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Wednesday, August 31, 2016
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Jefferson Bass's The Breaking Point is just $1.99. View this
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The Breaking Point
Past, present, and future collide to throw respected
forensic anthropologist Bill Brockton's successful, secure life into devastating
turmoil in the most recent novel in the New York Times bestselling Body
Farm mystery series.
It's been ten years since Dr. Bill Brockton created
the Body Farm—the world's first postmortem research facility dedicated to
advancing the frontiers of forensic science—and the researcher is at the
pinnacle of his career. But a storm is about to hit Brockton with cataclysmic
force. Will Brockton be able to weather this deluge ... or has he finally
reached the breaking point?
Download the e-book today, and read an
exclusive excerpt from the next book, Without Mercy, before it goes on
sale October 4th.
In 1975, a new group of Peace Corps volunteers landed on
the island nation of Tonga. Among them was Deborah Gardner—a beautiful
twenty-three-year-old who, in the following year, would be stabbed twenty-two
times and left for dead inside her hut. Another volunteer turned himself in to
the Tongan police, and many of the other Americans were sure he had committed
the crime. But with the aid of the State Department, he returned home a free
man. Although the story was kept quiet in the United States, Deb Gardner's death
and the outlandish aftermath took on legendary proportions in Tonga.
bravura reporting and vivid, novelistic prose, journalist Philip Weiss
transforms a Polynesian legend into a singular artifact of American history and
a profoundly moving human story.
In this intimate portrait of an island lobstering
community and aneccentric band of renegade biologists, journalist Trevor Corson
escorts the reader onto the slippery decks of fishing boats, through
danger-filled scuba dives, and deep into the churning currents of the Gulf of
Maine to learn about the secret undersea lives of lobsters.
The creative process is essential to human nature. It is
as essential as spirituality and sexuality, and in fact all three are deeply
intertwined. What We Ache For is a practical book allowing readers to
embrace the urgency and necessity of their creativity, whatever their
medium—writing, painting, sculpture, dance, music, or film. As Oriah says,
'Doing creative work allows us to follow the thread of what we ache for into a
deeper life, offering us a way to cultivate a life of making love to the
Chronicles is an insider's look at the burgeoning world of American
cheese from one lucky person who has seen more wedges and wheels, visited more
cheesemakers, and tasted more delicious American cheese than anyone else.
Liz Thorpe, second in command at New York's renowned Murray's Cheese, chronicles
American cheesemaking from the brave foodie hobbyists of twenty years ago, to
the carefully cultivated milkers and makers of today. Steve Jenkins, author of
the celebrated Cheese Primer, calls this 'the best book about cheese
you'll ever read.'
John Lennon ... as much a part of our world today as he
ever was. He touched many lives in his brief forty years, and continues to move
and inspire millions more to this day. Now, invited by Yoko Ono, friends,
family, and fans from all walks of life—including some of the great artists of
our day—reminisce about Lennon as a visionary and friend, musician and
performer, husband and father, activist, and jokester.