In her own words, the living legend tells the story of her life and extraordinary career, from growing up in Brooklyn to her first star-making appearances in NY nightclubs to her breakout performance in Funny Girl to the long string of successes in every medium in the years that followed. Illustrations.
In this profoundly moving and beautifully written memoir, the award-winning actor and activist provides an intimate view into both her public and private worlds as she chronicles her life's journey thus far, sharing how she discovered her truest self and, with it, a deeper sense of belonging. 250,000 first printing. Illustrations.
Trenton, New Jersey's most underappreciated bounty hunter, Stephanie Plum, while taking care of her boyfriend's giant orange dog, tracks the former security guard of a local jeweler who supposedly stole a fortune of diamonds, and must keep herself clean when everyone else is playing dirty. Simultaneous.
Set in 1884, nineteen-year-old Inez travels to Egypt after the sudden death of her parents to uncover the truth about their deaths, and as she attempts to unravel the mysteries her parents sought, she becomes a pawn in a larger game that threatens to kill her
Determined to find a better life for her younger brother Jasper, Opal, when she gets the chance to step inside the Starling House, the estate of the 19th-century author of her favorite book, and make some extra cash, finds things taking a sinister turn.
Translated from Italian into English by the Pulitzer Prize-winning author, this masterful collection of nine short stories has Rome, suspended between past and future, multifaceted and metaphysical, as the protagonist, not the setting.
"Reveals the restorative fungi archetype of Osiris, the Orphic mysteries as an underground mycelium linking forests and people, how Dionysus teaches us about invasive species and playful sexuality, and the ecology of Jesus as depicted in his nature-focused parables. Liberates Tristan, Merlin, and the Grail legends from the bounds of Campbell's hero's journey and invites the masculine into more nuanced, complex ways of dealing with trauma, growth, and self-knowledge"
In the years before the Civil War, Annis, sold south by the white enslaver who fathered her, struggles through the miles-long march, seeks comfort from memories of her mother and stories of her African warrior grandmother, opening herself to a world beyond this world.
In this explosive sequel to The Firm, Mitch, a partner at the largest law firm in the world, is asked for a favor by a mentor in Rome that plunges him into a sinister plot that has global implications and once against places everyone he holds dear in danger. Simultaneous.
Haunted by the ghost of Kai, the love of his life, Cam returns to his hometown of Houston where he reconnects with his former best friend, TJ, and his family's bakery and wonders if they can find a way back to being okay again.
Collects three of the Booker Prize Finalist's exquisite storeis, newly revised and expanded, that each explore the dynamics that corrupt what could be between women and men: a lack of generosity, the weight of expectation and the looming threat of violence.
Showcasing the music legend's most unforgettable looks from the 1960s until now, this stunningly photographed book displays Dolly Parton's iconic sense of style along with entertaining personal anecdotes that, for the first time, reveal the full story behind her lifelong passion for fashion. Illustrations.
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