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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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Bad to the Bone, Roy Clinton

An evil band of outlaws move from town to town preying on the helpless. They target elderly people and single women. They have robbed and murdered with impunity. Towns are terrified. No one wants to go up against them.  That is just the situation that requires the Midnight Marauder. John Crudder tracks them down in

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Divorced, But Still Dad, Ken Gordon

In this impactful, forward-thinking book, Rev. Dr. Ken J. Gordon, Jr. shares faith principles for divorced fathers and places an emphasis on engaged co-parenting, which is critically important for children impacted by divorce. Dr. Gordon passionately, and honestly, speaks to fathers by sharing his personal spiritual journey, the lessons he learned about himself and his

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Roots and Wings, Alex Koster

The experience of childhood has changed dramatically over the last decades. Children and teenagers are presented with many exciting opportunities, but they also face new challenges and are often asked to meet impossible standards set by their peers and promoted by advertising and the media. Roots and Wings equips parents and educators to teach children

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The Language of Pain, Dr. Trevor Campbell

For people dealing with chronic pain, just getting through the day can be a trial. In many cases, your only treatment options are opioids and other analgesics and a puzzling choice of self-help options. But there’s a way to reduce your suffering that isn’t focused on drugs or expensive pain management programs.  In The Language of

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From Darkest Skies, Sam Peters

After a five year sabbatical following the tragic death of his wife and fellow agent Alysha, Keona Rause returns to the distant colony world of Magenta to resume service with the Magentan Intelligence Service. With him he brings an artificial recreation of his wife’s personality, a simulacrum built from every digital trace she left behind.

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Images, Lauri Broadbent

When Professor Michael Peterson learns he has a terminal brain tumor and is faced with no other viable options, he promises complete confidentially to undergo an experimental and highly secretive operation in brain cell grafting.  While recuperating, he begins to have flashes of fragmented images that have no connection to his life. He soon realizes

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How To Get Your S**t Together and Start Making Money, Peter Ruecker

At some point in life, we all need to get our shit together: stop partying, stop making excuses and set ourselves up for success. If you’re in a time of transition and want an honest, funny and effective guidebook for how to start making progress in your life, look no further. Peter Ruecker details his

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Toxic to Transformed 100 Words of Life to Renew the Mind, Donna L. Lewis

BREAK FREE! Does it sometimes feel like you’re trapped in a cage, pinned down by debilitating anxiety and depression? Have you been told you suffer from Complex PTSD?  There are few things people go through that can match the devastation of toxic narcissistic verbal and emotional abuse. It demolishes personal boundaries, self-worth and the ability to engage

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Running From Dust, Jess Whitby

Jude Craig is a level-headed teacher in a Yorkshire secondary school. Within a matter of days her professional and personal life is shattered by a series of strange events in her house. What starts with the sound of papers fluttering to the floor quickly escalates to her discovering that someone has been in the house

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The Hatching, Ezekiel Boone

Deep in the jungle of Peru, where so much remains unknown, a black, skittering mass devours an American tourist whole. Thousands of miles away, an FBI agent investigates a fatal plane crash in Minneapolis and makes a gruesome discovery. Unusual seismic patterns register in a Kanpur, India earthquake lab, confounding the scientists there. During the

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Darkness and Light, Annelies George

DARKNESS AND LIGHT is set five years after the brutal attack in Jessie’s apartment. From Miami to the Seychelles, the now married journalist continues her life journey. The metaphorical meaning of darkness and light are central themes throughout the story. Hatred, greed, betrayal, lies, the desire for power, far reaching jealousy, unconditional love, forgiveness and

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Bright Air Black, David Vann

In Bright Air Black, David Vann transports us to 13th century B.C. to give a nuanced and electric portrait of the life of one of ancient mythology’s most fascinating and notorious women, Medea. In brilliant poetic prose Bright Air Black brings us aboard the ship Argo for its epic return journey across the Black Sea

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Swimming Lessons, Claire Fuller

Ingrid Coleman writes letters to her husband, Gil, about the truth of their marriage, but instead of giving them to him, she hides them in the thousands of books he has collected over the years. When Ingrid has written her final letter she disappears from a Dorset beach, leaving behind her beautiful but dilapidated house

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Silence on the Plains, Ray Pairan

This anthology of short stories written by Ray Pairan is dystopian, raw, and full of passionate humanity. Environmental destruction and unrestrained corporatism that leads to a world of pain and suffering are offset with lusty tales that excite both physically and intellectually. Take the journey into the totally unexpected – a travel into a not

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