Want inexpensive cuts of meat to get tender in a fraction of the time of your slow cooker? Want fresh vegetables to retain their nutrients? Use your pressure cooker and these 225 recipes! Color photo insert.
In this sequel to Learning to Swim, reporter Troy Chance is shocked to discover a man she knows frozen in the ice of Saranac Lake. Did white-collar Tobin’s death have something to do with his blue-collar lifestyle?
When Chicky decides to turn the old Stone House into a restful place for a holiday by the sea, the town thinks she is crazy...and when the eclectic and eccentric guests start arriving, they may be right!
Henrietta Cynster, known in London society as “The Matchbreaker,” swears that love is not her destiny—until she’s honor-bound to assist dashing James Glossop in finding a suitable bride. Has Henrietta met her match?
Foster caregiver and author of Damaged, Cathy Glass, tells the story of a little girl whose older siblings were rescued from the home of their abusive mother while she was forgotten. Was it too late to save Aimee?
The tradition of anti-Judaism in Western history has often been viewed as a product of ideological extremes—but Nirenberg upends this view, showing how it is in fact a central way of thinking in the Western tradition.
From the bestselling author of Plainsong comes a story of life and death, and the ties that bind. Bracing, sad and deeply illuminating, author Kent Haruf reveals the compassion of a small town's inhabitants.
This shocking memoir from the niece of the Church of Scientology’s director reveals her daring escape from the controversial church, shedding light on their disconnection policy, celebrity culture and more. Color photos.
The story of seven women who steered England through the Wars of the Roses, the series of conflicts that tore apart fifteenth-century England, toppling the Plantagenet dynasty and ushering in the rise of the Tudors.
Turn up the heat with 150 bold recipes for cooking low and slow over an open flame from the grill master who stokes America's passion for grilling on Food Network’s “Bobby Flay’s Barbecue Addiction.” Color photos.
Who was the real Davy Crockett and how did his legend come to capture the American imagination? Thompson looks at the real hero and his Disney-enhanced afterlife to delve into our fascination with this enduring icon.
A mugging gone wrong turns into a calculated murder when Lt. Eve Dallas discovers the victim, a well-off accountant, may have had something on one of her clients. And Eve means to catch him…by using herself as bait.
As hairstylist Dorrie drives her elderly client to a far-off funeral, the trip becomes a life-changing journey as Isabelle reveals her long-held secret—a forbidden romance with her family housekeeper’s black son….
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