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BH: Albert Ashforth signs and discusses: On Edge

When a former Army buddy is murdered by an Afghan military colleague, U.S. Army Special Investigator Alex Klear is called back into action in Afghanistan to investigate what is thought to be a classic green-on-blue killing. Alex finds Kabul in a state of chaos, partly under government control, partly controlled by the Taliban.


BH: Donna Galanti signs and discusses: Joshua and the Arrow Realm

Joshua never thought he'd return to the world of Nostos so soon. But when King Apollo needs his help in the Arrow Realm, Joshua's will and powers will be tested in order to save him. With Joshua's loyalties divided between our world and theirs, he wonders whether he alone can restore magic to the twelve powerless Olympian heirs, or whether he is being tricked into making the one mistake that might cost them all.


BH: Gene Marra signs and discusses: Dirty Dishes

Not since Anthony Bourdain’s release of Kitchen Confidential has a chef’s memoir galvanized the culinary world like Chef Vincent Falco’s visceral narrative, Dirty Dishes. Where Bourdain’s tale exposed the underbelly of the business in a more general, softer context, Chef Falco’s chronicle unmasks the naked truth of the business in a story of primal debauchery and lecherous antics. In this raucous, raunchy life story Falco eloquently strips the glamour from the industry while baring its seedy, vulgar side for all to see.

BH: Richard Klin discusses and signs his book: Abstract Expressionsim for Beginners

Abstract Expressionism was the defining movement in American art during the years following World War II, making New York City the center of the international art scene. But what the heck did it mean! The drips, the spills, the splashes, the blotches of color, the wild spontaneous energy—signifying what?

Abstract Expressionism for Beginners Cover Image
By Richard Klin, Lily Prince (Illustrator), Steven Zucker (Foreword by)
ISBN: 9781939994622
Availability: Usually Ships in 1-5 Days
Published: For Beginners - August 9th, 2016


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