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Shaking the Gates of Hell: A Search for Family and Truth in the Wake of the Civil Rights Revolution John Archibald

SHAKING THE GATES OF HELL is Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist John Archibald's examination of a...

Out of Many, One: Portraits of America's Immigrants George W. Bush

OUT OF MANY, ONE is a collection of forty-three painted portraits of immigrants from thirty-five different countries and the stories of how they are all striving for the American Dream. Some of these immigrants include a North Korean defector fighting for justice, a CEO in Dallas who came into Texas from Mexico when he...

Surviving Savannah Patti Callahan

SPECIAL BONUS #1: EVERY SIGNED FIRST EDITION COMES WITH AN ENTRY TO WIN A VERY VALUABLE COIN SALVAGED FROM THE BOTTOM OF THE ATLANTIC AFTER ALMOST 200 YEARS (DESCRIBED IN THE VIDEO BELOW).
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Once Upon a Wardrobe Patti Callahan

ONCE UPON A WARDROBE has been given the honor of being the first title published by Harper Muse, an exciting new imprint of Harpercollins, one of the world's largest publishing houses. The powerful story features a brilliant scientist who always searches out the facts except: when it comes to her younger brother who...

Bring Your Baggage and Don't Pack Light Helen Ellis

BRING YOUR BAGGAGE AND DON'T PACK LIGHT is a delicious smorgasbord of humorous and moving essays running the gamut from sex, psychics and garage sales to cancer, menopause and plastic surgery. Imagine being at the best cocktail party of your life and able to hear each word of every conversation, be they raw with...

The Annotated American Gods Neil Gaiman

THE ANNOTATED AMERICAN GODS features Neil Gaiman's preferred text for one of his most beloved novels, American Gods, alongside the analysis and explanations of Leslie S. Klinger, which add wonderful depth and perspective to the story of Shadow Moon and the eccentric living gods he encounters along his journey...

The Anthropocene Reviewed John Green

THE ANTHROPOCENE REVIEWED is a collection of essays inspired by John Green's beloved podcast of the...

Mother May I Joshilyn Jackson

MOTHER MAY I is a masterful suspense thriller that will capture every reader from the first words. It is impossible not to be one with the storyline of a kidnapped baby in harm's way. We rate this one five "WOWS" and five "WHEWS".

THIS COPY will be signed by Joshilyn Jackson on the title page at...

The Unreasonable Virtue of Fly Fishing Mark Kurlansky

THE UNREASONABLE VIRTUE OF FLY FISHING is a must have for every addict of "the least efficient way to catch a fish". This treasure examines every aspect of the sport from crafting flies to casting and includes little known facts of its history. Mark Kurlansky has taken his paraphernalia to the streams and rivers of...

Broken (In the Best Possible Way) Jenny Lawson

BROKEN (IN THE BEST POSSIBLE WAY) is Jenny Lawson's best work ever. In addition to sharing details of experimental treatment for depression, readers will discover a great pitch for Shark Tank, all anyone ever wanted to know about dog penises and naughty secrets to embroidery. The drop-dead outrageous humor is...