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Araki


Araki


$66.95


TASCHEN's 25th anniversary - Special edition! Special budget abridged edition! "This book reveals everything about me. It's been a 60-year contract. Photography is love and death-that'll be my epitaph." -Araki The subject is Japanese photographer Araki, a man who talks about life through photographs. His powerful oeuvre, decades' worth of images, has been pared down to 540 pages of photographs which tell the story of Araki and comprise the ultimate retrospective collection of his work. Known best for his intimate, snapshot-style images of women often tied up with ropes (kinbaku, Japanese rope-tying art) and of colorful, sensual flowers, Araki is an artist who reacts strongly to his emotions and uses photography to experience them more fully. Obsessed with women, Araki seeks to come closer to them through photography, using ropes like an embrace and the click of the shutter like a kiss. His work is at once shocking and mysteriously tender; a deeply personal artist, Araki is not afraid of his emotions nor of showing them to the world. This large-format special budget edition includes most of the picture material from the original 2000? limited edition, for only 49,99? Interviews by J?r?me Sans Extensive bibliography and biography section

Bathrobe


Bathrobe


$45


High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! A bathrobe, dressing gown or housecoat is a robe. A bathrobe is usually made from towelling or other absorbent fabric, and may be donned while wet, serving both as a towel and an informal garment. A dressing gown (for men) or a housecoat (for women) is a loose, open-fronted gown closed with a fabric belt that is put on over nightwear on rising from bed, or, less commonly today, worn over some day clothes when partially dressed or undressed in the morning or evening (for example, over a man's shirt and trousers without jacket and tie). The regular wearing of a dressing gown by men about the house is derived from the 18th-century wearing of the banyan in orientalist imitation. The Japanese yukata is an unlined, cotton kimono worn as a bathrobe or as summer outdoor clothing. Several styles of bathrobes are marketed to consumers, categorised by textile material and type of weave.

Blood Ballad


Blood Ballad


$1.99


Praise for Rett MacPherson"Torie's determined historical detective work will absorb cozy readers."-Publishers Weekly on Died in the Wool"MacPherson deftly ties together fascinating historical facts, colorful characters, and a suspenseful plot. This series seems to get more and more enjoyable with age."-Booklist on Thicker than Water"Delightful. Weaving the story and the characters into the believable minutiae of small-town life, MacPherson provides a stellar example of the traditional cozy."-Publishers Weekly on Blood Relations"A slice of Americana as warm and comforting as apple pie à la mode."-Booklist on Blood Relations"O'Shea has developed into a thoroughly likable character. . Long may she snoop."-St. Louis Post-Dispatch on A Comedy of Heirs

Tahari Asl Sleeveless Tie-Neck Blouse


Tahari Asl Sleeveless Tie-Neck Blouse


$79


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Tahari Asl Sleeveless Tie-Neck Blouse


$79


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Tahari Asl Petite Sleeveless Tie-Neck Blouse


$79


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Borderline Americans


Borderline Americans


$22


Katherine Benton-Cohen, NOOK Book (eBook), English-language edition, Pub by Harvard University Press on 04-30-2009

Altar Call


Altar Call


$9.99


In this fun and clever sequel to Hip to Be Square, heroine Mari Hamilton is enjoying her satisfyingwork, an eight-month relationship to her perfect Beau, and the role of attentive bridesmaid as her friend Sadie plans the wedding of the year. But as Sadie steps closer to the altar, her single friends-Mari, Caitlin, and Angelica-must face their emotions about tying the knot. Altar Call is an engaging and entertaining look at how a wedding. even someone else's.can turn rational women into irrational creatures. And how sometimes a woman's path is about finding Mr. Right-and sometimes it is about having enough faith to do the right thing.

Altar Call


Altar Call


$1.99


In this fun and clever sequel to Hip to Be Square, heroine Mari Hamilton is enjoying her satisfyingwork, an eight-month relationship to her perfect Beau, and the role of attentive bridesmaid as her friend Sadie plans the wedding of the year. But as Sadie steps closer to the altar, her single friends-Mari, Caitlin, and Angelica-must face their emotions about tying the knot. Altar Call is an engaging and entertaining look at how a wedding. even someone else's.can turn rational women into irrational creatures. And how sometimes a woman's path is about finding Mr. Right-and sometimes it is about having enough faith to do the right thing.

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August Silk Tie-Neck Poncho Cardigan


$112.86


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Carissima


Carissima


$4.49


From Rosanna Chiofalo comes a sumptuous novel that sweeps readers from the Italian-American enclave of Astoria, New York, to the stunning vistas of Rome, and introduces two very different women-in a story of friendship, love, and destiny. In college, Pia Santore dreamed of going to New York and taking the Big Apple by storm with her younger sister Erica. Instead, Pia has arrived in Astoria, Queens, with a prestigious journalism internship at a celebrity magazine. and without Erica. Though the neighborhood has an abundance of appeal-including the delectable confections sold at her Aunt Antoniella's bakery-the pain of losing Erica a few years ago still feels fresh. Pia's arrival coincides with an unexpected sighting. Italian movie icon Francesca Donata is rumored to be staying nearby, every bit as voluptuous and divaesque as in her heyday. With the help of a handsome local artist with ties to Francesca's family, Pia convinces the legend to grant her a series of interviews-even traveling to her house in Rome. In the eternal city, Pia begins to unearth the truth behind the star's fabled romances and tangled past. And here too, where beauty and history mingle in every breathtaking view, and hope shimmers in the Trevi fountain and on the Spanish Steps, Pia gradually learns how to love and when to let go. For when in Rome, you may find your carissima-your dearest one-and you may even find yourself. Rosanna Chiofalo is a first-generation Italian American whose parents emigrated from Sicily to New York in the early 1960s. She is the author of Bella Fortuna and is currently hard at work writing her next novel. She and her husband live in New York City. Advance Praise For Carissima"What a glorious novel this is. It's a celebration of life, love and unlikely friendship through the eyes of two very different women. Yet their similarities bind them together and will endear them to readers long after the last page is

Cheating


Cheating


$27.95


Dominique Goodman is a hard working dedicated family man willing to endure pain, hardship, and disappointment to maintain a healthy environment for his children. He sat and watched them playing on the playground not knowing that their world was about to be shattered because of their mother's adulterous affair. The last thing he wanted was for them to become victims of a broken home, but his male ego could not phantom forgiving his wife whose affair had left him feeling inept and weak. He did not know which side of the sword he would end up on, the forgiving side that would keep his marriage and family intact or the violent side which would lead to his wife's demise. After some serious soul searching and weighing the pros and cons of his dilemma, Dominique made the decision he felt he could live with. Dominique Goodman is tall, dark, and handsome, the type of man women dream of marrying because he also believes in the bonds of matrimony and strong family ties. Tashiana Goodman is a beautiful, loving wife who loves her husband and children, but has allowed herself to become involved in an affair which she does not know how to escape from.

Clucking!


Clucking!


$4.99


James Miller, Christopher Slater, NOOK Book (eBook), English-language edition, Pub by Original Writing on 12-17-2014

Choice & Coercion


Choice & Coercion


$38.58


In August 2003, North Carolina became the first U.S. state to offer restitution to victims of state-ordered sterilizations carried out by its eugenics program between 1929 and 1975. The decision was prompted largely by a series of articles in theWinston-Salem Journal. These stories were inspired in part by the research of Johanna Schoen, who was granted unique access to summaries of 7,500 case histories and the papers of the North Carolina Eugenics Board. In this book, Schoen situates the state's reproductive politics in a national and global context. Widening her focus to include birth control, sterilization, and abortion policies across the nation, she demonstrates how each method for limiting unwanted pregnancies had the potential both to expand and to limit women's reproductive choices. Such programs overwhelmingly targeted poor and nonwhite populations, yet they also extended a measure of reproductive control to poor women that was previously out of reach. On an international level, the United States has influenced reproductive health policies by, for example, tying foreign aid to the recipients' compliance with U.S. notions about family planning. The availability of U.S-funded family planning aid has proved to be a double-edged sword, offering unprecedented opportunities to poor women while subjecting foreign patients to medical experimentation that would be considered unacceptable at home. Drawing on the voices of health and science professionals, civic benefactors, and American women themselves, Schoen's study allows deeper understandings of the modern welfare state and the lives of women.

Cold Betrayal


Cold Betrayal


$4.99


Revenge isn?t the only dish served cold. Ali Reynolds?s longtime friend and Taser-carrying nun, Sister Anselm, rushes to the bedside of a young pregnant woman hospitalized for severe injuries after she was hit by a car on a deserted Arizona highway. The girl had been running away from The Family, a polygamous cult with no patience for those who try to leave its ranks. Something about her strikes a chord in Sister Anselm, reminding her of a case she worked years before when another young girl wasn?t so lucky. Meanwhile, married life agrees with Ali. But any hopes that she and her husband, B. Simpson, will finally slow down and relax now that they?ve tied the knot are dashed when Ali?s new daughter-in-law approaches her, desperate for help. The girl?s grandmother, Betsy, is in danger: she?s been receiving anonymous threats, and someone even broke into her home and turned on the gas burners in the middle of the night. But the local police think the elderly woman?s just not as sharp as she used to be. While Ali struggles to find a way to protect Betsy before it?s too late, Sister Anselm needs her help as well, and the two race the clock to uncover the secrets that The Family has hidden for so long?before someone comes back to bury them forever. From the New York Times bestselling author hailed for her? inimitable, take-no-prisoners style? (Kirkus Reviews),Cold Betrayal forces Ali to confront the face of evil, and the women who are being hunted.

Blue Collar


Blue Collar


$15.49


The power of union's with dedicated workers united together for a specific cause, has assisted working men and women in thier fight for improvements in thier wages, benefits, and working conditions. It has been the engine that has catapultied laborers into the American middleclass. This is the story of one man's rise from a childhood of personal tragedy, through the ranks of the labor movement. It is the story of men and women that toil in factories, plants, stores, mills, shops, and other lines of unionized employment endeavors, all over this great nation. Many Americans that have never walked in our shoes, or suffered at the hands of an unfair management, or unjustly let go, or suffered in-plant injuries and denied basic human rights, have prejudged us and decided that we are a group of lazy, greedy, and undisciplined destroyers of the manufacturing work ethic. The story of the American automobile worker is one of pride and perseverance in the face of adversities, precipitated by unscrupulous managers. By politicians in the United States Congress who are out of touch with the American blue collar worker. They purposely fail to recognize that this is a government of the people, by the people and for the people, so they put us down. The organized American worker understands more than anyone that the words of former UAW President Walter Reuther are true. He said that the bread box and the ballot box are tied together, what's won at the bargaining table, can be lost at the ballot box. That is why we support politicians that are labor friendly. All workers are joined together at the hip, whether they are aware of it or not. If we fail, the country fails.

Complicity


Complicity


$6


Jurgen von Stuka, NOOK Book (eBook), English-language edition, Pub by Pink Flamingo Publications on 01-18-2013

Condemned


Condemned


$7.99


ONE LIVES. NINE DIE. Eight men. Two women. Some are ugly. Some are pretty. All are condemned to death and awaiting their fate at the hands of a third-world government. Each is swept up from their respective hellhole and offered the ultimate prize - their life. An online reality show promises the condemned a suitcase full of cash and their freedom. The only proviso: survive, by killing off all the other players. Caught up in this mad "game" is an American, Jack Conrad (Stone Cold Steve Austin). He refuses to cooperate, instead playing by his own rules. As time runs out and the body count mounts, the government tries to shut down the game. Conrad must do everything he can to stay alive.

Beyond Conquest


Beyond Conquest


$26.8


By focusing on the complex cultural and political facets of Native resistance to encroachment on reservation lands during the eighteenth century in southern New England, Beyond Conquest reconceptualizes indigenous histories and debates over Native land rights. As Amy E. Den Ouden demonstrates, Mohegans, Pequots, and Niantics living on reservations in New London County, Connecticut- where the largest indigenous population in the colony resided- were under siege by colonists who employed various means to expropriate reserved lands. Natives were also subjected to the policies of a colonial government that sought to strictly control them and that undermined Native land rights by depicting reservation populations as culturally and politically illegitimate. Although colonial tactics of rule sometimes incited internal disputes among Native women and men, reservation communities and their leaders engaged in subtle and sometimes overt acts of resistance to dispossession, thus demonstrating the power of historical consciousness, cultural connections to land, and ties to local kin. The Mohegans, for example, boldly challenged colonial authority and its land encroachment policies in 1736 by holding a " great dance, " during which they publicly affirmed the leadership of Mahomet and, with the support of their Pequot and Niantic allies, articulated their intent to continue their legal case against the colony. Beyond Conquest demonstrates how the current Euroamerican scrutiny and denial of local Indian identities is a practice with a long history in southern New England, one linked to colonial notions of cultural- and ultimately " racial" - illegitimacy that emerged in the context of eighteenth-century disputes regarding Native land rights.

Constellation


Constellation


$15.63


This best-selling debut novel from one of France?s most exciting young writers is based on the true story of the 1949 disappearance of Air France?s Lockheed Constellation and its famous passengers On October 27, 1949, Air France?s new plane, the Constellation, launched by the extravagant Howard Hughes, welcomed thirty-eight passengers aboard. On October 28, no longer responding to air traffic controllers, the plane disappeared while trying to land on the island of Santa Maria, in the Azores. No one survived. The question Adrien Bosc?s novel asks is not so much how, but why? What were the series of tiny incidents that, in sequence, propelled the plane toward Redondo Mountain? And who were the passengers? As we recognize Marcel Cerdan, the famous boxer and lover of Edith Piaf, and we remember the musical prodigy Ginette Neveu, whose tattered violin would be found years later, the author ties together their destinies: ?Hear the dead, write their small legend, and offer to these thirty-eight men and women, like so many constellations, a life and a story.

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