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The former VA secretary describes his fight to save veteran health care from partisan politics and how his efforts were ultimately derailed by a small group of unelected officials appointed by the Trump White House.Known in health care circles for his ability to turn around ailing hospitals, Dr. David Shulkin was originally brought into government by President Obama to save the beleaguered Dep... read more
A scientist from Earth at heart, Rod Gallowglass has come to terms with the “magic” of Gramarye, and is just beginning to understand his own powers.But when his family accidentally goes through a portal to what appears to be an alternate universe, he must follow them into a world where magic really does seem to work and where the laws of the universe seem to have been rewritten.Bringing his re... read more
Matt Mandrell, unsuspecting graduate student, never imagined his research would lead him to a strange scrap of parchment that would change his life forever. . . .Crossing the void of time and space, Matt is whisked away to an enchanted world where speaking in rhymes works the most dazzling magic. There he wins not only fame and power as the Lord High Wizard, but the heart of the beautiful Quee... read more
Finalist for ITW's 2008 Thriller Award in Best Paperback Original. FBI profiler Ulysses Grove is sure he's this close to trapping a serial killer . . . but the killer is planning a gruesome surprise that will come far too close to home. . . The Image Of Murder The Mississippi Ripper likes to work in pairs--of victims. For every dead body laid to waste, a second one faces it, a grotesque mirror... read more
Fear Never Dies. Deep in the Alaskan wilderness, a mummified body is discovered in the ice, the victim of a bizarre ritualistic killing that happened nearly six thousand years ago. For journalist Maura County, this story is her ticket to the big time--if she can get the help of the FBI's top criminal profiler. Special Agent Ulysses Grove is the best of the best--a born manhunter. He's also a m... read more
Robert Hellenga, bestselling author of The Sixteen Pleasures, once again reveals his profound understanding of the strength and resilience of the human spirit in a compelling and masterful novel. Alan Woodhull ("Woody"), a classics professor at a small Midwestern college, finds himself convinced that life has taught him all the lessons he has to learn: After the tragic death of his beloved old... read more
Feeling restless after the death of his wife, Rudy Harrington, a father of three grown daughters, leaves his Chicago home to start his life over at an avocado grove in Texas, where he takes up philosophy, presides over his daughter's Hindu wedding, and falls for his son-in-law's mother. 30,000 first printing.
xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" /> As the turbulent 60's began to fade into the calmer 70's, a coterie of young singers, songwriters, musicians, artists, and poets began to congregate, musically on the stage of The New Bijou Theater - the xml:namespace prefix = st1 ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:smarttags" />Springfield, Missouri nightclub that w... read more
Ailbe spent her life alone trying to survive on the blue mountains. Once she is accepted into Nightshade Academy for Dark Magic, she thinks her problems are over. However, life at a dark arts school is no fairy tale. Danger and death are everywhere and Ailbe must fight to make it through school alive.
I Remember Me weaves an American tapestry of colorful tales, beginning with the timid musings of a young boy on the verge of becoming a man in the Jewish section of New York's Bronx neighborhood, and bringing us up to date with the mature insight of a man whose remarkable trajectory has sent him to the top of Hollywood's elite and sparked the careers of dozens of household-name entertainers. A... read more
MY HUSBAND, MY FRIENDTHE REAL STEVE McQUEEN - FROM ABANDONED CHILD TO GLITTERINGSUPERSTAR TO HAUNTED MAN....Now his wife of 15 and a half years, Neile, who rodethe dazzling Hollywood roller coaster with him, revealsA Steve McQueen no one knew his good side,his crazy side, his dark side....
In secret worlds connected to our own there are ageless creatures that know each of us intimately well. Tasked only to observe and instructed never to interfere, they monitor us from afar throughout our lives. I have one. You have one. And on a curious quest through the unknown, eleven-year-old Collin meets his. Its name is Rorlitzer Screw. In her debut book The Many Worlds of Rorlitzer Screw,... read more
The Chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee discusses Guatemala, the Philippines, Nicaragua, South Africa, and the role of Congress in the U.S. foreign policy
Communism, Capitalist, French, Japan, The U.S., Soviet Union, China, North and South Vietnam, who is good guy; who is bad guy? Read "THE ROAD TO FREEDOM" by Mr. Vo to understand the fate of the children, who were born and grew up in a miserable country during wartime, young men who dared to live their ideal in the civil disorder , and realize the meaning of that most priceless word: FREEDOM. A... read more
Strike fast, strike hard―whether it’s scoring a homerun or front-page news, Diane K. Shah, former sports columnist, knows how to grab the best story.In her memoir A Farewell to Arms, Legs, and Jockstraps, follow Diane’s escapades, from interviews with a tipsy Mickey Mantle, to sneaking into off-limits Republican galas, dining with Frank Sinatra, flying a plane with Dennis Quaid, and countless ... read more
Ogham, is an old disfigured Celtic druid who lives in a timeless, magical realm. Along with possessing significant power over nature, he has the ability to travel from his realm to our earthly realm. The year is 1649. Famine and plague is rife and Oliver Cromwell`s brutalist regime is taking control of the country. High up on the Wicklow mountains, Mactire, (a play on the Gaelic words, Mac Tir... read more
Through evolution, sexual revolution can occur. Smooth incremental change is valuable. Humans are ever evolving. Stagnation is disastrous. There are things we accept—as members of contemporary society—that we do not need to accept. There are locked doors to sexual fulfillment that need to be unlocked. What if the key to ecstasy and transcendence is more obtainable than you think? In Seven Gold... read more
Emma Environmentalist is about a girl named Emma who loves nature and wants to help the earth. Her parents have taught her many things about taking care of our planet, and she is figuring out her own path in this book. By following her heart, she inspires others to make changes in their own lives.
Despite living amongst luxuries only the son of eccentrically rich socialites could have, Scott Benson is miserable and alone. With limited connection to his parents and even less to his classmates, all Scott can do with his life is narrate someone else?s. Sitting alone in the cafeteria, he meets Tristan, a charismatic stranger with an insatiable desire for excitement. Within one week, Scott i... read more
This is the 2005 version of the book. It still exists here and elsewhere as The Little Universe. "...quite an inventive story.""...before you know it, you can't put the book down.""...one of those rare books, light enough on the surface to be a fun summer read, but deep enough to keep you thinking about it long after you've turned the last page.""I can honestly say I didn't want it to end."Wha... read more
It is another beautiful day in Patagonia as a colony of penguins snuggles on the iceberg they call home. Little Milo is nestled next to his mother, Winter, while his father, Tux, is out hunting for food. But when a big crack in the iceberg suddenly separates Milo and his mother from Tux and all the food, it seems that all hope is lost when the current begins to carry the icebergs even further ... read more
Offering a rare look at the musical life of Russia Abroad as it unfolded in New York City, Natalie K. Zelensky examines the popular music culture of the post-Bolshevik Russian emigration and the impact made by this group on American culture and politics. Performing Tsarist Russia in New York begins with a rich account of the musical evenings that took place in the Russian émigré enclave of Har... read more
An introduction to the myths and realities of the history of Victorian Britain, with accompanying primary sources.• Corrects nine myths about the Victorian era, with explanations of why these myths began• Includes over 50 primary documents from a wide variety of genres• Covers all classes of Victorian life, featuring the voices of women, children, the poor, and racial minorities• Offers a nont... read more
Jennifer Craig-Norton sets out to challenge celebratory narratives of the Kindertransport that have dominated popular memory as well as literature on the subject. According to these accounts, the Kindertransport was a straightforward act of rescue and salvation, with little room for a deeper, more complex analysis. This volume reveals that in fact many children experienced difficulties with se... read more
In Women of the Midan, Sherine Hafez demonstrates how women were a central part of revolutionary process of the Arab Spring. Women not only protested in the streets of Cairo, they demanded democracy, social justice, and renegotiation of a variety of sociocultural structures that repressed and disciplined them. Women's resistance to state control, Islamism, neoliberal market changes, the milita... read more
Simple Italian Cooking My Way is a collection of recipes from the streets of Brooklyn.
The town of Lynchburg was not as it seemed. The small municipality of roughly 20,000 people had its share of conflict between the haves and the have-nots, the whites and the blacks, the rural and big city interests. A common thread that united everybody, both for the good and the bad, was the Reverend Irvin Daniel, Jr. Reverend Daniel was the son of Reverend Irvin Daniel, Sr., who had previous... read more
"Patton and the Mountain Man" is fiction, make no mistake about it, but it is fiction based on fact. My curiosity had for years been peaked by the unusual circumstances surrounding the General's strange demise, the undecently rapid burial, the absence of investigative reports, accident reports. No autopsy, and the undue haste to bury the body in Europe and cover up all details.When Senator (Ba... read more
If a juice-based diet is so healthy, why don't more people do it? They may think they cannot go without food-or they're afraid to even try. You can overcome that fear, rejuvenate your body, and rid it of toxins with the tools and strategies offered in this guide to juice fasting. A guide that provides twenty-one juice recipes to quench your foodie's thirst and heal your body. Get the answers t... read more
Freddie's Magical Adventure is a story about a magical day at the seashore. Freddie daydreams about swimming with dolphins and his ocean friends help his wish come true.
Do you dream of meeting your handsome prince, a man who will be your lover, friend, soul mate, and partner in crime? Are you looking for a man who will hold your hand through life's journey, someone to laugh, cry, create success, and have fun with? Why is your Prince Charming so hard to find? InStop Kissing Toads, author Elizabeth Roebuck-Jones empowers women to know and love themselves so the... read more
I have compiled these recipes to form a complete cookbook as every family, whether small or large, needs an accurate and functional cookbook to provide balanced and nutritional meals. A good cookbook gives detailed instructions to help anyone produce quality meals. An assortment of really substantial recipes is the most important contribution to any satisfying kitchen. Your family should alway... read more
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