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Dove Keeper, Emily Deibler

Some doors are best left closed. 1918. World War I. Rennes, France. Thirteen-year-old Marcy, the executioner’s overprotected daughter, desperately craves companionship and latches onto the first person she meets after her home life becomes maddening. But when Marcy visits her mysterious friend’s manor and curiosity takes over, what terrible secrets will she discover, and can

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Tomorrow’s Promise, Deborah Dearth

When Liv and Jake met, it was a case of an immovable object meeting an irresistible force. The immovable object, Jake, a less than attractive business mogul who is self-conscious about his physical ailments resulting from an automobile accident. The irresistible force, Liv, a beautiful yet fiery actress who quits a lucrative role on a

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How to Calm the Hell Down and Be Happy, Ilene Angel

Is stress keeping you up at night? Do you want to be calmer, but don’t know where to begin? Do you contemplate trying yoga and meditation while your inner voice is saying, “Never gonna happen?” Then How to Calm the Hell Down and Be Happy is for you. For the skeptic who wouldn’t be caught

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Tenacity, Ron Coury

Tenacity chronicles the evolution of entrepreneur Ron Coury, a major business figure in Las Vegas, Nevada and the surrounding western states.  As Coury, a former U.S. Marine, climbed the ladder toward his success, he faced a barrage of constraints including political and police corruption, bribery, coercion and even death threats. Along the way, he also had

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Make Your Bones, L.D. Bloodworth

Wren Bouchard triggered a madman when she escaped her mafia boyfriend, Aidan Luciano. To free herself, she triggers a chain of events that leads to Aidan’s imprisonment and forces her into a life on the run. No matter how far she runs, she can’t outrun the threat of Aidan’s revenge. Now a tutor in Colorado,

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The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, Stieg Larsson

Forty years ago, Harriet Vanger disappeared from a family gathering on the island owned and inhabited by the powerful Vanger clan. Her body was never found, yet her uncle is convinced it was murder – and that the killer is a member of his own tightly knit but dysfunctional family. He employs disgraced financial journalist

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The Suffering, Dan Mayer

Twenty-year-old Billy Johnson is afflicted by the hollowness. All reason is lost when it has him in its grip, pushing him towards acts of unspeakable cruelty. When a hiking accident leaves him injured on an isolated mountain, facing imminent death, Billy looks for meaning in his tragic life. The hollowness, a malevolent force that consumes

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Paul Michael Peters: The Complete Collection of Short Stories, Paul Michael Peters

Tales that are perfect for coffee breaks – but beware; like chocolate, they lure the reader into just one more. Paul Michael Peters has created a magical collection of stories that help the reader look at the day from a different perspective. This is a collection that once you start you can’t put down. Stories are

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Juliet Must Die, Steve Powell

Love or revenge, which would you choose? With a bright career ahead of her, math prodigy Juliet Capulet meets a stranger named Romeo while on an island getaway. Their budding relationship seems harmless, but his girlfriend, wealthy socialite Tera Paris, is none too happy about it. And back in the states when their relationship fails to

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Summer’s Complaint, Laura Kieger

Familial Adenomatous Polyposis, or FAP, accounts for roughly 1 percent of hereditary colorectal cancer and carries an extremely high lifetime risk of colon cancer and elevated risks for other exceedingly rare cancers. It is an autosomal dominant condition caused by germline mutations in the adenomatous polyposis coli (APC) gene. By the age of fifty, nearly

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The Hidden and the Maiden, Eben Mishkin

A wizard’s failed apprentice and a self-doubting medium embark on a race against time in Eben Mishkin’s fantastical debut, The Hidden and the Maiden. The unsociable James Rathbone, once student to the last wizard, is forced into action when his dead master’s secret elixir is stolen. Con artist Kenton Dean uses the elixir to release the

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The Gift of the Quoxxel, Richard Titus

What would you do if you were the monarch of aperfect, tropical paradise without a care in theworld? Well, King Norr would like to leave, andalways has. “Where else but Nibb?” his subjects wouldcontend. Venturing away from Nibb was only inviting misery and “haddock.” Nevertheless, the King was intent to experiencethe world beyond his shores and

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Organizational Happiness, Lars Kure Juul

This book gives you a recipe for creating a unique com-petitive advantage and sustainable success by guiding you through the three pillars for organizational happiness—purpose, strengths, and compassion—and finding your Organizational Happiness Sweet Spot.It also outlines the evidence for how organizational happiness and great employee engagement boost business, and introduces you to the Motivational Landscape

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Gone Girl, Gillian Flynn

On a warm summer morning in North Carthage, Missouri, it is Nick and Amy Dunne’s fifth wedding anniversary. Presents are being wrapped and reservations are being made when Nick’s clever and beautiful wife disappears from their rented McMansion on the Mississippi River. Husband-of-the-Year Nick isn’t doing himself any favors with cringe-worthy daydreams about the slope and shape of

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Life in the Hollywood Lane, Ann Crawford

Trish, an LA actor, is bereft with guilt after her best friend commits suicide. Glamorous yet tough-as-nails Hollywood is Trish’s backdrop and a reflection of her life as she stumbles on through an actor’s life of casting calls and premieres, rejection and acceptance. Slowly Trish releases the idea of how her life should be and

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City of Bones, Cassandra Clare

When fifteen-year-old Clary Fray heads out to the Pandemonium Club in New York City, she hardly expects to witness a murder― much less a murder committed by three teenagers covered with strange tattoos and brandishing bizarre weapons. Then the body disappears into thin air. It’s hard to call the police when the murderers are invisible

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Freedom for Me, Stacie Haas

As the Civil War rages, fifteen-year-old Thomas Beck longs to fight for his country. He’s underage, but his brother, Robert, claims there’s another reason he can’t fight: there’s no such thing as a Chinese Yankee. Assumed a slave because of his odd appearance–including his traditional Chinese queue (long braid)–Thomas soon discovers that giving battle with

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Technicolor Dreamin’ in Her Own Fashion, Karen Moller

“In Technicolour Dreamin’, Karen Moller has given us a personal and critical history of the counter-culture, from beatnik San Francisco and New York, to hippie Paris and London, to Fluxus, to the feminist and fashion revolutions, to the aftermath of it all. This is a delightful memoir by an artist and designer who has seen

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