John Gapper - Fiction - 2012 - 288 pages
This timely debut thriller by an award-winning Financial Times columnist is a gripping tale of lethal intrigue set in the high-stakes Wall Street world—where wealth and privilege are no match for jealousy and betrayal.
John Gapper - Fiction - 2015 - 320 pages
It takes off like a rocket and doesn’t stop until its explosive conclusion.”—Joseph Finder, author of Suspicion “An enlightening and grisly tale . . . tightly plotted and fast-paced.”—The New Yorker “An ingenious thriller ...
Andy Furlong - Social Science - 2009 - 496 pages
This work introduces readers to some of the most important work in the field while highlighting the underlying perspectives that have been used to understand the complexity of modern youth and young adulthood.
Gigi Levangie Grazer - Fiction - 2012 - 320 pages
L.A. is no place for widows. This is what forty-four-year-old Hannah Bernal quickly discovers after the tragic death of her handsome and loving husband, John. Misery and red-rimmed eyes are little tolerated in the land of the beautiful.
Ellen J. Langer - Psychology - 2009 - 224 pages
A hopeful and groundbreaking book by an author who has changed how people all over the world think and feel, Counterclockwise is sure to join Mindfulness as a standard source on new-century science and healing. From the Hardcover edition.
Roben Alarcon - Education - 2006 - 32 pages
What would school be like without a teacher? Readers explore the teaching profession in this delightful book that uses charming images from past and present to teach readers the similarities and differences between teaching then and now.
J.I. Baker - Fiction - 2012 - 336 pages
There he discovers The Book of Secrets - Marilyn Monroe's diary - revealing a doomed love affair with a man she refers to only as "The General.
Delia Parr - Fiction - 2006 - 320 pages
The engaging village of Candlewood in 1840s New York provides a glimpse into the past that will inspire and uplift today's readers.