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Tour Tempo

Tour Tempo

What swing secret is shared by nearly all golf greats – from Ben Hogan to Tiger Woods?John Novosel’s revolutionary breakthrough has cracked the “genetic code” of the golf swing – Tour Tempo.Tiger...

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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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Disappointment River

Disappointment River

In 1789, Alexander Mackenzie traveled 1200 miles on the immense river in Canada that now bears his name, in search of the fabled Northwest Passage that had eluded mariners for hundreds...

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Cagney by Cagney

Cagney by Cagney

This book is for the true fan of James Cagney. Mr. Cagney tells his story as no one can.

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Raven's Bride

Raven's Bride

In 1829, Sam Houston was the thirty-six-year-old governor of Tennessee, a “beautiful…imperious giant genius of a man,” whose political horizons seemed limitless. The marriage of this...

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Sociable

Sociable

“Extremely funny.” --Bethanne Patrick, The Washington Post An exuberant comedy of manners set in the world of digital media, Sociable is a deliciously...

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A Horse of Your Own

A Horse of Your Own

A bestseller for 25 years, now updated for the 1990s, this perennial classic is packed with photographs and sound, practical advice on every aspect of horses, horse care, and horsemanship.B...

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Bad Man

Bad Man

Reddit horror sensation Dathan Auerbach delivers a devilishly dark novel about a young boy who goes missing, and the brother who won't stop looking for him.Eric disappeared when he was three...

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Calico Joe

Calico Joe

A surprising and moving novel of fathers and sons, forgiveness and redemption, set in the world of Major League Baseball…  Whatever happened to Calico Joe?     ...

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A Painted House

A Painted House

The hill people and the Mexicans arrived on the same day. It was a Wednesday, early in September 1952. The Cardinals were five games behind the Dodgers with three weeks to go, and the season looked hopeless....

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The Lives and Times of Archy and Mehitabel

The Lives and Times of Archy and Mehitabel

Of all the literary genres, humor has the shortest shelf life—except for Archy and Mehitabel, that is. First published in 1916, it is a classic of American...

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Reflections on the Civil War

Reflections on the Civil War

Edited from tapes that the Pulitzer prize-winnng historian made before his death, this moving, informative book paints an intimate portrait of war. It's a chronicle...

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Falling in Love with Natassia

Falling in Love with Natassia

Mary and Ross were in Rome on a junior-year-abroad program when they had their baby, Natassia, who was conceived on a dare: “Do it with no birth control,” another couple had challenged....

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From Conception to Birth

From Conception to Birth

The splendor and beauty of a child’s growth and development in the womb--seen through unforgettable images made possible by revolutionary advances in visualization technologyWhat’s...

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This Body's Not Big Enough for Both of Us

This Body's Not Big Enough for Both of Us

"Cantero has written the funniest private investigator this side of Peter Sellers. How can you not love the warring siblings, opposites in a single body, as they outwit everyone they meet? You will. You will love them."--Josh...

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The Color of A Dog Running Away

The Color of A Dog Running Away

When I opened the door of the flat there was a picture postcard lying in the hallway. It showed a reproduction of a painting by Joan Miró. I turned the card over. Neatly written, in green ink, was...

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The Jewish Mothers' Hall of Fame

The Jewish Mothers' Hall of Fame

Bernstein interviewed 25 mothers of Jewish people, including Clara Sussman, mother of Rosalyn Yalow, a Nobel Medalist in medicine. Like other mothers in the book,...

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Origin

Origin

The #1 New York Times Bestseller (October 2017) from the author of The Da Vinci Code.  Bilbao, Spain   Robert Langdon,...

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A Mind that Found Itself

A Mind that Found Itself

In the groundbreaking book, Clifford Beers tells what it was like to be institutionalized at a time when mental illness received little attention or respect. A Mind that Found...

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A Unit of Water, a Unit of Time

A Unit of Water, a Unit of Time

In a time when racing boats are mass-produced from synthetic materials, a dying breed of craftsman continues to build wooden sailboats of astonishing beauty. Boatbuilding is an ancient...

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The Night Circus

The Night Circus

The circus arrives without warning. No announcements precede it. It is simply there, when yesterday it was not. Within the black-and-white striped canvas tents is an utterly unique experience full...

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The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time

The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time

Christopher John Francis Boone knows all the countries of the world and their capitals and every prime number up to 7,057. He relates well to animals but has no understanding of human emotions....

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Brotherhood of the Tomb

Brotherhood of the Tomb

This fourth thriller (after The Ninth Buddha) by a pseudonymous British author confirms his rising reputation as a literary writer of well-researched espionage tales. ...

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