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In this game, he isn't the hero. There are no damsels to save. There are no bad guys to vanquish. In fact, he might just be the villain. (This novel contains graphic violence and language.
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Advanced and Emerging Polybenzoxazine Science and Technology introduces advanced topics of benzoxazine resins and polybenzoxazines as presented through the collaboration of leading experts in the benzoxazine community, representing the ...
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This book is essential for researchers in search of a comprehensive singular source for the chemical makeups and cultivation of indigenous wild fruits and their many benefits to their native regions.
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In Seven Endless Forests, the gorgeous standalone companion to the critically acclaimed fantasy The Boneless Mercies, April Genevieve Tucholke spins a bold and blood-hungry retelling of the King Arthur legend that is perfect for fans of ...
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This book is a printed edition of the Special Issue "Selective Catalytic Reduction of NO<sub>x</sub>" that was published in Catalysts
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Living next door to each other, but never having met, two people come together for a day before fate separates them.
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This book has the potential to save your life.
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[Siren Everlasting Classic ManLove: Erotic Alternative Romance, M/M, HEA] Hank Vaught had a past, one that made him wary of relationships.
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This authoritative book is a comprehensive collection of research based, scientific validations of bioactivities of plant products, such as anti-infective, anti-diabetic, anti-cancer, immune-modulatory and metabolic disorders presented by ...
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360 pages, published by the Flame of Love Movement, this Diary was written by a humble woman named Elizabeth Kindelmann, who lived in Hungary from 1913 to 1985.