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- HarperCollins 2015; US$ 7.99
Lord Philippe Lavay once took to the high seas armed with charm as lethal as his sword, and a stone-cold conviction: he'll restore his family's fortune and honor, no matter the cost. Victory is at last within reach?when a brutal attack snatches it from his grasp and lands him in Pennyroyal Green. An afternoon of bliss brings a cascade of consequences... more...
- Little, Brown Book Group 2015; US$ 20.88
Two brothers bound by more than blood fight to change a brutal destiny in the heart-wrenching new novel of the Black Dagger Brotherhood by Sunday Times bestselling author J. R. Ward. Trez "Latimer" doesn't really exist. And not just because the identity was created so that a Shadow could function in the underbelly of the human world.... more...
- Random House Publishing Group 2004; US$ 7.99
There are few authors who can weave nail-biting thrills, edge-of-your-seat drama, and romantic suspense as masterfully as Julie Garwood. Now she ratchets up the tension with Murder List , in which evil is on the hunt? and proves to be methodically organized and chillingly successful. When Chicago detective Alec Buchanan is offered a prime position... more...
- Chronicle Books LLC 2014; US$ 13.99
From Playboy 's classic archives comes a trilogy of mini volumes, each devoted to a certain hair color destined to quicken a man's pulse. Blonde? Brunette? Redhead? In the fifties, sixties, and seventies, it seemed like all the Playboy models, not just blondes, had more fun. Building sandcastles in the buff, romping on tiger skin rugs, or starting... more...
- SAGE Publications 2011; US$ 64.00
As well as new cutting-edge content and features, the Third Edition continues to offer gapless coverage of the essential topics of organizational behaviour; a realist's guide to management capturing the complex life of organizations (the paradoxical, emotional, insecure, self-confident, responsible, irresponsible) and delivers the key themes and... more...
- Harlequin 2015; US$ 12.99
Ember Hill left the dragon organization Talon to take her chances with rebel dragon Cobalt and his crew of rogues. But Ember can't forget the sacrifice made for her by the human boy who could have killed her—Garret Xavier Sebastian, a soldier of the dragonslaying Order of St. George, the boy who saved her from a Talon assassin, knowing that by doing... more...
- Little, Brown and Company 2005; US$ 9.99
The bestselling memoir that's "irresistible....A kind of Bridget Jones meets The French Chef " ( Philadelphia Inquirer ) is now a major motion picture. Audiobook read by the author and value-priced! Directed by Nora Ephron, starring Amy Adams as Julie and Meryl Streep as Julia, the film Julie & Julia will be released by Sony Pictures on April... more...
- Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group 2007; US$ 12.95
The debut novel from the PEN/Faulkner Award Winning Author of The Buddha in the Attic On a sunny day in Berkeley, California, in 1942, a woman sees a sign in a post office window, returns to her home, and matter-of-factly begins to pack her family's possessions. Like thousands of other Japanese Americans they have been reclassified, virtually... more...
- Harlequin 2010; US$ 9.00
The Ghost in the Computer Ten years ago, on my sixth birthday my father disappeared. No, he didn't leave. Leaving would imply suitcases and empty drawers, and late birthday cards with ten-dollar bills stuffed inside. Leaving would imply he was unhappy with Mom and me, or that he found a new love elsewhere. None of that was true. He also did not... more...
- Palgrave Macmillan 2009; US$ 29.00
In the context of nineteenth-century Victorinoir and close readings of original-cycle film noir, Julie Grossman argues that the presence of the 'femme fatale' figure, as she is understood in film criticism and popular culture, is drastically over-emphasized and has helped to sustain cultural obsessions with 'bad' women. more...