Sea Monsters And Other Delicacies: An Awfully Beastly Business Book Two

Get ready for the Beast Feast!WHEN A SEA MONSTER ARRIVES AT THE ROYAL Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Beasts, Ulf the werewolf must risk his life to save it. But the evil...

Bang Goes A Troll: An Awfully Beastly Business

Join the fight and stop beast poachers with young werewolf Ulf and the members of the RSPCB—no matter how dangerous it gets.

The Time Thief: #2 In The Gideon Trilogy

Travel in time to eighteenth-century London in this stunning trilogy that Entertainment Weekly calls “a rollicking historical adventure.” 

The Demolished Man

In a world policed by telepaths, Ben Reich plans to commit a crime that hasn't been heard of in seventy years: murder. That's the only option left for Reich, whose company is...

No Mark Upon Her

New York Times bestselling author Deborah Crombie makes her mark with this absorbing, finely hued tale of suspense—a deeply atmospheric and twisting mystery full of deadly...

Into the Grey

"I think the fire changed us-me and Dom. I think that's how the goblin-boy was able to see us."After their nan accidentally burns their home down, twin brothers Pat and Dom must...

Arrow through the Axes

Arrow through the Axes concludes the "Odyssey of a Slave" trilogy that began with the Red Maple–nominated Torn from Troy, retelling Homer's Odyssey. The slave Alexi, now free of...

The Purple Emperor

The emperor of the enchanted Faerie Realm has been murdered and now Pyrgus, his son, is the Emperor Elect. As Pyrgus contemplates his new responsibilities as emperor, his...

New Ways To Kill Your Mother: Writers And Their Families

In a brilliant, nuanced, and wholly original collection of essays, the bestselling and award-winning author of Brooklyn and The Empty Family offers a fascinating exploration of...

The Inequality Paradox How Capitalism Can Work for Everyone

The groundbreaking and timely challenge to dominant theories on global inequality by leading economist Douglas McWilliamsIn his illuminating book, Douglas McWilliams argues that...

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