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- Bitingduck Press 2001; US$ 2.99
Agnes Among the Gargoyles commences at the dedication of an office tower constructed atop Grand Central Station. The building, the work of billionaire real estate baron Ronald Wegeman, sticks out of the venerable Beaux-Arts railroad terminal "like a thirty-story middle finger." When a plan to assassinate Wegeman goes awry, Agnes Travertine finds herself... more...
- Bitingduck Press 2008; US$ 2.99
Armed Love , first published in 1971, is a description of the author's experience in America?s communes. Katz documents the people, the sex, the drugs, and the various organizations of communal lifestyles from New York City to San Francisco. The best portrayal of contemporary youth in the United States. ? New Haven Register Elia Katz?can really... more...
- Bitingduck Press 1999; US$ 7.50
When is a story about a basketball player not even about basketball? When the basketball player spends a couple hundred pages trying to convince you that it is. A nameless man boards a plane in Los Angeles, headed for London. A ballplayer. Or at least until recently. Injuries have compelled the worst team in professional basketball to cut him from... more...
- Bitingduck Press 2001; US$ 2.99
England, 1264: as Simon de Montfort and his fellow Barons challenge Henry III?s arrogant conviction of the divine right of kings to rule, the country moves inexorably towards civil war. In the little town of Lewes in Sussex, Judith, daughter of Belaset, seeks revenge for the massacre of her family and other Jews by de Montfort. As a trusted messenger... more...
- Bitingduck Press 2001; US$ 8.95
Ewan Chisholm, despised drunk albeit gifted Egyptologist, is ordered by his curator at the Aspenwall Museum to fetch Sir William Garfield Tate?s papers from his widow. Chisholm stumbles on an envelope containing snapshots of a horde of pharaonic jewelry never seen before. When the Aspenwall governors learn about the jewel hoard they decide to send... more...
- Bitingduck Press 2014; US$ 9.99
A youthful vagrant, Billy Tabbs has been living on the streets for as long as he can remember, scratching out a pitiable existence in a city that doesn't much care if he lives or dies. Amid rumors that his kind are disappearing from the alleyways and the overpasses, Billy is recruited into a bizarre homeless sect living in the underbelly of high... more...
- Bitingduck Press 1999; US$ 2.99
As Captain L. J. Bohanin heads for California to enjoy his retirement from the 10th Cavalry he becomes immersed in a mystery involving a beautiful and complex school teacher in Springfield, Colorado. Bohanin, a romantic at heart, decides to champion the woman's cause only to find that the deeper he becomes involved, the more complex and dangerous are... more...
- Bitingduck Press 1998; US$ 7.50
The Boy Who Said No is first and foremost a story of people and their travails, the world in which they live, the colors and the sights?a story of mystical and mythical India. The reader will encounter the baked hardness of the dry summer, the lovely, soft greenness of the monsoon, the menacing river in a raging storm that brings out the hero and the... more...
- Bitingduck Press 2008; US$ 5.95
It is 1750 and Daniel, the 10-year-old foundling living with Dick Bates is worried. Dick is the owner of the Peacock Alehouse in White Cross Street, Islington. It?s a thriving alehouse and Daniel is very happy there, looking after the horses and sleeping in the stables. There has already been a minor fire, which Daniel escaped from and took the horses... more...
- Bitingduck Press 1995; US$ 2.99
Jose Louzeiro's blunt rendering--a legacy of his years as a journalist--brings to the foreground the repetitive nature of Dito's life and obsessions. Louzeiro's rigorous focus on Dito's point of view alone makes the reader trace the decision-making process that gradually leads to Dito's criminalization. Sympathy for Dito is not... more...