We sell a lot of books, but this one took us by surprise! If you enjoy David Baldacci, Lee Child, Tom Clancy, Nelson DeMille, Ken Follett, Vince Flynn, James Patterson, Daniel Silva, or Brad Thor, odds are you’ll be smiling just a few pages into the new book by internationally bestselling author Tim Tigner, who began his career in Soviet counterintelligence with the U.S. Army Green Berets.
Aloha readers! Another nice surprise this week! Just when you thought you knew everything about Mark Twain! Author Bettye Oliger Fox presents us with a fascinating, easy-to-read biography of this unforgettable figure of American history’s time in 1800s Hawaii, “The Privilege of Man is to Dream: Mark Twain’s Visit to Hawaii.”
Occasionally, we like to remind you of books that are still just as important today as when they were first released. Author Dale Carnegie, born in poverty, became an American writer and lecturer and the developer of famous courses in self-improvement, salesmanship, corporate training, public speaking and interpersonal skills.
Throughout history, there have been those who have been called out toward the water. Some answer this calling by surfing, some by joining the Navy, or taking up recreational boating as a hobby, among other things. However, there are those who feel the seas beckoning them to a greater endeavor…
Celebrating the long-standing mythology of faeries is this beautifully illustrated deluxe collectors’s edition of “Faeries” by the two famous artists, Brian Froud and Alan Lee. Froud and Lee became even more world renown after being hired by Peter Jackson to assist him for “The Lord of the Rings” movies.