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Flight Patterns

by Dorothy Spears

These writings exude the primal fear and cool perspective that can only come from seeing the world—and one’s own life—from a great distance. Flight Patterns renders airplane travel a time capsule of modern life….

Writers & Lovers

by Lily King

An extraordinary new novel of art, love, and ambition from Lily King, the New York Times bestselling author of Euphoria…

Wooden Spoon Book of Home-Style Soups, Stews, Chowders, Chilis & Gumbo

by Marilyn Moore

A collection of 150 proven recipes for soups shows readers how to create Tomato and Bread Soup with Pesto, Cool as a Cucumber Soup, and others.

The Murder Book

by Mark Billingham

The latest thriller from internationally bestselling author Mark Billingham finds Tom Thorne settling into a newly content existence, but a spate of brutal murders sets him off on an investigation that may just shatter every happiness he has built…

The Wooden Spoon Dessert Book

by Marilyn Moore

“A masterful job at introducing the novice to techniques and what-ifs.” —The Washington Post…

How I Became a Famous Novelist

by Steve Hely

“If this book doesn’t make you laugh, you may need a new funny bone.” —Kyle Smith, People (4 stars)…

The Wooden Spoon Book of Old Family Recipes

by Marilyn Moore

Over 150 proven, easy-to-use recipes that bring back meat-and-potato meals and other comfort foods to the contemporary table….

Book of Songs

by Arthur Waley

“Of all the translations, the highest achievement is Mr. Arthur Waley’s’. A triumph at once of poetry and scholarship.” –The Observer (London)…

The Wooden Spoon Bread Book

by Marilyn Moore

“All the recipes are simply written and easy to follow, even complicated ones like those for croissant and brioche… This welcome volume will surely become a dog-eared favorite on the home baker’s bookshelf.” –Publishers Weekly…

The Book of the Penis

by Maggie Paley

“Spirited, filled with fact and some fancy, emphasizing the penis’s power to drive male behavior but designed to make both women and men more comfortable with the dreaded word–and perhaps even the actuality–penis.” –Kirkus Reviews…