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The Fabric of the Cosmos
by Brian Greene

Fire
by Sebastian Junger

For Spacious Skies
by Scott Carpenter

Fabulous Small Jews
by Joseph Epstein

Fire Flight
by John J. Nance

For the Love of Money
by Omar Tyree

The Face
by Dean Koontz

Fire in My Soul
by Eleanor Holmes Norton

The Ford Century
by Russ Banham

Face the Nation
by Bob Schieffer

The First American Army
by Bruce Chadwick

Forever
by Pete Hamill

Facing Rushmore
by David Lozell Martin

First Among Equals
by Kenneth Starr

Forever a Soldier
by Tom Wiener

The Facts Behind the Helsinki Roccamatios
by Yann Martel

The First Counsel
by Brad Meltzer

Forewarned
by Michael Cherkasky

The Facts of Life: And Other Lessons My Father Taught Me
by Lisa Whelchel

The First Emancipator
by Andrew Levy

Forgivin' Ain't Forgettin'
by Mata Elliott

A Faint Cold Fear
by Karin Slaughter

First Families
by Bonnie Angelo

The Forgotten Man
by Robert Crais

Faith at War
by Yaroslav Trofimov

First In
by Gary Schroen

Fortune Favors the Bold
by Lester Thurow

Faith for Beginners
by Aaron Hamburger

The First Law
by John Lescroart

Fortune's Rocks
by Anita Shreve

The Faith of the American Soldier
by Stephen Mansfield

First Love
by Adrienne Sharp

Forty Signs of Rain
by Kim Stanley Robinson

The Faithful Spy
by Alex Berenson

First Man
by James Hansen

Four Blind Mice
by James Patterson

The Fall of Lucifer
by Wendy Alec

The First Scientific American
by Joyce Chaplin

Four Spirits
by Sena Jeter Naslund

Falling Angels
by Tracy Chevalier

First Service
by Andrea Jaeger

Foxes in the Henhouse
by Steve Jarding

The Falls
by Ian Rankin

First Strike
by Jack Cashill

Fragile Innocence
by James Reston Jr.

Family Circle
by Susan Braudy

The Five People You Meet in Heaven
by Mitch Albom

Francis Crick: Discoverer of the Genetic Code
by Matt Ridley

Family Matters
by Rohinton Mistry

The Fixer
by Jon Merz

Frank McKinney's Maverick Approach to Real Estate Success
by Frank McKinney

Fanatics and Fools
by Arianna Huffington

The Flame Keepers
by Ned Handy

Frazz: Live from Bryson Elementary
by Jef Mallett

Fanny: A Fiction
by Edmund White

The Flaming Luau of Death
by Jerrilyn Farmer

Freakonomics
by Steven Levitt

Fantastic
by Laurence Leamer

Flashback
by Nevada Barr

Free Culture
by Lawrence Lessig

Faster Than the Speed of Light
by Joćo Magueijo

Flawed Dogs
by Berkeley Breathed

Free Money to Pay Your Bills
by Matthew Lesko

Fat Man Fed Up
by Jack Germond

Fledgling
by Octavia Butler

Freedom in the Family
by Patricia Stephens Due

Fate's Redemption
by Keith Lee Johnson

Fleeced
by Carol Higgins Clark

The Freedom Line
by Peter Eisner

FBI Girl
by Maura Conlon-McIvor

Fleshmarket Alley
by Ian Rankin

Freedom Rising
by Ernest Furgurson

Fear and Other Uninvited Guests
by Harriet Lerner

Flight
by Chris Kraft

French Spirits
by Jeffrey Greene

Fearless Living
by Rhonda Britten

The Flight of the Creative Class
by Richard Florida

French Women Don't Get Fat
by Mireille Guiliano

Fear's Empire
by Benjamin Barber

Flinch
by Robert Ferrigno

Freshwater Road
by Denise Nicholas

Feast
by Nigella Lawson

Floating
by Nicole Bailey-Williams

A Friend of the Earth
by T.C. Boyle

Feeling Strong
by Ethel Spector Person

Flying Crows
by Jim Lehrer

Friends, Lovers, Chocolate
by Alexander McCall Smith

Feminist Fantasies
by Phyllis Schlafly

Fog Facts
by Larry Beinhart

From Rage to Reason
by Janet Langhart Cohen

A Few Short Notes on Tropical Butterflies
by John Murray

Foley is Good
by Mick Foley

Funny Ladies
by Liza Donnelly

Fifty Degrees Below
by Kim Stanley Robinson

Fooled Again
by Mark Crispin Miller

The Future of the Wild
by Jonathan Adams

Fight Back and Win
by Gloria Allred

For Bea
by Kristin von Kreisler

Futureland
by Walter Mosley

The Finishing School
by Michele Martinez

For Better or Hearse
by Laura Durham



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Obviously when people are killed in the book you do have to acknowledge that death is a bad thing, although in my books it is usually couched in some humorous fashion. Although you're laughing at what's going on with these dead bodies, and what's happening, you know, the person is dead, and it's a shame. But then again, there's always that aside of, But they were really awful.

- Laura Durham
For Better or Hearse


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