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All The Right Circles, John Russell

Jack Callahan is an outsider in his adopted hometown of Raleigh, North Carolina. A successful lawyer, he’s spent years trying to move in all the right circles. But with his literary mother in a sanitarium, his society marriage on the rocks, and his biggest client—Raleigh’s family-owned newspaper the Criterion—facing a hostile takeover, he’s beginning to

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The Arbonox Syndrome, Michael Spitzkoff

Disgraced journalist Lain Barker tries to revive both his career and family while investigating a conspiracy behind a deadly new illness. After finishing a story on a corrupt Senator, Lain is immersed in investigating this new virus. With an ailing father and a family dependent upon him, Lain begins searching for who or what is

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Red Rock Romance, Jane Colt

Cocheta ‘Cat’ White Eagle is a Native American archaeology grad student on a mission to prove the existence of her ancestral Lost Tribe. A vision tells her it’s somewhere high in the treacherous mountains of Sedona. The only problem is she’s afraid of heights! Trying to conquer her fear through pole dancing—of course—she attracts the

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Resistance, Revolution and Other Love Stories, K

In this wide-ranging collection of twelve short stories, a startling array of characters explore their perspectives on love. The stories sweep from sharp realism to heady allegory, haunting fables to sci-fi thrillers, starring teens and drifting husbands, futuristic automatons and talking dogs, gardeners and gatekeepers, a blind girl, a young father, and many more. In

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Whole Heart, Michelle Felix

This is an inspiring true story that proves darkness can lead to light, and joy is possible on the other side of pain. At once heartbreaking and joyously uplifting, “Whole Heart” is an unflinching portrait of one woman’s fight for self-discovery, opportunity, and hope. There is grace and possibility in even the bleakest places. A

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The Nuclear Winter, Brian Thompson

Eighth-grader Lucy Sandoval has no hope of reaching high school. Blindsided by a terminal cancer diagnosis, she resolves to spend her last moments with the father she never knew. But he disappeared years ago, and Lucy’s mother is tight-lipped about him and their shared past beyond his vague whereabouts. With no help and little to

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Rainbow of Emotions, Djehane Hassouna

Rainbow of Emotions is a culmination of Djehane’s life experiences. It is a map guiding the reader through the confusing labyrinth of life, unravelling the complicated pattern of her intricate journey through poetry. Djehane writes poems about nature, events, and feelings, about life as a whole. She expresses her hopes and fears, her triumphs and

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Little Lucy & Her Little White Lies, Leigha Huggins

Encourage honesty in your child! Why do children lie? To avoid getting in trouble, of course! Children need to feel comfortable and safe to tell their parents if they did something wrong, and it’s parents’ responsibility to ensure the trust is established, and that honesty is always rewarded. Little Lucy has a secret that she’s

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The Best Thing About Bennett, Irene Wittig

Forced into early retirement, Bennett Hall plans for a quiet, orderly, and anonymous existence. No longer will she be burdened by her dependent but unlovable aunt, or her own misperceived rejections. Unexpected encounters and a new job crack open her social isolation. The arrival of Joe Muir, an attractive widower, and his two adopted Ugandan

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Indestructible: The Hidden Gifts of Trauma, Krista Nerestant

Welcome to Krista Nerestant’s journey from the other side of the globe—the islands of the Philippines—to the United States of America. Indestructible is where she shares the hidden gifts of trauma that have empowered her to not only survive but also thrive in a life most would have given up on. Krista was a traumatized

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Courage of One: Conviction to Stand, Zola Blue

In ancient times on earth, there lived a race called Dragonors. Following in a tradition to gain status and recognition in the village, those able would compete in rigorous games of cunning and abilities. Tournaments culminated into a weapon battle to the death or submission while riding a dragon; at its end, the winner was

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Innate, Eric Carter

The monotonous final day of Chance’s 6th grade year erupts when soldiers storm his school. Before anybody can make sense of what’s going on, Chance finds his brother boarding a bus and leaving with the very troops that turned his school to chaos. The authorities claim everything is OK, and families shouldn’t worry. But Chance

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