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John Grisham is the home run king of legal thrillers. Fans devour his books and can't wait for each blockbuster book every February. Since 2001, he has written a second, lightweight novella in the fall. This is gourmet Grisham. But who is John Grisham-th
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Lady Chatterley's Lover. The Blue Lagoon. Portnoy's Complaint. The Da Vinci Code. For the last century, the tastes and preferences of the common reader have been reflected in the American and British bestseller lists, and this Very Short Introduction take
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Once upon a time four aspiring authors met at their very first writers' conference. Ten years later they're still friends, survivors of the ultra-competitive New York publishing world. Mallory St. James is a workaholic whose bestsellers support a lavish lifestyle. Tanya Mason is a single mother juggling two jobs, two kids, and too many deadlines. Faye Truett is the wife of a famous televangelist and the author of inspirational romances: no one would ever guess her explosive secret.
For decades, #1 New York Times best-selling author Wayne Dyer has been inspiring people to change their lives. Now three of his most fascinating books are collected in this single volume: The Power of Intention details Wayne s research on intention as a f
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This documentary profiles the "vampire queen" of New Orleans, Anne Rice. The author of the popular vampire books, such as The Interview with a Vampire, talks about her life and the inspiration she takes from her native city. Before achieving literary fame with The Vampire Chronicles, Rice had long been interested in the city's colorful history, penning several historical novels about the Crescent City, including The Feast of All Saints, a story about the Free People of Color of New Orleans.
Bestsellers in Nineteenth Century America seeks to produce for students novels, poems and other printed material that sold extremely well when they first appeared in the United States. Many of the most famous American works of the nineteenth century that we know today such as Herman Melville's Moby-Dick were not widely read when they first appeared.