldly kind”
includes fan favorites “The Tumbleweed
Munchies,” “Long Sagebrush Drives,” “Why I
Like BUTTE!” and “The Whale in My Wallet.”
216 pp.
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Watering My Soul
Ella Kate ReevesLSIG
Reeves, a dance and movement therapist
and an accredited psychotherapist, was
struck by an illness that left her unable to
dance, so she turned to writing. She shares
her challenges through this unique poetry
collection. 78 pp.
paper NET 13.99
What the Hell Happened to Me?
The Truth about Menopause and Beyond
Ellen GoldbergGLED
Written with an irreverent, dry sense of
humor, this is the perfect antidote for
women who are dealing with the trials and
tribulations of getting older. 54 pp.
paper 20% 15.00
A Divine Comedy for Our Time
Anup RejLSIG
Throwing light on many of the important
questions of existence, this work will take
readers through the realms of poetry,
philosophy, mythology, spirituality, religion,
cosmos, and man’s relation to the “Cosmic
Being.” 612 pp.
86 Days in Greece
A Time of Crisis
Taso LagosLSIG
An insider’s view into the social, political,
economic, and cultural dimensions of
the crisis in Greece provides a unique,
impressionistic, and philosophical account
of one of the most important moments in
Europe today. 220 pp.
paper 16.00
Telarañas Detrás del Espejo
Antología Poética
Melchor RosarioMHOR
A compilation of poetic prose where the soul
is mixed with the daily routine and neverheard voices emerge from this mysterious
silence, showing a different face; sometimes
of joy, pain, and pause in each line. Spanish
edition. 236 pp.
paper 10% 11.99
Afghanistan After the Drawdown
Seth G. JonesCFR
and Keith Crane
As this Council Special Report explains, 2014
will be a pivotal year for Afghanistan. Jones
and Crane recommend a number of steps the
United States can and should take to advance
its interests during this transition. 54 pp.
paper NET 12.00
The Variorum Edition of the Poetry of John
Donne, Vol. 3
The Satyres
John DonneINUP
Gary A. Stringer et al., editors
Based on an exhaustive study of the
manuscripts and printed editions in which
these poems have appeared, this volume in
the series presents newly edited critical texts
of the five canonical satires and details the
genealogical history of each accompanied by
a thorough prose discussion. 1,044 pp.
30% 80.00
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Conservative Insurgency
The Struggle to Take America Back 2009-2041
Kurt SchlichterPHLP
A weekly columnist for
presents an oral history of a successful
struggle against progressive dominance
from the perspective of the year 2041. It is
not a novel; instead, it is a rallying cry and
a battle plan for constitutional conservatives
who feel outnumbered and outgunned by a
liberal establishment.
The War on Drugs
A Failed Experiment
Paula MalleaDUND
Mallea explores the spectacular failure of
the war on drugs to weaken drug cartels
and the illegal drug supply, as well as the
modern history of drug use and abuse,
the pharmacology of illegal drugs, and the
economy of the illegal drug trade. 232 pp.
paper 22.99
Cinema Unchained
The Films of Quentin Tarantino
Simona BrancatiNWAP
“Brancati shows how aspects of Tarantino’s
films—which have been all too frequently
dismissed as superfluous silliness—are, in
fact, intentional aesthetic and ideological
commentaries.”—Ben Lawton, Associate
Professor of Italian and Film Video Studies,
Purdue University. 200 pp.
paper 20% 26.00
MIPJ 2014
Climate Change, Resource Conflict, the
Environment and Human Security
KJ Wetherholt, editorLSIG
MediaStorm,, the Byrd Polar
Research Center, and the Center for Climate
and Security. The edition also includes
interviews with environmental photojournalist
and zoologist Sean Gallagher; photojournalist
Robin Hammond; James G. Workman;
Francisco Femia; and Red Shuttleworth. 266 pp.
paper 20% 49.00
The Adderall Empire
A Life with ADHD and the Millennials’ Drug
of Choice
Andrew K. SmithMGAM
Smith’s hooligan pranks and social
impulsiveness paint a picture of Attention
medication, and it would seem that the little
orange pills could cure his mischief. But
here, he explores whether working-memory
training is a feasible treatment alternative.
180 pp.
paper 14.95
Nigeria and the United States
Twists and Turns Through Five Decades
Shola J. OmoregieAAJR
and Abiodun Alao, editors
Provides a detailed and in-depth assessment
of the relationship between the world’s sole
superpower and Africa’s most populous
nation. The book chronicles the early
contacts between the two countries and then
assesses how that relationship has evolved,
enlisting the services of some of Nigeria’s
most notable international relations experts
and scholars. 316 pp.
paper NET 34.95
The Adderall Empire
The American Epidemic
Solutions for Over-Medicating Our Youth
Frank J. Granett,
Nutritional, physiological, and environmental
risk factors have created a behavioral health
crisis in America. Granett reveals how
to eliminate these risk factors and revert
children to normal behavior without drug
therapy. Also discussed is the prudent use
of drug therapy protocols to prevent harmful
side effects. 190 pp.
paper 17.95
The System
Adrian H. KriegAZUN
Demonstrating the degree to which
Americans are subjected to state produced
misinformation, Krieg details the means
used to implement the N.W.O. cabal, using
economic, social, and Keynesian monetary
means to control the population. The book
is indexed and has a bibliography as well as
addendums. 252 pp.
paper 30.00
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The Beyond Mind Papers
Vol. 1: Transpersonal and Metatranspersonal
Elias CaprilesBDPN
Throughout this four-volume work, Dr.
Capriles explains the correct view of Mind
according to the Buddhist Dzogchen in
contrast to well-intentioned but misguided
views among some transpersonal authorstoward what he calls the “meta-transpersonal
view,” whose ultimate goal is, as all agree,
“true sanity.” 224 pp.
paper 18.00
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Growing Up Differently
The Emotional and Social World of Children
with Learning Disabilities and AttentionDeficit Disorder: A New Language for Parents
and Educators
Ronit Plotnink, Ph.D.CAZL
multidisciplinary developmental approach,
the entire development of a child from
birth to adulthood, utilizing an integrative
model to describe the effects of learning
difficulties on the child, the family, and social
interactions. 372 pp.
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The Beyond Mind Papers
Vol. Two: Steps to a Metatranspersonal
Philosophy and Psychology
paper 18.00
The Beyond Mind Papers
Vol.Three: Further Steps to a Metatranspersonal
Philosophy and Psychology
paper 22.00
Growing Up with Sensory Issues
Insider Tips for Dealing with Sensory
Jennifer McIlwee MyersSNSY
Co-author of the groundbreaking book
Asperger’s and Girls, Myers’ uses her
Syndrome and Sensory Processing Disorder
with a straightforward and humorous
delivery to point caregivers to new creative
solutions. 250 pp.
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The Beyond Mind Papers
Vol. Four: Further Steps to a Metatranspersonal
Philosophy and Psychology
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Depression, Emotion and the Self
Matthew RatcliffeIPTA
and Achim Stephan, editors
This volume addresses the question of what
it is like to be depressed. The editors draw on
the latest interdisciplinary research from a
distinguished group of contributors in order
to offer a range of insights into the nature of
depression experiences. 260 pp.
paper 25% 39.90
The Keys to the Magic
Anne Maxwell, LCSW, RPT-SLSIG
Maxwell has worked for more than 20 years
with kids and families as a play therapist and
family therapist. This edition provides an
overview of Family Centered Play Therapy,
which is her specialty. 52 pp.
paper 35.00
Explorations in the History of Psychology
Persisting Themata and Changing Paradigms
Harry A. Van BelleDCEG
Van Belle traces the history of psychology
from its roots in Greek philosophy and
includes a description of the later influence
of the Hebraic-Christian mindset on that
history. The underlying thesis of the text is
that the history of psychology gives evidence
of both continuity and discontinuity in
interaction with one another. 258 pp.
paper 25% 17.00
Right Recovery for You
Marilyn M. BradfordLSIG
Right Recovery for You offers tools,
techniques, information, and processes that
can be used to clear issues with addiction
and create a life beyond any addictive or
compulsive behavior. 218 pp.
paper 35.00
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How to Communicate with Women
Steven Lake, Ph.D.LSIG
Lake explains the differences between men
and women, how men became the way
they are, how the change process works,
and how to create a plan that will improve
communication skills with women. 318 pp.
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Successfully Marketing Your Novel in the
21st Century, 2nd Ed.
Austin S. CamachoITIG
contributed by Sandra Bowman
It has never been easier to get a book
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updated edition is filled with tips and tricks
of the trade that the author gathered from his
own experiences. 216 pp.
paper 12.95
War of Intelligences
The Struggle Between Light & Darkness
Zeev AvirazCAZL
Aviraz introduces the fierce struggle
taking place between the two concepts of
intelligence: the Dark and the Enlightened.
The Enlightened aspires to progress and
evolve, while the Dark wishes to stop any
evolutionary process and stands for inactivity
and stagnation. This fight has happened 11
times before in the history of the universe;
the world is now at the 12th Creation. 538 pp.
paper NET 15.99
The United States Government Manual
Office of the Federal RegisterNTHV
The official handbook of the Federal
information on the agencies of the
legislative, judicial, and executive branches.
It also includes specifics about quasi-official
boards, commissions, and committees. 620
paper 20% 35.00
Descendants of Christen Christner
Book 1: Switzerland to America
Doraine Easter DormanLSIG
Extensive research by Dr. Dorman covers
12 generations of the Christner family in
America. The first volume covers generations
one through the beginning of generation
nine with an index of every name. 1,042 pp.
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Zen Comma
David BowmanLSIG
Commas are confusing. Unlike other types
of punctuation, they are used in many ways.
Zen Comma uses examples, instructions,
and anecdotes to teach the 14 major uses
for commas and the most common errors. It
also contains exercises to help pinpoint the
comma rules the reader needs to learn. 84 pp.
paper 5.95
Descendants of Christen Christner
Book Two
Continues generation nine through 12 with
source notes and an index of every name.
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Esri Map Book, Volume 29
The annual Esri Map Book showcases
the most creative and fascinating maps
presented at the annual Esri International
User Conference Map Gallery exhibition.
Each map or application includes a
description of its purpose and how it was
produced, making it an important collection
for GIS users, cartographers, collectors, and
map libraries. 112 pp.
paper 24.99
July 2014
Be Holy for I Am Holy
Grace Dola BalogunLSIG
God has created and redeemed all of the
Christian believers. God’s people are created
for His Glory. God is with His Church. With His
care and loving kindness, all of the believing
Christians must not fear or be discouraged.
224 pp.
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How Jewish Christianity Shaped Jesus and
Shattered the Church
Keith AkersACYE
A book about the disciples of Jesus would
typically start with Jesus himself: first there
was Jesus, then he had disciples. Akers
suggests a fundamentally different story: first
there was a movement, then Jesus emerged
as its leader. This movement was markedly
different from both rabbinic Judaism and
gentile Christianity. It became known to
history as “Jewish Christianity.” 312 pp.
paper NET 19.95
The Seasons of a Short, Holy Life
Memorable Musings of a Poet Priest
Rev. Duncan Reilly, O. Carm.VAGS
Kenneth E. Nowell, editor
During his short, holy life, Rev. Reilly produced
a treasure trove of remarkable writings that
spanned a broad emotional range. However,
his memorable words remained boxed for
half a century after his death, even as his
last surviving sister remained determined to
see that his unique twist of wisdom and wit
would some day enlighten and amuse a new
generation of readers. 90 pp.
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Understanding Worship
Sermon Notes, Vol. 8
Opoku OnyinahECBZ
A collection of notes taken from sermons that
Onyinah has preached, now available in book
form for a wider public consumption. 258 pp.
paper 20% 16.00
10 Lies Men Believe about Porn
The Lies That Keep Men in Bondage, and the
Truth That Sets Them Free
Stephen KuhnMGAM
Kuhn uncovers the true cause of pornography
addiction, an epidemic that he argues is
being largely ignored. Here, he exposes the
lies that are trapping men in their bondage,
and shows them the biblical path to true and
lasting freedom. 224 pp.
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10 Lies Men Believe about Porn
Your Write Calling
Is Writing Right for You?
Beyr Reyes, Ph.D.SBSJ
Being called to share one’s life story is not
the same thing as being called by God to be
a writer for Him. There is a difference. This
resource will help the reader to decide and
will open his or her eyes to what that entails
and what awaits. 66 pp.
paper 9.99
Baptized Into the Lord Jesus Christ
Michael W.H. HolcombLSIG
With strategic study tools and hundreds of
verses, Baptized Into the Lord Jesus Christ
cuts through evolved tradition and manmade theology to show God’s original
revelation of one of the primary practices of
Christianity. 160 pp.
paper 25% 9.99
Before You Go
William RiceOUCO
Rice shares what every parent needs to speak
and every kid needs to hear before time slips
away. Using practical insights and personal
letters, he brings the timeless wisdom of
Proverbs into focus for a new generation.
212 pp.
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Dialogues Between Man and God
Encountering Christ and Buddha
Anup RejLSIG
This edition constitutes the final part of
Tathagata: A Divine Comedy for OurTime where
Tathagata transcends the limitations of the egobound world and sees himself as the ChristMan, who embodies in himself the mystery of
existence of both Man and God. 220 pp.
Available through IPS
Elementary Cloudwatching
31 Meditations on Living Without Time
Robert WolfeKRNA
A collection of the author’s journal entries
and writings—reflective, nature inspired
essays that inspire readers to look more
closely at their everyday life, and the inherent
wonder, and oneness, folded in apparently
commonplace moments. 118 pp.
Doubting Thomas?
The Religious Life and Legacy of Thomas
Mark A. BelilesMGAM
and Jerry Newcombe
While Thomas Jefferson may seem to be the
Patron Saint of the ACLU, the authors argue
in this compelling work that Jefferson’s
words and actions showed that he would
totally disagree with the idea of driving God
out of the public square. 500 pp.
paper 29.99
Doubting Thomas?
From A Setback To A Comeback
Matt McIntoshLSIG
In this exploration of the battle of Ai,
McIntosh shows how to learn from Joshua
to get up, dust oneself off, and get back in
the fight. He discusses the important roles
of prayer, fellowship with other followers,
strategy, obedience, “counter-intelligence,”
diligence, and passion in moving “from a
setback, to a comeback.” 270 pp.
paper 15.99
My Plight to Safety in His Arms
Annie Starks-JohnsonGPUG
Writing this book brought the author healing
and deliverance, and brought her in to the
light of knowing God’s specific purpose for
her existence. She shares with others so that
they might receive the freedom, and to know
that only Christ leads them to a quality-filled
life. 86 pp.
paper 20% 10.95
Hello, God—It’s Me Again
The Musings of a Wholly Man
K. Thomas GreeneANGB
This volume of 366 devotionals is designed
for people with Parkinson’s disease and their
caregivers, but it is also so full of wisdom and
heartfelt spirituality that anyone who dips into
or pores over its pages will find deep comfort
and hints for a fuller spiritual life. 512 pp.
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Transformed by the Evidence
Doug Sharp, B.S.,LASG
and Jerry R. Bergman, Ph.D.,, editors
The challenges presented by the theory of
evolution and the notion that life is billions
of years old have become stumbling blocks
that are difficult to overcome for many
people who base their faith on God’s Word.
This book provides compelling insight into
the experience shared by the authors as they
addressed this challenging topic. 224 pp.
paper 19.95
A Quaker Prayer Life
David JohnsonIADF
A Quaker prayer life arises from a life of
continuing daily attentiveness. The first
generation of Quakers followed a covenant
with God, based on assiduous obedience
to the promptings of the Inward Light. This
process did not require the established
churches, priests, or liturgies. Prayer is a
conscious choice to seek God, in whatever
form that Divine Presence speaks. 84 pp.
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Beside Cool Waters
Arthur GafkeLSIG
Gafke’s prayers of confession are an
invitation to be honest to God and honest to
oneself. 110 pp.
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I Pledge Allegiance to the King
A New Testament Theology of the Christian
Dennis IngolfslandGEAI
Ingolfsland asserts that Jesus is not
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A Counting
Rabbi Karyn D. KedarCAWB
Introduction by Rabbi A. Brian Stoller
In this unique volume, the spiritual journey
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Moshe Z. SokolACDR
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The Sacred Encounter
Jewish Perspectives on Sexuality
Rabbi Lisa J. Grushcow, DPhil,, editorCAWB
This wide-ranging anthology takes a close
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Dealing with Feelings
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Terri FornearSFOB
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The Judgment of Babylon
The Fall of America
Roger KingBLOK
For the last 50 years, America has chosen a
path of moral destruction, even knowing the
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The Future of Continental Philosophy of
Clayton Crockett et al., editorsINUP
What is the future of Continental philosophy
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The Knowledge of Good & Evil, 2nd Ed.
A Study of the Fall of Man
Joshua CollinsGEAI
Throughout modern history, the Garden of
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Major Lessons from Minor Bible Characters
Matt HenneckeGUUH
Each of the lesser-known people of the Bible
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The Parables of Jesus
Mike Willis, editorGUUH
This 26-lesson workbook is an excellent
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132 pp.
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The Shift
M. Ann RicksMEPL
There is a sense of urgency in the atmosphere as
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Transformed by Trouble
From Misfortune to Miracles
Ruth WerkowskiVAGS
Years after experiencing a life-changing
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An Amazing God
Kent MayeuxKAEG
Mayeux’s main theme demonstrates the
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From the Fold to the Flock
Neil SilverbergMASR
Perhaps nothing says more about church life
than the parable of the Good Shepherd found
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extensively with this parable, drawing on the
rich history of the Old Testament account of
the relationship between Jehovah and his
sheep (Psalm 23). Jesus uses this story to
illustrate what life would look like in the new
covenant age. 96 pp.
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Blue Butterfly
Marian L. ThomasLBU
Precious Blue Johnson from Lutts County,
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The Miraculous 16th Karmapa
Incredible Encounters with the Black Crown
compiled by Naomi LevineIBRC
Foreword by HH 17th Karmapa, Ogyen
Trinley Dorje
A rare and intimate insight into the personality
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Exciter to Frenzy
Vikki BramshawAVLA
In this journey through the realms of
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The Four Noble Truths of Wealth
A Buddhist View of Economic Life
Layth Lorin MatthewsLSIG
examples from modern economic life. An
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Binding, Transport and Storage of Metal Ions
in Biological Cells
Wolfgang MaretRSOC
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Hindu-Catholic Encounters in Goa
Religion, Colonialism, and Modernity
Alexander HennINUP
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From C-H to C-C Bonds
Chao-Jun Li, editorRSOC
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Invertebrate Paleontology of Israel and
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Howard R. FeldmanACDR
Consisting of a series of papers that help
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biogeographic history of northern Sinai, the
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The Marvelous Primordial State
The Mejung Tantra
Elio Guarisco et al., translatorsIBRC
A profoundly important root text of the Mind
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Venoms to Drugs
Venom as a Source for the Development of
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Metal Nanoparticles for Catalysis
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Vladimir Keilis-Borok
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Anna Kashina, editorLSIG
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Astronomy, 8th Ed.
A Self-Teaching Guide
Dinah L. MocheWILY
Completely revised and updated with the latest
discoveries, accurate information, new online
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Revisiting Armageddon
Asteroids in the Gulf of Mexico
Ray CovillBDM
Covill explains the aftereffects of what
he calls the Gulf Event: the crashing of a
massive asteroid into Earth 7,500 years ago,
changing the planet’s history and geography.
It is a fact-based account of what may have
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Beyond the Stigma of Abuse
Linda WasilLSIG
Wasil shares her story in order to be an
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abuse in their lives—whether it is emotional,
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paper 20.00
Synthetic Biology
Volume 1
Maxim Ryadnov et al., editorRSOC
Leading researchers draw on the recent
literature in synthetic biology, from both
dedicated journals and broader sources—
making this work an essential reference
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emerging field. 300 pp.
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Beyond the Utopian Ideal
Gary M. DouglasLSIG
Douglas discusses how to become aware of
the ideal concepts and constructs that create
limitations and barriers to what is possible.
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Live Out Loud
52 Weeks to Reawaken Your Spirit and Live a
Life of Purpose
Melisa AlabaLSIG
Alaba introduces readers to 11 keys to living
a fully awake life: abundance, acceptance,
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forgiveness, giving, gratitude, organization,
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By Her Side
Eating Disorders and the Joy of Recovery for
Young Women
Deborah P. SchoneFMLS
and Shelby L. Evans, LSUDC
In this poignant, real-life story of a young girl
who suffered and eventually died as a result
of her struggle with bulimia, the best friend
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death. Family members, friends, and medical
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196 pp.
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Living on Your Own
The Complete Guide to Setting Up Your
Money, Your Space, and Your Life
Pierre A. LehuQDB
A cheat sheet to help readers take their first
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Make a Shift, Change Your Life
Simple Solutions to Transform Your Life from
Drab to Fab Now!
Karen Rauch CarterLSIG
Connecting the energetic dots between
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From Thoughts to Success
Dr. Haim OronCAZL
According to Oron, the hidden secret to
self-actualization lies in one’s capability of
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Positively Caroline
How I Beat Bulimia for Good . . . and Found
Real Happiness
Caroline Adams MillerCOGE
The sequel to the bestselling My Name is
Caroline, (Doubleday 1988) which was the
first major autobiography to cover recovery
from bulimia, addresses many of the issues
that women struggle with, regardless of
whether or not they are recovering from an
eating disorder. 278 pp.
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Journey to Internal Kingdoms
The Way to a Happy and Healthy Life
Dr. Dina EisenCAZL
Eisen takes the reader on a wonderful inner
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485 pp.
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El Gozo de Los Negocios
Simone A. MilasasLSIG
In The Joy of Business, Milasas offers lessons
on creating a business from the perspective
of joy. She explains how to make the change
and make business the adventure of life.
Spanish edition. 204 pp.
paper 35.00
The Ultimate Edge
How to Be, Do and Get Anything You Want
Tina Thomas, Ph.D.MGAM
Foreword by Steve Gilliland
Thomas offers a self-help book on steroids,
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La Gioia del Business
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The Ultimate Edge
Lifestyle Entrepreneur
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Your Business from Anywhere in the World
Jesse KriegerMGAM
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The Ways of Valuable People
Dr. Udo F. UfomaduUFAD
This memoir establishes the fact that
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The Accidental Entrepreneur
The 50 Things I Wish Someone Had Told Me
about Starting a Business
Susan Urquhart-BrownAMAC
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The Missing Piece in Business
compiled by Kate GardnerLSIG
Every woman business owner understands
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The Accidental Millionaire
Leaping from Chance to Mastery in the
Game of Life
Stephanie FrankMGAM
Frank shows how simple entrepreneurial
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Success Begins at Home
The Entrepreneur’s Guide to Start and
Succeed While Staying Fit and Healthy
Lynn D. AhbonbonLSIG
Divided into three sections (entrepreneurship,
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Her Name Is Kaur
Sikh American Women Write about Love,
Courage, and Faith
Meeta Kaur, editorSWTR
Sikh American women explore the concept
of love from many angles, offering rich,
critical insight into the lives of Sikh women
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tone from dramatic to humorous—they share
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The Ultimate Exploitation of Women
Brian E. FisherMGAM
Fisher argues that not only are men
responsible for promoting and legalizing
abortion in America, they are the key
beneficiaries. Using historical facts, medical
research, and emotional personal stories, he
provides evidence that abortion undermines
women’s rights, victimizes women, children,
and men, and is eroding the very fabric of
society. 200 pp.
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Rabbi Marcus Jastrow and His Vision for the
Reform of Judaism
A Study in the History of Judaism in the
Nineteenth Century
Michal GalasACDR
Rabbi Marcus Jastrow (1829-1903) was one
of the most important figures of 19th-century
Judaism, but is often neglected. This volume
presents his life and his views on the reform
of Judaism in the context of the changes and
developments of Judaism. 265 pp.
A Bag of Bones
Legends of the Wintu Indians of Northern
Marcelle MassonNATG
These stories come from the Wintu Indians
of California’s northern Sacramento Valley
where they resided for thousands of years.
GrantTowendolly, son of the former headman
of the tribe, a Wintu philosopher, mystic, and
shaman, retells their legends. 144 pp.
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Framing the Global
Entry Points for Research
Hilary E. Kahn, editorINUP
Foreword by Saskia Sassen
Framing the Global explores new and
interdisciplinary approaches to the study
of global issues. Essays are framed around
the entry points or key concepts that have
emerged in each contributor’s engagement
with global studies in the course of empirical
research, offering a conceptual toolkit for
global research in the 21st century. 346 pp.
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Things Happen . . . When Women Dream
A Trilogy
M. Dianne BerryCAOI
A gripping trilogy containing true and current
situations that require outstanding women
to deflect circumstances and possibly affect
the future. 190 pp.
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Health in Sickness - Sickness in Health
Pierre MorinDCIK
Morin suggests that the classical approach
to defining illness and health not only lacks
the elixir perspective on disturbances, an
approach that is suggested by alternative
medicine, but in fact, also has an “opposite
placebo” effect, in creating a sense of
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Your Immigrant Neighbor
True Stories of Families Living for Freedom
Karen HamlinFMLS
Michel Istaphanous, photographer
With some contributors recent arrivals and
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Power Training for Combat, MMA, Boxing,
Wrestling, Martial Arts, and Self-Defense
How to Develop Knockout Punching Power,
Kicking Power, Grappling Po
J. BarnesFTIF
Using simple and convenient tools, readers
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The text includes 18 solutions for knockout
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Always a Home Game
Our Journey Through Steelers Country in
140 Days
Josh MillerSLYN
and Shawn Allen
The Pittsburgh Steelers hold the #1 awaygame attendance record in the NFL, with a
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the 2013 season, former Steelers punter Miller
and “everyday” fan Allen visited Steelers
bars in the 32 NFL cities, documenting the
unique personalities that define one of the
largest and most passionate fan bases in the
world. 240 pp.
Spain Attacking Sessions
140 Practices from Goal Analysis of the
Spanish National Team
Michail TsokaktsidisSDSC
Tsokaktsidis, a UEFA “A” License coach,
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Spanish National Team’s best goals during the
2008-2012 period when Spain won Euro 2008,
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Untold Stories from the Great Stages of the
Tour de France
Richard MooreVELO
Étape is the French word for “stage,” and
it refers to the daily drama of the world’s
greatest bike race, the Tour de France. Here,
critically acclaimed sportswriter Moore
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Tour de France, from 1971 through 2012, to
create a fantasy race—a dream team of the
very best days in bike racing history. 256 pp.
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Teach’n Beginning Defensive Basketball
Bob SwopeJBDF
Swope’s handbooks for coaches and parents
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Teach’n Baseball & Softball Handbook/Guide
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How to Swim: Backstroke
Mark YoungEAMG
The expanded version of The Complete
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3D CAD with Autodesk 123D
Capturing, Modeling, and Printing in Three
Jesse HarringtonMKRM
In this full-color guide, Harrington—
Autodesk’s Maker Advocate—shows how
to design objects from scratch, work with
existing models, or scan real-world objects.
Readers learn how to use tools in the entire
Autodesk 123D suite to design, sculpt, scan,
and print 3D objects with an easy-to-learn
CAD interface. 300 pp.
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A Path Less Traveled
Jeanne Severin-HansenGSRV
At age 61, Severin-Hansen knew that caving
into an unhealthy frame of mind was not
an option for her. In 2011 she began her
training in tae kwon do. It became her coping
mechanism and path to healing. Now age 65,
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Arduino Cookbook, 3rd Ed.
Michael MargolisOREI
Perfect for anyone who wants to experiment
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Getting Started with Adafruit FLORA
Becky SternMKRM
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Stern and Cooper introduce readers to
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Encyclopedia of Electronic Components, Vol. 2
Signal Processing, Diodes, Transistors, Chips,
Light, Heat, and Sound Emitters
Charles PlattMKRM
This second book of a three-volume set includes
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schematics, and diagrams. Readers learn what
each one does, how it works, why it’s useful,
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GIS Tutorial for Health, 5th Ed.
Kristen S. KurlandESRP
Wilpen L. Gorr
Public policy professors from top ranked
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Make: Sensors
A Hands-On Primer for Monitoring the Real
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Tero Karvinen et al.MKRM
The definitive introduction and guide to the
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Engineering and the Ultimate
An Interdisciplinary Investigation of Order
and Design in Nature and Craft
Jonathan Bartlett et al., editorsBLET
The discipline of engineering presumes
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Engineering and the Ultimate crosses
boundaries between a wide variety of
disciplines to find truths both new and
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Flying Machines Over Pensacola
An Early Aviation History from 1909-1929
Leo F. MurphyLSIG
On November 30, 1911, Pensacola witnessed
its own first successful aeroplane flight,
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adventures over the Gulf Coast that continues
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All American Wheels
by the Made in the USA FoundationIABD
American-made automobiles and motorcycles
have come a long way in the past 20 years.This
work details U.S.-made cars and motorcycles
that are equal quality to or superior to cars
made in Europe and Japan. 126 pp.
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Lost in Oscar Hotel
There Is Something in the Air
Gordon Joseph MurrayLSIG
Foreword by Thomas Crouch
Words from a dead pilot recalled in a
freezing rainstorm and memories of singing
TV hillbillies ignite the spark for a college
professor to do something no one has ever
tried. He is joined by a Vietnam-era flight
surgeon and the unlikely pair set out to fly
a couple of aviation’s holy relics to Wright
Brothers Airport in Dayton. 214 pp.
Sailing in My Sarong
Around the World—A 30 Year Dream
Linda Frylink AndersonLSIG
After 30 years of fantazising about sailing
around the world, the author and her husband
finally set sail on an action-packed voyage
that would take two years to complete. A
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world’s pirate hot spots; of exploring exotic
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vastness of the great oceans and making
new friends at each destination. 384 pp.
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Where Heaven and Earth Unite
Powerful Places, Sacred Sites, and You
Ferran BlascoPIGC
and Elyn Aviva
These wide-ranging conversations are a
must-read for anyone interested in sacred
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discussions explore in depth how sacred
sites function, how people interact with
them, how to (and why not to) activate
them—and much more. 282 pp.
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Beyond the Pasta
Mark Donovan LeslieGADV
Several years ago, on a break between
theatrical gigs in Alabama, Leslie traveled to
Italy and fell in love with the people, food,
and culture. An Italian family opened their
lives to him, and made him a real part of their
extensive family. Though the book contains
authentic, delicious family recipes, it also
delves into food memoir subject matter not
found in a typical cookbook. 352 pp.
paper 19.95
The Moment That Changed My Life
The Light PeopleCAZL
A rare collection of people from all over the
world who describe the One Moment where
they set out on the path to harmony—the One
Moment when their lives were transformed.
149 pp.
NET 15.99
Landmark America
The Complete Directory of Official U.S.
National Landmarks
Arthur McAllister PublishersAAHZ
The only directory/guide to more than 3,000
U.S. National Historic Landmarks and all units
of the U.S. National Park system. All sites
include links to get more details and many
listings include notes on the sites. 376 pp.
paper 25% 16.95
No Sacred Oxen
Gary RossANAB
collection of essays, the author invites
the reader into a world of travel, teaching,
education, entertainment, chess, childhood,
adolescence, adulthood, despair, political
intrigue, faith, and Catholicism—a quest and
a voyage into an unknown future. 150 pp.
paper 25% 20.99
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The Land of Stories
A Grimm Warning
Chris ColferHACT
Colfer’s #1 New York Times-bestselling
series continues. Conner Bailey thinks his
fairy-tale adventures are behind him—until
he discovers a mysterious clue left by the
famous Brothers Grimm. With help from
his classmate Bree and the outlandish
Mother Goose, Conner sets off on a mission
across Europe to crack a 200-year-old code.
Simultaneous hardcover. Unabridged. 9 CDs.
CD 25.00
The Nixon Defense
What He Knew and When He Knew It
John W. DeanPNGN
Former White House Counsel Dean, one of
the last major surviving figures of Watergate,
draws on his own transcripts of almost a
thousand conversations, a wealth of Nixon’s
secretly recorded information, and more to
provide the definitive answer to the question:
What did President Nixon know and when
did he know it? Simultaneous hardcover.
Unabridged. 17 CDs.
CD 39.95
Yours for Eternity
A Love Story on Death Row
Damien EcholsPNGN
and Lorri Davis
read by the authors
An intimate look at the extraordinary love
story between Echols, one of the “West
Memphis Three” convicted for a crime he did
not commit, and Davis, who met and married
Echols while he served nearly 18 years
on death row. Simultaneous hardcover.
Unabridged. 7 CDs.
CD 29.95
Maggie StiefvaterSHLS
This spinoff of the #1 New York Timesbestselling Shiver trilogy follows Cole St.
Clair, who returns to California for one
reason: to get back Isabel Culpepper. Cole
and Isabel share a past that never seemed
to have a future. They have the power to
love each other and the power to tear each
other apart. Simultaneous hardcover. (Young
CD 39.99
Four: A Divergent Collection
Veronica RothKGEB
read by Aaron Stanford
Fans of the Divergent series by #1 New York
Times bestselling-author Roth are sure to
be thrilled by this companion volume that
includes four pre-Divergent stories plus
three additional scenes from Divergent, all
told from Tobias’ point of view. Simultaneous
hardcover. Unabridged. (Young adult)
CD 29.99
Homeroom Diaries
James PattersonHACT
and Lisa Papademetriou
Keino, illustrator
Margaret “Cuckoo” Clarke had a brief
stay in a mental institution, but now she’s
determined to beat down bad vibes by
writing and drawing in her diary. And when
life gets really tough, she works through
her own moments of uncertainty by having
imaginary conversations with her favorite
literary characters. Simultaneous hardcover.
Unabridged. 5 CDs. (Young adult)
CD 20.00
The Young World
Chris WeitzHACT
Film director Weitz (Twilight: New Moon,
About a Boy) begins a new trilogy. After
New York’s adult population is wiped out
by a mysterious illness, young survivors
assemble into tribes. When a member of one
tribe discovers a clue to a possible cure, five
teens set out on a life-altering road trip to
save humankind. Simultaneous hardcover.
Unabridged. 9 CDs. (Young adult)
CD 30.00
Available through IPS
Cop Town
Karin SlaughterADGO
The critically acclaimed and New York Timesbestselling master of suspense delivers her
first stand-alone thriller, a tale of crime and
struggle set in Atlanta in the mid-1970s.
Simultaneous hardcover. Unabridged. 10
CD 34.99
How to Shit in the Woods
An Environmentally Sound Approach to a
Lost Art
Kathleen MeyerTTII
narrated by Khristine Hvam
In rowing hundreds of urbanites down
whitewater rivers, Meyer honed her
squatting skills. Her delightfully shameless
discussion of a once-shameful activity and
her unapologetic promotion of its colorful
vernacular make this guide essential and
vastly entertaining. Unabridged. 4 CDs.
CD 32.99
Cut and Thrust
A Stone Barrington Novel
Stuart WoodsPNGN
read by Tony Roberts
Stone Barrington has traveled to Los Angeles
for the Democratic National Convention and
finds that the political scene has been shaken
up. First Lady Katherine Rule Lee is running
for the party nomination, a loyal senator has
died and left her seat vacant, and the Secret
Service has received a credible threat toward
Kate. Simultaneous hardcover. Unabridged.
6 CDs.
CD 29.95
How to Shit in the Woods, Library Ed.
Unabridged. 4 CDs.
CD 59.99
How to Shit in the Woods
Unabridged. 1 MP3 CD.
MP3 19.99
The Heist
Daniel Silva
read by George Guidall
Gabriel Allon, art restorer and occasional
spy, searches for a stolen masterpiece by
Caravaggio in the latest action-packed tale
of high stakes international intrigue by #1
New York Times-bestselling author Silva.
Simultaneous hardcover. Unabridged.
CD 39.99
Act of War
A Thriller
Brad Thor
A #1 New York Times-bestselling author
delivers the next much-anticipated Scot
Harvath thriller—the follow-up to Hidden
Order. Simultaneous hardcover. Unabridged.
10 CDs.
CD 39.99
The Book of Life
Deborah HarknessPNGN
read by Jennifer Ikeda
The highly anticipated finale to the #1 New
York Times-bestselling All Souls
that began with A Discovery of Witches.
After traveling through time in Shadow of
Night, historian and witch Diana Bishop
and vampire scientist Matthew Clairmont
return to the present to face new crises
and old enemies. Simultaneous hardcover.
Unabridged. 20 CDs.
CD 49.95
July 2014
King and Maxwell
David BaldacciHACT
read by Ron McLarty
and Orlagh Cassidy
Sean King and Michelle Maxwell return
for their most surprising, personal, and
dangerous case ever. Teenager Tyler Wingo
learns that his father, a soldier, has been
killed in Afghanistan. Then Tyler receives
a communication from his father—after
his supposed death. Tyler hires Sean and
Michelle to solve the mystery. Simultaneous
mass-market paperback. Unabridged. 6 CDs.
CD 15.00
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Power Play
An FBI Thriller
Catherine CoulterBRLL
read by MacLeod Andrews
and Renee Raudman
The latest title in the popular FBI series by #1
New York Times-bestselling author Coulter.
A U.S. ambassador in London is suspected
in the mysterious death of her aristocratic
fiancé. When she returns to the United
States, she’s nearly killed herself. No one
believes her except FBI Special Agent Davis
Sullivan. Simultaneous hardcover. Abridged.
5 CDs.
CD 24.99
Terminal City
Linda FairsteinPNGN
read by Barbara Rosenblat
With her newest Alexandra Cooper novel,
New York Times-bestselling author Fairstein
delivers another breakneck thriller that
captures the essence of New York City—its
glamour, its possibilities, and its endless
hardcover. Unabridged. 11 CDs.
CD 39.95
Power Play
Unabridged. 10 CDs.
CD 36.99
Wayfaring Stranger
James Lee Burke
From “America’s best novelist” (The Denver
Post) comes a sprawling thriller drenched
with atmosphere and intrigue that takes a
young boy from a chance encounter with
Bonnie and Clyde to the trenches of World
War II and the oil fields along the TexasLouisiana coast. Simultaneous hardcover.
Abridged. 7 CDs.
CD 29.99
Power Play
Unabridged. 1 MP3 CD.
MP3 14.99
The Red Room
A Risk Agent Novel
Ridley PearsonBRLL
read by Todd Haberkorn
In the newest international thrill ride from
New York Times-bestselling author Pearson,
John Knox and Grace Chu, the incomparable
and often incompatible duo, team up again,
this time in the exotic “city between two
worlds”—Istanbul. Simultaneous hardcover.
Unabridged. 10 CDs.
CD 29.99
Wayfaring Stranger
Unabridged. 18 CDs.
CD 49.99
The Red Room
Unabridged. 1 MP3 CD.
MP3 14.99
Close Your Eyes, Hold Hands
Chris Bohjalian
read by Grace Blewer
From the bestselling author of Midwives
and The Sandcastle Girls comes the
heartbreaking, wildly inventive, and moving
story of Emily Shepard, a homeless teen
living in an igloo made of ice and trash bags
after a nuclear plant in her Vermont town
experiences a cataclysmic meltdown that
kills her parents. Simultaneous hardcover.
CD 35.00
Sight Unseen
Iris JohansenBRLL
and Roy Johansen
A deadly multi-vehicle pileup on San Diego’s
historic Cabrillo bridge is thought of as a
horrific accident—until Kendra Michaels
perceives it as something much more sinister.
Blind for decades and now sighted, Kendra’s
amazing skills open a multi-jurisdictional
investigation that once again teams her
with the FBI and federal agent Adam Kyle.
Simultaneous hardcover. Abridged. 4 CDs.
CD 19.99
The Girls from Corona del Mar
Rufi Thorpe
A fiercely beautiful debut blazing with
emotion: a major first novel about friendships
made in youth and how these bonds,
challenged by loss, illness, parenthood,
and distance, either break or sustain.
Simultaneous hardcover. Unabridged.
CD 40.00
Sight Unseen
Unabridged. 9 CDs.
CD 34.99
Sight Unseen
Unabridged. 1 MP3 CD.
MP3 14.99
Available through IPS
How to Tell Toledo from the Night Sky
Lydia NetzerMMNA
read by Joshilyn Jackson
“Evokes an Ohio where math has married
mysticism, where a woman at war with falling
in love can find herself flying into it instead,
where a man will fight both his demons and
his deities to finally connect. It’s a powerful
reinvention of the love story …”—Joshilyn
Jackson, New York Times-bestselling author
of A Grown Up Kind of Pretty. Simultaneous
hardcover. Unabridged. 9 CDs.
CD 39.99
One Plus One
Jojo MoyesPNGN
read by Elizabeth Bower et al.
One single mom. One chaotic family.
One quirky stranger. One irresistible love
story from the New York Times-bestselling
author of Me Before You—a contemporary
opposites-attract love story that’s like a
modern-day Two for the Road. Simultaneous
hardcover. Unabridged. 10 CDs.
CD 39.95
A Perfect Life
Danielle SteelBRLL
read by Edoardo Ballerini
From #1 New York Times-bestselling novelist
Steel comes a heartwarming and inspirational
story about a mother and daughter who are
brought together in the wake of a terrible
tragedy and forced to reevaluate everything
they thought they knew to achieve the
happiness and the future they deserve.
Simultaneous hardcover. Abridged. 5 CDs.
CD 24.99
Rainbow RowellMMNA
read by Rebecca Lowman
From the New York Times-bestselling author
of Eleanor & Park and Fangirl comes a
hilarious, heart-wrenching take on love,
marriage, and magic phones. Simultaneous
hardcover. Unabridged. 7 CDs.
CD 29.99
Little Mercies
Heather GudenkaufBRLL
In her latest ripped-from-the-headlines
tour de force, New York Times-bestselling
author Gudenkauf presents a powerful
and emotionally charged tale about
motherhood and justice—a searing portrait
of how one small mistake can have lifealtering consequences. Simultaneous trade
paperback. Unabridged. 8 CDs.
CD 14.99
A Perfect Life
Unabridged. 8 CDs.
CD 38.99
A Perfect Life
Unabridged. 1 MP3 CD.
MP3 14.99
Leila MeachamHACT
read by Teresa Deberry
“Bestselling author Meacham is back with a
prequel to Roses that stands on its own as
a sweeping historical saga, spanning the
19th century. This time Meacham delves into
the backstory of the Tolivers and Warwicks
before they settled in Howbutker, Texas.”—
Publishers Weekly. Simultaneous trade
paperback. Unabridged. 19 CDs.
CD 20.00
Little Mercies
Unabridged. 1 MP3 CD.
MP3 14.99
Meet Me in Barcelona
Mary CarterTTII
narrated by Meredith Mitchell
In this complex, heartfelt novel from the
author of Three Months in Florence and
Sunnyside Blues, a young woman is forced
to come to terms with her past when
her boyfriend and sister unexpectedly
go missing. Simultaneous hardcover.
Unabridged. 8 CDs.
CD 39.99
Summer House with Swimming Pool
Herman KochBRLL
“In this disquieting novel from Koch (The
Dinner, 2013), sex, celebrity, and medical
ethics become inextricably tangled as a
summer idyll goes nightmarishly wrong.
A sly psychological thriller lurks within
this pitch-dark comedy of manners …”—
Kirkus Reviews. Simultaneous hardcover.
Unabridged. 10 CDs.
CD 29.99
Meet Me in Barcelona, Library Ed.
Unabridged. 8 CDs.
CD 83.99
Summer House with Swimming Pool
Unabridged. 1 MP3 CD.
MP3 14.99
Meet Me in Barcelona
Unabridged. 1 MP3 CD.
MP3 29.99
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The Fortune Hunter
Daisy GoodwinMMNA
read by Katherine Kellgren
From the bestselling author of The American
Heiress comes a lush, irresistible story of the
public lives and private longings of grand
historical figures. This time, she chronicles
a love triangle involving Empress Elizabeth
in 19th-century Austria. Simultaneous
hardcover. Unabridged. 11 CDs.
CD 39.99
Book Clubbed
A Booktown Mystery
Lorna BarrettTTII
narrated by Karen White
New York Times-bestselling author Barrett
is back in town—Booktown, that is—with
another engrossing mystery. This time
bookstore owner Tricia Miles and her sister,
Angelica, put their own problems on the shelf
to catch a killer who turns a bookcase into a
murder weapon. Simultaneous hardcover.
Unabridged. 8 CDs.
CD 39.99
Book Clubbed, Library Ed.
Unabridged. 8 CDs.
CD 83.99
That Summer
Lauren WilligMMNA
read by Nicola Barber
From modern-day England to the early
days of the Pre-Raphaelite movement, the
latest from the bestselling author of the
Pink Carnation series takes listeners on a
journey through a mysterious old house, a
hidden love affair, and one woman’s search
for the truth about her past—and herself.
Simultaneous hardcover. Unabridged.
CD 44.99
Book Clubbed
Unabridged. 1 MP3 CD.
MP3 29.99
The Competition
Marcia ClarkHACT
read by January LaVoy
A shooting at a high school in the San
Fernando Valley has left a community shaken
to its core. Two students are identified as
the killers. Both are dead, believed to have
committed a mutual suicide. As LA Special
Trials prosecutor Rachel Knight and Detective
Bailey Keller dig deeper, they realize that
the pieces don’t add up. Simultaneous
hardcover. Unabridged. 12 CDs.
CD 30.00
A Triple Knot
Emma CampionTTII
narrated by Heather Wilds
The critically acclaimed author of The King’s
Mistress brings another fascinating woman
from history to life in an enthralling story
of political intrigue, personal tragedy, and
illicit love set during the reign of England’s
King Edward III. Simultaneous hardcover.
Unabridged. 9 CDs.
CD 39.99
A Triple Knot, Library Ed.
Unabridged. 9 CDs.
CD 83.99
The Dead Will Tell
A Kate Burkholder Novel
Linda CastilloMMNA
read by Kathleen McInerney
Everyone in Painters Mill knows the
abandoned Hochstetler farm is haunted. But
only a few remember its terrible secrets. On a
late-night shift, Chief of Police Kate Burkholder
is called to the scene of an apparent suicide.
But evidence quickly points to murder and Kate
chases a trail of evidence that somehow points
back to the tragedy of that long-ago incident.
Simultaneous hardcover. Unabridged. 8 CDs.
CD 39.99
A Triple Knot
Unabridged. 1 MP3 CD.
MP3 29.99
Available through IPS
The Death of Lucy Kyte
A Josephine Tey Mystery
Nicola UpsonTTII
narrated by Wanda McCaddon
When British novelist Josephine Tey inherits
her estranged godmother’s home Red Barn
Cottage, murder and intrigue from a century
ago still haunt the village and could be
connected to the mysterious benefactress
Lucy Kyte. Simultaneous trade paperback.
Unabridged. 10 CDs.
CD 44.99
A Vision in Velvet
A Witchcraft Mystery
Juliet BlackwellTTII
narrated by Sands Xe
Lily Ivory hopes to score some great vintage
fashions when she buys an antique trunk
full of old clothes. But she may have gotten
more than she bargained for after the dealer
she bought the trunk from is murdered.
Unabridged. 8 CDs.
CD 39.99
The Death of Lucy Kyte, Library Ed.
Unabridged. 10 CDs.
CD 90.99
A Vision in Velvet, Library Ed.
Unabridged. 8 CDs.
CD 83.99
The Death of Lucy Kyte
Unabridged. 1 MP3 CD.
MP3 29.99
A Vision in Velvet
Unabridged. 1 MP3 CD.
MP3 29.99
Remains of Innocence
A Brady Novel of Suspense
J.A. Jance
read by Hillary Huber
Sheriff Joanna Brady must solve two
perplexing cases that may be tied together
in New York Times-bestselling author Jance’s
thrilling tale of suspense that brings to life
Arizona’s Cochise County and the desert
Southwest in all its beauty and mystery.
Simultaneous hardcover. Unabridged.
CD 39.99
The Belladonna Agency Series
Virna DePaulTTII
narrated by Sean Crisden
A New York Times-bestselling author invites
listeners into a seductive and dangerous
world where vampires secretly exist among
the general population, while the FBI tries
to keep the Rogues among them from
preying on humans—for killing, for turning,
for pleasure. Simultaneous mass-market
paperback. Unabridged. 8 CDs.
CD 42.99
Some Enchanted Éclair
A Magical Bakery Mystery
Bailey CatesTTII
narrated by Amy Rubinate
As a movie crew invades Savannah, members
of Katie Lightfoot’s coven snag parts as extras.
When the movie’s “fixer” fires the on-set caterer,
Katie’s Honeybee Bakery is hired. However,
someone fixes the fixer—permanently. So the
magical baker and her fellow conjurers step
in to sift through the suspects. Simultaneous
mass-market paperback. Unabridged. 8 CDs.
CD 39.99
Awakened, Library Ed.
Unabridged. 8 CDs.
CD 83.99
Some Enchanted Éclair, Library Ed.
Unabridged. 8 CDs.
CD 83.99
Unabridged. 1 MP3 CD.
MP3 29.99
Some Enchanted Éclair
Unabridged. 1 MP3 CD.
MP3 29.99
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Blame It on Bath
The Truth about the Duke
Caroline LindenTTII
narrated by Gildart Jackson
The second installment in Linden’s
breathtaking historical romance series about
the three sons of the Duke of Durham who,
at risk of losing their inheritance, seek their
fortunes—and love. Unabridged. 9 CDs.
CD 42.99
The Beekeeper’s Ball
Susan WiggsBRLL
The #1 New York Times-bestselling author
of Heat Wave returns to sun-drenched Bella
Vista, where the land’s bounty yields a rich
harvest … and family secrets that have
long been buried. Simultaneous hardcover.
Abridged. 5 CDs.
CD 14.99
The Beekeeper’s Ball
Unabridged. 9 CDs.
CD 32.99
Blame It on Bath, Library Ed.
Unabridged. 9 CDs.
CD 83.99
The Beekeeper’s Ball
Unabridged. 1 MP3 CD.
MP3 14.99
Blame It on Bath
Unabridged. 1 MP3 CD.
MP3 29.99
Blue Lines
The Assassins Series
Toni AleoTTII
narrated by Lucy Malone
Opposites do more than just attract in Aleo’s
fourth Assassins novel set in Nashville, about
a very bad boy and the good girl he can’t
resist. Contains mature themes. Unabridged.
10 CDs.
CD 42.99
The Black Hawk
Joanna BourneTTII
narrated by Kirsten Potter
The fourth installment of the Spymaster
series. Someone is stalking agent Justine
DeCabrillac through London’s gray streets.
Under cover of rain, the assassin strikes—
and Justine staggers to the door of the one
man who can save her. The man she once
loved. The man she hated. Adrian Hawkhurst.
Unabridged. 8 CDs.
CD 42.99
Blue Lines, Library Ed.
Unabridged. 10 CDs.
CD 83.99
Blue Lines
Unabridged. 1 MP3 CD.
MP3 29.99
The Black Hawk, Library Ed.
Unabridged. 8 CDs.
CD 83.99
The Black Hawk
Unabridged. 1 MP3 CD.
MP3 29.99
Born of Fury
Sherrilyn KenyonMMNA
read by Fred Berman
Counted among the fiercest Andarion
warriors ever born, Hauk is one of the five
founding members of the Sentella: an
organization that has declared war on the
League. Sumi Antaxas is one of the best
assassins the League has ever trained, but
Hauk is far better skilled than any target
she’s faced before. Simultaneous hardcover.
Unabridged. 8 CDs.
CD 39.99
Available through IPS
The Cavanaugh Brothers
Laura WrightTTII
narrated by Kaleo Griffith
The first installment in a new series from a
New York Times- bestselling author. In the
small town of River Black, Texas, sits the
Triple C—a working cattle ranch that sustains
the town. But it also holds painful memories
and shocking secrets for the Cavanaugh
paperback. Unabridged. 9 CDs.
CD 39.99
Ecstasy Untamed
A Feral Warriors Novel
Pamela PalmerTTII
narrated by Rob Shapiro
Shattered by recent nightmarish events,
Hawke feels his bond with his animal
spirit weakening—and once it breaks, he’s
finished. The arrival of Faith sends his life
spinning further out of control, for although
she delights him, she’s promised to Maxim.
Unabridged. 8 CDs.
CD 42.99
Ecstasy Untamed, Library Ed.
Unabridged. 8 CDs.
CD 83.99
Branded, Library Ed.
Unabridged. 9 CDs.
CD 83.99
Ecstasy Untamed
Unabridged. 1 MP3 CD.
MP3 29.99
Unabridged. 1 MP3 CD.
MP3 29.99
Fast Track
Julie GarwoodBRLL
A corrupt congressman, a mother’s secrets,
and a sizzling romance ignite passion and
suspense in this latest work from #1 New
York Times-bestselling author Garwood.
Simultaneous hardcover. Abridged. 5 CDs.
CD 19.99
Devil’s Game
Reapers Motorcycle Club
Joanna WyldeTTII
narrated by Tatiana Sokolov
and Todd Haberkorn
Liam “Hunter” Blake hates the Reapers MC.
Born and raised a Devil’s Jack, he knows his
duty. He’ll defend his club from their oldest
enemies using whatever weapons he can
find. But why use force when the Reapers’
president has a daughter who’s alone
and vulnerable? Simultaneous hardcover.
Unabridged. 8 CDs.
CD 39.99
Fast Track
Unabridged. 9 CDs.
CD 34.99
Fast Track
Unabridged. 1 MP3 CD.
MP3 14.99
Devil’s Game, Library Ed.
Unabridged. 8 CDs.
CD 83.99
Devil’s Game
Unabridged. 1 MP3 CD.
MP3 29.99
July 2014
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A Mageri Series Novel
Dannika DarkTTII
narrated by Nicole Poole
A turbulent past has left Silver a broken
woman, but she is learning to trust again
through Logan Cross, a Chitah who has
convinced her that a dangerous man can
change. Their bond will be put to the ultimate
test when an old nemesis reappears and flips
Silver’s world upside down. Unabridged. 12
CD 44.99
Fire Rising
A Dark Kings Novel
Donna GrantTTII
narrated by Antony Ferguson
For centuries, the Dragon Kings have battled
heaven and earth to protect their dragon
magic. But when a beautiful mortal seeks
refuge in their lair, she ignites a warrior’s love,
an enemy’s wrath, and a firestorm of passion
that could destroy them all. Simultaneous
mass-market paperback. Unabridged. 8 CDs.
CD 39.99
Fire Rising, Library Ed.
Unabridged. 8 CDs.
CD 83.99
Gravity, Library Ed.
Unabridged. 12 CDs.
CD 95.99
Fire Rising
Unabridged. 1 MP3 CD.
MP3 29.99
Unabridged. 2 MP3 CDs.
MP3 29.99
For All Time
A Nantucket Brides Novel
Jude Deveraux
New York Times-bestselling author Deveraux
returns to the magnificent, sunny island
in the second installment of her Nantucket
Brides trilogy—this time featuring the
next generation of her beloved family
of Montgomery-Taggerts. Simultaneous
hardcover. Unabridged.
CD 40.00
Grim Shadows
A Roaring Twenties Novel
Jenn BennettTTII
narrated by Amy Landon
archaeologist Lowe Magnusson possesses
the magical, priceless Egyptian amulet that
beautiful curator Hadley Bacall needs—and
they’re about to discover the destruction
and desire it is capable of unleashing.
Unabridged. 8 CDs.
CD 39.99
For the Longest Time
The Harvest Cove Series
Kendra Leigh CastleTTII
narrated by Meredith Mitchell
After a perfect storm of events leaves
Samantha Henry high, dry, and jobless,
she heads home to the New England town
of Harvest Cove to regroup. There, the man
who once broke her heart is determined to
convince her to give him a second chance.
First in a new series. Simultaneous massmarket paperback. Unabridged. 8 CDs.
CD 39.99
Grim Shadows, Library Ed.
Unabridged. 8 CDs.
CD 83.99
For the Longest Time, Library Ed.
Unabridged. 8 CDs.
CD 83.99
Grim Shadows
Unabridged. 1 MP3 CD.
MP3 29.99
For the Longest Time
Unabridged. 1 MP3 CD.
MP3 29.99
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A Mageri Series Novel
Dannika DarkTTII
narrated by Nicole Poole
Book Three in Dark’s paranormal series.
Almost one year ago, a Mage attacked Silver
and changed the course of her destiny.
Immortals exist, and now she is one of them.
Unabridged. 12 CDs.
CD 44.99
Highland Sinner
Hannah HowellTTII
narrated by Angela Dawe
In this captivating novel, New York Timesbestselling author Howell returns to the
stark majesty of medieval Scotland and the
realm of the unforgettable Murray clan, as
a seductive knight and a mysterious young
woman unite to stop a murderous enemy.
Contains mature themes. Unabridged. 8 CDs.
CD 42.99
Impulse, Library Ed.
Unabridged. 12 CDs.
CD 95.99
Highland Sinner, Library Ed.
Unabridged. 8 CDs.
CD 83.99
Unabridged. 2 MP3 CDs.
MP3 29.99
Highland Sinner
Unabridged. 1 MP3 CD.
MP3 29.99
In Your Corner
Sarah CastilleTTII
narrated by Lucy Rivers
In the second novel in Castille’s Against the
Ropes series, passion ignites when a lawyer
and a sexy MMA fighter cross paths for a
second time. Simultaneous trade paperback.
Unabridged. 8 CDs.
CD 42.99
Hunger Untamed
A Feral Warriors Novel
Pamela PalmerTTII
narrated by Rob Shapiro
For a thousand years she has haunted him—
Ariana, Queen of the linas. His love, his life
mate. Kougar believed her lost to him forever,
until the truth of her stunning betrayal left him
bitter and hungry for revenge. Now she alone
holds the power to save two trapped and
desperate Feral Warriors. Unabridged. 8 CDs.
CD 42.99
In Your Corner, Library Ed.
Unabridged. 8 CDs.
CD 83.99
Hunger Untamed, Library Ed.
Unabridged. 8 CDs.
CD 83.99
In Your Corner
Unabridged. 1 MP3 CD.
MP3 29.99
Hunger Untamed
Unabridged. 1 MP3 CD.
MP3 29.99
July 2014
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The Connections Series
Kim KarrTTII
narrated by Veronica Meunch
and Christian Fox
Always in control, Xander Wilde considered
life on the road a perfect fit for him. But
when disaster strikes on The Wilde Ones’
latest tour, fate intervenes—and a newly
single Ivy Taylor, the only girl Xander ever
loved, steps back into his life. But there’s just
one problem—she’s engaged. Simultaneous
hardcover. Unabridged. 8 CDs.
CD 42.99
Keep Me Closer
A Dangerous Tides Novel
Rhyannon ByrdTTII
narrated by Aletha George
The follow-up to Take Me Under—the second
novel in Byrd’s Dangerous Tides series is
another sizzling, sensual tale of intrigue,
passion, and the most dangerous risk of all.
Simultaneous trade paperback. Unabridged.
8 CDs.
CD 42.99
Keep Me Closer, Library Ed.
Unabridged. 8 CDs.
CD 83.99
Mended, Library Ed.
Unabridged. 8 CDs.
CD 83.99
Keep Me Closer
Unabridged. 1 MP3 CD.
MP3 29.99
Unabridged. 1 MP3 CD.
MP3 29.99
Kiss and Tell
Fern MichaelsBRLL
Beloved #1 NewYorkTimes-bestselling author
Michaels delivers her latest Sisterhood story.
When a string of anonymous e-mails arrives
at Pinewood, suggesting shady dealings at a
local assisted-living facility, Myra Rutledge
and her best friend Annie de Silva are more
than ready to out-hustle a master con-artist.
Abridged. 4 CDs.
CD 14.99
On Sunset Beach
The Chesapeake Diaries
Mariah StewartTTII
narrated by Sands Xe
From New York Times-bestselling author
Stewart comes the latest captivating
and heartwarming story in her beloved
Chesapeake Diaries contemporary romance
paperback. Unabridged. 9 CDs.
CD 39.99
Kiss and Tell
Unabridged. 8 CDs.
CD 29.99
On Sunset Beach, Library Ed.
Unabridged. 9 CDs.
CD 83.99
On Sunset Beach
Unabridged. 1 MP3 CD.
MP3 29.99
Available through IPS
Remember When Three: The Finale
T. TorrestTTII
narrated by Kris Koscheski
and Allyson Ryan
Torrest’s popular Remember When trilogy
comes to a thrilling conclusion with this
installment. Will Layla and Trip finally be able
to be together? Contains mature themes.
Unabridged. 7 CDs.
CD 39.99
Passion Untamed
A Feral Warriors Novel
Pamela PalmerTTII
narrated by Rob Shapiro
The third installment of Palmer’s series
about shapeshifters. Though the Mage witch
Skye has a gentle heart, demonic forces
have enslaved her, forcing her to kidnap the
powerful Feral Warrior Paenther. Even chained
and naked, Paenther is a cunning prisoner
who seduces her, body and soul, turning
captive into captor. Unabridged. 8 CDs.
CD 42.99
Remember When Three: The Finale
Unabridged. 1 MP3 CD.
MP3 24.99
Passion Untamed, Library Ed.
Unabridged. 8 CDs.
CD 83.99
Passion Untamed
Unabridged. 1 MP3 CD.
MP3 29.99
Straddling the Line
A Play-by-Play Novel
Jaci BurtonTTII
narrated by Lucy Malone
Haven Briscoe lands her dream job as a
sportscaster for a major network, but she’s
still grieving after her beloved father’s
death, and it’s affecting her career. A plum
assignment following the daily life of sports
superstar Trevor Shay might be just the
inspiration she needs. Simultaneous trade
paperback. Unabridged. 8 CDs.
CD 42.99
Rapture Untamed
A Feral Warrior Novel
Pamela PalmerTTII
narrated by Rob Shapiro
The most combative—and tormented—of
all the Ferals, Jag is a predator who hunts
alone, until daemons terrorize the human
population. To stop them, he partners with
Olivia, a flame-haired Therian temptress as
strong as she is beautiful. But Olivia is no
ordinary immortal. Unabridged. 8 CDs.
CD 42.99
Straddling the Line, Library Ed.
Unabridged. 8 CDs.
CD 83.99
Straddling the Line
Unabridged. 1 MP3 CD.
MP3 29.99
Rapture Untamed, Library Ed.
Unabridged. 8 CDs.
CD 83.99
Rapture Untamed
Unabridged. 1 MP3 CD.
MP3 29.99
July 2014
The Sweet Spot
Stephanie Evanovich
read by Katie Schorr
Hunky professional baseball player Chase
Walker and his sassy wife, Amanda—
everyone’s favorite couple from Evanovich’s
New York Times bestseller Big Girl Panties—
star in this sizzling story. Simultaneous
hardcover. Unabridged.
CD 34.99
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Then Came You
Jill ShalvisTTII
narrated by Karen White
From a New York Times-bestselling author
comes the fifth sexy and fun romance in
her Animal Magnetism series that features
hot heroes and cute animals, and tells the
story of a woman whose world is turned
upside down by one night’s torrid fling.
Unabridged. 8 CDs.
CD 39.99
The Way to a Duke’s Heart
The Truth about the Duke
Caroline LindenTTII
narrated by Gildart Jackson
The thrilling final chapter of Linden’s
historical romance series. When a blackmailer
threatens to take away everything that he
has, Charles de Lacey will stop at nothing to
save his fortune and title—even if it means
seducing Tessa Neville, who could be an
enemy in disguise. Unabridged. 9 CDs.
CD 42.99
Then Came You, Library Ed.
Unabridged. 8 CDs.
CD 83.99
The Way to a Duke’s Heart, Library Ed.
Unabridged. 9 CDs.
CD 83.99
Then Came You
Unabridged. 1 MP3 CD.
MP3 29.99
The Way to a Duke’s Heart
Unabridged. 1 MP3 CD.
MP3 29.99
Vixen in Velvet
Loretta ChaseTTII
narrated by Kate Reading
The third and final installment in Chase’s
sexy, emotionally rich Regency series in
which sisters from a scandalous aristocratic
family—and the purveyors of London’s most
fashionable shop—find passion and love
as sumptuous as the gowns they create.
Simultaneous hardcover. Unabridged. 9 CDs.
CD 39.99
Why Lords Lose Their Hearts
Manda CollinsTTII
narrated by Anne Flosnik
After Perdita, the widowed Duchess of
Ormonde, receives an anonymous threat,
Lord Archer will stop at nothing to protect
her, in the third installment of the Wicked
Widows series. Simultaneous mass-market
paperback. Unabridged. 8 CDs.
CD 42.99
Why Lords Lose Their Hearts, Library Ed.
Unabridged. 8 CDs.
CD 83.99
Vixen in Velvet, Library Ed.
Unabridged. 9 CDs.
CD 83.99
Why Lords Lose Their Hearts
Unabridged. 1 MP3 CD.
MP3 29.99
Vixen in Velvet
Unabridged. 1 MP3 CD.
MP3 29.99
Available through IPS
Shield of Winter
A Psy/Changeling
Nalini SinghTTII
narrated by Angela Dawe
Vasic exists in the shadows, far from the hope
his people can almost touch—if only they do
not first drown in the murderous insanity of
a lethal contagion. To stop the wave of death,
Vasic must complete the simplest and most
difficult mission of his life. For if the Psy
race is to survive, the empaths must wake.
Simultaneous hardcover. Unabridged. 10 CDs.
CD 42.99
The Wickedest Lord Alive
Christina BrookeTTII
narrated by Elizabeth Wiley
Brooke delivers the third installment in
an incredibly romantic, sexy Regency-set
Westruthers series that spins off from the
Ministry of Marriage series and features four
sexy alpha heroes who are out to steal their
ladies’ hearts. Simultaneous mass-market
paperback. Unabridged. 8 CDs.
CD 39.99
The Wickedest Lord Alive, Library Ed.
Unabridged. 8 CDs.
CD 83.99
Shield of Winter, Library Ed.
Unabridged. 10 CDs.
CD 83.99
The Wickedest Lord Alive
Unabridged. 1 MP3 CD.
MP3 29.99
Shield of Winter
Unabridged. 1 MP3 CD.
MP3 29.99
A Shiver of Light
A Meredith Gentry Novels
Laurell K. HamiltonPNGN
read by Elizabeth Sastre
The long-awaited follow-up to Divine
Misdemeanors. Faerie princess Merry
Gentry is about to have triplets. However,
she faces a new threat: Taranis, King of Light
and Illusion. He claims that one of the babies
is his. To save herself and her babies, Merry
will call upon the most dangerous powers
in all of faerie. Simultaneous hardcover.
Unabridged. 11 CDs.
CD 39.95
Scion of Cyador
L.E. Modesitt, Jr.TTII
narrated by Kirby Heyborne
In this installment of Modesitt’s bestselling
Saga of Recluce, Lorn is a lancer officer
shipped to the frontier, and after a stint of
fighting the barbarian raiders and beasts, his
reputation as a fine officer has made him a
marked man. Unabridged. 19 CDs.
CD 59.99
A Megeri Series Novel
Dannika DarkTTII
narrated by Nicole Poole
Zoë Merrick lived an ordinary life until late
one night, she was brutally attacked and left
for dead. She survived, saved by a stranger
who witnessed her undergo a physical
transformation. That’s not the only thing
that’s different. Zoë is unable to control an
unexplainable energy coursing through her
body. First in the Mageri series. Unabridged.
8 CDs.
CD 42.99
Scion of Cyador, Library Ed.
Unabridged. 19 CDs.
CD 131.99
Scion of Cyador
Unabridged. 2 MP3 CDs.
MP3 39.99
Sterling, Library Ed.
Unabridged. 8 CDs.
CD 83.99
Unabridged. 1 MP3 CD.
MP3 29.99
July 2014
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A Mageri Series Novel
Dannika DarkTTII
narrated by Nicole Poole
Months after moving to the mysterious city
of Cognito, Silver is developing her gifts as
a Mage and learning how to live under new
laws. She is forced to give up her old life and
live in secret among the humans. There is
finally hope of leading an ordinary life…until
Logan Cross arrives. Unabridged. 9 CDs.
CD 42.99
Berlitz® French in 30 Days, 2nd Ed.
Berlitz PublishingBERL
These newly designed, beginner-level audio
courses are ideal for language learners
looking for a fun and effective course with
short, manageable daily lessons. Lessons
are in a fun, diary-like format, designed
to fit seamlessly into one’s daily schedule.
The audio CD runs for 60 minutes and the
contents can be easily downloaded to an
iPod or MP3 player.
CD 22.99
Twist, Library Ed.
Unabridged. 9 CDs.
CD 83.99
Berlitz® German in 30 Days, 2nd Ed.
CD 22.99
Unabridged. 1 MP3 CD.
MP3 29.99
Berlitz® Italian in 30 Days, 2nd Ed.
CD 22.99
Berlitz® Japanese in 30 Days, 2nd Ed.
CD 22.99
Berlitz® Spanish in 30 Days, 2nd Ed.
CD 22.99
Have a Nice Guilt Trip
Lisa ScottolineMMNA
and Francesca Serritella
read by the authors
A mother-and-daughter team is back with
another collection of warm and witty stories
sure to strike a chord with every woman.
In the fourth volume of their humor series,
Scottoline and Serritella continue on the road
of life acquiring men and puppies—leave it
to listeners to decide which is more desirable
and/or or easier to train. Simultaneous
hardcover. Unabridged. 5 CDs.
CD 29.99
Always Faithful, Always Forward
The Forging of a Special Operations Marine
Dick CouchTTII
narrated by John Pruden
Established in 1986, the U.S. Special
Operations Command was set up to bring
the special operational disciplines of all
branches of the military under a single,
unified command to act on missions
involving unconventional warfare, special
reconnaissance, foreign internal defense, and
direct action. Couch, author of The Warrior
Elite, chronicles its history. Simultaneous
hardcover. Unabridged. 8 CDs.
CD 39.99
Always Faithful, Always Forward, Library Ed.
Unabridged. 8 CDs.
CD 83.99
The Family of Jesus
Karen Kingsbury
with Pastor Jamie George
America’s favorite inspirational novelist and
#1 New York Times-bestselling author offers
a fictional view of six of the family members
of Jesus, all anchored by Scriptural truth,
creating a life-changing and unprecedented
emotional connection to the Bible.
Simultaneous hardcover. Unabridged. 4 CDs.
CD 19.99
Always Faithful, Always Forward
Unabridged. 1 MP3 CD.
MP3 29.99
Available through IPS
A Spy Among Friends
Kim Philby and the Great Betrayal
Ben Macintyre
Master storyteller Macintyre offers a
powerful new angle on the 20th century’s
greatest spy story “An extraordinary book
about a sordid profession in which the
most important attribute is the ability to
lie…”—The Times (London). Simultaneous
hardcover. Unabridged.
CD 45.00
Think and Grow Rich for Women
Using Your Power to Create Success and
Sharon L. LechterBRLL
read by Sandra Burr
Women are the future of American business,
and yet almost all business and success
literature is still written for men. This
powerful new work from the award-winning
author of Think and Grow Rich: Three Feet
from Gold outlines a master plan for success
for all women. Simultaneous hardcover.
Abridged. 3 CDs.
CD 9.99
Think and Grow Rich for Women
Unabridged. 5 CDs.
CD 25.99
July 2014
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The Perfect Hope
Best of the Best.........................................162
Fiction ........................................................162
Literature - Classics / Criticism..............177
Nonfiction - True Crime / Espionage......177
The Secrets of a Scoundrel
Deadly Curiosities
Tailing a Tabby
Moxie and the Art of Rule Breaking
A 14-Day Mystery
Erin DionnePUFN
Moxie Fleece knows the rules and follows
them—until she suddenly becomes involved
in Boston’s biggest unsolved mystery:
the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum art
heist. Moxie has two weeks to find the art,
otherwise she and the people she loves will
be in big-time danger. HC: Dial Books. (Trade)
The Promise
A Thunder Point Novel
Robyn CarrMIRA
Number-one New York Times-bestselling
author Carr returns to the small coastal
town of Thunder Point, Oregon, with an
uplifting story about overcoming loss—and
finding unexpected love. Original. (Fiction Romance)
Al Capone Does My Homework
A Tale from Alcatraz
Gennifer CholdenkoPUFN
It’s 1936 and Moose Flanagan, who lives
on Alcatraz along with his family and the
families of the other prison guards, faces
new challenges when his father is promoted
to Associate Warden in this final installment
of the New York Times-bestselling and
Newbery Honor-winning Alcatraz trilogy. HC:
Dial Book. (Trade)
Princess Posey and the First Grade Boys
Stephanie GreenePUFN
Stephanie Roth Sisson, illustrator
Posey takes on boys (and bullying) in the
eighth book of this charming series. Boys are
just plain annoying to Posey. But when Posey
teases Henry for being a “weirdo,” Miss Lee
tells her that she’s being a bully. Only with
the help of the Pink Princess can Posey see
that boys have feelings, too. HC: Putnam
Publishing Group. (Trade)
Aprilynne PikeRZIL
Torn between Benson, her best friend and
secret crush, and a mysterious boy who
comes to her in visions, Tavia, the sole
survivor of a plane crash that killed her
parents, tries to unlock the secrets of a past
she cannot remember. HC: Razorbill. (Trade)
The Apprentices
Maile MeloyPUFN
Ian Schoenherr, illustrator
“Set in 1954, this sequel to The Apothecary
features the same fun, fast-moving formula
as the first book, with charming characters
and exciting intrigue mixed with a handful
of magic.”—Publishers Weekly. HC: Putnam
Publishing Group. (Trade)
Blood of the Lamb
A Novel of Secrets
Sam CabotSIG
Father Thomas Kelly is called to the Vatican
to find a missing document that contains
a shocking secret that could shatter the
Church. Livia Pietro of Rome’s Noantri
Conclave joins him because the document
contains a revelation about her people as
well: the Noantri are vampires. Available in
a tall Premium Edition. HC: Blue Rider Press.
Giada De Laurentiis’s Recipe for Adventure
#4: New Orleans! with Recipe Cards
Giada De Laurentiis
Francesca Gambatesa, illustrator
Zia’s secret ingredient takes Alfie and Emilia
to New Orleans where they meet a kids’ jazz
band and are soon helping save the band’s
performance venue. Then, they track down
a long-lost cookbook, which just might hold
some very special secrets. Includes two
recipe cards. Original. (Trade)
An FBI Thriller
Catherine CoulterJOVE
FBI Special Agent Griffin Hammersmith
must figure out who was behind the attempt
on his sister’s life while helping FBI agents
Savich and Sherlock discover who murdered
the grandson of the former chairman of the
Federal Reserve Bank. Available in a tall
Premium Edition. HC: Putnam.
More Laugh-Out-Loud Jokes for Kids
Rob ElliottREVL
Young comedians are sure to have a blast
sharing this brand-new collection of gutbusting hilarity from the bestselling author
of Laugh-Out-Loud Jokes for Kids and KnockKnock Jokes for Kids. Original.
July 2014
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The Holcroft Covenant
Robert LudlumBANT
A classic thriller by #1 New York Timesbestselling author Ludlum—now available in
a tall Premium Edition. In 1945 the children of
the Third Reich were secretly hidden all over
the world, to be concealed until they came of
age in the 1970s. The Fourth Reich is waiting
to arise—and the only man who can stop it
is about to sign its birth certificate. Reissue.
Bones of the Lost
A Temperance Brennan Novel
Kathy ReichsPKBK
Number-one New York Times-bestselling
author Reichs returns with her 16th riveting
novel featuring forensic anthropologist
Tempe Brennan, whose examination of a
young girl killed in a hit and run in North
Carolina triggers an investigation into
international human trafficking. HC: Scribner.
Cut to the Bone
A Body Farm Novel
Jefferson BassHRPB
The long-awaited prequel to the New York
Times-bestselling Body Farm series turns the
clock back to the summer of 1992 to reveal the
Body Farm’s creation—and Dr. Bill Brockton’s
deadly duel with a serial killer. Available in
a tall Premium Edition. HC: William Morrow.
Out of Range
Hank SteinbergHRPB
A husband searches for his missing wife—
and the secrets of their marriage—and enters
into a dangerous world of international
espionage in this action-packed, debut
thriller from the creator of the TV series
Without a Trace. Available in a tall Premium
Edition. HC: William Morrow & Company.
Sandra BrownGCEB
Brown’s latest heart-pounding bestselling
thriller is now available in a tall Premium
Edition. Still coping with battle fatigue
following his return from Afghanistan,
journalist Dawson Scott receives a tip he
cannot ignore about a potentially huge story
involving the presumed-murdered son of a
pair of terrorists on the FBI’s Most Wanted
list. TP: Grand Central Publishing.
Robert Ludlum’s™ The Bourne Retribution
Eric Van LustbaderGCEB
Jason Bourne’s search for the drug lord who
ordered Rebeka’s murder takes him from Tel
Aviv to Shanghai to a village on China’s coast.
Bourne is determined to avenge her death,
but he becomes enmeshed in a monstrous
worldwide scheme. Available in a tall Premium
Edition. HC: Grand Central Publishing.
End Game
A Jonathan Grave Thriller
John GilstrapPINA
New York Times-bestselling author Gilstrap
takes readers inside the corridors of power
in Washington, D.C., where Jonathan Grave
must neutralize a far-reaching threat to
national security. Available in a tall Premium
Edition. Original.
Second Honeymoon
James PattersonGCEB
and Howard Roughan
Patterson’s instant #1 NewYorkTimes bestseller
is available in a tall Premium Edition. FBI Agent
John O’Hara is deep into solving the case of
a honeymoon killer, while Special Agent Sarah
Brubaker is hunting another serial killer, whose
victims all have one chilling thing in common.
TP: Grand Central Publishing.
Jeff JacobsonPINA
From the author of Sleep Tight comes a
unique and spine-tingling thriller in which
genetic engineering and a mutating virus
come together in a terrifying tale of science
gone wrong. Original.
Blood Song
A Raven’s Shadow Novel
Anthony RyanACE
Raised by the brothers of the Sixth Order,
Vaelin Al Sorna, a Warrior of the Faith, must
battle the Empire and even his own father in
the first book of a new fantasy trilogy. HC:
The Strain, TV Tie-In Ed.
Guillermo del ToroHRPB
and Chuck Hogan
An epic battle for survival begins between
man and vampire in a heart-stopping trilogy
by film director del Toro (Pan’s Labyrinth)
and Hammett Award-winning author Hogan,
now adapted as a new series scheduled to
premiere on FX in July. All three novels—The
Strain, The Fall, and The Night Eternal are
available in tall Premium Editions. Reissue.
Deadly Curiosities
Gail Z. MartinBLKL
Cassidy Kincaide owns Trifles & Folly, an
antique/curio store in Charleston, South
Carolina, that is more than what it seems.
Dangerous supernatural items sometimes
find their way into mortal hands or onto the
market, and Cassidy is part of a shadowy
Alliance of mortals and mages who must take
those deadly curiosities out of circulation.
The Fall, TV Tie-In Ed.
The Night Eternal, TV Tie-In Ed.
A Tap on the Window
Linwood BarclaySIG
One of The Boston Globe’s Best Crime
Novels of the Year—now available in a tall
Premium Edition. While driving one rainy
night, private investigator Cal Weaver picks
up a teenage girl who asks for a ride—and
he’s soon drawn into a nightmare of secrets,
lies, and cover-ups. HC: NAL.
Dragons Deal
Robert AsprinACE
and Jody Lynn Nye
McCandles is asked to be king of the Mardi
Gras parade, rival dragons get steamed—
and they prepare to burn him out, in this
third novel featuring dragons of the Big Easy.
TP: Ace.
Tell No Lies
Gregg HurwitzSTMS
The latest pulse-pounding thriller from the
New York Times-bestselling author of The
Survivor—available in a tall Premium Edition.
“Simply brilliant. Psychologically rich and
often beautiful, with the city of San Francisco
as much a character as the fascinating and
conflicted hero.”—Anne Rice (Interview with
the Vampire). HC: St. Martin’s Press.
Dungeons & Dragons®: Forgotten Realms®:
The Sundering, Book IV: The Reaver
Richard Lee ByersWOTC
In the fourth book of the multi-author
Sundering series launched by New York
Times-bestselling author R.A. Salvatore,
Byers introduces Anton Marivaldi, a
renowned reaver with an insatiable thirst
for bounty and a moral compass that always
leads him toward the evil he’s never tried.
HC: Wizards of the Coast.
The Blasted Lands
Seven Forges, Book II
James A. MooreAGYR
In this sequel to Seven Forges, the Empire
of Fellein is in mourning. The Emperor is
dead, and his armies have grown soft.
Merros Dulver, their newly appointed—and
somewhat reluctant—commander, has been
tasked with preparing them to fight the
most savage enemy the world has yet seen.
July 2014
Enslaved by the Others
An H&W Investigations Novel
Jess HainesZEB
The sixth novel in Haines’ acclaimed series
finds New York P.I. and Other specialist
Shiarra Waynest a prisoner of a vampire
slave trader. Although she’s desperate to
escape, Shia needs some answers. Original.
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A Souls of Fire Novel
Keri ArthurSIG
A New York Times-bestselling author begins
a brand-new urban fantasy series featuring
heroine Emberly Pearson, a phoenix capable
of taking on human form and cursed with the
ability to foresee death. Original.
Jamie SchultzROC
A new series that mixes the thrilling antics
of Ocean’s Eleven with contemporary fantasy
begins. Karyn Ames and her crew are used to
dealing with the supernatural and the occult,
but their latest heist involves something
much more sinister. Original.
Friday Night Bites
A Chicagoland Vampires Novel
Chloe NeillROC
In this second installment of Neill’s
acclaimed series, it’s up to Merit to act as
a liaison between humans and vampires.
But someone doesn’t want peace between
them—someone with an ancient grudge. TP:
The Shadow Master
Craig CormickAGYR
In a land riddled with plague, inside the
infamous Walled City, two families vie
for control: the Medicis with their genius
inventor Leonardo; and the Lorraines with
Galileo, the most brilliant alchemist of his
generation. When two star-crossed lovers,
one from each house, threaten the status
quo, a third, shadowy power bides its time.
Happy Hour in Hell
Tad WilliamsDAWB
The second volume in an urban fantasy
series by a New York Times-bestselling
author. Angel Bobby Dollar sets out to
rescue his demon girlfriend Casimira, who’s
being held hostage in the netherworld, while
also trying to elude an undead psychopath
named Smyler. HC: DAW.
The Third Kingdom
A Richard and Kahlan Novel
Terry GoodkindTOR
The sequel to Goodkind’s #1 New York
Times bestseller The Omen Machine. The
bloodthirsty Jit is dead, and Richard and
Kahlan have survived. But a new menace
attacks them in the Dark Lands. Robbed of his
power as a war wizard, Richard must stop the
infernal conspiracy assembling itself behind
the wall far to the north. HC: Tor.
How the White Trash Zombie Got Her Groove
Diana RowlandDAWB
The fourth novel of Rowland’s popular series
finds Angel leading the remnants of her
Zombie Mafia halfway across the country to
claw their way through corporate intrigue,
zombie drugs, and undead trafficking to
rescue her friends abducted by the Saberton
Corporation. Original.
The Thousand Names
Book One of the Shadow Campaigns
Django WexlerROC
“The author of Shinigami and Memories
of Empire launches an epic fantasy of
military might and magical conflict. Guns
and swords blend with magic and other
supernatural phenomena in this tale of
complex people caught up in world-shaking
circumstances.”—Library Journal. HC: Roc.
A Greywalker Novel
Kat RichardsonROC
Harper Blaine digs into a new case and
discovers a disturbing connection between
the possession of a woman who recently
woke up from a comatose state and one of
the most gruesome episodes in Washington
State history. HC: Roc.
Under a Graveyard Sky
John RingoBAEN
A New York Times-bestselling author
presents the first in a brand-new series that
follows a family of survivors who fight back
against a zombie plague that has brought
down civilization. “The thinking reader’s
zombie novel. . .”—Publishers Weekly. HC:
Guilty Gucci
A Red Bottom Novel
Ashley AntoinetteUBAB
A New York Times-bestselling author brings
readers a sexy street classic about the fallen
leader of an infamous gang of girl bandits.
TP: Urban Books.
Deadbeat: Dogs of Waugh
Guy AdamsTITB
A new drug in the Undead community
simulates the symptoms of the living—faster
pulse, perspiration, the intoxicating rush
of blood through the veins. Max and Tom
are far too busy working their way though
Deadbeat’s new cocktail menu. When people
start vanishing from the Soho streets, they
decide it might be worth a look. Original.
The Last Witness
A Badge of Honor Novel
W.E.B. GriffinJOVE
and William E. Butterworth, IV
Now available in a tall Premium Edition.
Texas Ranger Jim Byrth has connected
Mexican drug cartels and the Russian mob
through the trafficking of sex slaves, so he
contacts homicide detective Matt Payne after
the trail leads to Philadelphia. However the
only witness—the daughter of a prominent
family—has gone missing. HC: Putnam.
Deathlands® #117: Desolation Angels
James AxlerGEAG
Ryan and the companions arrive in former
Detroit to the Desolation Angels waging
a war to rule the streets. After saving the
companions from gangsters, the mayor
hires Ryan and his friends to stop the Angels
cold. But each hard blow toward victory
proves there’s no good side to be fighting
for. Original.
Playing the Hand You’re Dealt
Trice HickmanKENS
The award-winning bestselling author of
Unexpected Interruptions blends sex and
scandal with vivid characters to create an
intriguing and unforgettable novel. TP:
The Executioner® #428: Desert Impact
created by Don PendletonGEAG
The murder of several border patrol agents
in a moonlight attack seems like an average
Mexican cartel ambush—until the killers’
weapons turn out to be U.S. military grade.
There’s a leak in the local army base, and it
needs to be plugged. Mack Bolan heads into
the desert to investigate. Original.
Pretty Boy Problems
Michele GrantKENS
Fans of Carl Weber and Terry McMillan will
delight in this funny, sexy, and realistic
portrayal of life and love from the awardwinning author of Sweet Little Lies and
Heard It All Before. TP: Dafina.
SuperBolan® #167: China White
created by Don PendletonGEAG
The drug syndicate running the heroin
pipeline from the Golden Crescent of
Afghanistan, Iran, and Pakistan hijacks the
narco-traffic markets controlled by Asia’s
Triads, igniting a turf war. Mack Bolan
prepares for battle—without official sanction.
The Summer Girls
The Lowcountry Summer Trilogy
Mary Alice MonroePKBK
In this enchanting trilogy set on Sullivan’s
Island, South Carolina, New York Timesbestselling author Monroe captures the
complex relationships between three half
sisters scattered across the country—and
a grandmother determined to help them
rediscover their family bonds. TP: Gallery
July 2014
Basil Instinct
Shelley CostaPKBK
The second novel in Costa’s cozy mystery
series that started with You Cannoli Die Once.
A chef and her cousins launch their own
investigation when a new sous chef turns up
dead in their Italian restaurant. Original.
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From Fear to Eternity
An Immortality Bites Mystery
Michelle RowenSIG
Newlywed vampires Sarah and Thierry de
Bennicoeur attend an auction of paranormal
objects held in an old Beverly Hills mansion,
hoping to buy a powerful amulet containing
a wish-granting djinn. When the amulet goes
missing, and everyone becomes trapped,
Sarah had better be careful with her wishes.
Be Careful What You Witch For
A Family Fortune Mystery
Dawn EastmanBRKP
The highlight of this year’s fall festival in
Crystal Haven, Michigan, is a bonfire with
a witch’s cauldron resting over it. Clyde
Fortune’s best friend, Diana, leads a ritual
to divine the future, but it seems no one
foresees that one of their own will drop
dead—or that Diana will be a prime suspect.
Cat in an Alien X-Ray
A Midnight Louie Mystery
Carole Nelson DouglasFRGE
An Area 51 attraction on the Las Vegas Strip
threatens to bring more than starry-eyed
enthusiasts to town. Once again it is up to
feline PI Midnight Louie to keep his crew in
line and save them from the attack of the
creatures from the beyond—or common
criminals that prey on the innocent. HC:
Grace Against the Clock
A Manor House Mystery
Julie HyzyBRKP
When Marshfield Manor hosts a fundraising
event to raise money for much-needed
repairs to the town clock, Grace Wheaton, the
mansion’s curator and manager, is happy to
lend a helping hand—until a killer makes an
unwanted donation. Original.
Cookies and Scream
A Cookie Cutter Shop Mystery
Virginia LowellBRKP
Olivia Greyson is the proud owner of The
Gingerbread House, a quaint shop that
specializes in all things cookie. When a
stunning antique cookie cutter collection
leads to murder, Olivia will have to sift
through the clues to find the killer. Includes
recipes. Original.
The Highway
After two teenage sisters vanish from a
remote stretch of a Montana highway, former
investigator Cody Hoyt learns the girls were
friends of his son. Cody’s former partner
Cassie Newell convinces him to conduct a
search of the area, and they discover the girls
aren’t the first who have disappeared there.
Available in a tall Premium Edition. HC: St.
Martin’s Press.
Crime Rib
A Food Lovers’ Village Mystery
Leslie BudewitzBRKP
Gourmet food market owner Erin Murphy
is determined to get Jewel Bay, Montana’s,
scrumptious local fare some national
attention on a popular cooking show. But
her scheme for culinary celebrity goes up
in flames when the town’s big break is
interrupted by murder. Includes recipes.
Ill-Gotten Panes
A Stained Glass Mystery
Jennifer McAndrewsBRKP
First in a new series. Stained-glass aficionado
Georgia Kelly packed up her city life for the
quiet of the small Hudson River hamlet of
Wenwood, New York. But the sleepy village’s
peace is about to become shattered—by
murder. Original.
Dick Francis’s Refusal
Felix FrancisBRKP
Private investigator Sid Halley is lured out
of retirement when Sir Richard Stewart,
chairman of the racing authority, begs Sid
to investigate a series of dodgy races. Soon
afterward, Sir Richard is found murdered—
and Sid is drawn into a deadly conspiracy.
Available in a tall Premium Edition. HC:
Light of the World
A Dave Robicheaux Novel
James Lee BurkePKBK
A Montana vacation takes a turn for Dave
Robicheaux and his longtime friend Clete
Purcel when a series of suspicious events
leads them to believe their lives—and the
lives of their families—are in danger, in
this 20th novel of Burke’s bestselling series,
now available in a tall Premium Edition. HC:
Simon & Schuster.
Something Borrowed, Someone Dead
An Agatha Raisin Mystery
M.C. BeatonSTMS
Hired by the Parish councilor of a small
community in the Cotswold Hills to
investigate the murder of a widow, Agatha
learns about the victim’s penchant for
keeping borrowed items in a case that is
complicated by village secrets—and a killer
who may target Agatha next. HC: St. Martin’s
Maple Mayhem
A Sugar Grove Mystery
Jessie CrockettBRKP
In Sugar Grove, New Hampshire, people
are serious about their maple syrup—
especially Dani Greene, whose family owns
the Greener Pastures sugarhouse. But when
murder disrupts the small-town sweetness,
Dani pores over clues to draw out a killer.
Includes recipes. Original.
Muffin but Murder
A Merry Muffin Mystery
Victoria HamiltonBRKP
Muffin maker Merry Wynter hopes to find a
buyer for the castle she’s inherited. But when
she throws a party to draw interest, she finds
someone who’s bought the farm instead.
Now Merry must unmask a killer before her
perfect plans turn into a recipe for disaster.
Includes recipes. Original.
Spider Woman’s Daughter
A Leaphorn & Chee Novel
Anne HillermanHRPB
The talented daughter of bestselling
author Tony Hillerman continues his
popular Leaphorn and Chee series with
this new Navajo Country mystery, filled
with captivating lore, startling suspense,
bold new characters, vivid color, and rich
Southwestern atmosphere. Available in a tall
Premium Edition. HC: Harper.
Not the Killing Type
A Booktown Mystery
Lorna BarrettBRKP
In the latest entry of Barrett’s New York
Times-bestselling series, amateur sleuth and
bookstore owner Tricia Miles gets caught up
in a local election that turns lethal. It’s up to
Tricia to pull the lever on a killer before it’s
curtains for someone else. HC: Berkley Prime
The Spirit Is Willing
An Ophelia Wylde Paranormal Mystery
Golden Spur Award winner McCoy continues
this cozy mystery series with the follow-up to
Of Grave Concern. In the Old West, murder is
a way of life. But psychic detective Ophelia
Wylde deals out her own brand of justice by
talking to the victims . . . after they’re dead.
Silence of the Lamb’s Wool
A Yarn Retreat Mystery
Betty HechtmanBRKP
Dessert chef Casey Feldstein has learned one
end of a knitting needle from the other after
inheriting her aunt’s yarn retreat business,
but a murder threatens to unravel her latest
event. Includes a knitting pattern and a
recipe. Original.
Tailing a Tabby
A Bookmobile Cat Mystery
Laurie CassSIG
When a local artist needs emergency medical
care, Minnie rushes him to the hospital in the
bookmobile. After he’s later found slumped
over the body of a murdered woman, Minnie
works to clear his name and catch the real
killer. Original.
Some Enchanted Éclair
A Magical Bakery Mystery
Bailey CatesSIG
As a movie crew invades Savannah,
members of Katie Lightfoot’s coven snag
parts as extras. When the movie’s “fixer” fires
the on-set caterer, Katie’s Honeybee Bakery
is hired. However, someone fixes the fixer—
permanently. So the magical baker and her
fellow conjurers step in to sift through the
suspects. Includes recipes. Original.
July 2014
Takedown Twenty
A Stephanie Plum Novel
Janet EvanovichBANT
In this #1 New York Times bestseller from
powerhouse author Evanovich, New Jersey
bounty hunter Stephanie Plum has her sights
set on catching a notorious mob boss. If she
doesn’t take him down, he may take her out.
HC: Bantam.
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The Belladonna Agency Series
Virna DePaulBANT
The second installment of bestselling author
DePaul’s thrilling paranormal series, set in
a seductive and dangerous world where
vampires secretly exist among the general
population, while the FBI tries to keep
the Rogues among them from preying on
humans. Original.
To Kill a Matzo Ball
A Deadly Deli Mystery
Delia RosenKENS
Martial arts teacher Ken Chan wants Gwen
Katz, owner of a Jewish deli in Nashville,
Tennessee, to cater a black belt ceremony.
But just as Chan is about to sample a matzo
ball, bullets shatter the deli’s window, striking
Chan. Was he the target of a hate-group—or
was Gwen? Original.
A Vision in Velvet
A Witchcraft Mystery
Juliet BlackwellSIG
Lily Ivory buys an antique trunk full of old
clothes and feels strange vibrations from a
mysterious velvet cloak. She tries it on and
sees awful visions from the past. And when
the dealer who sold her the cape is killed, Lily
suspects a supernatural force is behind his
death. Original.
Rebecca YorkSOBK
There is a spy in S&D systems who is leaking
top-secret information. Shane Gallagher is
tasked with uncovering the mole. Systems
analyst Elena Reyes had no intention of
stealing company secrets until her brother’s
life was threatened. When Elena finally
confesses her deeds to Shane, he’s ready
to do everything he can to keep her out of
danger. Original.
Stay with Me
A Brenna Spector Novel of Suspense
Alison GaylinHRPB
Missing Persons Investigator Brenna Spector
is still trying to unravel the mystery of her
sister Clea’s disappearance 28 years ago.
However, her obsession with finding out
what happened to Clea is taking a toll on
her own teenage daughter, Maya. And when
Maya goes missing, Brenna fears her worst
nightmare has come true. Original.
Better Homes and Hauntings
Molly HarperPKBK
Harper, the author of the beloved Half Moon
Hollow series of vampire romances, presents
a standalone paranormal romance in which
a dilapidated haunted house could bring
star-crossed lovers together—if it doesn’t kill
them first! Original.
An Edie Spence Novel
Cassie AlexanderSTMS
Abducted by the vampire Raven, paranormal
nurse Edie Spence is taken to the catacombs
underneath an L.A. night club that supplies
fresh blood and other favors for its vampire
Masters. Edie must save herself and her baby
from the nightmare that now flows through
her veins. Original.
Abandon the Dark
Marta PerryHQPB
Perry delivers the third title in the Amishthemed Watcher in the Dark series. Deer Run,
Pennsylvania, is the only place that has ever
felt like home to graphic artist Lainey Colton.
She returns to care for her elderly great-aunt
and notices lawyer Jake Evans, who’s highly
suspicious of this intriguing newcomer.
Arabesque®: Tender Loving Passion
The Ladies of TLC
Donna HillKIIR
The women who sell Tender Loving Care
body products are hiding a secret: they are
undercover operatives in The Ladies Cartel,
the flip-side organization of TLC Cosmetics.
Two classic TLC novels from Essence®bestselling author Hill are collected in this
single volume—Temptation and Lies and
Longing and Lies. Reissue.
Bride of a Scottish Warrior
Adrienne BassoZEB
The acclaimed author of How to Be a Scottish
Mistress takes readers into the wilds of
medieval Scotland with a riveting new
historical romance that combines breathless
adventure and scorching passion. Original.
The Captive
Grace BurrowesSOBK
Captured and tortured by the French, Christian
Severn, Duke of Mercia, survives by vowing
to take revenge on his tormentors. But he’s
reminded by Gillian, Countess of Greendale,
that his small daughter has suffered much
in his absence. Little does Gilly know, the
battle for Christian’s heart is only beginning.
Fatal Flaw
Marie ForceCBHJ
Senator Nick Cappuano and D.C. Police
Lieutenant Sam Holland are back from their
honeymoon. When Sam discovers wedding
cards containing thinly veiled death threats,
she’s not sure if she or Nick is the target. Then
a series of baffling murders convinces Sam
she is the ultimate prize in the killer’s clever
game. Previously published as an e-book.
For the Longest Time
The Harvest Cove Series
Kendra Leigh CastleECSE
The first in a new series. After a perfect storm
of events leaves Samantha Henry high, dry,
and jobless, she heads home to the New
England town of Harvest Cove to regroup.
There, the man who once broke her heart
is determined to convince her to give him a
second chance. Original.
Chains of Darkness
Caris RoaneSTMS
Roane presents the second novel in the
brand-new Men in Chains series about
vampire warriors who are bound to women
intent on destroying them. Original.
Christmas in July
Debbie MasonFOVE
Grace Flaherty had given up hope of ever
seeing her missing husband again—until
he walks through the door of her bakery in
downtown Christmas, Colorado. Reported
missing in action a year ago, Jack has no
memory of his family, but he knows in his
heart what he wants: a second chance at
love. Original.
Full Bloom
Janet EvanovichSTMS
and Charlotte Hughes
The temperature is on “sizzle” again in
Beaumont, South Carolina, and the peach
trees are bursting into full bloom in this
fifth book in the classic Full series from the
bestselling team of Evanovich and Hughes.
The Gentleman Jewel Thief
The Hope Diamond Trilogy
Jessica PetersonBKSE
The first title in a scandalous new Regencyera trilogy featuring the infamous Hope
Diamond, a rakish jewel thief, and a steamy
romance. Original.
Dead by Dusk
The Alliance Vampires
Heather GrahamZEB
Combining chilling suspense, hot sensuality,
and compelling vampires, this sixth pageturning adventure in Graham’s classic
paranormal romance series is sure to keep
readers riveted. Reissue.
Gilded Lily
A Steam and Seduction Novel
Delphine DrydenBKSE
Scandalous secrets and deadly attractions
abound in the third irresistible book in
Dryden’s sexy steampunk series, following
Scarlet Devices and Gossamer Wing.
The Escape
Mary BaloghDELL
New York Times-bestselling author Balogh
presents the third installment in her delightful
and spirited Survivors’ Club series—a story
of seduction and salvation in which a hopeful
young widow and a resilient war hero dare
to dream of new beginnings and a bright
future. Original.
July 2014
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How to Lose a Lord in 10 Days or Less
Elizabeth MichelsSOBK
After years hidden away from the mockery
of the ton, proud Andrew Clifton, Lord
Amberstall, is finally ready to face Society
again. But when his horse is injured on
the road to London, Andrew finds himself
literally thrown at the feet of the beautiful,
infuriating, and undeniably eccentric Katie
Moore. Original.
Harlequin Intrigue: Wedding at Cardwell
Ranch & The Cowgirl in Question
B.J. DanielsHQPB
Single father Jackson Cardwell knows a
beautiful lady in distress when he meets her.
Allie Taylor’s past has stalked her to Cardwell
Ranch, and not even Jackson may be able to
save her from a killer with a chilling agenda.
This two-in-one volume also contains the
reader favorite The Cowgirl in Question.
Harlequin® Bestselling Author Collection:
Jill ShalvisHQPB
and Kelly Hunter
If it hadn’t been for the earthquake, Amber
Riggs would never have made love to a
perfect stranger, fire inspector Dax McCall
But when Amber runs into him a year later
she’s not sure how he’ll react to her—or their
three-month-old baby. Includes a bonus
book by Hunter, Exposed: Misbehaving with
the Magnate. Reissue.
How to Marry a Cowboy
Carolyn BrownSOBK
Rancher Mason Harper’s two little girls want
nothing more than a mama of their own. So
when a pretty woman appears on his front
porch in a tattered wedding dress, he can’t
help but wonder if it’s fate. Original.
I’ll Find You
Nancy BushZEB
Callie Cantrell has only fragmented
memories of the car accident that killed her
husband and son. One year later, she’s still
trying to start over, yet she can’t shake her
unease. When former L.A. cop West Laughlin
barges into her life, they discover they are
targeted by a killer. Original.
Harmony Homecomings: Find My Way Home
Michele SummersSOBK
Keith Morgan is ready to leave Miami for a
quiet life where he can raise his 10-year-old
daughter. Unfortunately, his new lifestyle
is threatened the moment he lays eyes on
Bertie Anderson, the decorator his aunt hired
to help him create his dream home. As Bertie
begins to turn his house into a home, will
he find his way into her heart before it’s too
late? Original.
In the Mood for Love
A Cupcake Lovers Novel
Beth CiottaSTMS
When she took a PR job with the Cupcake
Lovers, high-powered, L.A.-based publicist
Harper Day never expected to be won over
by the town’s old-fashioned charms. But that
was before she moved into the Victorian
vacation home of her dreams—and fell for
Sam McCloud. Original.
Hope at Dawn
Of Love and War, Book I
Stacy HenrieFOVE
The 100th anniversary of World War I is in
2014. In commemoration, Henrie debuts a
new heartfelt, inspirational historical trilogy
that brings to life the early years of the war
with emotion, faith, and romance. Original.
Julie GarwoodSIG
Peyton Lockhart has just inherited a
charming oceanfront resort, but she has no
idea how many people want to sabotage her
success—including her vindictive cousins
and powerful land developers. When threats
against Peyton escalate, she enlists the
help of her childhood friend, FBI agent Finn
MacBain. HC: Dutton.
Kimani™ Romance #385: The Morretti
Millionaires: Seduced by the Playboy
Pamela YayeKIIR
Fiery Chicago newscaster Angela Kelly stands
to lose everything because of her show’s
dangerously low ratings. The pressure is on
to save her career, and a tantalizing exposé
on wickedly sexy professional baseball
player Demetri Morretti might be her last
shot. That is, if she can handle the irresistible
desire brewing between them. Original.
Long, Tall Texans, Vol. 1: Calhoun & Justin
Diana PalmerHQPB
From beloved New York Times-bestselling
author Palmer comes this single volume
starring two handsome and rugged Texas
cowboys from the Ballenger family—
Calhoun and Justin. Reissue.
Kimani™ Romance #386: The Alexanders of
Beverly Hills: Five Star Desire
Jacquelin ThomasKIIR
Kellen Alexander is all set to take his rightful
place in his family’s dazzling Beverly Hills
hotel empire. But the aspiring architect
finds himself up against a major obstacle.
Her name is Addison Evans, and she has
the position Kellen wants! Worse, the petite
beauty arouses a scorching passion that
could cost him his entire career. Original.
The Longest Night
Kara BradenSOBK
When a car accident leaves gorgeous but
prickly genius Ian Fairchild with a debilitating
injury and an addiction to painkillers, this city
boy has to find a safe place to recover. He
escapes to the remote Canadian wilderness—
in the company of a woman he has no reason
to trust. Will they make it through the winter?
Kimani™ Romance #387: Kimani Hotties:
Promise Me Forever: When Morning Comes
Harmony EvansKIIR
Men have always been eager to tell private
investigator Autumn Hilliard their most
private secrets. However, investment banker
Isaac Mason isn’t like other men. He’s easily
the sexiest man alive, but his careful manner
reveals nothing. Autumn intends to find out
what makes the millionaire tick. Original.
Midnight Rider
Kat MartinSTMS
Behind Ramon de la Guerra’s dark eyes
throbbed the memory of his lands, stolen
by the uncle of beautiful American Caralee
McConnell. Riding by night as the ruthless
outlaw, El Dragon, he steals Caralee away to
his mountain lair, and there reveals a secret
that could cost him his life—and his heart.
Kimani™ Romance #388: The Blue Dynasty:
Midnight Play
Lisa Marie PerryKIIR
As general manager of the Las Vegas
Slayers, Danica Blue goes toe-to-toe with
players whose size is matched only by their
egos. Quarterback Dex Harper is the biggest
and toughest of them all—and Danica, who’s
always played by the rules, is suddenly
tempted to break every last one. Original.
Never Been Kissed
Molly O’KeefeBANT
O’Keefe presents the second novel in her
exciting new series, the Boys of Bishop—
featuring an irresistible romance and
unforgettable characters in a page-turning
story set in an Arkansas town that delivers
equal parts emotion and humor . . . with a
little edge to boot. Original.
Kiss and Tell
Fern MichaelsZEB
In a brand-new Sisterhood adventure by #1
New York Times- and USA Today-bestselling
author Michaels, the Sisterhood look into
shady dealings at a local assisted-living
facility and are ready to out-hustle a master
con-artist at his own game. Original.
Lady Windermere’s Lover
Miranda NevilleAVON
Damian, Earl of Windermere, gambled
away his family’s estate and was forced into
marriage to reclaim it. Now, after hiding from
his new bride for a year, Damian returns
home. Welcomed by the rumor that Lady
Cynthia has taken a lover, Damian vows to
keep his wife from straying again, but to do
so he must seduce her. Original.
July 2014
Never Surrender
Lindsay McKennaHQPB
Navy medic Bay Thorn’s will is unbreakable,
which has earned her the respect of her
team—and the love of Navy SEAL Gabe
Griffin. And as soon as she wraps up the final
six months of Operation Shadow Warriors
in Afghanistan, she’ll have her happily ever
after. Until her deployment goes horribly
wrong. Original.
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The Red Bikini
Lauren ChristopherBKSE
After her husband suddenly leaves her,
Giselle McCabe flees to her sister’s California
beach house. Out of her element, she’s
surprised to receive such a warm welcome—
especially from gorgeous celebrity athlete
Fin Hensen. “A fantastic debut. I love this
book!”—New York Times-bestselling author
Susan Mallery. Original.
Night’s End
An Indigo Court Novel
Yasmine GalenornBRKP
The thrilling conclusion to Galenorn’s
bestselling paranormal romance series.
Newly crowned Fae Queens Cicely and
Rhiannon have embraced their destinies and
claimed their thrones. But Myst is rising once
more, and now, at the helm of her armies,
she begins her final assault on the Golden
Wood. Original.
On Sunset Beach
The Chesapeake Diaries
Mariah StewartBALL
author Stewart comes a captivating and
heartwarming new novel in her beloved
Chesapeake Diaries romance series. Original.
Riding the Wave
A Pacific Blue Novel
Lorelie BrownECSE
The first novel in a sexy and sporty new
series from a debut author. The gray-green
swells of San Sebastian haven’t changed
in 10 years, but Tanner Wright has. The last
thing the professional surfer expects to find
back on his home turf is the love of his life.
The Perfect Hope
Book Three of the Inn BoonsBoro Trilogy
Nora RobertsJOVE
Roberts, called “America’s favorite writer” by
The New Yorker, concludes her bestselling
trilogy with the story of Ryder, the hardest
Montgomery brother to figure out. He’s surly
and unsociable, but when he straps on a tool
belt, no woman can resist his sexy swagger.
Except, apparently, Hope Beaumont, the
innkeeper of Ryder’s own Inn BoonsBoro. TP:
The Secrets of a Scoundrel
Gaelen FoleyAVON
New York Times-bestselling author Foley
presents her most exciting Inferno Club
novel yet! In this sprawling and suspenseful
final installment, the last aristocratic man
of the Inferno Club succumbs to a love as
wild and dangerous as his life of underworld
espionage. Original.
Something Sweeter
Candis TerryAVON
How does a notorious playboy convince a
wedding planner who doesn’t believe in
marriage that true love is worth the risk?
Readers can find out in this sizzling third
installment in Terry’s Sweet, Texas, series.
Play It Again
Nora RobertsSILH
Two classic novels about losing out on
love—only to find it again—from #1 New
York Times-bestselling author Roberts are
collected in this volume. Contains Once
More with Feeling and Dual Image. Reissue.
Stranded with a Billionaire
A Billionaire Boys Club Novel
Jessica ClareBKSE
Stranded on an island in the Bahamas, a
heartbroken billionaire finds love with a
smart and sultry waitress. However, will
their paradise be lost when she learns his
secret? Previously published by InterMix as
an e-book.
The Cat Star Chronicles
Cheryl BrooksSOBK
Kimcasha has lived by her wits since she
lost her family at a young age. So when
three of her friends vanish, she has no fear
about using herself as kidnapper’s bait, until
a handsome stranger foils her plot. Original.
Talking After Midnight
Dakota CassidyMIRA
Marybell Lyman is notorious for her extreme
look and the lilting voice she uses as a
Call Girl with Plum Orchard’s phone-sex
company. Taggart Hawthorn is mesmerized
by the contradiction: such sweet tones inside
a spiky shell! He wants to know more about
mysterious Marybell, but Tag’s attentions
have her panicked. Original.
The Stranger I Married
Sylvia DayKENS
They are London’s most scandalous couple:
Isabel, Lady Pelham, and Gerard Faulkner,
Marquess of Grayson. Their union is a most
agreeable sham, until a shocking turn of
events sends Gerard away from Isabel. He
returns four years later—and he will stop at
nothing to win her love. TP: Kensington.
Suddenly Last Summer
Sarah MorganHQPB
USA Today-bestselling author Morgan
delivers the follow-up to Sleigh Bells in the
Snow and introduces another irresistible
O’Neil brother, who’s more tempting than
dessert and twice as sinful! Original.
The Tea Shop on Lavender Lane
Life in Icicle Falls
Sheila RobertsMIRA
Bailey Sterling’s dreams of becoming a
caterer to the stars in L.A. collapse, so she
returns to Icicle Falls to stay with her sister
Cecily. Bailey proposes opening a tea shop
on a charming street called Lavender Lane,
and goes into partnership the man Cecily is
dating—and Cecily is not pleased. Original.
The Summit
Kat MartinMIRA
Autumn Sommers has recurring dreams
of a little girl abducted from her own yard.
Her research into missing persons suggests
that the girl could be the daughter of Ben
McKenzie. As Autumn’s dreams become
more and more vivid, she and Ben pursue
leads that soon point to more murders, and
to the only person in control of whether they
live—or die. Original.
Then Came You
Jill ShalvisBRKP
From a New York Times-bestselling author
comes the fifth sexy and fun contemporary
romance in her Animal Magnetism series
that features hot heroes and cute animals,
and tells the story of a woman whose world
is turned upside down by one night’s torrid
fling. Original.
Sweet Dreams
The Colorado Mountain Series
Kristen AshleyFOVE
After leaving her cheating husband, Lauren
Grahame moves to Colorado and gets a job
as a waitress in a biker bar. It’s a nothing job
in a nowhere joint . . . until Tatum Jackson
walks in. When violence strikes the town, Tate
must reveal a dark secret to Lauren—one
that may put an end to their sweet dreams.
To Marry a Scottish Laird
Lynsay SandsAVON
New York Times-bestselling author Sands,
the creator of the beloved Argeneau vampire
series, returns to the Highlands of Scotland
in her hottest new historical romance yet.
Secrets of the Loch
Candace CampPKBK
Love is in the cards for a young Scottish
heiress in the first book of a delicious new
trilogy from New York Times-bestselling
author Camp. Original.
A Sword Upon the Rose
Brenda JoyceHQPB
In this follow-up to A Rose in the Storm,
New York Times-bestselling author Joyce
takes readers back to the Scottish Highlands,
where the battle for land, liberty, and love
rages on. Original.
July 2014
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Vixen in Velvet
Loretta ChaseAVON
The third and final book in Chase’s sexy,
emotionally rich Regency series in which
sisters from a scandalous aristocratic
family—and the purveyors of London’s most
fashionable shop—find passion and love
as sumptuous as the gowns they create.
The Trouble with Harry
Katie MacAlisterSOBK
When a Regency lady answers an
advertisement for a wife, she thinks she may
have found the love of her life—if she can
keep her new husband out of trouble long
enough to find out. Reissue.
A Country Roads Novel
Shannon RichardFOVE
Grace King loves working at her
grandmother’s café in Mirabelle, Florida—
and she loves the hunky town sheriff,
Jaxson Anderson. She always has. When a
town secret surfaces, threatening to destroy
everything they believe in, can the man
who defended Grace from bullies as a child
protect her now? Original.
When Day Breaks
A KGI Novel
Maya BanksBRKP
Eden is one of the most beautiful women
in the world. Her fame as a model has
earned her more than she ever imagined.
Evil is stalking her. Scarred from battle in
Afghanistan, Swanson is assigned to protect
Eden—and soon falls for her. Beauty loving
the Beast only happens in fairy tales—and
KGI doesn’t deal in fairy tales. Ever. Original.
Until We Touch
A Fool’s Gold Romance
Susan MalleryHQPB
Former football hero Jack McGarry learns
that his PR firm has moved to Fool’s Gold,
California. Larissa Owens knows Jack sees
her as just another one of the guys. No matter
what her heart wishes, Jack’s her boss, not
her boyfriend. But then Larissa’s big secret is
revealed—by her mother! Original.
Where the Horses Run
The Heroes of Heartbreak Creek
Kaki WarnerBKSE
Award-winning author Warner returns to the
characters of Heartbreak Creek, Colorado,
as a troubled cowboy and a desperate
Englishwoman come together to mend their
mistakes from the past and create an exciting
new future. Original.
Vampire Trouble
Sara HumphreysSOBK
Maya remembers the last moments of her
life as a human with haunting clarity, and
every man she meets pays the price . . .
until Shane. Finding herself in the middle
of a bloody fight between vampires and
werewolves, Maya has no choice but to let
the devastatingly sexy vampire guard get
close to her. And that’s not all that heats up.
The Wickedest Lord Alive
Christina BrookeSTMS
Brooke delivers the third installment in an
incredibly romantic, sexy Regency series that
spins off from the Ministry of Marriage series
and features four sexy alpha heroes who are
out to steal their ladies’ hearts. Original.
Wild Iris Ridge
RaeAnne ThayneHQPB
Since his wife’s passing, fire chief Brendan
Caine has been distracted by his two little
ones—and the memory of an explosive kiss
with Lucy Drake years before his marriage.
Lucy has returned to Hope’s Crossing and
feels seeing Brendan again will be no big
deal. But clearly the embers of their attraction
still smolder. Original.
Vipers Run
A Skulls Creek Novel
Stephanie TylerECSE
The Vipers Motorcycle Club has strict rules
for their brotherhood and the women who
enter it. Now one Viper—former Army
Ranger Christian Cage Owens—is about to
find out how much trouble one woman can
be when he risks everything he cares about
to save her, in this first of a sexy new series.
Star Wars®: Kenobi
John Jackson MillerDELR
The Republic has fallen, and Jedi Master
Obi-Wan Kenobi has lost everything . . .
everything but hope. As tensions escalate on
Tatooine between the farmers and a tribe of
Sand People led by a ruthless war chief, ObiWan is drawn into the fight, endangering the
very mission that brought him to the desert
planet. HC: Lucas Books.
With This Ring
Celeste BradleySTMS
From a New York Times-bestselling author
comes the third and final novel of her trilogy
featuring the Worthingtons—a delightful
tale about the lengths one woman will go to
marry at all costs. Original.
Vicky Peterwald: Target
Mike ShepherdACE
The first title in a brand-new military sci-fi
series—a spin-off featuring Vicky Peterwald,
the longtime adversary of Kris Longknife,
the beloved lead character in Shepherd’s
bestselling series. Original.
Neptune’s Brood
A Space Opera
Charles StrossACE
A Hugo Award winner returns to the farfuture world of Saturn’s Children. Krina
Alzond-114 is a post-human on a voyage to
find her sister. But she’s interrupted after
pirates capture her ship—and their leader
suspects there’s more to Krina’s search than
meets the eye. HC: Ace.
Crow Creek Crossing
Charles G. WestSIG
Wyoming holds the promise of a bright
future for newlyweds Cole and Ann Bonner:
the hopes of building a new life near Crow
Creek Crossing. But their dreams are quickly
cut short after outlaws raid the family
homestead and kill everyone—including
Ann. Cole vows to make them pay in blood.
New Earth
Ben BovaTOR
“A six-time Hugo Award winner and veteran
sf author, Bova (Farside) expands on his
series of novels envisioning the future of the
human race by leaving the solar system for
the unknown territory of deep space. Fans of
hard sf will enjoy this space adventure.”—
Library Journal. HC: Tor.
Rogue Angel™ #49: The Devil’s Chord
Alex ArcherGEAG
During a quarrel on a Venetian bridge, a pair
of art thieves loses a priceless, stolen Lorraine
cross to the canal. Suspecting a connection
between the cross, Joan of Arc and da Vinci,
Annja Creed’s former mentor sends her to
oversee the search for the missing artifact.
But someone else knows about the cross—
enough to kill for it. Original.
Demon’s Pass
A Ralph Compton Novel
Dick VaughnSIG
After a band of Cheyenne slaughters his
parents and abducts his sister, Parker Stanley
teams up with cowboy Clay Springer to bring
the girl home. Original.
The Gunsmith #391: Showdown in
J.R. RobertsJOVE
Clint Adams finds himself in El Legado, New
Mexico, for what he intends to be a laid-back
stopover, but when a respected gambler
ends up with a bullet in his chest, Clint stands
accused of holding the gun that shot him. To
clear his name, the Gunsmith must outrun
the sheriff’s posse and hunt down the culprit.
Star Trek: The Next Generation®: The Light
Jeffrey LangPKBK
Returning to the story begun in the novel
Immortal Coil and continuing in the
bestselling Cold Equations trilogy, this is the
next fascinating chapter in the artificial life
of the android Data, one of Star Trek’s most
enduring characters. Original.
July 2014
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Longarm #428: Longarm and the Death Cave
Tabor EvansJOVE
Hired by a wealthy widow as her personal
bodyguard, Deputy U.S. Marshal Custis Long
turns in his badge and accompanies her to
her ranch. There Longarm discovers seven
murdered men in a mass grave. The widow’s
enemies are attempting to frame her, but
Longarm is on their trail. Original.
The Wild Gun
Jory ShermanBRKP
When ranchers have a problem with horse
thieves or claim jumpers, they send for the
Wild Gun—Cordwainer “Cord” Wild. After
he tracks down a pair of horse thieves and
kills them in self-defense, Cord finds himself
facing down a powerful enemy from his past.
Luke Jensen Bounty Hunter: Bloody Sunday
William W. JohnstonePINA
with J.A. Johnstone
The third explosive novel in the series that
follows the adventures of Smoke Jensen’s
long-lost brother Luke, who was reported
killed during the Civil War. Luke is very much
alive and his job now is tracking down the
worst outlaws—by any means necessary.
Ragged Dick: Or, Street Life in New York with
the Boot Blacks
Horatio Alger, Jr.SIGC
Bryan Waterman, Afterword
Introduction by Michael Meyer
This quintessential rags-to-riches story is
also a classic novel of adventure, romance,
and coming of age in the perilous streets of
19th-century New York City. Features a new
Afterword. Revised reissue.
Ranger’s Trail and Texas Vendetta
Elmer KeltonFRGE
A seven-time Spur Award winner, Kelton was
voted the Greatest Western Writer of All Time
by the Western Writers of America. Now two
of his classic Westerns are presented in this
two-in-one volume. Reissue.
Dead of Night
Gary C. KingPINA
with Sheila Johnson
This compelling real-life thriller tells the
horrifying true story of 19-year-old Brianna
Dennison, who was abducted from a friend’s
house in Reno, Nevada, and then brutally
raped and murdered. Original.
Slocum #425: Slocum and the Redheaded
Jake LoganJOVE
Slocum is transporting secret documents
for the military. When he stops in a Nevada
town, a late night at the saloon leads to an
encounter with a redheaded angel who’s
anything but innocent. Original.
Killers in the Family
Inside a Real Family of Criminals Bound by
Robert L. SnowBRKP
A former Indianapolis police officer and true
crime author (Slaughter on North LaSalle)
chronicles the crimes of the Reese family—
father Paul Sr., mother Barbara, and the
four Reese brothers—that took place over a
26-year span. But the family’s secrets were
darker than anyone could imagine. Available
in a tall Premium Edition. Original.
The Trailsman #393: Six-Gun Inferno
Jon SharpeSIG
In the Nevada desert town of Inferno, salt
and water have become more valuable
than gold. One man has control over these
resources, and the Trailsman aims to make
him pay. Original.
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The Girls of
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A Heartfelt Novel of Friendship and Loss
In bestselling author Siddons’ latest work, four women begin a tradition of renting
a new beach house every August and spending a week developing their far-flung
friendships. But when tragedy strikes the group, the tradition falls to the wayside.
Years later, a new marriage leads them to reunite, coming together once again on
a remote island off the South Carolina coast. There, far from civilization, the women
make startling discoveries that will change them in ways they never expected.
Of all the fifteen summerhouses, the first one was the best.
That’s what we all agreed on, for a while anyway . . . until we
grew wiser, more measured in our joy, more careful with the
doling out of praise. Funny, we rarely agreed unanimously
on anything, but for years there had been no doubt about the
Colleton house. At first glance it had seemed designed—brick,
board, and shingle—for the girls of August.
A silly name for four women who, after a decade and a half of
never missing an August together, were adrift in middle age,
fretting over crow’s-feet, and reaching for skin cream. It had
seemed silly to us even when we were in our twenties, when
one of our husbands—had it been Mac or Oliver? No one
could remember—coined it, the first summer we’d taken a
beach house together, back when our men were still residents
in med school. We were not girls even then. Strictly speaking,
I don’t think some of us ever were.
But it had been August. And somehow, after that first time, it
always was.
Odd how that week—the second week to be exact because
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it gave us time to breathe before school and fall and the holidays—had
cemented itself into our lives.
She was, as her dandelion-frail husband Dave said frequently, every inch
an athlete.
“It’s like Christmas, or goddamned New Year,” Mac had said once, when we
had been invited by his friends the Copleys to spend the first two weeks
in August aboard their yacht, the Spindrift, cruising from Savannah to the
Bahamas and back.
“She could easily tow the boat in her teeth,” Mac groused. But he went
fishing and I went, happily, to the Gulf Coast of Alabama.
“Why the hell can’t y’all just move it forward or back? I’ll never get another
chance to fish for a solid ten days.” He blinked his eyes, a sure sign—I had
come to learn over the years—of his being desperate to have his way.
“We just can’t,” I said, knowing not why, only that we couldn’t. It felt to
each of the girls of August as if the universe would tilt on its axis and no
one would be the same if we adjusted the timing of our yearly gathering.
“That’s just when it is. We’ve already rented the house. Go fishing with the
Copleys, by all means. I’ll bet La Serenissima has a dozen itsy-bitsy teenyweeny bikinis.”
Mac snorted. Serena Copley in a bikini would have been as ludicrous as a
hippo in a wet suit. She was not fat, but at six feet and with shoulders as
wide as a linebacker’s, she packed more muscle than Arnold Schwarzenegger.
In the early days, we always chose a spot along the northern Gulf Coast
because it was within shouting distance of Nashville and Vanderbilt’s med
school, where, as Rachel was fond of saying, we were all stationed, as if life
in med school was akin to military service. Given the long hours residents
kept and the often life-or-death decisions they had to make, her military
allusion bore some merit.
But back to that first trip, taken in haste—almost hysteria—because
the girls had wanted, I suppose, to claim time as fiercely as our men did.
Beautiful Point Clear, Alabama. The house had belonged to Teddy’s first wife,
Cornelia, who would ultimately leave Teddy a few months after he went
into private practice, for a college boyfriend whose family boasted as much
money as her own, taking her wonderful beach house with her.
Let me be clear. We did not mourn Cornelia. I don’t think even Teddy did. She
was a lazy, drawling aristocrat whose sole persona seemed to be heavy-
We all took turns finding the
next August’s beach house, but
we perpetually complained that none
were as House Beautiful–perfect as the
Colletons’. Perhaps our affection for the
place was like a first love. It takes the
long view of history to snuff
out the glow.
lidded amusement at the likes of the rest of us. But for a good long while
we sorely missed her rambling gray-shingled beach house with its endless
airy rooms reminiscent of a Ralph Lauren ad, surrounded by a picket fence
drooling Rosa rugosa and dipping its feet into the warm green sea.
We all took turns finding the next August’s beach house, but we perpetually
complained that none were as House Beautiful–perfect as the Colletons’.
Perhaps our affection for the place was like a first love. It takes the long
view of history to snuff out the glow.
“Old Mobile money, you know,” Teddy had said asininely when he first
introduced his rich golden girl to the rest of the group. I, unfortunately, had
already met her, but that is another story. She officially came into the group
fold, as it were, on Mac’s birthday. I’d cobbled together enough champagne
and crepe paper to throw him a proper party in our cramped apartment that
was within walking distance of the hospital.
“How nice for you,” I’d purred to Teddy. None of us had much money; the guys,
of course, were still residents. The idea of their finding practices to join, or
trying to start their own, was nothing but a distant dream. Only Mac and I
were married then, newlyweds full of blush and blather, though Rachel and
Barbara were very much in the picture. Their weddings to Oliver and Hugh
followed soon after ours.
“Madison, dear, don’t worry. We’ll wait till the fuss about yours dies down,”
Cornelia had said silkily, just after our wedding, a champagne glass sparkling
in her exquisitely manicured, alabaster hand. “I’d hate for Teddy’s and mine
to be upstaged by the memory.”
“Yeah, right,” Rachel had whispered in my ear in her froggy New Jersey voice
as she made her way to the canapés, which I’d made myself, sacrificing
sleep but gaining pride. “You wait,” Rachel growled. “Hers will upstage Di
and Charles’s.”
And in many ways, I thought that it had.
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A Luminous Novel of Love, Regret, and Hope
The celebrated author of The Bird Sisters offers a gorgeously rendered and
emotionally charged sophomore novel. Spanning generations, Evergreen tells the
story of two siblings—raised apart—attempting to share a life. Set against the
backdrop of a beautiful but harsh Minnesota forest, the novel “traces the gifts and
burdens each generation passes on to the next, intentionally or not, and the flinty
beauty that can be found in even the most hardscrabble circumstances” (Christina
Baker Kline, bestselling author of Orphan Train).
How did the story of Evergreen come about?
When I was growing up, pioneer stories and the characters
that populated them—people who broke away from the
civilized world and started new lives in the wilderness—
captivated me. In my favorite stories (O Pioneers!, The Song
of the Lark, even Little House on the Prairie), people had to
band together in order to survive harsh winters, locust storms,
fires. Sometimes they had to fall apart. I am deeply interested
in the ways environment shapes who we are. At the beginning
of Evergreen, Eveline, a young bride, goes into the wilderness
with a sundress and a pair of dancing shoes. She tries to look
pretty for her new husband. She has no idea what the land
will require of her or how it will change her, or if the love she
has for her husband will be enough. She has no idea how
strong she will become.
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This novel and your acclaimed debut, The Bird Sisters, both address
family and the ties that bind us to other people (whether we like it
or not). What appeals to you most about exploring how we connect
to family and do you find inspiration within your own relationships?
Whether we like it or not—I love that! It’s true: families are stuck with each
other from birth to death. We don’t get to choose our mothers or our fathers,
our sisters or brothers, or even our crazy uncle who sits in the armchair
watching cartoons while everyone else eats supper. Family is one of the
very few things in life we don’t have any say about, and yet family is the sun
around which everything orbits. I have always been interested in that orbit:
the way family influences our values, our behavior, our ability to trust and
love. My family provides ample inspiration for my books. I have four brothers.
A mother. A father. A stepmother. A history of dogs. Cats. A trio of goldfish:
Frisky, Herman, and Ollie. We are a crazy bunch. It’s probably good that I’m
the only writer in the family. The only daughter.
How did the experience of writing this novel compare to writing
The Bird Sisters? What were the particular joys and challenges
you encountered?
Since The Bird Sisters was based on my grandmother Kathryn’s experiences
growing up, there was a lot of pressure to get her story right (and by right
I mean emotionally accurate). I wrote the book after her death as a way to
honor her life. Writing Evergreen was an entirely different experience for me.
Working on this story was like working in a room with pure white walls. The
walls were waiting for me to give them color (life!), which was daunting in its
own way. Freeing in another. I loved writing this book, even when the structure
I had chosen wasn’t working and I had to start all over again. I loved writing
this book, even when the characters revolted and started telling me what they
were going to do instead of the other way around. I loved writing this book. It’s
really something to be here in Los Angeles, living next to a highway, and be
able to sit down at my computer every morning and hear the call of a loon or
see the northern lights or catch a fish and put it in a pan to fry.
Family is one of the very few things in
life we don’t have any say about, and yet
family is the sun around which everything orbits.
I have always been interested in that orbit: the
way family influences our values, our
behavior, our ability to trust and love.
The Minnesota setting is beautifully woven into the novel, with
characters living off the land and finding solace in being outdoors.
Like your characters, do you feel a similar draw to nature and
to—in the best sense of the phrase—a simpler way of life?
I have been drawn to nature ever since I was a girl and spent eight wonderful
summers at a rustic camp up in northern Wisconsin. The lake was full of leeches,
the cabins were overrun with wolf spiders, and because nothing would ever dry
there was a pervasive smell of mold. “L’eau de Camp,” my mother used to say.
But it was also a magical place with towering pines and climax forests, frosty
mornings and northern lights, a place where for the first time in my life I felt truly
free. I learned how to build fires and navigate canoes through narrow sloughs. I
learned how to swim and sail and shoot a rifle. I learned what I could do with
my hands. What I could do with my heart. The northwoods is always with me
when I sit down to write. That sense of wonder and freedom, those kumbayas.
Hux was probably my favorite character in Evergreen—he
was just so good-hearted, and seemed to instantly become an
ideal big brother, even though he didn’t grow up with his sister,
Naamah. Do you have a favorite character?
Hux is one of my very favorites, too, especially since his character is based on
my older brother, who is one of the most good-hearted and admirable I know.
His capacity for forgiveness is tremendous. When I was writing Evergreen, I
kept thinking about the limits of a person’s love—were there any?—and I
always came back with the same answer for my brother and for Hux: no. To tell
you the truth, I love all of the main characters in the book. Eveline, Emil, Reddy,
Lulu, Gunther, Hux, Naamah, and little Racina with the scar on her cheek. In
my mind, they all deserve happiness. Light. Love. I know they gave that to me.
The novel spans three generations in four parts, from 1938 to 1972.
Was this your intention as you developed the novel, or did the
format develop as your work progressed?
Evergreen wasn’t always structured this way. In the first draft, there were
only two different parts—Eveline’s and Hux’s—and I ended up feeling like
something important was still missing. The story needed to open up. It needed
to branch out. It needed to give me at least another year of grief. Naamah, the
character who drives much of the action in the novel, didn’t have a voice yet.
Once I gave her one, there was no glass between us anymore. I kept hearing
her calling for her mother. I kept praying she would find a little grace.
What’s next for you?
Right now, I’m working on a novel about a small-town doctor in Wisconsin
and a local fisherman who become implicated in an accident involving a
young girl in the south fork of the Silver Birch River. The novel follows Dr.
Fields and Everett Byrd as they try to navigate the fallout from this event in
a town where people will bring you a cup of sugar if you need it or a gun if
you don’t. It’s exciting to be working on something new, but I miss the troop
from Evergreen, too, and find they still have a lot to say. The Bird Sisters still
pipe up from time to time as well. Maybe one day I’ll have to get them all
together and see what happens!
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The Book of Life
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The Conclusion of a Beloved Trilogy
With more than one million copies sold in the United States and appearing in 38
foreign editions, A Discovery of Witches and Shadow of Night have landed on all of
the major bestseller lists and garnered rave reviews from countless publications.
Eagerly awaited by Harkness’s legion of fans, The Book of Life brings this superbly
written series to a deeply satisfying close.
Without giving away too much, were you prepared to
end the saga of Diana and Matthew with this book, or
did you feel you still had more story to tell than you
could fit into one final book?
I was prepared to end the story of Diana, Matthew, and
Ashmole 782 in The Book of Life. It had always been my
intention to write a story with three parts, and I’m proud that I
did that. But I don’t think you are ever really ready as an author
for the emotional wrench of saying farewell to characters you
have been living with for many years. In this case, there are so
many other characters, and so much history, that there were
many stories I wasn’t able to give full justice, since I was
focused on Diana, Matthew, and their journey.
The trilogy tends to incorporate many social issues
into the storyline. Was this intentional on your part,
or were these issues just a natural progression in the
storyline, given human—or actually non-human—
A little bit of both, actually. When I started writing the trilogy,
marriage equality was very much an issue in California, and it
was almost the 150th anniversary of Darwin’s On the Origins
of Species. At the same time, the story’s natural development
really determined the plot’s direction, not the headlines.
Have you been surprised by the sheer obsession
that some of your fans have with the trilogy, and
…it is a great
privilege to have
readers embrace my
characters so
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how impatient they have been in waiting for The Book of Life to
be published?
Like my residency, teaching a class at Hedgebrook was a wonderful way for
me to rediscover the joy of writing and storytelling.
Yes! My fans are very passionate, very energetic, and very creative. I have a
hard time keeping up with them. Still, it is a great privilege to have readers
embrace my characters so completely.
Are you working on another book? If so, will it revolve around
history and/or the supernatural, as well?
You recently taught a Master Class Retreat at Hedgebrook, where
you wrote a significant portion of The Book of Life. How did that
come about, and can you share with us why this experience
meant so much to you?
Hedgebrook, a wonderful writer’s colony for women in Washington
state, was a magical gift at a challenging moment in the writing process.
Hedgebrook provided me with peace, quiet, a fairy-tale cottage, and a
marvelous community of writers. At Hedgebrook, I was really able to
connect with the story at the heart of The Book of Life as well as my “writer
self” after months of touring and talking about Shadow of Night, the second
book in the All Souls Trilogy. I was invited to spend a few weeks there in the
summer as a resident, and I was delighted to do what I could for Hedgebrook
by volunteering my time to teach a m
. aster class there the following winter.
I’m tempted to say no—but I suppose I should tell the truth! Yes, I am
working on another book. Actually, I’m working on several other stories,
waiting to see which one will take root and flourish. Some are historical,
some are supernatural, and some are both.
What books are currently on your nightstand?
I’m teaching at the moment—a seminar on queens, witches, and courtesans
in early modern Europe—so the books on my nightstand are nonfiction titles:
Carol Karlsen’s masterpiece The Devil in the Shape of a Woman and Lyndal
Roper’s Witch Craze. This summer, when I’m touring, I’ll be on many planes
and able to catch up with recent and forthcoming books I haven’t had a
chance to read. Elizabeth Gilbert’s The Signature of All Things and Katherine
Clements’ The Crimson Ribbon are at the top of my summer reading list.
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9781455529599 | $29.00
large print HC
Grand Central Publishing
The Matchmaker
Elin Hilderbrand
A touching new novel in which a
woman sets out to find love for those
closest to her before it’s too late.
9780316099752 | $28.00 HC
9780316404679 | $30.00
large print HC
9781607885245 | $35.00
Unabridged CD
Little, Brown and Company
The String Diaries
Stephen Lloyd Jones
Jones’ debut is a sweeping thriller that
extends from the present day to Hungary
at the turn of the 19th century, tracing
back to a man from an ancient family
who can insert himself into the intimate
lives of his victims and destroy them.
9780316254465 | $26.00 HC
Mulholland Books