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The Door by Margaret Atwood
Hardcover
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Subject: Poetry
The first collection of poems in more than a decade from the best-selling Margaret Atwood. The Door is Margaret Atwood' s first book of poetry since Morning in the Burned House in 1995. Its fifty lucid yet urgent poems range  [ more ]

  
100 Bullets, Vol. 11 - Once Upon a Crime
by Brian Azzarello
Trade Paperback
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Subject: Graphic Novels
The Eisner Award-winning series 100 Bullets features a mysterious agent named Graves who approaches ordinary citizens and gives them an opportunity to exact revenge on a person who has wronged them. Offering his clients an attache case containing proof of  [ more ]

  
How to Talk about Books You Haven't Read
by Pierre Bayard
Hardcover
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The runaway French bestseller hailed by the "New York Times" as "a survivors guide to life in the chattering classes." If civilized people are expected to have read all important works of literature, and thousands more books are published every  [ more ]

  
A Long Way Gone - Memoirs of a Boy Soldier
by Ishmael Beah
Hardcover
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This is how wars are fought now: by children, hopped-up on drugs and wielding AK-47s. Children have become soldiers of choice. In the more than fifty conflicts going on worldwide, it is estimated that there are some 300,000 child soldiers.  [ more ]

  
Toussaint Louverture - A Biography
by Madison Smartt Bell
Hardcover
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In 1791, Saint Domingue was both the richest and cruelest colony in the Western Hemisphere; more than a third of African slaves died within a few years of their arrival there. Thirteen years later, Haitian rebels declared independence from France  [ more ]

  
Zugzwang by Ronan Bennett
Hardcover
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Ronan Bennett?s new masterpiece of literary suspense unfolds in a city on the verge of revolution. On a blustery April day, a respected St. Petersburg newspaper editor is murdered in front of a shocked crowd. Five days later, Dr. Otto  [ more ]

  
Collusion
International Espionage and the War on Terror
by Carlo Bonini
Hardcover
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In a Woodward and Bernstein-style expos, Italian reporters Bonini and DAvanzo broke a political story that, at first, seemed harmless but eventually resulted in an all-out manipulation of the war on terror.  [ more ]

  
The Cigarette Century
The Rise, Fall, and Deadly Persistance of the Product That Defined America
by Allan M. Brandt
Hardcover
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The invention of mass marketing led to cigarettes being emblazoned in advertising and film, deeply tied to modern notions of glamour and sex appeal. It is hard to find a photo of Humphrey Bogart or Lauren Bacall without a cigarette.  [ more ]

  
A Child is Born by Margaret Wise Brown
Large Hardcover
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From the author of Goodnight Moon comes a lyrical celebration of the miracle of Christmas. Margaret Wise Brown's joyful retelling of that beloved story is published here for the first time. Luminous paintings by award winning illustrator Floyd Cooper glimmer  [ more ]

  
Ragamuffin by Tobias S. Buckell
Hardcover
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The Benevolent Satrapy rule an empire of forty-eight worlds, linked by thousands of wormholes strung throughout the galaxy. Human beings, while technically ?free,? mostly skulk around the fringes of the Satrapy, struggling to get by. The secretive alien Satraps tightly  [ more ]


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