Terror On Flat Top Ridge

Terrence Corcoran, recovering from injuries he received breaking up a cattle-rustling gang, stumbles onto a grisly scene high in the Monitor Range of central Nevada. That...

Samurai A Concise History

The idea of the sword-wielding samurai, beholden to a strict ethical code and trained in deadly martial arts, dominates popular conceptions of the samurai. As early as the late...

Opening the Red Door The Inside Story of Russia's First Christian Liberal Arts University

After the Berlin Wall fell, a group of Christian colleges in the U.S. seized the opportunity to begin strategic faculty and student exchanges with universities inside the Soviet...

The da Vinci Legacy How an Elusive 16th-Century Artist Became a Global Pop Icon

Virtually everyone would agree that Leonardo da Vinci was the most important artist of the High Renaissance. It was Leonardo who singlehandedly created the defining features of...

The First Soldier Hitler as Military Leader

A leading expert reexamines history to offer a stunningly original portrait of Hitler as a competent military commander and strategist.After Germany's humiliating World War II...

Flawless Understanding Faults in Wine

Flawless is the first book of its kind dedicated to exploring the main causes of faults in wine. From cork taint, to volatile acidity, to off-putting aromas and flavors, all wine...

The Three Little Superpigs

The Big Bad Wolf has escaped and our new superheroes, the Three Little Superpigs, must save Fairyland before it is too late. After defeating the Big Bad Wolf, the Three Little...

Max’s Story A Dog’s Purpose Novel

Meet Max—a very special dog with a very important purpose. Here is another irresistible tale in the bestselling series from the New York Times and USA Today bestselling...

Autumn in Venice Ernest Hemingway and His Last Muse

In the fall of 1948 Hemingway and his fourth wife traveled for the first time to Venice, which Hemingway called "a goddam wonderful city." He was a year shy of his fiftieth...

How to Die An Ancient Guide to the End of Life

"It takes an entire lifetime to learn how to die," wrote the Roman Stoic philosopher Seneca (c. 4 BC–65 AD). He counseled readers to "study death always," and took his own...

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