Sabin Willett - Fiction - 2012 - 448 pages
It is also the compelling story of two young lawyers--a defendant and his attorney--realizing too late that they are up against an old-guard establishment more powerful than they could ever imagined.
Cathy Marie Buchanan - Fiction - 2009 - 320 pages
Living in 1915 near Niagara Falls, seventeen-year-old Bess Heath, who is struggling to cope with the death of her sister and the disgrace of her family, and Tom Cole, whose sixth sense of the river and the falls aids him in daring rescues, ...
Theodore S. Gonzalves - Music - 2009 - 228 pages
Exploring the ways that cultural celebrations challenge official accounts of the past while reinventing culture and history for Filipino American college students.
Willard Cantelon - Business & Economics - 2012
This book reveals behind - the - secenes information that is based on careful research. Caution: The Day the Dollar Dies will profoundly affect the way you feel about the future of world economy.
Leon Simon - Mathematics - 2008 - 132 pages
The text is designed for use in a forty-lecture introductory course covering linear algebra, multivariable differential calculus, and an introduction to real analysis.
Jeffrey Arnold - Religion - 2010
In this revised edition of The Big Book on Small Groups, he breaks down small groups so that you can see them from all angles. The first four chapters focus on the structure and benefits of a small group ministry.
Gary Phillips - Fiction - 2011 - 258 pages
Three men are shot a few blocks apart, and Ivan Monk looks for a connection Scatterboy Williams is a small-time hustler selling bogus Cartier watches in the dives of Pacific City, a port just south of Los Angeles.
Ed Gorman - Fiction - 2013 - 258 pages
In 1950s Iowa, a murder-suicide forces a lawyer to put aside his rock-and-roll grief Sam McCain loves Buddy Holly because he’s the only rock-and-roll star who still seems like a dweeb, and Sam knows how that feels.