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The brutal and intricately choreographed interrogation at the heart of this novel pits a middle-aged radical with secrets to keep against a man who will do anything to tear them into the open. To cope, Augustus Rose shuts out the pain and wanders through memories of the women who have shaped his life. The reader sees the world mature through the eyes of a '60s revolutionary who grew up in '50s Harlem, came of age in Grenwich Village, & has been on the run ever since.For Harper, the American agent, all that matters is bringing down the terrorist network his target answers to. 'A Day and a Night and a Day' is as much thriller as penetratimg study of what motivates the most basic human agression.
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By Blood We Live

By Glen Duncan

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"From the author of the best sellers The Last Werewolf and Talulla Rising, the hair-raising conclusion to the saga that has galvanized readers' imaginations: an electrifying, startlingly erotic love story that gives us the final battle for survival between werewolves and vampires, and one last incisive--brilliantly ironic--look at what it means to be, or to not be, human. Talulla has settled into an uneasy equilibrium: with her twins at her side and the devotion of her lover Walker, it's a normal familylife--except for their monthly transformation into werewolves hungry for human flesh. But even this tenuous peace is interrupted for Talulla by nagging thoughts of Remshi, the 20,000-year-old vampire who haunts her dreams. In turn Remshi can't escape thefeeling that he knows Talulla from years before (many, many, many years). They have their distractions: Talulla is being pursued by a fanatical Christian cult, and Remshi is following the trail of reckless feedings by a newly turned vampire. But, as the novel unfurls, they are inextricably drawn to each other--and toward the moment when an ancient prophecy may finally come to pass--in this tale of pulse-pounding supernatural suspense"--
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Death of an Ordinary Man

By Glen Duncan

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Natham Clark's gravestone reads. 'At rest.' But Nathan is not at rest, and knows he won't be until he finds out why he died. How has he come to hover over his own funeral, a spectral spectator to the grief of his family and friends? Privy now to their innermost thoughts and feelings, Nathan spends the day of his wake getting to know the living as he has never known them before. But why isn't Nathan's young daughter Lois at the wake? Who are the two strangers at the funeral, and why does their presence fill him with dread. Nathan knows he has only so long to unlock these mysteries, because he is drawn time and again to a room in his house he never knew existed - a room that holds a terrifying secret.
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Rendered the last of his kind after a colleague's death, 200-year-old werewolf Jake struggles with depression and contemplates suicide until powerful forces that have personal agendas and the power to keep him alive take over his life. 100,000 first printing.
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I, Lucifer

By Glen Duncan

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Offered a chance to redeem himself by living a good life in human form, Lucifer inhabits the body of a suicidal writer and intends to set the world straight on everything from Adam and Eve to the Inquisition and Elton John.
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The "Mother Road" hauled it all, traversing the American West from Chicago to Santa Monica Beach, the last 350 miles through Southern California. For settlers, Depression-era "Okies" and "Arkies," and post-World War II families bound for suburbia, Route 66 was a migration funnel for generations. Wending through the mountains and badlands of San Bernardino County into Los Angeles County, Route 66 became a state of mind and a catchphrase for travelers everywhere, especially after singer Bobby Troupe popularized the hit song "(Get Your Kicks on) Route 66" and actors Martin Milner and George Maharis hit the road with the ragtop down and the shades on in the namesake television series that seemed to go anywhere every week. The shield of the Route 66 sign has become iconography for the growth of Southern California's economy, population, popularity, and folklore.
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Talulla Rising

By Glen Duncan

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A follow-up to The Last Werewolf continues the epic struggle of Talullah, who after losing Jake and giving birth to a son confronts a psychotic new WOCOP leader, an unlikely human lover, blood-drinking religious fanatics, a pack of London werewolves and the world's oldest living vampire. 100,000 first printing.
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With the same vicious imagination, blood-dark humor, and ferocious narrative energy of his bestselling novel The Last Werewolf, Glen Duncan now delivers a heroine like no other. Grieving for her werewolf lover, Jake, whose violent death has left her alone with her own sublime monstrousness, Talulla Demetriou is pregnant and on the run, fleeing to a remote Alaskan lodge to have her child in secret. There, with her infant son in her arms, it looks as if the worst is over. Until the door bursts open and she discovers that the nightmare is only just beginning. Tormented by guilt and fuelled by rage, Talulla is suddenly plunged into a race against time to save her son. Pursued by deadly forces, including (rumor has it) the oldest living vampire on earth, the odds seem hopeless. Unless, of course, a mother's love for her child turns out to be the deadliest force of all. . .
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The Last Werewolf

By Glen Duncan

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Rendered the last of his kind after a colleague's death, 200-year-old werewolf Jake struggles with depression and contemplates suicide until powerful forces that have personal agendas and the power to keep him alive take over his life. By the author of A Day and a Night and a Day. Reprint.
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The Last Werewolf

By Glen Duncan

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A powerful, definitive new version of the werewolf legend – mesmerizing and incredibly sexy. In the character of Jake, a bit on the elderly side (he turns 201 in March), we encounter a werewolf suffering depression, to the point he is actually contemplating suicide – even if it means terminating a legend thousands of years old. And, after the unfortunate and violent death of his one contemporary, he is now the last of his species. It would seem to be easy enough for him to end everything. But for very different reasons there are two dangerous groups pursuing him who will stop at nothing to keep him alive. 293p.
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The Last Werewolf

By Glen Duncan

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Presented on 9 CDs with a 11.5-hour Runtime; Unabridged.
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