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henry holt and co february 2014 the innocent sleep a novel karen perry the innocent sleep the guilty never rest when a couple s lost child resurfaces they are forced to embark on a journey into their shared past one rife with dark secrets and lies karen perry s thriller begins in tangier where harry is preparing his wife s birthday dinner while she is still at work and their son dillon is upstairs asleep in bed harry suddenly remembers that he s left robin s gift at the café in town it s only a five minute walk away and dillon s so tricky to put down for the night so harry decides to run out on his own and fetch the present disaster strikes an earthquake hits buildings crumble people scream and run harry fights his way through the crowd to his house only to find it razed to the ground dillon is presumed dead though his body is never found five years later harry and robin have settled into a new kind of life after relocating to their native dublin their grief will always be with them

henry holt and co march 2014 how about neveris never good for you my life in cartoons bob mankoff memoir in cartoons by the longtime cartoon editor of the new yorker biography autobiography general henry holt and co 3/25/2014 9780805095906 $32.50 $37.50 can hardback 304 pages carton qty 20 8.000 in w 10.000 in h 1.000 lb wt 250 b&w halftones subrights second serial book club electronic reprint british translation other available formats ebook isbn 9780805095913 marketing author appearances national review and feature attention national media attention national advertising campaign including the new yorker online promotions and features advance reader s edition www.bobmankoff.com people tell bob mankoff that as the cartoon editor of the new yorker he has the best job in the world never one to beat around the bush he explains to us in the opening of this singular delightfully eccentric book that because he is also a cartoonist at the magazine he actually has two of the best

henry holt and co february 2014 what makes olga run the mystery of the 90something track star and what she can teach us about living longer happier lives bruce grierson a fascinating look at the way we age today and the extent to which we can shape the process in what makes olga run bruce grierson explores what the wild success of a ninetythreeyearold track star can tell us about how our bodies and minds age olga kotelko is not your average ninetythreeyearold she not only looks and acts like a much younger woman she holds over twentythree world records in track and field seventeen in her current ninety to ninetyfive category convinced that this remarkable woman could help unlock many of the mysteries of aging grierson set out to uncover what it is that s driving olga he considers every piece of the puzzle from her diet and sleep habits to how she scores on various personality traits from what she does in her spare time to her family history olga participates in tests administered by

henry holt and co april 2014 a farm dies once a year a memoir arlo crawford an intimate gorgeously observed memoir about family and farming that forms a powerful lesson in the hardearned risks that make life worth living the summer he was thirtyone arlo crawford returned home for the summer harvest at new morning farm seventyfive acres tucked in a hollow in south central pennsylvania where his parents had been growing organic vegetables for almost forty years biography autobiography personal memoirs henry holt and co 4/1/2014 9780805098167 $25.00 $29.00 can hardback 272 pages carton qty 20 5.500 in w 8.250 in h 1.000 lb wt 1 map subrights first serial second serial audio book club electronic reprint british translation other available formats ebook isbn 9780805098174 marketing like many summers before arlo returned to the family farm s familiar rhythms rise eat bend pick sort sweat sleep but this time he was also there to change his direction like his father years ago in the

metropolitan books january 2014 the empire of necessity slavery freedom and deception in the new world greg grandin from the acclaimed author of fordlandia the story of a remarkable slave rebellion that illuminates america s struggle with slavery and freedom during the age of revolution and beyond one morning in 1805 off a remote island in the south pacific captain amasa delano a new england seal hunter climbed aboard a distressed spanish ship carrying scores of west africans he thought were slaves they weren t having earlier seized control of the vessel and slaughtered most of the crew they were staging an elaborate ruse acting as if they were humble servants when delano an idealistic antislavery republican finally realized the deception he responded with explosive violence drawing on research on four continents the empire of necessity explores the multiple forces that culminated in this extraordinary event an event that already inspired herman melville s masterpiece benito cereno

metropolitan books april 2014 revolutionary russia 1891 1991 a history orlando figes from the author of a people s tragedy an original reading of the russian revolution examining it not as a single event but as a hundredyear cycle of violence in pursuit of utopian dreams in this elegant and incisive account orlando figes offers an illuminating new perspective on the russian revolution while other historians have focused their examinations on the cataclysmic years immediately before and after 1917 figes shows how the revolution while it changed in form and character nevertheless retained the same idealistic goals throughout from its origins in the famine crisis of 1891 until its end with the collapse of the soviet regime in 1991 figes traces three generational phases lenin and the bolsheviks who set the pattern of destruction and renewal until their demise in the terror of the 1930s the stalinist generation promoted from the lower classes who created the lasting structures of the

metropolitan books april 2014 why the germans why the jews envy race hatred and the prehistory of the holocaust götz aly a provocative and insightful analysis that sheds new light on one of the most puzzling and historically unsettling conundrums why the germans why the jews countless historians have grappled with these questions but few have come up with answers as original and insightful as those of maverick german historian götz aly tracing the prehistory of the holocaust from the 1800s to the nazis assumption of power in 1933 aly shows that german antisemitism was to a previously overlooked extent driven in large part by material concerns not racist ideology or religious animosity as germany made its way through the upheaval of the industrial revolution the difficulties of the lethargic economically backward german majority stood in marked contrast to the social and economic success of the agile jewish minority this success aroused envy and fear among the gentile population

times books january 2014 quick and nimble lessons from leading ceos on how to create a culture of innovation adam bryant more than two hundred ceos reveal their candid insights on how to build and foster a corporate culture that encourages innovation and drives results in quick and nimble adam bryant draws on interviews with more than two hundred ceos to offer business leaders the wisdom and guidance to move an organization faster to be quick and nimble and to rekindle the whateverittakes collective spark of a startup all with the goal of innovating and thriving in a relentlessly challenging global economy by analyzing the lessons that these leaders have shared in his regular corner office feature in the new york times bryant has identified the biggest drivers of corporate culture bringing them to life with realworld examples that reflect this hardearned wisdom these men and women whose ranks include jeff weiner of linkedin tony hsieh of zappos angie hicks of angie s list steve case

times books february 2014 mad as hell the making of network and the fateful vision of the angriest man in movies dave itzkoff the behindthescenes story of the making of the iconic movie network which transformed the way we think about television and the way television thinks about us i m mad as hell and i m not going to take this anymore those words spoken by an unhinged anchorman named howard beale the mad prophet of the airwaves took america by storm in 1976 when network became a sensation with a superb cast including faye dunaway william holden peter finch and robert duvall directed by sidney lumet the film won four academy awards and indelibly shaped how we think about corporate and media power in mad as hell dave itzkoff of the new york times recounts the surprising and dramatic story of how network made it to the screen such a movie rarely gets made any more one man s vision of the world independent of studio testing or market research and that man was paddy chayefsky the

index aly götz why the germans why the jews envy race hatred and the prehistory of the holocaust 18 angwin julia dragnet nation a quest for privacy security and freedom in a world of relentless surveillance 24 ballad of barnabas pierkiel the a novel magdalena zyzak 5 bayard louis roosevelt s beast a novel 10 black benjamin the black-eyed blonde a philip marlowe novel 8 black-eyed blonde the a philip marlowe novel benjamin black 8 book of jonah the a novel joshua max feldman 2 bryant adam quick and nimble lessons from leading ceos on how to create a culture of innovation 21 crawford arlo a farm dies once a year a memoir 11 cruel and shocking act a the secret history of the kennedy assassination philip shenon 13 davis seth wooden a coach s life 22 dragnet nation

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