While Borders disappeared with a whimper, it seems that Barnes & Noble isn't going to die without some drama. Former B&N CEO Demos Parneros has sued the bookselling chain for wrongful termination. His lawsuit alleges that B&N was nearly sold to another corporate bookstore chain this summer. B&N, meanwhile, alleges that Parneros engaged in "sexual harassment, bullying behavior and other violations of company policies." If you want to read more, Shelf Awareness this morning published a great account of the ugliness on both sides. This story isn't going to get any prettier as B&N continues to circle the drain.