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The Beginnings of Angels

The Beginnings of Angels

by Sulavik, Andrew T.

For millennia, man has grappled with the notion that there are beings that connect us to a higher order, to Gods. In this study, Sulavik draws from exhaustive research to elucidate the origins of angels--not only from the Christian perspective, but also from other religions such as Judaism and Zoroastrianism...

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Brighter Graphite

Brighter Graphite

by Horvath, Micahel

Two startling, quirky and wry novellas that present allegorical worlds around life, death and art. Graphite presents an otherworldly tale of a man in search of the source for the world's most perfect graphite lead cores, turning up a revelation profoundly altering his life. In Brighter, Jano Gambon, a decadent art dealer reveals events that led him to his honor and horror during his final days.

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The Colorman

The Colorman

by Wood, Erika

  In this elegiac and brutally honest debut work, a young artist, Rain Morton, attempts to make her mark in Manhattan's art world despite the weight of influence upon her: her art critic husband, her art dealer step-mother and her father, a renowned author...

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The Duffer's Handbook of Golf

The Duffer's Handbook of Golf

by Rice, Grantland

  Grantland Rice (1880-1954), famous for his musings and sports stories in the New York Herald Tribune, was arguably the best-loved sports writer of the 20th century. He ultimately established himself nationally in New York at the Herald Tribune. Rice was famous for his literary flourishes, and some of his writing has survived as classic American idioms...

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A Game For Life

A Game For Life

by Westmoreland, Gene

In A Game for Life: Golf's Rules & Rewards, Gene Westmoreland imparts his wisdom and experience on how golf's treasures lie well beyond the score...

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Golf Unplugged

Golf Unplugged

by Apfelbaum, Jim

  With sharp wit and humor, veteran golf Journalist and historian Jim Apfelbaum examines the game's oddities, rarities, heroes and duffers.  A hilarious yet insightful look at how the game has bamboozled players for over 400 years...perhaps now more than ever. Among the author's swing thoughts: The story behind Ben Hogan's secret sixth lesson... The 3 putt that Bobby Jones nearly fanned.....

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The Indispensable Guide to Classic Men's Clothing

The Indispensable Guide to Classic Men's Clothing

by Karlen, Joshua

  A best-selling resource for men's style and clothing, The Indispensable Guide to Classic Men's Clothing takes the mystery out of dressing well. This volume answers hundreds of questions about classic articles in a man's wardrobe, from ascots to wingtips...

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The Journal

The Journal

by Karlen, Josh

Following his parents' deaths, a son discovers their personal journals and uses them to piece together the evolution of their marriage, its break-up and the lives they lived and the many they touched.

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Kremlin Speak

Kremlin Speak

by Alpert, Lukas I

If you thought Moscow's propaganda campaigns ended with the Cold War, think again. The Kremlin's efforts to influence global discourse has only grown more sophisticated with the creation of state-run, English-language broadcaster RT...

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Lost Lustre

Lost Lustre

by Karlen, Joshua

Muggings on Avenue C, punk bands at CBGB, parties in a nascent SoHo, dropping out from the famous Music & Art High School. In this episodic, coming-of-age memoir, Josh Karlen chronicles growing up in New York's Greenwich Village and crime-ridden Alphabet City in the 70s and early 80s...

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My Cancer Year

My Cancer Year

by Pesmen, Curtis

In MY CANCER YEAR, Curtis Pesmen, a veteran health journalist and book author, chronicles his successful fight with advanced colon cancer in a brutally honest and illuminating memoir...

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Rain Forest Wisdom

Rain Forest Wisdom

by Grant, Andrew

With renewed interest in man's primal antecedents, Rain Forest Wisdom offers a wealth of examples of the gorilla's behavior and what that tells us about being human--from low-fat, high protein diet, to caring for the young to group dynamics and even leadership...

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Real Hollywood Stories

Real Hollywood Stories

by Raab, Scott

  For 15 years, Esquire's Scott Raab has intimately (and wittily) profiled celebrities--from Will Ferrell and Sean Penn to Ryan Seacrest and Bill Murray--and more. In Real Hollywood Stories, Raab presents his greatest hits--22 profiles from Esquire and GQ--with 20-plus stories of fresh perspective--on what it means; feels like to get up close and personal with the biggest stars of our time. 

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A Room in Athens

A Room in Athens

by Karlen Santamaria, Frances

First published in 1970, A Room in Athens is the remarkable journal of a free-
spirited, young American woman abroad in Greece with her writer husband in 1964. Inspired by the sixties’ vogue for the exuberant land of Zorba and Lawrence Durrell, they seek an Aegean idyll–but their plans threaten to go awry when she learns she is pregnant...

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A Room in Athens

A Room in Athens

by Karlen Santamaria, Frances

First published in 1970, A Room in Athens is the remarkable journal of a free-
spirited, young American woman abroad in Greece with her writer husband in 1964. Inspired by the sixties’ vogue for the exuberant land of Zorba and Lawrence Durrell, they seek an Aegean idyll–but their plans threaten to go awry when she learns she is pregnant...

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Scotland's Gift

Scotland's Gift

by MacDonald, Charles

One of the real masterpieces of golf literature... Joseph S.F. Murdoch   First published in 1928, Charles Blair Macdonald's Scotland's Gift is arguably the most important book ever written on early American golf...

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Season of Betrayal

Season of Betrayal

by Robertson, Margaret Lowrie

Snipers, shelling, car bombs, suicide attacks. This is Beirut 1983, and Lara McCauley is an outsider in a city at war. Against this chaotic canvas, Lara tries to hold her marriage together, but her life is quietly falling apart...

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The Test

The Test

by Lansing, John

The Test is a coming of age tale, set on Long Island in 1963, that deals with race, violence, social politics, and young love. It was a time when suburban America was about to undergo seismic societal changes...

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Your Prostate Cancer Survivors' Guide

Your Prostate Cancer Survivors' Guide

by Pesmen, Curtis

Written to help men manage the challenges of survivorship of this devastating but beatable disease...

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  • The Journal
  • Kremlin Speak
  • Lost Lustre
  • My Cancer Year
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Tatra Press was founded in 1998 in the shadows of the Brooklyn Bridge.
It is now located in a spot called Croton-on-Hudson, New York,
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