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PHARAOH: A NOVEL OF ANCIENT EGYPT

Wilbur Smith

Wilbur Smith, an award-winning and bestselling author, returns with Pharaoh, a gripping, thrilling and game-changing new action-packed novel that puts Ancient Egypt on the spot like never before. The country is under attack, the Pharaoh is deadly wou...

HIDDEN FIGURES

Margot Lee Shetterly

Hidden Figures is the wonderful true story of the great black female scientists who put their hearts and minds into some of the greatest space projects this country has ever seen. These women dedicated their whole lives to NASA, but the government ke...

MAO: THE UNKNOWN STORY

Jon Halliday and Jung Chang

Jung Chang's Wild Swans was an extraordinary bestseller throughout the world, selling more than 10 million copies and reaching a wider readership than any other book about China. Now she and her husband Jon Halliday have written a groundbre...

HOTEL ON THE CORNER OF BITTER AND SWEET

Jamie Ford

Jamie Ford in his best-selling book " Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet," tells us an amazing, beautiful and touching love story. It begins when a Henry Lee oversees the reopening of the old hotel "Panama", whose doors were closed forty years...

THE OTHER WES MOORE: ONE NAME, TWO FATES

Wes Moore

Two boys, both named Wes Moore, happened to be born just a few blocks apart in the same city. Baltimore was their hometown, and they both grew up in dangerous neighborhoods - fatherless and poor. A difficult childhood was something that they had to s...

ON TYRANNY: TWENTY LESSONS FROM THE TWENTIETH CENTURY

Timothy Snyder

Timothy Snyder, one of the greatest historians and social scientists of our time, is back with On Tyranny, a brand-new game-changer that takes us back a century to help better understand the ups and downs of our civilization and to learn from the mis...

THE KITCHEN HOUSE

Kathleen Grissom

It is a tragic story of a white little girl, who works as a servant in plantation owners' house. She makes some mistake which reveals the best and worse in a society she tries to survive. 7-year-old Lavinia comes on the tobacco plantation in North Am...

EVERYONE BRAVE IS FORGIVEN

Chris Cleave

It is 1939. Young socialite woman is decided to outrage her relatives by some unpredictable actions. Mary is volunteering for the war needs. The woman is not going to war. Mary starts working as a teacher to mentally disabled children. Her pupils wer...

GHOSTS OF THE TSUNAMI: DEATH AND LIFE IN JAPAN'S DISASTER ZONE

Richard Lloyd Parry

The Great East Japan Earthquake on March 11, 2011 triggered an enormous 120-foot-high tsunami that slammed into the coast of northeast Japan, washing out villages and leaving eighteen thousand people trapped, drowned, and engulfed in the inferno of d...

THE SURVIVOR (A MITCH RAPP NOVEL)

Vince Flynn

Vince Flynn, the author of the insanely popular and loved mystery thriller series about Mitch Rapp, is back with a brand-new installment that raises the bar even higher. Flynn's books have always been known for his trademark fast-paced, action-packed...