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              The Woman Who Stole Vermeer: The True Story of Rose Dugdale and the Russborough House Art Heist
               

              The Woman Who Stole Vermeer: The True Story of Rose Dugdale and the Russborough House Art Heist (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Amore, Anthony M.

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              The extraordinary life and crimes of heiress-turned-revolutionary Rose Dugdale, who in 1974 became the only woman to pull off a major art heist.

              ISBN 9781643138503
              Publisher Pegasus Books
              Interest Age General Audience
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              Coco at the Ritz: A Novel
               

              Coco at the Ritz: A Novel (Hardback)

              By Diliberto, Gioia

              • RRP: $49.99
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              • Pub Date
                2 Feb 22

              A riveting and prismatic novel of the eternally enigmatic Coco Chanel in the aftermath of World War II.

              ISBN 9781643138411
              Released NZ 2 Feb 2022
              Publisher Pegasus Books
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              Learwife
               

              Learwife (Hardback)

              By Thorp, J. R.

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              Inspired by Shakespeare's King Lear, this breathtaking debut novel tells the story of the most famous woman ever written out of literary history. I am the queen of two crowns, banished fifteen years, the famed and gilded woman, bad-luck baleful girl, mother of three small animals..., now gone. I am fifty-five years old. I am Lear's wife. I am here. Word has come. Care-bent King Lear is dead, driven mad and betrayed. His three daughters too, broken in battle. But someone has survived: Lear's queen. Exiled to a nunnery years ago, written out of history, her name forgotten. Now she can tell her story. Though her grief and rage may threaten to crack the earth open, she knows she must seek answers. Why was she sent away in shame and disgrace? What has happened to Kent, her oldest friend and ally? And what will become of her now, in this place of women? To find peace she must reckon with her past and make a terrible choice - one upon which her destiny, and that of the entire abbey, rests. Giving unforgettable voice to a woman whose absence has been a tantalising mystery, Learwife is a breathtaking novel of loss, renewal and how history bleeds into the present.
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              ISBN 9781643138237
              Publisher Pegasus Books
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              Ice Angel: An Alex Turner Thriller

              Ice Angel: An Alex Turner Thriller (Hardback)

              By Hart, Matthew

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              In this explosive sequel to The Russian Pink, Alex and Lily are thrust into a murderous cat-and-mouse across the Arctic diamond fields, dodging Chinese assassins while at the same time struggling with the personal betrayals that torment their passionate affair.

              ISBN 9781643138114
              Released NZ 1 Oct 2021
              Publisher Pegasus Books
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              The Savage Kind: A Mystery

              The Savage Kind: A Mystery (Hardback)

              By Copenhaver, John

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              Two lonely teenage girls in 1940s Washington, DC, discover they have a penchant for solving crimes--and an even greater desire to commit them--in the new mystery novel by Macavity Award-winning novelist John Copenhaver. Philippa Watson, a good-natured yet troubled seventeen-year-...old, has just moved to Washington, DC. She's lonely until she meets Judy Peabody, a brilliant and tempestuous classmate. The girls become unlikely friends and fashion themselves as intellectuals, drawing the notice of Christine Martins, their dazzling English teacher, who enthralls them with her passion for literature and her love of noirish detective fiction. When Philippa returns a novel Miss Martins has lent her, she interrupts a man grappling with her in the shadows of the school. Frightened, Philippa flees, unsure who the man is or what she's seen. Days later, her teacher returns to school altered: a dark shell of herself. On the heels of her teacher's transformation, a classmate is found dead in the Anacostia River--murdered--the body stripped and defiled with a mysterious inscription. As the girls follow the clues and wrestle with newfound feelings toward each other, they suspect that the killer is closer to their circle than they imagined--and that the greatest threat they face may not be lurking in the halls at school, or in the city streets, but creeping out from a murderous impulse of their own.
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              ISBN 9781643138091
              Released NZ 1 Oct 2021
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              They Are Already Here: UFO Culture and Why We See Saucers

              They Are Already Here: UFO Culture and Why We See Saucers (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Scoles, Sarah

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              An anthropological look at the UFO community, told through first-person experiences with researchers in their element as they pursue what they see as a solvable mystery--both terrestrial and cosmic. More than half a century since Roswell, UFOs have been making headlines once agai...n. On December 17, 2017, the New York Times ran a front-page story about an approximately five-year Pentagon program called the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program. The article hinted, and its sources clearly said in subsequent television interviews, that some of the ships in question couldn't be linked to any country. The implication, of course, was that they might be linked to other solar systems. The UFO community--those who had been thinking about, seeing, and analyzing supposed flying saucers (or triangles or chevrons) for years--was surprisingly skeptical of the revelation. Their incredulity and doubt rippled across the internet. Many of the people most invested in UFO reality weren't really buying it. And as Scoles did her own digging, she ventured to dark, conspiracy-filled corners of the internet, to a former paranormal research center in Utah, and to the hallways of the Pentagon. In They Are Already Here we meet the bigwigs, the scrappy upstarts, the field investigators, the rational people, and the unhinged kooks of this sprawling community. How do they interact with each other? How do they interact with anomalous phenomena ? And how do they (as any group must) reflect the politics and culture of the larger world around them? We will travel along the Extraterrestrial Highway (next to Area 51) and visit the UFO Watchtower, where seeking lights in the sky is more of a spiritual quest than a gotcha one. We meet someone who, for a while, believes they may have communicated with aliens. Where do these alleged encounters stem from? What are the emotional effects on the experiencers?
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              ISBN 9781643137650
              Released NZ 1 Aug 2021
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              The Sisterhood of the Enchanted Forest: Sustenance, Wisdom, and Awakening in Finland's Karelia

              The Sisterhood of the Enchanted Forest: Sustenance, Wisdom, and Awakening in Finland's Karelia (Hardback)

              By Moriyama, Naomi; Doyle, William

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              What would happen if your culture and society were formed inside a foerst-where women were full partners in power. How would that shape the future? Take a journey deep into one of the world's last great wildernesses and join the sisterhood...

              ISBN 9781643136462
              Released NZ 1 Nov 2021
              Publisher Pegasus Books
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              Fishing the Wild Waters: An Angler's Search for Peace and Adventure in the Wilderness
               

              Fishing the Wild Waters: An Angler's Search for Peace and Adventure in the Wilderness (Hardback)

              By Sullivan, Conor

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              From the azure waters of Hawaii to the pristine streams in Alaska to the craggy New England coast, a devoted angler reveals the agony and ecstasy of fishing.

              ISBN 9781643138312
              Released NZ 7 Dec 2021
              Publisher Pegasus Books
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              Family Business: A Lydia Chin/Bill Smith Mystery
               

              Family Business: A Lydia Chin/Bill Smith Mystery (Hardback)

              By Rozan, S. J.

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              • Pub Date
                2 Feb 22

              The death of a powerful Chinatown crime boss thrusts private eye Lydia Chin and her partner Bill Smith into a world of double-dealing, subterfuge, murder, and--because this is New York City--real estate in this new mystery by Edgar Award-winning novelist S. J. Rozan. The death of... Chinatown's most powerful mogul, a powerful Chinatown crime boss, thrusts private eye Lydia Chin and her partner Bill Smith into a world of double-dealing, murder, and real estate scandal in this new mystery by the award winning novelist S. J. Rozan. Choi has left the Tong headquarters building to his niece, who hires Lydia and her partner, Bill Smith, to accompany her to inspect it. The building is at the center of a tug-of-war between Chinatown preservation interests--including Lydia's brother Tim--and a real estate developer who's desperate to get his hands on it. When Lydia, Bill, and Choi's niece go to the building, they discover the Tong members are equally divided on the question of whether the niece should hold onto the building, or sell it--and make them rich. Entering Choi's private living quarters they find the murdered body of Choi's chief lieutenant. The battle for the building has begun. Can Lydia and Bill escape being caught in the crossfire?
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              ISBN 9781643138299
              Released NZ 2 Feb 2022
              Publisher Pegasus Books
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              Series Lydia Chin/Bill Smith Mysteries
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              The Embodied Mind: Understanding the Mysteries of Cellular Memory, Consciousness, and Our Bodies
               

              The Embodied Mind: Understanding the Mysteries of Cellular Memory, Consciousness, and Our Bodies (Hardback)

              By Verny, Thomas R.

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              As groundbreaking synthesis that promises to shift our understanding of the mind-brain connection and its relationship with our bodies.

              ISBN 9781643137995
              Publisher Pegasus Books
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