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The Annotated Mansfield Park

The Annotated Mansfield Park

From the editor of the popular Annotated Pride and Prejudice comes an annotated edition of Jane Austen’s Mansfield Park that makes her story of an impoverished girl living with her wealthy relatives an even more...

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Black Hole Blues and Other Songs from Outer Space

Black Hole Blues and Other Songs from Outer Space

With A New PrefaceThe authoritative story of the headline-making discovery of gravitational waves—by an eminent theoretical astrophysicist and award-winning writer.In...

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Eating Well for Optimum Health

Eating Well for Optimum Health

At last, a book about eating (and eating well) for health -- from Dr. Andrew Weil, the brilliantly innovative and greatly respected doctor who has been instrumental in transforming the way Americans think about health. Now...

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Enchanted Islands

Enchanted Islands

Born to immigrant parents in Minnesota just before the turn of the century, Frances Frankowski grew up coveting the life of her best friend, Rosalie Mendel. And yet, decades...

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The Handmaid's Tale (Movie Tie-in)

The Handmaid's Tale (Movie Tie-in)

The seminal work of speculative fiction from the Booker Prize-winning author, soon to be a Hulu series starring Elizabeth Moss, Samira Wiley, and Joseph Fiennes.Offred...

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The Risen

The Risen

 It is one of the most storied uprisings of classical times. Spartacus, the visionary captive and gladiator, used his toughness and charisma turn a prison...

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Feral

Feral

From James DeMonaco, the writer/director of The Purge film franchise, comes the provocative and terrifying last stand of a lone outpost of women in the wake of a deadly pandemic....

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The Translation of Love

The Translation of Love

Against the backdrop of occupied Tokyo, a young girl searches for her missing older sister, who has disappeared into the world of bars and dance halls. In the process, her story...

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The Sorrow of War

The Sorrow of War

During the Vietnam War Bao Ninh served with the Glorious 27th Youth Brigade. Of the five hundred men who went to war with the brigade in 1969, he is one of only ten who survived. The...

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The Legends Club

The Legends Club

On March 18, 1980, the Duke basketball program announced the hiring of Mike Krzyzewski, the man who would restore glory to the team. The only problem: no one knew who Krzyzewski...

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The Bertie Project

The Bertie Project

Our beloved cast of characters are back, as are the joys and trials of life at 44 Scotland Street in this latest installment of Alexander McCall Smith’s delightfully charming...

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Flight of Dreams

Flight of Dreams

From a dazzling new voice in historical fiction, Flight of Dreams is a suspenseful, heart-wrenching novel that brings the fateful voyage of the Hindenburg to...

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My History

My History

Lady Antonia Fraser—novelist, historian, daughter of progressive aristocrats, and Dame of the British Empire—first fell in love with history in 1936 at the age of five, when she received...

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Bad News

Bad News

In 2009, Anjan Sundaram began a journalist's training program in Kigali, the capital of Rwanda. Often held up as a beacon of progress and modernity in Central Africa, the regime...

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American Housewife

American Housewife

Meet the women of American Housewife. They wear lipstick, pearls, and sunscreen, even when it’s cloudy. They casserole. They pinwheel. And then they kill a...

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This Old Man

This Old Man

Roger Angell, the acclaimed New Yorker writer and editor, steps up with a selection of writings that celebrate a view from the tenth decade of an engaged,...

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The Apartment

The Apartment

From Blumhouse Books, a haunting thriller about a troubled married couple whose vacation to Paris leads them into a nightmare. “An impressively compelling chiller…...

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Beatlebone

Beatlebone

A 2015 New York Times Notable Book   Winner of the Goldsmiths Prize   It is 1978, and John Lennon has escaped New York...

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Public Library and Other Stories

Public Library and Other Stories

Why are books so very powerful? What do the books we’ve read over our lives—our own personal libraries—make of us? What does the unraveling of our tradition of...

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Nine Essential Things I've Learned About Life

Nine Essential Things I've Learned About Life

In this compassionate and deeply personal work, Rabbi Harold S. Kushner distills his experiences as a twenty-first-century rabbi into nine essential takeaways. Offering...

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The O. Henry Prize Stories 2016

The O. Henry Prize Stories 2016

The O. Henry Prize Stories 2016 gathers twenty of the best short stories of the year, selected from thousands published in literary magazines. The winning stories range in setting from Japan at the outset of World War II to a remote cabin in the woods of Wyoming, and the characters...

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The Foxfire Book of Simple Living

The Foxfire Book of Simple Living

First published in 1972, The Foxfire Book was a surprise bestseller that brought Appalachia's philosophy of simple living to hundreds of thousands of readers. Whether you wanted...

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The Novel Habits of Happiness

The Novel Habits of Happiness

Isabel Dalhousie, the insatiably curious Edinburgh sleuth and philosopher, takes on a case unlike any she’s had before: a six-year-old boy has been experiencing vivid recollections...

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The Heart Goes Last

The Heart Goes Last

One of the Best Books of the Year: The Boston GlobeStan and Charmaine, a young urban couple, have been hit by job loss and bankruptcy in the midst of a nationwide...

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