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Abandon
by Pico Iyer

All-American Girl
by Meg Cabot

Another Shulman
by Alan Zweibel

About Grace
by Anthony Doerr

Almost There
by Nuala O'Faolain

Anthony Bourdain's Les Halles Cookbook
by Anthony Bourdain

Abraham
by Bruce Feiler

Aloft
by Chang-rae Lee

The Anxiety Cure for Kids
by Elizabeth Spencer

Absolute Trust in the Goodness of the Earth
by Alice Walker

The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay
by Michael Chabon

Any Place I Hang My Hat
by Susan Isaacs

Absolutely American
by David Lipsky

Ambling Into History
by Frank Bruni

Anything You Say Can and Will Be Used Against You
by Laurie Lynn Drummond

Absurdistan
by Gary Shteyngart

Amelia Peabody's Egypt
by Elizabeth Peters

Anyway
by Kent Keith

Accidental Courage, Boundless Dreams
by Amy Barzach

America
by Stephen Coonts

Apex Hides the Hurt
by Colson Whitehead

The Accidental Masterpiece
by Michael Kimmelman

America on Trial
by Alan Dershowitz

The Apprentice
by Jacques Pepin

The ACLU vs America
by Alan Sears

American Bee
by James Maguire

April 1865
by Jay Winik

Adam's Curse
by Brian Sykes

American Brutus
by Michael Kauffman

Are Men Necessary?
by Maureen Dowd

Adventures of a Continental Drifter
by Elliott Hester

The American Cancer Society's Complete Guide To Prostate Cancer
by Dr. David Bostwick

Area 7
by Matthew Reilly

Adverbs
by Daniel "Lemony Snicket" Handler

American Chica
by Marie Arana

The Areas of My Expertise
by John Hodgman

After
by Marita Golden

American Dynasty
by Kevin Phillips

Armey's Axioms
by Dick Armey

After Dolly
by Ian Wilmut

American Gulag
by Mark Dow

An Army at Dawn
by Rick Atkinson

Against All Odds
by Chuck Norris

American Patriots
by Gail Buckley

An Army of Davids
by Glenn Reynolds

Against the Odds
by James Dyson

American Son
by Richard Blow

Arrogance
by Bernard Goldberg

The Age of Anxiety
by Haynes Johnson

American Still Life
by Paul Pacult

The Art of Deception
by Ridley Pearson

The Age of Terror
by Strobe Talbott

American Sucker
by David Denby

The Art of Peter Max
by Peter Max

Air Force One
by Kenneth Walsh

American Terrorist
by Lou Michel

The Art of The Lord of the Rings
by Alan Lee

Alexander Hamilton
by Ron Chernow

American Theocracy
by Kevin Phillips

The Assassins
by Oliver North

Alexander II: The Last Great Tsar
by Edvard Radzinsky

American Vertigo
by Bernard-Henri Levy

Astrofit
by Dr. William Evans

Alienable Rights
by Barry Sanders

The Americanization of Benjamin Franklin
by Gordon Wood

At Canaan's Edge
by Taylor Branch

Alive on the Andrea Doria!
by Pierette Domenica Simpson

Americans in Paris
by Adam Gopnik

At The Abyss
by Thomas Reed

All Families Are Psychotic
by Douglas Coupland

America's Game
by Michael MacCambridge

An Atomic Romance
by Bobbie Ann Mason

All Fishermen Are Liars
by Linda Greenlaw

Among Stone Giants
by Jo Anne Van Tilburg

Augusta, Gone
by Martha Tod Dudman

All My Life For Sale
by John Freyer

And Never Stop Dancing
by Dr. Gordon Livingston

Aunt Dimity: Detective
by Nancy Atherton

All the Centurions
by Robert Leuci

The Anger Diet
by Dr. Brenda Shoshanna

Authentic Leadership
by Bill George

All the Power
by Mark Andersen

Animal Talk
by Tim Friend

The Autobiography of Santa Claus
by Jeff Guinn

All the President's Children
by Doug Wead

Animals in Translation
by Temple Grandin

Ava's Man
by Rick Bragg

The All-American Dessert Book
by Nancy Baggett

Another Planet
by Elinor Burkett



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I really always am writing about contemporary culture, and I think we live in a society where people can get very disconnected, and we feel falsely connected. We have our Blackberries, we have our cell phones, we say we're here and we're there, but are we really connected at any given moment? I'm not so sure.

- A.M. Homes
This Book Will Save Your Life


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