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The Mouse That Roared (The Mouse That Roared, #1)
The tiny Duchy of Grand Fenwick decides the only way to survive an economic downturn is to declare war on the United States and lose to get foreign aid - but things don't go according to plan.

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Take a lighthearted, nostalgic trip to a simpler time, seen through the eyes of a very special boy named Tom Sawyer. It is a dreamlike summertime world of hooky and adventu…
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The Population Bomb
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Book annotation not available for this title.Title The Population BombAuthor Ehrlich, Paul R.Publisher Buccaneer BooksPublication Date 19951201Number of Pages 201Binding Type HARDCOVERLibrary of Congr…
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For centuries, Dalemark has been a land divided by the warring earldoms of the North and South. Now, with the help of the Undying, the mysterious gods of Dalemark, four extraordinary young people -- f…
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The award winning slapstick gorefest is back! After being thrown out of Hollywood, Nathan T. Rex secures new (possibly Nazi) independent financing for his next exploitation masterpiece, Sister Bambi! …
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Edward Bellamy's classic look at the future has been translated into over twenty languages and is the most widely read novel of its time. A young Boston gentleman is mysteriously transported from the …
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The Fantastic Voyage of Lady Rozenbilt Vol. 1: The Baxendale Cruise
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FBP: Federal Bureau Of Physics, Vol. 2: Wish You Were Here
The mind-bending science fiction series FBP returns to the strange phenomena all over the world-and beyond.

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Smooth Criminals Vol. 1
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The Saint Maker (Father Bredder Mysteries #1)
When Father Bredder gets involved with murder--Heaven only knows what will happen next...

In the first book in the series, Father Bredder makes a most ungodly discovery--a woman's decapitated head has …
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Smooth Criminals Vol. 2
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When a bit of hacking goes wrong, geeky Brenda accidentally unfreezes Mia, a master cat burglar from the 1960s. The game is afoot, and if they can figure out how to put aside their differences and wor…
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The Littles is a timeless favorite that's been enjoyed for decades. Ready to grab the attention of a new generation, fresh cover art brings an updated look to this classic series.

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Leonard: My Fifty-Year Friendship with a Remarkable Man
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The End of Nature
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The Right Hand of Dextra
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To the purple born, the key to life on Earth is the DNA helix, which determines all the characteristics of every living thing. The helix, a series of molecules within the life cell, is a spiral - with…
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The Aosawa Murders
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The novel starts in the 1960s when 17 people die of cyanide poisoning at a party given by the owners of a prominent clinic in a town on the coast of the Sea of Japan. The only surviving links to what …
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MASH: A Novel About Three Army Doctors (M*A*S*H, #1)
Before the movie, this is the novel that gave life to Hawkeye Pierce, Trapper John, Hot Lips Houlihan, Frank Burns, Radar O'Reilly, and the rest of the gang that made the 4077th MASH like no other pla…
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The First World War: An Illustrated History
A. J. P. Taylor was one of the most acclaimed and uncompromising historians of the twentieth century. In this clear, lively and now-classic account of the First World War, he tells the story of the co…
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A brief yet definitive new biography of one of film's greatest legends: perfect for readers who want to know more about the iconic star but who don't want to commit to a lengthy work.

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The Passing of the Aborigines: A Lifetime Spent Among the Natives of Australia
Bates devoted more than 35 years of her life to studying Aboriginal life, history, culture, rites, beliefs and customs. Living in a tent in small settlements from Western Australia to the edges of the…
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The Necessity of Art: A Marxist Approach (Peregrine)
The Austrian poet and critic supports the idea of the universal necessity of art by exploring the history of literary and fine arts from a Marxist point of view.
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Murray Whelan thinks the everyday life of a political advisor is complicated enough: but now there are intimations of intrigue among the party powerful and his ex-wife is mounting a custody battle ove…
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The Subterraneans
3.69 avg. rating
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Jack Kerouac, one of the great voices of the Beat generation and author of the classic On the Road, here continues his peregrinations in postwar, underground San Francisco. "The subterraneans" come al…
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Back from the Brink: How Australia's Landscape Can Be Saved
Peter Andrews is a racehorse breeder and farmer credited with remarkable success in converting degraded, salt-ravaged properties into fertile, drought-resistant pastures. His methods are so at odds wi…
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Mercator: The Man Who Mapped the Planet
“Crane’s book is quite probably destined to become the standard text.”—Simon Winchester, The New York Times

Gerhard Mercator lived in an era of formidable intellectual and scientific advances. At the c…
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