The most popular books in English
from 30601 to 30800

What books are currently the most popular and which are the all time classics? Here we present you with a mixture of those two criteria. We update this list once a month.

30601. In the Line of Fire: A Memoir

Pervez Musharraf

In the Line of Fire: A Memoir is a book that was written by former President of Pakistan Pervez Musharraf and first published on September 25, 2006. The book contains a collection of Musharraf's memories and is being marketed as his official autobiography.

30602. A Kid for Two Farthings

Wolf Mankowitz

A Kid for Two Farthings is a 1953 novel by the British writer Wolf Mankowitz, based on the author's experiences of growing up within a Jewish community in London's East End. The title is a reference to the traditional Passover song, Chad Gadya, which begins "One little goat …

30603. White Collar: The American Middle Classes

C. Wright Mills

White Collar: The American Middle Classes is a study of the American middle class by sociologist C. Wright Mills, first published in 1951. It describes the forming of a "new class": the white-collar workers. It is also a major study of social alienation in the modern world of …

30604. Harriet Said...

Beryl Bainbridge

Harriet Said... was the first novel written by Beryl Bainbridge, based on newspaper reports the Parker–Hulme murder case in New Zealand which involved two young girls. Although completed in 1958 it was rejected by several publishers in the late fifties, one of whom wrote on the …

30606. Letty Fox: Her Luck

Christina Stead

The Australian-born author Christina Stead’s sixth novel, Letty Fox: Her Luck, is an energetic tribute to the drama of the urban environment and its role in socializing its occupants. Published in 1946, Stead wrote the lengthy Letty Fox after living in New York City for seven …

30607. Migration: New & Selected Poems

W. S. Merwin

Migration: New & Selected Poems is a book written by W. S. Merwin.

30608. Weir of Hermiston

Robert Louis Stevenson

Weir of Hermiston is an unfinished novel by Robert Louis Stevenson. Many have considered it his masterpiece. It was cut short by Stevenson's sudden death in 1894 from a cerebral hemorrhage. The novel is set in Edinburgh and the Lothians at the time of the Napoleonic Wars.

30610. There Is No Alternative: Why Margaret Thatcher …

Claire Berlinski

There Is No Alternative: Why Margaret Thatcher Matters is a 2008 biographical account of the premiership of Margaret Thatcher written by American author Claire Berlinski. The title is a reference to Margaret Thatcher's fondness for the slogan "There is no alternative" which she …

30612. The Little White Bird

J. M. Barrie

The Little White Bird is a British novel by J. M. Barrie, ranging in tone from fantasy and whimsy to social comedy with dark, aggressive undertones. It was published in November 1902, by Hodder & Stoughton in the UK and Scribner's in the US, although the latter had released …

30614. A History of the Mind

Nicholas Humphrey

A History of the Mind is a 1992 book about the mind-body problem by Nicholas Humphrey. It has been called one of the most interesting attempts to solve the problem.

30616. Body Alchemy

Loren Cameron

Body Alchemy: Transsexual Portraits is a 1996 book collecting photographs and writing of Loren Cameron. It documents the process of transition and everyday lives of the author and other transmen.

30618. The Journeyman Tailor

Gerald Seymour

The Journeyman Tailor is a book written by Gerald Seymour.

30621. The Dark Room

R. K. Narayan

The Dark Room is a novel written by R.K.Narayan, the well-known English-language novelist from India. Like most of his other works, this is a tale set in the fictitious town of Malgudi. This work of literature was first published in Great Britain in 1938 by Macmillan & Co., …

30622. The Middle Age of Mrs Eliot

Angus Wilson

The Middle Age of Mrs Eliot is a novel by Angus Wilson, first published in 1958. It won the James Tait Black Memorial Prize for that year, and has been regularly reprinted ever since. It describes the fortunes of Meg Eliot, a happy and active woman, the wife of a barrister, who …

30623. The Collected Poems of Howard Nemerov

Howard Nemerov

Collected Poems is a book written by Howard Nemerov.

30624. The Light Around the Body

Robert Bly

The Light Around the Body is a book written by Robert Bly.

30625. Murder in Little Egypt

Darcy O'Brien

Murder in Little Egypt is a book written by Darcy O'Brien.

30626. Typhoon

Joseph Conrad

Typhoon is a novella by Joseph Conrad, begun in 1899 and serialized in Pall Mall Magazine in January–March 1902. Its first book publication was in New York by Putnam in 1902; it was also published in Britain in Typhoon and Other Stories by Heinemann in 1903.

30627. Titanic: The Long Night

Diane Hoh

Titanic: The Long Night is a 1998 romance novel by Diane Hoh. It is an entirely fictional story set aboard on the real ship, Titanic. The plot centers around two main aspects. The first is the story of Elizabeth Farr, who is on the Titanic with her parents on the voyage to New …

30629. The Night Journey

Kathryn Lasky

The Night Journey is a 1981 novel by Kathryn Lasky.

30630. Kildee House

Rutherford George Montgomery

Kildee House is a children's novel by Rutherford George Montgomery. It tells the story of a house in a redwood forest which becomes a refuge for wildlife. The novel was first published in 1949 and was a Newbery Honor recipient in 1950. It is illustrated by Barbara Cooney.

30631. The Incomparable Atuk

Mordecai Richler

The Incomparable Atuk is a satirical novel by Canadian author Mordecai Richler. It was first published in 1963 by McClelland and Stewart. The novel was published as Stick Your Neck Out in the United States. The Incomparable Atuk tells the story of a Canadian Inuit who is …

30632. Winter Kills

Richard Condon

Winter Kills is a black comic novel by Richard Condon exploring the assassination of a U.S. President. The novel parallels the real life assassination of John F. Kennedy and the various conspiracy theories that surround the event.

30633. The Wishstone and the Wonderworkers

Hugh Cook

The Wishstone and the Wonderworkers is a book published in 1990 that was written by Hugh Cook.

30634. Far as Human Eye Could See

Isaac Asimov

Far as Human Eye Could See is the 19th collection of science essays by Isaac Asimov, short works which originally appeared in The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, these being first published between November 1984 and March 1986.

30635. King of the Jews

Nick Tosches

King of the Jews is a book by Nick Tosches. On the surface it is a biography of Arnold Rothstein, the man who reputedly fixed the 1919 World Series, inspired the characters of Meyer Wolfsheim in The Great Gatsby and Nathan Detroit in Guys and Dolls, and created the modern system …

30636. The Coral Sea

Patti Smith

The Coral Sea is a book by Patti Smith, published in 1996. In 2008 Smith released The Coral Sea as an album with musical accompaniment by Kevin Shields of My Bloody Valentine, recorded during two live performances of the duo.

30637. The Coachman Rat

David Henry Wilson

The Coachman Rat is an alternative account of the classic fairy tale Cinderella. It was published in 1989 and written by esteemed children's author David Henry Wilson.

30639. Waking the Dead

Scott Spencer

Waking the Dead is a 1986 novel by Scott Spencer. The book, Spencer's fourth, was adapted into a 2000 film of the same name starring Billy Crudup and Jennifer Connelly.

30641. The £1,000,000 Bank Note and Other New Stories

Mark Twain

The £1,000,000 Bank Note and Other New Stories is an 1893 collection of short stories by American writer Mark Twain.

30644. The Prize in the Game

Jo Walton

The Prize in the Game is Jo Walton's third novel, published by Tor Books in December 2002. The novel is a prequel to Walton's first two novels, The King's Peace and The King's Name; its main characters appear as minor or off-stage characters in those books. The story was loosely …

30645. Once in a Blue Moon

Magnus Mills

Once in a Blue Moon is the second collection of short stories by Magnus Mills. As in his novels, each is told by an unnamed narrator : "Once in a Blue Moon" in which the narrator acts as negotiator in an armed siege between the police and his mother. "The Good Cop" in which he …

30646. Desire

Frank Bidart

Desire is a book written by Frank Bidart.

30648. The Flickering Torch Mystery

Franklin W. Dixon

The Flickering Torch Mystery is Volume 22 in the original The Hardy Boys Mystery Stories published by Grosset & Dunlap. This book was written for the Stratemeyer Syndicate by Leslie McFarlane in 1943. Between 1959 and 1973 the first 38 volumes of this series were …

30649. The Crisscross Shadow

Franklin W. Dixon

The Crisscross Shadow is Volume 32 in the original The Hardy Boys Mystery Stories published by Grosset & Dunlap. This book was written for the Stratemeyer Syndicate by Richard Cohen in 1953. Between 1959 and 1973 the first 38 volumes of this series were systematically …

30650. Tarr

Wyndham Lewis

Tarr is a modernist novel by Wyndham Lewis, written in 1909–11, revised and expanded in 1914–15 and first serialized in the magazine The Egoist from April 1916 until November 1917. The American version was published in 1918, with an English edition published by the Egoist Press …

30652. Sky Island

Lyman Frank Baum

Sky Island: Being the Further Adventures of Trot and Cap'n Bill after Their Visit to the Sea Fairies is a children's fantasy novel written by L. Frank Baum, illustrated by John R. Neill, and published in 1912 by the Reilly & Britton Company—the same constellation of forces …

30653. Bikini Planet

David S. Garnett

Bikini Planet is a science fiction comedy written by David S. Garnett and released exclusively in the United Kingdom as a paperback. It is written as a sub-sequel to an earlier story written by Garnett in 1994, entitled Stargonauts, which features the some of the same settings …

30654. The Face in the Abyss

Abraham Merritt

The Face in the Abyss is a classic from a "golden age" of science fiction. A brilliant tale filled with weird imagination, marvelous writing, horror, beauty, and it may well be called the most "visual" book ever written for the world of fantasy. The Face in the Abyss is a grand …

30655. The Gay Place

Billy Lee Brammer

The Gay Place is a series of three novellas, with interlocking plots and characters, by American author Billy Lee Brammer. The novellas, published in a single book, include The Flea Circus, Room Enough to Caper and Country Pleasures. Set in an unnamed state identical to Texas, …

30656. Island

Jane Rogers

Island is a novel by Jane Rogers, first published in 1999. It is a contemporary novel set on an isolated Scottish island, partly inspired by Shakespeare's The Tempest. It uses folk tales and short episodes of brutal psychological realism to describe the mental transformation of …

30657. The house of breath

William Goyen

The House of Breath is a novel written by the American author William Goyen. It was his first book, published in 1950. It is not a novel in the usual sense in that it lacks traditional plot and character development. Upon its publication, reviewers noted the book for its unusual …

30662. Persuasion

Jane Austen

Persuasion is Jane Austen's last completed novel. She began it soon after she had finished Emma and completed it in August 1816. She died, at age 41, in 1817; Persuasion was published in December of that year. Persuasion is linked to Northanger Abbey not only by the fact that …

30663. The Autobiography of a Super-Tramp

W. H. Davies

The Autobiography of a Super-Tramp is an autobiography published in 1908 by the Welsh poet and writer W. H. Davies. A large part of the book's subject matter describes the way of life of the tramp in the United Kingdom, Canada and the United States in the final decade of the …

30664. A tour thro' the whole island of Great Britain

Daniel Defoe

A tour thro' the whole island of Great Britain is an account of his travels by English author Daniel Defoe, first published in three volumes between 1724 and 1727. Other than Robinson Crusoe, Tour was Defoe's most popular and financially successful work during the eighteenth …

30665. Boogiepop Returns: VS Imaginator Part 2

Kouhei Kadono

Boogiepop Returns: VS Imaginator Part 2 is the third novel in the Boogiepop series by Kouhei Kadono, and was illustrated by Kouji Ogata. It was released in English on October 15, 2006 by Seven Seas Entertainment.

30667. Anything but Straight: Unmasking the Scandals and …

Wayne Besen

Anything But Straight: Unmasking the Scandals and Lies Behind the Ex-Gay Myth is a 2003 book by Wayne Besen, a gay rights advocate.

30669. The Right to Arm Bears

Gordon R. Dickson

The Right to Arm Bears is a collection of Gordon R. Dickson's three science fiction novellas that occur on the planet Dilbia, where humans and an alien race known as Hemnoids are trying to win the support of the native bear-like population.

30672. The Secrets of Harry Bright

Joseph Wambaugh

The Secrets of Harry Bright is the seventh novel written by former Los Angeles Police Department detective Joseph Wambaugh. Published in 1985, the book continues a pattern of Wambaugh crime fiction beginning with The Choirboys that uses black humor to explore the psychological …

30673. The Night Land

William Hope Hodgson

The Night Land is a classic horror novel by William Hope Hodgson, first published in 1912. As a work of fantasy it belongs to the Dying Earth subgenre. Hodgson also published a much shorter version of the novel, entitled The Dream of X. The importance of The Night Land was …

30674. The Hidden Side of the Moon

Joanna Russ

The Hidden Side of the Moon is a feminist science fiction collection of short stories by Joanna Russ, first published in 1987 by St. Martin's Press. The collection covers stories published from 1952 to 1983.

30677. The Dick Gibson show

Stanley Elkin

The Dick Gibson show is the 1971 book written by Stanley Elkin.

30678. The Castles of Athlin and Dunbayne

Ann Radcliffe

The Castles of Athlin and Dunbayne. A Highland Story is a gothic novel by Ann Radcliffe first published in London by Thomas Hookham in 1789. The novel is a set in a powerful landscape which became familiar in her later work, with complex clan feuds and mysterious romantic …

30679. The Redwall Cookbook

Brian Jacques

The Redwall Cookbook is a cookbook based on food from the Redwall series. It contains recipes mentioned in the books, from Deeper'n'Ever Pie and Summer Strawberry Fizz to Abbey Trifle and Great Hall Gooseberry Fool.

30681. Alma Cogan

Gordon Burn

Alma Cogan is a 1991 novel by Gordon Burn, reprinted in 2004. It was Burn's first novel and won the Whitbread Book Award in 1991. In the UK it was published in 1991 with the title Alma Cogan. In the US, it was initially published as Alma. In real life, Alma Cogan was a …

30682. The Bob Dylan Encyclopedia

Michael Gray

The Bob Dylan Encyclopedia is a compendium of articles written by Michael Gray covering the life and work of Bob Dylan. It includes reviews of varying length for each album and numerous songs in Dylan's musical output, but is not just a work of music criticism. The topics for …

30683. Man Descending

Guy Vanderhaeghe

Man Descending is a collection of short stories written by Saskatchewan-born writer Guy Vanderhaeghe. The book was first published by Macmillan of Canada in 1982 and Vanderhaeghe went on to become one of the few first-time authors to win the coveted Governor General's Award for …

30684. This Island Earth

Raymond F. Jones

This Island Earth is a 1952 science fiction novel by Raymond F. Jones. It was first published in Thrilling Wonder Stories magazine as a serialized set of three novelettes by Raymond F. Jones: "The Alien Machine" in the June 1949 issue, "The Shroud of Secrecy" in the December …

30685. The Comforts of Madness

Paul Sayer

The Comforts of Madness is the debut novel of English author Paul Sayer. It won the 1988 Whitbread Award for both Best First Novel, and Book of the Year. Written while the author was working as a psychiatric nurse in Clifton Hospital in York, and drawing on his own experiences …

30686. The City and the Stars

Arthur C. Clarke

The City and the Stars is a science fiction novel by Arthur C. Clarke, published in 1956. This novel is a complete rewrite of his earlier novella, Against the Fall of Night, which was Clarke's first novel, and was published in Startling Stories magazine in 1948, after John W. …

30691. The Byworlder

Poul Anderson

The Byworlder is a novel by Poul Anderson.

30692. Divided City

Theresa Breslin

Divided City is a novel written by Theresa Breslin and published in 2005 by Doubleday. The novel is written for teenagers and adults concerning the problems of sectarianism in Glasgow and racism against asylum seekers. The main characters are young boys called Graham, a Rangers …

30693. Julia Child and More Company

Julia Child

Julia Child and More Company is a book written by Julia Child.

30694. Just Java

Peter van der Linden

Just Java is a book written by Peter van der Linden.

30695. SH: The Further Adventures of Sherlock Holmes

Arthur Conan Doyle

The famous detective Sherlock Homes and his loyal friend Dr John Watson undertake ten further adventures: A STUDY IN SCARLET THE DISAPPEARANCE OF LADY FRANCES CARFAX THE VALLEY OF FEAR THE SIGN OF THE FOUR THE ADVENTURE OF THE BRUCE-PARTINGTON PLAN THE ADVENTURE OF THE CARDBOARD …

30696. Gaia's Toys

Rebecca Ore

Gaia's Toys is a science fiction adventure by Rebecca Ore. The story is set in the near future when gene-hacking, medical nanotechnology, and environmental damage are commonplace. The lives of several of society's misfits intertwine in accelerating action. The title is ironic …

30697. The MacGuffin

Stanley Elkin

The MacGuffin is the book written by Stanley Elkin.

30698. Tree of Freedom

Rebecca Caudill

Tree of Freedom is a children's historical novel by Rebecca Caudill. It is a pioneer story set in Kentucky at the time of the American Revolutionary War. The novel, illustrated by Dorothy Morse, was first published in 1949 and was a Newbery Honor recipient in 1950.

30699. Hyperborea

Clark Ashton Smith

Hyperborea is a collection of fantasy short stories by Clark Ashton Smith, edited by Lin Carter. It was first published in paperback by Ballantine Books as the twenty-ninth volume of its celebrated Ballantine Adult Fantasy series in April 1971. It was the second themed …

30702. The Kind One

Tom Epperson

The Kind One is a book by Tom Epperson.

30703. A Suitable Boy

Vikram Seth

A Suitable Boy is a novel by Vikram Seth, published in 1993. At 1349 pages and 591,552 words, the book is one of the longest novels ever published in a single volume in the English language. A sequel, to be called A Suitable Girl, is due for publication in 2016.

30706. The last resort

Carmen Posadas

Rafael Molinet Rojas, an inconspicuous Spaniard living in London, regrettably finds that there is nothing worth living for when his closest companion–his mother–dies. Hoping to make a dignified–and, although he won’t admit it, dramatic–exit from this world, Molinet plots his …

30707. Phallos

Samuel R. Delany

Phallos is a short novel — or novella — by Samuel R. Delany, published by Bamberger Books. It was reissued by Wesleyan University Press in 2013. Phallos takes the form of a modern online essay recounting the history and giving a synopsis of a nonexistent novel also called …

30708. Horn of Africa

Philip Caputo

Horn of Africa is a novel written by Philip Caputo.

30709. Predator: The South China Sea

Jeff VanderMeer

Predator: The South China Sea is a book published in 2008 that was written by Jeff VanderMeer.

30711. The Nature of Rationality

Robert Nozick

The Nature of Rationality is 1993 book by Robert Nozick, an exploration of practical rationality.

30712. South Park Conservatives: The Revolt Against Liberal …

Brian C. Anderson

South Park Conservatives: The Revolt Against Liberal Media Bias is a book written by Brian C. Anderson. It explores the idea that the traditional mass media in the United States are biased towards liberals, but through new media, such as the Internet, cable television, and talk …

30713. The Jungle Book

Rudyard Kipling

The Jungle Book is a collection of stories by English author Rudyard Kipling. The stories were first published in magazines in 1893–94. The original publications contain illustrations, some by Rudyard's father, John Lockwood Kipling. Kipling was born in India and spent the first …

30714. The Memory Cathedral

Jack Dann

The Memory Cathedral: A Secret History of Leonardo da Vinci is a 1995 historical fantasy fiction novel by Jack Dann. It follows Leonardo da Vinci constructing his flying machine and then travelling to the East.

30717. The Nine Lives of Catseye Gomez

Simon Hawke

The Nine Lives of Catseye Gomez is a book published in 1992 that was written by Simon Hawke.

30718. The Fan

Bob Randall

The Fan is an Edgar Awards nominated novel written by Bob Randall.

30720. The four-chambered heart

Anais Nin

The Four-Chambered Heart is a 1950 autobiographical novel by French-born writer Anaïs Nin, part of her Cities of the Interior sequence. It is about a woman named Djuna, her love, her thoughts, her emotions, her doubts, her decisions, and her sacrifices. It is not considered as …

30721. A Writer's Life

Gay Talese

A Writer's Life is a 2006 autobiography by Gay Talese. The book focuses on many of the stories that Talese attempted to tell, but failed, such as spending six months working on a story about John and Lorena Bobbitt for The New Yorker only to have the piece rejected by New Yorker …

30723. Dream Dancer

Janet Morris

Dream Dancer is a 1980 novel by Janet Morris, the first in her Kerrion Space trilogy.

30724. The Maze

Will Hobbs

The Maze is a book written by Will Hobbs.

30725. The Horse God Built

Lawrence Scanlan

"For anybody who loves horses, and for all of those who are thrilled by horse racing and the behind-the-scenes drama of the track, The Horse That God Built is must reading."--Michael Korda, author of Horse PeopleMost of us know the legend of Secretariat, the tall, handsome …

30726. In The Lake Of The Moon

David L. Lindsey

In the Lake of the Moon is a book written by David L. Lindsey.

30728. Lost New York

Nathan Silver

Lost New York is a book written by Nathan Silver.

30730. The Weight-Loss Cure "They" Don't Want You to Know …

Kevin Trudeau

The Weight Loss Cure "They" Don't Want You to Know About is a weight loss book written by controversial author Kevin Trudeau. It was released in April 2007 by Alliance Publishing. Trudeau was convicted of felonies and fined by the Federal Trade Commission for making fraudulent …

30732. Sleuth

Anthony Schaffer

Sleuth is a 1970 play written by Anthony Shaffer. The play is set in the Wiltshire manor house of Andrew Wyke, an immensely successful mystery writer. Wyke's home reflects his obsession with the inventions and deceptions of fiction and his fascination with games and …

30734. Bigger Deal: A Year Inside the Poker Boom

Anthony Holden

Bigger Deal: A Year Inside the Poker Boom is Anthony Holden's followup to his 1990 book Big Deal: A Year as a Professional Poker Player. The book follows Holden's return to professional poker fifteen years after his last adventure ended. The book begins with the WSOP 2005, …

30735. The Misbegotten Son

Jack Olsen

The Misbegotten Son is a book written by Jack Olsen.

30736. The Quincunx of Time

James Blish

The Quincunx of Time is a short science fiction novel by James Blish. It is an extended version of a short story entitled "Beep", published by Galaxy Science Fiction magazine in 1954. The novel form was first published in 1973.

30739. Whale Song

Cheryl Kaye Tardif

Whale Song is a novel by Canadian author Cheryl Kaye Tardif. Whale Song was first self-published by Trafford Publishing in 2003. In the spring of 2006, the novel was picked up by Kunati Inc. Book Publishers, a Canadian publisher with offices in Ontario, Canada, and Florida, US …

30740. The Arabian Nights Murder

John Dickson Carr

The Arabian Nights Murder, first published in 1936, is a detective story by John Dickson Carr featuring his series detective Gideon Fell. This novel is a mystery of the type known as a whodunnit.

30742. Alien Plot

Piers Anthony

Alien Plot: A man of our world is sent across the boundaries of an alien dimension. His task is to infiltrate the native culture--But once there he discovers that an alien plot of ground can become home.This brand-new story leads off a collection of sixteen tales by Piers …

30743. Written in Blood

Diane Fanning

Written in Blood is a book written by Diane Fanning.

30744. The Newcomes

William Makepeace Thackeray

The Newcomes is a novel by William Makepeace Thackeray, first published in 1855.

30745. My Soul Is Rested: Movement Days in the Deep South …

Howell Raines

My Soul Is Rested: Movement Days in the Deep South Remembered is a book of oral history regarding the American Civil Rights Movement by journalist Howell Raines. It is based on interviews with people involved in — for and against — the struggle to end racial segregation in the …

30746. Strega Nona's Magic Lessons

Tomie dePaola

This delightful new edition of Tomie dePaola’s beloved classic tale stars Strega Nona at her trickiest—and bumbling Big Anthony at his silliest! Bambolona is tired of working in her Papa’s bakery. There is far too much to do! So she decides to go to wise Strega Nona and learn a …

30749. Basic Chess Endings

Reuben Fine

Basic Chess Endings is a book on chess endgames which was written by Grandmaster Reuben Fine and originally published on October 27, 1941. It is considered the first systematic book in English on the endgame phase of the game of chess. It is the best-known endgame book in …

30750. Falcons of Narabedla

Marion Zimmer Bradley

Falcons of Narabedla is a science fiction novel by Marion Zimmer Bradley set in the universe of her Darkover series. It was first published in book form in English by Ace Books in 1964, as an Ace Double with Bradley's collection The Dark Intruder and Other Stories on the other …

30751. Moonscatter

Jo Clayton

Moonscatter is a book published in 1983 that was written by Jo Clayton.

30752. The Gully Dwarves

Dan Parkinson

The Gully Dwarves is a fantasy novel by Dan Parkinson, set in the world of Dragonlance, and based on the Dungeons & Dragons role-playing game. It is the fifth novel in the "Lost Histories" series. It was published in paperback in June 1996. It continues the short story The …

30753. Red Earth, White Earth

Will Weaver

Red Earth, White Earth is a novel by Will Weaver, about conflicts between white farmers and native Ojibwes in northern Minnesota. The story follows Guy Pehrsson, a California computer entrepreneur who returns to Minnesota twelve years after he ran away at age eighteen. His …

30755. Getaway

Leslie Charteris

Getaway is the title of a mystery novel by Leslie Charteris first published in the United Kingdom in September 1932 by Hodder and Stoughton. This was the fifth full-length novel featuring the adventures of the modern day Robin Hood-inspired crimebuster Simon Templar, and the …

30757. The Müller-Fokker Effect

John Thomas Sladek

The Müller-Fokker Effect is a satirical science fiction novel written by John Sladek in 1970. It has long been out of print in the United States, having come out in a Pocket Books edition in 1973. A reprint was done in 1990 by Carroll & Graf. The title is a pun with the …

30758. Following Fake Man

Barbara Ware Holmes

Following Fake Man is a book by Barbara Ware Holmes.

30759. Lizzie Zipmouth

Jacqueline Wilson

Lizzie Zipmouth is a children's novel by author Jacqueline Wilson. It follows a young girl named Lizzie who copes with moving into a new home. It is aimed for 7- to 10-year-old readers, and is written in a fun and believable way to connect with the audience.

30761. Measle and the Mallockee

Ian Ogilvy

Measle and the Mallockee is a children's novel written by Ian Ogilvy and illustrated by Chris Mould. It is the third book in the Measle Stubbs series. The novel was first published in 2005 by OUP in the UK and Harper Collins in the US.

30762. Oxygen

Randall Ingermanson

Oxygen is a futuristic Christian novel by John B. Olson and Randall S. Ingermanson.

30763. The Traitor's Sword

Jan Siegel

The Traitor's Sword is a book published in 2005 that was written by Jan Siegel.

30767. The Missing Link

Kate Thompson

The Missing Link is a book published in 2000 that was written by Kate Thompson.

30770. An Insider's View of Mormon Origins

Grant H. Palmer

An Insider's View of Mormon Origins is a 2002 book on the origins of Mormonism by Grant H. Palmer, a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints who is a retired Church Educational System instructor and Institute director with a master's degree in history. Palmer's …

30771. The Hand of the Devil

Dean Vincent Carter

The Hand of the Devil is a 2006 fantasy horror novel written by Dean Vincent Carter. It is centred on a young man named Ashley Reeves, a journalist for a science magazine Missing Link. He receives a letter from a Reginald G. Mather to see the only example of the Ganges Red …

30772. Heaven and Earth

Ian Plimer

Climate, sea level, and ice sheets have always changed, and the changes observed today are less than those of the past. Climate changes are cyclical and are driven by the Earth's position in the galaxy, the sun, wobbles in the Earth's orbit, ocean currents, and plate tectonics. …

30773. The Last Canadian

William C. Heine

The Last Canadian is a 1974 science fiction novel by William C. Heine about the adventures of Eugene Arnprior after North America is devastated by a plague. The U.S. release of the novel was titled Death Wind.

30774. Ending Aging: The Rejuvenation Breakthroughs That …

Aubrey de Grey

Ending Aging: The Rejuvenation Breakthroughs that Could Reverse Human Aging in Our Lifetime is a 2007 book written by Aubrey de Grey, a biomedical gerontologist, with his research assistant Michael Rae. Ending Aging describes de Grey's proposal for eliminating aging as a cause …

30776. Double Full Moon Night

Gentry Lee

Double Full Moon Night is a book published in 1999 that was written by Gentry Lee.

30778. Snitch Jacket

Christopher Goffard

Snitch Jacket is a book by Christopher Goffard.

30779. The Elysium Commission

L. E. Modesitt Jr.

The Elysium Commission is a science fiction novel written by L. E. Modesitt, Jr. and published in 2007. Set in the far future, the novel follows private investigator Blaine Donne as he investigates several different cases. The novel has been designated as a Sci Fi channel …

30781. Razor's Edge

Lisanne Norman

Razor's Edge is the fourth book of the Sholan Alliance series published in 1997 that was written by Lisanne Norman.

30782. Warrior Angel

Margaret Weis

Once a dedicated soldier of the Knights Templar, Derek de Molay was betrayed and killed. So instead of an eternity in Heaven, he has decided to battle the Dark Angels of Hell. But as the war between good and evil rages, he is summoned back to the mortal realm to protect a woman …

30783. Blood and Fire

David Gerrold

Blood and Fire is a book published in 2003 that was written by David Gerrold.

30785. The Covenant

James A. Michener

The Covenant is a historical novel by American author James A. Michener, published in 1980.

30786. The Underdog

Markus Zusak

The Underdog is the first novel by Australian young-adult fiction writer Markus Zusak. Along with Fighting Ruben Wolfe and When Dogs Cry, The Underdog was published in the United States in 2011 as part of the anthology Underdogs.

30787. The World Is Full of Married Men

Jackie Collins

The World Is Full of Married Men is the debut novel of British author Jackie Collins, first published in 1968 by W. H. Allen.

30789. Until the Twelfth of Never

Bella Stumbo

Until the Twelfth of Never is a book written by Bella Stumbo.

30790. Of Human Bondage

W. Somerset Maugham

Of Human Bondage is a novel by W. Somerset Maugham. It is generally agreed to be his masterpiece and to be strongly autobiographical in nature, although Maugham stated, "This is a novel, not an autobiography, though much in it is autobiographical, more is pure invention." …

30791. Beware of the Purple Peanut Butter

R. L. Stine

"Reader beware--you choose the scare! GIVE YOURSELF GOOSEBUMPS! Your aunt and uncle told you to stay out of their basement. So, of course, you check it out. That's where you find the dusty old refrigerator. In the fridge there are two containers. One is filled with purple goop. …

30793. The Wonderful Wizard of Oz

Lyman Frank Baum

The Wonderful Wizard of Oz is a children's novel written by L. Frank Baum and illustrated by W. W. Denslow. Originally published by the George M. Hill Company in Chicago on May 17, 1900, it has since been reprinted numerous times, most often under the name The Wizard of Oz, …

30794. Flags of Our Fathers

James Bradley

Flags of Our Fathers is a New York Times bestselling book by James Bradley with Ron Powers about the five United States Marines and one United States Navy Corpsman who would eventually be made famous by Joe Rosenthal's lauded photograph of the flag raising at Iwo Jima, one of …

30796. A Time to Run

Barbara Boxer

A Time to Run is a political novel written by Senator Barbara Boxer with Mary-Rose Hayes. It was published by Chronicle Books and released late in 2005, to mixed and frequently partisan reviews.

30798. Brigham Young: American Moses

Leonard J. Arrington

Brigham Young: American Moses is a biography about Brigham Young by Dr. Leonard J. Arrington, published by Alfred A. Knopf in 1985.

30799. Diary of a Groupie

Omar Tyree

Diary of a Groupie is a book written by Omar Tyree.



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