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Baccara
by Hector Malot
Bachelor's Dream, A
by Margaret Wolfe Hungerford
Bachelors, The
A Novel
by William Dana Orcutt
Bacillus of Beauty, The
A Romance of Today
by Harriet Stark
Back Again to Paris
by Jacques Casanova de Seingalt
Back Home
by Eugene Wood
Back To Billabong
by Mary Grant Bruce
Back to Julie
by Richard Wilson
Back to Methuselah
A Metabiologigal Pentateuch
by George Bernard Shaw
Back to the Woods
The Story of a Fall from Grace
by Hugh McHugh
Backlash
by Winston K. Marks
Backlog Studies
by Charles Dudley Warner
Backwash of War, The
The Human Wreckage of the Battlefield as Witnessed by an American Hospital Nurse
by Ellen Newbold la Motte
Backwoods of Canada, The
being letters from the wife of an emigrant officer, illustrative of the domestic economy of British America
by Catherine Parr Traill
Backwoodsmen, The
by Charles G.D. Roberts

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Author of the Day

Graceley Knox & D.D. Miers
USA Today bestselling authors, Graceley Knox and D.D. Miers may be long-lost sisters, but their moms continue to deny it. They are most definitely the co-writers of the Kresova Vampire Harem series, as well as a multitude of other upcoming projects they can't wait to share with readers. Together they tend to share the same brain, finish each other's thoughts, laugh way too hard at inappropriate comments, drink enough coffee to qualify for an intervention, and talk about their fur babies. As our Authors ot the Day, they talk about their latest book, Girl Bitten, reveal what it takes to co-write books, explain what they do with new ideas and much more.
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