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The Caddie Who Knew Ben Hogan
by John Coyne

City of Bones
by Michael Connelly

by Rosabeth Moss Kanter

Caddy for Life
by John Feinstein

The City of Falling Angels
by John Berendt

The Connection
by Stephen Hayes

Call of the Mall
by Paco Underhill

City Room
by Arthur Gelb

Conquering Your Quarterlife Crisis
by Alexandra Robbins

The Camel Club
by David Baldacci

Cleaning Up
by Barry Minkow

The Conquerors
by Michael Beschloss

The Camera My Mother Gave Me
by Susanna Kaysen

by David Maraniss

Consent to Kill
by Vince Flynn

The Candidate
by Paul Alexander

Clever Girl
by Lauren Kessler

Conservatives Without Conscience
by John Dean

Cane River
by Lalita Tademy

Clinton and Me
by Mark Katz

Conspiracy of Fools
by Kurt Eichenwald

Can't Get Enough
by Connie Briscoe

Close to Home
by Peter Robinson

by Richard North Patterson

by Sandra Cisneros

The Closers
by Michael Connelly

Cooking For Comfort
by Marian Burros

A Caress of Twilight
by Laurell K. Hamilton

The Cloud Atlas
by Liam Callanan

Cooking With My Sisters
by Mary Trigiani

The Case Against Lawyers
by Catherine Crier

Cobra II
by Michael Gordon

Copy This!
by Paul Orfalea

Casual Power
by Sherry Maysonave

Cold Blooded
by Omar Tyree

The Corporate Blogging Book
by Debbie Weil

The Catch
by Jonathan Hobbs

Cold Case Squad
by Edna Buchanan

The Corrections
by Jonathan Franzen

Cat's Eyewitness
by Rita Mae Brown

Cold Hit
by Stephen J. Cannell

Cosmopolitan Girls
by Lyah LeFlore

Cerulean Sins
by Laurell K. Hamilton

The Cold Moon
by Jeffery Deaver

by Kwame Anthony Appiah

Cesar's Way
by Cesar Millan

Cold Quarry
by Andy Straka

Couldn't Keep It To Myself
by Wally Lamb

Challenger Park
by Stephen Harrigan

The Cold Six Thousand
by James Ellroy

Courting Justice
by David Boies

Chasing America
by Dennis Watlington

Cold Zero
by Christopher Whitcomb

A Crack in the Edge of the World
by Simon Winchester

Chasing Destiny
by Eric Jerome Dickey

The Colony
by John Tayman

Creating a Life
by Sylvia Ann Hewlett

Chasing Ghosts
by Paul Rieckhoff

Come Hell or High Water
by Michael Eric Dyson

Creative Filmmaking From the Inside Out
by Doe Mayer

Chasing Hepburn
by Gus Lee

Comfort Me With Apples
by Ruth Reichl

by Diana Abu-Jaber

Chicano Visions
by Cheech Marin

Coming Up From the Down Low
by J.L. King

Crime School
by Carol O'Connell

Children of the Depression
by Kathleen Thompson

The Common Thread
by Sir John Sulston

Criss Cross
by Evie Rhodes

The Children of the Roses
by Warren Adler

The Company
by Adrian Wooldridge

The Crooked Man
by Philip Davison

Chill Factor
by Sandra Brown

Company Man
by Joseph Finder

Cross Bones
by Kathy Reichs

The Chinese in America
by Iris Chang

The Complete Cartoons of The New Yorker
by Robert Mankoff

Cross Your Heart and Hope to Die
by Nancy Martin

Chopping Spree
by Diane Mott Davidson

The Con Man's Daughter
by Ed Dee

by Andrew Cuomo

Chosen Prey
by John Sandford

Confessions of a Bigamist
by Kate Lehrer

Crossroads of Twilight
by Robert Jordan

Christ: A Crisis in The Life of God
by Jack Miles

Confessions of a Civil Servant
by Bob Stone

by Marc Romano

The Christmas Train
by David Baldacci

Confessions of a French Baker
by Peter Mayle

Cruel World
by Lynn Nicholas

A Church in Search of Itself
by Robert Blair Kaiser

Confessions of a Recovering Slut
by Hollis Gillespie

The Cruelest Miles
by Laney Salisbury

The CIA and Congress
by David Barrett

Confessions of a Tax Collector
by Richard Yancey

Crusader Nation
by David Traxel

Cinnamon Kiss
by Walter Mosley

Confessions of an Economic Hit Man
by John Perkins

Cultivating Delight
by Diane Ackerman

The Circus Fire
by Stewart O'Nan

The Confessor
by Daniel Silva

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