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  • Three Complete Xanth Novels: A Spell for Chameleon; The Source of Magic; Castle Roogna

    Piers Anthony

    Hardcover (Wings, Feb. 11, 1995)
    Combining the three volumes from the popular Xanth series, a collector's edition includes A Spell for Chameleon, The Source of Magic, and Castle Roogna.
  • Three Complete Novels: The Andromeda Strain, The Terminal Man, and The Great Train Robbery

    Michael Crichton

    Hardcover (Wings, March 1, 1993)
    Years before Jurassic Park, Michael Chrichton was known as The New York Times bestselling master of the techno-thriller. The three mesmerizing super-sellers in this collection--including his first novel, The Andromeda Strain--have sold well over 4 million copies and qualify as modern classics. Perfectly plotted stories that are fantastic, unbelievable and yet, somehow, very real, these novels pull the reader into bizarre situations full of spell-binding suspense, offering three great examples of the author's genius.
  • Mary Higgins Clark: Three Complete Novels: Where Are The Children; A Stranger Is Watching; The Cradle Will Fall

    Mary Higgins Clark

    Hardcover (Wings, Jan. 17, 1995)
    From the biggest, bestselling author writing today, queen of suspense and riveting terror, three bone-chilling novels. Includes The Cradle Will Fall, A Stranger is Watching, and Where are the Children? She's the world's leading mystery writer, and her millions of fans will be eagerly awaiting this new collection. 608 pages.
  • Mary Higgins Clark: Three Complete Novels: Weep No More, My Lady; Stillwatch; A Cry in the Night

    Mary Higgins Clark

    Hardcover (Wings, Dec. 23, 1991)
    The New York Times called her a "master of horror," and her harrowing, best-selling stories are chilling proof. First time together in a collection sure to shock, three national bestsellers: Weep No More My Lady, A Cry in the Night, and Stillwatch. Even the price is thrilling!
  • Indian Signals and Sign Language

    George Fronval

    Hardcover (Wings, July 1, 1991)
    Explains how to use the sign language and signals of the American Indians to communicate feelings and describe events
  • Greatest Story Ever Told

    Fulton Oursler

    Hardcover (Wings, Sept. 2, 1997)
    Presents one of the most enduring and best-selling international classics about the life of Jesus Christ, written to be historically and biblically accurate in terms of the stories of the events and people in the Gospels of the New Testament.
  • The Ultimate Hitchhiker's Guide

    Douglas Adams

    Hardcover (Wings, Jan. 17, 1996)
    This outrageous volume contains six zany, out-of-this-world adventure stories by this incomparable novelist. From the very first to the very latest—all best sellers—includes The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy; The Restaurant at the End of the Universe; Life, the Universe and Everything, So Long and Thanks for all the Fish; Young Zaphod Plays it Safe; and Mostly Harmless. 768 pages.
  • Jack Higgins: Three Complete Novels: The Eagle Has Landed; The Eagle Has Flown; Night of the Fox

    Jack Higgins

    Hardcover (Wings, April 23, 1994)
    A collection of three novels by the internationally acclaimed master of suspense features The Eagle Has Landed, The Eagle Has Flown, and The Night of the Fox.
  • Sidney Sheldon: Three Complete Novels : Bloodline; A Stranger in the Mirror; The Naked Face

    Sidney Sheldon

    Hardcover (Wings, Sept. 12, 1992)
    An expert at romantic intrigue, power ploys, and family feuds is in top form in three sensational, best-selling novels, Bloodline, A Stranger in the Mirror, and The Naked Face, brought together in one hardcover edition.
  • Roots: The Saga of an American Family

    Alex Haley

    Hardcover (Wings, Sept. 5, 2000)
    This "" (Newsweek magazine) begins with a birth in an African village in 1750, and ends two centuries later at a funeral in Arkansas. And in that time span, an unforgettable cast of men, women, and children come to life, many of them based on the people from Alex Haley's own family tree.When Alex Haley was a boy growing up in Tennessee, his grandmother used to tell him stories about their family, stories that went way back to a man she called "the African" who was taken aboard a slave ship bound for Colonial America. As an adult, Alex Haley spent twelve years searching for documentation that might authenticate what his grandmother had told him. In an astonishing feat of genealogical detective work, he discovered the name of "the African"--Kunta Kinte, as well as the exact location of the village in West Africa from where he was abducted in 1767.While Haley created certain unknown details of his family history, ROOTS is definitely based on the facts of his ancestry, and the six generations of people--slaves and freedmen, farmers and lawyers, an architect, teacher--and one acclaimed author--descended from Kunte Kinte. But with this book, Haley did more than recapture the history of his own family. He popularized genealogy for people of all races and colors; and in so doing, wrote one of the most important and beloved books of all time, a true Modern Classic.
  • The Heritage of Shannara Books One and Two: The Scions of Shannara, The Druid of Shannara

    Terry Brooks

    Hardcover (Wings, Aug. 29, 2006)
    Here together for the first time in one volume are the first two books in Terry Brooks’ enthralling epic, The Heritage of Shannara.Since the death of the Druid Allanon, the Four Lands have changed profoundly, with magic strictly forbidden in the Southland, now under totalitarian rule. In Book One, The Scions of Shannara, Par Ohmsford, descendant of the fabled Shea and possesor of the power of the Wishsong, accidentally brings a mythic horror to life, and a man calling himself Cogline drives it away. Cogline brings a message from Allanon: venture to the dread Hadeshorn, along with the other Scions of Shannara– Par, his brother Coll, Wren, and Walker Boh. On the way to the Hadeshorn, they must face the dangerous Shadowen. When they finally arrive, Allanon's spirit reveals a dangerous secret. In the future, all life in the Four Lands will be destroyed. To prevent this terrible fate, Allanon commands Par to recover the long-lost Sword of Shannara, a task that is next to impossible.Ancient evil forces remain in control of the Four Lands in The Druid of Shannara. To restore the Keep of the Druid Allanon, Walker Boh sets out on a journey to find the black Elfstone. After narrowly escaping death, he learns that the Elfstone lies in the hands of the Stone King. Now Walker Boh must venture into perilous, unknown lands with a strange band of fellow travelers that includes Morgan Leah, whose once-magic sword has been broken; Quickening, the daughter of the ancient King; and Pe Ell, an assassin who hatches his own dark, sinister plot. Can they capture the black Elfstone and restore peace to the Four Lands?